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Tahitian melon squash [Cucurbita moschata, syn.: Pepo moschata]Moschus-Kürbis / Moschuskürbis {m}
Tahitian nerite [Neripteron tahitensis] Neripteron tahitensis {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
Tahitian red-billed rail [Gallirallus pacificus] [extinct]Rotschnabelralle {f} [ausgestorben]
Tahitian swiftlet [Aerodramus leucophaeus]Tahitisalangane {f}
Tahitian vanilla [Vanilla planifolia]Gewürzvanille {f}
Tahitian vanilla [Vanilla planifolia] Echte Vanille {f}
tahli [Dalbergia sissoo]Ostindischer Palisander {m}
tahli [Dalbergia sissoo]Indisches Rosenholz {n}
Tahltan {pl} [also: Nahanni]Tahltan {pl} [auch: Nahanni]
Tahoe chipmunk [Tamias speciosus, syn.: Neotamias speciosus] Lodgepole-Streifenhörnchen {n}
tahr [genus Hemitragus] Tahr {m}
Tahrir Square [Cairo] Tahrir-Platz {m} [Kairo]
tai chi Tai-Chi {n}
t'ai chi [short for: t'ai chi ch'uan]Tai-Chi {n} [kurz für: Taijiquan]
t'ai chi ch'uan Taijiquan {n}
t'ai chi ch'uan Tai-Chi-Chuan {n}
tai chi instructorTai-Chi-Lehrer {m}
tai chi instructor [female] Tai-Chi-Lehrerin {f}
Tai forest treefrog [Leptopelis occidentalis] Tai-Waldsteigerfrosch {m}
Tai malimbe [Malimbus ballmanni] Ballmanweber {m}
TaiaTeje {f} [Gemahlin von Pharao Amenophis III.]
taig [Br.] [pej. term used in reference to a catholic in Northern Ireland] [abwertende Bezeichnung für Katholiken in Nordirland]
taigaTaiga {f}
taiga bluet [Coenagrion resolutum]Taiga-Azurjungfer {f} [Libellenart]
taiga dwellers {pl} [people] Taigavolk {n}
taiga flycatcher [Ficedula albicilla] Taigazwergschnäpper {m}
taiga forestTaigawald {m}
taiga ragged moss [Brachythecium erythrorrhizon]Rotwurzeliges Kurzbüchsenmoos {n}
taiga region Taigaregion {f}
taiga shrew [Sorex isodon]Taigaspitzmaus {f}
taiga soils Taigaböden {pl}
taiga tick [Ixodes persulcatus] Taigazecke {f}
taiga vole [Microtus xanthognathus]Gelbwangenwühlmaus {f}
taiga-like taigaähnlich
Taihō Code Taihō-Kodex {m}
taiji Taiji {n}
taijiTai-Chi {n}
tàijíquánTai-Chi-Chuan {n}
Tai-Kadai languages [also: Daic, Kadai, Kradai or Kra–Dai] Tai-Kadai-Sprachen {pl} [auch: Dai-Sprachen]
taikanite [(Ba,Sr)2Mn2Si4O12]Taikanit {m}
taiko [Pterodroma magentae] Magentasturmvogel {m}
taikonaut Taikonaut {m}
taikonaut [female] Taikonautin {f}
taikonautsTaikonauten {pl}
tail Ende {n}
tail Heck {n}
tailRest {m}
tailSchwanz {m}
tailSterz {m} [Schwanzende]
tail Stellen {pl} hinter dem Komma
tail Ausläufer {m}
tailRute {f} [bei Hunden]
tail Notenhals {m}
tail [also of a comet] Schweif {m}
tail [coll.]Verfolger {m}
tail [coll.] [detective or spy] Beschatter {m}
tail [distillation] Nachlauf {m} [Destillation]
tail [of a fox or marten] Lunte {f}
tail [of a hare] Blume {f}
tail [of a shirt, jacket etc.] Zipfel {m} [von Hemd, Jacke etc.]
tail [of an animal] Zagel {m} [regional] [auch: Tagel]
tail [of blackcock, cock of the wood, pheasant] Spiel {n}
tail [usually used in plural]Zahl {f} [Rückseite einer Münze]
tail amputationSchwanzamputation {f}
tail assemblyLeitwerk {n} [Flugzeug]
tail assembly [of an aircraft] Heckleitwerk {n}
tail band [book]Lesezeichen {n} [dünnes Band im Buch]
tail biting [e.g. among pigs] Schwanzbeißen {n}
tail block [guitar] Endklotz {m} [Gitarre]
tail boomLeitwerksträger {m}
tail boomHeckausleger {m}
tail bud Schwanzknospe {f}
tail bumper Hecksporn {m}
tail clubSchwanzkeule {f}
tail coatFrack {m}
tail comb Stielkamm {m}
tail docking Kupieren {n} [von Schwanz, Schweif, Rute etc.]
tail docking [e.g. in pigs]Schwanzkupieren {n}
tail dollySpornkuller {m}
tail dragger [aircraft with a tail wheel] Spornradflugzeug {n}
tail edge [book]Fußsteg {m} [Buch]
tail empennage [Am.]Leitwerk {n} [am Flugzeug, Fachausdruck]
tail endSchwanzende {n}
tail endSchluss {m} [letzter Teil]
tail end [concluding period] Ende {n} [Schlussphase]
tail end of a / the vehicleFahrzeugheck {n}
tail (end) [coll.]Hinterteil {n} [Gesäß]
tail endsSchwanzenden {pl}
tail featherSchwanzfeder {f}
tail feathers Schwanzfedern {pl}
tail finKielflosse {f}
tail fin Heckflosse {f}
tail finSchwanzflosse {f}
tail finHeckruder {n}
tail fin Caudale {f} [Schwanzflosse]
tail fin ray Schwanzflossenstrahl {m}
tail finsKielflossen {pl}
tail flutterLeitwerksflattern {n}
tail gestureSchwanzgestik {f}
tail guardSchweifschoner {m}
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