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harpsichord concertoCembalokonzert {n} [Komposition]
harpsichord makerCembalobauer {m}
harpsichord makingCembalobau {m}
harpsichord musicCembalomusik {f} [auch: Cembalo-Musik]
harpsichord part Cembalostimme {f}
harpsichord part Cembalopart {m}
harpsichord playerCembalist {m}
harpsichord player Cembalospieler {m}
harpsichord player [female] Cembalistin {f}
harpsichord player [female] Cembalospielerin {f}
harpsichord playing Cembalospiel {n}
harpsichord repertoire Cembalorepertoire {n} [auch: Cembalo-Repertoire]
harpsichord sonata Cembalosonate {f}
harpsichord teacher Cembalolehrer {m} [auch: Cembalo-Lehrer]
harpsichord teacher [female] Cembalolehrerin {f} [auch: Cembalo-Lehrerin]
harpsichord with one choir of stringseinchöriges Cembalo {n}
harpsichordistCembalist {m}
harpsichordist [female] Cembalistin {f}
harpsichordsCembali {pl}
harptail blenny [Meiacanthus mossambicus]Afrikanischer Leierschwanz-Schleimfisch {m}
harptail blenny [Meiacanthus mossambicus] Mosambik-Säbelzahnschleimfisch {m}
Harpy Harpyie {f}
harpy [grasping person]Hyäne {f} [ugs.] [profitgieriger Mensch]
harpy eagle [Harpia harpyja] Harpyie {f}
harquebus Hakenbüchse {f} [hist. Schusswaffe]
harquebusArquebuse {f}
harquebusier Arkebusier {m} [Soldat mit Arkebuse]
harridan alter Drachen {m} [abwertend: zänkische alte Frau]
harridan Xanthippe {f} [ugs.]
harried geplündert
harried gehetzt [geplagt, mitgenommen]
harried gestresst
harriedgenervt [ugs.]
harrierPlünderer {m}
harrierQuerfeldeinläufer {m}
harrier [dog] Harrier {m}
harrier [genus Circus] Weihe {f} [Greifvogel]
Harrier [military aircraft] Harrier {f} [senkrecht startendes brit. Kampfflugzeug]
harriers [subfamily Circinae]Weihen {pl} [Unterfamilie der Habichtartigen]
harriet Harriet {m}
Harriet Craig [Vincent Sherman] Die Lügnerin
Harriet the Spy [Bronwen Hughes]Harriet, die kleine Detektivin
Harrington implant Harrington-Stab {m} [auch: Harringtonstab]
Harrington implant [Harrington rod]Harrington-Implantat {n}
Harrington jacketHarringtonjacke {f}
Harrington rodHarrington-Stab {m} [auch: Harringtonstab]
Harrington's desmomys [Desmomys harringtoni] Harrington-Ratte {f}
Harrington's rat [Desmomys harringtoni]Harrington-Ratte {f}
Harris' hawk [spv.] [Parabuteo unicinctus] Wüstenbussard {m}
Harris matrixHarris-Matrix {f}
Harris mud crab [Rhithropanopeus harrisii, syn.: Panopeus wurdemannii, Pilumnus harrisii] Zuiderzeekrabbe {f}
Harris mud crab [Rhithropanopeus harrisii, syn.: Panopeus wurdemannii, Pilumnus harrisii] Brackwasserkrabbe {f}
Harris Tweed Harris-Tweed {m}
harrisonite [Ca(Fe,Mg)6 [PO4|SiO4]2] Harrisonit {m}
Harrison's deep-sea dogfish [Centrophorus harrissoni] Harrisons Schlingerhai {m}
Harrison's dogfish [Centrophorus harrissoni] Harrisons Schlingerhai {m}
Harrison's gerbil [Gerbillus mesopotamiae]Mesopotamische Rennmaus {f}
Harrison's groove Harrison'sche Furche {f}
Harrison's groove harrisonsche Furche {f}
Harrison's pencilfish [Nannostomus harrisoni]Goldbinden-Ziersalmler {m}
Harrison's sulcus Harrison'sche Furche {f}
Harrison's sulcusharrisonsche Furche {f}
Harrison's tube-nosed bat [Murina harrisoni] Harrison-Röhrennasenfledermaus {f}
Harris's antelope (ground) squirrel [Ammospermophilus harrisii]Harris-Antilopenziesel {m} [österr. meist {n}]
Harris's hawk [Parabuteo unicinctus] Wüstenbussard {m}
Harris's sparrow [Zonotrichia querula] Harrisammer {f} [fachspr. auch {m}]
harrow Egge {f}
harrow disc Eggenscheibe {f}
harrow hitch bar Eggebalken {m}
harrow linkEggenglied {n}
harrow link Eggenfeld {n}
harrow link Eggensektion {f}
harrow sectionEggenfeld {n}
harrow spikeEggenzinken {m}
harrow spikeEggenzahn {m}
harrow tine Eggenzinken {m}
harrow tineEggenzahn {m}
harrow tooth Eggenzinken {m}
harrowed [look etc.] gequält
harroweederAggerbürste {f} [Egge]
harroweederStriegel {m} [Egge]
harrowerEgger {m}
harrowing grauenvoll
harrowingEggen {n}
harrowing entsetzlich
harrowing erschütternd
harrowing qualvoll
harrowing grauenhaft
harrowing experience grauenhafte Erfahrung {f}
Harrowing of Hell Höllenfahrt {f} Christi
harrowingly qualvoll
harrowsEggen {pl}
harrumph [a clearing of the throat] Räusperer {m} [ugs.] [(kurzes) Räuspern]
HarryHeinrich {m}
Harry [Nebenform des Vornamens Henry oder, seltener, Harold]
harry [sl.] Heroin {n}
Harry & Son [Paul Newman] Harry & Sohn
Harry and the Hendersons [William Dear] Bigfoot und die Hendersons
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