Geißel has 50 translations in 15 languages

translations of Geißel

DEENEnglish5 translations
DEESSpanish3 translations
  • azote(n)[Katastrophe, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]{m}
  • plaga(n)[Peitsche, Katastrophe]{f}
  • flagelo(n)[Biologie, a whip often of leather]
DEFRFrench3 translations
  • fléau(n)[Katastrophe, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]{m}
  • fouet(n)[Peitsche, a whip often of leather]{m}
  • écourgée(n v)[a whip often of leather](n v)
DEITItalian4 translations
  • flagello(n)[Biologie, Katastrophe, Peitsche, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]{m}
  • piaga(n)[a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]{f}
  • sferza(n){f}
  • frusta(n){f}
DEPTPortuguese3 translations
  • açoite(n)[Peitsche]
  • tormento[Katastrophe]{m}
  • flagelo[Katastrophe, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble, a whip often of leather]{m}
DENLDutch4 translations
  • zweep(n)[Peitsche]{m}
  • plaag[Katastrophe, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]{m}
  • schrik(n v)[a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]{m}
  • gesel[Katastrophe, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble, a whip often of leather]{m}
DESVSwedish4 translations
  • gissel(n)[Biologie, Katastrophe, Peitsche, a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble, a whip often of leather]{n}
  • flagell(n)[Biologie]
  • piska(n)[Peitsche]
  • plåga(n v)[a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]
DECSCzech3 translations
  • bič(n v)[a whip often of leather]
  • důtky(n v)[a whip often of leather](n v)
  • karabáč(n v)[a whip often of leather](n v)
DEPLPolish2 translations
DEDADanish4 translations
DEBGBulgarian1 translation
DERURussian8 translations
DESLSlovenian1 translation
DENOno1 translation
  • svøpe(n v)[a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble, a whip often of leather]
DEFIfi4 translations
  • vitsaus[a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble]
  • ruoska(n v)[a whip often of leather]
  • piiska(n v)[a whip often of leather]
  • maanvaiva(n v)[a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble](n v)