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[Subject: Geology, Meteorology, Hydrology]

- The hottest period of summer

Translated by: GUEST USER

  • Etymology: Translation of Late Latin diēs caniculārēs < translation of Greek hēmerai kynades

Translated in 64 languages


Translations63
it Italian calura; caldura; caldana; vampa; afa; canicola; solleone   View Word  - 5829344
es Spanish canícula   View Word  - 4944196
fr French canicule; grande chaleur   View Word  - 5829349
de German Hitze   View Word  - 5830229
ru Russian жара   View Word  - 5832202
ar Arabic قيظ   View Word  - 1893378
zh Chinese 三伏天; 酷热; 炎热   View Word  - 5621469
af Afrikaans smoorhitte   View Word  - 5830448
sq Albanian vapë   View Word  - 4535878
ao Aragones canicula   View Word  - 5830640
eu Basque udamin   View Word  - 5829382
bl Bolognese caldâz; calûra; sòfoc   View Word  - 5830586
bp Brazilian Portuguese canícula; calor intenso   View Word  - 5829459
br Breton gor   View Word  - 7036924
bg Bulgarian горещина   View Word  - 5829396
cb Calabrese calura   View Word  - 5829530
ca Catalan canícula   View Word  - 5638360
hr Croatian žega   View Word  - 5830211
cs Czech vedro; parno; hic   View Word  - 5830372
da Danish hede   View Word  - 5829933
nl Dutch smoorhitte; hondsdagen   View Word  - 5829509
dt Dzoratâi raveu   View Word  - 7035533
eo Esperanto hundtagoj; varmego; kanistagoj   View Word  - 3874799
et Estonian leitsak   View Word  - 5829859
fi Finnish kuumuus   View Word  - 4805348
fl Flemish hittegolf; drukkende hitte; smoorhitte   View Word  - 5829508
fu Furlan fogaç   View Word  - 5830079
gl Galician fogaxe   View Word  - 5831016
el Greek καύσωνας   View Word  - 5838255
gr Griko Salentino cama   View Word  - 5831079
he Hebrew להט   View Word  - 5829440
hu Hungarian hőség; forróság   View Word  - 5829386
is Icelandic hitasvækja   View Word  - 5830903
la Latin aestus   View Word  - 5659911
lv Latvian svelme   View Word  - 5829947
lb Limburgian hits; laf waer; de honsdaog   View Word  - 5829507
lt Lithuanian kaitra; karštis; tvankumas   View Word  - 5829718
mt Maltese għomma   View Word  - 5830846
mq Mirandolese calura   View Word  - 6839998
mo Mokshan psilma   View Word  - 5832205
md Mudnés chêla da murîr   View Word  - 7035498
nc Napulitano bafuogno; calandrella; afura; vampore   View Word  - 5829431
ni Nissart cagnart; calourassa   View Word  - 6307788
pd Paduan caldàna   View Word  - 5655181
pp Papiamentu kaníkula; ola di kalor   View Word  - 7035495
fa Persian هوای گرم   View Word  - 5829677
pi Piemontese calor   View Word  - 5832060
pl Polish skwar   View Word  - 4606488
pt Portuguese canícula   View Word  - 5829407
er Romagnolo buldèza   View Word  - 5600897
ra Roman callaccia   View Word  - 7035713
ro Romanian năduşeală; arşiţă; zăduf   View Word  - 5829712
sr Serbian спарина   View Word  - 5829931
sc Sicilian càvuru asfissianti   View Word  - 5829501
sk Slovak horúčava   View Word  - 4587469
sv Swedish värme   View Word  - 4486473
tr Turkish hararet basması   View Word  - 5831009
um Umbro-sabino callàccia   View Word  - 7035496
va Valencian canicula   View Word  - 7035525
ve Venetian caldàna; sole bronboso   View Word  - 4968921
wa Wallon canicoule   View Word  - 5841098
cy Welsh myllni; gwres llethol   View Word  - 7036921
ji Yiddish shvitsbod   View Word  - 5829768

[Subject: Ophthalmology]

- Unable to see distant objects clearly

Translated by: GIANNI GAVIOLI

Translated in 54 languages

- Leaving a job even well paid and difficult in order to do something that gives you more time and satisfaction but less money - actually it means to reduce the standard of living for an improved quality of life

Translated by: GIANNI GAVIOLI

Translated in 33 languages

[Subject: Language]

- A word that is spelled or pronounced in the same way as one or more other words but has a different meaning. Examples include the noun and adjective "fleet," "plane" and "plain," pronounced the same but spelled differently, and the verb and noun "sow," spelled the same but pronounced differently.

Translated by: ANETA SYLWIA KARWOWSKA

Translated in 18 languages

[Subject: Psychology]

- Fear of night. Fear of the dark

Translated by: SILVIA CAVALIERI

Translated in 12 languages