DEEn Dictionary De - En
DeEs De - Es
DePt De - Pt
 Vocabulary trainer

Spec. subjects Grammar Abbreviations Random search Preferences
Search in Sprachauswahl
poet
Search for:
Mini search box
 

162 results for poet | poet
Tip: Spell check / suggestions: word?

 English  German

poet; poetess (rare and slightly affected) [listen] Dichter {m}; Dichterin {f}; Poet {m} (Verfasser sprachlicher Kunstwerke) [lit.]

poets; poetesses Dichter {pl}; Dichterinnen {pl}; Poeten {pl}

Baroque poet Barockdichter {m}

poet laureate [Br.] britischer Hofdichter; britischer Hofpoet

dialect poet; dialect author Mundartdichter {m}

poet laureate [Am.] Nationaldichter {m}

tragic poet Tragödiendichter {m}; Tragiker {m} [selten]

popular poet Volksdichter {m}

decease [adm.]; demise [poet.] [listen] [listen] Ableben {n}; Hinscheiden {n} [poet.]; Hinschied {n} [poet.] [Schw.]

natural resources; mineral resources; mineral wealth; treasures of the soil [poet.] Bodenschätze {pl}; Schätze des Bodens {pl} [poet.] [min.]

boscage; boskage [poet.] Buschwerk {n}; Dickicht {n}

twilight; half-light; gloam [rare] [poet.] [listen] Dämmerlicht {n}; Dämmergrau [poet.]; Dämmer {m} [poet.]; Zwielicht {n}; Schummerlicht {n} [ugs.] [meteo.]

affiancing [poet.]; affiance [poet.]; betrothal [dated]; betrothment [dated]; espousal [archaic]; handfast [archaic]; trothplight [archaic]; plighting of your troth [archaic] Eheversprechen {n}; Verlobung {f} [soc.]

vestment; vest [poet.] [listen] Gewand {n}

tresses (of a woman) [poet.] Haarpracht {f}; Lockenpracht {f} (einer Frau)

regional writer; regional poet Heimatdichter {m}; Heimatdichterin {f}

regional writers; regional poets Heimatdichter {pl}; Heimatdichterinnen {pl}

love potion; philtre [Br.] [poet.]; philter [Am.] [poet.] Liebestrank {m}

moonlight; moonshine [poet.] [rare] Mondlicht {n}; Mondschein {m}; Mondenschein {m} [poet.]

cockleshell; cockle [poet.] Nachen {m} [poet.] (flaches Boot)

brume [poet.] Nebelschleier {m} [poet.] [meteo.]

plunder; plundering; looting; pillage; depredation, rapine [poet.]; reaving [obs.] [listen] Plündern {n}; Plünderung {f}

fount [poet.] Quell {m}; Born {m} [poet.]; Bronn {m} [poet.]

rapine [poet.] Rauben {n}

fatal epidemic disease; pestilence [poet.] tödliche Seuche {f}; Pest {f} [poet.] [med.]

dell [poet.] kleines, bewaldetes Tal {n} [geogr.]

deathlessness [humor.] [poet.] Unsterblichkeit {f}; Unvergänglichkeit {f}

sb.'s fiancée; sb.'s affianced (bride) [poet.]; sb.'s betrothed jds. Verlobte {f}; jds. Zukünftige {f} [ugs.]; jds. Auserwählte {f} [humor.] [soc.]

sb.'s fiancé; sb.'s affianced [poet.]; sb.'s betrothed [dated] jds. Verlobter {m}; jds. Zukünftiger {m} [ugs.]; jds. Auserwählter {m} [humor.] [soc.]

female wolf; she-wolf [poet.] Wolfsweibchen {n} [zool.]; Wolfsfähe {f} [Jägersprache]; Wölfin {f} [poet.]

from that time on; from then on; henceforth; thenceforth [poet.]; thenceforward [poet.] [listen] von dieser Zeit an; von diesem Zeitpunkt an; von da an; fortan [poet.] {adv}

sequestered (place) [poet.] (usually before noun) abgeschieden; weltabgeschieden {adj}; in Abgeschiedenheit (Ort)

abysmal [poet.] abgrundtief; abgründig; bodenlos {adj}

genial [poet.] angenehm; mild {adj} (Luft, Klima) [meteo.] [listen] [listen]

peregrination [poet.] ausgedehnte Reise {f}

hairy; haired; hirsute [poet.] behaart; haarig {adj}

before long; erelong [poet.] binnen kurzem [poet.]; in Kürze {adv} [listen]

scud (clouds/mist driven fast by the wind) [poet.] dahintreibende Wolkenfetzen/Nebelfetzen {pl}

in earlier times; in earlier days; in former times; in former years; in days of yore [poet.] früher; in früheren Zeiten; in alten Zeiten; seinerzeit; anno dazumal; anno dunnemals [Dt.] [ugs.] [humor.]; anno Tobak [Dt.] [ugs.] [humor.]; dereinst [poet.]; einstens [poet.]; einstmals [poet.] {adv} [listen]

in the middle; in the midst (of); amid; amidst [poet.] [listen] [listen] inmitten {prp; +Gen.} (umgeben von, mitten in) [listen]

lyric poet; lyricist; verse writer; verse-maker; versifier lyrischer Dichter {m}; lyrische Dichterin {f}; Lyriker {m}; Lyrikerin {f}; Poet {m}; Versschmied {m} [lit.]

lyric poets; lyricists; verse writers; verse-makers; versifiers lyrische Dichter {pl}; lyrische Dichterinnen {pl}; Lyriker {pl}; Lyrikerinnen {pl}; Poeten {pl}; Versschmiede {pl}

stilly [poet.] regungslos; unbewegt {adv}

to pour aroundsth.; to circumfuse sth. [poet.] etw. rundherum/ringsherum [geh.] gießen; vergießen; schütten {vt}

to spread aroundsth.; to circumfuse sth. [poet.] etw. rundherum/ringsherum [geh.] verteilen {vt}

ebon [poet.] schwarz wie Ebenholz {adj} [poet.]

to ravish (a woman) [poet.] [listen] (einer Frau) Gewalt antun; die Unschuld rauben {v} [poet.]

engaged couple; affianced couple [poet.] verlobtes Paar {n}; zwei Verlobte {pl} [soc.]

to affiance [poet.]; to betroth [dated]; to plight [archaic] sb. to sb. jdn. jdm. versprechen [altertümlich]; jdn. mit jdm. verloben {vt} [soc.]

waxy; wax-like; waxen [fig.] [poet.]; cereous [obs.] wachsartig; wachsweich; wächsern [poet.] {adj}

vinaceous; vinous [poet.] weinrot {adj}

withered; sere; sear [poet.] welk; dürr; verdorrt; vertrocknet {adj} [envir.] [bot.]

to gather; to constellate [poet.] several things [listen] mehrere Dinge zusammenführen; zusammenstellen; versammeln [geh.] {vt} [listen]

He is about as much a poet as the man in the moon. Wenn der ein Dichter ist, bin ich der Kaiser von China/der Weihnachtsmann.

Dichterliebe ('The Poet's Love'; song cycle of Robert Schumann) Dichterliebe {f} [mus.]

Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, ancient poet) Horaz (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, Dichter der Antike) [hist.]

Michelangelo (Ital. painter, sculptor, architect and poet) Michelangelo (ital. Maler, Bildhauer, Architekt und Dichter)

Anacreon (Greek ancient lyric poet) Anakreon (griechischer Lyriker der Antike) [hist.]

darkling {adj} [poet.] düster {adj}; finster {adj}; dunkel {adj} [listen] [listen]

More results >>>
No guarantee of accuracy or completeness!
©TU Chemnitz, 2006-2020
Your feedback:
Ad partners


Sprachreisen.org