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jery [Neomixis tenella]Graunackentimalie {f}
Jesenice Aßling {n}
jess Fessel {f} [Beizvögel]
jess [in falconry] Geschühriemen {m} [Falknerei]
jessamine [genus Jasminum] Jasmin {m}
jessamine [Jasminum officinale] Gewöhnlicher Jasmin {m}
jessamine [Jasminum officinale] Echter Jasmin {m}
jessaul [cavalry captain of the cossacks] Jessaul {m} [Kosakenrittmeister]
Jesse James [Henry King] Jesse James, Mann ohne Gesetz
Jesse TreeWurzel Jesse {f}
jesses {pl} [one pair of short straps fastened around the legs of a hawk or other bird used in falconry, to which a leash may be fastened] Geschüh {n} [meistens Lederbänder an den Füßen der Greifvögel]
jesses {pl} [one pair] [in falconry] Geschühe {n} [Falknerei]
Jessie [Scot.] [coll.]Muttersöhnchen {n} [ugs.]
jestScherz {m}
jest Spaß {m}
jestNarretei {f} [geh.] [Scherz]
jest literatureSchwankliteratur {f}
Jest, Satire, Irony, and Deeper Significance Scherz, Satire, Ironie und tiefere Bedeutung [Christian Dietrich Grabbe]
jestedgespaßt
jester Spaßmacher {m}
jesterWitzbold {m}
jester Narr {m} [Hofnarr]
jester [clown] Pojaz {m} [Rsv.] [regional] [auch jiddisch] [Bajazzo]
jester [female] Spaßmacherin {f}
jester [person who habitually plays the fool]Spaßvogel {m}
jesters Narren {pl} [Hofnarren]
jesters Spaßvögel {pl}
jesting scherzend
jesting spaßend
jesting scherzhaft
jesting Spaßen {n}
jestingScherzen {n}
jesting word Scherzwort {n}
jestinglyim Spaß
jestingly scherzhaft
Jesu [poet.] Jesus {m}
Jesu [poet.] Jesu {m} [geh.] [selten]
Jesuanic jesuanisch
JesuitJesuit {m}
Jesuit [attr.]jesuitisch
Jesuit churchJesuitenkirche {f}
Jesuit CollegeJesuitenschule {f}
Jesuit collegeJesuitenkolleg {n}
Jesuit drama Jesuitendrama {n}
Jesuit gymnasium [secondary school] [also as a proper noun: Jesuit Gymnasium] Jesuitengymnasium {n}
Jesuit missionaryJesuitenmissionar {m}
Jesuit morality [pej.] Jesuitenmoral {f} [pej.]
Jesuit Order Jesuitenorden {m}
Jesuit priest Jesuitenpater {m}
Jesuit reductionJesuitenreduktion {f}
Jesuit Reductions Jesuitenreduktionen {pl}
Jesuit State [also: Jesuit state]Jesuitenstaat {m}
Jesuit theatre [Br.] Jesuitentheater {n}
Jesuitic [also fig.] [using oversubtle reasoning] jesuitisch [auch fig., pej.]
jesuitical [also fig.] [using oversubtle reasoning] jesuitisch [auch fig., pej.]
Jesuitism Jesuitismus {m}
Jesuitism Jesuitentum {n}
JesuitsJesuiten {pl}
Jesuit's tea [Chenopodium ambrosioides]Jesuitentee {m}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, C. ambrosioides var. ambrosiodes]Mexikanisches Teekraut {n}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, C. ambrosioides var. ambrosiodes]Karthäusertee {m}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chenopodium ambrosioides var. suffruticosum, Teloxys ambrosioides] Wohlriechender Gänsefuß {m}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chenopodium ambrosioides var. suffruticosum, Teloxys ambrosioides] Mexiko-Drüsengänsefuß {m}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chenopodium ambrosioides var. suffruticosum, Teloxys ambrosioides]Mexikanischer Traubentee {m}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chenopodium ambrosioides var. suffruticosum, Teloxys ambrosioides]Amerikanisches Wurmkraut {n}
Jesuit's tea [Dysphania ambrosioides, syn.: Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chenopodium ambrosioides var. suffruticosum, Teloxys ambrosioides] Wurmtreibender Gänsefuß {m}
Jesus' Jesu
JesusJesus {m}
Jesus, be now praised Jesu, nun sei gepreiset [J. S. Bach, BWV 41]
Jesus birds [family Jacanidae] Blatthühnchen {pl}
Jesus birds [family Jacanidae] Jacanas {pl}
Jesus bug [family Gerridae] Wasserläufer {m}
Jesus bugs [family Gerridae] Schneider {pl} [ugs.] [auch: Wasserschneider]
Jesus carrying the/his cross Kreuzschlepper {m}
Jesus Christ <JC>Jesus Christus {m}
Jesus Christ <XP> [from the first two Greek letters of 'CHRISTOS'] Jesus Christus <XP> [aus den ersten beiden griechischen Buchstaben von 'CHRISTOS']
Jesus Christ lizard [Basiliscus basiliscus] [common basilisk]Helmbasilisk {m}
Jesus Christ lizard [Basiliscus plumifrons] [green basilisk]Stirnlappenbasilisk {m}
Jesus Christ lizard [Basiliscus plumifrons] [green basilisk]Federbuschbasilisk {m}
Jesus Christ!Du lieber Himmel!
Jesus Christ! Herr Gott (nochmal)!
Jesus lizard [Basiliscus basiliscus]Helmbasilisk {m}
Jesus, Mary and Joseph! [coll.] Jesus, Maria und Joseph! [ugs.] [Ausruf des Erstaunens]
Jesus, Mary, Joseph <JMJ> Jesus, Maria, Joseph <JMJ>
Jesus movementJesusbewegung {f}
Jesus of Nazareth [Franco Zeffirelli] Jesus von Nazareth
Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews <I.N.R.I.> Jesus von Nazareth, König der Juden <I.N.R.I.>
Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews <INRI> [Jesus Nazarenus Rex Judaeorum] Jesus von Nazareth {m}, der Juden König <I. N. R. I.>
Jesus Prayer Jesusgebet {n}
Jesus sandalsJesuslatschen {pl} [ugs.]
Jesus' self-offering on the cross Kreuzeshingabe {f} Jesu
Jesus sleeps, what shall I hope for?Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen? [J. S. Bach, BWV 81]
Jesus the Nazarene Jesus {m} der Nazarener
Jesus, the Son of Man [Khalil Gibran] Jesus Menschensohn
Jesus, Thou who my soul Jesu, der du meine Seele [J. S. Bach, BWV 78]
Jesus took the twelve under Him Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe [J. S. Bach, BWV 22]
Jesus tradition [esp. in the New Testament]Jesusüberlieferung {f} [bes. im Neuen Testament]
Jesus' (triumphal) entry into Jerusalem Jesu Einzug {m} in Jerusalem
Jesus wept! [coll.] Jesus, Maria und Josef! [veraltend] [Ausruf des Erstaunens]
Jesus, what a dump. [coll.]Oh Gott, was für eine Bruchbude. [ugs.]
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