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African Black Crake Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Mohrensumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
African Black Crake
Kielrallen {pl} (Amaurornis) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Braunbauchkielralle {f} (Amaurornis akool)
Isabellkielralle {f} (Amaurornis isabellina)
Malegassensumpfhuhn {n} (Amaurornis olivieri)
Mohrenralle {f}; Mohrensumpfhuhn {n} (Amaurornis flavirostra)
Philippinenkielralle {f} (Amaurornis olivacea)
Rotsteiß-Kielralle {f} (Amaurornis moluccana)
Talaud-Kielralle {f}; Karakelong-Kielralle {f} (Amaurornis magnirostris)
Weißbrustkielralle {f} (Amaurornis phoenicurus)
Zweifarbenkielralle {f}; Zweifarben-Sumpfhuhn {f} (Amaurornis bicolor)
amaurornis birds (zoological genus)
brown bushhen waterhen swamphen; brown crake; crimson-legged crake
Isabelline bushhen waterhen; Celebes bushhen waterhen moorhen swamphen; Sulawesi waterhen
Oliver's rail; Olivier's crake; Sakalava rail
African black crake; black crake; black rail; black waterhen
plain bushhen
Moluccan rufous-tailed moorhen; rufous-vented rail; rufous-tailed bushhen waterhen moorhen; rufous-vented bushhen; pale-vented bushhen; Eastern bushhen
Talaud bushhen
white-breasted bushhen; white-breasted waterhen; white-breasted swamphen
black-tailed crake; rufous-backed crake; Elwes' crake
Kielrallen {pl} (Amaurornis) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Braunbauchkielralle {f} (Amaurornis akool)
Isabellkielralle {f} (Amaurornis isabellina)
Malegassensumpfhuhn {n} (Amaurornis olivieri)
Mohrenralle {f}; Mohrensumpfhuhn {n} (Amaurornis flavirostra)
Philippinenkielralle {f} (Amaurornis olivacea)
Rotsteiß-Kielralle {f} (Amaurornis moluccana)
Talaud-Kielralle {f}; Karakelong-Kielralle {f} (Amaurornis magnirostris)
Weißbrustkielralle {f} (Amaurornis phoenicurus)
Zweifarbenkielralle {f}; Zweifarben-Sumpfhuhn {f} (Amaurornis bicolor)
amaurornis birds (zoological genus)
brown bushhen waterhen swamphen; brown crake; crimson-legged crake
Isabelline bushhen waterhen; Celebes bushhen waterhen moorhen swamphen; Sulawesi waterhen
Oliver's rail; Olivier's crake; Sakalava rail
African black crake; black crake; black rail; black waterhen
plain bushhen
Moluccan rufous-tailed moorhen; rufous-vented rail; rufous-tailed bushhen waterhen moorhen; rufous-vented bushhen; pale-vented bushhen; Eastern bushhen
Talaud bushhen
white-breasted bushhen; white-breasted waterhen; white-breasted swamphen
black-tailed crake; rufous-backed crake; Elwes' crake
Mohrensumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
African Black Crake
Steppensumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
African Crake
Steppensumpfhuhn {n} (Crex egregia) [ornith.]
African crake
Ugallaralle {f} [ornith.]
African Chestnut-headed Crake
Afrikaner {m}, Afrikanerin {f} [geogr.]
Afrikaner {pl}, Afrikanerinnen {pl}
African, Black African
Africans
Afrikaner {m}; Afrikanerin {f} [soc.]
Afrikaner {pl}; Afrikanerinnen {pl}
African; Black African
Africans
Streifenbauchralle {f} [ornith.]
black-banded crake
Schieferralle {f} [ornith.]
American Black Crake
Schwarzer Austernfischer {m} [ornith.]
African black oystercatcher
Schwarzente {f} [ornith.]
African Black Duck
Kapsegler {m} [ornith.]
African black swift
Glanzdrongoschnäpper {m} [ornith.]
South-African black flycatcher
Mohrenraupenfresser {m} [ornith.]
African Black Cuckoo Shrike
Maskenpirol {m} [ornith.]
African black-headed oriole
Schwarzkopf-Bartvogel {m} [ornith.]
African black-throated barbet
Glanzdrongoschnäpper {m} [ornith.]
South African Black Flycatcher
Homeland {n} (Stammesgebiete der Schwarzen in Südafrika während der Apartheid) [hist.]
black African homeland; bantustan (South Africa)
Maroons {pl} (geflohene schwarzafrikanische Sklaven und ihre Nachfahren in Westindien und Amerika) [soc.]
Maroons (escaped Black African slaves in the West Indies and America)
Rußschwarz {n} (Farbe)
soot black; smoke black; chimney black; vegetable black; lamp black (colour)
schwarz {adj}
schwärzer
am schwärzesten
schwarz wie die Nacht
metallic-schwarz
schwarz in Schwarz gekleidet sein {vi}
black
blacker
blackest
black as coal
sparkle black
to be dressed clothed in black
Afroamerikaner {m}; Afroamerikanerin {f}
Afroamerikaner {pl}; Afroamerikanerinnen {pl}
African-American
African-Americans
Afroamerikaner {m}, Afroamerikanerin {f}
Afroamerikaner {pl}, Afroamerikanerinnen {pl}
African-American
African-Americans
kohlrabenschwarz {adj}
jet-black; raven black; coal black
Schwarzwandreifen {m}
Schwarzwandreifen {pl}
black wall tyre; black wall tire [Am.]
black wall tyres; black wall tires
Schwarzmarkt {m}
Schwarzmärkte {pl}
auf dem Schwarzmarkt kaufen, schwarz kaufen
auf dem Schwarzmarkt kosten, schwarz kosten
black market
black markets
to buy on the black market
to cost on the black market
Schwarzmarkt {m}
Schwarzmärkte {pl}
auf dem Schwarzmarkt kaufen; schwarz kaufen
auf dem Schwarzmarkt kosten; schwarz kosten
black market
black markets
to buy on the black market
to cost on the black market
Paradiesschnäpper {pl} (Terpsiphone) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Silber-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Japan-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Stahl-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Bedford-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Maskarenen-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Zimt-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Seychellen-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Kobalt-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Blaumantel-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Rotbrust-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Hain-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Senegal-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Roststeiß-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
Graubrust-Paradiesschnäpper {m}
paradise-flycatchers (zoological genus)
Rowley's flycatcher
black paradise-flycatcher
sao thome paradise-flycatcher
Bedford's paradise-flycatcher
mascarene paradise-flycatcher
rufous paradise-flycatcher
seychelles paradise-flycatcher
blue paradise-flycatcher
cape crested flycatcher
Madagascar paradise-flycatcher
asiatic paradise-flycatcher
red-bellied paradise-flycatcher
rufous-vented paradise-flycatcher
African paradise-flycatcher
Sumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
crake
Kleines Sumpfhuhn {n} (Porzana parva) [ornith.]
little crake
Schwarz-Weiß-Malerei {f} [übtr.]
black and white thinking; seeing things in black and white; speaking in black and white terms
Carolinasumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
sora crake
Tüpfelsumpfhuhn {n} (Porzana porzana) [ornith.]
spotted crake
Rubinralle {f} [ornith.]
Ruddy Crake
Kolumbiensumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
columbian crake
Südsee-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Sooty Crake
Hinduralle {f} [ornith.]
Banded Crake
Graukehl-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Striped Crake
Zwergsumpfhuhn {n} (Porzana pusilla) [ornith.]
Baillon's crake
Einfarbralle {f} [ornith.]
uniform crake
Zweifarben-Kielralle {f} [ornith.]
Elwes' Crake
Schomburgkralle {f} [ornith.]
ocellated crake
Darwinralle {f} [ornith.]
Darwin's crake
Braunbauch-Kielralle {f} [ornith.]
Brown Crake
Hovaralle {f} [ornith.]
Madagascar crake
Lemurenralle {f} [ornith.]
Waters' Crake
Rappe {m} [zool.]
Rappen {pl}
auf Schusters Rappen [ugs.]
black horse
black horses
by shank's mare; by shanks's pony
Affenbrotbäume (Adansonia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Afrikanischer Affenbrotbaum (Adansonia digitata)
monkey-bread trees; upside-down trees; bottle trees; baobab (botanical genus)
African monkey-bread tree; African baobab; cream of tartar tree
Spiegelralle {f} [ornith.]
white-winged crake
Tuamotusumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Henderson Island Crake
Kleines Sumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Little Crake (Porzana parva)
Rotgesichtralle {f} [ornith.]
rufous-faced crake
Rotbrustralle {f} [ornith.]
Red-chested Crake
Perlenralle {f} [ornith.]
White-spotted Crake
Venezuelaralle {f} [ornith.]
rusty-flanked crake
Rothalsralle {f} [ornith.]
rufous-sided crake
Flußsumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Australian Spotted Crake
Fleckensumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Dot-winged Crake
Streifenralle {f} [ornith.]
Chestnut-tailed Crake
Zimtsumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Ruddy-breasted Crake
Andamanenralle {f} [ornith.]
andaman banded crake
Gelbbrust-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Yellow-breasted Crake
Boehmralle {f} [ornith.]
Streaky-breasted Crake
Goldschnabel-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Paint-billed Crake
Tropfenralle {f} [ornith.]
Buff-spotted Crake
Weißkehlralle {f} [ornith.]
white-throated crake
Weißbrustralle {f} [ornith.]
Red & White Crake
Indioralle {f} [ornith.]
russet-crowned crake
Amazonasralle {f} [ornith.]
Grey-breasted Crake
Dreifarbenralle {f} [ornith.]
red-necked crake
Mandarinsumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
band-bellied crake
Malaienralle {f} [ornith.]
red-legged crake
Rotmaskenralle {f} [ornith.]
chestnut-headed crake
Wachtelkönig {m}; Wiesenralle {f}; Wiesenknarrer {m} (Crex crex) [ornith.]
corn crake; landrail
tiefschwarz {adj}
deep black; jet-black; ebony; ebon
Zwergsumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Baillon's Crake (Porzana pusilla)
Zeisige {pl} (Carduelis) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Alpenbirkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis cabaret)
Andenzeisig {m} (Carduelis spinescens)
Bartzeisig {m} (Carduelis barbata)
Birkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis flammea)
Dickschnabelzeisig {m} (Carduelis crassirostris)
Erlenzeisig {m} (Carduelis spinus)
Fichtenzeisig {m} (Carduelis pinus)
Gelbbauchzeisig {m} (Carduelis xanthogastra)
Goldzeisig {m} (Carduelis tristis)
Guatemalazeisig {m} (Carduelis atriceps)
Haitizeisig {m} (Carduelis dominicensis)
Kapuzenzeisig {m} (Carduelis cucullata)
Kordillerenzeisig {m} (Carduelis uropygialis)
Magellanzeisig {m} (Carduelis magellanica)
Maskenzeisig {m} (Carduelis lawrencei)
Mexikanerzeisig {m}; Mexikozeisig {m} (Carduelis psaltria)
Olivzeisig {m} (Carduelis olivacea)
Polarbirkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis hornemanni)
Safranzeisig {m} (Carduelis siemiradzkii)
Schwarzbrustzeisig {m} (Carduelis notata)
Schwarzzeisig {m} (Carduelis atrata)
Taiga-Birkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis flammea flammea)
Yarrellzeisig {m} (Carduelis yarrellii)
siskins; linnets; goldfinches; greenfinches; redpolls (zoological genus)
lesser redpoll
andean siskin
black-chinned siskin
common redpoll
thick-billed siskin
Eurasian siskin
pine siskin
yellow-bellied siskin
American goldfinch
black-capped siskin
antillean siskin
red siskin
yellow-rumped siskin
hooded siskin
Lawrence's goldfinch
dark-backed goldfinch
olivaceous siskin
Arctic redpoll
saffron siskin
black-headed siskin
black siskin
mealy redpoll
yellow-faced siskin
schwarz {adj}
schwärzer
am schwärzesten
schwarz wie die Nacht
black
blacker
blackest
black as coal
schwarzhaarig {adj}
black-headed; black-haired; melanotrichous
Schwarzfärbung {f}
black colouration [Br.]; black coloration
Schwarzerde {f}; Tschernosem
chernozem; black soil; black earth
Spitzmaulnashorn {n} [zool.]
Spitzmaulnashörner {pl}
black rhinoceros
black rhinoceroses
Schwarzhändler {m}; Schwarzhändlerin {f}
Schwarzhändler {pl}; Schwarzhändlerinnen {pl}
black marketeer
black marketeers
Streifenbrasse {f} [zool.]
Streifenbrassen {pl}
Black seabream
Black seabreams
Weißbartgnu {n}, Weißschwanzgnu {n} [zool.]
Weißbartgnus {pl}, Weißschwanzgnus {pl}
black wildebeest
black wildebeests
Schwarzpappel {f} (Populus nigra) [bot.]
Schwarzpappeln {pl}
black poplar
black poplars
Schwarzwurzel {f} [bot.] [cook.]
Schwarzwurzeln {pl}
black salsify
black salsifies
Trauerrand {m}
Trauerränder {pl}
black border
black borders
Trauerschleier {m}
Trauerschleier {pl}
black veil
black veils
Schwarzhändler {m}, Schwarzhändlerin {f}
Schwarzhändler {pl}, Schwarzhändlerinnen {pl}
black marketeer
black marketeers
Weißbartgnu {n}; Weißschwanzgnu {n} [zool.]
Weißbartgnus {pl}; Weißschwanzgnus {pl}
black wildebeest
black wildebeests
Schwarzblech {n}
Schwarzbleche {pl}
black plate
black plates
Süßkirsche {f} [bot.] [cook.]
Süßkirschen {pl}
black cherry
black cherries
Trauerbinde {f}
Trauerbinden {pl}
black armband
black armbands
Schwarzer Tod [hist.]
Black Death; Black Plague
Schwarze {m f}; Schwarzer
Schwarzen {pl}; Schwarze
black; black person
blacks
Trauben-Silberkerze {f}; Schwarze Schlangenwurzel (Actaea racemosa) [bot.]
black cohosh; black snakeroot
Schwarzbuch {n}
Schwarzbücher {pl}
black book
black books
Abbrand {m} (Koks)
black ends black butts
Schwarze {m f} , Schwarzer
Schwarzen {pl}, Schwarze
black, black person
blacks
Pittas {pl} (Pittidae) (zoologische Familie) [ornith.]
Graubrust-Ameisenpitta {m}
Bartstreif-Ameisenpitta {m}
Strichelkopf-Ameisenpitta {m}
Olivrücken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Blakeameisenpitta {m}
Blaßschnabel-Ameisenpitta {m}
Tachiraameisenpitta {m}
Rostkehl-Ameisenpitta {m}
Weißkehl-Ameisenpitta {m}
Kastanienameisenpitta {m}
Rotohr-Ameisenpitta {m}
Großameisenpitta {m}
Riesenameisenpitta {m}
Graunacken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Schuppenkopf-Ameisenpitta {m}
Braunrücken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Rotrücken-Ameisenpitta {m}
Bandameisenpitta {m}
Rotkopf-Ameisenpitta {m}
Punaameisenpitta {m}
Bergameisenpitta {m}
Rostkappen-Ameisenpitta {m}
Zweifarben-Ameisenpitta {m}
Einfarb-Ameisenpitta {m}
Schuppenbauch-Ameisenpitta {m}
Königsameisenpitta {m}
Watkinsameisenpitta {m}
Salomonenpitta {m}
Angolapitta {m} (Pitta angolensis)
Rotkopfpitta {m} (Pitta arcuata)
Rotrückenpitta {m} (Pitta baudii)
Bengalenpitta {m}; Neunfarbenpitta {m} (Pitta brachyura)
Riesenpitta {m} (Pitta caerulea)
Blaupitta {m} (Pitta cyanea)
Schmuckpitta {m} (Pitta elegans)
Elliotpitta {m}
Rotbauchpitta {m} (Pitta erythrogaster)
Granatpitta {m} (Pitta granatina)
Blauschwanzpitta {m}
Goldkehlpitta {m} (Pitta gurneyi)
Regenbogenpitta {m} (Pitta iris)
Luzonpitta {m}
Halmaherapitta {m}
Blauflügelpitta {m} (Pitta moluccensis)
Blaunackenpitta {m} (Pitta nipalensis)
Nymphenpitta {m} (Pitta nympha)
Braunkopfpitta {m} (Pitta oatesi)
Sichelpitta {m}
Grünbrustpitta {m} (Pitta reichenowi)
Schneiderpitta {m} (Pitta schneideri)
Kappenpitta {m} (Pitta sordida)
Blaubürzelpitta {m} (Pitta soror)
Blaubauchpitta {m} (Pitta steerii)
Mohrenpitta {m}
Schwarzscheitelpitta {m}
Lärmpitta {m} (Pitta versicolor)
pittas (zoological family)
white-throated antpitta
moustached antpitta
stripe-headed antpitta
santa marta antpitta
chestnut antpitta
pale-billed antpitta
tachira antpitta
ochre-striped antpitta
elusive antpitta
chestnut-brown antpitta
rufous-faced antpitta
great antpitta
giant antpitta
grey-naped antpitta
scaled antpitta
plain-backed antpitta
bay-backed antpitta
brown-banded antpitta
chestnut-naped antpitta
puna antpitta
tawny antpitta
chestnut-crowned antpitta
bicoloured antpitta
rufous antpitta
undulated antpitta
variegated antpitta
Watkin's antpitta
black-faced pitta
African pitta
blue-banded pitta
blue-headed pitta
blue-winged pitta
giant pitta
blue pitta
elegant pitta
Elliot's pitta
red-breasted pitta
garnet pitta
blue-tailed pitta
Gurney's pitta
rainbow pitta
Koch's pitta
great pitta
blue-winged pitta; moluccan pitta
blue-naped pitta
fairy pitta
fulvous pitta
Phayre's pitta
green-breasted pitta
Schneider's pitta
hooded pitta
blue-backed pitta
Steere's pitta
superb pitta
black-crowned garnet pitta
noisy pitta
Unfallschwerpunkt {m}
Unfallschwerpunkte {pl}
accident hotspot; black spot; accident black spot
accident hotspots; black spots; accident black spots
Entstördiode {f}; Entstörer {m} (TV)
Entstördioden {pl}; Entstörer {pl}
interference inverter; black spotter (TV)
interference inverters; black spotters
Flugschreiber {m} [aviat.]
Flugschreiber {pl}
flight recorder; Black Box [coll.]
flight recorders; Black Boxes
afrikanisch
African
Afrikaner
african
afrikanisch {adj} [geogr.]
African
Schwarzmarktwert {m}
Schwarzmarktwerte {pl}
mit einem Schwarzmarktwert von 12 Mio.
black market value
black market values
with a black market value of 12m
Graubauch-Mausspecht {m} [ornith.]
African Piculet
Afrikanischer Baumfalke {m} [ornith.]
African Hobby
Afrik. Wiedehopf {m} [ornith.]
African hoopoe
Zwergsperber {m} [ornith.]
African little sparrowhawk
Afrikahabicht {m} [ornith.]
African goshawk
Wachtelastrild {m} [ornith.]
African quailfinch
Afrikanische Union {f} [pol.]
African Union
Afrikanistik {f}
African studies
Afrikanischer Löffler {m} [ornith.]
African spoonbill
Afrikanischer Silberschnabel {m} [ornith.]
African silverbill
Afrikanischer Schlangenhalsvogel {m} [ornith.]
African darter
Kapbreitrachen {n} [ornith.]
African Broadbill
Afrikanerkuckuck {m} [ornith.]
African Cuckoo
nordafrikanisch {adj}
North African
Afrikanischer Scherenschnabel {m} [ornith.]
African Skimmer
ein afrikanischer Stamm
an African tribe
Blaustirn-Blatthühnchen {n} [ornith.]
African jacana
Afrikanische Bekassine {f} [ornith.]
African Snipe
Südafrikaner {m}, Südafrikanerin {f} [geogr.]
South African
südafrikanisch {adj} [geogr.]
South African
Angolapitta [ornith.]
African Pitta
Nachtschatten {pl} (Solanum) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Carolina-Nachtschatten; Pferdenessel (Solanum carolinense)
schwarzer Nachtschatten (Solanum nigrum)
bittersüßer Nachtschatten; Bittersüß; Waldnachtschatten Wasserranke; Saurebe; Mäuseholz; Natternholz (Solanum dulcamara)
zierlicher Nachtschatten; gänsefußblättriger Nachtschatten (Solanum chenopodioides)
nightshades; horsenettles (botanical genus)
Carolina horsenettle; horsenettle
black nightshade; European black nighshade; small-fruited black nightshade; garden nightshade; duscle; petty morel; wonder berry
bittersweet nightshade; bitter nightshade; climbing trailing woody snakeberry nightshade; trailing bittersweet; bittersweet; blue bindweed; scarlet berry; fellenwort; felonwood; poisonberry; poisonflower
tall nightshade
Schabrackenschakal {m} [zool.]
Schabrackenschakale {pl}
Black-backed jackal (canis mesomelas)
Black-backed jackals
Gleitaar {m} [ornith.]
Black-shouldered Kite (Elanus caeruleus), black-winged kite
Kongo-Wasserfarn {m} [bot.] (Bolbitis heudelotii)
African water fern
Graurückendommel {f} [ornith.]
African dwarf bittern
Afrikanischer Messerfisch {m} (Xenomystus nigri) [zool.]
African knife fish
Kuckucksweih {m} [ornith.]
African cuckoo hawk
Südafrikanischer Stelzenläufer {m} [ornith.]
South African Stilt
Afrikanischer Wildesel {m} [zool.]
African wild ass
Natalzwergfischer {m} [ornith.]
African Pygmy Kingfisher
Mangroveliest [ornith.]
African Mangrove Kingfisher
Kapkauz {m} [ornith.]
African Barred Owlet
Afrikanischer Waldkauz {m} [ornith.]
African Wood Owl
Pfeifnachtschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
African Dusky Nightjar
Braunkopf-Zwergfischer {m} [ornith.]
African Dwarf Kingfisher
Palmensegler {m} [ornith.]
African Palm Swift
Rotnasen-Grüntaube {f} [ornith.]
African Green Pigeon
Lachtaube {f} [ornith.]
African Collared Dove
Zentralafrikanische Republik {f} CF (Kfz: RCA ) [geogr.]
Central African Republic
Grautoko [ornith.]
African Grey Hornbill
Kapohreule {f} [ornith.]
African Marsh Owl
Kongotaube {f} [ornith.]
African Wood Pigeon
Afrika-Zwergohreule {f} [ornith.]
African Scops Owl
Smaragdkuckuck {m} [ornith.]
African Emerald Cuckoo
Blaukehl-Breitrachen {n} [ornith.]
African green broadbill
Maskenweber {m} [ornith.]
African Masked Weaver
Dunkelamarant {m} [ornith.]
African Fire Finch
Steinschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
African rock martin
Afrikanische Trugschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
African river martin
Klippenpieper {m} [ornith.]
African rock pipit
Witwenstelze {f} [ornith.]
African pied wagtail
Schwarzohrpirol {m} [ornith.]
African Golden Oriole
Grautoko {m} [ornith.]
African grey hornbill
Kongo-Wasserfarn {m} (Bolbitis heudelotii)
African water fern
Mangroveliest {m} [ornith.]
African mangrove kingfisher
Dünnschnabelgirlitz {m} [ornith.]
African Citril Finch
Weißstirn-Beutelmeise {f} [ornith.]
African Penduline Tit
Schieferbrustschnäpper {m} [ornith.]
African Sooty Flycatcher
Drosselschnäpper {m} [ornith.]
African Brown Flycatcher
Sumpfbuschsänger {m} [ornith.]
African Sedge Warbler
Gartenrohrsänger {m} [ornith.]
African reed Warbler
Weißbauch-Drosseltimalie {f} [ornith.]
African Thrush Babbler
Schnäpperwürger {m} [ornith.]
African Shrike Flycatcher
Graubrust-Paradiesschnäpper {m} [ornith.]
African Paradise Flycatcher
Mönchsbuschdrossling {m} [ornith.]
African hill babbler
Halsband-Zwergfalke {m} [ornith.]
African pygmy falcon
Südafrikanischer Stelzenläufer {m} [ornith.]
South-African stilt
Schreiseeadler {m} [ornith.]
African fish eagle
Graukopfkasarka [ornith.]
South African Shelduck
Afrikanische Zwergente {f} [ornith.]
African Pygmy Goose
Afrikanischer Habichtsadler {m} [ornith.]
African Hawk Eagle
Froschweihe {f} [ornith.]
African marsh harrier
Afrikanischer Wildhund {m} [zool.]
African hunting dog
Bergbussard {m} [ornith.]
African mountain buzzard
Wacholder {pl} (Juniperus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gewöhnlicher Wacholder {m}; Heidewacholder {m}; Machandel {m} [Norddt.]; Machandelbaum {m} [Norddt.]; Kranewit {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Kranewet [Ös.] (Juniperus communis)
Kriechwacholder {m} (Juniperus horizontalis)
stinkender Baumwacholder {m} (Juniperus foetidissima)
Bergwacholder {m}; ostafrikanischer Wacholder {m}; Bleistiftzeder {f} (Juniperus procera)
Bermudawacholder {m}; Floridawacholder {m}; Floridazeder {f} (Juniperus bermudiana)
chinesischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus chinensis)
griechischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus excelsa)
Zypressenwacholder {m}; phönizischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus phoenicea)
syrischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus drupacea)
westlicher Wacholder {m} (Juniperus occidentalis)
Zedernwacholder {m}; Stechwacholder {m}; rotbeeriger Wacholder {m} (Juniperus oxycedrus)
Igelwacholder {m}; Nadelwacholder {m}; Strandwacholder {m} (Juniperus rigida)
Stinkwacholder {m}; Sadebaum {m}; Sebenbaum {m} (Juniperus sabina)
spanischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus thurifera)
Tibet-Wacholder {m} (Juniperus tibetica)
virginischer Wacholder Sadebaum {m}; virginische Zeder {f}; Rotzeder {f}; Bleistiftzeder {f} (Juniperus virginiana)
junipers (botanical genus)
common juniper
creeping juniper
stinking juniper
African juniper; African pencil cedar
Bermuda juniper; Bermuda cedar
Chinese juniper
Greek juniper; Grecian juniper; Crimean juniper
Phoenician juniper
Syrian juniper
Western juniper
cade juniper; cade; prickly juniper; red-berry juniper
needle juniper; temple juniper; shore juniper; compact juniper
savin
Spanish juniper; incense juniper
Tibetan juniper
Eastern juniper; Eastern red cedar; red juniper cedar; pencil cedar
Weißschopf-Hornvogel {m} [ornith.]
African White-crested Hornbill
Gelbschnabelente {f} [ornith.]
African Yellow-billed Duck
Langschwanzhabicht {m} [ornith.]
African long-tailed hawk
Zimtroller {m} [ornith.]
African Broad-billed Roller
Klippenschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
South African Cliff Swallow
Südafrikanischer Kronenkranich {m} [ornith.]
South-African crowned crane
Weißrückengeier {m} [ornith.]
African White-backed Vulture
Senegalbrillenvogel {m} [ornith.]
African Yellow White-eye
Klippenschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
South-African cliff swallow
Brillendrossel {f} [ornith.]
African bare-eyed thrush
Azurraupenfänger {m} [ornith.]
African blue cuckoo shrike
Kapsteinsperling {m} [ornith.]
South African Rock Sparrow
Gelbbauchastrild {m} [ornith.]
East African Swee Waxbill
Salvadoribussard {m} [ornith.]
African Red-tailed Buzzard
Bärenohren {pl} (Arctotis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
African daisies (botanical genus)
Gelbbauchastrild {m} [ornith.]
East-African swee waxbill
Geierrabe {m} [ornith.]
African white-necked raven
Kapsteinsperling {m} [ornith.]
South-African rock sparrow
Rotschwingenstar {m} [ornith.]
African red-winged starling
Zentralafrikanische Republik [geogr.]
Central African Republic (cf)
Natalnachtschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
African white-tailed nightjar
Waldraupenfänger {m} [ornith.]
African grey cuckoo shrike
Mohrenklaffschnabel {m} [ornith.]
African Open-bill Stork
Südafrikanischer Kronenkranich {m} [ornith.]
South African Crowned Crane
Wassermokassinotter {f} (Agkistrodon piscivorus) [zool.]
cottonmouth; water moccasin; black moccasin; black snake
Bangui (Hauptstadt der Zentralafrikanischen Republik)
Bangui (capital of Central African Republic)
Bangui (Hauptstadt der Zentralafrikanischen Republik) [geogr.]
Bangui (capital of Central African Republic)
Saintpaulia {pl} (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Usambaraveilchen {n} (Saintpaulia ionantha)
Saintpaulia (botanical genus)
African violet
Sandgräber {pl}; Maulwurfratten {pl} (Bathyergidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
blesmols; (African) mole rats (zoological family)
Stauschwerpunkt {m}
Stauschwerpunkte {pl}
traffic blackspot; traffic black spot [Br.]
traffic blackspots; traffic black spots
Pestpogrom {n} [soc.] [hist.]
Black Death pogrom; Black Death massacre
Gleitaar {m} (Elanus caeruleus) [ornith.]
black-shouldered kite; black-winged kite
afroamerikanisches Englisch {n} [ling.]
Black English vernacular; Black English; Ebonics
Zimtpiprites {m} (Piprites pileata) [ornith.]
black-capped piprites; black-capped manakin
Rotspiegelamazone {f} (Amazona agilis) [ornith.]
black-billed amazon; black-billed parrot
(schwarzer) Kragenbär [zool.]
(schwarze) Kragenbären {pl}
asiatic black bear
asiatic black bears
Straßenglätte {f}; Winterglätte {f}; Eisglätte {f}; Glatteis {n} (auf der Straße) [meteo.] [auto]
"Vorsicht Glatteis!"
jdn. aufs Glatteis führen [übtr.]
aufs Glatteis geraten; sich auf Glatteis begeben [übtr.]
clear ice; black ice
"Danger black ice!"
to trip up sb.; to catch sb. out; to lead sb. up the garden path [fig.]
to skate on thin ice
Schwarzwurzeln {pl} (Scorzonera) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Gartenschwarzwurzel {f}; echte spanische Schwarzwurzel {f}; Winterspargel {m} (Scorzonera hispanica) [bot.] [cook.]
österreichische Schwarzwurzel {f} (Scorzonera austriaca)
scorzonera
black salsify; Spanish salsify; black oyster plant; serpent root; viper's herb; viper's grass
Austrian viper's grass
Kaffee {m} [agr.] [cook.]
(einen) Kaffee machen; Kaffee kochen
löslicher Kaffee; Löskaffee {m}
türkischer Kaffee
schwarzer Kaffee
ungeschälter Kaffee
ein Pott Kaffee; ein Häferlkaffee [Ös.] (Filterkaffee in großer Tasse)
Trinkst du den Kaffee mit oder ohne Milch?
coffee
to make brew some coffee
soluble coffee
Turkish coffee
black coffee
parchment coffee
a mug of coffee
Do you like your coffee white or black?
Wachtelkönig {m} [ornith.]
Corn Crake (Crex crex)
Tüpfelsumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Spotted Crake (Porzana porzana)
Mittelmeerfeldgrille {f} (Gryllus bimaculatus) [zool.]
Mittelmeerfeldgrillen {pl}
Mediterraneanfield cricket; African field cricket; two-spotted cricket
Mediterraneanfield crickets; African field crickets; two-spotted crickets
Chaetodon-Falterfische {pl} (Chaetodon) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Blaupunkt-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon plebeius)
Blaustreifen-Falterfisch {m}; Hawaii-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon fremblii)
Doppelsattel-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon ulietensis)
Eisenfalterfisch {m} (Chaetodon daedalma)
Fähnchen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon auriga)
Gelbkopf-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon xanthocephalus)
Gestreifter Falterfisch {m}; Gitter-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon lineolatus)
Gitter-Orangefalterfisch {m}; Gelbschwanz-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon xanthurus)
Goldstreifen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon aureofasciatus)
Großschuppen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon rafflesi)
Guyana-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon guyanesis)
Günthers Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon guentheri)
Halsband-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon collare)
Hirsekorn-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon miliaris)
Karibischer Pinzettfisch {m} (Chaetodon aculeatus)
Karibischer Riff-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon sedentarius)
Kleins Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon kleinii)
Marquesa-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon declevis)
Maskarill-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon semilarvatus)
Orangestreifen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon ornatissimus)
Perlen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon reticulatus)
Pfauenaugen-Falterfisch {m}; Vieraugen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon capistratus)
Punktierter Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon citrinellus)
Punktstreifen-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon punctatofasciatus)
Rippelstreifen-Falterfisch {m}; Rotsaum-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon trifasciatus)
Sattelfleck-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon ephippium)
Schwarzbinden-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon striatus); Ostpazifik-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon humeralis)
Schwarzer Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon flavirostris)
Schwarzrücken-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon melannotus)
Indischer Doppelsattel-Falterfisch {m}; Sichelfleck-Falterfisch {m}; Keilfleck-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon falcula)
Silberfalterfisch {m} (Chaetodon argentatus)
Tabak-Falterfisch {m} (Chaetodon fasciatus)
Tinkers Falterfisch {m
chaetodon butterflyfish (zoological genus)
blue spot butterflyfish
blue stripe butterflyfish
double saddle butterflyfish
wrought iron butterflyfish
auriga butterflyfish
yellowhead butterflyfish
lined butterflyfish
pearlscale butterflyfish
golden stripe butterflyfish
latticed butterflyfish
Guyana butterflyfish
Gunther's butterflyfish
Pakistan butterflyfish
lemon butterflyfish
longsnout butterflyfish
painted reef butterflyfish
orange butterflyfish
Marquesas butterflyfish
golden butterflyfish
ornate butterflyfish
reticulated butterflyfisbutterflyfisbutterflyfisbutterflyfish
foureye butterflyfish
speckled butterflyfish
dot dash butterflyfish
melon butterflyfish
saddleback butterflyfish
banded butterflyfish
yellownose butterflyfish
black back butterflyfish
black-wedged butterflyfish
black pearlscale butterflyfish
raccoon butterflyfish
tinker butterflyfish
teardrop butterflyfish
triangle butterflyfish
spotted butterflyfish
vagabond butterflyfish
pebbled butterflyfish
four-spot butterflyfish
white face butterflyfish
spot-tail butterflyfish
Knochenschwarz {n}; Knochenkohle {f}; Tierkohle {f}
bone black; animal black; bone char; animal charcoal
Knochenschwarz {n}, Knochenkohle {f}, Tierkohle {f}
bone black, animal black, bone char, animal charcoal
Chile-Delfin {m} [zool.]
black dolphin, Chilean dolphin, Chilean black dolphin, white-bellied dolphin (Cephalorhynchus eutropia)
Rabengeier {m} (Coragyps atratus) [ornith.]
American black vulture; black vulture
Schwarzhandel {m}; Schwarzmarkt {m}
Schwarzhandel treiben
black market
to be a black market operator
Schwarzhandel {m}, Schwarzmarkt {m}
Schwarzhandel treiben
black market
to be a black market operator
Schwarzmarktpreis {m}
Schwarzmarktpreise {pl}
black market price; price on the black market
black market prices; prices on the black market
Euthynnus-Thunfische {pl} (Euthynnus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Thonine; kleiner Thun (Euthynnus alletteratus)
kleiner Thunfisch (Euthynnus affinis)
schwarzer Skipjack (Euthynnus lineatus)
Euthynnus tunnies (zoological genus)
little tunny; little tuna; false albacore; albie
kawakawa; little tuna; mackerel tuna; false albacore
black skipjack tuna; black skipjack
afrikanische Tulpenbäume {pl} (Spathodea) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
African tulip trees; fountain trees (botanical genus)
Studentenblumen {pl}; Sammetblumen {pl}; türkische Nelken {pl} (Tagetes) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
marigolds; French Mexican African marigolds (botanical genus)
Couscous; Cous Cous; Kuskus (nordafr. Grießgericht)
couscous; cous cous (North African semolina dish)
Puffottern {pl} (Bitis) (zoologische Gattung)
puff adders; African adders (zoological genus)
Listige Manguste {f} (Dologale dybowskii) [zool.]
African tropical savannah mongoose; Pousargues's mongoose
Heaviside-Delfin {m}, Südafrikanischer Delfin {m} [zool.]
Heaviside's dolphin, South African dolphin, Benguela dolphin (Cephalorhynchus heavisidii)
Ebosia-Feuerfische {pl} (Ebosia) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Bleekers Zwergfeuerfisch {m} (Ebosia bleekeri)
Ostafrika-Zwergfeuerfisch {m} (Ebosia falcata)
ebosia lionfish (zoological genus)
Bleeker`s lionfish
East African lionfish
Küstenfieber {n} (Theileria-Infektion) [med.]
East Coast fever; African fever; Rhodesian fever; theileriasis
turnusmäßig {adv} [adm.]
zwei afrikanische Länder die turnusmäßig wechseln
Die Ausschussmitglieder sollten turnusmäßig für drei Jahre ernannt werden.
in rotation; in turn; on a regular cycle
two African countries in rotation
The committee members should be appointed in turn for 3 years.
Südafrikaner {m}; Südafrikanerin {f} [soc.]
Südafrikaner {pl}; Südafrikanerinnen {pl}
South African
South Africans
Chile-Delfin {m} (Cephalorhynchus eutropia) [zool.]
black dolphin; Chilean dolphin; Chilean black dolphin; white-bellied dolphin
Steinschmätzer {pl} (Oenanthe) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Echter Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe oenanthe)
Fahlbürzel-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe moesta)
Rotbürzel-Steinschmätzer {m}; Rotschwanz-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe xanthoprymna)
Weissbürzel-Steinschmätzer {m}; Saharasteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe leucopyga)
Arabischer Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe lugentoides)
Bergsteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe monticola)
Braunbrust-Steinschmätzer {m}; Braunbrustschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe bottae)
Elster-Steinschmätzer {m}; Elsterschmätzer {m}; Schwarz-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe picata)
Erdsteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe pileata)
Felsensteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe finschii)
Heuglin-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe heuglini)
Isabell-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe isabellina)
Kappensteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe monacha)
Kaukasussteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe chrysopygia)
Mittelmeer-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe hispanica)
Nonnensteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe pleschanka)
Schwarzkopf-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe alboniger)
Schwarzrücken-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe lugens)
Somali-Steinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe phillipsi)
Trauersteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe leucura)
Wüstensteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe deserti)
Zypernsteinschmätzer {m} (Oenanthe cypriaca)
wheatears (zoological genus)
common wheatear; Eurasian wheatear; European wheatear; Northern wheatear
grey-headed wheatear; red-rumped wheatear; buff-rumped wheatear; Tristram's wheatear
Kurdish wheatear; Kurdistan wheatear; chestnut-rumped wheatear; red-tailed wheatear; rufous-tailed wheatear
white-crowned wheatear; white-rumped black wheatear; white-tailed wheatear
Arabian wheatear
mountain wheatear
red-breasted wheatear; buff-breasted wheatear; Botta's wheatear
variable wheatear; Eastern pied wheatear
capped wheatear
Finsch's wheatear
Heuglin's wheatear
isabelline wheatear
hooded wheatear
Afghan wheatear; Eastern red-tailed wheatear; Eastern rufous-tailed wheatear; rusty-tailed sheatear
black-eared wheatear
pied wheatear; Pleschanka's wheatear; Pleschanka's chat
Hume's wheatear
mourning wheatear; white-underwinged wheatear
Somali wheatear; Phillips's wheatear
black wheatear
desert wheatear
Cyprus wheatear
Wüstenluchs {m}; Karakal {m} (Caracal caracal) [zool.]
desert lynx; African lynx; Egyptian lynx; caracal
Heaviside-Delfin {m}; Südafrikanischer Delfin {m} (Cephalorhynchus heavisidii) [zool.]
Heaviside's dolphin; South African dolphin; Benguela dolphin
Kohl {m} (Brassica) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Grünkohl {m}; Krauskohl {m}; Winterkohl {m}; Braunkohl {m} [Norddt.]; Federkohl {m} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea var. sabellica L.)
Palmkohl {m}; Schwarzkohl {m}; Italienischer Kohl {m}; Toskanischer Kohl {m} (Brassica oleracea var. palmifolia)
Rotkohl {m}; Rotkraut {n}; Blaukraut {n} [Süddt.] [Ös.]; Rotkabis {n} [Schw.]; Blaukabis {n} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. rubra L.)
Weißkohl {m}; Weißkraut {n}; Kraut {n}; Kappes {n} [Mittelwestdt.]; Weißkabis {n} [Schw.]; Kabis {n} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. alba)
Wirsingkohl {m}; Welschkohl {m}; Welschkraut {n}; Savoyerkohl {m}; Wirsing {m} [Dt.]; Kohl {m} [Ös.]; Wirz {m} [Schw.] (Brassica oleracea convar. capitata var. sabauda L.)
Zierkohl {m} (Brassica oleracea var. acephala)
cabbages; mustards; cruciferous vegetables (botanical genus)
kale; borecole
palm tree kale; black Tuscan palm; black kale cabbage; Italian kale; Tuscan kale cabbage; Lacinato kale
red cabbage
white cabbage
savoy cabbage; savoy
collard; collard greens
pechschwarz; pechfinster {adj}
pitch-black; pitch dark; as black as pitch
pechschwarz {adj}
pitch-black, pitch dark, as black as pitch
Schwertwal {m}; Orca {m}; Killerwal {m} (Orcinus orca) [zool.]
Schwertwale {pl}; Orcas {pl}; Killerwale {pl}
orca; killer whale; great killer whale; grampus; black fish
orcas; killer whales; great killer whales; grampuses; black fish
Kasarkas {pl} (Tadorna) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Brandgans {f} (Tadorna tadorna)
Radjahgans {f} (Tadorna radjah)
Rostgans {f} (Tadorna ferruginea)
Australische Kasarka {m} (Tadorna tadornoides)
Graukopfkasarka {m} (Tadorna cana)
Paradieskasarka {m} (Tadorna variegata)
Schopfkasarka {m} (Tadorna cristata)
shelducks (zoological genus)
common shelduck
raja shelduck
ruddy shelduck
Australian shelduck
South African shelduck
paradise shelduck T
crested shelduck
Verdunkelung
black out
schwarz
black
schwarz, schmutzig, unsauber
black
Verdunkelung
black-out
schwärzen; Schuhe wichsen
to black
schwärzen, Schuhe wichsen
to black
ohnmächtig werden {vi}
to black out
schwarz; schmutzig; unsauber {adj}
black
schwarz, schmutzig, unsauber {adj}
black
Königsdrongo [ornith.]
Black Drongo
Tasmanwürgerkrähe {f} [ornith.]
Black Currawong
Breitschwanz-Paradieshopf {m} [ornith.]
Black Sicklebill
Grzimekeremit {m} [ornith.]
black barbthroat
Kapkrähe {f} [ornith.]
Black Crow
Malaienhornvogel {m} [ornith.]
black hornbill
Schwarzmaerkte
black markets
Mohrenpirol {m} [ornith.]
Black Oriole
Mohrentrappist {m} [ornith.]
black nunbird
Mohrenameisenfänger {m} [ornith.]
black antbird
Mohrenwürgerling {m} [ornith.]
black brushbird
Mohrenwollrücken {m} [ornith.]
black antshrike
Mohrenpipra {m} [ornith.]
black maniakin
Hadesschilffink {m} [ornith.]
Black Mannikin
Trauerelster {f} [ornith.]
Black Magpie
sw, s
w : schwarz
weiß
B&W, b&w, B
W : black and white
Schwarzhaendler
black marketeer
Schwarzhandel
black market
völlige Verzweiflung
black despair
Johannisbeeren
black currants
Johannisbeere
black currant
schwarzer Kasten (interner Aufbau eines Systems un
black box
schwarz wie die Nacht
black as coal
rabenschwarzen
black as a crow
schwarzweiss
black and white
Rabenpapagei {m} [ornith.]
black parrot
Tulukuckuck {m} [ornith.]
black coucal
Schwarzkuckuck {m} [ornith.]
black cuckoo
Schwarzsegler {m} [ornith.]
black swift
Mohrenmusketier {n} [ornith.]
black inca
Trauerkolibri {m} [ornith.]
black jacobin
Rußlanzschwänzchen {n} [ornith.]
black metaltail
Erzschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
black saw-wing
Stahlraupenfänger {m} [ornith.]
black greybird
Rotschnabelbülbül {m} [ornith.]
black bulbul
Weißbüschel-Beerenpicker {m} [ornith.]
black berrypecker
Seidennektarvogel {m} [ornith.]
black sunbird
Trauerhonigfresser {m} [ornith.]
black honeyeater
Mohrenstirnvogel {m} [ornith.]
black oropendola
Senegaldrongoschnäpper {m} [ornith.]
Black Flycatcher
Schwarzschiefer {m} [min.]
black shale
Guatemaladrossel {f} [ornith.]
Black Robin
Schwarzklarino [ornith.]
Black Solitaire
Mohrendajal [ornith.]
Black Shama
Mohrenpitohui {m} [ornith.]
black pitohui
Mohrenfächerschwanz {m} [ornith.]
black fantail
Glanzkatzenvogel {m} (Melanoptila glabrirostris) [ornith.]
black catbird
Schwarzzeisig {m} [ornith.]
Black Siskin
Cebuschama {f}; Cebu-Dajal {m} (Copsychus cebuensis) [ornith.]
black shama
Mohrendajal {m} (Copsychus cebuensis) [ornith.]
black shama
Schwarzklarino (Entomodestes coracinus) [ornith.]
black solitaire
Mohrenpitohui [ornith.]
Black Pitohui
Fächerschwanzmonarch {m} [ornith.]
Black Monarch
Glanzkatzenvogel {m} [ornith.]
Black Catbird
Schwärze {f}; schwarze Farbe {f}
black dye
Dort steht es schwarz auf weiß.
There it is in black and white.
Schwarzes Meer [geogr.]
Black Sea
Schwarzwald {m} [geogr.]
Black Forest
Birkhuhn {n} (Tetrao tetrix) [ornith.]
black grouse
Gryllteiste {f} (Cepphus grylle) [ornith.]
black guillemot
Hausrotschwanz {m} (Phoenicurus ochruros) [ornith.]
black redstart
Mohrenlerche {f} (Melanocorypha yeltoniensis) [ornith.]
black lark
Schwarzmilan {m}; Schwarzer Milan (Milvus migrans) [ornith.]
black kite
Schwarzspecht {m} (Dryocopus martius) [ornith.]
black woodpecker
Trauerente {f} [ornith.]
black scoter
Trauerseeschwalbe {f} (Chlidonias niger) [ornith.]
black tern
Schwarztinamu {m} [ornith.]
black tinamou
Schwarzsturmvogel {m} [ornith.]
black petrel
Schwarzscharbe {f} [ornith.]
little black cormorant
Schwarzer Degenfisch {m} (Aphanopus carbo) [zool.]
black scabbardfish
schwarz weiß sw s w
black and white B&W b&w B W
schwarzweiß {adj}
black and white
tiefe Niedergeschlagenheit {f} [psych.]
black mood
Schmutzbuchstabe {m}; Spieß {m} [print]
black; pick
Schwarz-Weiß-...
black-and-white
Schwarze Seegurke {f} (Holothuria atra) [zool.]
black cucumber
Schwarzkümmel {m} [cook.]
black cumin
Stiefelputzer {m}
boot black
mattschwarz {adj}
matt black
rabenschwarz {adj}
black as a crow
Ruß {m}; Industrieruß {m}
carbon black
Schwarzperlhuhn {n} [ornith.]
black guineafowl
schwarzblau {adj}
bluish black
schwarzflügelig {adj} [ornith.]
black-winged
schwarzgrün {adj}
greenish-black
Preußen-Falterfisch {m} (Hemitaurichthys zoster) [zool.]
black zoster
schwarzrot {adj}
reddish-black
Ölruß {m}; Rußschwarz {n}; Rußbraun {n} [auto]
oil black
schwarzviolett {adj}
violet-black
Blackbox {f}; schwarzer Kasten (interner Aufbau eines Systems)
black box
Biberschwarz {n}
brownish black
Weißstirntaube {f} [ornith.]
black bronzewing
die grüne Minna
the black maria
pechschwarz
pitch-black
er hat ein blaues Auge
he has a black eye
hat ein blaues Auge
has a black eye
tiefschwarz
deep black
Stiefelputzer
boot black
schwarzblau
bluish black
Trauerschleiern
black veils
Trauerschleier
black veil
Schwarzwurzel
black salsify
Schwarzwurzeln
black salsifies
Blutwurst
black pudding
Schwarzbleche
black plates
Schwarzblech
black plate
Amerikanischer Scherenschnabel {m} [ornith.]
black skimmer
Gackeltrappe {f} [ornith.]
black bustard
Bariumsulfid {n}
black ash
Glockenreiher {m} [ornith.]
black heron
Schwarzdommel {f} [ornith.]
black bittern
Warzenibis {m} [ornith.]
black ibis
Schwarzschwan {m} [ornith.]
black swan
Dreifarbenweih {m} [ornith.]
black baza
Mohrenweihe {f} [ornith.]
black harrier
Russfalke {m} [ornith.]
black falcon
Mohrenguan {m} [ornith.]
black guan
Glattschnabelhokko {m} [ornith.]
black curassow
grün und blau
black and blue
Schwarzes Meer
Black Sea
Halsbandfrankolin {m} [ornith.]
black partridge
Schwarzwald
Black Forest
Kaukasusbirkhuhn {n} [ornith.]
Caucasian black
in Schwarz gekleidet
dressed in black
Schwarzlori {m} [ornith.]
black lory
Mohrenpipra [ornith.]
Black Maniakin
Schwarzkopf-Steinwälzer {m} [ornith.]
Black Turnstone
Rappe {m}
black horse
Schattenwirtschaft
black economy
Schwärze {f}, schwarze Farbe {f}
black dye
Blackbox {f}, schwarzer Kasten (interner Aufbau eines Systems)
black box
Er hat ein blaues Auge.
He has a black eye.
Glatteis {n}, Eisglätte {f} (auf der Straße)
black ice
Schwarzhandel
black marketing
Schwarzgeld
black money
schwarze Liste
black list
die grüne Minna [ugs.]
the black Maria

Deutsche Synonyme für Mohrensumpfhuhn {n} [ornith.]

Englische Synonyme für African Black Crake

Lexikoneinträge für African Black Crake

African (a.) Of or pertaining to Africa.
African (n.) A native of Africa
Black (a.) Destitute of light, or incapable of reflecting it
Black (a.) In a less literal sense: Enveloped or shrouded in darkness
Black (a.) Fig.: Dismal, gloomy, or forbidding, like darkness
Black (a.) Expressing menace, or discontent
Black (adv.) Sullenly
Black (n.) That which is destitute of light or whiteness
Black (n.) A black pigment or dye.
Black (n.) A negro
Black (n.) A black garment or dress
Black (n.) Mourning garments of a black color
Black (n.) The part of a thing which is distinguished from the rest by being black.
Black (n.) A stain
Black (a.) To make black
Black (a.) To make black and shining, as boots or a stove, by applying blacking and then polishing with a brush.
Black art () The art practiced by conjurers and witches
Black-a-vised (a.) Dark-visaged
Black bass () An edible, fresh-water fish of the United States, of the genus Micropterus. the small-mouthed kind is M. dolomiei
Black bass () The sea bass. See Blackfish, 3.
Black book () One of several books of a political character, published at different times and for different purposes
Black book () A book compiled in the twelfth century, containing a description of the court of exchequer of England, an official statement of the revenues of the crown, etc.
Black book () A book containing details of the enormities practiced in the English monasteries and religious houses, compiled by order of their visitors under Henry VIII., to hasten their dissolution.
Black book () A book of admiralty law, of the highest authority, compiled in the reign of Edw. III.
Black book () A book kept for the purpose of registering the names of persons liable to censure or punishment, as in the English universities, or the English armies.
Black book () Any book which treats of necromancy.
Black-browed (a.) Having black eyebrows. Hence: Gloomy
Black death () A pestilence which ravaged Europe and Asia in the fourteenth century.
Black-eyed (a.) Having black eyes.
Black-faced (a.) Having a black, dark, or gloomy face or aspect.
Black friar () A friar of the Dominican order
Black-hearted (a.) Having a wicked, malignant disposition
Black hole () A dungeon or dark cell in a prison
Black-jack (n.) A name given by English miners to sphalerite, or zinc blende
Black-jack (n.) Caramel or burnt sugar, used to color wines, spirits, ground coffee, etc.
Black-jack (n.) A large leather vessel for beer, etc.
Black-jack (n.) The Quercus nigra, or barren oak.
Black-jack (n.) The ensign of a pirate.
Black lead () Plumbago
Black letter () The old English or Gothic letter, in which the Early English manuscripts were written, and the first English books were printed. It was conspicuous for its blackness. See Type.
Black-letter (a.) Written or printed in black letter
Black-letter (a.) Given to the study of books in black letter
Black-letter (a.) Of or pertaining to the days in the calendar not marked with red letters as saints' days. Hence: Unlucky
Black Monday () Easter Monday, so called from the severity of that day in 1360, which was so unusual that many of Edward III.'s soldiers, then before Paris, died from the cold.
Black Monday () The first Monday after the holidays
Black monk () A Benedictine monk.
Black-mouthed (a.) Using foul or scurrilous language
Black pudding () A kind of sausage made of blood, suet, etc., thickened with meal.
Black Rod () the usher to the Chapter of the Garter, so called from the black rod which he carries. He is of the king's chamber, and also usher to the House of Lords.
Black Rod () An usher in the legislature of British colonies.
Black salts () Crude potash.
Black snake (n.) Alt. of Blacksnake
Black vomit () A copious vomiting of dark-colored matter
Black wash (n.) Alt. of Blackwash
Brunswick black () See Japan black.
Coal-black (a.) As black as coal
Crake (v. t. & i.) To cry out harshly and loudly, like the bird called crake.
Crake (v. t. & i.) To boast
Crake (n.) A boast. See Crack, n.
Crake (n.) Any species or rail of the genera Crex and Porzana
Frankfort black () A black pigment used in copperplate printing, prepared by burning vine twigs, the lees of wine, etc.
Jet-black (a.) Black as jet
Magnase black () A black pigment which dries rapidly when mixed with oil, and is of intense body.
Pitch-black (a.) Black as pitch or tar.
Water crake () The dipper.
Water crake () The spotted crake (Porzana maruetta). See Illust. of Crake.
Water crake () The swamp hen, or crake, of Australia.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

hearts
Black Maria
a form of whist in which players avoid winning tricks containing hearts or the queen of spades
black operation a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it out
black market an illegal market in which goods or currencies are bought and sold in violation of rationing or controls
bladderwrack black rockweed
bladder fucus
tang Fucus vesiculosus
a common rockweed used in preparing kelp and as manure
black buffalo
Ictiobus niger
fish of the lower Mississippi
black-fronted bush shrike
Chlorophoneus nigrifrons
a kind of bush shrike
black kite
Milvus migrans
dark Old World kite feeding chiefly on carrion
black vulture Aegypius monachus of southern Eurasia and northern Africa
black vulture carrion crow
Coragyps atratus
American vulture smaller than the turkey buzzard
African clawed frog
Xenopus laevis
a tongueless frog native to Africa, established in the United States as result of release of laboratory and aquarium animals
African chameleon
Chamaeleo chamaeleon
a chameleon found in Africa
African monitor
Varanus niloticus
destroys crocodile eggs
African crocodile
Nile crocodile
Crocodylus niloticus
a dangerous crocodile widely distributed in Africa
blacksnake black racer
Coluber constrictor
blackish racer of the eastern United States that grows to six feet
black rat snake
blacksnake pilot blacksnake
mountain blacksnake
Elaphe obsoleta
large harmless shiny black North American snake
black-headed snake small secretive ground-living snake, found from central United States to Argentina
African coral snake
Aspidelaps lubricus
small widely distributed arboreal snake of southern Africa banded in black and orange
black-necked cobra
spitting cobra
Naja nigricollis
aggressive cobra widely distributed in Africa, rarely bites but spits venom that may cause blindness
black mamba
Dendroaspis augusticeps
a highly venomous southern African mamba dreaded because of its quickness and readiness to bite
black and gold garden spider
Argiope aurantia
a widely distributed North American garden spider
black widow
Latrodectus mactans
venomous New World spider, the female is black with an hourglass-shaped red mark on the underside of the abdomen
Ixodes pacificus
western black-legged tick
a tick that feeds on dusky-footed wood rat and bites humans, principal vector for Lyme disease in western United States especially northern California
Ixodes scapularis
black-legged tick
parasitic on mice of genus Peromyscus and bites humans, principal vector for Lyme disease in eastern United States (especially New England), northern form was for a time known as Ixodes dammini (deer tick)
black grouse grouse of which the male is bluish-black
European black grouse
heathfowl
Lyrurus tetrix
large northern European grouse that is black with a lyre-shaped tail
Asian black grouse Lyrurus mlokosiewiczi a black grouse of western Asia
blackcock
black cock
male black grouse
African grey
African gray
Psittacus erithacus
commonly domesticated grey parrot with red-and-black tail and white face, native to equatorial Africa
black-billed cuckoo
Coccyzus erythropthalmus
North American cuckoo, builds a nest and rears its own young
black duck
Anas rubripes
a dusky duck of northeastern United States and Canada
black swan
Cygnus atratus
large Australian swan having black plumage and a red bill
black stork
Ciconia nigra
Old World stork that is glossy black above and white below
policeman bird
black-necked stork
jabiru Xenorhyncus asiaticus
large mostly white Australian stork
crake any of several short-billed Old World rails
spotted crake
Porzana porzana
Eurasian rail of swamps and marshes
black turnstone
Arenaria-Melanocephala
common turnstone of the Pacific coast of North America
black-necked stilt
Himantopus mexicanus
stilt of southwestern United States to northern South America having black plumage extending from the head down the back of the neck
black-winged stilt
Himantopus himantopus
stilt of Europe and Africa and Asia having mostly white plumage but with black wings
black-backed gull
great black-backed gull
cob Larus marinus
white gull having a black back and wings
black guillemot
Cepphus grylle
northern Atlantic guillemot
black-necked grebe
eared grebe
Podiceps nigricollis
small grebe with yellow ear tufts and a black neck, found in Eurasia and southern Africa as well as western United States
black-footed albatross
gooney
gooney bird
goonie
goony
Diomedea nigripes
a variety of albatross with black feet
sperm whale
cachalot
black whale Physeter catodon
large whale with a large cavity in the head containing spermaceti and oil, also a source of ambergris
pilot whale
black whale common blackfish
blackfish Globicephala melaena
small darkolored whale of the Atlantic coast of the United States, the largest male acts as pilot or leader for the school
black-and-tan coonhound American breed of large powerful hound dogs used for hunting raccoons and other game
Manchester terrier
black-and-tan terrier
a breed of short-haired rat terrier with a black-and-tan coat that was developed in Manchester, England
African hunting dog
hyena dog
Cape hunting dog
Lycaon pictus
a powerful doglike mammal of southern and eastern Africa that hunts in large packs, now rare in settled area
black fox red fox in the color phase when its pelt is mostly black
American black bear
black bear Ursus americanus
Euarctos americanus
brown to black North American bear, smaller and less ferocious than the brown bear
Asiatic black bear
black bear Ursus thibetanus
Selenarctos thibetanus
bear with a black coat living in central and eastern Asia
black carpet beetle a carpet beetle that is solid black in color
rice weevil
black weevil
Sitophylus oryzae
brown weevil that infests stored grain especially rice
blackfly black fly buffalo gnat small blackish stout-bodied biting fly having aquatic larvae, sucks the blood of birds as well as humans and other mammals
black bee
German bee
darkolored ill-tempered honeybee supposedly of German origin
little black ant
Monomorium minimum
tiny glossy black ant, nests outdoors but invades houses for food
black rat
roof rat
Rattus rattus
common household pest originally from Asia that has spread worldwide
black squirrel fox squirrel or grey squirrel in the black color phase
African wild ass
Equus asinus
a wild ass of Africa
black rhinoceros
Diceros bicornis
African rhino, in danger of extinction
Welsh
Welsh Black
a breed of dual-purpose cattle developed in Wales
Aberdeen Angus
Angus
black Angus
black hornless breed from Scotland
black sheep sheep with a black coat
blackbuck
black buck
Antilope cervicapra
common Indian antelope with a dark back and spiral horns
black-tailed deer
blacktail deer
blacktail
Odocoileus hemionus columbianus
mule deer of western Rocky Mountains
black-footed ferret
ferret Mustela nigripes
musteline mammal of prairie regions of United States, nearly extinct
fisher
pekan
fisher cat
black cat
Martes pennanti
large dark brown North American arboreal carnivorous mammal
green monkey
African green monkey
Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus
common savannah monkey with greenish-grey back and yellow tail
African elephant
Loxodonta africana
an elephant native to Africa having enormous flapping ears and ivory tusks
black crappie
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
a crappie that is black
black bass widely distributed and highly prized American freshwater game fishes (sunfish family)
Kentucky black bass
spotted black bass
Micropterus pseudoplites
a variety of black bass
smallmouth
smallmouth bass
smallmouthed bass
smallmouth black bass
smallmouthed black bass
Micropterus dolomieu
a variety of black bass, the angle of the jaw falls below the eye
largemouth
largemouth bass
largemouthed bass
largemouth black bass
largemouthed black bass
Micropterus salmoides
a large black bass, the angle of the jaw falls behind the eye
black sea bass
black bass Centropistes striata
bluish black-striped sea bass of the Atlantic coast of the United States
pompon
black margate
Anisotremus surinamensis
dusky grey food fish found from Louisiana and Florida southward
black bream
Chrysophrys australis
important darkolored edible food and game fish of Australia
black marlin
Makaira mazara
Makaira marlina
large game fish in the Pacific Ocean, may reach pounds
barrelfish
black rudderfish
Hyperglyphe perciformis
blackish fish of New England waters
black black clothing (worn as a sign of mourning), the widow wore black
black (board games) the darker pieces
black and white
monochrome
a black-and-white photograph or slide
black box equipment that records information about the performance of an aircraft during flight
black flag
pirate flag
Jolly Roger
blackjack
a flag usually bearing a white skull and crossbones on a black background, indicates a pirate ship
Black Hole of Calcutta a dungeon ( feet square) in a fort in Calcutta where as many as English prisoners were held overnight by Siraj-ud-daula, the next morning only were still alive
black tie a black bow tie worn with a dinner jacket
blackwash black lotion a mixture of calomel and limewater that is used on syphilitic sores
dinner jacket
tux
tuxedo
black tie
semiformal evening dress for men
kat
khat
qat
quat
cat Arabian tea
African tea
the leaves of the shrub Catha edulis which are chewed like tobacco or used to make tea, has the effect of a euphoric stimulant, in Yemen kat is used daily by % of adults
police van
police wagon
paddy wagon
patrol wagon
wagon black Maria
van used by police to transport prisoners
black
blackness
inkiness
the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)
coal black
ebony
jet black
pitch black
sable
soot black
a very dark black
black bile
melancholy
a humor that was once believed to be secreted by the kidneys or spleen and to cause sadness and melancholy
sorcery
black magic
black art
necromancy
the belief in magical spells that harness occult forces or evil spirits to produce unnatural effects in the world
written communication
written language
black and white
communication by means of written symbols (either printed or handwritten)
blacklist
black book
shitlist
a list of people who are out of favor
Gothic black letter a heavy typeface in use from th to th centuries
Tai Dam
Black Tai
a branch of the Tai languages
African American Vernacular English
AAVE
African American English
Black English
Black English Vernacular
Black Vernacular
Black Vernacular English
Ebonics
a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States
Afrikaans
Taal
South African Dutch
an official language of the Republic of South Africa, closely related to Dutch and Flemish
West African a group of languages spoken in the extreme western part of West Africa

 

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