How do you say " I love nursing" in your language?

  1. hi there from the usa....i was interested in making a flyer for a nursing project and thought it might be nice to indicate how much nurses appreciate each other...if anyone is interested, please let me know how to say ( and spell) " i love being a nurse", in your language.....thanks!
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  3. by   Diana in Sweden
    jag lskar att vara en sjukskterska

    literaly "I love to be a nurse"
    HUGS
  4. by   tattooednursie
    Usually when I say "Take this job and shove it." I mean I love being a CNA. lol
  5. by   mother/babyRN
    Now now, lets keep this going, although there are nights when I know how you feel.....Thanks Diana in Sweden! Now if I can only pronounce it!
  6. by   Diana in Sweden
    well it is for a flyer right? it could be fun for those receiving it to try
    we should be able to get some languages together .. we know we have japanese don't we .. what else is out there ? surely spanish, french....etc.... there must be more people than me that use more than one language??

    HUGS :kiss
  7. by   tattooednursie
    I know some sign language, but that will be too hard to post.

    I just spelled it out with my hands for you
  8. by   jnette
    Ich liebe Krankenpflege !
  9. by   mother/babyRN
    Thankyou1...More ! More! Thanks for the cheer leading Diana!
  10. by   Diana in Sweden
    was that german jnette? or dutch maybe ?

    anytime mother/babyRN
  11. by   jnette
    Originally posted by Diana in Sweden
    was that german jnette? or dutch maybe ?

    anytime mother/babyRN
    German, Diane. Or you could say "Krankenpflege gefaellt mir.." or "Ich mag Pflegedienst"...
  12. by   Diana in Sweden
    thanks jnette "kranken" is sick right? .. cool to know what language it is...
    mother/baby... if you like I could research into our nordic languages .. I don't speak them though so that might be concidered cheating
  13. by   jnette
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Diana in Sweden
    [B]thanks jnette "kranken" is sick right? .. cool to know what language it is...

    Yes.."krank" means sick "kranken" means "the sick" (plural)..."Pflege" means care... ergo "care of the sick" ! So the term "nurse" is "carer of the sick"... or "one who provides care to the sick".
  14. by   jnette
    Another term for "nurse" is "Krankenschwester"... translated "sister to the ill/sick"...don't care for that much.. reminds me of the dark ages. ... summons images of old women in those long, white uniforms, all strict and cranky...

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