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Jamaican fruit bat [Artibeus jamaicensis] Jamaika-Fruchtfledermaus {f}
Jamaican giant anole [Anolis garmani]Jamaika-Anolis {m}
Jamaican horse bean [Canavalia gladiata, syn.: C. incurva, Canavaia gladiata, Dolichos gladiata / gladiatus, Malocchia gladiata](Windende) Schwertbohne {f}
Jamaican horse bean [Canavalia gladiata, syn.: C. incurva, Canavaia gladiata, Dolichos gladiata / gladiatus, Malocchia gladiata] Fetischbohne {f}
Jamaican hutia [Geocapromys brownii] Jamaika-Ferkelratte {f}
Jamaican iguana [Cyclura collei] Jamaika-Leguan {m}
Jamaican least pauraqué [Siphonorhis americana]Jamaika-Nachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican least pauraqué [Siphonorhis americana]Kleine Jamaika-Nachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican least pauraqué [Siphonorhis americana]Jamaika-Ziegenmelker {m}
Jamaican lizard cuckoo [Saurothera vetula]Jamaikakuckuck {m}
Jamaican mango [Anthracothorax mango] Jamaikamango {m}
Jamaican mango [Anthracothorax mango]Jamaikamangokolibri {m}
Jamaican monkey [Xenothrix mcgregori] [extinct]Jamaika-Affe {m} [ausgestorben]
Jamaican oriole [Icterus leucopteryx] Jamaikatrupial {m}
Jamaican oriole [Icterus leucopteryx]Jamaicatrupial {m}
Jamaican owl [Pseudoscops grammicus]Jamaikaeule {f}
Jamaican pauraque [Siphonorhis americana] Jamaika-Nachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican pauraque [Siphonorhis americana]Kleine Jamaika-Nachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican pauraque [Siphonorhis americana]Jamaika-Ziegenmelker {m}
Jamaican pauraque [Siphonorhis americanus, syn.: S. americana, S. brewsteri]Jamaikanachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican petrel [Pterodroma caribbaea] [probably extinct] Jamaika-Sturmvogel {m} [wahrscheinlich ausgestorben]
Jamaican poorwill [Siphonorhis americana]Jamaika-Nachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican poorwill [Siphonorhis americana]Kleine Jamaika-Nachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican poorwill [Siphonorhis americana] Jamaika-Ziegenmelker {m}
Jamaican poorwill / poor-will [Siphonorhis americanus, syn.: S. americana, S. brewsteri] Jamaikanachtschwalbe {f}
Jamaican red bat [Lasiurus degelidus, syn.: Lasiurus (Lasiurus) degelidus]Jamaika-Rotfledermaus {f}
Jamaican slider [Trachemys terrapen] Antillen-Schmuckschildkröte {f}
Jamaican spindalis [Spindalis nigricephala] Jamaika-Streifenkopftangare {f}
Jamaican stippled sphaero [Sphaerodactylus argus]Antillen-Kugelfingergecko {m}
Jamaican stippled sphaero [Sphaerodactylus argus] Antillen-Kugelfingergecko {m}kuckuck
Jamaican stripe-headed tanager [Spindalis nigricephala]Jamaika-Streifenkopftangare {f}
Jamaican tanager [Spindalis nigricephala]Jamaika-Streifenkopftangare {f}
Jamaican tody [Todus todus]Grüntodi {m}
Jamaican tody [Todus todus]Jamaikatodi {m}
Jamaican (white-eyed) vireo [Vireo modestus]Jamaikavireo {m}
Jamaican woodpecker [Melanerpes radiolatus]Jamaikaspecht {m}
Jamaican (yellow) boa [Chilabothrus subflavus, syn.: Epicrates subflavus]Jamaika-Boa {f}
(Jamaican) field cricket [Gryllus assimilis, syn.: Acheta assimilis, Gryllulus abbreviatus, G. assimilis]Steppengrille {f}
(Jamaican) PatoisPatois {n} [Jamaikanische Kreolsprache]
Jamaicans Jamaikaner {pl}
jamais vuJamais-vu {n}
Jamal [Rhinecanthus aculeatus] Picasso-Drückerfisch {m}
jamb Pfosten {m} [Türpfosten, Fensterpfosten]
jamb Zarge {f}
jamb linerTürfutter {n}
jamb statuesGewändefiguren {pl}
jamb wallDrempel {m}
jambalaya Jambalaya {n} [aus Louisiana stammendes Gericht aus Reis, Schinken und Meeresfrüchten]
Jambalaya Jake [Darkwing Duck] Jambalaya Jambo
Jambandu indigobird [Vidua raricola] Jambanduwitwe {f}
jamberry [Physalis philadelphica, syn.: Physalis ixocarpa, Physalis aequata]Tomatillo {f}
jambolan [Syzygium cumini, syn.: Syzygium jambolana, Eugenia jambolana, Eugenia cumini]Wachsjambuse {f}
jamboreeGaudi {f} {n}
jamboree Pfadfindertreffen {n}
jamboreegroße Sause {f} [ugs.]
jamboree ausgelassenes Fest {n}
jamboreerauschendes Fest {n}
jamboree Budenzauber {m} [ugs.]
jamboree Jamboree {n}
jamboree bag [Br.]Wundertüte {f}
jamborite [(Ni2+,Ni3+,Co,Fe2+,Fe3+)(OH)2(OH,S,H2O)]Jamborit {m}
Jambu fruit dove [Ptilinopus jambu] Jambufruchttaube {f}
Jambu fruit dove [Ptilinopus jambu] Purpurfruchttaube {f}
James Jakobus {m}
James Jakob {m}
James [coll.] [dress form for men's clothing] Schneiderpuppe {f} für Herren [auch Schneiderbüste (Herren)]
James and the Giant Peach [Roald Dahl]James und der Riesenpfirsich
James Bay James-Bucht {f}
James Bond cuff [double cuff]James-Bond-Manschette {f} [am Herrenhemd]
James Bond Jr.James Bond Jr.
James' flamingo [Phoenicoparrus jamesi]Jamesflamingo {m}
James I [King of England; also James VI, King of Scotland]Jakob I. {m} [König von England; auch Jakob VI., König von Schottland]
James' sportive lemur [Lepilemur jamesorum, formerly: Lepilemur jamesi] James-Wieselmaki {m}
James' tea [Rhododendron groenlandicum, syn.: Ledum groenlandicum, Ledum latifolium]Grönländischer Porst {m}
James' tea [Rhododendron groenlandicum, syn.: Ledum groenlandicum, Ledum latifolium]Grönland-Porst {m}
James' tea [Rhododendron groenlandicum, syn.: Ledum groenlandicum, Ledum latifolium]Labrador-Porst {m}
James the Elder [apostle]Jakobus der Ältere {m} [Apostel]
James the Just [also: James the Righteous, James of Jerusalem, James Adelphotheos, James, the Brother of the Lord] Jakobus {m} der Gerechte [auch: Herrenbruder Jakobus]
James Webb Space Telescope <JWST> James-Webb-Weltraumteleskop {n}
James, while John had had 'had', had had 'had had'; 'had had' had had a better effect on the teacher. James hatte, während John 'hatte' gehabt hatte, 'hatte gehabt' gehabt; eine bessere Wirkung auf den Lehrer hatte 'hatte gehabt' gehabt. [Beispielsatz u. a. für die Bedeutung von Zeichensetzung]
jamesite [PbZnFe2(Fe,Zn)3 [(OH,O)2|(OH)8|(AsO4)4]]Jamesit {m}
James-Lange theory James-Lange-Theorie {f}
jamesonite [Pb4FeSb6S14]Jamesonit {m}
Jameson's antpecker [Parmoptila jamesoni]Jameson-Ameisenpicker {m}
Jameson's antpecker [Parmoptila jamesoni] Kongoameisenpicker {m}
Jameson's antpecker [Parmoptila rubrifrons]Rotstirn-Ameisenpicker {m}
Jameson's fire finch [Lagonosticta rhodopareia, syn.: L. jamesoni] Rosenamarant {m} [auch: Rosen-Amarant]
Jameson's firefinch [Lagonosticta rhodopareia] Rosenamarant {m}
Jameson's firefinch / fire finch [Lagonosticta rhodopareia, syn.: L. jamesoni] Jamesonamarant {m} [auch: Jameson-Amarant]
Jameson's firefinch / fire finch [Lagonosticta rhodopareia, syn.: L. jamesoni] Jamesons Amarant {m}
Jameson's flower-pecker [Parmoptila jamesoni]Jameson-Ameisenpicker {m}
Jameson's flower-pecker [Parmoptila jamesoni]Kongoameisenpicker {m}
Jameson's (green) mamba [Dendroaspis jamesoni] Jameson-Mamba {f}
Jameson's mamba [Dendroaspis jamesoni]Jamesons Mamba {f}
Jameson's red rock hare [Pronolagus randensis] Rand-Wollschwanzhase {m}
Jameson's wattle-eye [Platysteira jamesoni] Jameson-Lappenschnäpper {m}
James's flamingo [Phoenicoparrus jamesi] Jamesflamingo {m}
James's flamingo [Phoenicoparrus jamesi] Jamesflamingo / James-Flamingo {m}
Jamestown weed [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula] Asthmakraut {n}
Jamestown weed [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]Stachelnuss {f}
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