What is the difference between 'mellom' and 'blant'? The same as between 'between' and 'among' (two things vs. many things)?
If yes, shouldn't 'blant' be accepted here, meaning that the 'us' in the sentence means more then two people?
That I imagine, would confuse some people i.e. me lol. He is between us, and he's among us, to me are two different sentences all together. Among would imply a group, where as between is normally found, well... Between two things lol.
When I come across a new word I find it useful to notice some link with an english word or known word from another language.. But this word Mellon has floored me. Can anyone think of a link or useful association here?