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o. abr
oben; oberhalb; offen; ohne; oder; ordentlich
O.-Ausg. abr
Originalausgabe
o.a. abr
oben angeführt; oben angegeben; oder andere(s)
o.A. abr
ohne Angabe(n)
o.Abb. abr
ohne Abbildung(en)
o.äg. abr
oberägyptisch
oakelhaft adj
oracular
Oase f (-n)
oasis
ob conj, prep
1. conj  if, whether;  - 2. prep archaic: above, over (with gen or dat); on account of (with dat)
ob. abr
 oben, oberer, oberhalb
Obad. abr
Obadja, Abdias  - Obadiah
Obadja m
Obadiah
Obd abr
Obadja, Abdias - Obadiah
Obd. abr
Obadja; Oberdeutsche
Obdach n
shelter; lodging
obdachlos adj
homeless
obedientia
Lat: obedience; o. Christi - obedience of Christ;
Obedienz f
obedience
Obelisk m (-en)
obelisk
obelisk m (-oi)
obelos
oben adv
above; on the surface; aloft, on high; nach o. - up, upwards; at the top
obenan adv
at the top; in the first place
obenauf adv
on top, uppermost
obendrauf adv
on top
obendrüber adv
above
obenhin adv
superficially, casually, without care; to the top; sie füllten sie bis o. - they filled them to the brim
Oberbau m (-ten)
superstructure
oberbayerisch adj
Upper Bavarian
Oberbefehl m (-e)
supreme command
Oberbegriff
Phil: generic term
Oberbürgermeister  
Lord Major, Major
obere adj
upper, top, higher, superior
Oberer m (-n)
superior, leader
oberer adj
upper, top, higher, superior
oberes adj
upper, top, higher, superior
Oberfläche f (-n)
(upper) surface; (fig) an der O. - superficial (discussion,etc); wieder an die O. kommen - resurface, reappear
Oberflächen-und Zeichenwelt f
surface- and sign-world
Oberflächenbearbeitung f (-en)
working or processing of the surface
Oberflächenbehandlung f (-en)
polishing
Oberflächengrammatik f
surface grammar
Oberflächenintegral n
surface integral
Oberflächenstruktur f
Ling: surface structure
oberflächlich adj, adv
superficial(ly); cursory, cursorily
oberfränkisch adj
Upper Franconian
Obergemach n (-"er)
upstairs room
Obergeschoß n (-osse)
upper floor
Obergewalt f
supreme authority or power; supremacy, sovereignty
Obergewand n (-"er)
outer or over garment
oberhalb adv, prep
above; higher up
Oberhand f
back of the hand, wrist; upper hand, ascendancy
Oberhaupt n (-"er)
leader, head, chief
Oberhauptmann m (-"er)
captain
Oberhaus n
the English upper house, the House of Lords
Oberherr m (-en)
supreme lord, sovereign, prince of the Gentiles
oberherrlich adj
sovereign
Oberherrschaft f
sovereignty, supremacy, overlordship
Oberhirte m
bishop, pope
Oberhofmeister m (-)
high official
Oberhoheit f
sovereignty
Oberin f (-nen)
Mother Superior; hospital matron
Oberkirchenrat m (-"e)
High Consistory (Protestant); member of a High Consistory
Oberklasse f (-n)
upper class (of a society)
Oberkleid n (-er)
outer garment
Oberkommando n
supreme command
Obermacht f
supreme authority; superiority, ascendancy
Oberpfarrer m (-)
rector, chief pastor
Oberprämisse f
major premise
Oberpriester m (-)
high priest
oberpriesterlich  adj
pontifical
Oberpriestertum n
pontificate
obersächsisch adj
Upper Saxon
Obersatz m
upper part of the waist (of a bell); Phil: major premise
Oberschicht f (-en)
upper class, high society, upper stratum; Archaeol: superstatum
Oberschwelle f (-n)
top of the door frame, lintel; top of the window
Oberst m (-en)
commander, colonel
Oberster m (-n)
chief, boss, head, ruler, captain
Oberstimme f (-n)
Mus: upper part, highest part, top part
Oberton m (-"e)
harmonic; overtone; phonischer O. - phonic overtone
obertonhaltig  adj
rich in overtones or harmonics
ÖBFZPhTh abbr
Ökumenische Beihefte zur Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie. Freiburg, Schweiz
obgl. abr
obgleich
obgleich conj
though, although
Obhut f
care, charge, protection, guardianship
obiectum
Lat: object; o. electionis - object of election; o. fidei - object of faith; o. theologiae - object of theology
obig adj
above, above-mentioned
obj. abr
objektiv
Objekt n (-e)
object; thing; O. an sich - object in itself (Kant)
Objekt-Subjekt-Spaltung f
Subjekt-Objekt-Spaltung
Objektanalyse f
object analysis
Objektbewußtsein n
object consciousness
Objektbeziehung f
object relation
Objektfall m (-"e)
object case
Objektfeld n
array or field of objects, objectfield
objektiv  adj
objective; o. Eigenschaft - objective property; o. Erkenntnis - objective knowledge; o. Folge - objective succession; o. Zweckmäßigkeit - objective finality (Kant); o. Zweck - objective end
Objektivation f (-en)
aesthetic objectification, objectivation, objectivization
Objektivierbarkeit f
objectifiability, capability of being measured and/or observed
objektivieren  
to objectify
Objektivierung f
objectification, objectivization
Objektivismus m
objectivism
Objektivität f
objectivity
Objektivitätsanspruch m
claim to objectivity
Objektivitätsforderung f
requirement of objectivity, objectivity requirement
Objektivitätsprinzip n
principle of objectivity
Objektkonstanz f
object constancy
Objektkunst f
object art
objektorientiert  
object-oriented
Objektsakkusativ m (-e)
accusative of the object
Objektsatz m (-"e)
object clause
Objektsein n
being-an-object (Jaspers)
Objektspaltung f
splitting of the object
Objektsprache f
object language
Objektsprädikat n (-e)
predicate infinitive
Objektstatus m
object status
Objekttriebe  
(pl) object-instincts (Freud)
Objektwahl f
object-choice
Objektwahrnehmung f
object-choice
Oblate f (-n)
consecrated wafer; host
Oblation f (-en)
oblation
obliegen vi
to be incumbent on , to be one's duty (to), to have the task of; to apply oneself to , to be devoted to ; to prevail over
obligatorisch  adj
obligatory; compulsory; mandatory; of obligation
Oboe f
oboe; hautboys (organ)
oboedientia
Lat: obedience
Obrigkeit f (-en)
government; ruling body; authorities; magistrate 
obrigkeitlich adj
authoritarian; governmental; official
Obrigkeitsdenken n
authority-oriented mentality
obrigkeitsgläubig adj
having an unquestioning faith in authority
obrigkeitshörig adj
subservient to authority
Obrigkeitsstaat m (-en)
authoritarian state
obs. abr
obskur; obsolet
obschon conj
even though, (al)though
Observant m (-en)
Observant
Observanz f (-en)
observance; conformance; usage, convention, custom; rule; established or customary right
Observation f
observation
Observationsprädikat n (-e)
observation(al) predicates
Observatorium n (-rien)
oberservatory
obsiegen  
to overcome
obskur adj
obscure
Obskurantismus m
obscurantism
Obskurität f (-en)
obscurity
obsolet adj
obsolete
Obst n (-arten)
fruit
Obstbaum m (-n)
fruit tree
Obsternte f (-n)
fruit harvest, fruit picking, fruit crop
obszön
obscene; o. Wörter - four-letter words
Öbszöne n
the obscene
Obszönität f (en)
obscenity
Obversion f
obversion
obwalten  
exist; prevail, dominate, rule (over)
obwohl conj
though, although
obzwar conj
though, although
o.c. abr
Lat: opere citato  im angegebenen Werk
ÖC abbr
Das östliche Christentum. Würzburg
O.C.A.C. abr
 Lat: Ordo Carmelitae Antiquae Observantiae  Orden der Beschuhten Karmeliten/Karmelitinnen
OCAC abr
 Lat: Ordo Carmelitae Antiquae Observantiae  Orden der Beschuhten Karmeliten/Karmelitinnen
O.Cap. abr
Lat: ordo Fratrum Minorum Capucinorum  Orden der Kapuziner
O.Carm. abr
Lat: Ordo Fratrum Beatae Mariae Virginis de Monte Carmelo  Orden der Beschuhten Karmeliten/Karmelitinnen
O.Carm.Discsc. abr
 Lat: Ordo Fratrum Carmelitarum Discalceatorum  Orden der Unbeschuhten Karmeliten/Karmelitinnen
O.Cart. abr
Lat: Ordo Cart(h)usiensis  Orden der Kartäuser
O.Carth. abr
Lat: Ordo Cart(h)usiensis  Orden der Kartäuser
O.C.C. abr
Lat: ordo Carmelitae Calceati  Orden der Beschuhten Karmeliten
OCC abr
Lat: ordo Carmelitae Calceati  Orden der Beschuhten Karmeliten
Occamismus m
Ockhamism
Occasionalismus m
occasionalism
Occident m
occident
Ochlokratie f
ochlocracy (Aristotle)
Ochse m (-n)
ox, bull, bullock
Ochsenstecken m (-)
ox goad
O.Cist.Ref. abr
Lat: Ordo Cisterciensium Reformatorum sive Strictioris Observantiae  Orden der Reformierten Zisternzienser; Trappisten
Ockham m
Wilhelm von O. - William Ockhav or Occam; Ockhams Parsimoniegesetz - Ockham's principle of parsimony
Ockhamismus m
Ockhamism
O.Conv. abr
 Lat: Ordo Fratrum Minorum Conventualium  Orden der Franziskanerminoriten;  Konventuale
O.C.R. abr
Lat: Ordo Cisterciensium Reformatorum sive Strictioris Obsevantiae  Orden der Freformierten Zisterziienser; Trappisten
OCR abr
Lat: Ordo Cisterciensium Reformatorum sive Strictioris Obsevantiae  Orden der Freformierten Zisterziienser; Trappisten
O.C.S.O. abr
Lat: Ordo Cisterciensium Reformatorum sive Strictioris Observantiae  Orden der Reformierten Zisterzienser; Trappisten
OCSO abr
Lat: Ordo Cisterciensium Reformatorum sive Strictioris Observantiae  Orden der Reformierten Zisterzienser; Trappisten
o.D. abr
ohne Datum
öd adj
waste, empty; bare, desolate, deserted; tedious; dull, dreary, bleak
OD abbr
Opus Dei. Revista Liturgica Mensual. Praga
ÖD abbr
Ökumenische Diskussion. Ökumenischer Rat der Kirche. Geneva
ODCC abbr
Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. F. Cross, et al., eds. Oxford
Ode f (-n)
ode
Öde f (-n)
desert; solitude; waste
Odem m
poetic for Atem - breath; inspiration
oder conj
or; otherwise; entweder ... oder - either ...or
o.desgl. abr
oder desgleichen
ödipale Phase f
Oedipal stage
Ödipuskomplex m
Oedipus complex (Freud)
Ödipuskonflikt m
Oedipus conflict (Freud)
Ödipusphase f
Oedipal stage
odium  n
 Lat: odium
o.e. abr
oben erwähnt.
ÖE abbr
Ökumenische Einheit. München
OEA abr
Original-Erstausgabe
OeP abbr
Oekumenischer Pressedienst. Oekumenischer Rat der Kirche. Geneva
Oesenhenkel m (-)
pierced handle; perforated handle
o.F. abr
ohne Faktur; ohne Fehler; ohne Fortsetzung
ÖF abbr
Ökumenische Forschungen. Freiburg, Breisgau
Ofenturm m
the Tower of the Ovens (Nehemiah)
öff. abr
öffentlich
Off. abr
Offenbarung des Johannes
Offb abr
Offenbarung, Apokalypse - Revelation
offen adj
open; free, vacant; bare; public; frank, outspoken, candid; sincere, open; clear;
Offenb. abr
Offenbarung, Apokalypse - Revelation
offenbar adj, adv
appar­ently, obvious(ly); evident(ly); plain; manifest; revealed
Offenbare n
Offenbare
offenbaren
to reveal, disclose; to manifest; to proclaim; discover
Offenbarung f (-en)
revelation; manifestation; disclosure
Offenbarungsansprugh m (-"e)
claim to be revealed
Offenbarungseid m
oath of manifestation, pauper's oath
Offenbarungsereignis n (-se)
revelation event
Offenbarungserlebnis n (-sse)
revelation experience
Offenbarungsgeschichte f
revelation history
Offenbarungsglaube m
belief in a revealed religion, revealed belief or faith
Offenbarungsgottheit f (-en)
divine Revealer
Offenbarungsinhalt m
content(s) of a revelation
Offenbarungslehre f
doctrine of a revelation
offenbarungslos adj
without revelation
Offenbarungsmoment m (-e)
point of revelation
Offenbarungsquelle f (-n)
source of revelation
Offenbarungsreligion f (-en)
revealed religion
Offenbarungstheologie f
revelation theology
Offenbarungsverständnis n
understanding of revelation; concept of revelation
Offenbarungsvorstellung f (-en)
concept of revelation
Offenbarwerden n
revelation
Offenfeuerofen m (-")
open fire kiln
offenhalten vi sep
to hold or keep open; to leave open; to hold something in reserve
Offenheit f
frankness, candor
offenherzig adj
open-hearted; frank, candid; outspoken
Offenherzigkeit f
openness; openheartedness; frankness; candor
offenkundig  
obvious, evident
offensichtlich adj, adv
evident(ly), apparent(ly); obvious­(ly), clear(ly)
offensiv adj
offensive
Offensive f (-n)
offensive
Offenständigkeit f
open-character
offenstehen vi sep
to stand open; to be open; to be due
öffentlich adj, adv
public(ly), open(ly)
Öffentlichkeit f
the public; (the) public sphere; publicity
Öffentlichkeitsarbeit f
public relations work
Offertorium n (-nen)
offertory, offertorium
Officium n (-cia)
office; Rom Cath: das O. divinum - the Divine Office
officium
Lat: office; work; o. Christ - work of Christ (not the office of Christ)
offiz. abr
offiziell
Offizial m (-e)
Rom Cath: official, vicar general; Austr: civil servant; official, officer
Offizialat n (-e)
diocesan tribunal
Offiziant m (-en)
civil servant, subordinate, celebrant
offiziell adj, adv
official(ly)
Offizier m (-e)
officer
Offizin f (-en)
printing shop, press
Offizium n (-cia)
office; Divine Office; das O. divinum - the Divine Office
öffnen
to open; to unlock; to unseal; to release; to undo, unbutten; to untie, unfasten
Öffnung f (-en)
opening; gap; whole; mouth (of pot, etc); break; aperture; slit; went
Offs. abr
Offset(druck)
Offsetdruck m (-e)
offset print(ing)
öfftl. abr
öffentlich
oft adv
often, frequently; schon so o. - often enough; supl öfter - on occasion; from time to time
öfter adj, adv
more frequently; more often
oftmals adv
often, frequent(ly), repeatedly
o.g. abr
oben genannt
OGIS abbr
Orientis Graeci Inscriptiones Selectae. W. Dittenberger, ed. Leipzig
OH abbr
Orthodoxie heute. Düsseldorf
ohehin adv
anyway, already, as it is; besides, apart from (this)
Oheim d (-e)
uncle
Ohmen n
omen; prophetic sign
ohne prep
without; apart from; except; besides; but for; o. daß - without; o. ... zu (+inf) -  without ... ing
ohneeinander adv
without one another, without each other; apart
ohnehin adv
anyway, as it is, already
Ohnmacht f (-en)
unconsciousness; faint; powerlessness, weakness; impotency, impotence
ohnmächtig adj
swooning, unconscious, faint, weak, helpless, powerless, feeble
Ohr n (-en)
ear; hearing; Archeol: handle
Ohrenbeichte f (-n)
auricular confession
ohrenbetäubend adj
deafening
Ohrenhenkel m (-)
ear-shaped handle
Ohrenphonetik f
auditory phonetics
Ohrensessel n (-)
wing chair
Ohrenzeuge m (-n)
(ear) witness, auricular witness
Ohrgehänge n (-)
earring; ear pendant
Ohrläppchen n (-)
ear lobe
Ohrring m (-e)
earring
OIC abbr
Oriental Institute Communications. Chicago
OiC abbr
One in Christ. A Catholic Ecumenical Review. London
OIP abbr
Oriental Institute Publications. Chicago
o.J. abr
ohne Jahr(angabe), ohne (Erscheinungs)jahr - without date (of publications)
oJ abr
ohne Jahr(angabe), ohne (Erscheinungs)jahr - without date (of publications)
ök. abr
ökumenisch
ÖKC abbr
Die ökumenischen Konzile der Christenheit. Stuttgart
ÖKG abbr
Ökumenische Kirchengeschichte. Mainz
okk. abr
okkultistisch; okkulpieren
Okkasionalismus m
occasionalism
Okkulte n
the occult
Okkultismus m
occultism
Okkultist f (-en)
occupation, seizure
okkultistisch adj
occultist
Okkupation f (-en)
occupation, seizure
Okkupationstheorie f
occupation theory
Okkurenz f (-en)
occurence
Öko-Ethik f
ecological ethics
Öko-Flüchtling m
eco-refugee, environmental refugee
Ökofeminismus m
ecofeminism
Ökologie f
ecology
Ökologiebewegung f
ecology movement
Ökologiebewußtsein n
environmental
ökologische Tragfähigkeit f
ecological viability, ecological carrying capacity
Ökologismus m
immoderate environmental concern
Ökonomieprinzip n
principle of economy, economy principle
Ökonomik f
economics
Ökonomisierung f
economic universalization
Ökonomismus m
economism
Ökopax m
ecopax - peace with nature
Ökopax-Bewegung f
ecopax movement
Ökopaxifismus m
ecological or environmental pacifism
Ökosophie f
ecosophy
Ökosystem n
ecosystem
Ökosystemforschung n
synecology
Ökotechnik f
ecological technology, ecotechnology
Ökotoxikologie f
eco-toxicology
Ökozentrismus m
ecocentrism
Ökozid m
ecocide
ÖKR abbr
Ökumenische Reihe. Berlin
Oktateuch m
octateuch
oktateuchisch  
of the Octateuch
Oktober m (-)
October
Oktoberrevolution f
the October Revolution
Oktogon n (-e)
octagon, octagonal building
Okuli m
Oculi (Sunday)
ökum. abr
ökumenisch
Ökumene f
ecumenism; ecumenical Christianity; ecumenicalism; ecumenical movement; ecumenicity
ökumenisch adj
ecumenical
Ökumenismus m
ecumenism, ecumenicalism
Okzident m
Occident
okzidentalisch adj
occidental
Öl n (-e)
(olive) oil
Ölbaum m (-"e)
olive tree
Ölbaumholz n
olive wood
Ölberg m
Mount of Olive
Ölbergszene f
Mount of Olives scene
Ölblatt n (-"er)
olive leaf
ölen
to anoint (with oil); to oil
Ölgarten m (-")
olive grove
Ölgefäß n (-e)
oil jar, oil vessel
Ölglas n (-"er)
vial of oil
Ölhorn n (-"er)
horn of oil
Oligarchie f (-n)
oligarchy
Oligopol n
oligopoly
Olive f (-n)
olive
Olivenbaum m (-"e)
olive tree
Olivenöl n
olive oil
Olivenzweig m (-e)
olive twig
Ölkrug m (-"e)
cruse of oil
Ölkuchen m (-)
cake made with oil
Öllampe f (-n)
oil palm
Ölung f
anointing, anointment; oiling; die letzte Ö. - extreme unction
Olymp m
Mt. Olympus
OLZ abbr
Orientalische Literaturzeitschrift. Berlin
Ölzweig m (-e)
olive branch
Omega-Unvollständigkeit f
omega-incompleteness
Omega-Widerspruchsfreiheit f
omega-consistency
Omega-Wiersprüchlichkeit f
omega-inconsistency
Omen n (-)
omen
ominös adj
ominous, threatening, suspicious, shady, dubious
omnipotent adj
omnipotent
omnipotentia
Lat: omnipotence
Omnipotenz f
omnipotence; almightiness; unlimited power
omnipraesentia
Lat: omnipresence; o. generalis - general or generalized omnipresence
omnipräsent adj
omnipresent
Omnipräsenz f
omnipresence
omnisufficientia
Lat: all-sufficiency
Omniszienz f
omniscience
o.N. abr
ohne Nummer
Onanie f
onanism
Onkel m (-)
uncle
ontisch-ontologisch  
ontico-ontological (Heidegger)
Onto-Logik f
onto-logic (Heidegger)
Ontogenese f
ontogenesis, ontogeny
Ontologe m (-n)
ontologist
Ontologie f
ontology; O. des Umfassenden - periechontology, ontology of the encompassing (Jaspers)
ontologisch adj
ontological; o. Festlegung - ontological commitment; ontologischer Gottesbeweis - proof of or argument for existence of God
Ontologismus m
ontologism
Ontosophie f
ontosophy
Ontotheologie f
ontotheology
Onto-Theologie f
onto-theology
ontotheologisch adj
ontotheological (Heidegger)
o.O. abr
ohne Ort(sangabe); ohne (Erscheinungs-) Ort
o.O.u.J. abr
ohne Ort und Jahr (bei Büchern)
Op-art f
op-art
opake adj
opaque
Opakheit f
opacity
opara Dei
Lat: the work of God; o. D. ad extra - the external activity or works of God; o. D. ad intra - the internal activity or works of God; o. D. essentialia - the essential activity or works of God
OPCBRF abbr
Occasional Papers. Christian Bretheren Research Fellowship. Pinner
op.cit. abr
Lat: opere citato  im angegebenen Werk
Oper f (-n)
opera; opera house; opera company
operant adj
operant
Operation f (-en)
operation
operational  adj
 operational
Operationalisierung f
operationalization
Operationalismus m
operationalism, operationism
Operationsforschung f
operations research
Operationsregel f
operational rule
Operator m
operator
Operette f (-len)
operetta, musical comedy
operieren  
to operate, to perform a task
Opfer n (-)
sacrifice; offering; victim; martyr
Opferaltar m (-"e)
sacrificial altar
Opferbegriff m (-e)
sacrifice concept
opferbereit adj
self-sacrificing (person), willing to make sacrifices; unselfish; self-forgetful;
Opferbereitschaft f
willingness or readiness to make sacrifices
Opferbereitung f
preparation of a sacrifice or offering
Opferblut n
sacrificial blood
Opferbrot n
consecrated bread or wafer; showbread (of Mosaic ritual)
Opferbüchse f (-n)
offertory box
Opfercharakter m
character of sacrifice
Opferdiener m (-)
attendant at a sacrifice
Opferdienst m (-e)
worship by sacrifices
Opferfeier f
(celebration of) mass
Opferfeminismus m
victim feminism
Opferfest n (-e)
feast of sacrifice
opferfreudig  adj
 willing to make sacrifices; generous; self sacrificing
opferfreudigkeit adj
eager to make sacrifice; generous, self-sacrificing
Opferfreudigkeit f
willingness to make sacrifices; generosity
Opferfrucht f
fruits of the sacrifice
Opfergabe f (-n)
sacrificial offering
Opfergang m
offertory procession, presentation of the offering; fig: self-sacrifice
Opfergebet n (-e)
offertory
Opfergebrauch m (-"e)
sacrificial rite
Opfergeist m
readiness to make sacrifices; spirit of (self) sacrifice
Opfergeld n (-er)
money offering; offertory
Opfergesang m (-"e)
offertory anthem
Opfergottesdienst m (-e)
offertory (service)
Opfergroschen m (-)
money for the collection
Opferhandlung f (-en)
sacrificial act, act of sacrifice
Opferhaus n (-"er)
temple of sacrifices
Opferherd m (-e)
altar hearth
Opferhöhe f (-n)
high place
Opferkult m (-e)
sacrificial cult
Opferlamm n (-"er)
sacrificial lamb; the Lamb (Jesus); innocent victim
Opferleib m
the sacrificial body of Christ
Opfermahl n
communion
Opfermahlzeit f (-en)
sacrificial feast
Opfermesse f (-n)
holy mass; sacrifice, eucharistic liturgy
Opfermut m
spirit of sacrifice
opfern
to sacrifice; to make an offering; to offer as a sacrifice; to immolate
Opferplatz m (-"e)
offering site
Opferpraxis f (-xen)
sacrificial system
Opferschale f (-n)
patera;  sacrificial dish (for receiving the blood of the sacrifice)
Opferstätte f (-n)
sacrificial site
Opferstein m (-e)
altar stone; sacrificial stone or slab
Opferstock m (-"e)
poor box; collection box
Opferteller m (-)
collection plate, offertory
Opfertier n (-e)
sacrificial animal
Opfertod m
expiatory death (of Christ); (fig.) sacrifice of one's life
Opferung f (-en)
 sacrifice; offering
Opferwein m (-e)
oblation (drink); libation
Opferwilligkeit f
preparation of a sacrifice or offering; readiness to make sacrifices, self-sacrificing devotion
Ophit  m (-n)
ophite, Orphite (worshipper of snakes); serpentine stone, ophite (pl in German: Orphite)
ophitisch adj
ophitic
opinio communis f
Lat: allgemeine Meinung; common opinion
Opium n
opium
Opponent m (-en)
opponent, objector (in disputations)
Opportunismus m
opportunism
Opportunist m (-en)
opportunist
opportunistisch adj
 opportunistic
Opportunität f (-en)
opportunity
opposita
Lat: opposites
Opposition f
opposition
oppresiv adj
oppressive
Oppression f (-en)
oppression
Optimierungsstrategie f
optimization strategy
Optimierungstheorie f
optimization theory
Optimismus m
optimism
Optimist m (-en)
optimist
optimistisch adj
optimistic
optisch adj
optical; optische Täuschung - optical illusion
Opus n (-pera)
work (of art)
Opuszahl f (-en)
opus number
ÖR abbr
Ökumenische Rundschau. Stuttgart
OR abbr
Orientalia. Roma
Or abbr
Orientalia. Roma
Orakel n (-)
oracle
Orakelbuch n (-"er)
book of oracles
orakelhaft  
oracular
Orakelsammlung f (-en)
collection of oracles
Orakelstätte f (-n)
place of an oracle
Orakeltasche f
ephod
Oralität f
orality
Oralphase f
oral stage
oratio
Lat: prayer
Orator m (-en)
orator
oratorisch  
oratorical
Oratorium n (-ien)
oratorio; oratory, small chapel
Orbit m (-s)
orbit
Orchester n (-)
orchestra
orchestral  adj
orchestral
OrChrA abbr
Orientalia Christiana Analecta. Roma
OrChrAn abbr
Orientalia Christiana Analecta. Roma
ord. abr
ordentlich; ordinär; ordinieren; ordiniert
Ord. abr
Orden; Order; Ordinariat; Ordinarius; Ordinate; Ordination; Ordnung; Ordonnanz
Ordal n (-ien)
(judgment by) ordeal
Ordallien (pl)
ordeal (by divine judgement)
Orden m (-)
order; medal, decoration
Ordensband n (-"er)
ribbon of an order; medal ribbon
Ordensbruder m (-")
friar
Ordensburg f (-en)
castle of an order; castle of the Teutonic Order
Ordensfrau f (-en)
nun; (female) member of an order
Ordensgeistliche m (-n)
priest belonging to an order
Ordensgelübde n (-)
monastic vow (ablegen - take)
Ordensgeneral m (-"e)
general of an order
Ordenskleid n (-er)
habit or garb of an order
Ordenskloster n (-")
monastery of an order
Ordensmann m (-leute)
monk; member of an order
Ordensmeister m
master of an order
Ordensmitglied n (-er)
member of a religious order, member of a secular order
Ordensregel f (-n)
rule(s) or statute(s) or monastery of an order
Ordensritter m (-)
knight of an order
Ordensschwester f (-n)
sister, nun
Ordensstaat m (-en)
territory under the rule of the Teutonic Order
Ordenstracht f
habit or garb of an order
Ordensverleihung f (-en)
awarding or conferring of a meal; investiture with a medal or an order
Ordenswesen n
system of (religious) orders
Ordenszeichen n (-)
badge; order
Ordentlichkeit f
orderliness, respectability
ordinal adj
ordinal; o. Nutzen - ordinals; utility
ordinär adj
ordinary, common; vulgar, coarse, low
Ordinariat n (-e)
(full) professorship; university chair; Rom Cath: ordinariate, diocesan authority
Ordinarius m (-rien)
(full) professor; Rom Cath: Ordinary
Ordinarum n
O. Missae - Ordinarium Missae, ordinary of the Mass
Ordination f
ordination; investment
Ordinationsrecht n
right of ordination
ordinieren  
to ordain
Ordnung f (-en)
order, arrangement; rule, regulation; system; classification; series; rank; succession; institution, ordinance; orderliness, order, tidiness
Ordnungsaxiom n
ordering axiom
Ordnungsfaktor m (-en)
source of order
Ordnungsgedanke m (-n)
logical thought
Ordnungsmechanismus m
ordering
Ordnungsprinzip n (-ien)
principle of arrangement
Ordnungsrelation f
order relation
Ordnungsstruktur f
ordering structure
Ordo amoris m
Lat: order of love
ordo causarum et effectuum
Lat: the order of causes and effects
ordo salutis
Lat: oder or way of salvation
Orest  
 Orestes
org. abr
organisatorisch; organisch; organisieren; organisiert
Organ n (-e)
organ; voice; body; institution; authority
organal  adj
organal
Organik f
organics
Organisation f (-en)
organization
Organisationssoziologie f
sociology of organization, organizational sociology
organisatorisch  adj
organizational
organisch adj
organic; organisches Ganzes - organic whole
Organische n
the organic
organisieren  
to organize
Organist m (-en)
organist, organ player
Organizismus m
organicism
Organon n
organon; O. der reinen Vernunft - organon of pure reason (Kant)
Organonmodell der Sprache n
organon model of language
Organum n (-gana)
Mus hist: organum, organ
Orgel f (-n)
 Mus: organ
orgelartig  adj
organ-like
Orgelbalg m
organ bellows
Orgelbau m
organ building
Orgelbauer m (-)
organ builder, maker
Orgelbaumeister m (-)
master organ builder
Orgelchor n
organ loft
Orgelchoral m (-"e)
organ chorale
Orgelempore f (-n)
organ loft
Orgel Kanzone f
organ canzona
Orgelkomponist m (-en)
composer for organ
Orgelkonzert n (-e)
organ recital; concerto for organ
Orgelmesse f (-n)
organ mass
Orgelprospekt m (-e)
organ front show pipes
Orgelpunkt m
pedal point, pedal; in der Mittelstimmen - inner pedal; in der Oberstimme - inverted pedal
Orgelregister n (-)
organ stop, register
Orgelsatz m (-"e)
organ setting, organ writing
Orgelspiel n
organ playing
Orgelspieler n (-)
organist; organ player
Orgelstimme f (-n)
organ part; organ stop
Orgeltrio n (-s)
organ trio
Orgelwerk n (-e)
organ composition, composition for organ
Orient m
Orient; (archaic) East - Middle East; (archaic) Eastern countries - south-western Asia
orient. abr
orientalisch; orientalistisch; orientieren; orientiert
oriental. abr
orientalisch
Orientalin f (-nen)
Oriental woman
orientalisch adj
Oriental; Eastern; cf Orient
orientalisieren  
to orientalize; orientalisierender Stil - orientalizing style
Orientalismus m
Orientalism
Orientalist m (-en)
orientalist
Orientalistik f
oriental studies
Orientation f
orientation (of church, etc.)
orientieren
to orientate, inform; to give direction to; to orient, locate; vrf  to inquire; to inform oneself
Orientierung f (-en)
orientation, direction; information; instruction
Orientierungskrise f (-n)
orientation crisis
Orientierungssystem n
system of knowledge
Orientierungswissen n
orientation knowledge
orig. abr
original; originär; originell
Orig. abr
Original; Originalität
Orig.-Ausg. abr
Originalausgabe
Orig.-Exempl. abr
Originalexemplar
Orig.-Mskr. abr
Originalmanuskript
original adj
original; genuine; initial; inherent, innate
Original n (-e)
original; character, eccentric (person)
Originalausgabe f (-n)
first or original edition
Originaldruck m (-e)
orignal print
Originalfassung f (-en)
original version
Originalgröße f (-n)
original size; actual size
Originalhandschrift f (-en)
autograph, author's own hand
Originalität f
originality; original version; singularity, peculiarity, eccentricity (person, etc)
Originalschrift f (-en)
autograph, author's own hand
Originalsprache f
original language
Originalstimme f
original part
Originalwerk n
original work
originär adj
original, primary, initial; native, inborn (trait, etc.); o. gebende Anschauung - original, primal dator intuition; o. Anschauung - originary, primordial intuition, original view
originell  
original; novel
Origines  
Origen
ORIP abbr
Oriental Research Institute Publications. University of Mysore. Mysore
ornamental  adj
ornamental
ornamentieren  
to ornament
Ornamentierung f
decoration
Ornamentik f
ornamentation
Ornat m (-e)
clerical robe; canonicals or vestments (of a priest, etc); (academic, official) gown or robe
Orphik f
Orphic
Orphile f
Orphism
orphisch  adj
 Orphic; (pertaining to) Orpheus; o. Religion - Orphi religion
Orphismus m
Orphism
ORS abbr
Oriental Religious Series. Culcutta
OrSt(O) abbr
Oriental Studies. Oxford
OrSt(W) abbr
Oriental Studies. Washington, D.C.
Ort m (-), (-"er)
1. (-) place, spot; site; position; point; - 2. (-"er) region; locality
Orteguismus m
Ortegism
orth. abr
orthodox - orthodox; orthographisch
Orth. abr
Orthodoxen; Orthodoxie; Orthographie
orthod. abr
orthodox
orthodox adj
orthodox; (fig) rigid, traditional; orthodoxe Kirche - Orthodox Eastern Church
orthodox-anatolisch adj
Greek Orthodox
Orthodoxie f
orthodoxy; (fig) rigidness, traditionalistic
Orthoepie f
orthoepy
Orthogenese f
orthogenesis
orthogonal  adj
orthographic; orthogonal
Orthographie f (-n)
orthography
orthographisch  adj
orthographic
Orthopraxie f
orthopraxy
orthos logos  
Lat: right reason
OrthRd abbr
Orthodoxe Rundschau. Wilhelmsdorf
OrthSt abbr
Orthodoxe Stimme. Wilhelmsdorf
örtlich adj
local; regional
Ortsbewegung f
change of location or place; locomotion, local motion, local movement (Aristotle)
ortsgebunden  adj
tied to particular places
Ortsgemeinde f (-n)
local congregation
Os abr
Hosea, Osee - Hosea
ÖS abbr
Ökumenische Studien. Leiden
ÖSB abbr
Ökumenische Schriftenreihe "Begegnung." Basel
Osculatorium n (-rien)
osculatorium; peace tablet (liturgical object in form of a little tablet to be kissed)
Ost
east
Ostasiate m (-n)
East Asian; Oriental
ostasiatisch adj
East Asian; Oriental
o.Stb. abr
ohne Stammbaum
Ostchor m (-"e)
east sanctuary; east choir
ostdeutsch adj
East German
Ostdeutsche m, f (-n)
East German
Ostdeutschland n
East Germany; Eastern Germany
ostdt. abr
ostdeutsch
Osten m
ostensiv adj
ostensive
Ostensorium n (-ien)
ostensoir; monstrance
ostentativ  adj
 ostensive
Ostention f
ostention
Osterabend m
Easter Eve
Osterblume f (-n)
Easter lily
Osterbotschaft f
Easter or Passover message
Osterbrauch m (-"e)
Easter custom
Osterferien
Easter vacation
Osterfest n (-e)
Easter (festival); Frohes O.! - Happy Easter!
Osterfeuer n (-)
Easter Fire
Osterfladen m (-)
Passover bread
Ostergeschichte f (-n)
easter-story
Osterglaube m
belief in the resurrection of Jesus
Osterglocke f (-n)
Easter bell
Osterkerze f (-n)
Easter candle
Osterkuß m
Easter kiss
Osterlamm n
paschal lamb
österlich adj
of Easter; paschal
Osterlied n (-er)
Easter carol
Ostermesse f (-n)
Easter mass
Ostermonat m
April
Ostermond m
April
Ostermontag m
Easter Monday
Ostern
Easter; Passover
Österreich n
Austria
österreichisch adj
Austrian
Ostersamstag  
Holy Saturday
Ostersonnabend m
Easter Saturday; Holy Saturday
Ostersonntag m
Easter Sunday
Osterspaziergang n
Easter walk
Osterspiel n (-e)
Easter play
Ostertag m
Easter day
Osterverkündigung f
Easter proclamation
Ostervigil f
Easter vigil
Ostervigilie f (-n)
Easter vigile
Osterwoche f
Holy Week
Osterzeuge m (-n)
Easter witness
Osterzyklus m (-klen)
Easter cycle
Osteuropa n
East(ern) Europe
Osteuropäer m (-)
East European
osteuropäisch adj
East(ern) European
Ostfront f
eastern front
Ostgebiete  
Eastern territories (of Germany)
Ostgermanen  
East Germanic tribes
ostgermanisch adj
East Germanic
Ostgote m (-n)
Ostrogoth
Ostgotenherrschaft f
Ostrogothic rule
Ostgotenkönig m (-e)
king of the Ostrogoths
ostgotisch adj
Ostrogothic
Ostjordanland n
East Jordan territory
Ostjude m (-n)
East European Jew
Ostkirche f
Eastern Orthodox Church
OstKSt abbr
Ostkirchliche Studien. Würzburg
östl. abr
östlich
östlich  adj
 Eastern; ö. Denken - Eastern thought
oströmisch  
eastern Roman
Ostung f (-en)
orientation toward the east
OTG abbr
Old Testament in Greek According to the Septuagint. H. B. Swete, ed. Cambridge
OTG(V) abbr
Old Testament in Greek According to the Text of Codex Vaticanus. Alan E. Brooke, N. McLean, eds. London
ÖTK abbr
Ökumenischer Taschenbuch-Kommentar.
OTL abbr
Old Testament Library. London
OTLect abbr
Old Testament Lectures. Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical Research. London
ÖTS abbr
Ökumenische Texte und Studien. Marburg
Otter f (-n)
viper, adder
Ottergift n
adder's poison
Otterngezüchte n
generation of vipers
ottonisch  
Ottonian
Ouvertüre f (-n)
overture
o.V. abr
ohne Verfasser(angabe)
Oval n (-e)
oval
oval  
oval
Ovation f (-en)
ovation
Oxf. abr
Oxford
Oxydation f
oxidation
oxydieren  
 to oxidize
Oxydierung f
oxidation
Oxymoron  n (-ra)
 oxymoron
Ozean m (-e)
ocean