Example #8493 of how i can't spell in even my native language "quite" instead of quiet xP
So, I understand that this is a cognate of "Ruhig" of German, so what are the words for "Leise" and "Still"?
maybe it means that if you are calm, you are rusty ^^ well, or they are the opposite of "restless"
(no "Wer rastet, der rostet" reference neccessarily intended, but rather because it sounds and reads like "rusty")
but yes, it contains "rest" (not as in "remnant", but.. pause)
and so "rustical" might want to indicate introvertedness
instead of again giving any unqualified comments such as "Die rostigen Jungens LaZeRn 'nen Bock."
yikes.. I just did, though -.-
(would be counterproductive if they rusted and also if they don't put the gun to non-vaporize, respectively if they caused the wool to regrow worse... weaker... and less)
Okay , completely missed that this is a cognate of Ruhig. I read it as Rustic, or rural; and, rural ain't necessarily quiet.
"jong" is the base word of young, and you add -e to form "jonge" as in " de jonge kinderen" for the young children
whereby "jongen" is a word for boy, and as @chingwa mentioned, you add -s as in "jongens" for boys