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EnglishGerman
priderite [(K,Ba)(Ti,Fe)8O16] Priderit {m}
Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic <PMR> [Pridnestrowskaja Moldawskaja Respublika]Pridnestrowische Moldauische Republik {f} <PMR> [Transnistrien]
Pridnestrovie [shortform of Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic <PMR>] Transnistrien {n} [Kurzform für Transnistrische Moldauische Republik]
Pridoli Pridolium {n} [auch: Pridoli]
Prié Blanc [white Prié grape] Augusttraube {f} [Weißweinsorte Prié blanc] [auch: Augustina, Früher Leipziger, Kienzheimer, Rosinentraube, Silltraube, Weißwälscher]
prie-dieu Betpult {n}
priestPriester {m}
priest Geistlicher {m}
priestPfaffe {m} [pej.]
priest [female] Geistliche {f}
priest [female] Priesterin {f}
Priest [Ken Bruen] Jack Taylor und der verlorene Sohn
priest holePriesterloch {n} [Versteck]
priest of Zeus Zeuspriester {m}
priest recruitment Priesternachwuchs {m}
[priest responsible for celebrating early mass]Frühmesser {m} [Primissarius]
priestcraft [derog.] Pfaffenlist {f}
priestess Priesterin {f}
priestesses {pl} Priesterinnen {pl}
priesthoodPriesteramt {n}
priesthood Priestertum {n}
priesthoodPriesterstand {m}
priesthood Priestersein {n}
priesthoodPriesterwürde {f}
priesthood [priests collectively] Priesterschaft {f}
priesthood of all believersPriestertum {n} aller Gläubigen
priesthood of all believers allgemeines Priestertum {n} [der Gläubigen]
priest-king Priesterkönig {m}
Priestley GlacierPriestley-Gletscher {m}
priestliness Priestertum {n}
priestling [pej.] Priesterlein {n} [pej.]
priestlypriesterlich
priestly Priester-
Priestly [related to the Priestly Source of the Pentateuch]priesterschriftlich [Pentateuch]
priestly aristocracyPriesteradel {m}
Priestly Blessing Aaronitischer Segen {m} [Num. 6.22]
priestly blessingPriestersegen {m}
priestly caste Priesterkaste {f}
Priestly Code Priesterkodex {m}
priestly courses priesterliche Dienstklassen {pl}
priestly dynastyPriesterdynastie {f}
priestly family Priesterfamilie {f}
priestly jubileePriesterjubiläum {n}
priestly office priesterliche Würde {f}
priestly office Priesteramt {n}
priestly robes Priestergewand {n}
Priestly Source <P> [Pentateuch]Priesterschrift {f} <P> [Pentateuch]
priest-ridden klerikalistisch
priestsPriester {pl}
priest's cassock Priestergewand {n}
priest's chair Priestersitz {m}
Priests' Charter [Swiss history] Pfaffenbrief {m}
priest's office Pfarrbüro {n}
priest's officePfarrei {f}
priest's office Pfarramt {n}
priest's pintle [Arisaema triphyllum, syn.: A. atrorubens, Alocasia triphylla, Arum atrorubens, A. triphyllum] [Jack-in-the-pulpit] Dreiblatt-Feuerkolben {m}
priest's robe Priesterrobe {f}
priest's secretary [female]Pfarrsekretärin {f} [katholisches Pfarramt]
priest's secretary [female] Pfarramtsekretärin {f} [katholisches Pfarramt]
priest's secretary [female]Pfarramtssekretärin {f} [katholisches Pfarramt]
(priest's) vestmentPriestergewand {n} [liturgisches Gewand]
prigselbstgefällige Person {f}
prig (selbstgefälliger) Pedant {m}
prigTugendbold {m}
prig [goody-goody] [pej.] Musterknabe {m} [pej.]
prig [moralizer] Moralapostel {m}
prig [self-righteous] eingebildet [selbstgerecht]
prig [snob] (eingebildeter) Schnösel {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
prigger [sl.] [archaic]Dieb {m}
priggery [pej.] [priggish behaviour] tugendhaftes Getue {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
priggishmoralinsauer [pej.] [auch hum.]
priggishselbstgefällig
priggish [pej.] [snobbish]hochnäsig [ugs.] [pej.]
priggish [snobbish] eingebildet [snobistisch]
priggish [snobbish]affektiert
priggish girlNockerl {n} [österr.] [dümmliches, eingebildetes Mädchen]
priggishly [conceitedly]eingebildet [selbstgefällig]
priggishness [snobbishness] Hochnäsigkeit {f}
Prignitz [historical region] Prignitz {f} [auch: Priegnitz] [historische Landschaft]
Prigogine's alseonax [Muscicapa itombwensis, syn.: Alseonax itombwensis] Itombweschnäpper {m}
Prigogine's flycatcher [Muscicapa itombwensis, syn.: Alseonax itombwensis] Itombweschnäpper {m}
Prigogine's greenbul [Chlorocichla prigoginei]Prigoginebülbül {m}
Prigogine's ground thrush [Zoothera kibalensis] Kibaledrossel {f}
Prigogine's ground-thrush [Zoothera cameronensis, syn.: Z. camaronensis, Geokichla camaronensis, G. cameronensis]Kamerundrossel {f}
Prigogine's nightjar [Caprimulgus prigoginei] Prigoginenachtschwalbe {f}
Prigogine's nightjar [Caprimulgus prigoginei] Kivunachtschwalbe {f}
Prigogine's owlet [Glaucidium albertinum]Albertseekauz {m}
Prigogine's owlet [Glaucidium albertinum] Albert-Sperlingskauz {m}
Prigogine's sunbird [Cinnyris/Nectarinia prigoginei] Marungunektarvogel {m}
prigs Musterknaben {pl}
prill Granalie {f} [Element eines Granulats] [Metallurgie]
prilling Sprühkristallisation {f}
prills {pl} Granalien {pl} [Elemente eines Granulats] [Metallurgie]
prilocaine Prilocain {n}
primpedantisch sauber
prim steif
primüberkorrekt
prim förmlich
prim prüde
primzimperlich [etepetete, prüde]
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