Yes, kind of, German smurfish or french schtroumpfing consist in replacing some words in a sentence by "schlumpf" (in German) or "schtroumpf" (in French).
This is an universal semantic rule that can be applied to any language (even non existing languages).
In English, for instance, you would replace words with "smurf".
But careful, not every word can be replaced!
Mascha's sentence was just perfect.
Here is another perfect example:
"Mascha's smurf was just smurf".