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vermilion Lippenrot- / Lippenweiß-Grenze {f} [Vermilion]
vermilion Vermilion {n}
vermilion / vermillion [RAL 2002] Blutorange {n} [RAL 2002]
vermilion borderAmorbogen {m}
vermilion cardinal [Cardinalis phoeniceus] Purpurkardinal {m}
vermilion flycatcher [Pyrocephalus rubinus]Purpurtyrann {m}
vermilion flycatcher [Pyrocephalus rubinus] Rubinköpfchen {n}
vermilion hind [Cephalopholis oligosticta]Vermilon-Zackenbarsch {m}
vermilion hueZinnoberton {m}
vermilion red tone Zinnoberrotton {m}
Vermilion Sea [archaic] [also: Vermillion Sea] [Gulf of California]Golf {m} von Kalifornien
vermilion tanager [Calochaetes coccineus] Mennigtangare {f}
vermillion Zinnoberrot {n}
vermillion seabass [Cephalopholis miniata, syn.: Cephalopholis miniatus] Juwelen-Zackenbarsch {m}
vermillion seabass [Cephalopholis miniata, syn.: Cephalopholis miniatus] Juwelenbarsch {m}
verminUngeziefer {n}
verminGewürm {n} [fig.] [Abschaum]
vermin Geschmeiß {n} [ugs.]
verminGeziefer {n} [veraltet]
verminSchädling {m}
vermin [fig.] Pack {n} [pej.] [Gesindel]
vermin [fig.] [pej.] [rabble] Gesindel {n} [pej.]
vermin [treated as pl.]Schädlinge {pl}
vermin exterminators Kammerjäger {pl}
vermin infestationUngezieferbefall {m}
(vermin) exterminator Kammerjäger {m}
(vermin) exterminator [female] Kammerjägerin {f}
verminophobiaVerminophobie {f}
verminous mit Ungeziefer verseucht
verminous verwurmt
verminous wurminfiziert
verminous verwanzt [von Ungeziefer befallen]
verminous [fig.]schädlich
verminous [fig.] niedrig [fig.]
verminous [fig.] niederträchtig
verminous [infested with vermin]voller Ungeziefer [nachgestellt]
verminous [vermin-like] ekelhaft [wie Ungeziefer]
verminously verlaust
verminously voller Ungeziefer
vermisVermis {f}
vermivoreVermivore {m}
vermivore Würmerfresser {m}
vermivorous Würmer fressend
vermix [Appendix vermiformis] Appendix {m} {f} [kurz] [Appendix vermiformis] [Wurmfortsatz des Blinddarms]
Vermont <VT> [Green Mountain State]Vermont {n} [US-Bundesstaat]
Vermont Avenue [Am.] [Monopoly] Elisenstraße {f} [Monopoly]
Vermont snakeroot [Asarum canadense, syn.: A. acuminatum, A. canadense var. ambiguum, A. reflexum, A. rubrocinctum] Kanadische Haselwurz {f}
Vermont snakeroot [Asarum canadense, syn.: A. acuminatum, A. canadense var. ambiguum, A. reflexum, A. rubrocinctum]Kanadische Schlangenwurzel {f}
Vermonter [Mensch aus Vermont (USA)]
vermouth Wermut {m} [Wein]
vermouth Wermutwein {m}
vernacularLandessprache {f}
vernacularUmgangssprache {f}
vernaculartraditioneller Baustil {m}
vernacularVolkssprache {f}
vernacular volkssprachlich
vernacular Volksmund {m}
vernacular vernakulär
vernacular [dialect]Mundart {f}
vernacular [dialect] Dialekt {m}
vernacular [dialectal]mundartlich
vernacular [e.g. vernacular disease] endemisch [z. B. Krankheit]
vernacular [indigenous] einheimisch
vernacular [jargon] Jargon {m}
vernacular [jargon]Fachjargon {m}
vernacular [jargon]Fachsprache {f} [Fachjargon]
vernacular [local] örtlich
vernacular [traditional] traditionell [vernakulär]
vernacular architecture ortstypische Architektur {f}
vernacular expressions [dialect]Mundartausdrücke {pl}
vernacular language Vernakularsprache {f}
vernacular language Vernakulärsprache {f} [selten bzw. veraltet für: Vernakularsprache]
vernacular (language) Vulgärsprache {f} [Volkssprache]
vernacular name Vernakularname {m}
vernacular namevolkstümlicher Name {m}
vernacular photography Amateurfotografie {f}
vernacular psychology Alltagspsychologie {f}
vernacular theater [Am.] Mundarttheater {n}
vernacularisation [Br.]Vernakularisierung {f}
vernacularist Mundartsprecher {m}
vernacularity Volkssprachlichkeit {f}
vernacularizationVernakularisierung {f}
vernacularization Vervolkssprachlichung {f}
vernacularization [of words]Einbürgerung {f} [von Wörtern in die Allgemeinsprache]
vernacularly mundartlich
vernaculars Mundarten {pl}
vernadite [(gamma-MnO2),(Mn4+,Fe3+,Ca,Na)(O,OH)2·n H2O]Vernadit {m}
vernal [den Frühling betreffend]
vernal [zum Frühling gehörig]
vernal Frühlings-
vernal [fig.] jugendfrisch
vernal air [dated] [literary] Frühlingsluft {f}
vernal aspectVernal-Aspekt {m}
vernal catarrh Frühlingskatarrh {m}
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