⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'fellah' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN1   a fellah | fellahin / fellaheen
NOUN2   fellah | fellahs
fellahFellache {m}
fellah [female]Fellachin {f}
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Übersetzung für 'fellah' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Fellache {m}
fellah [female]
Fellachin {f}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • An Ottoman village list from about 1870 showed the village, called "Chirbet abu-fellah", had a population of 265, with a total of 58 houses, though the population count only included men.
  • As a concept closely related to the land, agriculture and indigenousness, the ideal image of the Palestinian put forward at this time was that of the peasant (in Arabic, "fellah") who stayed put on his land, refusing to leave.
  • There are 250 fellah (farmers), many of whom have abandoned their fields because of the scarcity of water.
  • "Blackfella" (also "blackfellah", "blackfulla", "black fella", or "black fellah") is an informal term in Australian English to refer to Indigenous Australians, in particular Aboriginal Australians, most commonly among themselves.
  • These systems combine fiducial markers and machine vision to output the location and orientation of colony members multiple times per second and have, among other insights, revealed the social network structure of ant "Camponotus fellah".
  • "Camponotus fellah" is a species of ant in the subfamily Formicinae found across the Middle East and North Africa.
  • "The Egyptian Peasant" is a book by Henry Habib Ayrout about the life of the Egyptian peasant ("fellah"). It is regarded as a major work on the subject.
  • The origin of the name Fella is not entirely clear, however, the common belief is that it was derived from the Egyptian word "fellah" meaning farmer or peasant.
  • Watherbury, Le fellah marocain, détenteur du trône by Rémi Leveau, Maroc, Impérialisme et Immigration by A.
  • Khamees 'the Rat' - A childless fellah, of the Jammal lineage, which had its fortunes improved in the redistribution of land from the Egyptian revolution of 1952. Witty, with a keen sense of humour.
  • The title refers to an Egyptian fellah, or peasant, but statue appears to be a copy of a Roman statue of Antinous, a favorite of the Emperor Hadrian, which was discovered in the excavation of Hadrian's villa in Tivoli in 1739.
  • Aqil was adamantly a Bedouin and once remarked to William Lynch that it would be a "disgrace" to "till the ground like a "fellah".
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