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to dub sb./sth.
jdn./etw. taufen [Nickname]
to dub sb./sth. [give a nickname]jdm./etw. einen Spitznamen geben
to nickname sb. [call by a nickname]jdn. mit Spitznamen nennen
to nickname sb. [call by a nickname]jdn. bei seinem Spitznamen nennen
moniker [coll.] [nickname]
Spitzname {m}
film Tinseltown [coll.] [nickname for Hollywood]
Traumfabrik {f} [Hollywood]
Buckeye [Am.] [coll.] [nickname for a native or resident of Ohio]
Buckeye {m} [Spitzname für eine in Ohio geborene oder lebende Person]
comp. Internet nick [short: nickname]
Nick {m} [ugs.]
sports [nickname of Bayer Leverkusen (football club)]
Werkself {f} [Bayer Leverkusen]
aviat. mil. Huey [Am.] [coll.] [nickname of the Bell UH-1 helicopter]
Huey {m} [umganssprachliche Bezeichnung des Bell UH-1 Hubschraubers]
geogr. Illinois <IL> [dated abbr.: <lll.>] [nickname: "Prairie State"]
Illinois {n} [US-Bundesstaat]
geogr. ["little country"; local nickname for the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg]
Ländle {n} [südd.] [ugs.] [Baden-Württemberg]
sports [nickname of Schalke 04 (football club)]
Königsblaue {pl}
mil. naut. [nickname for a German sailor, esp. in the naval forces]
Seelord {m} [ugs.] [Matrose, bes. in den Seestreitkräften]
hist. mil. ["Gray wolves"-- nickname of the WW II German submarines]Graue Wölfe {pl} [Deutschland, 2. WK, Spitzname für die U-Boote der Kriegsmarine]
sports ["the Billy Goats": nickname of the football team of the 1. FC Köln / Cologne, Germany]die Geißböcke {pl} [Spitzname für die Mannschaft des 1. FC Köln]
pol. ["The Dots Party"; nickname for the FDP, officially named "F.D.P." 1968-2001]die Pünktchenpartei {f} [pej.] [Bezeichnung für die FDP, 1968-2001 offiziell "F.D.P."]
sports ["the Kleeblätter" (cloverleaves): nickname of the German soccer / football team of the Spielvereinigiung / SpVgg Greuther Fürth, Bavaria]die Kleeblätter {pl} [Spitzname für die Mannschaft der Spielvereinigung / SpVgg Greuther Fürth]
sports [German nickname for Argentina's national football team]die Gauchos {pl} [ugs.] [auch pej.] [Spitzname für die Spieler der argentinischen Fußballnationalmannschaft]
hist. mil. [literally: "chain-dogs", pejorative nickname of uniformed military police units of German forces of the 19th and 20th century]Kettenhunde {pl} [fig.] [ugs.] [Bezeichnung der Feldgendarmerie in dt. Streitkräften des 19. und 20. Jh.]
[nickname for Austria]Alpenrepublik {f}
sports [nickname for members of the sports club of Bayer Leverkusen]Farbenstädter {pl} [ugs.] [Spitzname für Sportvereine/Sportler von Bayer Leverkusen]
[nickname for policemen in Hamburg]Udel {m} [ugs.] [auch Udl] [Hamburger Spottname für Polizisten]
film hist. name [nickname for the film actress Kristina Söderbaum, translated e.g. as: the water corpse of the Reich, most prominent water corpse in the Reich, the National Drowned Corpse]Reichswasserleiche {f} [Spottname für die Filmschauspielerin Kristina Söderbaum]
geogr. [nickname of Frankfurt]Bankfurt {n} [ugs.]
mil. naut. [nickname of German sailors, esp. in sea forces]Seelords {pl} [ugs.] [Matrosen besonders in den Seestreitkräften]
mil. [nickname of the quartermaster sergeant in German armed forces]Kammerbulle {m} [Militärjargon] [Unteroffizier, der die Kleiderkammer unter sich hat]
sports [nickname of the Swiss national soccer team]Nati {f} [ugs.] [schweiz. für: Schweizer Fußballnationalmannschaft]
hist. mil. [nickname of WW II German female Wehrmacht assistant personnel]Blitzmädel {n} [ugs.] [auch: Blitzmädchen] [Wehrmachtshelferin]
[often pejorative nickname for exceedingly eager and convinced National Socialist young men] [Germany, after 1933]Quex {m} [ugs.] [oft pej.]
hist. [pejorative nickname for a Russian or Soviet soldier and the Red Army]Iwan {m} [veraltet] [pej.]
[pejorative nickname for a small German person; in particular Joseph Goebbels]Schrumpfgermane {m} [pej.]
mil. [WWII, German armed forces, nickname for graduates of abbreviated training courses]Notkonfirmierte {pl}
mil. [WWII, German nickname of the Soviet submachine gun PPSh 41]Balalaika {f} [ugs.] [2. WK, Spitzname der sowjetischen MPi PPSh 41]
agname [nickname]Spitzname {m}
hist. mil. bonesack [nickname for German parachute jump smock during WW II]Knochensack {m} [Scherzname für Sprunganzug der dt. Fallschirmjäger im 2. WK]
hist. weapons Broomhandle [nickname of the Mauser C96 pistol]Besenstiel-Mauser {f} [auch: Besenstiel-Pistole] [Spitzname der Pistole Mauser C96]
Crackberry [Am.] [hum.] [coll.] [nickname for a Blackberry smart phone]Blackberry {n}
flickertails [also capitalized] [nickname for North Dakotans]Prärieziesel {pl} [selten] [Spitzname für Menschen aus North Dakota (USA)]
aviat. hist. mil. gunbird [WWII, Germany, nickname of the Ju 87 G ground attack aircraft]Kanonenvogel {m} [2. WK, Spitzname des Ju 87 G Schlachtflugzeuges]
name pol. JFK [most prominent nickname of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy]John F. Kennedy {m} <JFK>
sports Matildas [Aus.] [nickname for the Australia women's national soccer team]Matildas {pl} [Spitzname für die australische Fußballnationalmannschaft der Frauen]
name Meg [nickname for Margaret]Margarete {f}
Mudcat [Am.] [nickname for a Mississippian][Spitzname für eine Person aus dem Mississippi-Delta]
sports Oranje [nickname for the Netherlands national football team]Oranje-Team {n}
ethn. Prussian [as Bavarian colloquial nickname for all northern German people]Preiß {m} [bayer.] [ugs.] [Preuße]
Sawney [Br.] [coll.] [obsolete nickname for a Scotsman][alter Spitzname für: Schotte]
mil. skipper [Am.] [coll.] [USMC nickname for a commanding officer of a of rifle company]Kompaniechef {m}
mil. slick [Am.] [nickname for Bell UH-1D transport helicopter](Bell UH-1D) Hubschrauber {m}
sports Socceroos {pl} [Aus.] [nickname for the Australia men's national soccer team]Socceoss {pl} [Spitzname für die australische Fußballnationalmannschaft der Männer]
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