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Waidmannssprache {f} hunting terms {pl}
Waidmühle {f} woad mill
Waidspruch {m} [old saying among hunters]
Waidtiere {pl} [seltener auch: Weidtiere]game
waidwund [alt] [auch fig.] mortally wounded
Waidwundschuss {m}stomach shot
Wairakit {m} wairakite [CaAl2Si4O12·2H2O]
Waise {f} orphan
Waisen {pl} orphans
Waisenanstalt {f}orphanage
Waisengeld {n} orphan's pension
Waisenhaus {n}orphanage
Waisenhaus {n} orphan asylum
Waisenhäuser {pl}orphanages
Waisenheim {n} orphanage
Waisenjunge {m}orphan boy
Waisenkalb {n} dogie [motherless calf] [Am.] [coll.]
Waisenkalb {n}poddy calf [motherless calf] [Aus.]
Waisenkind {n}orphan
Waisenkind {n} orphan child
Waisenkinder {pl} orphan children
Waisenkinder {pl} orphans
Waisenknabe {m}orphan (boy)
Waisenknabe {m} [fig.] altar boy [fig.]
Waisenmädchen {n}orphan girl
Waisenpension {f} [österr.] [Waisenrente] orphan's benefit [Am.]
Waisenrente {f}orphan's pension
Waisenrente {f} orphan's allowance
Waisenrezeptor {m} [auch: Waisen-Rezeptor] orphan receptor
Waisenschaft {f} [geh.] orphancy [archaic]
Waitangi-Tag {m} [Nationalfeiertag in Neuseeland] Waitangi Day [public holiday in NZ]
Waiver-Regelung {f}waiver rule
Wajang {n} wayang
Waka {n} [Genre der japanischen Dichtkunst] waka [Japanese poetic form]
Wakabayashilith {m}wakabayashilite [(As,Sb)11S18]
Wakame {f} [Braunalge]wakame (seaweed) [Undaria pinnatifida]
Wakame-Algen {pl}wakame seaweed {sg} [Undaria pinnatifida]
Wakayama-Kegelschnecke {f} [Meeresschneckenart]Wakayama cone [Conus wakayamaensis, syn.: Asprella wakayamaensis]
WAK-Bereich {m} {n} CTE range
Wake {f} hole in the ice [natural phenomenon]
WAKE – Ich weiß, was du letzte Nacht geträumt hast WAKE [Wake Trilogy] [Lisa McMann]
Wake-Atoll {n} Wake Atoll
Wakeboard {n}wakeboard
Wakeboarden {n}wakeboarding
Wakeboarder {m} wakeboarder
Wakeboarderin {f} wakeboarder [female]
Wakeboarding {n}wakeboarding
Wakefieldit-(Ce) {m} wakefieldite-(Ce) [(Ce,Pb,Pb)VO4]
Wakefieldit-(La) {m}wakefieldite-(La) [LaVO4]
Wakefieldit-(Nd) {m}wakefieldite-(Nd) [NdVO4]
Wakefieldit-(Y) {m}wakefieldite-(Y) [YVO4]
Wakefield-Zyklus {m} [Mysterienspiel-Zyklus] Wakefield cycle [of mystery plays]
Wake-Ralle {f} [ausgestorben]Wake Island rail [Gallirallus wakensis] [extinct]
Waking the Dead - Im Auftrag der Toten Waking the Dead
Wakizashi {n} wakizashi
Wal-cetaceous
Wal- whale [attr.]
Wal-cetacean
Wal {m} whale
Wal {m} cetacean
Wal in Sicht! There she blows! [whaling]
Wal in Sicht!Thar she blows! [whaling]
Wal- und Delfinschutz-Gesellschaft {f} Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society
Walaam {n}Valaam [Валаам]
Walaas {n} [selten] [Zooplankton, Krill etc., von dem sich Glattwale ernähren] brit [also: britt] [zooplankton and small marine animals eaten by the Balaenidae family of whales]
Walache {m} Walachian
Walachei {f} Wallachia
Walachei {f}Walachia [spv.]
Walachei {f} [fig.] [ugs.] bumfuck nowhere [vulg.] [sl.] [the middle of nowhere]
Walachen {pl}Vlachs [Walachians]
Walachin {f}Walachian [female]
walachisch Walachian
walachisches Recht {n}Vallachian Law [Lex Antiqua Valachorum]
Walaga-Mausohr {n} Morris's bat [Myotis morrisi]
Walaga-Mausohr {n}Morris's myotis [Myotis morrisi]
Walart {f} cetacean species
Walart {f}species of whale
Walart {f} whale species
Walarten {pl} cetacean species {pl}
Walbeobachter {pl} whale watchers
Walbeobachtung {f} whale watching
Walbeobachtungstour {f}whale-watching trip
Walbestand {m}whale population
Walbestände {pl} whale populations
Walboot {n}whaleboat
Walboot {n}whaling boat
Walboote {pl} whaleboats
Walbuchthai {m} creek whaler [Carcharhinus fitzroyensis]
Walbulle {m}whale bull
Walch {m} goatgrass [Aegilops spp.]
Walch {m} goat grass [Aegilops spp.]
Walcott Bay {f}Walcott Bay
Walcott-Firnfeld {n}Walcott Névé
Walcott-Gletscher {m} Walcott Glacier
Wald- sylvan [esp. literary]
Wald-silvan [esp. literary]
Wald-woodland [attr.]
Wald- wood [attr.] [forest, woodland]
Wald {m}wood
Wald {m} woods {pl}
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