American English: windshield splatterI think that you get a good sense of the nature of the people in a country from their word for butterfly.
Butterfly is quirky and sweet, like Brits.
Papillon and mariposa are romantic. Like the French and Spanish.
Farfalla is spoiled by its association with pasta, like everything Italian.
Féileacán is no nonsense, like the Irish.
The Hawai’ian pōpō liʻiliʻi is full of joy.
And then there is schmetterling.
I don't think you will see many butterflies out and about in the winter. Brass monkey weather.Norwegian: sommerfugl. Literally, bird of summer. A little deeper research suggests that they support polymorphism, which may make somebody around here happy.