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English-German translation for: [Göttin]
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Dictionary English German: [Göttin]

Translation 1 - 22 of 22

EnglishGerman
lion {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cub, family, hunt, goddess]
26
Löwen- [z. B. Junges, Familie, Jagd, Göttin]
Nouns
myth. Nemesis [goddess of divine retribution and vengeance]
39
Nemesis {f} [Göttin der Vergeltung und Gerechtigkeit]
relig. Diwali [Hindu festival honouring goddess Lakshmi]
12
Diwali {n} [hinduistisches Fest zu Ehren der Göttin Lakshmi]
myth. relig. Isis
6
Isis {f} [ägyptische Göttin]
relig. AnatAnat {f} [altorient. Göttin]
myth. relig. Aurora [Roman goddess of the dawn]Aurora {f} [römische Göttin der Morgenröte]
myth. relig. BastetBastet {f} [ägyptische Göttin]
myth. Ersa [Greek goddess]Ersa {f} [griechische Göttin]
hist. myth. relig. FreyjaFreya {f} [germanische Göttin]
hist. myth. relig. FreyjaFreyja {f} [auch: Freia] [germanische Göttin der Liebe und der Fruchtbarkeit]
hist. relig. Ishara [goddess]Ischara {f} [Göttin]
myth. JunoJuno {f} [höchste röm. Göttin]
myth. relig. Nunet [also: Naunet] [Egyptian goddess]Naunet {f} [ägyptische Göttin]
myth. relig. Nekhbet [also: Nekhebit] [Egyptian goddess]Nechbet {f} [auch: Nechebet] [ägyptische Göttin]
myth. relig. Nephthys [Egyptian goddess]Nephthys {f} [ägyptische Göttin]
myth. relig. SekhmetSachmet {f} [ägyptische Göttin]
myth. Seshat [goddess of the art of writing]Seschat {f} [Göttin der Schreibkunst / Kalligraphie]
myth. Seshat [goddess of the art of writing]Seschet {f} [Göttin der Schreibkunst / Kalligraphie]
myth. relig. Styx [goddess; nymph]Styx {f} [Göttin; Nymphe]
myth. relig. TefnutTefnut {f} [ägyptische Göttin]
myth. TycheTyche {f} [griechische Göttin]
myth. relig. Uni [Etruscan goddess]Uni {f} [etruskische Göttin]
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