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EnglishGerman
pricklet kleiner Stachel {m}
pricklet kleiner Dorn {m}
prickley pine [Pinus pungens] Stechkiefer {f}
prickliness Stacheligkeit {f}
pricklingKribbeln {n}
pricklystechend
prickly [beard, material] kratzig
prickly [fig.] empfindlich [leicht beleidigt]
prickly [fig.] [sore] gereizt
prickly [fig.] [woman] kratzbürstig [ugs.]
prickly [plant, fish, animal] stachelig
prickly [plant, fish, animal]stachlig
prickly [plant] dornig
prickly [tingling, also fig.]prickelnd
prickly acacia [Acacia nilotica, syn.: A. arabica, Mimosa arabica, M. nilotica]Duftende Akazie {f}
prickly affair heikle Angelegenheit {f}
prickly amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus] Dorniger Fuchsschwanz {m}
prickly amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus] Malabarspinat {m}
prickly amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus] Stachel-Fuchsschwanz / Stachelfuchsschwanz {m}
prickly amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus]Dornamarant / Dorn-Amarant {m}
prickly anglerfish [Echinophryne crassispina] Stacheliger Anglerfisch {m}
prickly ash [Aralia spinosa] Herkuleskeule {f}
prickly ashes [genus Zanthoxylum] Stacheleschen {pl}
prickly bottlebrush [Callistemon brachyandrus] Stacheliger Zylinderputzer {m}
prickly brazilwood [Caesalpinia echinata, syn.: C. brasiliensis, Guilandina echinata] Echter Brasilholzbaum {m}
prickly brazilwood [Caesalpinia echinata, syn.: C. brasiliensis, Guilandina echinata] (Echtes) Brasilholz {n}
prickly burnet [Acaena magellanica] Magellanen-Stachelnüsschen {n}
prickly burr [Acaena magellanica] Magellanen-Stachelnüsschen {n}
prickly calalu [Aus.] [Amaranthus spinosus] Malabarspinat {m}
prickly calalu [Aus.] [Amaranthus spinosus]Dorniger Fuchsschwanz {m}
prickly calalu [Aus.] [Amaranthus spinosus] Stachel-Fuchsschwanz / Stachelfuchsschwanz {m}
prickly calalu [Aus.] [Amaranthus spinosus] Dornamarant / Dorn-Amarant {m}
prickly castor oil tree [Kalopanax septemlobus, syn.: K. pictus, Acanthopanax ricinifolius, Acer pictum] Senbaum {m}
prickly castor oil tree [Kalopanax septemlobus, syn.: K. pictus, Acanthopanax ricinifolius, Acer pictum]Gefleckte Kraftwurz {f}
prickly castor oil tree [Kalopanax septemlobus] Baumaralie {f}
prickly castor oil tree [Kalopanax septemlobus] Baumkraftwurz {f}
prickly cedar [Juniperus oxycedrus] Zedern-Wacholder {m}
prickly cedar [Juniperus oxycedrus]Stech-Wacholder {m}
prickly character [esp. woman] Kratzbürste {f} [ugs.] [fig.]
prickly clover [Trifolium echinatum] Igel-Klee {m}
prickly comfrey [Symphytum asperum, syn.: S. asperrimum] Raue Wallwurz {f}
prickly comfrey [Symphytum asperum]Rauer Beinwell {m}
prickly comfrey [Symphytum asperum]Rauher Beinwell {m} [alt]
prickly cucumber [Echinocystis lobata] Igelgurke {f}
prickly cucumber [Echinocystis lobata] (Gelappte) Stachelgurke {f}
prickly cucumber [Echinocystis lobata] Wilde Gurke {f}
prickly custard apple [Annona muricata] Graviola {f} [Corossol, Guanabana]
prickly cycad [Encephalartos altensteinii]Brotpalmfarn {m}
prickly datura [Datura innoxia, also D. inoxia] Mexikanischer Stechapfel {m}
prickly datura [Datura innoxia, also D. inoxia] Großblütiger Stechapfel {m}
prickly dock [Emex spinosa, syn.: Rumex glaber, R. spinosus] Stechampfer {m}
prickly dock [Emex spinosa, syn.: Rumex glaber, R. spinosus]Dornige Emex {f}
prickly dock [Emex spinosa, syn.: Rumex glaber, R. spinosus] Stachelknöterich {m}
prickly dogfish [Oxynotus bruniensis]Stachelige Meersau {f}
prickly elder [Aralia spinosa] Herkuleskeule {f}
prickly glasswort [Salsola kali]Kali-Salzkraut {n}
prickly glasswort [Salsola kali]Kalikraut {n}
prickly grass [Echinochloa crus-galli] (Gewöhnliche) Hühnerhirse {f}
prickly grass [Echinochloa crus-galli]Hahnenkammhirse {f}
prickly heatHitzepickel {pl}
prickly heat [Miliaria rubra] Roter Hund {m}
prickly jingle [Heteranomia squamula]Kleine Sattelmuschel {f}
prickly juniper [Juniperus oxycedrus]Zedern-Wacholder {m}
prickly juniper [Juniperus oxycedrus]Stech-Wacholder {m}
prickly leaf beetle [Hispa atra]Schwarzer Stachelkäfer {m}
prickly leatherjacket [Chaetodermis penicilligerus]Schmuckfeilenfisch {m}
prickly lettuce [Lactuca serriola, syn.: L. augustana, L. scariola, L. virosa var. integrifolia]Wilder Lattich {m}
prickly lettuce [Lactuca serriola, syn.: L. augustana, L. scariola, L. virosa var. integrifolia] Kompass-Lattich / Kompasslattich {m}
prickly lettuce [Lactuca serriola] Stachellattich {m}
prickly lettuce [Lactuca serriola] Zaun-Lattich {m}
prickly lettuce [Lactuca serriola] Kompass-Lattich {m}
prickly like a hedgehog [postpos.] igelborstig [selten]
prickly mallow [Malvastrum coromandelianum, syn.: M. tricuspidatum]Coromandel-Scheinmalve {f}
prickly malvastrum [Malvastrum coromandelianum, syn.: M. tricuspidatum] Coromandel-Scheinmalve {f}
prickly moses [Acacia pulchella, syn.: Racosperma pulchellum]Echte Akazie {f}
prickly moses [Acacia pulchella, syn.: Racosperma pulchellum] Mosesdorn {m}
prickly nightshade [Solanum rostratum, syn.: S. cornutum]Stachel-Nachtschatten / Stachelnachtschatten {m}
prickly nightshade [Solanum rostratum, syn.: S. cornutum] Schnabel-Nachtschatten / Schnabelnachtschatten {m}
prickly nightshade [Solanum torvum]Pokastrauch {m}
prickly nightshade [Solanum torvum]Türkenbeere {f}
prickly Pacific drupe [Drupa ricinus, syn.: D. (Drupa) ricinus, D, rubuscaesius, D. tribulus, Murex hystrix, M. ricinus, Purpura hystrix, Ricinula hystrix, Sistrum album]Stachelige Drupa {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
prickly parsnip [Echinophora tenuifolia subsp. sibthorpiana, syn.: €. sibthorpiana] Feinblättrige Stacheldolde {f}
prickly pear [fruit]Kaktusfrucht {f}
prickly pear [fruit] Kaktusfeige {f}
prickly pear [opuntia cactus] [Opuntia spp.] Ohrwaschelkaktus {m} [österr.] [ugs.]
prickly pear [Opuntia ficus-indica, syn.: Cactus ficus-indica, C. opuntia] Indischer Feigenkaktus {m}
prickly pear [Opuntia ficus-indica] Feigenkaktus {m}
prickly pear [Opuntia ficus-indica] Opuntie {f}
prickly pear phycitid [Cactoblastis cactorum] Kakteenbohrer {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
prickly pear scale [Diaspis echinocacti] Kakteenschildlaus {f}
prickly pears [genus Opuntia] Feigenkakteen {pl}
prickly pears [genus Opuntia] Opuntien {pl}
prickly pine [Pinus pungens]Stechkiefer {f}
prickly pole [Bactris plumeriana]Affendorn {m}
prickly poppy [genus Argemone] Stachelmohn {m} [Gattung der Mohngewächse]
prickly problemheikles Problem {n}
prickly questionknifflige Frage {f}
prickly saltwort [Salsola kali]Kali-Salzkraut {n}
prickly saltwort [Salsola kali]Kalikraut {n}
prickly saxifrage [Saxifraga tricuspidata] Dreizähniger Steinbrech {m}
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