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Dictionary English German: [native]

Translation 1 - 74 of 74

English German
homegrown {adj} [native, indigenous]
34
einheimisch
Verbs
to ostracize [banish from native country]
355
verbannen
to expatriate [banish from native country]
24
verbannen
Nouns
ethn. relig. powwow [of Native Americans]
35
Versammlung {f}
injun [Am.] [pej.] [racial slur for a Native American]
33
Rothaut {f} [pej.] [auch hum.]
ling. natives [short: native speakers]
24
Muttersprachler {pl}
expatriate [banished from native country]
13
Ausgebürgerter {m}
cloth. headdress [worn by Native Americans]
13
Federschmuck {m}
ethn. redskin [offensive] [Native American]
12
Indianer {m} [heute von manchen als diskriminierend empfunden]
injun [racial slur for a Native American] [Am.] [pej.]
10
[beleidigende Bezeichnung für Indianerin]
Buckeye [Am.] [coll.] [nickname for a native or resident of Ohio]
9
Buckeye {m} [Spitzname für eine in Ohio geborene oder lebende Person]
ethn. wampum [strings or belts of shell beads, used as money etc. by some Native Americans]
8
Wampum {n} [Gürtel aus Muscheln und Schnecken als Zahlungsmittel und Urkunde bei einigen Indianerstämmen Nordamerikas]
expellee [ethnic and native Germans expelled from other countries after WW II]
7
Heimatvertriebener {m}
[Finnish citizen whose native language is Swedish]
5
Finnländer {m} [Finnlandschwede]
archi. ethn. pithouse [native American type of dwelling]
5
Erdhaus {n}
[a non-native resident of Munich, Germany]Wahlmünchener {m}
[a non-native resident of Munich, Germany] [female]Wahlmünchenerin {f}
geogr. [female native of Canton Solothurn in Switzerland]Solothurnerin {f}
[female native of the city of St. Gallen / St Gall or of the Swiss canton of St. Gallen / St Gall]Sankt Gallenerin {f} <St. Gallenerin> [auch: Sankt-Gallenerin]
[female native of the city of St. Gallen / St Gall or of the Swiss canton of St. Gallen / St Gall]Sankt Gallerin {f} <St. Gallerin> [auch: Sankt-Gallerin]
ethn. [female native of the city of Zug or of the Swiss canton of Zug]Zugerin {f}
[female native of the Swiss town of Engelberg in Obwalden Canton]Engelbergerin {f}
ethn. [male native or inhabitant of Zug, Switzerland]Zuger {m}
[native of Canton Solothurn in Switzerland]Solothurner {m}
ethn. geogr. Aeginetan [inhabitant or native of Aegina]Äginete {m}
ethn. Aleppine [native or inhabitant of Aleppo]Aleppiner {m}
hist. amah [native nanny in colonial times]eingeborene Kinderfrau {f} [bes. Ostasien]
ethn. Anatolian [a native or inhabitant of Anatolia]Anatolier {m}
geogr. Antigua [also known as Waladli or Wadadli by the native population]Antigua {n} [Insel der Kleinen Antillen]
Antwerpian [native or inhabitant of Antwerp]Antwerpener {m}
hist. ayah [native nanny in colonial times]eingeborene Kinderfrau {f}
Bernese [inhabitant / native of Bern or the Canton of Berne]Berner {m}
Bruxellois [native or inhabitant of Brussels]Brüsseler {m}
Caulkhead [coll.] [also: caulkhead] [native of the Isle of Wight][Bewohner der Isle of Wight]
Clydesider [Scot.] [native or resident of the region along the River Clyde][Bewohner des Clydegebiets]
ethn. Indian [female Central or South American native]Indiofrau {f}
Jutlander [native or inhabitant of Jutland]Jütländer {m} [Person, gebürtig oder wohnhaft in Jütland]
geogr. Jutlander [native or inhabitant of Jutland] [female]Jütländerin {f} [Mädchen oder Frau, gebürtig oder wohnhaft in Jütland]
kelper [coll.] [native or inhabitant of the Falkland Islands]Falkländer {m}
ethn. Kickapoo [member of a Native American nation]Kickapoo {m}
hist. Lacedaemonian [a native or inhabitant of Lacedaemon, an area of ancient Greece]Lakedaimonier {m}
ethn. Marseillais [native or inhabitant of Marseilles]Marseiller {m}
Mecklenburgian [female] [native or inhabitant of Mecklenburg]Mecklenburgerin {f}
Mecklenburgian [native or inhabitant of Mecklenburg]Mecklenburger {m}
cloth. ethn. moocha [loincloth (made of animals' tails or strips of animal skin) worn by native peoples of South Africa]Moocha {f} [Lendentuch]
Moonraker [Br.] [coll.] [a native of the county of Wiltshire][Spitzname für Einwohner aus der Grafschaft Wiltshire; wörtl. "Mondharker"]
educ. munshi [Ind.] [also spelled moonshee] [native language instructor, esp. in British India]Munschi {m} [einheimischer Sprachlehrer, bes. in Britisch-Indien]
ethn. Omaha [Native American people]Omaha {pl}
Pekingese [native or inhabitant of Beijing]Pekinger {m}
mineral. rosickyite [a mineral γ-S consisting of native sulfur in the gamma crystal form]Rosickyit {m}
ethn. smudging [Native American ceremony]traditionelle Rauchzeremonie {f}
Victorian [native or inhabitant of Victoria, the state or any of the cities]Victorianer {m} [Einwohner des austral. Bundesstaats Victoria oder einer Stadt dieses Namens]
2 Words: Others
full-blood {adj} [Am.] [mostly dated] [esp. Indian, Native American, etc.]Vollblut-
non-native {adj} [referring to non-Native Americans]nicht-indianisch
2 Words: Nouns
ethn. relig. Bene Israel [a native Jewish community in India]Beni {pl} Israel [auch Benai Israel, B'nai Israel, Bani Israel]
ling. Fon (language) [native name: Fon gbè]Fon {n} [Eigenbezeichnung: Fɔngbè]
ethn. Hackensack (people) [Native American tribe]Hackensack {pl} [Indianerstamm]
home town [native town]Heimatgemeinde {f}
hist. Modoc War [native American history]Modoc-Krieg {m}
ethn. relig. native religion [Am.] [in a North American context: American Indian, Native American]indianische Religion {f}
ling. non-natives [short: non-native speakers]Nicht-Muttersprachler {pl}
ethn. hist. peace chief [Native Americans]Friedenshäuptling {m} [nordamerik. Indianer]
red man [pej.] [Native American]roter Mann {m} [pej.] [Indianer]
ethn. Tappan (people) [Native American tribe]Tappan {pl} [Indianerstamm]
ethn. Tsembaga (Maring) [New Guinea native people]Tsembaga {pl}
ethn. hist. war chief [Native Americans]Kriegshäuptling {m} [nordamerik. Indianer]
women trafficking [common but non-native English] [preferred: trafficking in women]Frauenhandel {m}
3 Words: Nouns
mus. blue corn dance [pueblo Native Americans]Blue-Corn-Tanz {m} [Pueblo-Indianer]
ethn. hist. Five Civilized Tribes [Native American nations]Fünf Zivilisierte Stämme {pl}
mil. locally employed civilian [native employee of military forces abroad]lokaler Zivilangestellter {m} [einheimischer Angestellter von Streitkräften im Ausland]
5+ Words: Others
myth. gone to the happy hunting grounds {past-p} [Native American mythology, fig.] [died]in die ewigen Jagdgründe eingegangen [fig.] [gestorben, meist ugs.]
5+ Words: Verbs
idiom myth. to go to the happy hunting grounds [Native American mythology, fig.] [to die]in die ewigen Jagdgründe eingehen [fig.] [sterben, meist ugs.]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
gastr. zool. T
gastr. zool. T
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