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Probleme der Ägyptologie. Leiden
Paarung  f
 coupling, pairing
paarweise  
in twos, in pairs, two and two, two by two
Pacht f
lease
Pächter  m (-)
 leaseholder
Pacificale n
osculatorium; peace tablet (liturgical object in form of a little tablet to be kissed)
packen  
to pack, to seize, to grasp, to tear, to grip , to thrill
pactum
Lat: pact, covenant; p. salutis - covenant of redemption
päd. abr
pädagogisch - educational, pedagogical
Pädagoge m (-n)
educator, teacher; education(al)ist
Pädagogik f
pedagogy
Pädagogin f (-nnen)
educator, teacher; education(al)ist
pädagogisch adj 
educational; pedagogical
Padma  n
 padma, lotus (Hindu)
Paganismus m
paganism
Pagina f (-s)
paginieren  
to paginate
Pagode f (-n)
pagoda
Paideuma  n
 paideuma (is defined by Frobenius as a distinct social ajanim with mystical center at soul - Kulturseele)
Paket n (-e)
package, parcel
Pakt m (-e)
pact
pal. abr
paläographisch; paläolithisch; paläontologisch; paläozoisch; palästinensisch; palestinisch
Pal. abr
Paläograph(ie); Paläolithikum; Paläontologe; Paläontologie; Paläozoikum; Palast; Palästina
Paläographie f
paleography (study of antique writings and writing materials)
paläographisch  
palaeographic
Paläolithiker m (-)
paleolithic man
Paläolithikum n
Paleolithic Age
paläolithisch
paleolithic
Paläontologie f
paleontology
Palas m (-se)
(main living quarters in medieval castle)
Palast m (-"e)
palace
Palastanlage f (-n)
palace building(s) and grounds, palace complex
palastartig  
palatial
palästin. abr
palästinisch
Palästina  
Palestine
palästinens. abr
palästinensisch
Palästinenser m (-)
Palestinian
palästinensisch  
Palestinian
Palästiner m (-)
Palestinian
palästinisch  
Palestinian
Palastrevolte f (-n)
palace revolution
palatalisiert  adj
 advanced
Palatalisierung f
fronting (of articulation), palatalization
palatartig  
palatial
Palimpsest m, n (-e)
palimpsest
Palindrom n
palindrome
Palingenese f (-n)
Gr, Lat: palingenesis (a concept of re-creation or rebirth; also within the Christian doctrine of spiritual rebirth through a form of transmigration of the soul in baptism)
Palingenesie  f
 palingenesis
Palinodie  f (n)
Palisade f (-n)
palisade
Palmbaum m (-"e)
palm tree
Palme f (-n)
palm (tree)
Palmenstadt f
the City of Palms
Palmenzweig m (-e)
palm branch
Palmgewölbe n (-)
fan vault
Palmsonntag m
Palm Sunday
Palmtuch n (-"er)
Lenten veil (displayed between chancel and nave)
Palmwedel m (-)
palm branch
Palmweihe f
blessing of the palms (on Palm Sunday)
Palmwoche f
Holy Week
Panaesthetizismus  m
 pan-aestheticism
Panamerika n
Pan-America
Pandaimonion
 Pandemonium
Pandiatonik f
pandiatonicism
pandiatonisch  
pandiatonic
Pandora f
pandora, pandore
Paneel n (-e)
paneling, (sunken) panel
Panentheismus  m
 panentheism
Paneuropa n
Pan-Europe
paneuropäisch  
Pan-European
Paneuropäismus m
Pan-European Movement
Pangenesistheorie  f
 pangenesis theory
Pangermanismus  m
 Pan-Germanism
Panier n (-e)
banner; standard
Panik f
panic
panikartig  
panicky, panic-life
Panikstimmung f
panic; atmosphere of panic
panislamisch  
Pan-Islamic
Panislamismus m
Pan-Islamism
Pankalie  f
 pankalia, the all-beautiful (Pythagoras)
pankritisch  adj
 pancritical
pankritischer Rationalismus  m
 pancritical rationalism
Panlogismus m
panlogism
Panorama n (-men)
panorama
Panpneumatismus  m
 panpneumatism
Panpsychismus  m
 panpsychism
Pansophie  f
 pansophy, pansophism
panta rhei  
 Lat: everything flows, all is in flux
Pantheismus m
pantheism
Pantheismusstreit  m
 pantheism controversy
Pantheist m (-en)
pantheist
pantheistisch  
pantheistic
Pantheon n (-s)
Pantheon
Panther m (-)
panther, leopard
Pantokrator m
Pantocrator, Christ Omnipotent
Pantomime f (-n)
pantomime, dumb show
pantomimisch  
pantomimic
pantonal  
pantonal
Pantonalität f
pantonality
Pantragismus  m
 pantragicism
Panvitalismus  m
 panvitalism
Panzer m (-)
armor, cuirass, coat of mail; breastplate
Panzerhemd n (-en)
coat, shirt, or tunic of mail
panzern  
to armor; (vtf) to arm oneself (against)
Pap abr
Papias; Papyrus
Pap. abr
Papias; Papyrus
Papa m (-s)
dad, papa
papal  
papal
Papalismus m
papalism
papalistisch  
papal; paplist
Papalsystem n
papal system
Papat m, n
papacy
Papiasfragment m
fragment of the epistle of Papias
Papier n (-e)
paper
Papismus m
papism; popery
Papist m (-en)
papist
papistisch  adj
popish
Papst m (-e)
pope; pontiff; Holy Father
Papstbildnis n (-se)
papal portrait
Papstbuch n
the Book of the Popes
Papstfamilie f
papal family
papstfeindlich  
opposed or hostile to the pope
Papstfeindschaft f (-en)
emnity against the pope
päpstisch  
popish
Papstkrone f
tiara; papal crown
Päpstler m (-)
papist
päpstlich
papal; pontifical; päpstlicher Stuhl - Holy See
Papstmesse f (-n)
pontifical mass
Papsttum
papacy; pontificate; (pej) popery
Papsturkunde f (-en)
papal letter
Papstwahl f (-en)
papal election
Papstwürde f
papal dignity; papacy; pontificate
PapyBod abbr
Papyrus Bodmer. Geneva
Papyrus n (-ri)
papyrus, paper reed/rush; (papyrus) scroll; biblus/biblos
Papyrusblatt n (-"er)
papyrus leaf
Papyrusfund m (-e)
papyri finds
Papyrushandschrift f (-en)
papyrus manuscript
Papyruspublikation f (-en)
publication of papyri
Papyrusrolle f (-n)
papyrus scroll; papyrus manuscript
Papyrussäule f (-n)
papyrus column
Par-Jer abr
Paralipomena Jeremiae
Parabel f (-n)
parable, parabole; simile; parabola
Parabellied n (-er)
parable song
parabolisch  
parabolic
Parade f (-n)
parade
Paradiddle m
paradiddle; Zweier P. - double paradiddle; Dreier P. - triple paradiddle
Paradies n (-e)
paradise
Paradieseserzählung f (-en)
Garden of Eden narrative
Paradiesesgarten f (-en)
garden of Eden
paradiesisch  adj
heavenly, delightful; paradisean, paradisic
Paradigma n (-men, -mata)
paradigm
paradigmatisch  adj
paradigmatic, paradigm; p. Reihe  or Serie - paradigmatic series; p. Fall - paradigm case
Paradigmenfusion  f
 fusion of paradigma
paradigmengebunden  adj
 paradigm-bound
Paradigmenwechsel  m (-)
 change of paradigm(s)
Paradimaabhängigkeit  f
 paradigm-dependency
paradisio
Lat: paradise
paradox  adj
paradoxical
Paradox  n
 paradox; P. göttliches - divine paradox
Paradoxie  f (-n)
 paradoxy, paradox, paradoxicality; P. der Mengenlehre - paradoxes of the set theory; P. des Unendlichen - paradox of infinity or the infinite; Paradoxien des Zeno - Zeno´s paradoxes
Paradoxon n (-xa)
paradox; P. des fliegenden Pfeiles - (the) paradox of the flying arrow, (the) flying-arrow paradox
Paragraph m (-en)
paragraph; section; article
Paraklet m
Paraclete; Holy Spirit; Comforter
Paralelle f (-n)
parallel
parall. abr
parallel
Parall. abr
Parallele(n)
parallel  
parallel
Parallelaussage f (-n)
parallelism
Parallelchor m (-"e)
chancel to right or left of main chancel
Parallelen f
consecutive; parallel; sliders (organ)
Parallelenaxiom  n
 parallel postulate
Parallelentwicklung f (-en)
parallel development
parallelisieren  
to set in parallel
Parallelisierung f (-en)
paralleling
Parallelismus m (-men)
correspondence; parallelism; synonymer P. - synonymous parallelism; antithetischer P. - antithetic parallelism; synthetischer P. - synthetic parallelism; Glieder-P. - parallelism of the members
Parallelität  f
 parallelism; correspondence
parallellaufend pr p
(being) parallel; (runing) parallel
Parallelmontage  f
 parallel montage
Parallelperspektive f (-n)
parallel series; parallel perspective
Parallelsatz m (-"e)
parallel sentence
Parallelschrift f (-en)
parallel document
Parallelsetzung f (-en)
parallelizing
Parallelstelle f (-n)
parallel passage
Parallelstrang m (-"e)
parallel source
Paralogie f
paralogy, paralogism
Paralogismus m
paralogism
Paralogismus m
paralogism; P. des reinen Verstandes - paralogism of pure reason (Kant)
Paralogistik  f
 paralogistic
Paralyse f (-n)
paralysis
paralytisch  
paralyzed; paralytic
Parament n (-e)
(ecclesiastical) parament
Paränese f
exhortations (criticism of literary forms)
paränetisch  
 paraenetic
Paranoia  f
 paranoia
paranoid  
paranoid
paranormal  adj
 paranormal
Paraphrase f (-n)
paraphrase
paraphrasieren  
to paraphase
Paraphrast m (-en)
paraphrast
Paraphysik  f
 paraphysics
Parapsychologie f
parapsychology
Parasit m (-en)
parasite
parasitär  adj
 parasitic(al)
Parataxis f
parataxis
Pärchen n (-)
couple, pair
Parder m (-)
leopard
Parenthese f (-n)
parenthesis
parenthetisch  
in parenthesis
Parfüm n (-e)
perfume, scent
Pari  n
 pai; face value
Paria  m (s)
 pariah; (fig) outcast
Paris n
Paris
Parität f (-en)
parity, equality; konfessionelle P. - religious equality
Parlament n (-e)
parliament
parlamentarisch  
parliamentary
Parlamentarismus  m
 parliamentarianism
Parn. abbr
Parnassus. College Art Association of America. New York
parochial  
parochial, parish
Parochialkirche f (-n)
parish church
Parochie f (-n)
parish
Parodie f (-n)
parody (auf - of, on); skit; travesty, rediculous, imitation; Mus: parody
Parodiemesse f
parody mass
Parole f (-n)
parole, speech; watchword, password; (fig) motto; slogan, catchword, catchphrase, rallying cry
Parse m (-n) 
 Parsi, Parsee, Gabar, Guebre
Parser  m
 parser
Parsismus m
parsism
part. abr
parteiisch; parteilich; partiell; partikular/partikulär; Engl: partial 
Part. abr
 Partizip (Sprachw.); Partei; Partie; Partikularismus; Partitur; Partner(in)
Partei f (-en)
faction; par, side; tenant; plaintiff, defendant
Parteianhänger m (-)
member of a party; party supporter
Parteiführer m (-)
party leader
Parteigeist m
party spirit
parteiisch  
party-spirited; partial
Parteilichkeit  f
 partiality, bias
Parteilinie  f
 party-line
Parteiwesen n
party system
Parteizugehörigkeit f
party membership
Parthenogenese  f
 parthenogenesis; virgin birth
Parthenogenesis f
parthenogenesis, virgin birth
Partialdefinition  f (-en)
 partial definition
partiell  adj
 partial
Partikel  n (-n)
 particle
partikular  
single; individual; separate
partikulär  
single; individual; separate
Partikuläraussage  f (-n)
 particular proposition
Partikulargericht  n
 particular judgement 
Partikularie  f
 particular
Partikularinteresse  n
 special or particular interest
Partikularisation  f
 particularization
Partikularisator  m
 particular or existential quantifier
Partikularismus m
particularism
Partikularität No information yet.
Partition  f
 partition
Partitur f (-en)
(musical) score; in P. schreiben - to score, to write in open score
partiturmäßig  
in score
Partizip n (-ien)
participle; P. der Gegenwart - present participle
Partizipation f
participation
Partizipialfügung f
participial construction
Partizipialkonstruction f (-en)
participial construction; extended attribute construction
Partizipialmarkierung f (-en)
Partizipialsatz m (-"e)
participial clause
Partner m (-)
partner
Partnerin f (-nen)
partner
Partnerschaft f
partnership
Parusie f
parousia, second coming
Parusieerwartung f (-en)
expectation of the parousy
Parusieverzögerung f (-en)
delay of the parousia
Parzival m
Parzival
PASCH abbr
Papers of the American Society of Church History. New York
Paschaopfer n (-)
passover-sacrifice
Passa n
Passover; Paschal lamb
passabel
passable, reasonable, tolerable
Passage f (-n)
passage
Passah n (-s)
Passover; Paschal lamb
Passahfest n (-e)
Passover feast
Passahlamm n
Passover lamb
Passahmahl n
Passover meal
Passahopfer n
Passover sacrifice
Passahzeit f
Passover season
Passalamm n
Passover lamb
Passamahl n
Passover meal
Passaopfer n
Passover sacrifice
passen
to fit; to suit; to be convenient; to harmo­nize; to appropriate; to match
Passion f (-en)
passion, passionate devotion
Passional n (-e)
passional
Passionale n (-)
passional
passiones
Lat: passions, emotions
passioniert pp
impassioned
Passionist m (-en)
Passionist
Passionkreuz n
Passion cross
Passionsbetrachtung f
Lenten meditation
Passionsgeschichte f
the Passion
Passionsgottesdienst m
service during Passion Week
Passionskantate f
Passion cantata
Passionsmusik n
Passion music
Passionsoratorium n
Passion oratorio
Passionspredigt f
Good Friday sermon
Passionssäule f (-n)
(depiction of the Flagellation of Christ or a column depicting the Passion and Instruments of the Passion, often topped by a rooster)
Passionssonntag m (-e)
Passion Sunday, Repus Sunday
Passionsspiel n (-e)
passion play; Corpus Christi play
Passionstafel f (-n)
passion panel (of a altar)
Passionsweg m
stations of the cross
Passionswerkzeug n
instrument of Christ's torture
Passionswerkzeuge  
Instruments or Symbols of the Passion
Passionswoche f
Holy Week
Passionszeit f
Passiontide
Passionszyklus m (-len)
passion cycle (depictions of events from the Passion in chronological order on altar panels in music or live performance)
Passiv n (-e)
passive voice
passiv  
passive; p. Wortschatz - passive vocabulary
passivisch  adj
passive
Passivismus  m
 passivism
Passivität f
passivity
Passivsatz m (-"e)
passive sentence
Passus m (-)
passage (in a book); paragraph; case, instance
past. abr
pastoral
PastBr. abr
Pastoralbriefe
Pastophorium n (-ien)
pastophory
Pastor m (-en)
pastor, minister, clergy
pastoral  
pastoral
Pastoralbrief m (-e)
pastoral Epistles
Pastorale f (-s, -n)
idyll; eclogue; pastoral(e)
Pastoralien  pl
pastoral matters
Pastoralkonferenz f
clergy conference
Pastoralmedizin f
pastoral medicine
Pastoralmesse f (-n)
pastoral mass
Pastoralring m
pastoral ring
Pastoralschreiben n (-)
pastoral (letter)
Pastoraltheologie f (-n)
pastoral theology
Pastorat n (-e)
parsonage, vicarage, incumbency
Pastorsfrau f
clergy's wife
Patchen n (-)
godchild
Pate m (-n)
godfather
Pate f (-n)
godmother; sponsor, god-daughter; godchild; godparent
patefactio
Lat: manifestation; disclosure
Patene f
paten (tray for the bread in the celbration of the Eucharist)
Patenkind n (-er)
godchild
Patenschaft f (-en)
sponsorship
Patensohn m
godson
Pater m (-, -tres)
father; padre
Paternalismus  m
 paternalism
Paternoster n (-)
paternoster
Pathetische  n
 (the) pathetic
Pathetisch-Erhabenes  n
 pathetic-sublime (Schiller)
Pathognomik  f
 pathognomy
Pathologie  f (sg) (-n)
 pathology; P. der Moderne - pathologies of modernity
pathologisch  adj
 pathological
Pathos n
emotional style, emotion; pathos
Pathosformel  f
 pathos formula
Patient m (-en)
patient
Patientin f (-nen)
patient
Patin f (-nen)
godmother; sponsor
patr. abbr
patriarchalisch; patriotisch
Patr. abbr
Patriach(at);  Lat: Patrimonium;  Patriotismus; Patristik; Patrize; Patriziat; Patrizier;  Engl: Patron; Patronage; Patronat; Patristica. Paris
Patriarchade f (-n)
(biblical epic based on the story of the patriarchs)
patriarchalisch  adj
patriarchal; p. Denken - patriarchal thought
Patriarchalismus
patriarchalism
Patriarchat n (-e)
patriarchate, patriarchy
patriarchatskritisch  adj
 patriarchy-critical
Patriarchengestalt f (-en)
figure of the patriarch
Patriarchenkreuz n (-e)
patriarchal cross
Patriarchenstuhl m (-"e)
chair of the patriarch
Patriarchismus  m
 patriarchalism
Patrimonium n (-nien)
patrimony
Patriot m (-en)
patriot
patriotisch  
patriotic
Patriotismus m
patriotism
Patripassianer m (-)
Patripassian
Patrist. abr
Patristik, patristisch
Patristik f
patristics
patristisch  adj
patristic
Patrizier m (-)
patrician
Patriziertum n
patricians; the upper class
patrizisch  
patrician
Patron m (-e)
patron (saint); founder of a church; patron
Patronat n (-e)
patronage
Patronatsfest n
patronal festival
Patronatsherr m (-en)
patron of a living
Patronatsrecht n
patronage
PatSt abbr
Patristic Studies of the Catholic University of America. Washington, D.C.
Pauke f (-n)
Mus: kettledrum; mir P. uns Trompeten - with drums beating and trumpets sounding
pauken  
to bet the drum
paulinisch adj
Paulinian; Pauline; of or by (St.) Paul; Paulinische Doktrin - Pauline doctrine
Paulinismus m
Paulinism
paulisch
Paulin; of/by (St.)Paul
Paulizianer m (-)
Paulician
Paulus m
Paul
Paulusakten  
the Acts of Paul
Paulusapokalypse f
the Apocalypse of Paul
Paulusbrief m (-e)
letter of Paul
Pauperismus  m
 pauperism
Pauschalurteil  n (-e)
 sweeping statement
Pause f (-n)
rest, break, pause
pausieren  
to pause
Pax f
peace; Pax, goddess of peace; pax
PaxRom abbr
Pax Romana. Friburg
Paxtafel f (-n)
osculatorium; peace tablet (liturgical object in form of a little tablet to be kissed)
Pazifikation  f
 pacification
Pazifismus m
pacifism
Pazifist m (-en)
pacifist
pazifistisch  adj
pacifist
pazifizieren  
to come to an agreement, to pacify
pb. abr
Engl: publication(s)
PBL abbr
Praktisches Bibellexikon. Freiburg, Breisgau, u.a.
p.Chr. abr
Lat: post Christum  nach Christi - A.D.
PD abbr
Päpstliche Dokumente. Würzburg
PDVHL abbr
Palästinahefte des deutschen Vereins vom Heiligen Lande. Köln
PEAr abbr
Publications in Egyptian Archeology. University of California Berkeley. Berkeley, Ca.
peccata
Lat: sins; p. mortalia - mortal sins; p. actuale - actual sins
peccatum
Lat: sin; p. actuale - actual sin; p. in spiritum sactum - sin against the Holy Spirit; p. inhaerens - inherent sin; p. mortalia - mortal sin; p. originale - original sin
Pech n
pitch; cobbler's wax; bad luck
Pedal n (-en)
pedal; pedal organ
pedantisch  
pedantic
Pedum n (-da)
crosier
Pegel m (-)
level
Pein f
pain, agony, torture, torment
peinigen  
to torture; to torment; to harass
Peiniger m (-)
torturer, tormentor
Peinigung f (-en)
torture; torment
peinlich  
embarrassing, painful, distressing; precise, exact, minute
peinliche Frage f
torture
Peinlichkeit f
embarrassment; akwardness
Peitsche f (-n)
whip, lash; scourge
Pektorale n (-lien)
pectoral (cross)
Pektoraltheologie f
pectoral theology
Pelagianer m (-)
Pelagian
pelagianisch  
Pelagian
Pelagianismus m
Pelagianism
peliert  
burnished; auf der Scheibe p. - ring-burnished, wheel-burnished
Pelitur f
burnishing
Pendel n (-)
pendulum
pendeln  
to swing; to oscillate
Peninsula f (-suln)
peninsula
Pension f (-en)
retirement; pension; guest-house (private hotel)
Pensum n (-a & -en)
task; lesson; curriculum
Pent. abr
Pentateuch
Pentacostarium n
pentecostarion
Pentarchie f
pentarchy
Pentateuch m
pentateuch, Torah
Pentateucherzähler m
Pentateuchal narrator
Pentateuchfaden m
strand of the Pentateuch
Pentateuchkritik f
Pentateuchal Criticism
per definitionem  
 Lat: by definition
Perf. abr
Perfekt; Perfektion; Perfektionismus
Perfekt n (-e)
perfect tense
perfekt  adj
perfect, excellent, accomplished; complete
Perfektion f
perfection
Perfektionismus m
perfectionism
Perfektionist m (-en)
perfectionist
Perfektionsgrad  m
 degree of perfection
Perfektionsstufe  f
 degree of perfection (Leibniz)
Perfektpartizip n
past participle
Perfektum n
present perfect
perfid  
perfidious, insidious
perfide  
perfidious, insidious
Perfidie f
perfidy, perfidiousness, insidiousness
Perfidität f
perfidy, perfidiousness, insidiousness
perfizieren  
to perfect
Perfizierung f
perfection
Performance  f
 performance
Performanz  f
 performance
performativ  adj
 performative
performativ-konstativ  adj
 performative-constative
Perg. abr
Pergament
Pergament n (-e)
parchment; vellum
Pergamentband m (-"e)
volume bound parchment
Pergamenteinband m (-"e)
parchment book binding
pergamenten  
parchment
Pergamenthandschrift f (-en)
parchment manuscript
Pergamentleim m (-e)
parchment glue
Pergamentpapier n
parchment paper, vellum paper; waxed paper
Pergamentrolle f (-n)
parchment scroll
Pergamon n
Pergamum
Pergamon-Altar m
Pergamon Altar
Pergola f (-len)
pergola
Periechontologie  f
 periechontology (Jaspers)
Perikopenbuch n (-"er)
lectionary, pericope book
Periode f (-n)
complex sentence, period, phase; cycle
Periodenbau  m
 structue of periods; P. Musik: structure of meters
periodisch  
periodic
Periodisierung f (-en)
periodizing
Periodizität  f
 periodicity; meter Mus: Aristotelian; p. Philosophie - Peripateticism, peripatetic philosophy
periodologisch  adj
periodological
periodologischer Aufbau
periodological structure
Peripatetiker  m (-)
 Peripatetic
peripatetisch No information yet.
Peripatetismus No information yet.
peripher  
peripheral
Peripherie f (-n)
periphery
peripherisch  
peripheral
periphrastisch
periphrastic
Perle f (-n)
pearl; bead; fig - gem, jewel; Perlen vor die Säue werfen - to cast pearls before swine
Perlenschnur f (-"e)
string of pearls
Perlokution  f
 perlocution
perlokutionär  m
 perlocutionary
permanent  
permanent, lasting, enduring, durable
Permanenz f
permanency, permanence, durability
permissiv  adj
 permissive
Permutation  f (-en)
 permutation
Perpendikularstil m
perpendicular style
perpetuum mobile  
 Lat: perpetual motion machine
pers. abr
persisch; persönlich; personal(-is,-e)
Pers. abr
Perser; Persianer; Persien; Person(en)
per se
Lat: by or through itself
Perser m (-)
Persian
Perseveranz  f
 archaic: perseverance
Perseveration  f (-en)
 perseveration
Persien  
Persia
persisch  
Persian
per solam fidem
Lat: through faith alone
Person f (-en)
person; individual; personage
Person(en)begriff  m
 concept of person
persona
Lat: person; p. Deitatis - person of the Deity; p. divina - divine person; p. publica - public person (one who represents others)
Personal n
staff, employees, personnel
Personalakte f (-n)
personal file
Personalendung f (-en)
personal ending
Personalform n
personal pronoun
Personalien  
particulars, personal data
Personalinspiration f
inspiration of the person
Personalisation  f
 personalization
Personalismus  m
 personalism
Personalpronomen n
personal pronoun
Personalverzeichnis n (-se)
list of employees, staff list
personell  
personal
Personenangabe f (-en)
modifier of person
Personenbeschreibung f (-en)
(personal) description
Personenkult  m
 personality cult; cult of personality
Personenname m (-n)
personal name; proper name or noun
personenorientiert  adj
 person oriented
Personenregister n (-)
index of names
Personenverzeichnis n (-se)
list of persons, registers of persons, list of characters (in a play, etc.)
Personifikation f (-en)
personification
personifizieren  vr
 to personify; to embody; to incarnate
Personifizierung f (-en)
personification; animation
persönlich adj, adv
personal; private(ly); in person
Persönlichkeit f
personality, individuality; person­age
Persönlichkeitsbildung f
character formation, personality formation
Persönlichkeitsentfaltung f
development of personality
Persönlichkeitsentwicklung  f
 personality development
Persönlichkeitskult m
personality cult
Persönlichkeitsrecht  n (-e)
 personal right
Persönlichkeitsverlust  m
 loss of personality
Persönlichkeitswert  m
 value of personality or the person, value of personhood
Personsein n
personal existence; personhood; personality
Person-Sein  n
 personhood; personal existence; personality
Personwert  m
 value as (a) person
Perspektivansicht  f (-en)
 foreshortening
Perspektive f (-n)
perspective; umgekehrte P. - inverted perspective
Perspektivenvielfalt  f
 variety of perspetives, perspective variety
Perspektivismus  m
 perspectivism
Perspektivität  f
 perspectivity
Perspikuität  f
 perspicuity (Aristotle)
persuasiv  adj
 archaic: persuasive: p. persuasive expression
Pertinens
pertinent
Pertinenz No information yet.
Pertinenzdativ No information yet.
Perversion  f (-en)
 perversion
pervertiert  pp, adj
 perverted
Perzeptibilität  f
 perceptibility
Perzeption  f
 perception
Perzeptionalismus  m
 perceptionalism
Perzeptionsmodelle  pl
 perception models
perzipieren  vr
 to perceive
Pessimismus m
pessimism
Pessimist m (-en)
pessimist
Pessimistin f (-nen)
pessimist
pessimistisch adj, adv
pessimistic; pessimistically
Pestbeule f (-n)
troublemaker; obnoxious character
Pestblatt n (-"er)
woodcut prayer against the plaque
Pestilenz f
pestilence, plague
Peter
Peter
Peter-Prinzip  n
 Peter-Prinziple
Petersdom m
St. Peter's Cathedral
Peterskirche f
St. Peter's (church in Rome)
Peterspfennig m
Peter's pence
Petition f (-en)
petition
petitio principii  
 Lat: begging the question
Petr abr
Petrus(brief) - Peter; 1. Petrus(brief) - 1 Peter; 2. Petrus(brief) - 2 Peter
Petr. abr
Petrus(brief) - Peter; 1. Petrus(brief) - 1 Peter; 2. Petrus(brief) - 2 Peter
Petrefakt n
petrifaction; fossil
PetrEv abr
Petrus-Evangelium
Petrikirche f
St. Peter's (Rome)
petrinisch  
Petrine
Petrus m
Peter; Saint Peter
Petrusakten  
the Acts of Peter
Petrusamt n
office of Peter
Petrusapokalypse f
the Apocalypse of Peter
Petrusbriefe f (pl)
Peter's letters
Petrusevangelium n
the Gospel of Peter
Petrustradition f
Petrine tradition
Petschaft n (-e)
stamp seal, signet
Pfad m (-e)
path, lane; achtfacher or achtteiliger P. - eight-fold way; P. der Erkenntnis - path of knowledge; P. der Erleuchtung - path to enlightenment
Pfadanalyse  f
 path analysis
Pfadfinder m (-)
boy scout; pathfinder
Pfaffe m (-e)
priest; cleric; parson
Pfaffenherrschaft f
clerical rule
Pfaffenknecht m (-e)
slavish adherent of the clergy
Pfaffentum n
clericalism; priests
Pfaffenwirtschaft f
clerical control
pfäffisch  
priestlike; clerical; priestridden
Pfahl m (-"e)
stake, post; pole; pile; picket; thorn
Pfalz f
the Palatinate, Palatine
pfälzisch  
Palatinate
Pfalzkapelle f (-n)
palatine chapel, palatine church
Pfand n (-"er)
pledge, security; deposit; forfeit; pawn; mortgage
Pfanne f (-n)
pan, bowl; boiler
Pfarracker m (-)
glebe land
Pfarramt n
incumbency, parsonage, pastorate
pfarramtlich  
pastoralia
Pfarramtskandidat m (-en)
curse
Pfarrberufung f
appointment of a clergyman; appointment of clergymen
Pfarrbesetzungsrecht n
patronage
Pfarrbezirk m (-e)
parish
Pfarrbuch n (-"er)
parish register
Pfarrdiakon m (-e)
deacon
Pfarre f (-n)
 Pferrei - parish
Pfarrei f (-en)
(church) living; parsonage, vicarage; parish
pfarreilich  
parochial
Pfarrer m (-)
parson; minister; clergyman; rector
Pfarrerin f (-nen)
parson's wife
Pfarrerstand m
clergy
Pfarrexamen n
concursus
Pfarrfrau f (-en)
parson's wife; clergyman's wife
Pfarrgehilfe m (-n)
curate
Pfarrgemeinde f (-n)
parish
Pfarrgemeinderat m (-"e)
parish council
Pfarrgut n (-"er)
glebe land
Pfarrhaus n (-"er)
parsonage; rectory, vicarage
Pfarrheim n (-e)
parish hall (Catholic)
Pfarrhelfer m (-)
lay minister
Pfarrherr m (-en)
parson
Pfarrhof m (-"e)
parsonage, vicarage
Pfarrkind n (-er)
parishioner
Pfarrkirche f (-n)
parish church
Pfarrkonkurs m
concursus
Pfarrmatrikel f (-n)
parish register; parish account book
Pfarrschule f (-n)
church school
Pfarrsprengel m (-s)
parish estate
Pfarrstelle f (-n)
rectorate
Pfarrverwalter m (-)
curate-in-charge
Pfarrverweser m (-)
administrator of a parish
Pfarrvikar m (-e)
curate
Pfarrvikarin f (-nen)
deaconess
Pfarrwahl f
appointment of a clergyman
Pfarrzehnte m (-n)
parochial tithe
Pfau m (-e, -en)
peacock
Pfeife f (-n)
pipe; whistle; Mus: (organ) pipe
pfeifen vi
to whistle; to hiss; to howl (wind); to squeak
Pfeil m (-e)
arrow, dart, bolt, shaft
Pfeiler m (-)
pillar, prop, upright, door post, pier
Pfeilerabstand m (-")
distance between pillars
Pfeilerbasilika f (-ken)
basilica with nave walls resting on pillars
Pfeilerbogen m (-, -")
pier arch
Pfeilerfigur f (-en)
pillar figure or statue
pfeilergestützt  
supported by pillars
Pfeilerweite f (-n)
intercolumniation
Pfeil-Paradox(on)  n
 arrow paradox
Pfeilvorschaltung  f
 implication introduction
Pfennig m (-e)
penny; farthing
Pferd n (-e)
horse
Pfiff m (-e)
whistle
Pfingstabend m
Whit-Saturday
Pfingstbewegung f
Pentecostal Movement
Pfingstbrauch m
Whitsunday custom
Pfingsten n
Pentecost, Whitsuntide
Pfingstfeiertag m (-e)
der erste P. - Whitsunday; der zweite P. - Whitmonday
Pfingstferien f
Whitsun holidays, Whitsuntide recess
Pfingstfest n
Pentecost; Whitsuntide
Pfingstgeschehen n
Pentecost event
pfingstlich  
Pentecostal; Whitsun-
Pfingstmontag m
Whit-Sunday
Pfingstsonntag m
Whit-Sunday
Pfingsttag m
one of the days of the Whit weekend, the day of Pentecost
Pfingsttage f
Whitsun holidays
Pfingstvigil f
Whitsun eve, vigil of Pentecost
Pfingstvigilie f
Whitsun eve, vigil of Pentecost
Pfingstwoche f
Whitsun week
Pfingstwunder n
miracle of Pentecost
Pfingstzeit f
Whitsun, Whitsuntide, Pentecost
Pfinst  
Pentecostal
Pflanze f (-n)
plant
pflanzen  
to plant; (fig.) to implant
Pflanzenmotiv n (-e)
plant design
Pflanzenmuster n (-)
plant design
pflanzlich  
vegetable, plant
Pflanzung f (-en)
planting, plantation, settlement, colony
Pflaster n (-)
pavement, paving; plaster, patch; amends
pflastern  
to pave
Pflasterstein m (-e)
paving stone
Pflegeanstalt f (-en)
mental home
pflegebedürftig  
in need of care
Pflegeheim n (-e)
nursing home
pflegen
to tend; to look after; to nurse; to cultivate; to cherish; to take care of; p. zu - to be in the habit of, be accustomed to
Pfleger m (-)
nurse; curator; guardian
Pflegerin f (-nen)
nurse; curator; guardian
Pflegevater m (-")
foster father
Pflicht f (-en)
duty; oblilgation; responsibility; aus P. - from duty (Kant); bürgerliche P. - civil duty; P. aus Handeln - acting from duty (Kant); unbedingte P. - unconditional duty
Pflicht(en)ethik  f
 duty ethics, ethics of duty
Pflichtauffassung  f
 sense of duty
pflichtbewußt  
conscientious; dutiful
Pflichtbewußtsein n
sense of duty, dutifulness; conscientiousness
Pflichteifer  m
 zeal
pflichteifrig  adj
 zealous
Pflichten  pl
 duties; bürgerliche P. - civil duties
Pflichtenkreis No information yet.
Pflichtenlehre f
moral philosophy; ethics; doctrine of duties; teaching of duties
Pflichterfüllung  f
fulfilment of duty, doing one's duty 
Pflichtgebet n (-e)
oblgational prayer
Pflichtgefühl  n
 sense of duty
pflichtgemäß  adj; adv
 dutyful(ly), in conformity with duty, according to duty
Pflichtgesetz n
moral law
pflichtgetreu No information yet.
pflichtmässig  
dutiful
pflichtmäßig  adj; adv
  dutyful(ly), in conformity with duty, according to duty, in accordance with duty
pflichttreu  
conscientious; dutiful
Pflicht und Neigung  f
 duty and inclination
pflichtvergessen  
forgetful
Pflichtvergessenheit  f
 neglectfulness, dereliction of duty
Pflichtverletzung  f
breach or violation of duty; dereliction of duty
Pflichtversäumnis  n
 neglect of duty; dereliction of duty
Pflock m (-"er)
stake, peg; post; picket
pflücken  
to pick; to gather
Pflug m (-"e)
plow
pflügen  
to plow, to till
Pflüger m (-)
plowman
Pflugschar f (-en)
plowshare
Pforte f (-n)
gate; door; opening; entrance
Pförtner m (-)
door keeper; doorman; porter
Pfropfen m (-)
stopper
Pfründe f (- n)
prebend, benefice, church living; place in a home for the aged; sinecure
Pfühl m (-e)
bolster; pillow, cushion; couch
Pfund n (-e)
pound (weight); pound (sterling); talent
pg. abr
Lat: pagina  Seite- page; paginieren; paginiert
Pg. abr
Pergament(band) - pargement (volume); Paginierung
PGL abbr
Patristic Greek Lexicon. G .W. Lampe, ed. Oxford
PGM abbr
Papyri Graecae Magicae. Die griechischen Zauberpapyri. K. Preisendanz, ed. Berlin
PGMT abbr
Pelican Guide to Modern Theology. Baltomore, Md.
Pgt. abr
Pergament - pargement
phallisch  adj
 phallic
Phallogozentrismus  m
 phallogocentrism
Phallokratie  f
 phallocracy
Phalluskult  m
 phallic cult
Phänomen n (-e)
phenomenon
phänomenal  adj
phenomenal; p. Ich - phenomenal self or ego; p. Sein - phenomenal being
Phänomenalismus m
phenomenalism; konstruktionalistischer P. - constructivist(ic) phenomenalism; linguistischer P. - linguistic phenomenalism
Phänomenalität  f
 phenomenality; Satz der P. - principle of phenomenality
Phänomenimmanenz  f
 immanence of (the) phenomena
Phänomenologie f
phenomenology
phänomenologisch No information yet.
Phänomenon  n (-na)
 phenomenon
Phantasie f (-n)
imagination; fantasy; reverie; fantastic vision
Phantasiebild n (-er)
vision
Phantasiegebilde n (-)
creation of fancy, figment of the imagination; fantsy, phantasy
phantasielos  
unimaginative
phantasievoll  
imaginative
Phantasma n (-ta, -men)
fantasm, phantasm; phantom; fantasy 
Phantasmagorie  f
 phantasmagory, phantasmagoria
Phantast m  (-en)
fantast; dreamer; visionary; romancer
Phantasterei f (-en)
indulgence in fantastic ideas
phantastisch  adj
fantastic, phantastic; fanciful
Phantom n (-e)
phantom; illusion
Phantomwort n (-"er, -e)
ghost word, phantom word
Pharao m (-nen)
Pharaoh
Pharisäer m (-)
Pharisee; hypocrite
pharisäerhaft  adj
pharisaic
Pharisäertum n
pharisaism
pharisäisch  
pharisaic
Pharisäismus m
Pharisaism
Phäriseär m (-)
Pharisee; (derogative): hypocrite
Pharyngalisierung f
pharyngealization
Phase f (-n)
phase; stage
Phasenübergang  m
 phase transition
phatisch  adj
 phatic
PHC abbr
Pelican. History of the Church. London
PhE abbr
Philosophie in Einzeldarstellungen. Freiburg, Breisgau
Phem  n
 pheme (Austin) (lan)
PhF abbr
Philosophische Forschungen. Berlin
PhG abbr
Philosophie und Geschichte. Tübingen
phil.
philologisch; philosophisch - philologic(al); philosophic(al)
Phil. abbr
Philipper(brief) - Philippians; Philosophie - philosophy; Philologe; Philologie; Philosoph;  Philosophy. London
Phil abr
Philipper(brief) - Philippians
Phil abbr
Philologus.
philanthr. abr
philanthropisch
Philanthr. abr
Philanthropie; Philanthrop(in)ismus
Philanthrop m (-en)
philanthropist
Philanthropie f
philanthropy
philanthropisch  
philanthropic
PhilArb abbr
Philosophische Arbeiten. Gießen
Philema f
kiss of peace, pax
philharmonisch  
philharmonic
Philipp m
Philip
Philippi n
Philippi
philistäisch  
of Philistia, Philistine
Philister m (-)
Philistine; unimaginative person; vulgarian
Philisterei f
Philistinism or philistinism; pedantry; narrow-mindedness; lack of imagination, unimaginative outlook 
philisterhaft  adj
Philistine or philistine, pedantic, uncultured; bourgeois; narrow-mindedness
Philisterland n
the land of the Philistines
Philistermeer n
the Sea of the Philistines
Philistertum n
Philistinism or philistinism; pedantry; narrow-mindedness; lack of imagination, unimaginative outlook
Philm. abr
Philemon(brief) - Philemon
Philodoxie  f
 philodoxy (Kant)
philol. abr
philologisch
Philol. abr
Philologe; Philologie
Philologe m (-n)
philologist; linguist
Philologie f
philology; language studies
philologisch  
philological; linguistic
philonisch  
of Philo
philos. abr
philosophieren; philosophisch
Philosoph m (-en), n-noun
philosopher
Philosophaster  m
 philosophaster; dabbler in philosophy
Philosophem  n (-e)
 philosopheme, philosophical theorem; philosophical dictum; philosophical problem
Philosophen n-noun
see Philosoph
Philosophenschule f (-n)
school of thought
philosophia perennis  
 Lat: perennial philosophy
philosophia prima  
 Lat: first philosophy
Philosophie  f (-n)
 philosophy; P. der Geisteswissenschaft - philosophy of the humanities, philosophy of the human sciences; P. des Als-Ob - philosophy of (the) as if, as-if philosophy; P. des Geistes - philosophy of spirit or mind
Philosophiebegriff  m
 concept of philosophy
Philosophiedidaktik  f
 didactics of philosophy
Philosophiegeschichte f
history of philosophy
philosophieren  vr
to philosophize; to reflect, theorize
philosophisch adj, adv
philosophic(al); philosophically; p. Gewißheit - philosophical certainty; p. Gotteslehre - philosophical theology; p. Glaube - philosophical faith or believe
Philo von Alexandrien  m
 Philo of Alexandria
Phils. abr
Philosophie
PhJ abbr
Philosophisches Jahrbuch der Görres-Geselschaft. Fulda
phlegmatic  
phlegmatic
Phlegmatiker m (-)
phlegmatic
Phlm. abr
Philemon(brief) - Philemon
Phlogistontheorie  f
 phlogiston theory
Phm abr
Philemon(brief) - Philemon
PhM abbr
Philosophische Monatshefte. Berlin
phon. abr
phonetisch
phön. abr
phönizisch
Phon. abr
Phonetik(er); Phonologie
Phon n
phon
Phonationsatmung f (-en)
speech breathing
Phonem n (-e)
phoneme; unpaariges P. - non-paired phoneme
Phonematik f
phonemics
phonematisch  
phonemic
Phonembegriff m (-e)
phoneme concept
Phonembetonung f
phoneme stress
Phonemdauer f (-en)
phoneme length
Phonemdefinition f (-en)
phoneme definition
Phonemfolge f (-n)
phoneme sequence
Phonemfrequenz f (-en)
phoneme frequency
Phonemglied n (-er)
phoneme member
Phonemgrenze f (-n)
phoneme boundary
Phonemgruppe f (-n)
phoneme boundary
Phonemhäufigkeit f
phoneme frequency
Phonemik f
phonemics
Phonemisierung f
phonemicization
Phonemkategorie f (-n)
phoneme category
Phonemklasse f (-n)
phoneme class
Phonemkombination f (-en)
phoneme combination
Phonemkontrast m (-e)
phoneme contrast
Phonemopposition f
phoneme opposition
Phonempaar n (-e)
phoneme pair
Phonemrealisierung f
phoneme realization
Phonemreihe f (-n)
phoneme series
Phonemvariante f (-n)
allophone, phoneme alternant; phoneme member; phoneme variant
Phonemverbindung f (-en)
phoneme juncture
Phonemverteilung f (-en)
phoneme distribution
Phonemwechsel m (-)
phoneme alternation
Phonemzusammenfall m
phoneme merger
Phonetik f
phonetics; phonotactics
phonetisch  
phonetic
Phonik f
phonics
Phönikien  
Phoenicia
Phönikier m
Phoenician
phönikisch  
Phoenician
phonisch  
phonic
Phönizien  
Phoenicia
Phönizier m (-)
Phoenician or Phenician
phönizisch  adj
Phoenician or Phenician
phonol. abr
phonologisch
Phonol. abr
Phonologie
Phonologie f
phonology
phonologisch  
phonemics, phonological
Phonologisierung f
phonologization, phonemicization
Phonozentrismus  m
 phonocentrism
Phoronomie  f
 phoronomy
Phot. abr
Photographie
Photo n (-s)
photograph
photogr. abr
photographieren; photographiert; photographisch
Photorealismus  m
 photorealism
PhR abbr
Philosophische Rundschau. Tübingen
Phrase f (-n)
phrase
Phraseologie f
phraseology
phrasieren  
to phrase
Phrasierung f (-en)
phrasing
Phrasierungszeichen n (-)
phrasing mark
Phrastik  f
 phrastic (Hare)
PhRef abbr
Philosophia Reformata. Kampen
PhRel abbr
Philosophia Religionis. Assen
Phrenologie f
phrenology
PhRev abbr
Philosophical Review. New York
Phron abbr
Phronesis. A Journal for Ancient Philosophy. Assen
phronesis No information yet.
phrygisch  
Phrygian
Phylakterion f (-rien)
phylactery, (pl) phylacteries, tefillin
physikalisch  
physical
Physikalismus  m
 physicalism
Physikotheologie  f (sg)
 physico-theology (teaching of the necessity of the existence of God based on rational observation of the order in nature)
physikotheologisch  adj
physico-theological; physikotheologischer Beweis or Gottesbeweis - physico-theological proof or proof of God (of the existence of God as creator)
Physiognomik  f
 physiognomy, anthroposcopy
Physiologie  f
 physiology; P. der reinen Vernunft - physiology of pure reason (Kant); P. des menschlichen Verstandes - physiology of human understanding (Kant)
Physische  n
 the physical
Pianoforte n
pianoforte
Pienarablaß m (-"e)
plenary indulgence
Pienarkonzil n (-e)
plenary council
piet. abr
pietistisch
Piet. abr
Pietismus
Pieta f (-s)
pieta
Pietägefühl n
feeling of reverence
pietas
Lat: piety
Pietät  
piety, reverence, devotion; attachment
pietätlos  
irreverent, disrespectful
Pietätlosigkeit f
irreverence
Pietismus m
pietism; Pietism
Pietist m (-en)
Pietist
Pilatus m
Pilate
Pilatusakten  
the Acts of Pilate
Pilger m (-)
pilgrim
Pilgerfahrt f (-en)
pilgrimage, pilgrim´s journey
Pilgerflasche f (-n)
pilgrim bottle; pilgrim flask; canteen
Pilgerin f (-nen)
woman pilgrim
Pilgerkirche f (-n)
pilgrimage church
Pilgerkirche f (-n)
pilgrimage church
Pilgerkleid n (-er)
garb, pilgrim's dress
pilgern vi
to go on a pilgrimage, make a pilgrimage
Pilgerpfad m (-e)
pilgrim trail
Pilgerschaft f
pilgrimage
Pilgerstab m (-"e)
pilgrim's staff
Pilgerstraße f (-n)
pilgrimage road
Pilgerväter f
Pilgrim Fathers
Pilgerzeichen n (-)
pilgrims badge
Pilgrim m (-e)
pilgrim
Pinakothek f
Pinacotheca (a picture gallery in Munich)
Pinsel m (-)
paintbrush
Pinselei f
daubing, dabbling
Pithos m
pithos; storage; jar
pittoresk  adj
 picturesque
PJ abbr
Palästina-Jahrbuch des deutschen evangelischen Instituts.
Pkt. abr
Punkt
Pkte. abr
Punkte
pl. abr
pluralisch; Plural; planmäßig
PL abbr
Patrologiae Cursus Completus (Patrologia Latina). – Series Latina. Jacques-Paul Migne, ed. Paris
PLA abbr
Philosophischer Literaturanzeiger. München
Placet n
placet
plagal  
plagal
Plagiat n (-e)
plagiarism; piracy
Plagiator m (-en)
plagiarist, pirate
plagiieren  
to plagiarize
Plakat n (-e)
poster; place card; bill
Plan m (-"e)
plain; expanse; field (of battle); battleground
Planet m (-en)
planet; constellation
Planetensystem n (-e)
planetary system
Planung  f (-en)
 planning
Plarität  f (-en)
 polarity
Plastik  f (-en)
Skulptur - sculpture; Bildhauerkunst - plastic art
plastisch  
plastic
Plastizität f
plasticity
Platane f (-n)
plane
Platitüde f (-n)
cliche, trivialities, platitude
Plato(n)  m
 Plato
Platoniker m (-)
Platonist
platonisch  adj, adv
Platonic or Platonian; platonically, unworldly, spiritual(ly)
Platonismus m
Platonism
platonistisch  
platonic, platonistic
platt  
flat
plattdeutsch  
Low German
plätten  
to flatten
Plattenfibel f (-n)
two-piece or disc fibula
Plattenfuge f (-n)
joint between two slabs or plates
Plattner m (-)
(artisan who makes and decorates armor)
Platz m (-"e)
place; (city) square; space; location; field; position; room; seat; am P. sein - be pertinent, appropriate
Platzhalter m (-)
Phil: place-holder; Ling; anticipatory word
Platzregen m (-)
rain
Plausibilität  f
 plausibility
plausibl  adj
 plausible
Plebejer m (-)
plebeian
plebejisch  
plebeian, low, vulgar
Plebiszit  n
 plebiscite
Plenarium n (-rien)
(liturgical book containing the readings for Mass)
Plenum n
plenum chorus (organ)
Pleonasmus m (-en)
pleonasm, redundancy
Pleonexie  f
 greed, acquisitiveness
pln. abr
paulinisch
Plotin  m
 Plotinus
plotinische Metaphysik  f
 Plotinian metaphysics
plötzlich adj, adv
sudden(ly); abrupt; all at once
Plq. abr
Plusquamperfekt
Pls abr
Paulus
Plur. abr
Plural
plur. abr
pluralisch
Plural m (-e)
plural
Pluralendung f (-en)
plural ending
pluralisch  adj
 plural
Pluralismus m
pluralism
pluralistisch  adj
 pluralistic
Pluralität  f
 plurality
Pluriformität f
pluriformity
plus  
plus; above
Plus n
plus sign, increase; profit; advantage; surplus
Plusquamperfekt n (-e)
past perfect, pluperfect (tense)
Plusquamperfektum n (-a)
past perfect, pluperfect (tense)
Pluszeichen n (-)
plus sign; positive sign
Plutokratie  f
 plutocracy
plutonisch  
Plutonian
Plymouthbrüder  
Plymouth, Brethren, Darbyites
P.M. abr
Lat: Pontifex Maximus
PMIZG abbr
Protestantische Monatsblätter für innere Zeitgeschichte. Gotha
Pneuma f
pneuma, spirit; soul; (the) Holy Spirit
Pneumatik f (-), (-en)
pneumatic (system); pneumatic (action), pneumatics
Pneumatikertum n
a sort of spirit-endowment
Pneumatismus  m
 pneumatism
Pneumatokratie f
pneumatocracy
Pneumatologie f
pneumatology, doctrine of the Holy Spirit
pneumatologisch  
pneumatological
PO abbr
Patrologia Orientalis. Paris
Pöbel m
mob, populace, people, rabble
pöbelhaft  
vulgar, low, plebeian
Pöbelhaftigkeit f
vulgarity, rudeness, coarseness
Pöbelherrschaft f
mob rule
Pöbelvolk n
mixed multitude
pochen  
to knock, to tab, to beat, to throb, to pound
Pocken  
smallpox; boils of Egypt
Podium n (-ien)
podium
Podiumsdiskussion f (-en)
panel discussion
Podiumsgespräch n (-e)
panel discussion
poena
Lat: punisment
poenitentia
Lat: penance, penitence; repentance, contrition
Poesie f
poetry
poet. abr
poetisch
Poet m (-en)
poet
Poetik f
poetics
Poetin f (-nen)
poetess, woman poet
poetisch  
poetic
Poetisierung  f
 poeticization
Pogrom  m/n (-e)
 pogrom
Poiesis  f
 poiesis (Aristotle)
poietisch  adj
 poietic
Poimenik f
poimenics, pastoral theology
Pointillismus  m
 pointillism
pol. abr
polarisieren; polarisiert; polemisieren; polemisch; politisch
Pol. abr
Polarisierung; Polarität; Polemik; Politik(er); Prolog; Politik; Polel
Pol m (-e)
sphere; pole
Polare  f
 polar line
Polarität f (-en)
polarity
Polemik f
polemic; controversy; polemics
Polemiker m (-)
controversialist
polemisch  
polemic
polemisieren  
to carry on a controversy
Polemologie  f
 polemology
Polen n
Poland
polieren  
to burnish; to finish (surface); to polish
Polierer m (-)
rubber; burnisher; polisher
Poliermesser n (-)
polishing-knife
poliert pp
polished; burnished; auf der Scheibe p. - ring-burnished, wheel-burnished
Polis  f
 city state
polit. abr
politisch
Politik f
politics, policy
Politiker m (-)
politician
Politikwissenschaft f
political science
politisch
political; politic
Politur f (-en)
burnishing; polishing
polnisch  
Polish
Polster n (-)
cushion; pillow; bolster
Polyc abr
Brief des Polykarp
polyg. abr
polygam
Polyg. abr
Polygamie; Polygamist
Polygamie f
polygamy
Polyk. abr
Lat: Epistula Polycarp
polymetrisch  
polymetric
polymythisch  adj
 polymythical
polyphon  
polyphonic
Polyphonie  f
 polyphony
polyrhythmisch  
polyrhythmic
polysemantisch  adj
 polysemantic
Polysyllogismus  m
 polysyllogism
Polytheismus m
polytheism
Polytheist m (-en)
polytheist
polytheistisch  
polytheistic
polytonal  
polytonal
Polytonalität  f
 polytonality
pompeianisch  
Pompeian
pompejanisch  
Pompeian
pompös  
pompous
pönal  
penal
Pönitenz  f (-en)
 penitence, penance
pons asinorum  
 Lat: mnemonic, asses or donkey-bridge, key, crib; eine E. bauen - to give a clue or hint
Pont. abr
Pontificio
Pontifikalbuch n
the Pontificale Romanum, pontifical book
Pontifikale n (-lien)
pontifical book; pontifical vestments
Pontifikalien  
pontificality
Pontifikat n (-e)
pontificate
pontifizieren  
to pontificate
pop. abr
populär
Pope m (-n)
priest of the Greek church
populär  
popular
Popularität f
popularity
Populärkultur  f
 popular or low culture
Popularphilosophie f (-n)
popular philosophy
Populärwissenschaft  f
 popular science
Populismus  m
 populism
Pornographie f
pornography
porös
porous
Portal n (-e)
portal, main entrance
Porträt n (-s)
portrait, portrayal
Porträtmalerei  f
 portraiture
Porzellan n
china, porcelain
pos. abr
positiv; positivistisch
Posaune f (-en)
1. lit, bibl: trumpet; 2. Mus: trombone; (on the organ) trombone, buccina; 3. P. des jüngsten Gerichts - the last trumpet (sg), the trumpet of doom; zur Zeit der letzten P. - at the last trumpet
posaunen  
to play the trumpet or trombone; to sound, proclaim aloud
Posaunenblasen n
trumpet blasts
Posaunenbläser m (-)
trumpet player
Posaunenchor m (-"er)
trombone band or chorus
Posaunenengel m (-)
angel with a trumpet
Posaunenschall m
the sound of trumpet
Posaunensignal n (-e)
trumpet signal
Posaunenstoß m (-"e)
sounding of trumpets
Posaunist m (-en)
trombonist
posieren
to pose
Position f (-en)
position
positional  adj
 positional or thetic
positionell  adj
 positional goods
positiv adj
positive; positive, affirmative, constructive, favorable (answer, etc);  p. Wissen - factual or positive knowledge
Positive  n
 the positive, positivity
Positivismus m
positivism
Positivist m (-en)
positivist
positivistisch  
positivistic
Positivsatz m (-"e)
positive sentence
Poss. abr
Possession; Possessiv
Poss.-Pron. abr
Possessivpronomen
Posse f (-n)
farce; comedy-farce
posse non peccare
Lat: able not to sin
possessiv  
possessive
Possessivität  f
 possessiveness
Possessivpronomen n
possessive pronoun
Possessivsuffixy n (-e)
possessive suffix
possest  
 Lat, Phil: ability to be; potentiality for being
Possibilismus  m
 possibilism
Postexistenz  f (-en)
 post-existence
Postille f
book of homilies
postindustriell  adj
 post-industrial
Postkolonialismus  m
 post-colonialism
Postkommunismus  m
 post-communism
Postludium n
postlude
Postmaterialismus  m
 post-materialism
Postmillennarismus m
postmillenarianism
Postmoderne  f
 postmodernism
Postprädikament  n (-e)
 postpredicaments
post rem
Lat: after the thing
Postskriptum n (-ta)
postscript (P.S.)
Poststrukturalismus  m
 poststructuralism
Postulat  n (-e)
 postulate; thesis; assumption; claim; demand; Rom Cath: postulancy
postulieren  
to postulate
postulierend  adj
 postulational
POT abbr
Princeton Oriental Texts. Princeton, N.J.
Potemkinsches Dorf  n
 Potemkin village
potentia
Lat: power; p. absoluta - absolute power; p. ordinata - ordained power
Potential n
potential
potential  
potential
Potentialwert  m
 potential value
potentiell  adj
 potential
Potenz f (-en)
Phil: power; potency
Potenz-Akt-Lehre f
potentiality-actuality theory (Aristotle)
Potenzmenge f
Phil: power set
Potenzreihe f
Phil: power series
potestas
Lat: authority, rule; p. ecclesiae - the power of the church; p. privata - the power of privat judgment
Pr.-Doz. abr
Privatdozent
Pr.-Korr. abr
Privatkorrespondenz
Präcentor m (-en)
precentor (medieval: director of the choir services; same as German; Vorsänger)
präceptiv
preceptive
prachtvoll  
splendid, magnificent, superb
Präd. abr
Prädikat
präd. abr
prädikativ
Prädestination f
predestination
Prädestinationslehre f (-n)
dogma of predestination
prädestinieren
to predestinate; to foreordain
Prädetermination  f
 predetermination
Prädeterminismus  m
 predeterminism (Aquinas)
Prädikabilien  pl
 predicables, praedicabilia
Prädikabilität  f
 predictability
Prädikant m (-en)
preacher
Prädikat n (-e)
predicate, verb; title, predicate; grading, rating, mark(s)
Prädikatenkalkül  m/n
 predicate calculus
Prädikatenlogik  f
 predicate logic
Prädikatenprädikat  n
 second-order predicate
Prädikation f
predication
prädikativ  
predicative
Prädikativum n (va)
predicate
Prädikator  m
 predicator
Prädikatorenvariable  f
 predicate variable
Prädikatsakkusativ m (-e)
predicate accusative
Prädikatsergänzung f (-en)
predicate complement
Prädikatskonstante  f
 predicate constant
Prädikatsnomen n
predicate complement
Prädikatsnominativ m (-e)
predicate nominative
Prädikatsobjekt n (-e)
predicate object
Prädikatsteil m (-e)
predicate prong
Prädiktion  f
 prediction
prädizieren  
to describe
Prädizierung f (-en)
affirmation
praeceptum
Lat: precept
praedestinatio
Lat: predestination; p. ad salutem - predestination to salvation
Praeludium n
prelude
praeparatio evangelica
Lat: preparation for the gospel
praesentia
Lat: presence; closeness, nearness; p. localis sine corporalis - local or bodily presence; p. realis - real or true presence; p. sacramentalis - sacramental presence; p. substantialis - substantial, true or real presence
präexistent  
pre-existent
Präexistentialismus  m
 pre-existentialism
Präexistenz No information yet.
Präexistenzidee f (-n)
idea of preexistence
Präfekt m (-en)
prefect ; governor
Präferenzlogik  f
 logic(s) of preference(s), preference logic(s)
Präferenzmodell  n
 preferential model
Präferenzordnung  f
 preference order, order of preference
Präfiguration  f (-en)
prefiguration; archetype; prtotype
Präfix n (-e)
prefix
Präfixlosigkeit f
absence of prefixes
Präformation  f 
 preformation
präformieren  
to anticipate
Prägedruck m
relief painting with a deeply etched plate
prägen
to coin; to shape, impress (on); to mould; to characterize; to mint; to stamp
Pragmatik  f
 pragmatics
pragmatisch  
pragmatic
Prägmatismus m
pragmatism
prägnant  
precise, exact, pregnant
Prägung f (-en)
coining; shaping; imprinting; moulding; mould; character; imprint
Prähistorie f
prehistory, prehistoric times
prahlen vi
to boast, brag, swagger, show off; to be loud (of colors)
Prahler m (-)
boaster, braggart; swaggerer
Prahlerei f
boast(ing), bragging; ostentation
prahlerisch adj
boastful, bragging, swaggering
Prahlhans m
braggart, boaster; showoff; loud noise
Prähominide  m
 pre-hominid
Präjudiz  f
 prejudice
Präkognition  f
 precognition
Praktiker  m
 practitioner, practical person
praktisch
practical
praktizieren  
to exercise
Prälat m (-en)
prelate; provost
Prälatur f
prelacy
präliterarisch  adj
preliterary
prälogisch  adj
 prelogical
Prämeditation  f
 premeditation
Prämisse  f (-n)
premise, premiss, ground; obere P. - major premise or premiss; untere P. - minor premise or premiss
prana  
 Sanskrit: life force, air
pränex  adj
 prenex
präontologisch  adj
 preontological
präp. abr
präparieren; präpariert; präpositional
Präposition f (-en)
preposition
Präpositionalfall m ('e)
preppositional
Präpositionalkasus m
prepositional case
Präpositionalobjekt n (-e)
prepositional modifier or phrase
Prärogativ n (-e)
prerogative
präs. abr
präsent; präsentisch; präsidieren; präsumtiv
Präs. abr
Präsens ; Präsent; Präsentant; Präsentation; Präsentierung; Präsenz; Präservativ; Präsident(schaft); Präsidium; Präsumtion
Präsapiensmensch  m (-en)
 pre-sapiens man
Präsens n (-ntia)
present tense
Präsenspartizip n (-ien)
present participle
präsent  
present
Präsentation f (-en)
presentation
Präsentismus  m
 presentism
Präsenz f
presence; present tense
Präsenzlosigkeit f
the lack of presence
Präsenzzeit  f
 specious present
Präsident m (-en)
president
Präskription f (-en)
prescription, limitation
präskriptiv  adj
prescriptive; p. Ethik - prescriptive ethics
Präskriptivaussage  f
 prescriptive statement
Präskriptivismus  m
 prescriptivism
präskriptivistisch  adj
 prescriptivist
Präskriptivität  f
 prescriptivity, presciptiveness
Präskriptor  m
 prescriptor
Prasser m (-)
glutton; reveler, rake
Prasserei f
feasting, revelry, debauchery, dissipation
prästabiliert  pp, adj
 pre-established
Prästabilismus  m
 theory of/or belief in pre-established harmony
Präsumption f (-en)
presumption
Präsupposition f (-en)
presupposition
Präsuppositionstheorie  f
 presupposition theory
Prät. abr
Präteritum; Prätendent; Prätention
Prätendent m (-en)
pretender
Prätension f (-en)
pretension
Prätention f (-en)
pretension
Präterist m (-en)
preterist
präterital  
praeterite
Präteritum n (-ta)
past tense, simple past, narrative past, preterite tense
Prätorianer m (-)
praetorian; pretorian
Prätorianergarde f
Praetorian Guard
Prätorium n
praetorium
Präventivkrieg  m
 preventive war
Präventivmaßnahme  f (-en)
 preventive measure
Präventivschlag  m
 pre-emptive strike
Praxis f
practice, experience, usage, custom
praxisorientiert  adj
 practical, practice oriented
Präzedenz f
precedence
Präzedenzfall m (-"e)
precedent
Präzensbibliothek f (-en)
präzisieren
to define, render precisely
Präzisierung f (-en)
well-defined term
Präzision f (-en)
precision; accuracy
PrBl abbr
Protestantenblatt. Berlin u.a.
Prd abr
Prediger (Salomo), Kohelet - Ecclesiastes
PRE abbr
Paulys Real-Encyclopädie der classischen Alterthumswissenschaft. George Wissowa, et al. eds. Stuttgart
Pred. abr
Prediger (Salomos), Kohelot -  Ecclesiastes
predigen
to preach; (derogative):  to sermon­ize, lecture, rant
Predigen n
preaching
Prediger m (-)
preacher, minister, clergyman; der P. in der Wüste - a voice crying in the wilderness
Predigerbruder m
Dominican; der Oden der Predigerbrüder - the Dominican Order
Predigerorden m (-)
Dominican Order; order of preacher
Predigerseminar n (-e)
theological college
Predigt f (-en)
sermon; (derogative):  lecture
predigtartig  
sermon-like; homiletical
Predigtbuch n (-"er)
book or collection of homilies
Predigtstuhl m
pulpit
Predigtwort n (-e)
preached word; (main) text (of a sermon)
Preis m (-e)
price, cost; fee; value; reward; praise; um jeden P. - at any price
preisen vi
to praise, extol, glorify; to eulogize; to commend, praise
preisenswert  
extolled
Preisgabe f
surrender; exposure; disclosure; revelation
preisgeben vi
to abandon, give up, surren­der; to sacri­fice; to relinquish; to reveal, give away; to betray
presb. abr
presbyterian(er) (ische)
presbyter. abr
presbyterianisch
Presbyter m (-)
presbyter
Presbyteramt n (-"er)
presbyterate
Presbyterat n
priesthood
Presbyterialverfassung f
the Presbyterian system
Presbyterianer m (-)
Presbyterian
presbyterianisch  
Presbyterian
Presbyterianismus m
Presbyterianism
Presbyterium n (-rien)
presbytery; presbytery room
Presigesucht  f
 desire for prestige
Presse f
press
Pressefreiheit  f
 freedom of the press
pressen  
to cast (in a mould)
Prestige n
prestige; standing
preuß. abr
preußisch
Preuße m (-n)
Prussian
Preußen n
Prussia
preußisch  
Prussian
Priester m (-)
priest
Priester m (-)
priest
Priesteramt n
priesthood; office of priest
Priesterbeffchen n
clergyman's bands
Priesterbinde f (-n)
fillet
Priesterdienst m
serving as priest; executing the priest's office
Priestergewand n (-"er)
vestment
Priesterhemd n (-en)
alb, surplice
Priesterherrschaft f
priestly hierarchy; goverment or rule by clerics; hierocracy
Priesterin f (-nen)
priestess
Priesterkaste f
priestly caste
Priesterkleid n (-er)
priestly garment
Priesterkodez m
Priestly Code
priesterlich  adj
priestly; sacerdotal; p. Rasse - priestly race
Priesterreligion f
religion of the priests
Priesterrock m (-"e)
robe; mantle
Priesterschaft f (-en)
priesthood, clergy
Priesterschrift f
priestly account or document
priesterschriftlich  
priestly (account)
Priesterschurz m (-"e)
the robe of the ephod
Priestersegen n
priestly blessing
Priesterseminar n (-e)
seminary for priests
Priesterstadt f (-"e)
city for the priests
Priesterstamm m
priestly tribe
Priesterthorarede f (-n)
priest's Torah speech
Priestertrugstheorie  f
 theory of deception by priests
Priestertum n
priesthood, clergy; das allgemeine P. - the priesthood of the believers
Priesterweihe f (-n)
holy orders; ordination, ordained as a priest
prim. abr
primär;  Lat: primarius;  primitiv
Prim f
Mus: prime
prima causa
Lat: first cause
prima causatum  
 Lat: first caused
Prima-facie-Beweis  m
 prima facie evidence
Prima-facie-Pflicht  f
 prima face duty
Prima-facie-Prinzip  n
 prima facie principle
Prima-facie-Ursache  f
 prima facie cause
Prima-facie-Verpflichtung  f
 prima facie obligation or duty
Primalitäten  pl
 primalities
prima philosophia  f
 first philosophy (Aristotle)
primär adj, adv
primary, initial; basic, fundamental; prime, principal(ly), chief(ly); original; mainly; von p. Bedeutung - of primary importance or significance
Primärdaten
primary data
Primärerfahrung  f
 primary experience
Primarius m (-rien)
Hist: head or senior pastor; Mus: first violin (leader)
Primärliteratur  f
 original texts
Primärtrieb  m (-e)
 primary drive
Primärursache  f
 primary cause
Primärvorgang  m (-"e)
 primary process
Primas m (-aten)
primate; primacy
Primat No information yet.
Primatenerbe  n
 primate heritage
Primatialgewalt f
primatial authority
Primatologie  f
 primatology
Primatsanspruch m (-"e)
claim to primacy
primitive No information yet.
Primitivismus
 primitivism
Primitivität f
primitive stage
Primogenitur  f
 primogeniture
primo loco
Lat: in the first place
Primordialursache  f (-n)
 primordial cause
primum mobil  
 Lat: first mover (Aristotle)
primusinterpares
first under equal ones
Primzahl  f (-en)
 prime number
Princepsapostolorum  
Prince of the Apostles (title of honour of Peter)
principaliter  
in principle; principal
principium
Lat: principle; p. per se nota - self-evident principle; p. theologiae - fundamental principle of theology; p. unicum - the only or sole principle
principium contradictionis  
 Lat: principle or law of (non-)contradiction
principium exclusi tertii  
 Lat: principle or law of (the) excluded middle
principium identitatis indiscernibilium  
 Lat: principle of the identity of indiscernibles (Leibniz)
principium individuationis  
 Lat: principle of individuation
principium rationis sufficientis  
 Lat: principle of sufficient reason
prinz. abr
prinzipiell
Prinzip n (-ien)
principle; law; P. der Allgemeingültigkeit - principle of general or universal validity; P. der Ausdrückbarkeit - principle of expressibility; P. der durchgängigen Bestimmung - ptrinciple of complete determination (Kant); P. der Zweckmäßigkeit - principle of finality
Prinzipat n
riegn
Prinzip der Beobachtbarkeit  n
observability principle, principle of observability (Neurath)
Prinzip der Gleichförmigkeit der Natur  n
 principle of the uniformity of nature
prinzipiell adj, adv
fundamental(ly), on/in principle; as a matter of principle
Prinzipienentscheidung  f
 decision of principle
Prinzipienlehre f (-n)
teaching of principles
Prinzipienstreit m (-e)
controversy over principles
Prinzipium n (-pien)
principle
Prior m (-en)
prior
Priorat n
priorate (rank, term or office of a prior; a priorship)
Priorin f (-nen)
prioress
Priorität f (-en)
priority
Prioritätenstreit  m
 priority dispute
priv. abr
privat; privatim; privatisieren; privatisiert;  privatissime; privilegiert
Priv.-Bes. abr
Privatbesitz
Priv.-Slg. abr
Privatsammlung - private collection
privat  
private
Privatbeichte f (-n)
private confession
Privatgelehrter  m (-ten)
 private scholar; freelance scholar
Privatinitiative  f (-n)
 private initiative
Privatinteresse  n (-n)
 private interest
privatio boni  
 Lat: (evil as) the absence of God
Privation  f
 privation
Privatisierung  f
 privatization, denationalization
privativ  
privativ
Privatleben n
private life
Privatmann  m
 private person
Privatmoral  f
 private morality
Privatrecht  n
 private law
Privatsphäre f (-n)
private sphere; privacy; private life
Privatsprache  f
 private language
Privatunterricht m
private instruction or teaching; private lessons
Privileg  n
 privilege
privilegiert  adj
 privileged; p. Stände - privileged classes
PrKat abbr
Prediger und Katechet. Freiburg, Breisgau, u.a.
pro
per; pro- - pro
Pro-Argument  n
 pro-argument
Proärse  f
 proairesis, choice, preference
Probabilismus m
probabilism
probabilistisch  adj
 probabilistic
Probabilität  f
 probability
Probe f (-n)
Mus: rehearsal
Probedruck m (-e)
trial proof
proben  
to rehearse
Probezeit f (-en)
probation time
probieren  
to try; to test; to sample
probl. abr
problematisch
Probl. abr
Problem; Problematik
Problem n (-e)
problem; P. des Bösen - problem of evil
Problematik f
problems; uncertainty; ambiguity; difficulty; problematic
problematisch adj
problematic(al); p. Begriff - problematic(al) concept
problematisieren  vr
 to problematize; to question
Problemauswahl  f
 problem selection
Problembewußtsein  n
 problem awareness or consciousness
Problemfeld n (-er)
area of problems
Problemgehalt  m
 problem content
Problemgeschichte  f
 problem history, history of a/the problem
Problemkreis  m
 problem cluster
Problemlösen  n
 problem solving
Problemlöser  m
 problem solver
Problemlösungsmöglichkeit f (-en)
possibility for the resolution of problems
Problemlösungsprozeß  m
 problem-solving process
problemorientiert  adj
 problem-oriented
Problemraum  m
 problem space
Problemreduktion  f
 problem reduction
Problemstellung f (-en)
posing the problem; issue (at hand); formulation of a problem
Problemverkürzung No information yet.
Problemverschiebung  f
 problem shift
Proc. abr
Engl: Proceedings
Produkt n (-e)
product
produktiv  adj
 productive; (fig) fertile, prolific
Produktivität  f
 productivity, productiveness; prolificness
produzieren
to produce; to bring forth­/about; to cause; to grow
proemium
Lat: that which comes  first; a preface (book)
profan
profane; secular
Profanation f (-en)
profanation; desecration
Profanbau m (-ten)
secular architecture; secular building
Profane  n
 the profane
Profangeschichte f
secular history
profanieren
to profane
Profanierung f (-en)
profanation; desecration
Profanität f
secularity
Profankunst  f
 secular art
profaschistisch  adj
 profascist
Profession  f (-en)
 profession
professionell  adj
 professional
Professor m (-en)
professor
Professorenphilosophie  f
 academic or professorial philosophy
Professur f (-en)
professorship, professorial teaching position
Profil n (-e)
profile; verlorenes P. - (profile of an averted head showing only a partial profile)
Profilansicht f (-en)
side view, profile
Profitdenken  n
 profit orientation
Prognose  f (-n)
prognosis, prediction, forecast
Prognostik  f
 prognostics, profnostic science, forecasting, science of prediction
Prognostizismus  m
 prognosticism
progr. abr
programmatisch; progammieren; programmiert; progressiv
Progr. abr
Programm; Programmierung; Progreß; Progression;  Progressist; Programmschrift
Programm n (-e)
program; schedule
Programmatik  f
 goal, aim
Progression  f (-en)
 progression
Progressismus  m
 progressivism
Progressist  m (-en)
 progressive, progressist
progressiv  adj
 progressive
Progressus  m
 progression
Progreß  m (-sse)
 progress
Proj. abr
Projekt; Projektierung; Projektion; Projektor
Projekt  n (-e)
 project; scheme
projektieren  vr
 to project; to scheme
Projektion f (-en)
projection; flächentreue P. - equivalent projection, equal area projection; vermittelnde P. - compromise projeciton
Projektionsprinzip  n
 projection principle
projizierbar  adj
 projectible
projizieren vr
to project
Prokeimenon n
prokeimenon
Proklamation f
proclamation; assertion
proklamieren vr
to proclaim; to announce; to declare
Proklise f (-n)
proclitic
Prol. abr
Proletariat; Proletarier; Prolog
Prolepsis f
prolepsis
proleptisch  
proleptic
Proletariat n
proletariat
Proletarier m (-)
proletarian
proletarisch  
proletarian
Proletkult  m
 proletcult
Proliferation  f (-en)
 proliferation
Prolog m (-e)
prologue/prolog
prometheisch  adj
 Promethian
prominent  
prominent, outstanding
Promiskuität f
promiscuity
promissio
Lat: promise
promissorisch  adj
 promissive
Promotion f (-en)
promotion
promovieren  
to confer a degree; to graduate, to take a degree; to promote
Promulgation f (-en)
promulgation
Pron. abr
Pronomen
Pronomen n (-), (-mina)
pronoun
pronominal  
pronominal
Propaganda f
propaganda; publicity
propagieren  
to propagate, publicize, advertise
Propagierung f (-en)
propagation
Propensitäten  pl
 propensities
Propensitätsinterpretation  f (-en)
 propensity interpretation
proph. abr
prophetisch; prophezeien; prophylaktisch
Proph abbr
Prophezei. Schweizer Bibelwerk für die Gemeinde. Zürich
Prophet m (-en)
prophet; die großen Propheten - Major Prophets; die kleinen Propheten - Minor Prophets
Prophetendienst m
prophetic ministry
Prophetengabe f (-n)
prophetic gift
Prophetenjünger m (-)
son of the prophets
Prophetenlegende f (-n)
prophetic legend
Prophetenschaft f
prophethood; the prophets
Prophetenschar f
procession of prophets
Prophetenspruch m (-"e)
pophetic utterance
Prophetentum n
prophethood
Prophetenwort n (-e)
prophetic word
prophetia
Lat: prophecy
Prophetie f (-n)
prophecy; word of the Lord
Prophetin f (-nen)
prophetess
prophetisch
prophetic
Prophetismus m
prophetism
prophezeien  
to prophesy
Prophezeiung f (-en)
prophecy; prediction; prophesying
propitiatorisch  
propitiatory
Proponent  m (-en)
 proponent
Proportion f (-en)
proportion
Proportionalität  f
 proportionality
Proportionalitätsanalogie  f
analogy of proportion or proportionality
proportioniert  adj
 proportioned
Proportionierung f (-en)
proportion(s); proportioning
Proportionskanon  
 
Proportionslehre f (-n)
theory of proportion
propositional  adj
 propositional
Propositionskalkül  m/n
 propositional calculus
Propositium n (-ta)
Proposta  
 
proprietates terminorum  
 Lat: properties of terms
Proprium n
proper; P. Missae - proper of the mass; P. de tempore - proper of the season; P. Sanctorum - proper of the saints
Propst m (-"e)
provost
propter
Lat: because or on account of (quod - which)
Propyläen  
propylaeum
pros. abr
prosaisch; prosodisch
Prosa f
prose
Prosadichtung f
prose poetry; fiction (literature)
Prosaerzählung f (-en)
prose narrative
Prosagattung f (-en)
prose form
Prosagebet n (-e)
prose prayer
prosaisch  
pose
Prosastil m
prose style
Prosatext m (-e)
prose text
Prosatz  m
 prosentence
Proselyt m (-en)
proselyte; neophyte; convert; Proselyten machen - to proselytize
Proselytenmacherei f
proselytism
Proselytentaufe f (-n)
proselyte baptism
Proselytismus m
proselytism
prosentential  adj
 prosentential
Proskynese f (-n)
(depiction of) adoration with bended knees
Proskynesis f (-sen)
(depiction of) adoration with bended knees
Prosodem n
Prosodie f
prosody
Prosodik
prosodisch  
prosodic, prosodial; p. Eigenschaften - configurational feature
prospektiv  adj
 prospective
Prosperität  f
 prosperity
Prostitution f
prostitution
Prostration f
prostration
Prostylos m (-oi)
prostyle temple
Prosyllogismus  m
 prosyllogism
prot. abr
protestantisch; protestieren
Prot. abbr
Protestant. Berlin
Protest m (-e)
protest
Protest. abbr
Protestantesimo. Roma
Protestant m (-en), abbr
Protestant; Protestant. Evangelisches Gemeindeblatt. Berlin
Protestantin f (-nen)
Protestant (femaile)
protestantisch
protestant; Protestant; evangelical; die Protestantische Reformation - the Reformation
Protestantismus m
Protestantism
Protestbewegung  f
 protest movement
protestieren  
to protest
Protev. abr
Protevangelium (des Jakobus)
Protevangelium n
Lat: protevangelium - the protogospel, protevangelium
Prothese f (-n)
prothesis (Gr Orth Litur: the preparation of the Eucharist, the table on which this is done; Ling: the development of a new vocal sound or a new syllable to the beginning of a word)
Prothesengott  m
 prosthetic God
Prothesis f
prothesis (Gr Orth Litur: the preparation of the Eucharist, the table on which this is done; Ling: the development of a new vocal sound or a new syllable to the beginning of a word)
Protojesaja m
First Isaiah
protokanonisch  
protocanonical
Protologik  f
 protologic
Protome f (-n)
protome; bust or half-figure
proton pseudos  
 Lat: fallacious premise or premiss
Protophilosophie  f
 protophilosophy
Protorenaissance f
Proto-Renaissance
Protosprache f
proto-language
Prototyp  m
 prototype
Prototypensemantik  f
 prototype semantics
ProtSt abbr
Protestantische Studien. Berlin
Pro und Kontra  n
 pros and cons
Prov. abr
Provinz
Provenienz f (-en)
provenance, origin
Proverbien  n (pl)
 (book of) Proverbs
proverbienartig  
proverb-type
Proverbienbuch n
book of Proverbs
Provinz f (-en)
province(s)
Provinzialismus m
provincialism
Provinzialkirche f (-n)
provincial church
Provinziallandtag m
provincial diet
Provinzialsynodalbeschluß m (-"sse)
provincial-synodal decision
Provinzialsynode f (-n)
provincial synod, Convocation
Prozedere  n
 procedure
prozedural  adj
procedural
Prozeduren  pl
 procdures
Prozent n (-e)
percent
Prozession f (-en)
procession
prozesslos  
 without or lacking all process
prozessual adj
processes
Prozeß No information yet.
Prozeßkunst  f
 process art
Prozeßlogik  f
 process logic
prozeßorientiert  adj
 process-oriented
Prozeßphilosophie  f
 process philosophy
Prozeßstruktur  f
 process or procedural structure
Prozeßtheologie  f
 process theology
Prüfbarkeit  f
 testability
prüfen
to examine, test; to check, investigate; to try, put to the test; to inspect; to consider
Prüfer m (-)
examiner; tester; inspector
Prüfsatz  m
 test statement
Prüfung f (-en)
examination, test; trial; investigation; temptation; affliction
prügein  
to beat; to hit; to thrash
prunkvoll  
splendid, magnificent; sumptuous, gorgeous; with great pomp
przyklisch  adj
 procyclic(al)
Ps. abr
Psalm(en) - Psalms; Pseudonym; Pseudo-
Ps(s) abr
Psalm(en) - Psalms; Pseudonym; Pseudo-
Psalm m (-en)
psalm; die Psalmen - Book of Psalms, Psalter
psalmähnlich  
adin to the Psalms
psalmartig  
psalm-like
Psalmdichtung f
psalms; psalmic poetry
psalmenartig  
psalm-like
Psalmendichter m
Psalmist
Psalmenforschung f
research in the Psalms
Psalmengesang m
psalmody
Psalmensänger m (-)
psalmodist
Psalmist m
psalmist
Psalmklagelied n (-er)
lamentation Psalm
Psalmodie f
psalmody; antiphonale P. - antiphonal psalmody; responsoriale P. - responsorial psalmody
psalmodieren  
to psalmodize
psalmodisch  
psalmodic
Psalmton m
Psalm tone
Psalter m (-)
Psalter, Book of Psalms; psaltery (musical instrument)
Psalterium n (-ien)
Psalter, Book of Psalms; psaltery (musical instrument)
Psalterium Romanum m
Roman Psalter
PSB abbr
Princeton Seminary Bulletin. Princeton, N.J.
PsB abbr
Psychologische Beiträge. Meisenheim, Glan
PSBA abbr
Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archeology. London
Pseud. abr
Pseudonym
Pseudepigraph n (-en)
pseudo-epigraph
Pseudepigraphen f
Pseudepigrapha (falsely entitled, suppositious writings, ascribed to other than the real author to give them greater authority)
pseudepigraphisch  
pseudepigraphic
pseudisidorisch  
pseudisidorian
Pseudoapostel m (-)
false apostle, pseudoapostle
Pseudochristlichkeit f
pseudo-Christianity
Pseudodipteros m (-roi)
pseudo-dipteral temple
pseudologisch  
pseudological
Pseudomessias m (-sse)
pseudomessiah
Pseudomorphose No information yet.
Pseudonym n (-e)
pseudonym, assumed name; pseudonymous, fictitious
Pseudoperipteros m (-ren)
pseudo-peripteral temple
Pseudoperiteros m (-ren)
pseudo-peripheral temple
Pseudophilosophie  f
 pseudo-philosophy
Pseudoproblem  n (-e)
 pseudo-problem
pseudoreligiös  
pseudo-religious
Pseudospeziation  f
 pseudo-speciation
Pseudotatsache  f
 pseudo-fact, bogus fact
pseudotheologisch  
pseudo-theological
Pseudotugend  f
 pseudo-virtue
Pseudowissenschaft  f
 pseudoscience
Pseudozufälligkeit  f
 pseudo-randomness
PsF abbr
Psychologische Forschung. Berlin, u.a.
PSHR abbr
Princeton Studies in the History of Religions. Princeton, N.J.
Psittazismus  m
 psittacism
Psltr abr
Psalterium, Psalter
PsSal abr
Psalmen Salomos
PsSal. abr
Psalmen Salomos
PST abbr
Patristische Studien und Texte. Berlin
psych. abr
psychologisch - psychologic(al)
Psyche  f
 psyche
psychedelisch  adj
 psychedelic
Psychiater m (-)
psychiatrist
Psychiatrie f
psychiatry
psychisch  adj
 psychich; mental; psychological
Psychismus  m
 psychism
Psychoanalyse  f
 psychoanalysis
psychoanalytisch  adj
 psychoanalytic
Psychoanthropologie  f
 psycho-anthropology
Psycholinguistik No information yet.
Psychologe m (-n)
psychologist
Psychologie f (-n)
psychology
psychologisch  adj
 psychological
Psychologismus  m
 psychologism
Psychomonismus  m
 psychomonism
Psychoterror  m
 psychological terror
Psychovitalismus  m
 psychovitalism
Pt. abr
Engl: point
PT abbr
Protestantische Texte. Stuttgart
PTA abbr
Papyrologische Texte und Abhandlungen. Bonn
PTh abbr
Pastoraltheologie. Wissenschaft und Praxis. Göttingen
PThH abbr
Praktisch theologisches Handbuch. Gerd Otto, ed. Hamburg
PThHB abbr
Praktische-theologische Handbibliothek. Göttingen
ptol. abr
ptolemäisch
PTS abbr
Patristische Texte und Studien. Berlin
Ptz. abr
Partizip
publ. abr
publizieren; publiziert; publie
Publ. abr
Publikation(en); Publikum;  Publizist(ik)
Publikation f (-en)
publication
Publikum n
public; audience; viewers
Publizist m (-en)
political commentator, journalist, publicist, writer
Pult n (-e)
lectern
Pultdach n (-"er)
lean-to roof
Pulver n (-)
powder
puncta vocalia
Lat: vowel points
Punctus m
punctus, point
Punkt m (-e)
point; spot, place; item, matter, subject; period, full stop; dot
Punktation f (-en)
punctuation, draft of a contract; preliminary drafting of a treaty; punctuation, vowelization
punktieren  
Archaeol: to puncture; Mus: to dot; to sing one or more high notes an octave lower
punktiert  
dotted
Punktierung f
puncture
Punktverzlerung f (-en)
dotted decoration
Purgatorium n
Lat: purgatorium - purgatory, cleansing fire
Purifikation f
purification
Purifikatorium n
purificator
Purismus m
purism; language purity
Purist m (-en)
purist
Puritaner m (-)
Puritan
Puritanertum n
Puritanism
puritanisch  
puritan(ical)
Puritanismus m
Puritanism
Purpur m
(Tyrian or murex) purple; crimson, deep red; purple or scarlet robe
Purpurgewand n (-"er)
purple robe
Purpurhändlerin f (-nen)
dealer in purple cloth; seller of purple
Purpurkleid n (-er)
purple robe
Purpurkrämerin f (-nen)
dealer in purple cloth; seller of purple
Purpurmantel m (-")
scarlet robe
purpurn  
bluish-red, purple; crimson; scarlet; deep red
Purpurwolle f
purple wool; Mantel aus P. - purple robe of fine linen
Putte f (-n)
putto
putzen  
to clean; to polish; to shine; to groom; to decorate
PVTG abbr
Pseudepigrapha Veteris Testamenti Graece. Leiden
PW abbr
Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft. A. F. Pauly, ed. München
Pyramide f (-n)
pyramid
pyramidenförmig  
pyramidal
Pythagoreer m (-)
Pythagorean
Pythagoreisch  
Pythagorean
Pyxis  
box, pyxis