Hans gets a little startle.

Before the word had gotten its current meaning, “Nazi” was the diminutive of the name Ignatz, the Bavarian/Austrian form of the name Ignatius. Nazi was also found in German literature and slang to refer to an uneducated country bumpkin. German members of the NSDAP did not typically refer to themselves as Nazis, but Germans abroad popularized the term and it caught on fairly quickly. 

koa Problem, Bua! — No problem, kiddo! (in Hochdeutsch: kein Problem, Bubi!)

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