Language is fun.

English: I am thirsty

Fr/Sp: I have thirst

Gaelic (h/t @kiki_d): Thirst is on me

Hindi: To me, thirst is coming


@anarchiv @SallyStrange @kiki_d re: Greek, something like that also exists in Spanish: "estoy sediento".

@okf @SallyStrange @kiki_d as for German, the more old-fashioned form is thirsting (dürsten), while the modern variant is "having thirst" (Durst haben)

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