Alphabet: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
N abbr
Nachschrift; Name; Nationalbibliothek; Nationalgalerie; Nationalsozialismus; Nebenausgabe; Nebenstimme; Neue Serie; Neues Testament; Neue Bearbeitung; Neutrum; Neuauflage; Neuausgabe; Neues Archiv; Neue Auflage; Normalbedingung; nota bene;  Mus:  Notenbeilage; Nominativ; November; Nord(en)
n.A. abbr
neue Ausgabe - new edition
naa.a. abbr
nicht anderweitig angegeben/aufgeführt
Nabel m (-s, -)
navel, umbilicus, hub, center, middle
Nabelschnur f (-"e)
umbilical cord, cord
Naboth m
Naboth; der Weinber Naboths - Naboth's vineyard
nach adv, prep
after; following; to; for; according to; n. oben -- upwards; n. und n. -- by and by, gradually; je n. -- according to,
nachahmen  vr sep
to imitate; to copy; to emulate; to mimic; to plagiarize
nachahmend pr p, adj
mimetic (art, etc)
nachahmenswert  
worth imitating, exemplary
Nachahmer m (-)
imitator; copycat
Nachahmung f (-en)
emulation; imitation, copy(ing); mimisis; imitation (of Christ)
Nachahmungskunst f
mimetic art
Nachahmungstheorie f
theory of imitation, mimetic theory
Nachbar m (-n)
neighbor
Nachbardorf n (-"er)
neighboring village
Nachbarland n (-"er)
neighboring country
nachbarlich  
neighboring, adjoining, adjacent, friendly
Nachbarschaft f
vicinity; neighborhood; neighbors
Nachbarskind n (-er)
neighbor's child
Nachbarsleute  
(pl) neighbors
nachbeten  
repeat, recite (after the priest, etc.)
Nachbeter m (-)
echo(er), parrot, blind adherent
Nachbetrachtung f
afterthought, second thought or consideration
nachbiblisch
post biblical
Nachbild n
after-effect; afterimage
nachbilden  vr sep
to copy; to imitate; to pattern, model; to duplicate, reproduce; to reconstruct; to forge, counterfeit
Nachbildung f (-en)
copy, imitation; mimesis
nachchristlich  
(post-) Christian (era, etc.)
nachdatieren vr sep
to post-date
Nachdatierung f (-en)
past-dating; postdate
nachdem adv, conj
after; when; afterwards, after that; je n. -- depending on
nachdenken
to think (über - about); to reflect (on), ponder (on); to consider
Nachdenken n
thought; consideration; reflection; meditation
nachdenklich
thoughtful; reflective; meditative
nachdichten vr sep
to paraphrase; to render loosely or freely
Nachdichtung f (-en)
adaptation; free version, paraphrase (of a literary text)
nachdr. abbr
nachdrucken; nachdrücken; nachdringlich; nachdrücklich
Nachdr. abr
Nachdruck
nachdrängen  
to press forward; to press after; to pursue the enemy closely
Nachdruck m (-e)
reprint, reproduction; N. eines Buches - reprint issue; emphasis, stress or weight; emphatically; energy; vigor
nachdrucken  vr sep
to reprint; to pirate (illegally)
nachdrücklich  adj, adv
emphatic(ally); insistent; stern, strong; urgent(ly); vigorously
Nacheiferer m (-)
emulator
nacheifern  vr sep
to emulate; to vie with
nacheilen  vr sep
to hurry or hasten after; to pursue
nacheinander  adv
one after the other; one after another: little by little; in succession
nachempfinden  vi sep
to enter into or appreciate; to feel for, sympathize with; to empathize wth; to share
Nachempfindung f (-en)
appreciation, sensitivity, receptivity, sympathy; after-sensation; vicarious experiences
Nacherleben n
re-experience, reliving, re-experiening
Nachernte f
gleaning
Nacherz. abbr
Nacherzählung
Nachf. abbr
Nachfahre(n); Nachfolge; Nachfolger(in); Nachforschung
Nachfahr m (-en)
descendant
nachfahren vi sep
to drive behind; to follow (later or afterward)
Nachfolge f
succession; sequence; subsequence; emulation, imitation (of Christ); die Nachfolge Christi - the discipleship of Christ; the imitation of Christ
Nachfolgebewegung f (-en)
 successor movement
nachfolgen vr sep
to follow; to succeed; to persue; to immitate
Nachfolger m (-)
successor; follower; imitator
Nachfolgerschaft f
successors; successorship
Nachforschung f (-en)
quest, search, investigation, research
Nachfrage f (-n)
enquiry, inquiry; demand
nachfragen vi sep
to enquire, inquire, to ask
nachfühlen vr sep
to sympathize with; to feel (with someone in something)
nachgeben vi sep
to yield, give (way); to give in
Nachgeborenen f
future generation(s)
Nachgeburt f
afterbirth
nachgehen vi sep
to follow, go behind; to persue; to seek; to look into; to inquire (into), investigate
nachgelassen pp, adj
unpublished; posthumous (writings, etc)
nachgeordnet adj
subordinate, (pref) sub- (goal, etc)
Nachgesang m
epode
nachgeschichtlich adj
post-modern; m. Menschheit - Post-modern
Nachgiebigkeit f
compliance; yielding or weak disposition; indulgence; subservience
nachgraben vi sep
to dig (nach - for); to break through
Nachhall m
echo; reverberation; resonance
nachhallen vr sep
to (re-)echo, sound, reverberate; to resonance
nachhaltig adj, adv
lasting, enduring; persistent(ly); sus­tained; sustainable; effective; persistent; for a long time
nachher adv
afterwards; after that; later (on); subsequently
Nachhilfe f
rear guard
nachhinken  vr sep
to lag or trail behind; to limp or hobble after
Nachhut f
rear guard
Nachimpressionismus m
post-impressionism
nachimpressionistisch  adj
post-impressionistic(al)
nachjagen vr sep
to pursue, hunt or chase (after); to send after
Nachklang m (-e)
resonance, echo; reminiscence
nachklassisch  adj
post-classic(al)
nachklingen  vi sep
to linger in the ear; to re-echo, resound; to resonate; to reverberate
Nachklingen n
echo(ing), resonance; dying-out period
Nachkomme m (-n)
descendant, offspring, progeny
nachkommen vi sep
to come after; to come later, follow; to keep up (with); to observe, adhere to (law, etc); to satisfy, fulfill, meet; to redeem, keep (promise, etc); to follow, obey (demands, etc)
nachkommend adj
following, future (generation, etc)
Nachkommenschaft f
descendants, offspring; progeny; posterity; Bibl: seed, fruit
Nachkömmling m (-e)
descendent, offspring; progeny; late arrival in the family
Nachkriegsgeneration f (-en)
postwar generation
Nachkriegsjahre f (pl)
postwar years
Nachkriegsphilosophie f
post-war philosophy
Nachkriegszeit f
post-war period
Nachl. abbr
Nachlaß
nachlassen vi sep
to slack off, to give up, to leave off, to stop, to let up, to ease, to deteriorate, to decrease, to drop off, to cool, to dwindle; to leave, to bequeath; nachgelasesene Werke - unpublished works
nachlässig adj, adv
careless(ly); untidy; negligent; casual, lax; apathatic(ally); indifferent(ly); untidily
Nachlässigkeit f
negligence, carelessness
Nachlaß m (-sse, -"sse)
estate; remission (of sins); rebate, discount; bequest; posthumous works; unpublished works; nachlass
nachlaufen vi sep
to run after; to follow; to go after
Nachleben n
afterlife
Nachlese f
gleaning, gleanings; pickings, further selection; collection of posthumously published works
nachlesen vi sep
to read after; to reread; to look up (in a book); to glean
nachmals  
later, afterwards; subsequently
nachmetaphysisch adj
postmetaphysical (thought, etc)
Nachmittag m
afternoon
nachmittags  
in the afternoon
Nachmittagszeit f
afternoon
Nachname m (-)
surname
nachplapern vr sep
to repeat automatically, parrot
nachprüfen vr sep
to check; to verify; to test
Nachprüfung f (-en)
verification; testing; checking
Nachr. abr
Nachricht(en)
Nachrede f
epilogue; malicious gossip, slander, defamatory remark
nachreden vr sep
to repeat (what another has said); jemand Böses or Schlechtes n. - to speak ill of someone
nachrennen vi sep
to run after (someone or something)
Nachricht f (-en)
news, information; account; report; communication; notice
Nachruf m (-e)
memorial address, obituary notice, in memoriam; posthumous fame
nachrufen vi sep
to call or shout something after (someone)
Nachruhm m
fame after death
Nachs. abr
Nachsatz
nachsagen vr sep
to say something(of someone); jemand Böses or Schlechtes n. - to speak ill or say something bad about someone
Nachsatz m
added remark, addition; concluding sentence; final clause; minor proposition
Nachschau f
inspection
nachschicken vr sep
to send later; to send after
Nachschlagebibliothek f (-en)
reference library
nachschlagen vi sep
to consult (a book, reference work, etc); to look up (a word); to refer to
Nachschlagewerk n (-e)
reference book, work of reference
nachschleichen vr sep
to sneak after
Nachschöpfung f
free adaptation, reproduction (art, etc.)
Nachschrift f (-en)
postscript; transcript; copy
nachschwatzen vr sep
to repeat something mechanically, parrot, echo
nachsehen vi sep
to look after; to follow with one's eyes; to look into, examine, investigate; to attend to, inspect, check; to revise, overhaul
nachsenden vi sep
to send after (someone); to send something after; to send something on
nachsetzen  
to put something aside; to pursue, chase after (someone or something)
Nachsicht f
indulgence, forbearance, leniency; clemency; pity; respite
nachsichtig  
considerate; indulgent, lenient; forbearing
Nachsichtigkeit f
good nature; indulgence
Nachsilbe f (-n)
suffix
nachsinnen vr sep
to ponder or reflect on something or someone; to think about something; to meditate about something
Nachspiel n (-e)
postlude, epilogue
nachspüren vr sep
to trace or track ; jemand n. - to spy on someone
nächst  adj
nearest, shortest: next, following; closest; das Nächste - the next thing; the closest
nächstbeste  
first
Nächstbeste n
the next-best (thing, idea, etc.)
nächstbester  
first
nächstbestes  
first
Nächste m (-n)
neighbor; fellow-man; fellow creature or being; the next (in line, a person, etc)
Nächste f (-n)
fellowman; fellow creature or being
nachstellen vr sep
to lie in wait for, waylay; to place after; to adjust
Nachstellung f (-en)
persecution, plot(s)
Nächstenliebe f
love or charity for one´s neighbor or fellow-man, brotherly love; christliche N. - Christian love to one´s neighbor, (Christian) charity
nächstens  
soon, shortly, in the near future, before long
nächstfolgend adj
next (in order), following; secondary
nächsthöher adj
next higher or in rank
Nacht f (-"e)
night; darkness
Nachteil m (-e)
disadvantage; shortcoming; detriment; drawback
Nachteule f (-n)
night owl
Nachtgebet n (-e)
evening prayer
Nachtgesicht n (-e)
a vision of the night
Nachtgespenst n
nocturnal spectre, night creature
Nachtglocke f
night bell
Nachthimmel m
night sky
Nachthütte f (-n)
hut
Nachtigall f (-en)
nightingale
nächtigen  
to pass the night; to stay overnight, stay at night
Nachtmahl n
supper; evening meal
Nachtmette n
nocturne
nachtr. abr
nachträglich
Nachtr. abr
Nachtrag; Nachträge
nachtrachten vr sep
to try; to strive (for); to pursue
Nachtrag m (-"e)
supplement; addendum; appendix; postscript
nachtragen vi sep
to carry after; to append, to add; (fig) to bear a grudge (against), to be resentful (of)
nachträglich adj, adv
1. adj later; additional; further; subsequent; belated; supplementary; - 2. adv afterwards; subsequently; belatedly
nachtrauern vr sep
jemand n. - to mourn someone, to grieve for someone
Nachtruhe f
night's rest or sleep
nachts  
at night, by night, in the night, during the night
Nachtseite f
dark or seamy side
Nachtstück n (-e)
Art: night piece; Mus: nocturne, nocturno
Nachtstunde f (-n)
hour of the night
Nachttropfen  
dew
nachtun  
es jemand n. - to imitate someone; to follow someone's example
Nachtwache f
night watch, vigil
Nachtwächerlied n
call of the night watchman
Nachtwächter  
night watchman; (fig) stupid person
nachtwandeln  
to walk in one's sleep
Nachtwandeln n
sleepwalking, somnambulism
Nachtwandler m (-)
sleepwalker, somnambulist
nachtwandlerisch  
sleepwalking, somnambulistic
Nachtzeit f
nighttime
Nachuntersuchung f (-en)
follow-up examination
nachvollziehen  
to imagine; to understand; to duplicate
nachwachsen  
to grow again, to grow up
Nachwahl f
special election, by-election
nachweinen vr sep
to bewail, mourn; to lament
Nachweis m (-e)
proof, evidence; demonstration; certificate
nachweisbar  
provable, demonstrable; manifest; evident; detectable; ascertainable
nachweisen
to prove; to establish proof of; to detect
nachweislich adj
see nachweisbar
Nachwelt f
future generation(s); posterity
nachwirken vr sep
to have an aftereffect; to have a lasting effect
Nachwirkung f (-en)
aftereffect, aftermath; repercussion; consequence
Nachwort n
epilogue; afterward; concluding remarks
Nachwuchs m
younger or new generation; young talent; offspring
nachziehen vi sep
to pull along behind one; to follow (after); to copy
Nachzügler m (-)
straggler, latecomer
Nacken m (-)
neck, nape of neck
nackt  adj
naked; nude, bare; stripped of; n. Tatsache - bare fact
Nacktheit f
nakedness, nudity, bareness
Nadel f (-n)
needle, pin; point; pinnacle
Nadelöhr n (-e)
eye of a needle
n.a.g. abr
nicht anderweitig genannt
Nagation f (-en)
negation
Nagel m (-")
nail, stud; spike; peg
Nägelmal n (-e)
print or mark of the nails (on the hands and feet of Christ); die N. Christi - the stigmata, the nail marks of Christ
nageln  
to nail in
Nagelwunde f (-n)
nail mark
nagen  
to gnaw, to nibble; nagende Schmerzen - gnawing pains
Nah. abr
Nahum - Nahum
Nah abr
Nahum - Nahum
nah
see nahe
nahe afj, adv
close (to), near(by); neighboring; impending; imminent; nearly; closely; bei näherer Betrachtung - on closer examina­tion; nähere E­inzelheiten - further details; näher erklären­/erläutern - to explain in more detail
Nähe f
proximity; surroundings; nearness; neighborhood, vicinity; menschliche N. - human closeness; intimicy; N. zu Gott - proximity to God; closeness to God
nahelegen
to suggest; to urge; to give rise to
naheliegend adj
nearby; obvious; manifest; likely
nahen  
to approach, come up, draw near
nähen  
to sew, stitch
näher  comp
 more precise(ly), more articulate
nähern
to bring or move something closer; vrf to approach; to draw close/ near;
Naherwartung  f
 imminant expectation (of the return of Christ)
nahestehen  
to be close to; to be closely connected with ; closely related, near of kin
nahezu
nearly, almost; virtually
Nahost m
Middle East, Near East
nähren  
to feed; to provide or supply (with nourishment); to nurse, suckle; to keep, support, nourish; (fig) to cherish, entertain (hope, etc.); to gain a livelihood, to maintain or keep oneself (by), to live (on)
Nahrung f
nourishment, food; (fig) support, substance, livelihood
Nahrungsmangel m
food shortage, lack of food
Nahrungsmittel n (-)
food, foodstuff; (pl) foods, foodstuffs, food supply
naiv  
naive(ly), innocent, ingenious, unsophisticated, simple
Naivität f
naiveté
Nam.-Reg. abr
Namenregister
Nam.-Verz. abr
Namenverzeichnis
Name m (-n)
name; title; designation; character; good name, reputation; Namen Jesu Christ (von Nazaret) - in the name of Jesus Christ (of Nazareth); Name des Herrn - the name of the Lord
Name Gottes  
the name of God; the name of the Lord
Namen n-noun
see Name
Namen-Jesu-Fest n
Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus
Namenchrist m (-en)
nominal Christ; cultured Christian
Namengebung f
christening, naming
Namengedächtnis n
memory for names
Namenkunde f
study of names, onomatology
Namenliste f (-n)
list of names
namenlos  
unnamed, nameless, unknown, anonymous; immensely, terribly, extremely
Namenregister n (-)
index of names, list of names, roll
namens  
in the name of, on behalf of; named, by name of
Namensheilige m, f (-n)
patron saint (of church, etc.), titular saint (of church, etc.)
Namensnennung f
mentioning of names; christening
Namenspartron m (-e)
patron saint (of church, etc.) titular saint (of church, etc.)
Namenstag m (-e)
saint's day, name day
Namenszug m (-"e)
signature; monogram
namentlich  
by name, nominal
Namenverzeichnis n
list or index of names
namhaft  
well-known, noted, renowned; worth mentioning, noteworthy
nämlich adj, adv, fl part
1. adj same; selfsame; very; - 2. adv, fl part namely, that is (to say), of course; you know/see; for
Napf n (-"e)
cup
Narde f (-n)
nard, spikenard
Nardenöl n
perfume made of nard, ointment of spikenard
Narkose f (-n)
narcosis, anesthesia
Narr m (-en)
fool; clown, jester; buffoon
narrativ adj
narrative (art, code, etc)
Narrativität f
narrativity
narren  
to make a fool of; to take (someone) in
Narrenmaul n
chattering or prating fool
Narrheit f
foolishness, folly; craziness, madness
Närrin f (-nen)
foolish woman or girl; madwoman
närrisch  
foolish, crazy, silly; mad; strange; eccentric; ridiculous
Narthex m (-hizes)
narthex
Narziß m (-sse)
(one lost in self-admiration): Myth: Narcissus
Narzißmus m
narcissism or narcissim; self-worship
narzißtisch  
narcissistic, narcistic, narcissist
nasal adj
nasal (sound)
Nasalität f
nasality
Nasallaut m (-e)
nasal (sound)
Nasalvokal n (-e)
nasal vowel
Nase f (-n)
nose, snout, nostrils, scent (dog, etc.); spout (of a pot, etc.); beak (of a ship)
Nasenring m (-e)
nose-ring
Nasenschmuck m
nose ornament; nose ring
naseweis  
pert, saucy, impertinent
naß  
wet, moist, damp; humid; rainy
nat. abr
national(istisch); naturalisiert; natürlich;  Lat: natus  geboren; naturalis
Nat. abr
Nation; Nationalismus; Nationalist; Nationalität; Natur; National-
nat.-soz. abr
national-sozialistisch
Nat.-Soz. abr
Nationalsozialismus
Natan m
Nathan
Natanael m
Nathanael
Nataniel m
Nathanael
Nathan m
Nathan
Natioanalsozialist m (-en)
National Socialist
Nation f (-en)
nation
national  adj
national; n. Geist - national spirit; n. Minderheit - national minority
Nationalbewußtsein n
national consciousness; national identity
Nationalbibliothek f
national library
Nationalcharakter m
national character
nationaldemokratisch  
national democratic
Nationaldenkmal n (-"er)
national monument
Nationalfeiertag m (-e)
national holiday
Nationalflagge f (-n)
national flag
Nationalgalerie f (-n)
national gallery
Nationalgefühl n
national loyalties; national feeling
Nationalgeist m
national spirit
Nationalhymne f (-n)
national anthem
nationalisieren  
to nationalize
Nationalismus m
nationalism
Nationalist m (-en)
nationalist
nationalistisch  
nationalistic
Nationalität f (-en)
nationality; ethnic group
Nationalkirche f
national church
Nationalkollegium n
national college (in Rome)
Nationalkonvent m
National Convention
Nationalliteratur f
national literature
Nationalsachen f
(pl) domestic or home affairs
Nationalsozialismus m
National Socialism
nationalsozialistisch  
National Socialist
Nationalstaat m
nation state
Nationalstolz m
national pride
Nationalversammlung f
national assembly
Nativismus m
nativism
Nativität f (-en)
nativity, birth (esp. of Christ)
Natter f (-n)
adder, viper
Natternbrut f
brood of vipers
Natternei n (-er)
egg of a viper
Natur f (-en)
nature; essence; scenery; disposition; character, temperament; temper; N. des Schönen - the nature of beauty or the beautiful; N. oder Kulture - nature versus nurture; entgeistigte N. - despiritualized nature
natura
Lat: nature
natura integra f
Lat: uncorrupted nature (such as the human nature before the fall)
Naturalismus m
naturalism; natural religion
Naturalist m (-en)
naturalist
naturalistisch  
naturalistic
natura naturans
Lat: selfcreating nature (Spinoza)
Naturbeobachtung f
observation of nature
Naturbeschreibung f (-en)
description of nature
Naturdenkmal n (-"er)
natural monument
Naturdienst m
worship of nature; natural religion
nature naturata
Lat: created nature (Spinoza)
Naturereignis n (-se)
natural occurrence; act of God
Naturerkenntnis f
knowledge of nature
Naturerscheinung f (-en)
natural phenomenon
Naturezeugnis n (-se)
natural product
Naturforscher m (-)
scientist; naturalist
Naturforschung f
natural science; study of nature
Naturfreund m (-e)
nature lover
Naturgefühl n
feeling for nature
Naturgeist m (-er)
nature-spirit; natural spirit
Naturgeschichte f
natural history
Naturgesetz n (-e)
law of nature, natural law
Naturgesetzlichkeit f
conformity to the law of nature
naturgetreu  adj
faithful (reproduction); true to the original, true to the original; lifelike; natural
Naturgewalt f (-en)
force of nature
Naturglaube m
natural religion
Naturgott m (-"er)
nature-deity, nature-god
Naturheilverfahren n (-)
naturopathy, treatment with natural remedies
Naturismus m
naturism
Naturkatastrophe f (-n)
natural disaster, catastrophe
Naturkausalität f
natural causality, causality in nature
Naturkind n
child of nature
Naturkraft f (-"e)
natural force or power; (pl) forces of nature, elements
Naturkunde f
natural history
Naturlandschaft f (-en)
natural history
Naturlehre f
doctrine of nature; natural philosophy; physics
natürlich adj, adv, fl part
natural; real, actual; true to nature; unaffected; innate, (in)born; usual, normal; (adv, fl part) naturally; of course; certainly, surely; to be sure
Natürliche No information yet.
Natürlichkeit No information yet.
Naturmensch m (-en)
primitive or uncivilized man, nature worshiper; natural or unsophisticated person; child of nature
Naturmetaphysik f
metaphysics of nature
Naturmythologie f
mythology based on the personification of natural phenomena
Naturnotwendigkeit f
natural or physical necessity
Naturordnung f
natural order
Naturphilosoph m (-en)
nature philosopher, natural philosopher, philosopher of science
Naturphilosophie f
philosophy of nature; naturalism; philosophy of such
Naturphilosophy f
naturphilosophie, natural philosophy, philosophy of nature; naturalism; philosophy of science
Naturprodukt n (-e)
natural product
Naturrecht n (-e)
natural right or law; law of nature
Naturrechtslehre f
doctrine of natural law or right
Naturreich n
kingdom of nature, nature
naturrein  
pure, unadulterated
Naturreligion f
natural religion
Naturschönheit f
beauty of nature
Naturschutz m
nature conservation or protection
Naturstein m (-e)
natural stone
Naturtrieb m (-e)
instinct
naturverbunden  
close to nature
Naturverehrung f
nature worship, worship of nature, physiolatry
Naturverstehen n
understanding of nature
Naturvolk n (-"er)
(primitive) people, race, or tribe, living close to nature
Naturwesen n
creature of nature
naturwidrig  adj
unnatural; contrary to nature, against nature; abnormal
Naturwissenschaft f (-en)
(natural or physical) science
Naturwissenschaftler m (-)
(natural) scientist
naturwissenschaftlich  
scientific(ally); related to (natural) science
Naturwunder n (-)
wonder of nature; prodigy
Naturzustand m (-"e)
natural or original state, state of nature; primitive state
n.Aufl. abr
 neue Auflage
n.Ausg. abr
neue Ausgabe
naz. abr
nazionale
Nazaräer m (-)
Jesus de N. - Jesus of Nazareth
Nazarener m (-)
Nazarene
nazarenisch  
Nazarene
Nazareth  
Nazareth
NazEv abr
Nazaräer-Evangelium
Naziherrschaft f
Nazi rule
Nazismus m
Nazism
NBATS abbr
Neue Beyträge von alten und neuen theologischen Sachen. Leipzig
NBD abbr
Nuntiaturbericht aus Deutschland nebst ergänzenden Akten. Gotha
NBDict abbr
New Bible Dictionary. James Dixen Douglas, ed. London
Nbf. abr
Nebenfach; Nebenform
NBibl. abr
Nationalbibliothek
NCE abbr
New Catholic Encyclopedia. New York
Nchfr. abr
Nachfrage
n.Chr. abr
nach Christus - A.D.; nach Christi Geburt
NChr abbr
New Christianity. Cambridge, Mass.
n.Chr.G. abr
nach Christi Geburt
n.c.i. abr
Lat: nomenativus cum infinitivo 
nd. abr
niederdeutsch; norddeutsch
NDF abr
 Neue Deutsche Forschungen
ndl. abr
niederländisch; nördlich
Ndr. abr
Nachdruck
ndrd. abr
niederdeutsch
Ndr.verb. abr
Nachdruck verboten
Nds. abr
Niederschrift
Ndschr. abr
Niederschrift
ndt. abr
niederdeutsch; norddeutsch
n.d.Z. abr
nach der Zeitenwende; nach der Zeitrechnung
Nebel m (-)
mist, fog, haze; (fig) veil, cloud, mist
nebelig  
foggy, misty, hazy
neben prep
beside; next to; among; in addition to, besides; apart from
Nebenabsicht f
secondary thought; secondary goal or object; ulterior motive
Nebenakzent m (-e)
subordinate accent; subsidiary accent
Nebenaltar m (-"e)
side altar
Nebenansicht f
secondary thought
Nebenapsis f (-iden)
side apse
Nebenbedeutung f
secondary meaning; connotation
nebenbei adv
besides, in addition, moreover; on the side; as a sideline; as well; incidentally; n. bemerkt or gesagt- by the way, incidentally
Nebenbuhler m (-)
rival
Nebenbuhlerschaft f (-en)
rivalry
Nebenchor m (-"e)
side chancel (at the end of the side aisle)
Nebeneffekt m
secondary cause
nebeneinander
side by side, abreast; simultaneously, concurrently
Nebeneinander n
coexistence; simultaneousness
nebeneinandergestellt p p, adj
to put side by side, put together, put beside one another
Nebenf. abr
Nebenform(en)
Nebenfigur f (-en)
subordinate or minor role or figure (story, play, etc); unimportant person; Art: accessory figure
Nebenflügel m (-)
Archaeol, Art: side or lateral wing
Nebenfolge f
side-effect; spin-off effect
Nebenform f (-en)
variant
Nebenfrage f (-n)
secondary question, question of less importance
Nebenfrau f (-en)
concubine, secondary or lesser wife
Nebengebäude n (-)
annex, wing; adjacent, adjoining or additional building
Nebengedanke m
secondary thought
Nebenhandlung f (-en)
subplot, underplot, episode, secondary plot, subsidiary plot, side action
nebenher  
beside, alongside, by his side, by her side
Nebenkapelle f (-n)
subsidiary or side chapel (of a cathedral)
Nebenkuppel f (-n)
lateral dome
Nebenmotiv n (-e)
secondary motif
Nebennote f
unessential note; auxiliary or adjunct note
Nebenraum m (-"e)
side or adjacent room
Nebenrolle f (-n)
secondary role or part, supporting role or part
Nebensache f (-n)
matter of secondary importance, nonessential, accessory
nebensächlich  
unimportant, immaterial, accidental, incidental, accessory, subsidiary
Nebensatz m
second theme, second subject
Nebenthema n (-men)
subsidiary theme or subject, second theme or subject
Nebenton m
secondary or side tone or note
Nebentonart f
key other than the main key of a composition
Nebenursache f
secondary cause
Nebesächlichkeit f (-en)
matter of secondary importance, unimportance
nebst  
together or along with; including
Nebukadnezar m
Nebuchadnezzar
necessitas absoluta f
Lat: absolute necessity
Neffe m (-n)
nephew
neg. abr
negativ; negieren; negiert
Neg. abr
 Negation; Negativ; Negierung; negiert
Negation f (-en)
negation; Ling: negative; doppelte N. - double negative; abstrakte N. - abstract negation; N. als Mangel - negation as lack; aussagenlogische N. propositional negation; bloße N. mere negation; N. der N. - nagation of the nagation (Hegel); unendliche N. - eternal negation
negativ  
negative(ly)
negative adj, adv
negative(ly); unsuccessful; fruitless; n. Bedingung - negative condition; n. Größe - negative magnitude; n. Nichts - negative nothing (Kant)
Negativität f
negativity
Negator m
negator; negation connective
Negotiation f (-en)
negotiation
Neh. abr
Nehemia, Nehemias - Nehemiah
Neh abr
Nehemia, Nehemias - Nehemiah
Nehemia  
Nehemia: das Buch N. - the Book of Nehemiah
nehmen vi
to take; to seize; to capture; to receive; to accept; to appropriate
Neid  
envy, jealousy, grudge
neiden  
to envy, begrudge
Neidhammel m (-)
grudging person
neidisch
envious, jealous
Neidkopf m (-"e)
carved animal or demon head (attached to a building to repel evil spirits)
neidlos  
not envious, ungrudging
Neige f
slope; end, decline, close; rest, drags
neigen
to bow; to incline; to tend to, have a tendency to; to slope (down); to bend, lean; tip; sink; to decline; to draw to a close
Neigung f (-en)
tendency (to); inclination (to); liking; preference; slope; leaving
Neigungsehe f (-n)
marriage of love or affection
nein
no
Neinsage f
(the) saying no; refusal; denial; contradiction
Neinsager m
(the) no sayer
Nekrolog m (-e)
obituary (notice), necrology
Nekrologie f
necrology, study of the causes of death
Nekromant m (-en)
necromancer
Nekromantie f
necromancy
Nekropole f (-n)
necropolis
Nektar m
nectar
nem.con. abr
Lat: nemine contradicente  ohne Widerspruch, Gegenstimme
Nemesis f
nemesis
nengl. abr
neuenglisch
nennen vi
to name, call; to mention (by name); to quote; to speak of; to term
nennenswert  
worth mentioning; significant, considerable
Neo-Darwinismus m
Neo-Darwinism
Neofaschismus m
neo-fascism
Neofaschist m (-en)
neo-fascist
neofaschistisch  
neo-fascist
Neogotik f
Neo-Gothic style
Neo-Hegelianismus m
Neo-Hegelianism
neokantianisch adj
Neo-Kantian (philosophy, etc)
Neo-Kantianismus m
Neo-Kantianism
neoklassisch adj
neo-classical
Neoklassizismus m
neo-classicism
Neokonfuzianismus m
Neo-Confucianism
Neoliberalismus m
neo-liberalism
Neolithikum n
neolithic period
neolithisch  
neolithic
Neologismus m
neologism
neomarxistisch adj
neo-Marxist
Neonazismus m
Neo-Nazism
neonazistsch  
Neo-Nazi
Neophyt m (-en)
neophyte, convert; novice
Neoplatonismus m
Neo-Platonism
Neopositivismus m
neo-positivism
Neopostivismus m
neopostivism
neopragmatisch adj
neo-pragmatic; n. Erkenntnistheorie - neo-pragmatic epistemology
Neopsychoanalyse f
neo-psychoanalysis
Neorealismus m
neo-realism
Neo-Scholastik f
Neo-Scholasticism
Neostoizismus m
neo-stoicism
Neoverismus m
neo-verism(o)
Nephrit m
nephrite
Nepotismus m
nepotism
Nereide f (-n)
nereid
Nerv m (-en)
nerve
nervös  
nervous
Nervosität f
nervousness, neurasthenia, restlessness
Nest n (-er)
nest, aerie; (fig) home; small country town, village; hole
Nestwärme f
warmth of the nest
nett  
nice, kind, pleasant; nicely, neatly, prettily, fairly
Nettigkeit f
 niceness, kindness, pleasantness
netto  
net, clear
Netz n (-e)
net, netting; mesh, gauze; lattice; network
netzen  
to wet, to moisten to sprinkle, to soak, to humidify
Netzmuster n (-)
cross-hatching; net pattern
Netzwerk n (-e)
network
neu
new; fresh; modern; recent; (as prefix); new, re-; aufs neue - anew; a­ gain; once more
Neuankömmling m (-e)
newcomer, recent arrival; newborn child
neuapostolisch adj
New Apostolic
Neuapostolische Gemeinde f
New Apostolic Church
Neuaristotelismus m
Neo-Aristotelism or Aristotelianism
Neuaufl.
Neuauflage - new edition
Neuauflage f (-en)
new edition, reprint, republication
Neuausgabe f
new edition, modern edition, republication
Neubarock m, n
neobaroque
Neubau m (-ten)
new house; reconstruction, rebuilding
neubearbeitet adj
revised; adapted
Neubearbeitung f
revision; revised edition; (re)adaptation; Mus: recomposition
Neubeginn m
new beginning
neubekehrt adj
newly converted
Neubekehrte m, f (-n)
proselyte, new convert
Neubekehrte m (-n)
proselyte, new convert
Neubelebung f
regeneration; revival
Neubewertung f
reevaluation
Neubildung f
new formatting; reorganization; regeneration; Phil: emergence; Ling; neologism; neomorphism
Neubuddhismus m
Neo-Buddhism
Neudeutsch n
modern German
Neudr. abr
Neudruck(e)
Neudruck m (-e)
reprint, reissue
Neue Kritik f
new criticism
Neuentwicklung f
new development
neuerdings  
of late, lately, recently
Neuerer m (-)
innovator
Neuersch. abr
Neuerscheinung(en)
Neuerscheinung f (-en)
new publication; (pl) latest arrivals
Neuerung f (-en)
change; reform; innovation
Neuf. abr
Neufassung
Neufassung f (-en)
new version
neugeboren  
newborn
Neugeburt f
rebirth; revival
neugegründet  
newly founded
Neugeistbewegung  f
the new Thought Movement
neugeschaffen  
newly created
Neugestaltung f
reorganization; reshaping, new design; reformation
neugewählt  
newly elected
Neugier f
curiosity; noseyness; inquesitiveness
Neugierde f
curiosity; noseyness; inquisitiveness
neugierig  
curious, inquisitive
Neugothik f
Gothic Revival, Neo-Gothic
neugotisch  
Neo-Gothic
Neugr. abr
Neugriechisch
neugriechisch  
Neo-Gothic
neuhebr. abr
neuhebräisch
neuhebräisch  
modern-Hebrew
Neuhegelianer m (-)
Neo-Hegelian
Neuheiden pl
neo-pagans
Neuheidentum n
secularism; neo-paganism (Rahner)
Neuheit f (-en)
novelty, newness
neuhochdeutsch  
New High German
Neuhumanismus m
modern humanism
Neuidealismus m
Neo-Idealism
Neuigkeit f (-en)
news
Neujahr n
New Year's Day
Neujahrsabend m
New Year's Eve
Neujahrsfest n
New Year festival
Neujahrsgrüße  
New Year's greetings
Neujahrstag
 New Year's Day
Neujarhswunsch m (-e)
New Year's Wish
Neukantianer m
Neo-Kantian
Neukantianismus m
Neo-Kantianism
Neuklassizismus m
neoclassicism
Neuland n
new territory, new ground, new land, virgin soil
neulat. abr
neulateinisch
Neulatein n
Neo-Latin, New Latin
neulateinisch  
Neo-Latin, New Latin
Neuling m (-e)
novice, beginner, neophyte, stranger
Neuluthertum  n
 Neo-Lutheranism
neumatisch  
neumatic
Neumen prf
neumatic
neumieren  
to write in neumes, to provide with neumes
Neumond m
new moon
neun
nine
neunjährig  
nine-year-old
neunmal  
nine times
neunt
ninth
Neunvierteltakt m
nine-four time
neunzig  
ninety
Neuordnung f
reorganization
Neuorientierung f
reorientation, rethinking
Neuphilolog  m
 modern-language specialist
Neuphilologie f
(study of) modern languages
Neuplatoniker m (-)
Neo-Platonist
Neuplatonismus  m
 Neo-Platonism
Neupositivismus m
neopositivism
Neuregelung f (-en)
revision, reform, new regulation
Neuromantik f
Neo-Romanticism
Neuromantiker m (-)
Neo-Romantic
Neurosis f
neurosis
Neurotiker m (-)
neurotic
neurotisch  
neurotic
Neusprachler m (-)
modern linguist
neusprachlich  
modern-language
neutestamentarisch  
New Testament
Neutestamentler m (-)
New Testament scholar
neutestamentlich
(of/belonging to the) New Testament
Neuthomismus m
Neo-Thomism
neutr. abr
neutral; neutralisieren; neutralisiert; neutralistisch
Neutr. abr
Neutrale(r); Neutralismus; Neutrum
neutral  
neutral, impartial
Neutralisation f
neutralization
neutralisieren  
to neutralize
Neutralisierung f
neutralization
Neutralität f
neutrality
neuvermählt  
newly married
neuvertonen sep
to reset
neuz. abr
neuzeitlich
Neuzeit f
modern age or times
neuzeitfeindlich  
antimodernist
neuzeitlich  
modern
nf. abr
nachfolgend
Nf. abr
Nachfolge; Nachfolger(in); Nachfolgeschaft; Nachforschung(en)
n.F. abr
neue Fassung; neue Folge
n.f. abr
neue Fassung; neue Folge
NGEMA abbr
Neuere Geschichte der evangelischen Missionsanstalten zur Bekehrung der Heiden in Ostindien. Halle
ngr. abr
neugriechisch
NGWR abbr
Nach Gottes Wort reformiert. Neukirchen
NHB abbr
Neue Herder Bibliothek. Freiburg, Breisgau
nhbr. abr
neuhebräisch
nhd. abr
neuhochdeutsch
nhebr. abr
neuhebräisch
Nibelungensage f
legend of the Nibelungs
NIC abbr
New International Commentary on the New Testament. Grand Rapids. Michigan
nicht
not; n. mehr -- no longer, not any longer; auch n. -- nor, not either; noch n. -- not yet
Nichtachtung f
disrespect; slight; disregard
Nichtarier m (-)
non-aryan, or arian
nichtarisch  
non-Aryan, or Arian
Nichtbeachtung f
disregard; (of); nonobservance, failure to observe or respond
Nichtchrist m (-en)
non-Christian
nichtchristlich  
non-Christian; infidel
nichtdeutsch adj
non-German
Nichtdeutsche f, m (-n)
non-German (male or female)
Nichtduldung f
intolerance
Nichteinmischung f
nonintervention; noninterference
Nichteinmischungspakt m
nonintervention pact
Nichteinmischungspolitik f
nonintervention policy or policy on nonintervention
nichten vr
to nichten, nihilate (Heidegger)
Nichtexistenz f
non-existence
nicht-extensional adj
non-extensional
Nicht-Gott m
no god
Nichtgrieche m (-n)
barbarian
Nicht-Ich n
Phil: non-ego, not-self; object, world of objective reality
nichtidentisch adj
non-identical
Nichtidentität f
non-identity
nichtig  
null; vile (body); void, invalid; futile; vain, hollow; idle, empty; transitory, perishable
Nichtigkeit f
vanity; futility; nothingness; pettiness; voidness; invalidity; nullity (Heidegger)
nicht-kognitivistisch adj
non-cognitivist(ic)
nichts
nothing; not...anything; n. als -- nothing but; n. anders -- nothing els; n. weiter - nothing else
Nichts n
Nothing, nothingness; non-being; the naught
nichtseiend adj
non-existent
Nichtseiende n
the non-existent; the non-being
Nichtsein n
non(-)existence, non-being
nichtsinnlich adj
nonsensible; n. Anschauung - nonsensible intuition
Nichtsnutz m
good-for-nothing
nichtsnutzig  
good-for-nothing, worthless, careless
Nichtstun n
idleness, inactivity
nichtswürdig  
worthless mean, base; contemptible; vile, evil
nichttonal  
non-tonal
nichtverbal adj
non-verbal
Nicht-Volk n
not a people
Nichtvorhandensein n
Phil: absence, lack; non(-)existence; unavailability
nichtwesentlich  
nonessential
Nichtwissen n
ignorance; nescience
Nichtwisser m (-)
ignoramus
Nichtwollen n
non-volition
Nichtzweifeln n
not doubting, not having any doubts; Glaube ist Nichtzweifeln - (an...), faith is being certain (of...)
nicken  
to nod; to snooze
nie adv
never, at no time
nieder adj, adv, sep pref
low; mean, base; inferior; down;
niederbeugen vr sep
to bend down, bow
niederbrennen vi sep
to burn, burn down, burn to the ground
niederbücken vr sep
to bow down; to stoop; to grovel
Niederdeuteche m (-n)
Low German
niederdeutsch  
Low German
Niederdeutschland n
North Germany
niederdrücken  
to press down, to depress, to weigh down, to oppress
niederfahren vi sep
to descend, come down
Niederfahrt f
descent
niederfallen vi sep
to fall down; to settle
Niedergang m
downfall, decline; setting (of the sun); N. der Moral - moral decadence, decline of morality; N. des Menschen - man's downfall
niedergehen vi sep
to come down, fall; to burst, break; to decline
niedergeschlagen pp
 dejected; depressed, low-spirited, cast-down
Niedergeschlagenheit f
depression; dejection, low spirits
niederhalten  
to hold down, to contain, to suppress
niederkauern vr sep
to crouch down
niederknien vr sep
to kneel down
Niederkunft f (-en, -"e)
delivery, confinement
Niederl. abr
Niederlage; Niederlande; Niederländer
Niederlage f (-n)
defeat; failure
Niederlande f
the Netherlands
Niederländer m (-)
Dutchman, Netherlander
niederländisch  
Netherlandish
niederlassen vi sep
to let down, to lower; to sit down; to settle; to establish oneself, to alight
Niederlassung f (-en)
settlement
niederlegen vr sep
to lay or put down; to deposit; to store; to resign, abdicate; to lie down, go to bed
niedermachen vr sep
to butcher, slaughter, massacre, kill
niederreißen vi sep
to demolish, tear down
Niedersachse m (-n)
Lower Saxon
Niedersachsen n
Lower Saxony
niedersächsisch  
Lower Saxon, Low Saxon
Niederschlag m (-"e)
rainfall, deposit; fallout; Mus: downbeat
Niederschrift f (-en)
written copy; notes
niederscreiben vi sep
to write down; to record, register
niedersetzen vr sep
to set or put down; to deposit; to sit down
niedersinken vi sep
to fall, sink down; to sink to the ground
niedersteigen vi sep
to step down; to descend
niederstoßen vi sep
to push down, strike down; to swoop down
niederstürzen vr sep
to fall down; brought to their knees
Niedertracht f
meanness, baseness
niederträchtig  
low; base, mean, vile
Niederträchtigkeit f
base act, vile action
niedertreten vi sep
to tread down; to tread upon; to wear down
niederwerfen vi sep
to throw down; to put down; to suppress; to overcome; to crush (rising); to prostrate oneself
Niederwerfung f
suppression
niedrig adj
low; lowly; humble; inferior; obscure; mean; vulgar
Niedrigkeit f
lowness, lowliness; baseness
niemals adv
never, at no time
niemand pron
nobody, no one
Niemand m
the nobody (Heidegger)
Niemandsland n
no man´s land
Niere f (-n)
kidney, (pl) loins
Nierenfett n
kidney fat
niesen  
to sneeze
Nietzscheanismus m
Nietzscheanism
nihil. abr
nihilistisch
Nihil. abr
Nihilismus; Nihilist
nihil
Lat: nothing; nothingness
Nihilismus m
nihilism
Nihilist m (-en)
nihilist
nihilistisch  
nihilistic(ally)
nihilum
Lat: nothing
Nikodemus m
Nicodemus
Nikodemusevangelium n
the Gospel of Nicodemus
Nikolait m (-en)
Nicolaitan
Nikolaus m
Nicholas; Sankt Nikolaus, Saint Nicholas, Santa Claus
Nikolaustag m
Nicholas' Day
Nil m
Nile
Nilkrokodil n (-e)
Nile crocodile
Nilpferd n (-e)
hippopotamus
Niltal n
Nile Valley
Nimbus m (-se, -bus)
nimbus; halo, glory; reputation, prestige, aura, respect, solemnity
Nimbuswolke f
nimbus (cloud)
nimmer  
never, nevermore, at no time, no more, no longer
nimmermehr  
nevermore, never; not at all
Nimrod m
Nimrod
Ninive n
Nineveh
Ninivit m (-en)
Ninevite
ninivitisch  
Ninevitish, Ninevite
nirg. abr
nirgends
nirgends  
nowhere, not anywhere
Nirwana n
Nirvana
Nische f (-n)
niche
nischenartig  
niche-like
nisten
to nest, to build a nest
Niveau n (-s)
level, standard
Nizäa n
das Konzil von N. - the Council of Nicea
nizäisch  
Nicene; nizäisches or nizänisches Glaubensbekenntnis - Nicene Creed
nizänisch  
Nicene; nizäisches or nizänisches Glaubensbekenntnis - Nicene Creed
nJ. abr
nächsten Jahres
n.J. abr
nächsten Jahres
NK abbr
Neue Kirche. Zürich
nl. abr
neulateinisch
NLA abbr
Nachrichten der Luther-Akademie (in Sonderhausen). Göttingen
NLADDR abbr
Nachrichten der Lutherakademie in der DDR (östliches Kirchengebiet). – Sonderhausen, Greifswald
nlat. abr
neulateinisch
NLT abbr
Neuland in der Theologie. Zürich
Nm. abr
Numeri - Numbers
Nm abr
Numeri - Numbers
NNTB abbr
Nachrichten von den neuesten theologischen Büchern und Schriften. Jena
No. abr
Numero
noachidisch adj
Noahic; die noachidischen, noachischen Gebote - the Noahic laws, the Noahic precepts
noachisch adj
Noahic; die noachidischen, noachischen Gebote - the Noahic laws, the Noahic precepts  
Noah m
Noah; die Arche Noahs - Noah's ark
nobel  
noble, aristocratic
Nobelpreis m
Nobel prize
noch
yet; still; besides; further; in addition; n. einmal -- once more/again; n. dazu - in addition; n. immer -- still; n. mehr -- even more; n. nicht -- not yet
nochmals
once more; again
noch nicht  
not yet
noch nie  
never yet, never before, never
Nocturn f
Nocturns
Nocturne n, f (-s)
nocturne
Nocturno m (-s)
nocturne
NOEB abbr
Neue orientalische und exegetische Bibliothek. Göttingen
Noema n
noema, intentional object of thinking
Noematik f
noematics
Noesis f
noesis, intentional act of thinking
Noetik f
noetics
noetisch adj
noetic
Nokturn f (-en)
nocturn
nom. abr
Lat: nomen  Name; nominell; nominieren; nominiert
Nom. abr
 Nomade(n); Nominativ
Nomade m (-n)
nomad
Nomadengesellschaft f
nomadic society
nomadenhaft
nomadic
Nomadenleben n
nomadic life
Nomadenvolk n (-"er)
nomads, nomadic people or tribe
nomadisch  
nomadic
Nomadismus m
nomadism
Nomen n (-mina)
noun, substantive
Nomenkl. abr
Nomenklatur
Nomenklatur f
nomenclature
Nomenklatura f
nomenclatura
Nomin. abr
Nominativ
nomina Dei
Lat: names of God
nominal  
nominal
Nominalausdruck m (-"e)
noun phrase, noun or name expression
Nominaldefinition f (-"en)
nominal definition
Nominalismus m
nominalism
nominalistisch adj
nominalist(ic) (theory of language, etc)
Nomination f (-en)
nomination, appointment (of bishop)
Nominativ m (-e)
nominative (case)
Nominator m
nominator
Nomismus m
nomism
Nomokanon m
(in the Eastern Church) nomocanon
Nomos  m
 Gr: nomos; law, rule; convention, custom
Nom.satz abr
Nominalsatz
Non-Objectivismus m
Non-Objectivism; Constructivism
None f
Mus: ninth
non-ens
Lat, Phil: nothing; nonbeing
nonkausal adj
non-casual
Nonkonformismus m
nonconformity
Nonkonformist m (-en)
dissenter, nonconformist
nonkonformistisch  
nonconformist
Nonne f (-n)
nun
Nonnenchor m (-"e)
nun's gallery; choir of nuns
Nonnenkloster n (-")
cloister; convent; nunnery
Nonnenorden m
order of nuns
Nonnenschleier  
veil
Nonnenweihe f
taking the veil
Nonsens m
nonsense
nord. abr
nordisch
Nord m
north
Nordamerika n
North America
Nordamerikaner m (-)
North American
nordamerikanisch  
North American
norddeutsch  
North German
Norddeutschland n
North Germany
Nordecke f
the northern end, northward
Nordegermanen  
North Germanic tribes
Norden m
north; nach N. - to the north, in a northerly direction
Nordeuropa n
Northern Europe
nordgermanisch  
North Germanic
Nordgrenze f
the northern boundary
Nordhang m
the northern slope
nördlich  
northern, northerly, arctic; north, northward
Nordost m
tempestuous wind, Euroclydon
Nordseite f
north side
Nordtor n
north gate
nordwärts  
northward(s), toward the north, (to the) north
Nordwest m
northwest
Nordwind m
north(erly) wind
Norm f (-en)
rule, standard; norm; criterion; model
norm. abr
normal; normalerweise; normalisieren; normativ; normieren;  normiert
normalisieren  
to normalize; to return to normal(cy)
Normalsprache f
ordinary language
Normalton m
standard pitch
Normalzustand m
normal condition, normal state, normality
norma normata
Lat: standardized norm
normativ adj
normative; evaluative; n. Begründung - normative justification; n. Sollen - normative ought
Normativismus m
normativism
Normenbildung f
norm formation
Normlosigkeit f
normlessnes
Not f (-"e)
need; want; necessity; trouble, difficulty; peril; danger, emergency;
Not. abr
Notiz(en)
notae ecclesiae
Lat: marks of the church
Notation f
notation
Notausg. abr
Notausgabe
Notbedarf m
essential requirements
Notbehelf m
stopgap, makeshift
Notdurft f
necessaries, necessity; (pressing) need; want
notdürftig adj
makeshift; scanty; needy, indigent
Notdürftigkeit f
indigence, want
Note f (-n)
note; character; grade
Notendruck m (-e)
music(al) printing; musical typography
Notenfahne f (-n)
note flager tail; note hook
Notenlesen n
reading of notes; reading of music, music-reading
Notenstecher m (-)
music engraver
Notenstich m
music engraving
Notenwert m (-e)
note value
Notgesetz n (-e)
provisional or emergency decree or law
Nothelfer m
helper in time of need or distress; one of fourteen catholic saints, holy helper
Nothilfe f
first aid, emergency aid, emergency relief
notianal adj
notional
notieren  
to notate
nötig
necessary; needed; required
nötigen  
to necessitate; to oblige; to force; to coerce; to compel; to urge; to press
Nötigung f
coercion
Notion f
notion
notiones communes
Lat: (pl) common notions, general terms
notitia
Lat: knowledge
notitia Dei acquisita
Lat: aquired knowledge of God
notitia Dei insita
Lat: implanted knowledge of God
notitia historica
Lat: historical knowledge of or in
Notjahr n (-e)
year of scarcity
Notlage f
plight; difficult or precarious position
notleidend  
needy, poor; suffering; distressed
Notleidende m (-n)
person in want or need
Notleidenden  
the poor, the needy
Notlüge f (-n)
white lie
Notmaßnahme f (-n)
emergency measure
Notopfer n
emergency contribution, emergency levy
Notschrei m
cry of distress
Notstand m
emergency, emergency situation
Nottaufe f
emergency baptism, (baptism by a layman in case of emergency)
nottaufen  
to baptize (dying person, etc.) in case of emergency by a layman
Notturno n
nocturne, notturno
notwendig adj, adv
necessary; essential; urgent; required; unavoidable; inevitable
Notwendigkeit f
necessity; need, needfulness; urgency; zufällige N. - contingent necessity
Notwendigkeitslehre f
necessitarianism
Notzucht f
rape
noumenal adj
noumenal
Noumenon n
noumenon
Nov. abr
Novelle; Novellist; November; Novize; Noviziat
Novelle f (-n)
novella
Novellist m (-en)
writer of novellas
Novene f (-n)
novena
Novize m (-en)
novice
Novizenmeister m (-)
master of the novices
Noviziat n (-e)
novitiate
Novizin f (-nen)
novice
Novum Testamentum n
Lat: New Testament
Nr. abr
Number - number, no.
nr. abr
Number - number, no.
n. R. abr
neue Reihe
N.R. abr
neue Reihe
Nrn. abr
Nummern
n. S. abr
neue Serie
NS abr
neue Serie
N.S. abr
neue Serie
NS-Zeit f
Nazi period (1933-45)
NSGTK abbr
Neue Studien zur Geschichte der Theologie und Kirche. Berlin
NSHE abbr
New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. New York
NSPR abbr
New Studies in the Philosophy of Religion. London
n-stellig adj
n-place, n-ary
N.T.
Neues Testament - New Testament
NT abbr
Neues Testament - New Testament; Novum Testamentum. An International Quarterly for New Testament and Related Studies. Leiden
nt. abr
neutestamentlich
NTA abbr
Neutestamentliche Abhandlungen. Münster
NTAb abbr
New Testament Abstracts. Weston, Mass.
NTA.E abbr
Neutestamentliche Abhandlungen. - Ergänzungsband. Münster
NTApo abbr
Neutestamentliche Apokryphen in deutscher Übersetzung. Edgar Hennecke, et al., eds. Tübingen
NTC abbr
New Testament Commentary Based on the R.S.V. G.C.D. Howles, et al., eds. London
NTCom abbr
New Testament Commentaries. Henry Chadwick, ed. London
NTD abbr
Das Neue Testament Deutsch. Göttingen
NTF abbr
Neutestamentliche Forschung. Gütersloh
NTG abbr
Neue theologische Grundrisse. Tübingen
ntl. abr
neutestamentlich - (of the) New Testament
ntlich abr
neutestamentlich
ntr. abr
neutral
Ntr. abr
Nachtrag; Nachträge; Neutrum
NT.S abbr
Novum Testamentum. An International Quarterly for New Testament and Related Studies. - Suppliment. Leiden
NTS abbr
New Testament Studies. An International Journal. Cambridge. London, u.a.
NTS(W) abbr
New Testament Studies. Catholic University of Amerca. Washington, D.C.
NTTS abbr
New Testament Tools and Studies. Leiden
Nuance f (-n)
shade, nuance, subtle distinction
nuancenreich  
rich in nuance; finely nuanced
nuanciert pr p
nuanced
Nubien n
Nubia
Nubier m (-)
Nubian
nubisch  
Nubian
nüchtern  
(on an) empty (stomach), sober, temperate, moderate, calm; reasonable, sensible; flat, dry, dull, prosaic
Nüchternheit f
fasting; sobriety; quietness, sedateness; barrenness, seriousness; dullness
nuklear adj
nuclear
null  
nought, zero
Null f (-en)
nought, zero, null
num. abr
numerieren; numeriert; numerisch
Num. abr
Nummeri; Numerierung; Numerus; Numismatik
Numen n, abbr
numen; abbr: Numen. International Review for the History of Religion. Leiden
numen
Lat: a divine presence, a presend or presiding deity; a divine spirit
Numeri  
Numbers
numerieren  vr
to number
Numinose n
the numinous; the noumenal
Numismatik f
numismatics
Nummer f (-n)
number
nun
now; von n. an - from now on, henceforth; n. erst - only now; conj now that, since; fl part now (than); well
nunmehr adv, conj
now, by this time; from now on, henceforth; at this stage
Nuntiatur f (-en)
nunciature
Nuntius m (-tien)
nuncio; päpstlicher N. - papal legate
nunus Christi
Lat: the office of Christi
Nuppe f (-n)
knob handle
nur
only; solely, alone; merely; except; just, possibly; conj (nothing) but; however; only
Nus n
intellect, nous, mind
Nüster n (-)
nostril
Nuß f (-"sse)
nut
Nußgarten m
grove of nut trees
Nutz m
use, benefit; advantage, profit, yield
Nutzen m
use, benefit; advantage, profit, yield
nutzen  vr
to be of use, be useful; to be of help, be helpful; to be profitable; to be of value; to use, to make use of
nützen  vr
to be of use, be useful; to be of help, be helpful; to be profitable; to be of value; to use, to make use of
nützlich  adj
useful, of use; serviceable; profitable, advantageous, conductive
Nützlichkeit f
utility, usefulness; advantage; profitableness
Nützlichkeitslehre f
utilitarianism
Nützlichkeitsphilosophie f
utilitarianism
Nützlichkeitsprinzip n (-e)
utilitarianism
Nützlichkeitsrücksichten f
considerations of utility, practical considerations
Nützlichkeitsstandpunkt m
utilitarianism, utilitarian viewpoint
Nützlichkeitssystem n
utilitarianism
nutzlos  
useless(ly), futile; unnecessarily
Nutzlosigkeit f
uselessness, futility
n.u.Z. abr
nach unserer Zeitrechnung
n-wertig adj
n-valued, n-order
NWT abbr
Naturwissenschaft und Theologie. München
n.Z. abr
 nach der Zeitenwende; nach der Zeitrechnung; nach unserer Zeit (A.D.)
NZfM abbr
Neue Zeitschrift für Musik. Leipzig
nzl. abr
neuzeitlich
NZM abbr
Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft. Beckenried
NZSTh abbr
Neue Zeitschrift für systematiche Theologie (und Religionsphilosophie). Berlin
n.Zw. abr
nach der Zeitenwende