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cunctator [rare]Kunktator {m} [veraltet]
cunctator [rare] [delayer]Cunctator {m} [veraltet] [Zauderer]
Cundinamarca tapaculo [Scytalopus (griseicollis) infasciatus] Südlicher Rostbürzeltapaculo {m}
cundurango [Marsdenia cundurango]Kondurangostrauch {m}
cundurango [Marsdenia cundurango]Condurango {f} [Kondurangostrauch]
cundurango [Marsdenia cundurango]Kondurango {f} [Kondurangostrauch]
cundurango [Marsdenia cundurango] Condurangostrauch {m} [fachspr. Rsv.]
cuneate [wedge-shaped]keilförmig
cuneate fox-spider [Alopecosa cuneata]Dickfuß-Pantherspinne / Dickfußpantherspinne {f}
cuneate fox-spider [Alopecosa cuneata] Keilförmige Tarantel {f}
cuneate nucleus Nucleus cuneatus {m}
cunei {pl} [wedge-shaped blocks of seats in ancient Roman theaters] Zuschauerblöcke {pl} [in antiken römischen Theatern] [Cunei]
cuneiform Keilschrift {f}
cuneiform bone Keilbein {n}
cuneiform characterKeilschriftzeichen {n}
cuneiform characters Keilschriftzeichen {pl}
cuneiform law [also: Cuneiform law]Keilschriftrecht {n}
cuneiform process [Processus cuneiformis] Keilknorpel {m}
cuneiform script Keilschrift {f}
cuneiform tablet Keilschrifttafel {f}
cuneiform text Keilschrifttext {m}
cuneiform writing Keilschrift {f}
cuneonavicular kuneonavikular
cuneonavicular das Keilbein und das Kahnbein betreffend
cuneonavicular joint [Articulatio cuneonavicularis] Kuneonavikulargelenk {n}
cuneonavicular ligaments [Ligamenta cuneonavicularia] Ligamenta cuneonavicularia {pl}
cuneus Cuneus {m}
cuneus [in ancient Roman theaters] Cuneus {m} [Zuschauerblock, antikes Theater]
Cunha's caecilian [Typhlonectes compressicauda] Schwimmwühle {f}
cunnilinctus Cunnilingus {m}
cunnilingus Cunnilingus {m}
cunnilingus Kunnilingus {m} [Rsv.]
cunning listig
cunningDurchtriebenheit {f}
cunninggerissen [ugs.]
cunningList {f} [Täuschung]
cunningGerissenheit {f} [ugs.]
cunningraffiniert [schlau]
cunning clever
cunning Cleverness {f}
cunning abgefeimt
cunning gewitzt
cunning Raffinement {n}
cunninggewieft [ugs.]
cunning Schläue {f}
cunning ausgefuchst [ugs.]
cunning Arglist {f}
cunning Raffinesse {f} [Schlauheit]
cunning Raffiniertheit {f} [Gerissenheit]
cunning gefinkelt [österr.]
cunning Schlauheit {f} [Gerissenheit]
cunning Abgefeimtheit {f} [Charakterzug]
cunningGewitztheit {f} [Schlauheit, Gerissenheit]
cunning [device] ausgeklügelt
cunning fellow schlauer Fuchs {m} [fig.]
cunning old bird [fig.]alter Fuchs {m} [ugs.] [fig.]
Cunningham Glacier Cunningham-Gletscher {m}
cunningly schlau
cunningly schlauerweise [gerissen]
cunningnessKlugheit {f}
cunny [Scot.] [vulg.]Möse {f} [vulg.]
cunny [Scot.] [vulg.] Fotze {f} [vulg.]
cunt [vulg.]Maus {f} [vulg.] [Vagina]
cunt [vulg.] [offensive, if used for a person]Fut {f} [vulg.] [österr., sonst selten] [Vulva, Vagina] [als Anrede sexistisch]
cunt [vulg.] [offensive]Möse {f} [derb]
cunt [vulg.] [offensive] Mistkerl {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
cunt [vulg.] [offensive]Votze {f} [vulg.] [Rsv.] [beleidigend]
cunt [vulg.] [pej.] [offensive] Fotze {f} [vulg.] [pej.] [beleidigend]
cunt [vulg.] [pej.] [offensive] Bixn {f} [bayer.] [vulg.] [pej.] [beleidigend]
cunt cap [Am.] [coll.] [side cap] Schiffchen {n}
cunting [vulg.] [fucking] verschissen [vulg.]
cuntlicker [vulg.]Mösenlecker {m} [vulg.]
cunts [vulg.] Fotzen {pl} [vulg.]
cunt-splice Buchtsplissung {f}
cuntstick [sl.] [vulg.] [pej.] Kretin {m} [pej.]
cuntstruck [sl.] [coarse] [also spelled cunt-struck]weibstoll
cupAußenring {m}
cupPokal {m} [Sportpokal]
cup Tasse {f}
cup Schale {f} [österr.] [südd.] [Tasse]
cup Häferl {n} [österr.] [ugs.]
cup Cup {m} [Pokal]
cup Obertasse {f} [im Gegensatz zur Untertasse]
cupPott {m} [ugs.] [Pokal]
cup [bra] Körbchen {n} [BH]
cup [bra]Cup {m} [Schale des Büstenhalters; Körbchen]
cup [crown] Krone {f} [Geweih]
cup [esp. without handle] Becher {m}
cup [goblet, chalice] [also fig.]Kelch {m} [auch fig.]
cup [trophy] Pokal {m}
cup [without handle]Napf {m}
cup and saucer Ober- und Untertasse
cup and saucer (bellflower) [Campanula medium, syn.: C. medium var. calycanthema] Marien-Glockenblume / Marienglockenblume {f}
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