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anat. alimentary {adj} [e.g. tract, system, organ]
61
Verdauungs- [z. B. Trakt, System, Organ]
wasted {adj} [of an organ or body part]
23
verkümmert
anat. med. centripetal {adj} [passing inward (as from a sense organ to the brain or spinal cord)]
18
afferent [zentripetal; sensibles od. sensorisches Neuron]
med. macular {adj}
18
fleckenförmig [z. B. Bezirk an oder in einem Organ]
anat. med. efferent {adj}
16
herausführend [von einem Organ herkommend]
anat. med. efferent {adj}
11
herausleitend [von einem Organ herkommend]
med. intracavitary {adj} [within an organ or body cavity]
9
intrakavitär [in einer Organ- oder Körperhöhle]
anat. biol. tech. tactile {adj} [attr.] [e.g. corpuscle, organ, receptor, sense, sensation]
7
Tast- [z. B. Körperchen, Organ, Rezeptor, Sinn, Empfindung]
mus. spec. overblown {adj} [organ pipe, flute, any wind instrument]
6
überblasend [Orgelpfeife, Flöte, andere Blasinstrumente]
med. macular {adj}
5
fleckförmig [z. B. Bezirk an oder in einem Organ]
digging {adj} [attr.] [e.g. fork, organ, stick]Grab- [Grabe-] [z. B. Gabel, Organ, Stock]
Verbs
mus. to registrate [organ]
9
registrieren [Orgel]
mus. to roll [sound of an organ]
9
brausen [Orgel]
Nouns
anat. organ
76
Körperteil {m} [Organ]
mus. barrel [i.e. barrel organ & piano]
49
Walze {f} [Musikautomaten]
dent. med. cavity [in a body or organ, tooth decay]
27
Kavität {f} [Hohlraum, Aushöhlung]
med. exposure [of an organ, vessel]
25
Freilegen {n} [eines Organs, Gefäßes]
mus. reed [in an instrument or organ pipe]
17
Zunge {f} [in einem Musikinstrument oder einer Orgelpfeife]
zool. dugs {pl} [udder]
16
Euter {n} [als Organ mit mehreren Zitzen]
mus. calliope [steam organ]
11
Dampfpfeifenorgel {f}
anat. appendix
10
[einem Organ anhängendes Gebilde]
mus. division [of an organ]
10
Werk {n} [einer Orgel]
mus. languid [part of an organ pipe]
9
Kern {m} [Teil einer Orgelpfeife]
mus. façade [of an organ] [spv.] [facade]
8
Prospekt {m} [österr. auch {n}] [einer Orgel]
mus. clarion [bugle and organ stop]
7
Clairon {n} [Signalhorn und Orgelregister]
anat. organon [Greek for: organ]
6
Organ {n}
mus. [8' organ stop]Aequal {n} [8'-Orgelregister]
mus. [flute-based organ stop]Schwegel {f} [veraltet] [Orgelregister]
mus. [flute-based organ stop]Schwiegel {f} [Orgelregister]
mus. [obsolete organ pipe]Bauerflöte {f}
mus. [obsolete organ pipe]Bauernflöte {f}
mus. [obsolete organ pipe]Bauernpfeife {f}
mus. [obsolete organ pipe]Bauerpfeife {f}
mus. [obsolete organ stop]Bärpfeife {f} [Orgelregister]
hist. journ. [official organ of the Austrian Socialist / Social Democratic Party]Arbeiterzeitung {f}
mus. [organ reed stop]Cink {m} [veraltet] [Orgelregister]
mus. [organ stop]Bordunflöte {f} [Orgelregister]
mus. [organ toy stop with ringing bells]Cimbelstern {m} [Rsv.] [Orgelregister]
mus. [organ toy stop with ringing bells]Zimbelstern {m} [Orgelregister]
mus. [reed organ stop]Apfelregal {n}
mus. action [organ]Traktur {f} [Orgel]
mus. Barem [organ stop]Barem {n} [Orgelregister]
mus. biphone [organ pipe register]Biphon {n} [Orgelregister]
mus. blower [organ]Balgwerk {n}
mus. blower [organ]Windwerk {n} [Orgel]
mus. bombardon [organ stop]Bombardon {n} [Orgelregister]
mus. borrows [organ stops][Extension eines Orgelregisters als eigenes Register]
bot. cantil [organ in Arabidopsis thaliana]Cantil {m}
mus. celestina [barrel organ]Celestina-Drehorgel {f}
mus. chiff [organ pipe]klare Ansprache {f} [Orgelpfeife, bes. Prinzipal]
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