dvärg has 50 translations in 16 languages

translations of dvärg

SV EN English 4 translations
SV ES Spanish 1 translation
  • enano [miniature, something much smaller than the usual of its sort, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
SV FR French 2 translations
  • naine [astronomy: relatively small star, miniature, something much smaller than the usual of its sort, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {f}
  • nain [something much smaller than the usual of its sort, miniature, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
SV PT Portuguese 3 translations
  • anã [astronomy: relatively small star] {f}
  • anão [something much smaller than the usual of its sort, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
  • nanico [miniature]
SV IT Italian 1 translation
  • nana (n proper) [astronomy: relatively small star] {f}
SV DE German 6 translations
  • Zwerg [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit, allmän, astronomy: relatively small star, something much smaller than the usual of its sort, man, saga] {m}
  • Zwerg- [miniature]
  • Knirps (n) (m)
  • Zwergin [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit, kvinna] {f}
  • Zwergstern [astronomy: relatively small star] (n adj v)
  • zwergenhaft [miniature]
SV NL Dutch 3 translations
  • dwerg (adv int) [something much smaller than the usual of its sort, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
  • dwerg- (adv int) [miniature]
  • dwergster (adv int) [astronomy: relatively small star] (n adj v)
SV CS Czech 4 translations
  • skřítek (adv n v) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
  • permoník (adv n v) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • trpaslík (adv n v) [miniature, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit, astronomy: relatively small star]
  • pidimužík (adv n v) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
SV PL Polish 4 translations
  • karzeł (adj n int) [astronomy: relatively small star, something much smaller than the usual of its sort, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
  • krasnolud (adj n int) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit]
  • karłowaty (adj n int) [miniature]
  • krasnoludek (adj n int) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
SV DA Danish 1 translation
  • dværg [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
SV BG Bulgarian 5 translations
  • гном [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • дребен [miniature] (n adj v)
  • джудже [astronomy: relatively small star] (n adj v)
  • мъниче [something much smaller than the usual of its sort] (n adj v)
  • джу́дже [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
SV HU Hungarian 1 translation
  • törpe (n v adj int) [something much smaller than the usual of its sort, being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
SV RU Russian 4 translations
  • гном [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • ка́рлик [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit, astronomy: relatively small star, something much smaller than the usual of its sort] (n v)
  • ка́рлица [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • ка́рликовый [miniature] (n adj v)
SV SL Slovenian 6 translations
  • škrat [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] {m}
  • palček [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • palčica [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • škratica [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • pritlikav [miniature] (n adj v)
  • pritlikavka [astronomy: relatively small star] (n adj v)
SV JA Japanese 3 translations
  • 侏儒 (proper v) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • 小人 (proper v) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • ドワーフ (proper v) [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
SV VI Vietnamese 2 translations
  • chú lùn [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)
  • người lùn [being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit] (n adj v)

Synonyms for dvärg

  1. Meaning: tomte [n]
    nisse, pyssling (u), tummeliten, pygmé (u), krympling (u), gnom (u), kryp, dvärg (u)
  2. Meaning: moron [n]
    debil, idiot (u), dvärg (u), kretin (u)
  3. Meaning: lilleputt [n]
    pyssling (u), pyre, dvärg (u), tummeliten
  4. Meaning: jordande [n]
    bergande, elementarande, dvärg (u), gnom (u)
  5. Meaning: nisse [n]
    vätte, pyssling (u), tomtegubbe, småfolk, dvärg (u), gnom (u), tomte

Words similar to dvärg

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