Jagdschmuck. To my American ears, that word sounds like an awful insult. Can’t you just hear it? “Ugh, she’s such a Jagdschmuck!” But the word in German describes the long tradition of setting small hunting trophies such as the teeth, antler, or tusk of certain legally hunted animals into jewelry which is then worn by the hunter or her/his loved ones as a talisman for good luck.
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