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EnglishGerman
moon trefoil [Medicago arborea]Strauch-Schneckenklee {m}
moon trefoil [Medicago arborea] Baum-Schneckenklee {m}
moon village Mondsiedlung {f} [Monddorf]
moon villageMonddorf {n} [auch: Mond-Dorf]
moon vine [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Stachelige Mondwinde {f}
moon vine [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Gute-Nacht-Blume / Gute-Nachtblume {f}
moon vine [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Weiße Prunkwinde {f}
moon vine [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Mondblüte {f} [Gute-Nacht-Blume]
moon walkMondspaziergang {m}
moon wrasse [Thalassoma lunare] Mondsichel-Junker {m}
moon zither [yueqin, yue qin]Mondlaute {f} [Yueqin]
moonbeamMondstrahl {m}
moonbeam gourami [Trichopodus microlepis, formerly: Trichogaster microlepis] Mondscheinfadenfisch {m}
moonbird [Puffinus tenuirostris] Kurzschwanz-Sturmtaucher {m}
moonbowMondregenbogen {m}
mooncalf [archaic] [also pej. for: foolish person] Mondkalb {n} [auch pej. für: dümmliche / unbeliebte Person]
mooncalf [Harry Potter] Mondkalb {n}
Moonchild [The Neverending Story] Mondenkind [Die unendliche Geschichte]
Moondial Minty und die Monduhr / Minty in der Mondzeit
moondogNebenmond {m}
moondust Mondstaub {m}
mooneyeMondblindheit {f}
mooneye [Hiodon tergisus] Mondauge {n}
mooneyes [family Hiodontidae]Mondaugen {pl}
mooneyes [family Hiodontidae]Hiodontiden {pl}
moon-faced mit einem Mondgesicht [nachgestellt]
moon-faced mondgesichtig
moon-faced boys [coll.]Milchgesichter {pl} [ugs.]
moonfish [Brosme brosme] Lumb {m}
moonfish [Chaetodipterus faber]Atlantischer Spatenfisch {m}
moonfish [Lampris guttatus] Gotteslachs {m}
moonfish [Xiphophorus maculatus] Platy {m}
moonfish [Xiphophorus maculatus]Spiegelkärpfling {m}
moonflower [Datura innoxia, syn.: D. inoxia] Mexikanischer Stechapfel {m}
moonflower [Datura innoxia] Großblütiger Stechapfel {m}
moonflower [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula] Asthmakraut {n}
moonflower [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula] Stachelnuss {f}
moonflower [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula] Teufelsapfel {m}
moonflower [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula] Tollkraut {n}
moonflower [Datura stramonium] (Gemeiner) Stechapfel {m}
moonflower [Datura stramonium] Weißer Stechapfel {m}
moonflower [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Gute-Nacht-Blume / Gute-Nachtblume {f}
moonflower [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Stachelige Mondwinde {f}
moonflower [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Weiße Prunkwinde {f}
moonflower [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Mondblüte {f} [Gute-Nacht-Blume]
moonflower plant [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Weiße Prunkwinde {f}
moonflower vine [Ipomoea alba, syn.: I. bona-nox, Calonyction aculeatum, C. album, C. bona-nox, C. speciosum, Convolvulus aculeatus]Weiße Prunkwinde {f}
moonglimmerSchimmer {m} des Mondes
moonglowsanftes Licht {n} des Mondes
moonglow Silberlicht {n} des Mondes
Moonglow / Moonglo [Rainbow Brite]Sandra Silbermond [Regina Regenbogen]
mooning [coll.] Mooning {n} [ugs.] [öffentliche Zurschaustellung des Hinterteils]
mooning [coll.] [baring one's buttocks] Arschzeigen {n} [derb] [vulg.] [Zurschaustellung des Hinterteils]
moonlessmondlos
moonless ohne Mond
moonless night mondlose Nacht {f}
moonless night Nacht {f} ohne Mond
moonlet Minimond {m}
moonlight Mondlicht {n}
moonlightMondschein {m}
moonlight Mondenschein {m} [dichterisch]
Moonlight Becomes You [Mary Higgins Clark] Mondlicht steht Dir gut
moonlight cacti [genus Selenicereus] Selenicereen {pl}
moonlight cactus [genus Selenicereus] Selenicereus {f}
moonlight cactus [Hylocereus undatus, syn.: H. tricostatus, Cereus triangularis var. aphyllus, C. triangularis var. major, C. tricostatus, C. undatus] [dragonfruit]Drachenfrucht {f}
moonlight flit [also: flitting] [coll.] heimliches Ausziehen {n} bei Nacht [wegen Mietschulden]
moonlight gourami [Trichopodus microlepis, formerly: Trichogaster microlepis] Mondscheinfadenfisch {m}
moonlight gourami [Trichopodus microlepis, syn.: Trichogaster microlepis]Mondschein-Gurami / Mondscheingurami {m}
moonlight hikeMondscheinwanderung {f}
Moonlight Mile [Brad Silberling]Moonlight Mile
Moonlight Mile [Dennis Lehane] Moonlight Mile
moonlight primrose [Primula alpicola] Mondschein-Primel / Mondscheinprimel {f}
moonlight primrose [Primula alpicola] Sumpf-Primel / Sumpfprimel {f}
moonlight primrose [Primula alpicola]Glocken-Primel / Glockenprimel {f}
moonlight primrose [Primula alpicola] Tibet-Schlüsselblume {f}
Moonlight Sonata [Beethoven] Mondscheinsonate {f}
moonlighted mondhell [geh.]
moonlighter Doppelverdiener {m}
moonlighterPerson {f} mit Nebentätigkeit
moonlighter [Aus.] [Lutjanus kasmira] [bluestriped snapper] Blaustreifen-Schnapper / Blaustreifenschnapper {m}
moonlighter [coll.] Schwarzarbeiter {m}
moonlighter [Dendrocnide moroides] Gympie {f}
moonlighter [Dendrocnide moroides] Australische Brennnessel {f}
moonlighting Schwarzarbeit {f} [am Abend, am Wochenende]
moonlighting Ausüben {n} mehrerer Tätigkeiten
moonlightingMehrfachbeschäftigung {f}
moonlightingZweitbeschäftigung {f} außerhalb der Arbeitszeit
MoonlightingDas Model und der Schnüffler
moonlighting Freizeitarbeit {f}
moonlighting Nebenarbeit {f} [i. S. v. Schwarzarbeit]
moonlighting [coll.]Mondscheinarbeit {f} [ugs.]
moonlighting farmer [coll.]Mondscheinbauer {m} [ugs.]
moonlit mondhell [geh.]
moonlit vom Mond beleuchtet
moonlitmondbeschienen
moonlit nightmonderhellte Nacht {f}
moonlit nightMondnacht {f}
moonlit night mondhelle Nacht {f}
moonmoon [neol.]Mondmond {m} [Neol.]
moonquake Mondbeben {n}
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