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römischer Schlag {m} (Uhr) Roman striking (timepiece)

(römischer) Meilenstein {m} [hist.] milliarium

Titus Flavius Domitianus; Domitian (ein römischer Kaiser) [hist.] Titus Flavius (Caesar) Domitianus (Augustus), Domitian (a Roman emperor)

Vespasian (römischer Kaiser) [hist.] Vespasian (Roman emperor)

Gartensalat (Lactuca sativa) [bot.] [cook.] garden lettuce; lettuce [listen]

Kochsalat {m}; Bindesalat {m}; Römersalat {m}; Römischer Salat {m}; Romagnasalat {m}; Romanasalat {m}; Lattich [Schw.] (Lactuca sativa var. longifolia) Romaine lettuce; cos lettuce

Blattsalat {m}; Schnittsalat {m}; Pflücksalat {m}; Rupfsalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. crispa) looseleaf lettuce, cutting lettuce; bunching lettuce

Eichblattsalat {m}; Amerikanischer Pflücksalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. foliosa) oak leaf salad

Spargelsalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. asparagina/angustana) celtuce; stem lettuce; celery lettuce; asparagus lettuce; Chinese lettuce

Kopfsalat {m}; Häuptelsalat {m} [Nordostdt.] [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Häuptel {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.] [ugs.]; Butterkopfsalat {m}; Grüner Salat [Dt.] (Lactuca sativa var. capitata) butterhead lettuce; head lettuce [Am.]; Boston lettuce; Bibb lettuce

Krachsalat {m}; Knacksalat {m} (Lactuca sativa var. capitata nidus tenerimma) crisphead salad; crisphead lettuce

Eisbergsalat {m} [Dt.] [Schw.]; Eissalat {m} [Dt.] [Ös.]; Bummerlsalat {m} [Ös.] iceberg lettuce

Bataviasalat {m} summercrisp lettuce; Batavian crisp lettuce; French crisp lettuce

Tempel {m} [arch.] [relig.] temple [listen]

Tempel {pl} temples

römischer Tempel Roman temple

Felsentempel {m} rock temple

Thymiane {pl}; Quendel {pl} (Thymus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.] thymes (botanical genus)

echter Thymian; Gartenthymian, römischer Quendel, Kuttelkraut (Thymus vulgaris) common thyme

römisch {adj} /röm./ Roman /Rom./

römisches Alphabet Roman alphabet

römischer Kalender Roman calendar

römische Ziffer {f} Roman numeral

Lemur {m}; Larva {m} (römischer Totengeist) [relig.] [hist.] lemur; larva (Roman spirit of a dead person)

Lemures {pl}; Larvae {pl} lemures; larvae