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Narbenseite {f} (von Leder) grain side
Narbenseite {f} (von Leder) grain
Narbenskoliose {f} [med.] cicatricial scoliosis
Narbenspalt {m} (von Leder) grain split
Narbenstadium {n} [med.] scar stage
Narbenstenose {f} [med.] cicatricial stenosis
Narbenstoßmaschine {f} [Lederherstellung] frizing machine
Narbenstriktur {f} [med.] scar stricture
Narbenstriktur {f} [med.] cicatricial stricture
Narbenzug {m} [med.] cicatricial pull
narbig [bot.] stigmatic
narbig [med.] scarred
narbig [med.] uloid [scient.]
narbig [med.] cicatricial
narbig [med.] epulotic [scient.]
narbig [med.] (durch Pocken) [med.] pitted
narbig {adv.} [med.] scarredly
narbig {adv.} [med.] cicatricially
narbige foveate
narbige scarring
narbige Stenose {f} [med.] cicatricial stenosis
narbiges Gesicht {n} scarred face
narbiges Gesicht {n} (bes. durch Pocken) pitted face
Narbung {f} (von Leder) graining
Narcotin {n} [pharm.] (ein Antitussivum) narcotine
Nardenöl {n} nard oil
Nares {pl} [anat.] nares
Naresland ({n}) [geogr.] Nares Land
Naresland ({n}) [geogr.] Naresland
Narethasittich {m} [zool.] Naretha bluebonnet (Northiella haematogaster narethae)
Narethasittich {m} [zool.] Naretha blue-bonnet (Northiella haematogaster narethae)
Narethasittich {m} [zool.] Naretha blue bonnet (Northiella haematogaster narethae)
Narhallamarsch {m} [musik.] (ein Karnevalsmarsch) Narhalla March (a carnival march)
Nariño-Tapaculo {m} [zool.] Narino tapaculo (Scytalopus vicinior)
Nariñotapaculo {m} [zool.] Narino tapaculo (Scytalopus vicinior)
Naris {f} [anat.] naris
Narita International Airport {m} Narita International Airport (NRT)
Narjan-Mar ({n}) [geogr.] (eine Stadt in Russland) Naryan-Mar (a town in Russia)
Narkolepsie {f} [med.] narcolepsy
Narkoleptiker {m} [med.] narcoleptic
Narkoleptiker {pl} [med.] narcoleptics
Narkoleptikerin {f} [med.] (female) narcoleptic
Narkoleptikerinnen {pl} [med.] (female) narcoleptics
narkoleptisch [med.] narcoleptic
narkoleptischer Anfall {m} [med.] narcoleptic fit
narkoleptischer Anfall {m} [med.] narcoleptic seizure [esp. Am.]
Narkose [österr.] (ein britischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1946) Green for Danger
Narkose {f} [med.] narcosis
Narkose {f} [med.] anesthesia [esp. Am.]
Narkose {f} [med.] anaesthesia [Br.]
Narkoseapparat {m} [med.-tech.] anesthesia apparatus [esp. Am.]
Narkoseapparat {m} [med.-tech.] anaesthesia apparatus [Br.]
Narkosearzt {m} anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkosearzt {m} anaesthetist
Narkosefacharzt {m} anaesthetist
Narkosefacharzt {m} anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkosefachärztin {f} (female) anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkosefachärztin {f} (female) anaesthetist
Narkosegas {n} [pharm.] anesthetic gas [esp. Am.]
Narkosegas {n} [pharm.] anaesthetic gas [Br.]
Narkosegerät {n} [med.-tech.] anesthesia apparatus [esp. Am.]
Narkosegerät {n} [med.-tech.] anaesthesia apparatus [Br.]
Narkosegewehr {n} tranquillizer gun [esp. Br.]
Narkosegewehr {n} tranquilizer gun [esp. Am.]
Narkosemaske {f} [med.-tech.] anaesthetic mask
Narkosemaske {f} [med.-tech.] anesthetic mask [esp. Am.]
Narkosemittel {n} [pharm.] anaesthetic agent
Narkosemittel {n} [pharm.] anesthetic agent [esp. Am.]
Narkosemittel {n} [pharm.] anesthetic [esp. Am.]
Narkosemittel {n} [pharm.] anaesthetic
Narkosen {pl} narcoses
Narkosenfacharzt {m} anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkosenfacharzt {m} anaesthesiologist
Narkosenfachlehre {f} anesthesiology
Narkoserisiko {n} [med.] anesthesia risk [esp. Am.]
Narkoserisiko {n} [med.] anaesthesia risk [Br.]
Narkosespezialist {m} [med.] anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkosespezialist {m} [med.] anaesthetist
Narkosespezialistin {f} [med.] (female) anaesthetist
Narkosespezialistin {f} [med.] (female) anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkosespritze {f} [med.] anaesthetic injection
Narkosespritze {f} [med.] anesthetic injection [esp. Am.]
Narkosestadien {pl} [med.] stages of anesthesia [esp. Am.]
Narkosestadien {pl} [med.] stages of anaesthesia [Br.]
Narkosestadium {n} [med.] stage of anaesthesia [Br.]
Narkosestadium {n} [med.] stage of anesthesia [esp. Am.]
Narkosesystem {n} [med.-tech.] anesthesia system [esp. Am.]
Narkosesystem {n} [med.-tech.] anaesthesia system [Br.]
Narkoseärzte {pl} anesthetists
Narkoseärztin {f} (female) anesthesiologist [esp. Am.]
Narkoseärztin {f} (female) anaesthetist
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] anaesthetics [Br.]
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] anaesthetic agents [Br.]
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] anesthetic agents [Am.]
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] anaesthetic drugs [Br.]
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] anesthetic drugs [Am.]
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] (bes. Rauschgifte) narcotics
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] (bes. Rauschgifte) narcotic agents
Narkotika {pl} [pharm.] (bes. Rauschgifte) narcotic drugs
Narkotikum {n} goofball
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] anaesthetic
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] anesthetic [esp. Am.]
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] anaesthetic agent
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] anaesthetic drug
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] anesthetic agent [esp. Am.]
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] anesthetic drug [Am.]
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] (bes. Rauschgift) narcotic
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] (bes. Rauschgift) narcotic agent
Narkotikum {n} [pharm.] (bes. Rauschgift) narcotic drug
narkotisch narcotic
narkotisch anaesthetic
narkotisch anesthetic [esp. Am.]
narkotische narcotically
narkotischer Rausch {m} [med.] narcotism
narkotischer Zustand {m} [med.] narcotism
narkotisieren to narcotize
narkotisieren to dope
narkotisieren to drug
narkotisieren [med.] to anaesthetize
narkotisieren [med.] anesthetize [esp. Am.]
narkotisieren [med.] anaesthetise [Br.]
narkotisierend narcotic
narkotisierend narcotically
narkotisierend narcotizing
narkotisiert narcotizes
narkotisiert narcotized
Narkotisierung {f} [med.] anaesthetization
Narkotisierung {f} [med.] anesthetization [esp. Am.]
Narkotisierung {f} [med.] anaesthetisation [Br.]
Narkotismus {m} [med., psych.] narcotism
Narok ({n}) [geogr.] (eine Stadt in Kenia) Narok
Narr {m} goop [Am.] [coll.]
Narr {m} (Besessener, Fanatiker) fiend
Narr {m} (Fanatiker) freak
Narr {m} (Fanatiker) hound [esp. Am.] [coll.]
Narr {m} (Karnevalist) carnival reveller
Narr {m} (Verrückter) madman
Narr {m} (Wahnsinniger, Fanatiker) maniac
Narr {m} [bes. hist.] (Hofnarr) fool
Narr {m} [bes. hist.] (Hofnarr) jester
Narr {m} [geh., veraltend] (einfältige, törichte Person) fool
Narr, Knilch {m} jerk
Narragansett ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Rhode Island, USA) Narragansett
narrative Theologie {f} [relig.] narrative theology
Narratologe {m} narratologist
Narratologie {f} narratology
Narratologin {f} (female) narratologist
Narratophilie {f} [psych.] narratophilia
narren to hoax
Narren sterben [lit.] Fools Die [lit.] (Mario Puzo)
Narren {pl} jesters
Narren {pl} (Karnevalisten) carnival revellers
Narren {pl} (Verrückte) madmen
Narrenanstalt {f} [ugs., veraltet] lunatic asylum
Narrenanstalt {f} [ugs., veraltet] mental asylum
Narrenanstalt {f} [ugs., veraltet] insane asylum
Narrenanstalt {f} [ugs., veraltet] madhouse
Narrenanstalt {f} [ugs., veraltet] mental house
Narrenaufzug {m} [musik.] Procession of the Fools
Narrenbein {n} [schweiz.] (Ellbogenhöcker [empfindliche Stelle des Nervus ulnaris]) funny bone [Br.]
narrend hoaxing
Narrengold {n} [min.] (Goldglimmer) yellow mica
Narrengold {n} [min.] (Goldglimmer) golden mica
Narrenhaus {n} [landsch., fig.] (Tollhaus) madhouse
Narrenhaus {n} [landsch., fig.] (Tollhaus) bedlam
Narrenhaus {n} [landsch., fig.] (Tollhaus) crazy house
Narrenhaus {n} [veraltend, pej.] (Irrenhaus, psychiatrische Klinik) crazy house [esp. Am.] [coll.]
Narrenhaus {n} [veraltend, pej.] (Irrenhaus, psychiatrische Klinik) bughouse [Am.] [coll.]
Narrenhaus {n} [veraltend, pej.] (Irrenhaus, psychiatrische Klinik) nuthouse [coll.]
Narrenhaus {n} [veraltend, pej.] (Irrenhaus, psychiatrische Klinik) madhouse
Narrenhaus {n} [veraltend, pej.] (Irrenhaus, psychiatrische Klinik) nut house [coll.]
Narrenhaus {n} [veraltend, pej.] (Irrenhaus, psychiatrische Klinik) nut-house [coll.]
Narrenkappe {f} fool's cap
Narrenkappe {f} cockscomb
Narrenkappe {f} (mit Schellen) cap and bells
Narrenkappe {f} [hist.] (für minderbegabte Schüler) duncecap
Narrenkappe {f} [hist.] (für minderbegabte Schüler) dunce's cap
Narrenkappe {f} [hist.] (für minderbegabte Schüler) dunce cap
Narrenkappe {f} [hist.] (für minderbegabte Schüler) dunce's hat
Narrenkleid {n} [hist.] motley
Narrenmütze {f} foolscap
Narrenmützen {pl} foolscaps
Narrenpritsche {f} slapstick
Narrenpritsche {f} slap-stick
Narrenpritsche {f} slap stick
Narrenreigen [lit.] Antic Hay [lit.] (Aldous Huxley)
Narrentum {n} [geh.] (Torheit) stupidity
Narrentum {n} [geh.] (Torheit) foolishness
Narrentum {n} [geh.] (Torheit) folly
Narrenwoche {f} (Höhepunkt der Schul- und Studentenstreiche) rag week (Br.) (public school and university sl.)
Narrenzunft {f} fool's guild
Narrenzunft {f} guild of jesters
Narrenzunft {f} jester's guild
Narrenzunft {f} guild of fools
Narretei {f} [geh.] (Torheit) stupidity
Narretei {f} [geh.] (Torheit) foolishness
Narretei {f} [geh.] (Torheit) folly
Narrhallamarsch {m} [musik.] (ein Karnevalsmarsch) Narrhalla March (a carnival march)
Narrhallese {m} [landsch.] (Karnevalist) carnival reveller
Narrhallesen {pl} [landsch.] (Karnevalisten) carnival revellers