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Indopazifischer Schnabelwal {m} [zool.]
Longman's beaked whale, Pacific beaked whale, Indo-Pacific beaked whale (Mesoplodon pacificus)
Indopazifischer Buckeldelfin {m}, Chinesischer Buckeldelfin {m} [zool.]
Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin, speckled dolphin (Sousa chinensis)
Indopazifischer Buckeldelfin {m}; Chinesischer Buckeldelfin {m} (Sousa chinensis) [zool.]
Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin; speckled dolphin
Indopazifischer Schnabelwal {m} (Mesoplodon pacificus) [zool.]
Longman's beaked whale; Pacific beaked whale; Indo-Pacific beaked whale
arisch {adj}
Indo-European; Indo-Germanic; Aryan. [Br.]
pazifisch {adj} [geogr.]
pazifischer Raum
Asiatisch-Pazifischer Raum; Asien-Pazifik
Pacific
Pacific Area
Pacific Asia
pazifisch {adj} [geogr.]
pazifischer Raum
Asiatisch-Pazifischer Raum, Asien-Pazifik
Pacific
Pacific Area
Pacific Asia
Indogermanist {m}; Indogermanistin {f} [stud.]
Indogermanisten {pl}; Indogermanistinnen {pl}
Indo-European linguist
Indo-European linguists
Makrelenhechte {pl}; Trughechte {pl} (Scomberesocidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
atlantischer Makrelenhecht; Echsenhecht; Skipper (Scomberesox saurus saurus)
südpazifischer Makrelenhecht (Scomberesox saurus scombroides)
pazifischer Makrelenhecht; Kurzschnabelmakrelenhecht (Cololabis saira)
Zwerg-Makrelenhecht {m} (Scomberesox simulans)
sauries (zoological family)
Atlantic saury
South Pacific saury; king gar
mackerel pike [Br.]; skipper [Br.]; Pacific saury [Am.]
dwarf saury
Pazifik {m}, Pazifischer Ozean, Stiller Ozean [geogr.]
Pacific, Pacific Ocean
Pazifik {m}; Pazifischer Ozean; Stiller Ozean [geogr.]
Pacific; Pacific Ocean
Indogermanistik {f}; indogermanische Sprachwissenschaft {f} [stud.]
Indo-European studies
Indo-Europäer {m}
Indo-European; Aryan
Indo-Europäer {m}
Indo-European, Aryan
Thunfische {pl}; Tunfische {pl}; Thons Thone {pl} [Schw.] (Thunnus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
weißer Thun; Langflossenthun(fisch) (Thunnus alalunga)
Gelbflossenthun(fisch); Ahi (Thunnus albacares)
Schwarzflossenthun(fisch) (Thunnus atlanticus)
roter großer Thun Blauflossenthun(fisch) nordatlantischer Thun(fisch) (Thunnus thynnus)
südlicher Blauflossenthun(fisch) (Thunnus maccoyii)
nordpazifischer Blauflossenthun(fisch) (Thunnus orientalis)
Großaugenthun(fisch) (Thunnus obesus)
Langschwanzthun(fisch) (Thunnus tonggol)
tunas; tunnies (zoological genus)
albacore (fish tuna); Pacific albacore; albicore; longfin (tuna tunny); pigfish; albies; binnaga
yellowfin tuna
blackfin tuna
giant bluefin tuna; Northern bluefin tuna; Atlantic bluefin tuna
Southern bluefin tuna
Pacific bluefin tuna
bigeye tuna
longtail tuna
friedlich, friedfertig, friedliebend {adj}
pacific
friedlich; friedfertig; friedliebend {adj}
pacific
friedlich, pazifisch
pacific
friedlich
pacific
Südseeschwalbe {f} [ornith.]
pacific swallow
Strichelbrustelaenie {f} [ornith.]
pacific elaenia
Mangroveeule {f} [ornith.]
pacific screech owl
pazifischer Ozean, Pazifik
Pacific Ocean
Himmelsperlingspapagei {m} [ornith.]
pacific parrotlet
Mexikosittich {m} [ornith.]
pacific parakeet
Tongafruchttaube {f} [ornith.]
pacific pigeon
Dickschnabelmöwe {f} [ornith.]
pacific gull
Friedensblockade {f} [pol.]
pacific blockade
Pazifiktaucher {m} [ornith.]
Pacific Diver
Südpazifik
South Pacific
Augenbrauenente {f} [ornith.]
pacific black duck
Sumpfweihe {f} [ornith.]
pacific marsh harrier
Pazifischer Goldregenpfeifer {m} (Pluvialis fulva) [ornith.]
pacific golden-plover
Müllstrudel {m} (in Pazifik)
(Great Pacific) garbage patch
Pazifischer Goldregenpfeifer {m} [ornith.]
Pacific Golden-Plover (Pluvialis fulva)
Nördlicher Glattdelfin {m} [zool.]
northern right whale dolphin, pacific right whale porpoise (Lissodelphis borealis)
Marianengraben {m} (Tiefseegraben im Pazifik) [geogr.]
Mariana Trench (deep-sea trench in the Pacific Ocean)
Nördlicher Glattdelfin {m} (Lissodelphis borealis) [zool.]
northern right whale dolphin; pacific right whale porpoise
Südpazifik {m}; Südsee {f} [geogr.]
South Pacific Ocean; South Seas
Eiben {pl} (Taxus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
chinesische Eibe {f} (Taxus sumatrana)
europäische Eibe {f}; gemeine gewöhnliche Eibe {f}; Eibe {f} (Taxus baccata)
Florida-Eibe {f} (Taxus floridana)
Himalaja-Eibe {f} (Taxus wallichiana)
japanische Eibe {f} (Taxus cuspidata)
kanadische Eibe {f} (Taxus canadensis)
mexikanische Eibe {f} (Taxus globosa)
pazifische Eibe {f} (Taxus brevifolia)
yews; yew trees (botanical genus)
Chinese yew; Sumatran yew
European yew; English yew; common yew
Florida yew
Himalayan yew
Japanese yew
Canada yew; American yew; ground hemlock; shinwood
Mexican yew
Pacific yew; Western yew
Wirbel {m}; Strudel {m} (Atmosphäre; Ozean)
Nordpazifikwirbel {m}
gyre
North Pacific Gyre
Pazifischer Weissstreifendelfin {m} [zool.]
Pacific white-sided dolphin, white-striped dolphin, lag, hookfin porpoise, hook-finned porpoise (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens)
Pazifischer Weissstreifendelfin {m} (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens) [zool.]
Pacific white-sided dolphin; white-striped dolphin; lag; hookfin porpoise; hook-finned porpoise
südpazifisch {adj}; Südsee ... [geogr.]
South-Pacific ...; South-Sea ...
Indischer Grindwal {m}, Schwarzwal {m}, Kurzflossengrindwal {m} [zool.]
short-finned pilot whale, shortfin pilot whale, pothead whale, pacific pilot whale (Globicephala macrorhynchus)
Baird-Schnabelwal {m} [zool.]
Baird's beaked whale, northern giant bottlenose whale, North Pacific bottlenose whale, giant four-toothed whale (Berardius bairdii)
Stejneger-Schnabelwal {m} [zool.]
Stejneger's beaked whale, sabre-toothed beaked whale, Bering Sea beaked whale, North Pacific beaked whale (Mesoplodon stejnegeri)
Baird-Schnabelwal {m} (Berardius bairdii) [zool.]
Baird's beaked whale; northern giant bottlenose whale; North Pacific bottlenose whale; giant four-toothed whale
Kurzschnauzendelfine {pl} (Lagenorhynchus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Weißschnauzendelfin (Lagenorhynchus albirostris)
Weißseitendelfin (Lagenorhynchus acutus)
Weißstreifendelfin (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens)
Schwarzdelfin (Lagenorhynchus obscurus)
Peale-Delfin (Lagenorhynchus australis)
Stundenglasdelfin (Lagenorhynchus cruciger)
lagenorhynchus dophins (zoological genus)
white-beaked dolphin
Atlantic white-sided dolphin
Pacific white-sided dolphin
dusky dolphin
Peale's dolphin
hourglass dolphin
Stejneger-Schnabelwal {m} (Mesoplodon stejnegeri) [zool.]
Stejneger's beaked whale; sabre-toothed beaked whale; Bering Sea beaked whale; North Pacific beaked whale
Walschutzzone {f}
Antarktische Walschutzzone
Walschutzzone Indischer Ozean
Mittelmeer-Walschutzzone (Italien, Frankreich, Monaco)
Südliche Walschutzzone
Walschutzzone Südpazifik (vorgeschlagen)
Antrag für weltweite Walschutzzone
whale sanctuary
Antarctic whale sanctuary
Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary
Mediterranean Whale Sanctuary (Italy, France, Monaco)
southern oceans whale sanctuary
South Pacific Whale Sanctuary (proposed)
Global Whale Sanctuary Petition
Walschutzzone {f}
Walschutzzonen {pl}
Antarktische Walschutzzone
Walschutzzone Indischer Ozean
Mittelmeer-Walschutzzone (Italien Frankreich Monaco)
Südliche Walschutzzone
Walschutzzone Südpazifik (vorgeschlagen)
Antrag für weltweite Walschutzzone
whale sanctuary
whale sanctuaries
Antarctic whale sanctuary
Indian Ocean Whale Sanctuary
Mediterranean Whale Sanctuary (Italy France Monaco)
southern oceans whale sanctuary
South Pacific Whale Sanctuary (proposed)
Global Whale Sanctuary Petition
Lebensbäume {pl}; Thujen {pl} (Thuja) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
abendländischer Lebensbaum {m}; Smaragd-Lebensbaum {m}; gewöhnliche Thuja Thuje {f} [Ös.]; abendländische Thuja Thuje {f} [Ös.] (Thuja occidentalis)
morgenländischer orientalischer Lebensbaum {m} (Thuja orientalis Platycladus orientalis)
Riesenlebensbaum {m}; Riesenthuja {f}; Riesenthuje {f} [Ös.]; Rotzeder {f} (Thuja gigantea Thuja plicata)
arborvitaes; arbor vitaes; thujas (botanical genus)
Eastern arborvitae; Eastern Northern white cedar; swamp cedar
Oriental arborvitae
giant arborvitae; giant cedar; Western Pacific red cedar; canoe cedar
pazifischer Feuerring {m}; zirkumpazifischer Feuerring {m}; Feuergürtel {m} [geol.]
Pacific Ring of Fire; Ring of Fire
Seetaucher {pl} (Gavia) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Eistaucher {m} (Gavia immer)
Gelbschnabel-Eistaucher {m} (Gavia adamsii)
Pazifiktaucher {m} (Gavia pacifica)
Prachttaucher {m}; Polartaucher {m} (Gavia arctica)
Sterntaucher {m} (Gavia stellata)
divers [Br.]; loons [Am.] (zoological genus)
common diver loon; great Northern diver loon
white-billed diver; yellow-billed loon
Pacific diver loon
black-throated diver loon Arctic diver loon
red-throated diver loon
Grindwale {pl}; Pilotwale {pl} (Globicephala) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Gewöhnlicher Grindwal {m}; Schwarzwal {m}; Langflossen-Grindwal {m} (Globicephala melas)
Indischer Grindwal {m}; Schwarzwal {m}; Kurzflossengrindwal {m} (Globicephala macrorhynchus)
pilot whales (zoological genus)
long-finned pilot whale; Atlantic pilot whale; Caaing whale; pothead; blackfish
short-finned pilot whale; shortfin pilot whale; pothead whale; pacific pilot whale
Algenfarne {pl} (Azolla) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gefiederter Algenfarn {m} (Azolla mexicana) [bot.]
großer Algenfarn {m}; Feenmoos {n} (Azolla filiculoides) [bot.]
kleiner Algenfarn {m}; Moskito-Algenfarn {m} (Azolla caroliniana) [bot.]
duckweed ferns; water ferns; mosquito ferns; fairy mosses (botanical genus)
floating-fern; Mexican mosquito water fern; Mexican azolla
water fern; large mosquito fern; Pacific mosquito fern
lesser water fern; fairy moss; Carolina mosquito fern
Tannen {pl} (Abies) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Algier-Tanne {f}; numidische Tanne {f} (Abies numidica)
Balsamtanne {f} (Abies balsamea)
Baishanzu-Tanne {f} (Abies beshanzuensis)
Blautanne {f}; blaue Edeltanne {f} (Abies procera glauca)
bulgarische Tanne (Abies borisii-regis)
Edeltanne {f}; pazifische Edeltanne {f}; Silbertanne {f} (Abies procera Abies nobilis)
Fabers Tanne {f} (Abies fabri)
Felsengebirgstanne {f} (Abies lasiocarpa)
Formosa-Tanne {f} (Abies kawakamii)
Fraser-Tanne {f} (Abies fraseri)
Goldtanne {f}; Prachttanne {f} (Abies magnifica)
Grannentanne {f}; Santa-Lucia-Tanne {f} (Abies bracteata)
Grautanne {f}; Kolorado-Tanne {f} (Abies concolor)
Guatemala-Tanne {f} (Abies guatemalensis)
griechische Tanne {f} (Abies cephalonica)
heilige Tanne {f} (Abies religiosa)
Himalaya-Tanne {f} (Abies spectabilis)
kilikische Tanne {f}; zilizische Tanne {f} (Abies cilicica)
Korea-Tanne {f} (Abies koreana)
Korktanne {f} (Abies lasiocarpa arizonica)
Küstentanne {f}; Riesentanne {f} (Abies grandis Abies excelsior)
Maries-Tanne {f} (Abies mariesii)
Min-Tanne {f} (Abies recurvata)
Momi-Tanne {f} (Abies firma)
Nadeltanne {f}; mandschurische Tanne {f} (Abies holophylla)
Nebrodi-Tanne {f} (Abies nebrodensis)
Nikko-Tanne {f} (Abies homolepis)
Nordmanntanne {f}; Kaukasus-Tanne {f} (Abies nordmanniana)
ostsibirische Tanne {f} (Abies nephrolepis)
Pindrow-Tanne {f} (Abies pindrow)
Purpurtanne {f} (Abies amabilis)
Sachalin-Tanne {f} (Abies sachalinensis)
Schensi-Tanne {f} (Abies chensiensis)
schuppenrindige Tanne {f} (Abies squamata)
sibirische Tanne {f} (Abies sibirica)
spanische Tanne {f} (Abies pinsapo)
Veitchs Tanne {f} (Abies veitchii)
Weißtanne {f}; Silbertanne {f} [ugs.]; Edeltanne {f} [ugs.] (Abies alba)
Yunnan-Tanne {f}; Delavays Tanne {f}; (Abies delavayi)
Ziyuan-Tanne {f} (Abies ziyuanensis)
firs (botanical genus)
Algerian fir
balsam fir
Baishanzu fir
blue fir
Bulgarian fir
noble fir
Faber's fir
subalpine fir; Rocky Mountain fir
Taiwan fir
Fraser fir; Southern balsam fir
red fir; silvertip fir
Bristlecone fir
Colorado white fir
Guatemalan fir
Greek fir
sacred fir
East Himalayan fir
Syrian fir; Cilician fir
Korean fir
corkbark fir
grand fir; giant fir; Western lowland white fir; Vancouver fir; Oregon fir
Maries' fir
Min fir
Momi fir; Japanese fir
needle fir; Manchurian fir
Sicilian fir
Nikko fir
Nordmann fir; Caucasian fir
Khinghan fir
Pindrow fir
Pacific silver fir; red fir; lovely fir; Cascades fir
Sakhalin fir
Shensi fir
flaky fir
Siberian fir
Spanish fir
Veitch's fir
European silver fir
Delavay's fir
Ziyuan fir

Deutsche Synonyme für Indopazifischer Schnabelwal {m} [zool.]

Englische Synonyme für Longman's beaked whale Pacific beaked whale Indo-Pacific beaked whale

Lexikoneinträge für Indo Pacific

Indo- () A prefix signifying Indian (i. e., East Indian)
Indo-Chinese (a.) Of or pertaining to Indo-China (i. e., Farther India, or India beyond the Ganges).
Indo-English (a.) Of or relating to the English who are born or reside in India
Indo-European (a.) Aryan
Indo-Germanic (a.) Same as Aryan, and Indo-European.
Indo-Germanic (a.) Pertaining to or denoting the Teutonic family of languages as related to the Sanskrit, or derived from the ancient Aryan language.
Pacific (a.) Of or pertaining to peace

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

Pacific spiny dogfish
Squalus suckleyi
dogfish of Pacific coast of North America
Pacific newt any of several rough-skinned newts found in western North America
Pacific giant salamander
Dicamptodon ensatus
large (to inches) salamander of western North America
Pacific tree toad
Hyla regilla
the most commonly heard frog on the Pacific coast of America
Pacific ridley
olive ridley
Lepidochelys olivacea
oliveolored sea turtle of tropical Pacific and Indian and the southern Atlantic oceans
Pacific bottlenose dolphin
Tursiops gilli
a bottlenose dolphin found in the Pacific Ocean
Pacific walrus
Odobenus divergens
a walrus of the Bering Sea and northern Pacific
Pacific cod
Alaska cod
Gadus macrocephalus
closely related to Atlantic cod
Pacific herring
Clupea harengus pallasii
important food fish of the northern Pacific
Pacific sardine
Sardinops caerulea
small pilchards common off the pacific coast of North America
Chile bonito
Chilean bonito
Pacific bonito
Sarda chiliensis
common bonito of Pacific coast of the Americas, its dark oily flesh cans well
Pacific tripletail
Lobotes pacificus
tripletail found in the Pacific
Pacific sturgeon
white sturgeon Sacramento sturgeon
Acipenser transmontanus
food and game fish of marine and fresh waters of northwestern coast of North America
Pacific halibut
Hippoglossus stenolepsis
a righteye flounder found in the Pacific
Indo-European
Indo-European language
Indo-Hittite
the family of languages that by BC were spoken throughout Europe and in parts of southwestern and southern Asia
Proto-Indo European
PIE
a prehistoric unrecorded language that was the ancestor of all Indo-European languages
Indo-Iranian
Indo-Iranian language
the branch of the Indo-European family of languages including the Indic and Iranian language groups
Indic
Indo-Aryan
a branch of the Indo-Iranian family of languages
Pacific Northwest a region of the northwestern United States usually including Washington and Oregon and sometimes southwestern British Columbia
North Pacific that part of the Pacific Ocean to the north of the equator
Pacific
Pacific Ocean
the largest ocean in the world
Pacific Coast a coast of the Pacific Ocean
South Pacific that part of the Pacific Ocean to the south of the equator
Aryan
Indo-European
a member of the prehistoric people who spoke Proto-Indo European
amabilis fir
white fir Pacific silver fir
red silver fir
Christmas tree Abies amabilis
medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers, leaves smell of orange when crushed
western hemlock
Pacific hemlock
west coast hemlock
Tsuga heterophylla
tall evergreen of western North America, commercially important timber tree
Pacific yew
California yew
western yew
Taxus brevifolia
small or medium irregularly branched tree of the Pacific coast of North America, yields fine hard close-grained wood
Sierra plum
Pacific plum
Prunus subcordata
shrub of the Pacific coast of the United States bearing small red insipid fruit
Pacific Time
Pacific Standard Time
PST
standard time in the th time zone west of Greenwich, reckoned at the th meridian west, used in far western states of the United States
pacific promoting peace, the result of this pacific policy was that no troops were called up
pacific peaceable disposed to peace or of a peaceful nature, the pacific temper seeks to settle disputes on grounds of justice rather than by force, a quiet and peaceable person, in a peaceable and orderly manner
Pacific relating to or bordering the Pacific Ocean, Pacific islands
Indo-European
Indo-Aryan
Aryan
of or relating to the former Indo-European people, Indo-European migrations
Indo-European Indo-Germanic of or relating to the Indo-European language family

 

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