fish translations
Translations of the word "fish" in different languages
Abenaki - namas, Afrikaans - vis, Ainu - ceh, cep, Aklanon - isda, Alabama - ɬaɬo, Albanian - peshk, Anglo-Saxon - fisc, Arabic - سمك (samak), Aramaic - נון (nun), Armenian - ձուկ (łowk) or tsoug, Assyrian - nooynaa, Asturian - pexe, Avestan - masyô, Ayapathu - nga\'a, Aymara - chawlla, Azeri - balıq, Basque - arrain, Bavarian - fiisch, Bemba - isabi, Bengali - machh, Bergamasco - pès, Blackfoot - mamíí, Bolognese - pass, Bosnian - riba; Brazilian - peixe, fish, Breton - pesk, Bulgarian - риба (ryba), Byelorussian - рыба, Calabrese - pisciu, pisci, Caló - maché, machó, Cambodian (Khmer) - t\'ray, Cantonese - 魚 (yue), Catalan - peix, Catawba - yie`, Cebuano - isda, Chamorro - guihan, Chechen - ch\'cara, Cherokee - a tsa di, Cheyenne - noma\'ne, Cornish - pisk, Croatian - riba, Czech - ryba, Dagespregos - peisko, Danish - fisk, Dutch - vis, Dzoratâi - pèsson, Esperanto - fiŝo, Estonian - kala, Faeroese - fiskur, Farsi - ماهي (mahi), Finnish - kala, Fijian - ika, Flemish - vis, French - poisson, Frisian - fisk, Fulani - liingu, Galician - peixe, Gan - 鱼 (enlei), Georgian - თევზი (tevzi), German - Fisch, Greek - ιχθύς (ichthos, ancient), ψάρι, (psari, modern), Griko Salentino - atzàri, Guarani - pira, ipirã, Gujarati - માછલું (macchi), Hainanese - 鱼 (hu), Haitian creole - pwason, Hakka - 魚 (ng), Hausa - kifi, Hawaiian - i\'a, Hebrew - דג (dag), Hindi - मछली (machali), Hmong - ntses, Hungarian - hal, Huron (Wyandot) - ye,ent,so, Ibo - azu, Icelandic - fiskur, Ido - fisho, Ilocano - lames, Indonesian - ikan, Interlingua - pisce, Inuktituk - iqaluk, Inupiaq - iqaluk, Irish - iasc, Italian - pesce, Japanese - 魚 (さかな) (sakana), Javanese - iwak, Judeo-Spanish - peshe, peshkado, Kankonian - tairak, Khmer - t\'ray, Kongo - mbizi amaza, mbizi a maza, Konkani - nishtem, Korean - 물고기 (seng-son), Kunza - cacchi, Kurdish Kurmanji - masî, Kurdish Sorani - ماسی (masi), Ladino - pësc, Lao - ປາ (bpa), Lappish/Saame - guöllé, Latin - piscis, Latvish - fisribe, fisdogim, Leonese - peixe, Limburgian - vèsj, vösj, Lingala - mbisi, Lithuanian - žuvis, Loglan - ficli, Lombardo Occidentale - pès, Luxembourgish - Fësch, Maasai - osinkirri, Macedonian РИБА (ryba), Mahratta - māsolī, Malagasy - haza, trondro, Malay - ikan, Maliseeet-Passamaquoddy - nûm-es\', Maltese - huta, Mandarin - 魚 (Pīnyīn: yú), Mantuan - pes, Manx - eeast, Maori - ika, ngobi, Mapunzugun - chajwa, Marathi - मासळी (?), Marshallese - ik, Mayan - kay, Mikmaq - nméj, Mongolian - загас (zagas), Mudnés - pass, Nahuatl - michin, Neapolitan - pesce, Norwegian - fisk, Novial - fishe, Occitan - peisson, Papago - watopi, Papiamen - piska, Parmigiano - pess, Pashtu - kab, Piemontese - pess, Pig latin - ishfay, Polish - ryba, Portuguese - peixe, Potawatomi - gigos, Provencal - peis, Pugliese - pesc, Punjabi - ਮਛੀ (machi), Quechua - suchi, chaulla, Rapanui - ika, ma\'ito, Reggiano - pèss, Romagnola - pès, Romanian - peşte, Romansh - pesch, Romany - macshò, Ruanda - ifi, Russian - рыба (r\'yba), Saanich - pis, Samoan - i\'a, Sanskrit - मत्स्य (matsya), Sardinian (Limba Sarda Unificada) - pische, Sardinian Campidanesu - piscau, pisci, Sardu - písche, Scots Gaelic - iasg, Seneca (Mingo) - këtsö, Sepedi - hiapi, Serbo-Croatian - riba, Shona - hove, Sicilian - pisci, Sinhalese - ma-lu, Slovak - ryba, Slovene - ribe, Somali - kalluun, Spanish - pez, plural peces, pescado, plural pescados, Sranan - fisi, Sumerian - kua, Sundanese - lauk, ikan, Swahili - samaki, Swazi - ín-hlanti, Swedish - fisk, Swiss German - Fisch, Tagalog - isda, Tahitian - i\'a, Telegu - kakka, Thai - ปลา (plaa), Tibetan - ཉ་ (ña), Tok Pisin - pis, Triestino - pesse, Tupinambá - pirá, Turkish - balık, Turkmen - balyk, Ukrainian - риба (ryba), Urdu - مچھلی (machhli), Valencian - peix, Venetian - pesse, Vietnamese - cá, Vogul - xul, Wallon - pexhon, Welsh - pysgodyn, Yiddish - fish, Yucatec - kay, Zeneize - pescio, Zulu - inhlanzi

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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