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naughty little chit [old-fashioned] [disapproving]ungezogene kleine Göre {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
naughty step stille Treppe {f}
naughty trick böser Streich {m}
naujakasite [Na6(Fe,Mn)Al4Si8O26] Naujakasit {m}
Naukluft Mountains {pl}Naukluftgebirge {n}
naumachia Naumachie {f}
naumanniteNaumannit {m}
Naumann's thrush [Turdus naumanni] Naumanndrossel {f}
naupathia Seekrankheit {f}
naupathia Naupathie {f}
naupliar eye Naupliusauge {n}
naupliar stage Nauplius-Stadium {n}
Nauplius Nauplios {m}
nauplius larvaNaupliuslarve {f}
naur [Pseudois nayaur] Bharal {m}
naur [Pseudois nayaur] Nahur {m} [Blauschaf]
naur [Pseudois nayaur] [blue sheep] Blauschaf {n} [Bharal]
Nauru <.nr> Nauru {n}
Nauru reed warbler [Acrocephalus rehsei, syn.: Calamoherpe rehsei] Nauru-Rohrsänger {m}
NauruanNauruisch {n}
Nauruan nauruisch
Nauruan Nauruer {m}
Nauruan [female] Nauruerin {f}
Nauruan Tribal War [1878-1888]Nauruischer Stammeskrieg {m}
NauruansNauruer {pl}
nausea Übelkeit {f}
nauseaBrechreiz {m}
nauseaÜbelsein {n}
nauseaNausea {f}
nausea and vomiting <N/V, NV> [nomenclature] Übelkeit und Erbrechen <ÜE> [Nomenklatur]
nauseated angeekelt
nauseated voller Abscheu
nauseated angewidert
nauseated verabscheut
nauseatic [rare] [chiefly archaic] anwidernd
nauseating übelkeiterregend
nauseating anwidernd
nauseating Ekel erregend
nauseating widerlich
nauseatingÜbelkeit erregend
nauseating ekelhaft
nauseatingly ekelnd
nauseatingly widerlich
nauseous ekelhaft
nauseous übel
nauseous widerlich
nauseous Übelkeit erregend
nauseous smellekelhafter Geruch {m}
nauseously ekelerregend
nauseously ekelhaft
nauseousness Widerlichkeit {f}
NausimedonNausimedon {m}
nautch [erotischer indischer Tanz]
nautical Seefahrts-
nautical archaeology Unterwasserarchäologie {f}
nautical chart Seekarte {f}
nautical collegeSeefahrtsschule {f}
nautical compass Seekompass {m}
nautical day Etmal {n} [Seemannssprache] [Zeit von Mittag bis Mittag]
nautical daySchiffstagereise {f}
nautical equipmentnautische Ausrüstung {f}
nautical jargon Seemannssprache {f}
nautical languageSeemannssprache {f}
nautical mile <M, NM, nmi, nm> [6076 feet, 1852 metres] Seemeile {f} <sm, NM> [nautische Meile]
nautical mile <M, NM, nmi, nm> [6076 feet, 1852 metres] nautische Meile {f} <NM, n. mi.> [n. mi. ist seltener]
nautical museumSeefahrtsmuseum {n}
nautical patrol [police division]Hafenpolizei {f}
nautical scienceNautik {f}
nautical science Schifffahrtskunde {f}
nautical twilightnautische Dämmerung {f}
nautical yarnSeemannsgarn {n}
nautics Schifffahrtskunde {f}
nauticsNautik {f}
nautiform [archaic] kahnförmig
nautili {pl} [also: nautiluses] [family Nautilidae] Perlboote {pl}
nautiliform [having the form of a nautilus shell]in Form einer / der Nautilusmuschel [nachgestellt]
nautilusMeeresschnecke {f}
nautilus [marine creature of the family of Nautilidae]Perlboot {n} [Meerestier der Familie der Nautiliden]
nautilus ram's-horn / ramshorn (snail) [Gyraulus crista] Zwergposthörnchen {n}
nautilus shellNautilusmuschel {f}
nautochorous nautochor
nautochory [plant and plant seed spreading by swimming] Nautochorie {f} [Verbreitung von Pflanzen und Samen durch Wasserströmungen]
nav [GPS] [coll.] [esp. Am.] [navigation device] Navi {n} [ugs.] [Navigationssystem]
navaga [Eleginus nawaga, syn.: E. navaga]Europäische Nawaga {f} [Rsv.]
navaga [Eleginus nawaga, syn.: E. navaga]Nawaga {f} [Rsv.]
navaga [Eleginus nawaga, syn.: E. navaga] Europäische Navaga {f}
navaga [Eleginus nawaga, syn.: E. navaga]Navaga {f}
navaid [short for: navigational aid]Navigationshilfe {f}
Navajo Navajo {n} [auch: Navaho]
Navajo [or Navaho] [American Indian people]Navajo {pl} [auch Navaho]
Navajo code talker Navajo-Codesprecher {m}
Navajo spinach [Cleomella serrulata, syn.: Cleome integrifolia, C. serrulata, Peritoma serrulatum] [Rocky Mountain bee plant]Rocky-Mountain-Spinnenblume {f}
navajoite [V2O5 ·3H2O] Navajoit {m}
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