|species of gazelle that is native to Tibet, Tibetan gazelle||goa|
|(also known as gayal) member of the species of true cattle and belonging to the subfamily Bovinae||mithan|
|(Botany) genus of trees (native of Japan, North America, the Middle East and China)||osmanthus|
|(Hebrew) "prickly pear", native-born Israeli, native Israeli||sabra|
|(Informal) resident of Oklahoma (USA); worker from Oklahoma (USA); native of Okinawa (island southwest of Japan) (derogatory)||Okie|
|(Portuguese - literally means buyer) an intermediary; a native steward or agent for a foreign business (formerly in China)||comprador|
|(Urdu) writer secretary or native language teachers employed by Europeans||munshi|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assagai||assegai|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assegai||assagai|
|a member of a Native American people, member of Klamath, member of the Klamath subdivision of the Lutumian Indian tribe of southern Oregon, subdivision of the Lutumian Indian tribe of southern Oregon; large river in the northwestern United States (flow...||Klamath|
|able to change, changeable, fluctuating, inconstant; fickle; having a quantity that is unfixed; deviating from the norm, differing from the species norm, fluctuating design criterion, inconsistent, likely to blow differently, logic symbol, range of values||variable|
|Abominable Snowman, Abominable Snowman (Tibetan), mysterious Himalayan animal||yeti|
|aboriginal person, aborigine, native inhabitant, geologic deposit originating where found, native plant or animal||autochthon|
|about ancient Persia, about modern Iran, Farsi, from Persia (former name of modern-day Iran), language of ancient Persians, people of ancient Persia, Persian cat, resident of citizen of Persia; native of Persia; Persian language (also known as Farsi), ...||Persian|
|acquaint with somebody else, bring in new species, bring in something new, cause to experience something new, give audience foretaste, insert, preface with something else, present for the first time; acquaint one person with another; bring to the notic...||introduce|
|acrobat, amount in tumbler, drinking glass, drinking glass without a stem or handle; acrobat; part of a lock which releases the bolt to move; gear-moving part of a transmission, cog for transmitting power from a rotating shaft (Machines); species of do...||tumbler|
|act as pioneer, first person to explore territory, first species to grow somewhere, go into unexplored territory, invent or develop new thing, inventor or innovator, pathfinder, forerunner; one who paves the way; member of a military engineering corps,...||pioneer|
|act of banishing a person from his native country; banishment, exile||expatriation|
|act of eating human flesh, animals eating own species, humans eating humans||cannibalism|
|advantageous relationship between species, interdependence as the ideal condition of social and individual well being (Philosophy), see also:symbiosis||mutualism|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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