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Moosthenning ({n}) [geogr.] Moosthenning (a municipality in Bavaria, Germany)
Moosvernichter {m} [chem.] (Mittel) moss killer
Moosvernichter {m} [chem.] (Mittel) moss-killer
Moosvernichter {m} [chem.] (Mittel) mosskiller
Moped {n} moped
Mopedreifen {m} moped tyre
Mopeia-Viren {pl} (MOPV) [biol., med.] Mopeia viruses , MOPV
Mopeia-Virus {n} (ugs. {m}) (MOPV) [biol., med.] Mopeia virus , MOPV
Mopeiaviren {pl} (MOPV) [biol., med.] Mopeia viruses , MOPV
Mopeiavirus {n} (ugs. {m}) (MOPV) [biol., med.] Mopeia virus , MOPV
Moperon {n} [pharm.] (ein Neuroleptikum) moperone
Mophalter {m} mop holder
Mopp {m} mop
Moppel {m} (herziger kleiner Hund) zoggy (sweet little dog)
Moppel {m} (ugs.) (little) podge
Moppel {m} (ugs.) (little) pudge (Am.)
moppelig [ugs.] chubby
mopplig [ugs.] chubby
Mops {m} (ugs.: dicke Person) podge
Mops {m} (ugs.: dicke Person) pudge (Am.)
Mops {m} [fam.] (dicke Person) roly-poly [coll.]
Mops {m} [fam.] (dicke Person) dumpling [coll.]
Mops {m} [zool.] (Hund) pug
Mops {m} [zool.] (Hund) pug dog
mopsen [fam., veraltend] (stehlen) to cly [sl.] [obs.]
mopsen [ugs.] (stehlen) to pinch [sl.]
mopsfidel [ugs.] jolly
Mopsfänger {m} [sl.] (BH) tit sling [sl.]
Mopsfänger {m} [sl.] (BH) melon strap [Am.] [sl.]
Mopsfänger {m} [sl.] (BH) tit hammock [sl.]
Mopsfänger {m} [sl.] (BH) tit holder [sl.]
Mopsfänger {m} [sl.] (BH) bubby hammock [sl.]
Mopsfänger {m} [sl.] (BH) flopper-stopper [Aus.] [sl.]
Mopsgesicht {n} pug face
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) tit sling [sl.]
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) melon strap [Am.] [sl.]
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) tittie tent [Am.] [sl.]
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) tit hammock [sl.]
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) tit holder [sl.]
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) bubby hammock [sl.]
Mopshalter {m} [sl.] (BH) flopper-stopper [Aus.] [sl.]
mopsig [ugs.] (dicklich) chubby
mopsig [ugs.] (eintönig, langweilig) tedious
Moraga ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Kalifornien, USA) Moraga
Moral {f} morals
Moral {f} (einer Geschichte) tag
Moral {f} (einer Geschichte) moral
Moral {f} (Einstellung, Stimmung [Arbeits-, Kampfmoral etc.]) morale
Moral {f} (Erfahrung) moral
Moral {f} (Ethik) ethics
Moral {f} (Sittenkodex) moral code
Moral {f} (Sittenlehre) morality
Moral {f} ([persönliche] moralische Normen) moral standards
Moralapostel {m} [pej.] moralizer
moralisch moral
moralisch morally
moralisch unbedenklich morally inoffensive
moralisch verpflichtet bound in honour
moralische Bedenken {pl} scruples
moralische Grundsätze moralities
moralische Reinheit {f] moral purity
Moralische Unordnung [lit.] Moral Disorder [lit.] (Margaret Atwood)
moralische Überlegenheit {f} moral high ground
moralischer Konflikt {m} moral conflict
moralischer Sieg {m} moral victory
moralischer Verfall {m} gangrene [fig.]
moralischer Wandel {m} transformation of morality
moralisches Leitbild {n} moral model
moralisches Verbot {n} moral prohibition
moralisiere moralize
moralisieren to moralize
Moralisieren {n} moralizing
moralisierend moralizing
moralisiert moralizes
moralisiert moralized
Moralismus {m} moralization
Moralisten {pl} moralists
moralistisch moralistic
moralistische moralistically
Morallehre {f} [philos.] (die Gesamtheit der einzelnen Lehren) moral philosophy
Moralphilosoph {m} moral philosopher
Moralphilosophie {f} [philos.] moral philosophy
Moralphilosophin {f} moral philosopher
Moralpolizei {f} morality police
Moralprediger {m} [pej.] moralizer
Moralprediger {m} [pej.} sermonizer
Moralprediger {m} [pej.} moralizing prig
Moralpredigerin {f} [pej.} sermonizer
Moralpredigerin {f} [pej.} moralizing prig
Moralpredigt {f} homily [fig.]
Moralpredigt {f} sermon
Moralpredigt {f} moralizing lecture
Moralpsychologie {f} moral psychology
Moraltheologie {f} [bes. kath.] casuistry
Moraltheologie {f} [relig.] moral theology
Moralverbot {n} moral prohibition
Morast {m} morass
Morast {m} bog
Morast {m} ooze
Morast {m} slob [esp. Ir.]
Morast {m} [auch fig.] slough
Moraste {pl} morasses
morastig quaggy
Moratorium {n} moratorium
Morayshire ({n}) [geogr.] (eine Grafschaft in Schottland [Großbritannien]) Morayshire (a county in Scotland [Great Britain])
Morbach ({n}) [geogr.] Morbach (a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
morbid morbid
morbid morbidly
morbid (dekadent) decadent
morbid {adv.} (dekadent) decadently
morbide Schönheit {f} decadent beauty
Morbidität {f} (Dekadenz) decadence
Morbilli-Viren {pl} [biol., med.] morbilli viruses
Morbilli-Virus {n} (ugs. {m}) [biol., med.] morbilli virus
Morbilliviren {pl} [biol., med.] morbilliviruses
Morbilliviren {pl} [biol., med.] morbilli viruses
Morbillivirus {n} (ugs. {m}) [biol., med.] morbillivirus
Morbillivirus {n} (ugs. {m}) [biol., med.] morbilli virus
Morbus Addison {m} [med.] Addison's disease
Morbus Ahlbäck {m} [med.] Ahlbäck's disease
Morbus Ahlbäck {m} [med.] Ahlback disease
Morbus Ahlbäck {m} [med.] Ahlback's disease
Morbus Alexander {m} [med.] Alexander disease
Morbus Alexander {m} [med.] Alexander's disease
Morbus Alzheimer {m} [med.] Alzheimer's disease , AD
Morbus Aujeszky {m} [vet., med.] Aujeszky's disease
Morbus Baló {m} [med.] Baló's disease
Morbus Baló {m} [med.] Balo's disease
Morbus Bang {m} [med.] (durch Brucella abortus verursachte Brucellose) Bang's disease
Morbus Basedow {m} [med.] Graves' disease
Morbus Basedow {m} [med.] Basedow's disease
Morbus Bechterew {m} [med.] Bechterew's disease
Morbus Bechterew {m} [med.] Bekhterev's disease
Morbus Bechterew {m} [med.] Bekhterev syndrome
Morbus Behçet {m} [med.] Behçet's disease
Morbus Behçet {m} [med.] Behcet's disease
Morbus Behçet {m} [med.] Behçet disease
Morbus Behçet {m} [med.] Behcet disease
Morbus Biermer {m} [med.] (perniziöse Anämie) Biermer's disease
Morbus Binswanger {m} [med.] Binswanger's disease
Morbus Blount {m} [med.] Blount's disease
Morbus Byler {m} [med.] Byler's disease
Morbus Calvé {m} [med.] Calvé's disease
Morbus Canavan {m} [med.] Canavan disease
Morbus Caroli {m} [med.] Caroli disease
Morbus Castleman {m} [med.] Castleman's disease
Morbus Castleman {m} [med.] Castleman disease
Morbus Charcot-Marie-Tooth {m} [med.] CMT disease
Morbus Charcot–Marie–Tooth {m} [med.] Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease
Morbus Cori {m} [med.] Cori's disease
Morbus Crohn {m} [med.] Crohn's disease
Morbus Curschmann-Steinert {m} [med.] Curschmann-Steinert disease
Morbus Darier {m} [med.] Darier's disease
Morbus Darier {m} [med.] Darier's disease , DAR
Morbus Darier {m} [med.] Darier disease , DAR
Morbus Darier-White {m} [med.] Darier-White disease
Morbus Dercum {m} [med.] Dercum's disease
Morbus Dercum {m} [med.] (Adiposis dolorosa) Dercum's disease
Morbus Dieterich {m} [med.] Dieterich's disease
Morbus Dieterich {m} [med.] Dieterich disease
Morbus Duhring {m} [med.] Duhring's disease , DH
Morbus Duhring {m} [med.] Duhring disease , DH
Morbus Dupuytren {m}, MD {m} [med.] Dupuytren's disease
Morbus Dupuytren {m}, MD {m} [med.] Dupuytren disease
Morbus Fabry {m} , MF {m} [med.] Fabry disease , FD
Morbus Fabry {m}, MF {m} [med.] Fabry's disease , FD
Morbus Fahr {m} [med.] Fahr's disease
Morbus Farber {m} [med.] Farber syndrome
Morbus Farber {m} [med.] Farber disease
Morbus Forrestier {f} [med.] (Spondylosis hyperostotica) Forrestier's disease
Morbus Fournier {m} [med.] Fournier's syndrome
Morbus Fölling {m} [med.] (Phenylketonurie) Folling's disease
Morbus Garré {m} [med.] Garré's disease
Morbus Gaucher {m} [med.] Gaucher's disease
Morbus Gilbert–Meulengracht {m} [med.] Gilbert–Meulengracht syndrome
Morbus Glanzmann-Naegeli {m} [med.] Glanzmann's disease
Morbus Gougerot-Hailey-Hailey {m} [med.] Hailey-Hailey disease , HHD
Morbus Hailey-Hailey {m} [med.] Hailey-Hailey disease , HHD
Morbus Hansen {m} [med.] (Lepra) Hansen's disease
Morbus Hansen {m} [med.] (Lepra) Hansen's disease (leprosy)
Morbus Hass {m} [med.] Hass disease
Morbus Hippel-Lindau {m} [med.] von Hippel-Lindau disease , VHL
Morbus Hirschsprung {m} [med.] Hirschsprung disease , HD
Morbus Hirschsprung {m} [med.] Hirschsprung's disease , HD
Morbus Hodgkin {m} [med.] Hodgkin's disease , HD
Morbus Hoffa {m} [med.] Hoffa's disease
Morbus Iselin {m} [med.] Iselin's disease
Morbus Kahler {m} [med.] (Plasmozytom) Kahler's disease (plasmocytoma)
Morbus Kerner [med., veraltet] (Botulismus) Kerner's disease
Morbus Kerner [vet.] ([bes. chronischer] Botulismus) Kerner's disease
Morbus Kostmann {m} [med.] Kostmann syndrome
Morbus Krabbe {m} [med.] (Globoidzellleukodystrophie) Krabbe's disease
Morbus Krabbe {m} [med.] (Globoidzellleukodystrophie) Krabbe disease
Morbus Ledderhose {m} [med.] Ledderhose's disease
Morbus Lenègre {m} [med.] Lenègre's disease
Morbus McArdle {m} [med.] McArdle disease
Morbus Menière {m} [med.] Menière's disease
Morbus Niemann-Pick {m} [med.] Niemann-Pick disease
Morbus Osler {m} [med.] Osler's disease
Morbus Osler-Rendu-Weber {m} [med.] Osler-Weber-Rendu disease