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sailor's knotseemännischer Knoten {m}
sailor's knotSegelknoten {m}
sailor's purse [coll.] [egg case]Eikapsel {f}
sailor's skin [rarely also: sailor skin] Seemannshaut {f}
sailors' slangSeemannssprache {f}
sailor's sonSeemannssohn {m}
sailor's telescope [single-draw telescope] Seemannsfernrohr {n}
sailor's yarnSeemannsgarn {n}
(sailor's) kitbag Seesack {m}
sailplane Segelflugzeug {n}
sailray [Dipturus linteus]Weißrochen {m}
sails Segel {pl}
sails {pl} Besegelung {f}
sail-ship era Segelschiffära / Segelschiff-Ära {f}
Saimaa ringed seal [Pusa hispida saimensis, syn.: Phoca hispida saimensis]Saimaa-Ringelrobbe {f}
sainfeldite [Ca5 [AsO3(OH)|AsO4]2·4H2O] Sainfeldit {m}
sainfoin [Onobrychis viciifolia, syn.: Hedysarum onobrychis, Onobrychis sativa, O. vulgaris] Saat-Esparsette {f}
sainfoin [Onobrychis viciifolia, syn.: Hedysarum onobrychis, Onobrychis sativa, O. vulgaris] Futter-Esparsette / Futteresparsette {f}
sainfoin [Onobrychis viciifolia, syn.: Hedysarum onobrychis, Onobrychis sativa, O. vulgaris]Hahnenkamm {m}
sainfoin [Onobrychis viciifolia]Esparsette {f}
sainfoin milkvetch [Astragalus onobrychis] Esparsetten-Tragant / Esparsettentragant {m}
sainfoin milkvetch / milk vetch [Astragalus onobrychis] Fahnen-Tragant / Fahnentragant {m}
sainfoin milkvetch / milk vetch [Astragalus onobrychis]Langfahnen-Tragant / Langfahnentragant {m}
Sainlez Saner {n}
saint Heiliger {m}
saint [female]Heilige {f}
Saint / St. Barbara's feast day [4 December] Barbaratag {m} [4. Dezember]
Saint / St. Boniface of TarsusBonifatius {m} (von Tarsus) [Eisheiliger, 14. Mai]
Saint / St. Sophia of Rome Sophia {f} von Rom
Saint <St., St, S., S> [attr.] [abbr. St. or S. = Am.; abbr. St or S = Br.] Sankt <St.> [Beispiele: der Sankt / St. Peter, die Sankt / St. Elisabeth, das Sankt / St. Gallen]
Saint <St.>heilig <hl.>
Saint Adalbert (heiliger) Adalbert {m} von Prag
Saint Agatha (of Sicily)heilige Agatha {f} von Catania
Saint Agnes of Rome heilige Agnes {f} von Rom
Saint Albert the Great (heiliger) Albert {m} der Große
Saint Ambrose [Aurelius Ambrosius](heiliger) Ambrosius {m}
Saint Angela Merici (heilige) Angela Merici {f}
Saint Anne Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary Anna {f}, Mutter der Gottesmutter Maria
Saint Anselm of Canterbury (heiliger) Anselm {m} von Canterbury
Saint Anthony of Egyptheiliger Antonius der Große
Saint Anthony of Padua(heiliger) Antonius {m} von Padua
Saint Anthony's fire [ergotism]Ignis sacer {n} [Antoniusfeuer]
Saint Athanasius (heiliger) Athanasius {m} der Große
Saint Augustine of Canterbury [1st Archbishop of Canterbury] (heiliger) Augustinus {m} von Canterbury
Saint Augustine of Hippo(heiliger) Augustinus {m} von Hippo
Saint Barthélemy Saint-Barthélemy {n}
Saint BarthélemySankt Bartholomäus {n} [selten]
Saint Barthélemy St. Barths {n}
Saint Barthélemy St. Barth {n}
Saint BarthélemySaint-Barth {n}
Saint Bartholomew the Apostle Apostel {m} Bartholomäus
Saint Basil the Greatheiliger Basilius {m} von Caesarea
Saint Benedict (heiliger) Benedikt {m} von Nursia
Saint Benedict medalBenediktuspfennig {m}
Saint BernardBernhardiner {m}
Saint Bernard dogBernhardinerhund {m}
Saint Bernard of Clairvauxheiliger Bernhard {m} von Clairvaux
Saint Bibiana [also: Viviana, Vivian, Vibiana] heilige Bibiana {f} [auch Vivien, Viviane, Viviana]
Saint Birgitta(heilige) Birgitta {f} von Schweden
Saint Blaise (heiliger) Blasius {m} von Sebaste
Saint Bonaventure(heiliger) Bonaventura {m} (von Bagnoregio)
Saint Bruno of Cologneheiliger Bruno {m} der Kartäuser
Saint Bruno the Carthusian heiliger Bruno {m} der Kartäuser
Saint Catherine of Alexandria(heilige) Katharina {f} von Alexandrien
Saint Catherine of Siena (heilige) Katharina {f} von Siena
Saint Catherine's (Monastery) Katharinenkloster {n}
Saint Catherine's (Monastery)Katharinen-Kloster {n} [Rsv.]
Saint Clair RiverSt.-Clair-Fluss {m}
Saint ClareKlara {f} von Assisi
Saint Clare of Assisi heilige Klara {f} von Assisi
Saint Croix macaw [Ara autocthones] [extinct] St.-Croix-Ara {m} [ausgestorben]
Saint Cyril of Jerusalem (heiliger) Kyrill {m} von Jerusalem
Saint Dionysius of Alexandria [named "the Great"]Dionysius {m} der Große [auch: Dionysius von Alexandria]
Saint Dominicheiliger Dominikus {m}
Saint Elias Mountains {pl}Eliaskette {f}
Saint Elmo Erasmus {m} von Antiochia [auch: Elmo, Herasmus, Rasmus, Rasimus, Ermo]
Saint Erasmus of FormiaErasmus {m} von Antiochia
Saint Fabian heiliger Fabian {m}
Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen (heiliger) Fidelis {m} von Sigmaringen
Saint Foster Sankt Vedastus {m}
Saint Francisheiliger Franziskus {m}
Saint Francis de Sales heiliger Franz {m} von Sales
Saint Francis Xavierheiliger Franz Xaver {m}
Saint Fridolin (of Säckingen) [or Fridold] (heiliger) Fridolin {m} von Säckingen
Saint George's Day <St George's Day, St. George's Day> [April 23] Georgstag {m}
Saint George's Day <St George's Day, St. George's Day> [April 23]Georgi {m} [ugs.] [Georgitag]
Saint George's Day <St George's Day, St. George's Day> [April 23] Georgitag {m}
Saint George's sword [coll.] [Dracaena trifasciata, formerly: Sansevieria trifasciata]Beamtenspargel {m} [ugs.]
Saint George's sword [coll.] [Dracaena trifasciata, formerly: Sansevieria trifasciata] Bogenhanf {m} [Bogenhanfpflanze]
Saint George's sword [coll.] [dracaena trifasciata] Sansevieria trifasciata {f}
Saint Gregory the Great (heiliger) Gregor {m} der Große
Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha [Saint Helena and Dependencies until 2009] St. Helena, Ascension und Tristan da Cunha
Saint Helena crake [Porzana astrictocarpus] [extinct] St.-Helena-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena giant hoopoe [Upupa antaios] [extinct] St.-Helena-Wiedehopf {m} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena hoopoe [Upupa antaios] [extinct]St.-Helena-Wiedehopf {m} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena olive [Nesiota elliptica] [extinct]St.-Helena-Olivenbaum {m}
Saint Helena pound <SHP, £> St.-Helena-Pfund {n} <SHP, £>
Saint Helena rail [Porzana astrictocarpus] [extinct]St.-Helena-Sumpfhuhn {n} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helena swamphen [Aphanocrex podarces] [extinct]St.-Helena-Ralle {f} [ausgestorben]
Saint Helenian von St. Helena
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