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m abr
männlich; masculinum; meta; mittel; mit
MA. abr
Mittelalter - Middle Ages
M.A. abr
Mittelalter - Middle Ages
ma. abr
mittelalterlich; mundartlich
m.a. abr
mittelalterlich
m.Abb. abr
mit Abbildung(en)
Machbarkeit  f
 feasibility; practicability, realizability
rerere  m
 belief in feasibility, practicability, or realizability
Machbarkeitsstudie  f (-n)
 feasibility study
machen  vr
to make, do; to create
Machiavellismus  m
 Machiavellism, Machiavellianism
machiavellistisch  adj
 Machiavellian
Machismo  m
 machismo
Machismus  m
 machismo
Macht f (-"e)
might, strength; power; control; authori­ty; force
Machtanspruch  m
 claim to power, power claim
Machtausübung f
exercise of power
Machtbedürfnis  n
 power need, need for power
Machtbereich  m (-e)
 sphere of control or power
Machtbeschränkung  f (-en)
 limitation of power
Machtbeziehung f (-en)
 power relation
Machtergreifung  f
 seizure of power
Machterringung f
struggling for or acquisition of power
Machtgleichgewicht  n
 balance of power
Machtgruppe  f (-n)
 power group
Machthaber  m (-)
 ruler
mächtig adj
powerful, mighty; huge; immense
Machtkampf m (-"e)
struggle for power
Machtkonzentration  f (-en)
 concentration of power
machtlos  adj
powerless, weak; impotent
Machtlosigkeit f
powerlessness, weakness; impotence
Machtmißbrauch  m
 abuse/misuse of power
Machtspiel n (-e)
 power play
Machtstellung  f (-en)
 power-sharing
Machtstreben  n
 striving for power
Machtteilung  f
 power-sharing
Machtübernahme  f
 assumption of power, takeover
Machtübertragung  f
 transfer of power
Machtverhältnis n (-se) 
 balance of power, power relations
Machtwechsel  m (-)
 change(-over) of power
Machtwissen  n
 power-knowledge, knowledge-power
Machwerk n (-e)
inferior or clumsy work
Mädchen n (-)
girl, servant (girl), maiden, maid, sweetheart
Made f (-n)
maggot; mite; worm
Madonnenbild n (-er)
picture of the Virgin, Madonna
madonnenhaft  adj
Madonna-like
Madonnenkultus m
worship of the virgin
Madonnenverehrung f
worship of the virgin
Madrigal n
madrigal
Madrigalismus m
madrigalism
madrigalistisch  adj
madrigalian
Mäeutik  f
 maeutics
Mag. abr
Magazin; Magister; Magistrat
Magd f (-"e)
servant girl; maid (farm); handmaid(en) (of Christ); poet: maiden, handmaid(en); des Herrn M. - the handmaiden of the Lord; eine holde M. - a fair maiden; Maria, die reine M. - Mary the holy virgin
Magdalena f
Magdalene
Mägdelein n (-)
dim of Magd, poet: (little) maid, maiden; (little) girl
Mägdlein n (-)
dim of Magd; poet: (little) maid, maiden; (little) girl
Magen m (- or -")
stomach
mager  adj
thin, lean; spare; poor, meager, scanty
Magerungsmittel m (-)
degraissant
Magie f
magic
Magier m (-)
magician; (pl) Magi
Magiker m (-)
magician
magisch adj
magic(al)
magischer Realismus  m
 magic(al) realism
Magister m (-)
schoolmaster, tutor; M. Artium -  Master of Arts
Magistergrad m
(degree of) Master of Arts
magisterium
Lat: teaching authority (of the church)
Magistrat m
borough or municipal council; local authority
Magnificat n
Magnificat
magnitudo
Lat: greatness or magnitude (of God)
Magog m
Magog
Mahajana-Buddhismus  m
 Mahayana Buddhism
Mahl n (-e, -"er)
meal; banquet
mahlen  vr
to grind; to mill; to pound, crush; to bray, to bet, to powder, to pulverize
Mahlzeit f
mealtime, meal
Mähne f (-n)
mane
mahnen  vr
to warn, admonish; to remind; to exhort
Mahnruf m (-e)
warning cry
Mahnung f (-en)
warning, admonition, dunning; reminder
Mahnzeichen n (-)
warning sign
Mährischen Brüder f (pl)
Bohemian Brethren
Mai m (-)
May
Maibaum m (-"e)
maypole
maieutisch  adj
 maieutic
Maifeier f (-n)
Mayday celebration
Mailied n (-er)
May carol, May song
Mainchäer m (-)
Manichaean; Manichean
Maja  f
 maya, illusion
Majestät f (-en)
majesty
majestätisch adj
majestic
Majorität f (-en)
majority
Majoritätsprinzip  n
 majority principle
Makedonien n
Macedonia
Makedonier m (-)
Macedonian
makedonisch  adj
Macedonian
Makel m (-)
flaw, blemish; stain, spot, blot; taint, tarnish
makellos  adj
spotless, unblemished; untainted; untarnished
Makk. abr
Makkabäer - Maccabees; 1. Makkabäer - 1 Maccabees; 2. Makkabäer - 2 Maccabees
Makk abr
Makkabäer - Maccabees; 1 Makkabäer - 1 Maccabees; 2 Makkabäer - 2 Maccabees
Makkabäer f, pl
Maccabees
makkabäisch  
Maccabean
Makrobiotik  f
 macrobiotics
Makrokosmos  m
 macrocosm
Makrokosmus m
macrocosm
makroskopisch  adj
 macroscopic
Mal abr
Maleachi, Malachias - Malachi  
Mal. abr
Maleachi, Malachias - Malachi  
mal. abr
malerisch; mittelalterlich
Mal n (-e)
time; mark
mala fide
Lat: böse Absicht
Malaria f
malaria
Malchus m
Malchus
Maleachi
(Prophet, Book of) Maliachi
Maleachias
(Prophet, Book of) Malachi
malen  vr
to paint
malend pr p
pictorial
Maler m (-)
painter; decorator
malerisch  adj
 pictorial, picturesque
Malerische  n
 the picturesque
male velle
Lat: (the act of) evil willing
Malteser m (-)
Maltese, inhabitant of Malta
Malteserkreuz n
Maltese cross
Malteserorden m
Order of the Knights of Malta
Malteserritter m (-)
Knight of Malta; Hospitaler
maltesisch  adj
Maltese
malum  
 Lat: evil, badness, harm
Malzeichen n (-)
mark, sign, memorial
Mama f (-s)
mother
Mammon m
Mammon, mammon (contemporary), lucre, worldly riches, money
Mammonismus  m
 mammonism
Mammonsdiener m (-)
mammon-worshiper, worldling
Mammonsdienst m
mammonism, worship of mammon
Mammonsknecht m (-e)
mammon-worshiper, worldling
man. abr
manieristisch
Man n
 the They, the One, the anyone (Heidegger)
man pron
one; people; we; they; you
Mana n
manna
Manasse m
Manasseh
mancher  indef  adj, pron
many a; (pl) some; several, quite a few
mancherlei  adj
many a kind of; various
manchmal adj
sometimes; at times; now and then; from time to time; occasionally
mand. abbr
mandäisch
Mandala  n
 mandala (Jung)
Mandat n (-e)
mandate, authorization, brief
Mandel f (-n)
almond
Mandelbaum m (-"e)
almond tree
Mandelblüte f (-n)
almond blossom
MANE abbr
Monographs on the Ancient Near East. Leiden
Mangel m (-")
lack (an - of); need; want; absence (of); fault; defect; deficiency, shortage; imperfection
Mangelhaftigkeit f
inadequacy, insufficiency; incompleteness; defectiveness; imperfection; faultiness
mangeln  vr
to want; to be wanting or deficient; to lack
Mangelware f (-n)
article or product in short supply
manic  
Lat: manic, maniac
Manichäer m (-)
Manichaean, Manichee
Manichäerin f (-nnen)
Manichaean; Manichean
manichäisch  adj
Manichaean; Manichean
Manichäismus m
Manichaeism
Manie  f
 mania
Manier f
manner; style; Mus: ornament
manieriert  vr
mannered, manneristic
Manierismus m
mannerism, mannered style
Manierist m (-en)
Mannerist
manieristisch  adj
Mannerist
manierlich  adj
well-behaved, well-manner, well-bred
Manifest  n (-e)
 manifesto
Manifest n (-e)
manifesto
manifest adj
manifest, obvious
Manifestation f (-en)
manifestation
Manipulation f (-en)
manipulation
manipulieren  vr
to manipulate
manisch-depressiv  adj
manic-depressive
Manismus  m
 manism
Manitu  m
 manit(o)u
Mann m (-"er)
man; husband
Manna n
manna
mannbar  adj
marriageable; virile; sexually mature, pubescent
Mannbarkeit f
marriageability
Männchen n (-)
little man; male (of beasts, birds, etc.)
Männerarbeit f
men's work or job
Männerchor m (-"e)
male choir
Männergesangverein m (-e)
men's choral society, male-voice choral society
Männersachen  
men's clothing
Männerseelsorge f
pastoral work among men, care of men's souls
Männerseite f
epistle-side (in church); men's side
Männerstimme f (-n)
man's voice, male part
Männerwelt f
male world, the world of men
Mannesalter n
manhood
Manneskraft f
potency, virility, masculine strength
Mannesmut m
manly courage
Mannesstamm m
male line
Mannesstolz  
manly pride
Manneswort n
honest man's word
Manneswürde  
manly dignity
Manneszucht f
discipline
mannhaft adj
manly, brave, valiant, resolute
mannigfach  adj
various, manifold, diverse
mannigfaltig  adj
various, manifold, diverse; m. Gleichartiges - homogeneous manifold
Mannigfaltige  n
 the manifold
Mannigfaltigkeit  f
 manifold, variety, diversity, multiplicity
Männin f
virago, woman
männlich  adj
male, manly, masculine; bold, valiant
Männlichkeit f
manhood, virility, masculinity, maleness; manliness, bravery
Mannschaft f (-en)
(body of) men; crew; party, team; detachment; enlisted men
Mannsleute  
menfolk, men
Man-selbst  n
 the one-self, the they-self (Heidegger)
Mantel m (-")
overcoat, topcoat, cloak, gown, robe, mantle, envelope, sheathing, case, shell
manteltasche f (-n)
coat pocket
Mantelzipfel m (-)
folds of one's garment
Mantik  f
 divination, mantic
mantisch  adj
mantic
Mantra  n
 mantra
Mantrajana  n
 mantrajana
Manual n (-e)
manual
manuell  adj, adv
manual(ly), by hand
Manuskript n (-e)
manuscript, copy
MAOG abbr
Mitteilungen der altorientalischen Gesellschaft. Leipzig
Maoismus  m
 Maoism
Mär  f (-en)
rumor; news, tidings, report, story
Mar. abbr
Marianum. Ephemerides Mariologiae. Roma
Marburger Schule  f
 Marburg School
Märchen n (-)
fairy tale; fabulous story or tale; untruth; fiction; yarn
märchenhaft  adj
fabulous; magical
Marcher m (-)
(a person who lives in a borderland or a lord who governs the territory in his controll)
Marchland n
borderland
Marduk  
Marduk (Babylonian god)
marginal  adj
 marginal
Marginale f (-lien)
marginal note or illustration
Marginalität  f
 marginality
Maria  
Mary, the Virgin
Mariae Himmelfahrt f
Assumption
Mariä Empfängnis f
the Immaculate Conception
Mariae Verkündigung f (-en)
Annunciation
Mariä Himmelfahrt f
Assumption; Assumption of Mary; Assumption Day
Maria Himmelfahrt  
Assumption; Assumption of Mary; Assumption Day
Mariä Lichtmess  
Candlemas
Marie f
Mary
Marienaltar m (-"e)
lady altar
Marienanbetung f (-en)
adoration of the Virgin Mary
Marienbild n (-er)
(depiction of the) madonna, image of the Virgin Mary
Mariendogma n
dogma concerning the Virgin Mary
Marienfigur f (-en)
Madonna figure; picture of the Virgin Mary
Marienkirche f (-n)
St. Mary's church
Marienklagen  
lamentations of Mary
Marienkult m
Mariolatry; (veneration of the Virgin)
Marienleben n
(pictures depicting) the Life of the Virgin
Marientod m
Dormition or Death of the Virgin
Marienverehrung f (-en)
adoration of the Virgin Mary
Marinegeistliche m (-n)
navy chaplain
Marionette f (-n)
puppet
Marionettenoper f (-n)
puppet opera
Marionettentheater n (-)
puppet theater
Mark. abr
Markus - Mark
Mark  n
 essence, marrow; pith, pulp, core, heart, medulla; strength, vigor
Mark Aurel  
 Marcus Aurelius
Marke f (-n)
brand, type, kind, grade
markieren  vr
to mark or lay out; to outline (paper, etc)
Markt m (-"e)
market, marketplace; market town; business, trade
Markthalle f (-n)
market hall, covered market
Marktplatz m (-"e)
marketplace, market square
Marktwirtschaft f
market economy; freie M. - free enterprise (system)
Markus m
Mark (Gospel)
Markusevangelium m
Gospel of or according to (St) Mark
Märlein n (-)
rumor; news, tidings, report, story
Marmor m (-e)
marble
Marmorbild n (-er)
marble statue
Marmorsäule f (-n)
marble column, pillar of marble
Marmorstein m (-e)
marble
Marsch m (-"e)
march
Marschall m (-"e)
marshal
marschieren  adj
to march; to hike
marschmäßig  adj
Mus: in march style
Marta f
Martha
Marter  m (-n)
(votive) roadside or wayside cross, shrine or memorial; 
Marter f (-n)
torture, torment; anguish, agony; pang
Martergerät n (-e)
instruments of torture
Martergeschichte f
martyrology
Marterholz n
the cross
Marterkammer f (-n)
torture chamber
Marterl n (-)
(votive) roadside cross (usually marking a place of death, especially in the Alpine regions)
martern  vr
to torture, martyr, torment
Marterpfahl m (-"e)
the stake
Martersäule f (-n)
column showing the emblem of Christ's passion
Martertod m
martyr's death, death by torture, painful death
martervoll  adj
excruciating
Marterwerkzeug n (-e)
instrument of torture
Martha f
Martha
Martingstag m
St. Martin's Day; Martinmas
Martini  
Martinmas, St. Martin's Day
MartJes abr
Martyrium des Jesaja
Märtyrer m (-)
martyr
Märtyrergeschichte f
martyrology
Märtyrerin f (-nen)
(woman) martyr
Märtyrerkrone f
crown of martyrdom, crown of a martyr
Märtyrertod m
martyrdom, martyr´s death
Märtyrertum n
martyrdom
Martyrium n (-rien)
martyrdom
Martyrologe m (-n)
martyrologist
Martyrologium n (-gien)
martyrology
Marxianer  m (-)
 Marxian
Marxismus m
Marxism
Marxist m (-en)
Marxist
Marxistin f (-nen)
(woman) Marxist
marxistisch  adj
Marxist, Marxian
marxistische adj
Marxist
masc. abr
masculinum
Maschine f (-n)
machine
mask. abr
maskulin
Mask. abr
Maskulinum
Maske f (-en)
mask; make-up
Maskenspiel n (-e)
masque
Maskerade (-n)
disguise, masquerade
maskieren  vr
to mask, disguise, camouflage, conceal; to put on a mask, to disguise oneself
maskulin  
masculine
Massaker n (-)
massacre
massakrieren  vr
to massacre
Masse m (-n)
mass; quantity; matter, substance; Art: paste
Massenauflage f (-n)
mass edition
Massenbeeinflussung f
propaganda
Massenbewegung f (-en)
mass movement
Massendemonstration f (-en)
mass demonstration
Massenerschießung f (-en)
mass execution
Massengeist  m
 mass attitude
Massengesellschaft f
mass society; faceless society
Massengrab n (-"er)
mass grave; common grave
massenhaft adj, adv
massive; massive quantities
Massenhysterie  f
 mass hysteria, collective/mass illusion/delusion
Massenkommunikation  f
 mass communication
Massenkultur
 mass culture
Massenmedien  pl
 mass media
Massenmensch  m
 mass man
Massenmord f (-en)
mass organization
Massenorganisation f (-en)
mass organization
Massenpsycholgie f
mass psychology, crowd psychology
Massenpublikum n
mass audience
Massenveranstaltung f (-en)
mass rally, mass meeting
Massenverbrechen n (-n)
mass crime
Massenverfolgung f (-en)
mass persecution
Massenverhaftung f (-en)
mass arrests
Massenverhalten n
crowd or mass behavior
Massenwahn  m
 mass hysteria, collective/mass illusion/delusion
massenweise adj, adv
massive quantities
massiv  adj
solid, massive, heavy, severe
Mast  m (-en)
mast, pole; tower
MäSt abbr
Münchener ägyptologische Studien. Berlin
Mastbaum m (-"e)
mast
mästen  vr
to feed, fatten
Mastenbau m (-ten)
stave construction; stave church
Mastenkirche f (-n)
stave church
Mastkalb n (-"er)
fattened calf
Mastkorb m (-"e)
 masthead, crow's nest, rigging
Mastvieh n
fat or fattened cattle; beef cattle
Maß n (-e)
measure; measurement; size; dimension; degree; extent; l­imit; in dem M. als - to the same extent as; in the same man­ner as
Maßästhetik  f
 aesthetics of proportions (Goldener Schnitt)
Maße f (-n)
way, manner, fashion; über alle M. - beyond measure, immeasurably, greatly
Maßeinheit f (-en)
module, unit of measure
maßg. abr
maßgebend
maßgeb. abr
maßgeblich
maßgebend  
see maßgeblich
maßgeblich  adj
authoritative, decisive, conclusive; influen­tial; substantial; reliable; determining
Maßhalten  n
 parsimony
mäßig  adj
moderate; moderato; m. bewegt - moderate, moderato
mäßigen  
to moderate; to tone down; to restrain oneself, control oneself
Maßigkeit f
moderation, temperance, frugality, mediocrity
Mäßigung  f
 self-control, restraint
maßlos  
boundless; excessive; extravagant; im­moderate
Maßlosigkeit f
want of moderation, boundlessness; immoderacy; extravagance; vehemence, excessiveness; lack of proportion
Maßnahme f (-n)
measure; precaution; preventive measure; mode of acting
Maßsetzung  f
 conventional fixing of a unit of measurement
Maßstab No information yet.
maßstäblich  adj
 scale(d)
Maßverhältnis n (-se)
proportion
Maßvoll  
moderate (ly); reasonable; restraint, with moderation
Maßwerk n (-e)
tracery
mater fidelium
Lat: mother of the faithful
material  adj
 material; m. Zweckmäßigkeit - material finality (Kant); m. Realgrund - material-real ground (Kant)
Material n (-ien)
material(s); equipment; information
materialbedingt  adj
determined or limited by the material
materialisieren  vr
 to materialize
Materialismus m
materialism
Materialist m (-en)
materialist; sensualist worldling
materialistisch adj
materialistic
materialistische Geschichtsauffassung  f
 materialist conception of history
Materialität  f
 materiality
Materialobjekt  n
 material object
Materialontologie f
 material ontology (Husserl)
Materialursache  f
Lat: material cause
materia prima  
 Lat: prime matter (Aristotle)
Materie f (-n)
matter; stuff, substance; subject; cause; geistige M. - spiritual matter; geschaffene M. - created matter; M. der Anschauung - matter of intuition (Kant); M. des Raumes - matter of space (Kant); schaffende M. - creating matter; Wesen der M. - nature of matter; essence of matter
materiell  adj
material, real, materialistic; Phil: materieller Mensch, matter-of-fact person, materialist
Mathema  n
 doctrine, dogma, tenet; thesis; maxim; proposition; theorem; precept
Mathematizismus  m
 mathematicism
Mathriarchat  n
 matriarchy, matriarchate
Matrikel m (-n)
directory, student register
Matrone f (-n)
matron, dowager
matt  adj
dull; lustreless; Archaeol: mat(te)
Matte f (-n)
mat.
Mattenabdruck m (-"e)
mat impression
Matth. abr
Matthäus - Matthew
Matthäus  
Matthew
Mattheit f
dullness; faintness
mattherzig  adj
faint-hearted, spiritless
Matthias m
Matthias
Mattigkeit f
feebleness, weakness, lassitude
MAU abbr
Monographs. Andrews University. Berrien Springs, Michigan
Mauer f (-n)
 wall; battlement
Mauerabdeckung f (-en)
coping
Mauerabsatz m (-"e)
(wall) offset
Maueranker m (-)
wall anchor; wall clamp
Mauerecke f (-n)
corner
Mauerfläche f (-n)
wall surface
Mauerflucht f (-en)
plane of a wall
Mauerhut m (-"e)
coping
Mauerkalk m
mortar
Mauerkappe f (-n)
coping
Mauerkrönung f (-en)
coping
Mauerlücke f (-n)
break in the wall
Mauerring m (-e)
enclosing wall; circumvallation
Mauervorsprung m (-"e)
protruding part of a wall
Mauerwerk n
masonry; polygonales M. - polygonal masonry; zyklopisches M. - cyclopean masonry
Maul n (-"er)
mouth, jaws, muzzle (of animals); tongue
Maulbeerbaum m (-"e)
 mulberry tree
Maulbeere f (-n)
mulberry
Maulesel  m (-)
mule
Maultier  n (-e)
mule
Maulwurf m (-"e)
mole
Maurer m (-)
mason, bricklayer, builder; (Frei)maurer - (Free)mason
Maurerei f
masonry, freemasonry
maurerisch  adj
Masonic
Maureske f (-n)
arabesque
maurisch  adj
Moorish
Mauritius m
Maurice
Maxima f
maxima, large
maximal  adj
 maximal
Maxime  f
 maxim; maxims based on or in reason (Kant)
maximieren  vr
 maximize
Maximierung  f
 maximization
maya  f
 illusion
Mazdaismus  m
 Mazdaism (Zoroaster)
Mazedonien n
Macedonia
Mazedonier m (-)
Macedonian
mazedonisch  adj
Macedonian
Mäzen m (-e)
patron
Mäzenatentum n
patronage of the arts
MBBG abbr
Missionsblatt der Brüdergemeinde. Herrnhut
MBE abbr
Monumenta Biblica et Ecclesiastica. Roma
MBGRV abbr
Materialien zur Bibelgeschichte und religiösen Volkskunde des Mittelalters. Potsdam
MBTh abbr
Münsterische Beiträge zur Theologie. Münster
MCDM abbr
Magazin für christliche Dogmatik und Moral. Tübingen
md. abr
mitteldeutsch
mdal. abr
mundartlich
MDIäA abbr
Mitteilungen des deutschen Instituts für ägyptische Altertumskunde in Kairo. Berlin
MdKI abbr
Materialdienst des konfessionskundlichen Instituts. Bensheim
Mechanik  f
 mechanics
mechanisch  adj
 mechanical
Mechanisierung  f
 mechanization
Mechanismus m
mechanism
mechanistisch  adj
 mechnistical
Medaille f (-n)
coin, medal
Medaillon n (-s)
medallion
Meder m (-)
Mede, Median
Media f (-dien)
media
media iustificationis
Lat: the means of justification
Mediante f
Mus: mediant; Hist: the third in a triad
Mediatio f
Mus: mediatio, mediation, medial cadence
Mediation  f
 mediation
Mediator m (-en)
Lat: mediator; Mediator or Reconciler (Christ as the God-man)
mediatorisch  adj
mediatory
Mediävist m (-en)
medievalist
Mediävistik  f
 medieval studies
Medici m
Medici
Medien
(pl of) Medium - (occult or spiritualist) media, psychic
Medieneinfluß m (-"sse)
media influence
Medienforschung  f (-en)
 media research
mediengesteuert  adj
 media-steered 
Medienkunst  f
 media art
Medienöffentlichkeit  f
 media public (Habermas)
Mediokrität f (-en)
mediocrity
Meditation f
meditation, contemplation
Meditationsübung  f (-en)
meditation (exercise); contemplation
meditativ  adj
meditative, contemplative
meditieren  vr
to meditate
Medium  n (-dien)
 medium; spiritualits, occult; medium, psychic
medium cognoscendi
Lat: means of knowing
Medizin f (-en)
 medicine; medical science
medizinisch  adj
 medical
Meduse f (-n)
Medusa
Meer n (-e)
sea, ocean
Meereswelle  f (-n)
wave of the sea, sea wave
Meereswoge f (-n)
billow
Megalith m (-e)
megalith
Megalith-Keramik f
pottery from neolithic period
Megalithgrab n (-"er)
megalithic tomb
Megalithkultur f (-en)
megalithic culture
Mehl n (-e)
flour, meal
mehr  comp, adv
more; nicht m. - no longer, no more; immer m. - more and more
Mehr n (-e)
majority; increase; surplus, excess
mehrchörig  adj
polychoral, mulichoral; (with) multiple couses
Mehrchörigkeit f
polychoral music
mehrdeutig  adj
ambiguous
Mehrdeutigkeit f
ambiguity
Mehrdimensionalität  f
 multidimensionality
mehren  vr
to increase; to augment; to multiply; to grow; to propagate
mehrere  pron, adj
several, some, a few; divers; various
mehrfach  adj
multiple; repeated(ly); numerous; several times
mehrfacher Schriftsinn  m
 pluraliyt of (text) meanings
mehrfarbig  adj
multi-colored; polychrome
mehrgradig  adj
 multigrade
Mehrheit  f (-en)
majority; plurality
Mehrheitsbeschluß m (-"sse)
majority decision
Mehrheitsentscheidung  f  (-en)
 majority decision or vote
Mehrheitsprinzip  n
 majority principle, principle of majority
mehrj. abr
mehrjährig
mehrmals  adv
repeatedly, several times, more than once
Mehrparteiensystem n
multiparty system
mehrsätzig  adj
consisting of several movements
mehrschiffig  adj
multiple-aisled
mehrsprachig  adj
multilingual, polyglot
mehrstimmig adj
polyphonic, concerted, for or in several parts or voices
Mehrstimmigkeit f
polyphony
mehrtextig  adj
polytextual
Mehrtextigkeit f
polytextuality
Mehrwert m (-e)
added value, additional value
mehrwertig  f
 many-valued
Mehrzahl f
majority
meiden vi
to avoid; to flee from; to shun
Meile f (-n)
mile
mein adj, pron
my; mine; Mein und Dein (n)- mine and thine
Meineid m
perjury; einen Meineid leisten or schwören - to perjure oneself, to commit perjury
meineidig  adj
perjured; meineidig werden - to commit perjury, perfure oneself;
Meineidige f (-n)
perjurer
meinen  vr
to mean, intend; to think, believe, be of the opinion; to suppose; to refer to
meinesgleichen pron
 my equals, such as people like me
meinetwegen  adv
for my sake, as far as I am concerned; for all I care, I don't mind, I don't care
meinetwillen  adv
for my sake, as far as I am concerned; for all I care, I don't mind, I don't care
Meinung f (-en)
opinion, view, belief, idea; meaning; inten­tion; der M. sein - be of the opin­ion
Meinungsänderung f
change of opinion
Meinungsaustausch m
exchange of views, interchange of ideas; comparing notes
Meinungsäußerung f (-en)
expression of opinion
Meinungsbefragung f
opinion poll; survey
meinungsbildend  adj
 opinion-forming
Meinungsbildner m (-)
opinion maker, opinion leader
Meinungsbildung f
forming of one's own opinion, forming of public opinion, opinion formation
Meinungsforscher m (-)
opinion pollster, opinion researcher
Meinungsforschung f
opinion research, opinion polling
Meinungsfreiheit f
freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of opinion
Meinungssache  f
 matter of opinion (Kant)
Meinungsumfrage f (-n)
opinion poll
Meinungsverscheidenheit f (-en)
difference of opinion, disparity or disagreement of views; inhaltliche M. - substantial disagreement or difference of opinion
Meinungsverschiedenheit  f
 disagreement, disparity of views, substantial disagreement
Meinungswechsel m (-)
change of opinion or mind
meist- supl
of viel; 1. adj most; die meisten - most, the majority of; das meiste - the best or greater part of, most of; die meiste Zeit - most of the time;  2. adv generally, usually, mostly, as a rule, in most cases, for the most part; am meisten - most (of all), more than all; am meisten bekannt - best known
meistens  
almost always; for the most part; mostly
Meister m (-)
master; leader; chief; Lord
meisterhaft  adj
masterly
Meisterin f (-nen)
master's wife, mistress; woman champion
meisterlich  adj
masterly
meistern  vr
to master to rule, to control; to censure; to find fault with to correct; to put right
Meistersänger m (-)
mastersinger
Meisterschaft f (-en)
mastery, mastership, championship, title, crown
Meisterstück n (-e)
masterpiece
Meisterwerk n (-e)
 masterwork, masterpiece
Meisterzeichen n (-e)
master's mark; maker's mark; stonemason's mark
MEKGR abbr
Monatshefte für evangelische Kirchengeschichte des Rheinlandes. Düsseldorf
Melancholie f
melancholy, melancholia
Melancholiker m (-)
person of melancholy disposition
melancholisch  
melancholy
Melchisedek m
Melchizedek
melden  vr
to report, notify
Meldung  f (-en)
information, advice, notification, notice, announcement, message, report, news, registration, application
melismatisch  adj
melismatic
Melodica f
melodica
Melodie f (-n)
melody (attachment); tune
Melodik f
melody shape, melody
Melodilehre f
theory of melody; melodic analysis
melodisch  adj
melodic, songful, tuneful
meloditaub  adj
tune-deaf
melodramatisch  adj
melodramatic
Melone f (-n)
melon
melopoetisch  adj
melopoetic
Mem. abr
Menetekel
Memento n (-s)
memento
memmenhaft  adj
cowardly, craven
Memoiren  pl
memoirs
Memorabilien  
memorabilia 
Memorial  n (-e, -ien)
memorial, ceremony
Menagerie f (-n)
menagerie
Menchenskind n (-er)
human being
Menge f (-n)
crowd, multitude, mass; quantity; amount; number; set
mengen  vr
to mix, mingle, blend, to meddle; to interfere in
Mengenlehre  f
 set theory
mengl. abr
mittelenglisch
Mennonit m (-en)
(male) Mennonite
Mennonitin f (-nnen)
(female) Mennonite 
mennonitisch adj
Mennonite, (related to) Mennonites
MennQR abbr
Mennonite Quarterly Review. Goshen, Indiana
MennR abbr
Mennonitische Rundschau. Winnipeg, Man.
Menologion n (-ien)
menology (calendar or register of saints)
mens
Lat: mind; intellect
Mensa f (-sen)
mensa; table (slab); altar top
Mensagrab n (-"er)
tomb or relics set into the mensa
Mensch n (-en), n-noun
person, human being, man or woman; mankind; M. als Ebenbild Gottes - man as image of God; M. als geschichtliches Wesen - man as historical being; M. als Selbstzweck - man as an end in himself; M. als Zweck der Geschichte - man as the end or goal of history
Menschegewühl n
throng, milling crowd
Menschen n-noun
see Mensch
Menschenalter n (-)
lifetime; generation, age
Menschenansammlung f
gathering (of people)
menschenarm  adj
 sparsely populated (country, etc.)
Menschenart f
kind or species of man; race of men
Menschenauflauf m
 crowd of people
Menschenauge n (-n)
human eye; mortal eye
Menschenbild n (-er)
picture of a man; picture of people; image or concept of man; das Menschenbild der Bibel - the Bible's conception of man, representation of a human being
Menschenblut n
human blood
Menschenermessen n
nach M. - as far as is humanly possible to judge, as far as is humanly possible to tell
Menschenfeind m (-e)
misanthrope; misanthropist, hater of man or mankind
Menschenfeindlichkeit f
misanthropy
menschenfeindschaft  adj
misanthropic(al)
Menschenfeindschaft f
misanthropy
Menschenfischer f
(pl) fishers of men
Menschenfleisch n
human flesh
menschenfressend pr p, adj
anthropophagous, man-eating, cannibal
Menschenfresser m (-)
anthropophagi; cannibal; ogre
Menschenfresserei f
anthroprophagy; cannibalism
Menschenfreund m (-e)
humanitarian, humanist; philanthropist
menschenfreundlich  adj
humane, humanitarian; benevolent; philanthropic(al)
Menschenfreundlichkeit f
benevolence; philanthropy; charity; kindness
Menschenführung f
guidance of people; leadership
Menschenfurcht f
fear of man, fear of people, man's fear
Menschengebein n (-e)
human bone(s)
Menschengebote  
(pl) rules taught by men, commandments of men
Menschengedenken n
only in: seit M. - within living memory, within the memory of man
Menschengedränge n
throng, milling crowd
menschengerecht  adj
 fit or suitable for humans, appropriate to humans
Menschengeschlecht n
human race, mankind
Menschengesicht n (-er)
the face of a man
Menschengestalt f
human shape or form; Bibl: (Christ) like unto (a) man; incarnate
Menschenglück n
human happiness
Menschengruppe f (-n)
group of people
Menschenhand f (-"e)
human hand; hand of man; von M. gemacht - man-made; nicht in M. - beyond man's control
Menschenhändler m (-)
slave trader or trafficker
Menschenhasser m (-)
misanthropist, man-hater
Menschenhaß m
misanthropy, hatred of mankind
Menschenherz n (-en)
human heart
Menschenhilfe f
the help of man
Menschenhüter m
watcher of men, preserver of men
Menschenkenner m (-)
judge of human nature or character
Menschenkenntnis f (-se)
knowledge of human nature or character
Menschenkind n (-er)
human being, man or creature; die Menschenkinder - the sons of men, the children of men
Menschenknochen m (-)
human bone
Menschenkraft f
manpower
Menschenkult m
anthropolatry; worship of a human being or of human beings; cult of a human being or of human beings
Menschenkunde f
anthropology
menschenkundig  adj
person who is a good judge of human nature or character
Menschenleben n (-)
(human) life, man's life
menschenleer  adj
empty, deserted
Menschenlehre f
anthropology
Menschenliebe f
philanthropy, charity, love of one's fellow man
Menschenlos n
destiny of man; fate of man
Menschenmasse f (-n)
crowd, throng; multitude
Menschenmaß n (-e)
man's measurement
Menschenmenge f (-n)
crowd, throng, multitude
menschenmöglich  adj
humanly possible, within human power
Menschenmord m
murder
Menschenopfer n (-)
human sacrifice
Menschenpaar n (-e)
couple
Menschenpotential n
human potential(s); manpower potential or reserves
Menschenrasse f
race
Menschenraub m
kidnapping; abduction
Menschenräuber m (-)
kidnapper; abductor
Menschenrecht n (-e)
natural law; human law; rights of man, human rights
Menschenrechtskommission f
the Human Rights Commission
Menschenrechtsverletzung  f (-en)
 violation of human rights
menschenreich  adj
populous
Menschenreste  
(pl) human remains
Menschenrute f (-n)
the rod of men
Menschenschädel m (-)
human skull
menschenscheu adj
shy, unsociable
Menschenscheu f
shyness, unsociableness
Menschenschicksal n (-e)
story of a person's life
Menschenschinder m (-)
torturer; oppressor; slave-driver
Menschenschinderei f
torture; slavery; slave
Menschenschlag m
race or breed (of people)
Menschenschwarm m (-"e)
crowd, swarm, mass
Menschenseele f (-n)
living soul; human soul
Menschensohn m
the Son of Man (Christ), the Son of God
Menschenstimme f (-n)
human voice or sound
Menschenstrom m (-"e)
flood, throng, or stream of people
Menschentum n
humanity, mankind
Menschentyp m (-en)
type or sort of person, types or sorts of people
Menschentypus m
type or sort of person, types or sorts of people
menschenunwürdig  adj
degrading; inhumane; beneath human dignity or the dignity of man, unfit for man, unworthy of man
Menschenverächter m (-)
misanthrope, cynic, dispiser of human being or mankind
Menschenverachtung f
misanthropy; cynicism
Menschenvernunft f
human reason
Menschenverstand No information yet.
Menschenversuch  m (-e)
 experimentation on human beings
Menschenweisheit f
human wisdom; the wisdom of man or men; wisdom
Menschenwelt f
the human world, the world of man; the mortal world
Menschenwerk n (-e)
works of man (in a negative, fugitive, or transitory)
Menschenwesen n (-)
human being
Menschenwort n (-e)
the word of man or men
Menschenwürde f
human dignity, dignity of man
menschenwürdig  
worthy of a human being or beings
Menschenzunge f (-n)
(human) tongue
Menschheit f
humanity, mankind; human race
Menschheitsentwicklung  f
 development of man(kind)
Menschheitsgedenken n
within living memory
Menschheitsgeschichte  f (-n)
 history of humankind or mankind, human history
Menschheitsgeschlecht  n
 human race
Menschheitskultur  f
 human culture
Menschheitsreligion f
 religion of humanity
menschlich  adj
human; humane; m. Wesen - human being
Menschlichkeit f
human nature, human; humane­ness; human weakness/frail­ties
Menschsein n
humanity, humanness
Menschwerdung  f
incarnation, anthropogenesis; the brcoming of man; M. Gottes - incarnation of God
Mensur f (-en)
measure; duel (fighting); Mus: mensuration; bore; scale, scaling, diapason
mensural adj
mensural
Mensuralmusik
mensural music
Mensuralnotation f (-en)
mensural notation
Mensuralnotenschrift f (-en)
mensural notation
Mensuration f (-en)
mensuration; scale designing
Mensurzeichen n
mensural notation sign
mental  adj
 mental causation
Mentale  n
 the mental
Mentalesisch  n
 mentalese
Mentalismus  m
 mentalism
Mentalität f (-en)
mentality; way of thinking
Mentalitätsgeschichte  f
 history of mentalities
Mentor m (-en)
teacher, tutor; mentor
Menuett n (-e, -s)
minuet or menuet, menuetto or minuetto
Mephistopheles m
Mephistopheles, Mephistolian character
mephistophelisch  adj
Mephistophelian
Mereologie  f
 mereology
Meridian m
meridian circle
meridional adj
meridional, meridian
meritum Christi
Lat: the merit of Christ
merkantil  adj
mercantile
merkantilisch  
mercantile, commercial
Merkantilismus m
mercantilism
merkantilistisch adj
mercantilistic
Merkantilsystem n
mercantile system
merkbar adj
distinct, clear, obvious; noticeable, perceivable, visible, perceptible; retainable; considerable, sizeable; appreciable; striking, marked
Merkblatt n (-"er)
leaflet; instruction(s) sheet or card; notice; slip or piece of paper
merken  vr
to note, observe, note, observe, detect; to perceive; to bear in mind, to make a note of; to know, be aware of; to discover, to feel, sense
merklich  adj
perceptible; considerab­le; distinctly
Merkmal n (-e)
characteristic sign, feature, attribute; (distinctive) mark, trait, property; M. Gottes - attribute(s) of Gott, divine attribute(s); 
Merkspruch m (-"e)
mnemonic(al) verse, mnemonic phrase, mnemonic
Merkur m
Myth: Mercury
Merkwort n (-"er)
keyword, catchword, key, mnemonic
merkwürdig adj
peculiar; noteworthy; curious: remarkable; strange, odd
merkwürdigerweise  adv
oddly or strangely enough
Merkwürdigkeit f (-en)
noteworthiness; memorableness; peculiarity; strangeness, curiousness; comicality
Merkzeichen n (-)
sign, mark; bookmark
Merowinger m (-)
Merowingian
merowingisch  adj
Merovingian
Mesmer m (-)
sacristan, sexton
Mesmerismus m
mesmerism
Mesner m (-)
sacristan, sexton
Mesnerei f (-en)
office and/or residure of sacristan or sexton
Mesolithikum n
Mesolithic period
mesolithisch  adj
Mesolithic
Mesopotamien n
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamier m (-)
Mesopotamian
mesopotamisch  adj
Mesopotamian
Mesotes-Regel  
 Lat: mesotes rule
Messdiener m (-)
altar boy; altar server; acolyte
Messe f (-n)
(holy) mass; trade fair (show)
messen vi
to measure; to compare (an - with), to measure (an - against)
Messer n (-)
knife
Messhemd n (-en)
alb
Messiade f (-n)
epic poem on the Messiah or Christ, Messianic poem
messianisch  adj
messianic; m. Erwartung - messianic or messianist expectation
messianische-Erwartung  f
 messianist expectation
Messianismus m
messianism
Messianist m (-en)
messianist
Messianität f
messiahship
Messias m
Messiah
Messiasgeheimnis n
the messianic secret
Messiashoffnung f
messianic hope
Messing n
brass
Messung f (-en)
measurement; testing
Meßamt n
(celebration of) mass
meßbar adj
measurable, magnitude
Meßbarkeit f
measurability, mensurability
Meßbildverfahren n (-)
photographic method of measuring architecture or dig sites
Meßbuch n (-"er)
missal
Meßbuchmaler m (-)
illuminator of missals
Meßdiener m (-)
acolyte, ministrant
Meßfeier f (-n)
mass
Meßgerät n (-e)
ornaments and utensils used in celebrating mass
Meßgewand n (-"er)
(liturgical) vestment, chasuble
Meßinstrument n (-e)
measuring instrument
Meßkännchen m (-)
chalice, cruet
Meßkanon m
the canon of the mass
Meßkatalog m (-e)
catalog of new publications
Meßkelch m (-e)
chalice
Meßopfer n (-)
(sacrifice of the) mass; host; missal sacrifice
Meßrute f (-n)
measuring rod
Meßschnur f
measuring line, measuring cord
Meßstab m (-"e)
measuring rod
Meßtuch n (-"er)
corporal, communion cloth
Meßverfahren n (-)
method of measurement; testing method
Meßwein m
consecrated wine
Meßwert m (-e)
test data; sitting; (measured) reading or value
met. abr
metaphorisch; metaphysisch
Met. abr
Metaphysik
Meta-Ästhetik  f
 meta-aesthetics
Metabasis
 metabasis
metabolisch  adj
 metabolic
Metaerzählung  f
 metanarrative
Metaethik  f
 metaethics
Metakommunikation  f
 metacommunication
Metakritik  f
 metacritique
Metalinguistik  f
 metalinguistics
metalinguistisch  adj
 metalinguistic
Metalogik  f
 metalogic
Metametasprache  f
 metametalanguage
Metamodell  n
 metamodel
Metamorphose f (-n)
metamorphosis
Metaph. abr
Metaphorik; Metaphysik
Metapher f (-n)
metaphorical (expression)
Metaphilosophie  f
 metaphilosophy
Metaphorik f
use of metaphor; imagery
metaphorisch  adj
 metaphoric(al), figurative (expressiong, meaning, truth, etc.)
Metaphrase  f
 metaphrase
metaphys. abr
metaphysisch
metaphysica
Lat: metaphysic(s); beyound physics
Metaphysik f
metaphysics; M. der Sitten - metaphysics of ethisc
Metaphysik der spekulativen Vernunft  f
 metaphysics of speculative reason (Kant)
Metaphysiker m (-)
metaphysician
metaphysisch  adj
metaphysical; m. Grade - metaphysical degrees; m. Hinterwelt - metaphysical otherworldliness (Nietzsche); m. Wesen Gottes - metaphysical nature of God; m. Erörterung - metaphysical exposition (Kant)
Metapsychik  f
 parapsychology
Metapsychologie f
metapsychology
Metaregel  f
 meta-rule
Metasprache  f
 metalanguage
Metath. abr
Metathese
Metempsychose f
metempsychosis; reincarnation; transmigration (of the soul)
meth. abr
methodisch; methodistisch
Meth. abr
Methode; Methodik; Methodiker; Methodist(en)
Methexis  f
 methexis, participation
MethH abbr
Methodist History. Lake Junaluska, N.C.
METhK abbr
Magazin für evangelische Theologie und Kirche. St. Louis, Mo.
method. abr
methodistisch
methodäutisch  adj
 methodeutic
Methode f (-n)
method; geschichtliche M. - historical method; hermeneutische M. - hermeneutical method; heuristische M. - heuristic method; M des Verstehen - interpretative method or verstehen
Methodenbewußtsein  n
 methodological awareness
Methodendualismus  m
 methodological dualism, dualism of methods
Methodenlehre f
methodology
Methodenstreit m
dispute or conflict about methodology
Methodik f
methodology
Methodiker m (-)
methodologist
methodisch  adj, adv
methodic(al); systematic(al); methodically; systematically
Methodismus m
Methodism
Methodist m (-en)
Methodist
Methodistenkirche f (-n)
Methodist church; die Bischöfliche M. kirche - the Methodist Episcopal Church
Methodistenprediger m (-)
Methodist preacher
methodistisch adj
Methodist
Methodologie f (-n)
method, methodology
methodologisch  adj
methodological
MethR abbr
Methodist Review. New York
Methusalem m
Methuselah
Metonymie  f
 metonymy
Metope f (-n)
metope
Metrik f (-en)
metrics
metrisch  
metric(al)
Metropolit m (-en)
archbishop; metropolitan
Metropolitankirche f (-n)
metropolitan church; cathedral
Metrum n (-tren, tra)
Mus: metre, meter
Mette f (-n)
matin(s); midnight mass
Meuchelmord m (-e)
assassination
Meuchelmörder m (-)
assassin
meuchelmörderisch  adj
assassinating, murderous, treacherous
meucheln  vr
to assassinate, murder in cold blood
Meuchelrotte f (-n)
band of assassins
meuchlerisch  adj
insidious, treacherous; assassinating, murderous
meuchlings  adv
treacherously, insidiously
Meute f (-n)
pack of hounds; (fig) mob; pack, throng; gang; crowd
Meuterei f (-en)
mutiny
meutern  vr
to mutiny, riot
Mf abbr
Musikforschung. Kassel
MGB abbr
Mennonitische Geschichtsblätter. Karlsruhe
MGG abbr
Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Kassel
MGJV abbr
Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für jüdische Volkskunde. Berlin
MGKK abbr
Monatszeitschrift für Gottesdienst und kirchliche Kunst. Göttingen
Mgl. abr
Mitglied
M-Grammatik  f
 Montague grammar
mgriech. abr
mittelgriechisch
MGWJ abbr
Monatszeitschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums. Breslau, u.a.
Mh. abr
Monatsheft(e)
mhd. abr
mittelhochdeutsch
Mhe abr
Monatshefte
Mi abr
Micha, Michäas - Micah
Mich. abr
Micha, Michäas - Micah
Mich abr
Micha, Michäas - Micah
Micha m
(Prophet) Micah
Michäas
(Prophet) Micah
Michael m
Michael
Michaeli n
Michaelmas (day)
Michaelis n
Michaelmas (day)
Michaelistag m
Michaelmas (day), St. Michael's Day
microcosmos
Gr: microcosm; small or miniature world or universe
Midaskomplex  m
 Midas complex
Midian n
Midian
midianit. abr
Midianitisch
Midianiter m (-)
Midianite
Midianiterin f (-nen)
Midianite
midianitisch  adj
Midianite
Midr. abr
Midrasch
Miene f (-n)
mine, expression, (face) features; countenance
Mienenspiel n (-e)
pantomime, mimicry; changing expression
Mienensprache f
mimicry; changing expression
Miete f (-n)
rent; tenancy, lease; hire; pit, clamp
mieten  vr
to rent, lease; to engage; to hire
Mietling m (-e)
hireling; mercenary
Mietpreis m (-e)
(amount of) rent, rental
Migrationstheorie  f
 migration theory
Mihrab m (-s)
mihrab (prayer niche)
Mikrokosmos m
microcosm
Mikrokosmus m
microcosm
Mikromacht f (-"e)
 micro-power
Milch f
milk
Milchkuh f (-"e)
dairy cow
Milde f
mildness, gentleness, kindness; leniency, clemency, mercy; liberalness; benevolence
mildern  
to relieve, to alleviate, to ease, to sooth, to soften, to moderate, to mitigate; to become milder, soften, tone down
mildernd pr p, adj
extenuating, mitigating; euphemistic(a)
Milderung f
mitigation, softening, qualification, relaxation
Mildtätigkeit  f
 charity
Mileidsmoral  f
 morality of compassion/sympathy
Milesische Schule  f
 Milesian school
milieubedingt  adj
environmental, due to the social background
Milieueinfluß m (-"sse, -"e)
influence of environment
milieugeschädigt  adj
 environmentally deprived
Milieuschilderung f (-en)
milieu portrayal; background description
Milieutheorie f
environmentalism
militant  adj
militant
Militär n
military, army, armed forces, armed services
Militärbischof m (-"e)
Chief of Chaplains, Chaplain General to the Forces
Militärbündnis n (-se)
military alliance
Militärdienst m
military service
Militärdienstverweigerer m (-)
conscientious objector
Militärdienstverweigerung f
conscientious objection
Militärdiktatur f (-en)
military dictatorship
Militärethik  f
 military ethics
Militärfriedhof m (-"e)
military cemetery
Militärgeistliche m (-n)
army chaplain
Militärgeneraldekan m
(Protestant) Deputy Chaplain General
Militärgeneralvikar m
(Catholic) Deputy Chaplain General
Militärgeschichte m
military history
Militärgottesdienst m (-e)
service for the armed forces
Militarismus m
militarism
Militarist m (-en)
militarist
Militärmacht  f (-"e)
 military power
Militärregime  n
 military regime
Militärseelsorge f
chaplaincy (pastoral care of soldiers)
Militärseelsorger m (-)
chaplain
Millenarismus  m
 millenniarism, millenarianism, milleniannism, millenialism
Milleniarismus  m
 millenniarism, millenarianism, milleniannism, millenialism
Millenium n
millennium
Milleniumsfeier f
millennial, thousandth anniversary
millennium
Lat: a thousand years; the thousand-year reign of the redeemed or saints
Million f (-en)
million
Millionär m (-e)
millionaire
MIM abbr
Monatsschrift für innere Mission mit Einfluß der Diakonie, Diasporapflege, Evangelisation, und gesamten Wohltätigkeit. Gütersloh
Mimese  f
 imitation, mimesis
Mimesis  f
  imitation, mimesis
mimetisch adj
mimetic (art, etc)
Minar n (-en)
minaret
Minarett n (-e)
minaret
minder  adj, adv
inferior; less(er), smaller; minor
Minderheit f (-en)
minority
Minderheitenfragen  pl
 minority questions
Minderheitenrechte  pl
 minority rights
Minderheitenschutz  m
 protection of minorities
mindern  
to lessen, reduce, decrease, diminish; to be reduced, diminish, decrease
Minderung f (-en)
reduction, depreciation
minderwertig  adj
inferior; of inferior quality; poor
Minderwertigkeit f
inferior quality; inferiority
Minderwertigkeitsgefühl n
inferiority feeling or complex
Minderwertigkeitskomplex m
inferiority complex
Mindestalter n
minimum age
Mindestanforderung  f (-en)
 minimum requirements
Mindesteinkommen n
minimum income
mindestens  adv
at least
Miniator m (-en)
(artist who copied the text of illuminated manuscripts)
Miniatur f (-en)
miniature
Miniaturausgabe f (-n)
miniature edition; miniature version
Miniaturmalerei f
miniature painting
Minima f
minim; (half or one third of value not in mensual notation)
minimal  adj, adv
 minimal, trifling, insignificant; at least
Minimal art  f
 minimal art
Minimalismus  m
 minimalism
Minimal music  f
 minimal music
Minimalrecht  n
 minimal right
Minimalstaat  m
 minimal state
Minister m (-)
secretary; secretary of state; clergyman; cleric; ecclesiastic
Ministeramt n
ministerial office; ministerial department
Ministerialbeamte m (-n)
official in a ministry
Ministerium n (-rien)
ministry
ministerium
Lat: ministerium, body of ministers or pastors
Ministerpräsident m (-en)
premier, prime minister
Ministrant m (-en)
altar boy; acolyte
ministrieren  vr
to minister; to officiate
Minne f
mine love
Minnedienst m
minneservice; homage to a lady
Minnelied n (-er)
minnesong; love song
Minnesang m
minnesong
Minnesänger m (-)
minstrel; troubador
minoisch  adj
Minoan
Minorit m (-en)
Minorite
minoritär n
  minority or marginal
Minorität  f (-en)
 minority
MinSt abbr
Ministery Studies. Washington, D.C.
minus  adv, gen prep
minus; less; deducting; Lat: minus malum - the lesser evil
Minuskel f (-n)
minuscule; smaller or  lower case (letter)
minus malum No information yet.
Minute f (-n)
minute
minuziös adj
minute; painstaking
Minze f
mina
MIOF abbr
Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung. Berlin
miracula
Lat: miracles, marvelous occurrences or things
Mirakel (-)
miracle
Mirakelspiel n (-e)
miracle day
Misanthrop m (-en)
misanthropist, misanthrope
Misanthropie f
misanthropy
Mischehe f (-n)
mixed marriage
mischen  vr
to mix; to mingle; to blend; to combine; to adulterate; to interfere or meddle with; to join in blend; to combine; Mus: to blend (sounds)
mischkategorisch  adj
 mongrel-categorical
Mischkrug m (-"e)
mixing bowl
Mischling m (-e)
person of mixed blood; half-breed
Mischlingskind n (-er)
half-breed child
Mischrasse  f
 mixed race
Mischtechnik f (-en)
mixed technique
Mischung f (-en)
combination; mixture
Mischwesen n (-)
composite being (a mythical being composed of various animals and humans)
miserabel  adj, adv
miserable, wretched, poor; rotten; atrocious(ly)
Misere  f (-n)
 misery, wretchedness; desperate situation, desperate state of affairs; distress
Miserere n
Mus: Miserere
Misericordias Domini  
Lat: Misericordias Domini (the second Sunday after Easter)
Miserikordie f (-n)
misericord; miserere
Miserikordienbild n (-er)
picture of Christ with a Crown of Thorns, as Man of Sorrows; mater dolorosa
Misogynie  f
 misogyny
Misologie  f
 misology (Kant)
missa
Lat: Mass; the Lord's Supper, Holy Communion
Missal n (-e)
missal
Missale n (-lien)
missal
MissCath abbr
Missions Catholiques. Lyon
missen  vr
to miss; to do without
Missetat f (-en)
sin; misdeed; crime
Missetäter m (-)
criminal; offender; evildoer, sinner
MissGem abbr
Missionierende Gemeinde. Eine Schriftenreihe. Berlin, u.a.
missio
Lat: mission, sending out or forth
Mission f (-en)
mission; die Innere M. - home mission
Missionar m (-e)
missionary
Missionarin f (-nen)
missionary
missionarisch  adj
missionary (work)
missionieren  vr
to do missionary work; to missionize
Missionologe m (-n)
missiologist
Missionsarbeit f
missionary work
Missionsarzt m (-"e)
mission doctor, medical missionary
Missionsauftrag m
the Great Commission
Missionsbefehl m
the Great Commission
Missionseifer m
missionary zeal
Missionsfeld n (-er)
mission field or territory
Missionsfest n (-e)
missions day; missionary meeting
Missionsgebiet n (-e)
mission territory; mission field
Missionsgemeinde f (-n)
missionary community
Missionsgesellschaft f (-en)
missionary society
Missionsgottesdienst m (-e)
service on mission Sunday
Missionshaus n
mission (house); missionary training college
Missionskonferenz f (-en)
missionary conference
Missionsprediger f (-en)
missionary preacher
Missionspredigt f (-en)
sermon preached on mission Sunday
Missionsrat m
missionary council; der Internationale M. - the International Missionary Council
Missionsreise f (-n)
missionary journey
Missionsschule f (-n)
mission school, missionary training college
Missionsschwester f (-n)
missionary sister, missionary nun
Missionssonntag m
mission Sunday, missionary Sunday
Missionsstation f (-en)
mission, mission station
Missionstätigkeit f (-en)
missionary activity, missionary labours (of a church)
Missionsverein m (-e)
missionary society
Missionswesen n
missionary activity, missionary work, missions
Missionswissenschaft f
study of missions and missionary history
missio Spiritus Sancti
Lat: the sending forth of the Holy Spirit
Mist m (-e)
dung, manure; muck; haze
Mistlache f (-n)
dunghill, manure (pile)
Misttor n
the Dung Gate
miß-  prefix
dis-; mis-; bad; non; un-; in-
Mißachtung  f
 violation; disregard; disrespect; contempt; disdain
mißbilligen  vr
to disapprove of, to frown on
Mißbilligung f
disapproval; rejection; censure
Mißbrauch m
abuse; misuse; misapplication
mißbrauchen  adj
to misuse; to abuse; den Namen des Herrn m. - to take the Lord's name in vain
mißdeuten  vr
to misinterpret; to misread; to misunderstand
Mißdeutung  f
 misinterpretation
Mißerfolg m (-e)
failure; fiasco; unsuccess; flop, washout
Mißernte f (-n)
bad crop; bad harvest
mißfallen vi
to displease (someone)
Mißfallensäußerung f (-en)
expression of one's displeasure
Mißgeburt f (-en)
monster; freak; monstrosity
Mißgeschick n (-e)
misfortune; bad luck
mißglücken vr
to fail; to be unsuccessful
mißgönnen  vr
to begrudge (someone something)
Mißgunst f
jealousy; envy; ill will; displeasure, disfavor
mißhandeln  vr
to maltreat, ill-treat, mistreat; to mishandle
Mißhandlung f (-en)
maltreatment, ill-treatment, bad treatment, mistreatment
Mißjahr n (-e)
bad year
mißkalkulieren  vr
to miscalculate
Mißklang m (-"e)
discord, dissonance; cacophony
mißlaunig  adj
moody; bad-tempered
mißlungen  adj
 failed
Mißmut m
bad mood
Mißton  m (-"e)
 discordant note, dissonance
Mißtrauen  n
 mistrust, distrust, suspicion
Mißverhältnis  n (-e)
 disproportion
Mißverständlich  f
 ambiguity
Mißverständnis n (-se)
misunderstanding; misconcep­tion; dissension, difference
mit No information yet.
Mitarbeit f
collaboration; co-operation
mitarbeiten vr sep
to collaborate; to cooperate; to assist in; to contribute to; to take part in
Mitarbeiter m (-)
co-worker, assistant; colleague; collaborator; contributor (to a journal)
Mitautor m (-en)
co-author
mitbegründen  vr sep
to be one of the founders of, to contribute to 
Mitbegründer m (-)
co-founder
Mitbestimmung f
co-determination, participation in the decision
Mitbeteilung  f
 co-partnership
mitbeten vi sep
to join in a prayer; to join in praying
mitbetroffen  vi sep
implicated (as well); affected too
mitbringen vi sep
to bring along
Mitbruder m (-")
brother, fellowman
Mitbürger m (-)
fellow citizen
Mitdasein  n
 Dasein-with (Heidegger)
Miteigentümer  m (-)
 co-owener, joint owner
miteinander adv
together; with each other, with one another, simultaneously, jointly, at the same time
mitempfinden vi sep
to sympathize with, feel with; to share
miterbauen vr sep
to build together
Miterbe m (-n)
co-heir, joint heir
miterleben vr sep
to live to see, witness; to experience something
mitfeiern vr sep
to celebrate something, to take part in celebrating something
mitfühlen  
to feel or sympathized with someone
mitfühlend  pr p, adj
 sympathetic
mitführen vr sep
to carry or take along
Mitgefangene m (-n)
fellow prisoner
Mitgefühl  n
 sympathy; empathy
Mitgenoß m (-ssen, -en)
co-partner, consort, companion
Mitgeschöpflichkeit
 companionship
Mitgl. abr
Mitglied(er)
Mitglied n (-er)
member
Mitgliederversammlung f (-en)
general meeting, members's meeting
Mitgliederverzeichnis n (-e)
membership list
Mitgliederzahl f
membership, number of members
Mitgliedsbeitrag m (-"e)
membership fee, subscription, dues
Mitgliedschaft f
membership
Mitgliedskarte f (-n)
membership
Mitgliedsstaat  m (-en)
 member state
mithelfen vi sep
to assist (in), help (with), or lend a hand
Mithelfer m (-)
helper, assistant; accomplice; fellow worker
Mitherausgeber m (-)
co-editor, joint editor; associate editor; joint publisher
Mitherrschaft  f (-en)
 condominium
Mithg. abr
Mitherausgeber
Mitkämpfer m (-)
fellow warrior or combatant; comrade-in-arms
mitklingend pr p
sympathetic; resonant
Mitknecht m (-e)
fellow servant
mitkommen vi sep
to come along; to keep up (with) or be able to follow
Mitläufer  m (-)
 fellow traveller
Mitläufereffekt  m
 bandwagon effect
mitleben vr sep
to live with
Mitleid n
pity, compassion, sympathy; mercy
mitleiden vi sep
to suffer as well or at the same time; to feel for; to suffer with to sympathize
Mitleiden n
compassion, pity
mitleidig adj, adv
sympathetic(ally); compassionate(ly); pitying(ly); contemptuous(ly)
Mitleidsethik  f
 ethics of compassion; sympathy
mitleidslos  adj
unfeeling(ly), merciless(ly), pitiless; ruthless(ly), hait
Mitleidslosigkeit f
lack of feeling, unfeeling behavior or nature; merciliness; pitilessness; ruthlessness
mitleidsvoll  adj
compassionate(ly), sympathetic; pitying, contemptuous; with compassionate
mitleidvoll adj
compassionate(ly), sympathetic; pitying, contemptuous; with compassion
mitlesen vi sep
to read something with someone; to read something as well
mitmachen vr sep
to make or do something as well; to live through (a problem); to join in, participate, or take part in; to help, lend a hand; to follow suit; to take an active part (in)
Mitmensch m (-en)
fellowman; fellow (human) being
mitnehmen vi sep
to take or carry along; to pick up; to take someone along; to let someone go with one
mitnichten  adv
not at all; in no way; by no means; not so
mitreißen vi sep
to sweep someone or something away; to drag someone or somehting along; (fig) to facinate, sweep away or off one's feet
mitsamt  dat prep
(together or complete) with; plus
Mitschuld f
partial responsibility or guilt; joint guilt; complicity; implication (offense
mitschuldig  adj
to be partly responsible (for); to be partly blamed for or share in (something
Mitschüler m (-)
schoolmate, classmate
Mitschülerin f (-nen)
schoolmate, classmate
mitschwingen  vr sep
to vibrate sympathetically or in sympathy
Mitschwingen n
sympathetic vibration; acoustic sympathy
Mitsein  n
 the being-with (Heidegger)
mitsingen vi sep
to sing along, join in the song
Mitspracherecht  n
 (right of) say; right to be heard
mitsterben  vi sep
to die with
Mitstreiter m (-)
fellow soldier, comrade-in-arms
Mitt. abr
Mitteilung(en)
Mitt.-Bl. abr
Mitteilungsblatt; Mitteilungsblätter
Mittag m (-e)
midday, noon
mittags  adv
midday, noon
Mittagsmahl n
midday meal
Mittagszeit f
lunchtime; midday, noon time
Mittäterschaft  f
 complicity
MittBl. abr
Mitteilungsblatt; Mitteilungsblätter
Mitte f (-n)
middle; center; medium; midst; mean
Mitteilbarkeit  f
 communicability
mitteilen  vr sep
to communicate, impart; to inform, tell; (refl) to share one's thoughts or ideas
Mitteilung f (-en)
information; message; announcement; communication; notifi­cation; report; news
Mitteilungsbedürfnis n
urge, need, or desire to talk to someone or others
Mitteilungszeichen  n (-)
 communication-sign
Mittel n (-)
funds, resources; remedy; medicine; expedient, way, measure; means, average, medium; wealth; middle; M. und Zweck - means and ends; M. zum Zweck - means to an end; M. zum Leben - means of existence; M-Zweck-Analyse (f) - means-end(s)
Mittelachse f (-n)
middle axis
Mittelalter n
Middle Ages
mittelalterlich  adj
medieval
Mittelamerika n
Central America
mittelamerikanisch adj
Central America
mittelbar  adj, adv
indirect; mediate
Mittelbegriff  m
 middle term
Mittelbild n (-er)
center picture; center panel (of an altar)
Mittelcadenz f (-en)
half cadence
mitteld. abr
mitteldeutsch
mitteldt. abr
mitteldeutsch
mittelfristige  adj
 medium-term planning
Mittelgang m (-"e)
center aisle
Mittelglied n
Phil: middle term
Mittelklasse  f
 middle class
Mittellage f
middle register (voice)
mittellat. abr
mittellateinisch
Mittellinie f (-n)
axis of drawing
Mittelmäßigkeit  f
mediocrity
Mittelmeer n
Mediterranean Sea
Mittelmeerraum m
Mediterranean region
Mittelpfeiler m (-)
central pillar
Mittelpfosten m (-)
mullion; trumeau
Mittelpunkt m (-e)
center; central point; focus
Mittelraum m (-"e)
central chamber, central room; central area
mittels gen prep
by means of, with (the help of), by way of
Mittelsäule f (-n)
central pillar
Mittelschiff n (-e)
nave, middle aisle
Mittelschiffspfeiler m (-)
nave pillar; nave pier
Mittelschiffstonne f (-n)
nave vault; barrel vault over the nave
Mittelstand  m
 the middle classes
Mittelstellung f
mid-position
Mittelstufe f
intermediate stage, intermediate grade
Mitteltafel f (-n)
centerpanel (of an altar)
Mitteltor n
the Middle Gate
Mittelw. abr
Mittelwort; Mittelwörter
Mittelweg m
central or middle path; der goldene M. - the golden mean, the happy medium
Mittelwert  m (-e)
 mean, average; value
mitten adv
in the middle, midst; in the middle; m. unter - amongst, amidst, in the midst of
mittendrein  adv
into the center
mittendrin adv
right in the center
mittendrunter  adv
in their midst; right underneath
mittendurch  adv
through the middle
Mitternacht f
midnight; Poet: north
mitternächtlich  adj
(at) midnight
mitternachts adv
at or about midnight
Mitternachtsmesse f
midnight mass
Mitternachtsmission f
the midnight rescue mission
Mitternachtsstunde f
midnight hour
Mittfasten  
(pl) mid-Lent Sunday, Mid-Lent or Laetare (Sunday)
Mittler m (-)
mediator, intercessor; third party; unser M. - Christ
mittler  adj
middle, central; Buddhism: mittlerer Weg - Central or Middle Way
mittleres  
middle, central
Mittlerstellung f
position as mediator
Mittlertum n
mediatorship
mittlerweile  adv
meanwhile; in the meantime; since then, by now
Mittsommernacht f
midsummer night; St. John's Eve
Mittwoch m
Wednesday
mitverantwortlich  adj
jointly responsible; partly responsible
Mitverantwortlichkeit  f
co-responsibility, joint responsibility
Mitverantwortung f
joint responsibility; partial responsibility
Mitw. abr
Mitwirkende(r); Mitwirkung; Mitwisser
Mitwelt  f
 common world; co-world
Mitwirkung Gottes  f
 participation of God
mitzählen  vr sep
to take intoaccount; to include; to count with someone; to count, be of importance
MJGL abbr
Magazin für jüdische Geschichte und Literatur. Berlin
Mk abr
Markus - Mark
mlat. abr
mittellateinisch
Mld. abr
Meldung
MMQR abbr
Methodist Magazine and Quarterly Review. New York
MNDMG abbr
Monatsblatt der norddeutschen Missions-Gesellschaft. Bremen
MNDPV abbr
Mitteilungen und Nachrichten des deutschen Palästina-Vereins. Leipzig
MNGPM abbr
Magazin für die neueste Geschichte der protestantischen Missions- und Bibelgesellschaft. Basel
moab. abr
moabitisch
Moab m
Moab
Moabiter m (-)
Moabite, inhabitant of Moab
Moabiterin  f (-nen)
Moabite
moabitisch  adj
Moabite
Mobilität  f
 mobility
Möchsgelübde n
monastic vows
Mod. abr
Modell(e); Moderator; Modernismus; Modifikation; Modus;  Modern
modal  adj
modal; Modaladverb n (-en) - modal adverb
Modalanalyse  f
 modal analysis
Modalbehauptung  f
 modal proposition
Modalist m (-en)
modalist
Modalität f (-en)
modality, mode; procedure, arrangement
Modalitätsschluß  m
 modal syllogism or inference
Modalkalkül  m/n
 modal calculus
Modallogik  f
 modal logic
modallogisch wahr  adj
 true according to modal logic
Modalnotation f (-s)
modal notation
Modaloperator  m
 modal operator
Modalrhythmus m
modal rhythm
Modalsatz  m
 modal sentence/proposition
Modalstruktur  f
 modal structure
Modalsystem  n
 modal system
Modalwert  m
 modal value
Mode (-n)
fashion; fad, craze; style; vogue; custom, mode, way, use
Modell n (-e)
pattern; model; Mus: template; setter
Modellbildung  f (-en)
 model building
modellieren  
to model; to shape; to form
modelltheoretisch  adj, adv
 model-theoretic(al)
Modelltheorie f
model theory
Modephilosophie  f
popular or vogue or fashionable philosphy
Moder m
mold, moldering; dry rot; decay; rottenness; damp
Moderator m (-en)
moderator
modern  
modern; up-to-date; fashionable
Moderne  f
 modernity; Zeitalter der M. n - modern age
modernisieren  
to modernize; to remodel
Modernisierung  f
 modernization
Modernisierungsangst  f
 fear of modernization; fear of change
Modernisierungsprozeß  m (-sse)
 modernization process
Modernismus m
modernism
Modernist m (-en)
modernist
modernistisch  
modernist(ic)
Modernität f
modernity; up-to-dateness; modernness
Modewort  n (-e)
 in-word, vogue word, buzzword
Modi des Absoluten  pl
 modes of Absolute (Spinoza) M. des Seins - modes of being
modi essendi  
 Lat: modes or types of being
Modul  n/m
 modulus, module
modular  adj
 modulr
Modularität  f
 modularity
Modus  m
 mode
modus
Lat: method, mode, or pattern; ratio, rationale, or method
modus agendi
Lat: mode or manner of working
modus ponens  
 Lat: proposing method
modus significandi No information yet.
modus tollens  
 Lat: removing method
mögen vi
to like (to), wish, desire; to care for; may, might
mögl. abr
möglich(st)
möglich  adj, adv
possible, likely; potential; feasible; practicable; eventual
Mögliche  n
 (the) possible or potential
möglicherweise  adv
possibly, maybe
Möglichkeit f (-en)
possibility, chance; feasibi­lity; opportunity; M. der Erfahrung - possibility of experience M. der Erkenntnis - possibility of cognition or knowldge; M. und Wirklichkeit - possibility and reality; potency and actuality
Möglichkeitsbedingung  f
 condition of possible knowledge, condition of the possibility of knowledge (Kant) 
Möglichkeitshorizont  m
 horizon of possibilities
Möglichsein  n
 contingency
moh. abr
mohammedanisch
mohammed. abr
mohammedanisch
Mohammed m
Mohammed
Mohammedaner m (-)
Mohammedan; Muhammedan; Mahommedan
Mohammedanerin f (-nnen)
Mohammedan; Muhammedan; Mahommedan
mohammedanisch  
Mohammedan
Mohammedanismus m
Mohammedanism
Mohr m (-en)
Moor; Ethiopian; Negro
Mohrenland n
Ethiopia
molekular  adj
 molecular
Molekularbiologie  f
 molecular biology
Molekularsatz  m
 molecular proposition
Molekularsprache  f
 molecular language
Mollakkord m
minor chord
Moll dominante f
minor dominant
Moment m (-e)
moment (of time), instant
Moment n (-e)
moment, aspect, element, part; momentum; motive force stage of development; factor
mon. abr
monumental
Monade  f (-n)
 monad
Monadenlehre f (-n)
theory of monads, monadism, monadology
Monadologie  f
 monadology (Leibniz)
MonAeg abbr
Monumenta Aegyptiaca. Bruxelles
Monarch m (-en)
monarch, sovereign
Monarchengeschlecht n (-er)
dynasty of monarchs
Monarchianer m (-)
monarchian
Monarchianismus m
monarchianism; royalism
Monarchie f (-n)
monarchy; M. absolute - absolute monarcy; M. konstitutionelle - constitutional monarchy
Monarchismus m
monarchism
Monarchist m (-en)
monarchist
monarchistisch  
monarchist; monarchic(al)
Monasterium n (-ien)
monastery
Monastik  f
 monastic
monastisch  
monastic
Monat m (-e)
month
monatlich  
monthly; every month; by the month
Monatsh. abr
Monatsheft(e)
Mönch m (-e)
monk, friar
mönchisch adj
monkish; monastic
Mönchschor m (-"e)
monks' choir, monks' chorus
Mönchsgewand n (-"er)
cowl; monk's habit
Mönchskappe f (-n)
monkshood
Mönchskloster n (-)
monastery
Mönchskutte f (-n)
cowl; capuche; monk's habit
Mönchsorden m (-)
monastic order
Mönchsplatte f (-n)
(monastic) tonsure
Mönchstum  n
 monasticism
Mönchsweihe f
consecration of a monk
Mönchswesen n
monarchism, monasticism, monastic life; monk hood
Mönchszucht f
monastic discipline
Mönchtum n
monasticism, monarchism
Mond m (-e)
moon; month; bald head
Mondismus  m
 monadism (Leibniz)
Mondschein m
moonlight
Mondsichel f
crescent moon
mondsüchtig  
given to sleepwalking, somnambulistic; (fig) moonstruck; afflicted with insanity
Mondsymbol n (-e)
symbol of the moon; lunar symbol
Monem  n
 moneme
Monetarisierung  f
 monetarization
Monetarismus  m
monetarism 
Monismus m
monism; M. sprachphilosophischer - (philosophical) linguistic monism
Monist m (-en)
monist
monistisch  
monistisch
monochrom  
monochrome
monochromatisch  
monochromatic
Monodie  f
 monody
monodisch  
monodic(al)
monodramatisch  
monodramatic
monogam  
monogamous
Monogamie f
monogamy
monogamisch  
monogamous
Monogamist m (-en)
monogamist
Monogenese  f
 monogenesis
Monogenismus  m
 monogenism
Monogr. abr
Monographie
Monogramm n (-e)
monogram
Monographie  f (-n)
 monograph
monokausal  adj
 mono-causal
Monokratie  f
 monocracy
Monolith m (-en)
monolith
monolithisch  adj
monolithic
Monomanie  f
 monomania, obsession
monomorph  adj
 monomorphic, categorial
Monomorphie  f
 monomorphism
monomythisch  adj
 monomythical
Monophysitismus  m
 monophysitism
Monopluralismus  m
 monopluralism
Monopol  n
 monopoly
Monopolismus  m
 monopolism
Monopolmacht  f
 monopoly power
Monopolstellung  f
 monopoly (position)
Monopsychismus  m
 monopsychism
Monotheismus m
monotheism; M., pantheistischer - pantheistic monotheism
Monotheist m (-en)
monotheist
monotheistisch  
monotheistic
Monothelet m (-en)
monothelite
Monotheletismus m
monotheletism
Monothematik f
monothematic structure or technique
monothematisch  adj
monothematic
monoton  adj
monotonous; monotonic
MonSerr. abr
Monograph Series
Monsignore m (-ri)
Monsignor(e)
Monster n (-)
monster; Monsterrede - marathon speech
Monstr. abr
Monstranz; Monstrum
Monstranz f (-en)
monstrance, pyx
Montag m (-e)
Monday
Montage  f (-n)
 cutting, montage
Montague-Grammatik  f
 Montague grammar
Monument n (-e)
monument
monumental  adj
monumental
Monumentalität  f
 monumentality
Moor n (-e)
moor; swamp
Moral  f
 morality or moral code; M. der Pietät - morality of piety; M. der Zähmung - taming morality; M. der Züchtung - breeding morality; M. des Ressentiment - morality of resentment or revenge; Wandel der M. - transformation of morality; gewöhnliches M. - common moral sense or awareness
Moralempfindung  f
 moral sentiment
Moralempirismus  m
 moral empiricism
Moralen  pl
 moralities (Nietzche)
Moralevolutionismus  m
 moral evolutionism (Nietzsche)
Moralgefühl n
feeling of morality
Moralgesetz n
moral law or principle
Moralin  n
 hypocrisy, ostentatious morality (Nietzsche)
moralinfreie Tugend  f
 unpriggish (Nietzsche)
moralisch  adj
moral(ly) or ethical(ly); das Moralisch-Schöne - moral beauty; m. verpflichtend - morally obligatory; m. Absicht - moral purpose; m. Begründung - moral justification; m. Beschränktheit - moral narrowness; m. Bestimmung des Willens - moral determination of the will; m. Billigung - moral approval or approbation; m. Doppelwirkung - moral double effect; m. Einheit - moral unity; m. Empfindungen - moral sensations or feelings; m. Entwicklung - moral development; m. Forderung - moral demand; m. Formen des Bösen - moral forms of evil; m. Gemeinschaft - moral community; m. Gesinnung - moral disposition; m. Pflicht - moral duty; m. Selbstgenügsamkeit - moral selfsufficiency
moralisieren  
to moralize
Moralismus m
moralism
Moralist m (-en)
moralist; moral (philosopher); ethicist; moralizer
Moralistik f
ethics
moralistisch  
moralistic
Moralität f
(sg) morality; Lit: morality play, (pl) moralties
Moralitätskriterium  n
 criterion of morality
Moralitätsprinzip n
principle of morality
Moralkodex  m
 moral code
Morallehre f
 ethics, moral doctrine; ethical philosophy
Moralpädagogig f
moral education
Moralphilosoph m (-er)
moral philosopher
Moralphilosophie f
moral philosophy
Moralpositivismus  m
 moral positivism
Moralprediger m (-)
moralizer; sermonizer
Moralpredigt f (-en)
homily; moral sermon; moral lecture
Moralprinzip n
moral principle
Moralpsychologie f
psychology of moral conduct
Moral-Sense-Theoretiker  m
 moral sense theorist
Moralstatistik  f
 moral statistics
Moraltheologe m (-n)
moral theologian
Moraltheologie f
moral theology
Moralunterricht m
moral education
Moralurteil  n
 moral judgement
Moralverbot  n
 moral prohibition
Moralverhalten  n
 moral behaviour
Moralwissenschaft f
moral science
Moralwort  n
 moral word
Mord m (-e)
murder; assassination; homicide
Mordabsicht f
intent to murder or kill
Mordanklage f
murder charge
Mordanschlag f (-"e)
murder attempt
Mordbube n (-n)
murderer, assassin
Morddrohung f (-en)
threat of murder
morden  
to murder; to slay
Mörder f (-n)
murderer, (fig) destroyer
Mördergrube f (-n)
den of thieves or cutthroats
mörderisch  
murderous; bloody; cruel; deadly
Mordgeschichte f (-n)
murder story
mordgierig  
bloodthirsty, with a list to kill
Mordlust  f
 desire to kill; lust for murder
Mordverdacht m
suspicion of murder
Mordversuch m (-e)
attempted murder; assassination attempt
Mordwerkzeug n (-e)
murder weapon
Mores  
 manners, mores, customs
Moreske f (-n)
arabesque
Morgen m (-)
morning; dawn, daybreak; poet: morn, the east; (as a measurement of land): approximately one acre (depending on local variations, from 0.6 to 0.9)
morgen  adv
tomorrow; m. früh - tomorrow morning
Morgen n (-)
tomorrow (as future), future; Lit, poet: morrow; ein besseres M. - a better future
Morgenandacht f (-en)
morning devotion; morning service; morning prayers; matins
Morgenland n
East, Orient; die Drei Weisen aus dem M. - the Three Magi
Morgenländer m (-)
Oriental
morgenländisch adj
Oriental, Eastern
Morgenrot n
dawn; sunrise; aurora; (fig) youthful bloom; prime
Morgenröte f
dawn; sunrise; aurora; (fig) youthful bloom; prime
Morgensonne f
morning sun, morning sunshine
Morgenstern m
morning star
Morgenstunde f (-n)
early morning hour
Morgentau m
morning dew
Morgenwache f
morning watch
Moritat f (-en)
street ballad
Mormone m (-n)
Mormon
Mormonentum n
Mormonism
morph. abr
morphologisch
Morph. abr
Morphologie
morphé  f
 shape, form
Morphem  n
 morpheme
Morphemik  f
 morphemics
Morphium n
morphine, morphia
morphiumsüchtig adj
addicted to morphine
Morphiumsüchtig m (-n)
morphine addict
Morphologie  f
 morphology
mors
Lat: death
morsch adj
decayed, rotten; frail, brittle; old and decrepit, frail; disintegrated, decaying
mors spiritualis
Lat: spiritual death
Mörtel m (-)
mortar
Mörtelfuge f (-n)
mortar joint
mörtellos  
f (-n)
Mörtelmauer f (-n)
mortar wall
Mosaik n (-en)
mosaic
Mosaikreligion f
patchwork religion; patchwork/ supermarket of belief
mosaisch adj
Mosaic (law, code, etc); mosaic-like
Moschee f (-n)
mosque, masjid
Mose abr
1. Mose or 1 Mose or Gn - Genessis; 2. Mose or 2 Mose or Ex - Exodus; 3. Mose or 3 Mose or Lv - Leviticus; 4. Mose or 4 Mose or Nm- Numbers; 5. Mose or 5 Mose or Dt - Deutoronomy
Mosesbücher  
(pl) the Pentateuch
Mosessegen m
the blessing of Moses
mosl. abr
moslemisch
Moslem m (-s)
Moslem, Muslim
moslemisch adj
Moslem, Muslim; Islamic, moslamic
Moslime f (-n)
Moslem, Muslim (woman or girl)
Most m (-e)
fruit juice; new wine; cider; must
mot. abr
motivieren; motiviert; motivisch
motettenartig  
motet-like, in motet style
motettisch  
motet-like, in motet style
Motiv n (-e)
motive, impulse; inducement, incentive, spure; drive; need; Lit, Art: motif, subject, motive; Mus: theme, motif, motive
Motivation f (-en)
motivation
motivierend  pr p, adj
 motivating (factor, etc.)
motivisch  
motivic; motival
Motte f (-n)
moth
mottenfräßig adj
moth-eaten
Movens  n
 motive force, motive cause
mozarabisch  
Mozarabic
MPI abr
Max-Planck-Institüt
MRJ abbr
Mennonite Research Journal. Lancaster, Pa.
MRP abbr
Magazin für Religionsphilosophie, Exegese und Kirchengeschichte. Helmstädt
Mrz. abr
März; Mehrzahl
Ms. abr
Monatsschrift; Manuskript(e)
MS abr
Manuskript(e)
mschr. abr
maschinenschriftlich
M-Semantik  f
 Montague semantics
Ms.germ. abr
Manuscriptum germanicum
MSHTh abbr
Münchener Studien zur historischen Theologie. Kempten, u.a.
Mskr. abr
Manuskript
MSÖRK abbr
Mitteilungen aus der Studienabteilung des ökumenischen Rates der Kirchen. Geneva
MSRS abbr
Monatsschrift für die reformierte Schweiz. Zürich
Mss. abr
Manuskripte
mst. abr
meist(ens)
MSt abbr
Mariologische Studien. Essen
MSU abbr
Mitteilungen des Septuaginta-Unternehmens der Gesellschaft (Akademie) der Wissenschaften in Göttingen. Göttingen
Mt abr
Matthäus - Matthew
Mt. abr
Berg; Mona
MThS abbr
Münchener theologische Studien. München
MThSt abbr
Marburger theologische Studien. Marburg
MThZ abbr
Münchener theologische Zeitschrift. München
MTK abbr
Monatsschrift für Theologie und Kirche. Göttingen
mtl. abr
monatlich
Mts.-Beitr. abr
Monatsbeitrag; Monatsbeiträge
Mts.-Ber. abr
Monatsbericht
Mts.-Ztshr. abr
Monatszeitschrift(en)
Mttl. abr
Mitteilung; Mittel
Mua. abr
Mundart
Mücke f
gnat, midge, fly
mucken  
to utter a word; to grumble, to mutter; to budge, to move; to stir; to sulk, be sullen
müde adj
weary, tired, exhausted, fatigued, worn out
Müdigkeit f
tiredness, sleepiness; weariness, fatigue; exhaustion; lack of drive or motivation
Muffel f (-n)
muffle
Muffelofen m (-")
muffle-kiln
Mühe f (-n)
effort, trouble, pains, toil, labor
mühen  
to take pains or trouble (about something)
mühevoll adj
difficult, hard; arduous; wearisome
Mühle f (-n)
mill; crusher; grinder
Mühlstein m (-e)
millstone; grindstone; quern stone
Mühsal f (-e)
toil, difficulty, trouble, hardship, affliction, distress
mühsam adj, adv
difficult, hard, tough; laborious, arduous, tiresome; laboriously, with an effort, with difficulty
mühselig adj
difficult, hard; laborious, toilsome; weary
MuK abbr
Musik und Kirche. Kassel
Muldengewölbe n (-)
(type of cloister vault which is longer than it is wide)
Mullah m (-s)
Mullah
Müller m (-)
miller
Müllerin f (-nen)
miller's wife; miller's daughter
Multidimensionalität  f
 multidimensionality
multidisziplinär  adj
 multidisciplinary
multifaktoriell  adj
 multifactorial
Multifunktionalität  f
 multifunctionality
Multikulturalismus  m
 multiculturality
Multikulturalität  f
 multiculturality
multikulturell  adj
 multicultural
multilateral  adj
 multilateral
Multilateralismus  m
 multilateralism
Multilinearform  f
 multi-linear form
Multilingualismus  m
 multilingualism
Multilinguismus  m
 multilingualism
Multimedia  
 multimedia
multimedial  adj
 multimedia
multinational  adj
 multinational; multiethnic
Multiple n (-s)
multiple
multipolar  adj
 multi-polar
Multivalenz  f
 multivalency
Mumie f (-n)
mummy; zu einer M. werden - to become or be mummified
Mumienbandagen  
mummy wrappings
Mumienbildnis n (-se)
mummy portrait
Mumienporträt n (-s)
mummy portrait
Mumiensarkophag m (-e)
mummy sarcophagus
Mumifikation f
mummification
mumifizieren  
to mummify; to embalm
mumifiziert  
mummified
Münchhausen-Trilemma  n
 Münchhausen trilemma
Mund m (-"er)
mouth; opening; aperture, orifice; nozzle; bell; mouth (of pot);
munden  
to be delicious; to taste good; gulp down
münden  
to lead to, end in; to flow into; to fall into; to run into
Mundharmonika f (-s)
mouth-organ, (mouth-)harmonica; guimbard(e); French or Jew's harp
mündig  adj
 politically mature; m. Bürger - citizen 
Mündigkeit  f
 age of maturity or consent; self-determinacy/determinedness
mündlich  
oral; verbal; by word of mouth
Mundschenk m (-e)
cupbearer
Mündung f (-en)
mouth (of pot)
mundus intelligibilis  
 Lat: intelligible world
mundus sensibilis  
 Lat: sensible or material world
Münster n (-)
cathedral, minster
munter adj
lively, spirited, brisk
Münzabdruck m (-e)
impression of a coin
Münzbild n (-er)
picture on a coin
Münze f (-n)
coin
münzen  
to stamp coins, to mint
murmeln  
to murmur; to mutter
murren  
to murmur; to grumble (über - at)
mürrisch adj
surly, sullen; disgruntled; bad-tempered
mus. abr
musikalisch; musisch
Muse f (-n)
muse
Museologie  f
 museology
Museum  n (-seen), abbr
museum; abbr: Museum. Leiden
Musik f
music; band
musikalisch  adj
musical, musically gifted
Musikant m
musician; fahrender M. - ministrel; vagrant musician
Musikantiquariat n
antiquarian music dealer
Musikästhetik f
musical aesthetics, aesthetics of music
Musikbegleitung f
musical accompaniment
Musikbibliothek f (-en)
music(al) library
Musikbox-Theorie der Bedeutung  f
 jukebox theory of meaning
Musikdrama n (-men)
music-drama
Musiker m
musician; ausübender M. - performing musician, performer
Musikerziehung f
musical education
Musikethnologie f
musical ethnology, ethnomusicology
Musikfest n
music festival
Musikforschung f
musical research
Musikführer m
musical guide
Musikgeschichte f
music(al) history, history of music
Musikhistoriker m (-)
musicologist, music historian
Musikinstrument n (-e)
musical instrument
Musikkritik f (-en)
music criticism, music critique
Musikkritiker m (-)
music critic
Musikleben
musical life, musical activity
Musikliteratur f
musical literature
Musiknote f (-n)
musical note; music
Musikpädagogik f
music pedagogy
Musiksoziologie f
music sociology, sociology of music
Musikstil m
music(al) style
Musikstück n (-e)
piece of music, music-piece, composition, number
Musiktheater n
music theater
Musiktheorie f
theory of music, music theory
Musikunterricht m
instruction in music, music lessons; M. geben - to teach music
Musikverein m (-e)
musical society
Musikwerk n (-e)
musical work; composition
Musikwissenschaft f
musicology
Musikwissenschaftler m (-)
musicologist
musikwissenschaftlich  
musicological
musizieren  vr
to make music; to play music
Muskel m (-n)
muscle
Muskelstück n (-e)
tendon, sinew
muslimisch adj
Muslim
müssen vi
must, have to; need to; ought to; should
Muster n (-)
model, example; ideal, sample; type, design, pattern
Musterbeispiel n (-e)
example; exemplar
Muße f
leisure
müßig adj
idle, lazy; (at) leisure
Müßigang m
idleness, sloth; indolence
Müßiggang m
idleness, laziness
mut. abr
mutual
Mutation f (-en)
mutation; change of voice; sound modification (with mufflers, etc.)
mutieren  vr
to mutate; to change one's voice
Mutierung f (-en)
mutation; change of voice; sound modification (with mufflers, etc.)
mutig adj
courageous, gallant, brave, valiant
mutlos adj
discouraged; disheartened; dejected, down cast; timid, fainthearted, faint
Mutlosigkeit f
discouragement; disheartenment; dejection; faintheartedness; timidity
Mutmaßlichkeit f
likelihood
Mutmaßung f (-en)
speculation
Mutt m
courage; pluck; fortitude, boldness, mettle, spirit; state of mind; mood
Mutter f (-")
mother
Mutterbrust f
mother's breast
Mutterfürsorge f
maternity welfare
Muttergottes f
Mother of God, also: Blessed Virgin, Virgin Mary, Holy Vergin, Our Blessed Lady, Madonna
Muttergottesbild n
madonna
Muttergottesikone f (-n)
icon of the Modonna (or Virgin)
Mutterherz n
mother's heart
Mutterinstinkt m
maternal instinct
Mutterkirche f (-)
the Mother Church, mater ecclesia
Mutterkult m
mother worship
Mutterland n
mother country
Mutterleib m
womb; uterus
mütterlich adj
motherly, maternal
Mutterliebe f
mother love
mutterlos adj
motherless
Mutter Maria f
Virgin Mary; Our Blessed Lady
Muttermörder m (-)
matricide, someone who kills one's mother
Mutterrecht n
right of mother(hood), mother right; matriarchy
Mutterschaf n (-e)
ewe
Mutterschaft f
motherhood
Mutterschoß m
womb; mother's lap
Muttersprache f
mother tongue, native tongue
Muttertag m
Mother's Day
Muttertier n (-e)
mother (animal); female lamb; female goat
Mutulus m (-li)
mutule
Mutwille m
wantonness; mischievousness
mutwillig  
wanton; petulant; mischievous
MVäG abbr
Mitteilungen der vorderasiatischen (vorderasiatisch-ägyptischen) Gesellschaft. Leipzig
MVEL abbr
Monatsblatt der Vereinigung der Evangelisch-Lutherischen innerhalb der preussischen Landeskirche. Berlin
MWAT abbr
Missionswissenschaftliche Abhandlungen und Texte. Münster
MWF abbr
Missionswissenschaftliche Forschungen. Gütersloh
MWG abbr
Mensch, Welt, Gott. Ein Aufbau der Philosophie in Einzeldarstellungen. Freiburg, Breisgau
MWKA abbr
Mitteilungen der Wiener katholischen Akademie. Wien
MWRW abbr
Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft. Münster
MWSt abbr
Missionswissenschaftliche Studien. Gütersloh
myk. abr
mykenisch
Mykene  
Mycenæa
mykenisch  
Mycenæan
Myrrhe f
myrrh
Myrrhenberg m
the mountain of myrrh
Myrte f (-n)
myrtle
Myrtenzweig m (-e)
branch from a myrtle
myst. abbr
mysteriös; mystisch
mysteria fidei
Lat: mysteries of the faith
Mysterienkult m
mystery cult
Mysterienreligion f (-en)
mystery religion
mysterifizieren  vr
to mystify
Mysterium n (-rien)
mystery
Mystifikation f
mystification
mystifizieren vr
to mystify
Mystik f
mysticism; mystic; Deutsche M. - German Mysticism
Mystiker m (-)
mystic
mystisch  adj
mystic(al); m. Einheit - mystical union or unity; m. Unfaßbarkeit - mystical ineffability; m. Vereinigung - mystical union
Mystizismus m
mysticism
myth. abbr
mythisch; mythologisch
Myth. abbr
Mythologie; Mythos; Mythus
MyTh abbr
Mystische Theologie. Jahrbuch. Klosterneuburg, u.a.
MythBibl abbr
Mythologische Bibliothek. Leipzig
Mythe f (-n)
myth; fable
Mythenforschung f
mythology
mythenhaft  adj
mythical
Mythenkunde f
mythology
mythenschaffend adj
mythopoeic, mythopoetic
Mythentheorie f (-n)
theory of myths, myth theory
mythisch adj
mythical
Mythologe m (-n)
mythologist, mythicist
Mythologie f (-n)
mythology
mythologisch  adj
mythologic(al)
Mythos m (-then)
myth
Mythus der (-then)
myth
Mz. abr
Mehrzahl
Mzs. abr
Monatszeitschrift
Mzss. abr
Monatszeitschriften