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French-German translation for: [Os]
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Dictionary French German: [Os]

Translation 1 - 29 of 29

French German
friable {adj} [os, pierres, etc.]
brüchig [Knochen, Gestein etc.]
rongé {adj} {past-p} [os]
casser qc. {verbe} [bras, jambe, os]
etw.Akk. brechen [Bein, Arm, Knochen]
saillir {verbe} [menton, os]
vorstehen [Kinn, Knochen]
déplacement {m} [os, vertèbre]
Verschiebung {f} [Knochen, Wirbel]
anat. zool. baculum {m} [Os penis]Penisknochen {m}
zool. baubellum {m} [Os clitoris, Os clitoridis]Baubellum {n} [seltener für: Klitorisknochen]
anat. naviculaire {m} [Os naviculare]Kahnbein {n} [des Fußes]
anat. scaphoïde {m} [Os scaphoideum, Os carpi radiale]Skaphoid {n}
anat. scaphoïde {m} [Os scaphoideum]Kahnbein {n} [der Hand]
2 Words
se casser qc. {verbe} [bras, jambe, os]sichDat. etw. brechen [Bein, Arm, Knochen]
méd. se fracturer qc. {verbe} [bras, jambe, os]sichDat. etw.Akk. brechen [Bein, Arm, Knochen]
biol. se ressouder {verbe} [fracture, os]wieder zusammenwachsen
zool. os {m} clitoridien [Os clitoris, Os clitoridis]Klitorisknochen {m}
anat. os {m} ethmoïde [Os ethmoidale]Siebbein {n}
anat. os {m} frontal [Os frontale]Stirnbein {n}
anat. os {m} nasal [Os nasale]Nasenbein {n}
anat. os {m} naviculaire [Os naviculare]Kahnbein {n} [des Fußes]
anat. os {m} occipital [Os occipitale]Hinterhauptbein {n}
anat. os {m} occipital [Os occipitale]Hinterhauptsbein {n}
anat. os {m} pariétal [Os parietale]Scheitelbein {n}
anat. zool. os {m} pénien [Os penis]Penisknochen {m}
anat. os {m} scaphoïde [Os scaphoideum, syn. : Os carpi radiale]Skaphoid {n}
anat. os {m} scaphoïde [Os scaphoideum]Kahnbein {n} [der Hand]
anat. os {m} sphénoïde [Os sphenoidale]Keilbein {n}
anat. os {m} temporal [Os temporale]Schläfenbein {n}
anat. scaphoïde {m} tarsien [vieilli] [Os naviculare]Kahnbein {n} [des Fußes]
anat. semi-lunaire {m} [vieilli] [ancienne nomenclature] [Os lunatum]Mondbein {n}
3 Words
anat. os {m} scaphoïde tarsien [vieilli] [Os naviculare]Kahnbein {n} [des Fußes]
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