English-German translation for "hedgehog"

"hedgehog" German translation

hedgehog
[ˈhedʒh(ɒ)g] American English | amerikanisches EnglischUSalso | auch a. [-hɔːg]noun | Substantiv s

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  • Igelmasculine | Maskulinum m
    hedgehog zoology | ZoologieZOOL Gattg Erinaceus
    hedgehog zoology | ZoologieZOOL Gattg Erinaceus
  • Stachelschweinneuter | Neutrum n
    hedgehog zoology | ZoologieZOOL Erethizon dorsatum American English | amerikanisches EnglischUS
    hedgehog zoology | ZoologieZOOL Erethizon dorsatum American English | amerikanisches EnglischUS
  • stachlige Fruchtor | oder od Samenkapsel
    hedgehog botany | BotanikBOT spiny fruit or seed capsule
    hedgehog botany | BotanikBOT spiny fruit or seed capsule
  • Griesgrammasculine | Maskulinum m
    hedgehog rare | seltenselten (grouch, misery) figurative(ly) | figurativ, in übertragenem Sinnfig
    hedgehog rare | seltenselten (grouch, misery) figurative(ly) | figurativ, in übertragenem Sinnfig
  • Igelstellungfeminine | Femininum f
    hedgehog military term | Militär, militärischMIL position
    hedgehog military term | Militär, militärischMIL position
  • Drahtigelmasculine | Maskulinum m
    hedgehog military term | Militär, militärischMIL with wire
    hedgehog military term | Militär, militärischMIL with wire
  • (Art) Nassbaggermasculine | Maskulinum m
    hedgehog engineering | TechnikTECH type of digger
    hedgehog engineering | TechnikTECH type of digger
  • Wasserbombenwerfermasculine | Maskulinum m
    hedgehog nautical | Nautik/SchifffahrtSCHIFF military term | Militär, militärischMIL for throwing depth charges
    hedgehog nautical | Nautik/SchifffahrtSCHIFF military term | Militär, militärischMIL for throwing depth charges
hedgehog aloe
hedgehog aloe
Was ist der Unterschied zwischen einem Igel und einem Stachelschwein?
What's the difference between a hedgehog and a porcupine?
Source: Tatoeba
Das Schnäuzchen des Igels war neugierig emporgereckt.
The hedgehog's snout stretched upwards in curiosity.
Source: Tatoeba
Erinaceus: Gehört zur Familie der Igel; von der Natur eines Igels.
Erinaceous: pertaining to the hedgehog family; of the nature of a hedgehog.
Source: TED
Erinaceus: Gehört zur Familie der Igel; von der Natur eines Igels.
Erinaceous: pertaining to the hedgehog family; of the nature of a hedgehog.
Source: TED
Hast du schon einmal einen Igel angefasst?
Have you ever touched a hedgehog?
Source: Tatoeba
Sie ging also, sich nach ihrem Igel umzusehen.
So she went in search of her hedgehog.
Source: Books
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