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 Übersetzung für 'Kaua'i o o' von Englisch nach Deutsch
orn.T
Kaua'i o-o [Moho braccatus]
Schuppenkehlmoho {m}
orn.T
Kaua'i o-o [Moho braccatus]
Kauai-Krausschwanz {m}
Teiltreffer
orn.T
Moloka'i 'Ō'ō [Moho bishopi] [extinct] [also: Molokai oo]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m} [ausgestorben]
orn.T
Moloka'i o-o [Moho/Acrulocercus bishopi]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m}
orn.T
Moloka'i o-o [Moho/Acrulocercus bishopi]
Molokai-Krausschwanz {m}
orn.T
O'ahu 'Ō'ō [Moho apicalis] [extinct] [also: Oahu oo]
Krausschwanzmoho {m} [ausgestorben]
orn.T
O'ahu 'Ō'ō [Moho apicalis] [extinct] [also: Oahu oo]
Oʻahu ʻŌʻō {m} [ausgestorben]
orn.T
O'ahu 'Ō'ō [Moho apicalis] [extinct] [also: Oahu oo]
Weißspitzen-Krausschwanz {m} [ausgestorben]
Internet
You only live once. <YOLO, Y.O.L.O.>
Man lebt nur einmal.
relig.
Oblates of the Mother of Orphans <O.M.O.>
Oblatinnen {pl} der Mutter der Waisen
jack-o'-lantern [archaic] [will-o'-the wisp]Irrlicht {n}
orn.T
Bishop's 'Ō'ō [Moho bishopi] [extinct] [also: Bishop's oo]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m} [ausgestorben]
orn.T
Bishop's o-o [Moho/Acrulocercus bishopi]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m}
orn.T
Bishop's o-o [Moho/Acrulocercus bishopi]
Molokai-Krausschwanz {m}
relig.
Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance <OCSO, O.C.S.O.>
Orden {m} der Zisterzienser von der strengeren Observanz <O.C.S.O>
or near offer <o.n.o.>Verhandlungs­basis {f} <VB, VHB>
relig.
Trappists <OCSO, O.C.S.O.>
Trappisten {pl}
I/O typewriterEingabe-Ausgabe-Schreibmaschine {f}
electr.
I/O [PLC]
E/A {pl} [SPS] [Eingänge/Ausgänge]
comp.
object-relational mapping <ORM, O/RM, O/R mapping>
objektrelationale Abbildung {f} <OR-Abbildung>
med.
alert and orientated {adj} <A&O , A/O> [esp. Br.]
wach und orientiert
med.
aware and orientated {adj} <A&O , A/O> [esp. Br.]
wach und orientiert
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Übersetzung für 'Kaua'i o o' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Kaua'i o-o [Moho braccatus]
Schuppenkehlmoho {m}orn.T

Kauai-Krausschwanz {m}orn.T

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Moloka'i 'Ō'ō [Moho bishopi] [extinct] [also: Molokai oo]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m} [ausgestorben]orn.T
Moloka'i o-o [Moho/Acrulocercus bishopi]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m}orn.T

Molokai-Krausschwanz {m}orn.T
O'ahu 'Ō'ō [Moho apicalis] [extinct] [also: Oahu oo]
Krausschwanzmoho {m} [ausgestorben]orn.T

Oʻahu ʻŌʻō {m} [ausgestorben]orn.T

Weißspitzen-Krausschwanz {m} [ausgestorben]orn.T
You only live once. <YOLO, Y.O.L.O.>
Man lebt nur einmal.Internet
Oblates of the Mother of Orphans <O.M.O.>
Oblatinnen {pl} der Mutter der Waisenrelig.
jack-o'-lantern [archaic] [will-o'-the wisp]
Irrlicht {n}
Bishop's 'Ō'ō [Moho bishopi] [extinct] [also: Bishop's oo]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m} [ausgestorben]orn.T
Bishop's o-o [Moho/Acrulocercus bishopi]
Ohrbüschelmoho {m}orn.T

Molokai-Krausschwanz {m}orn.T
Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance <OCSO, O.C.S.O.>
Orden {m} der Zisterzienser von der strengeren Observanz <O.C.S.O>relig.
or near offer <o.n.o.>
Verhandlungs­basis {f} <VB, VHB>
Trappists <OCSO, O.C.S.O.>
Trappisten {pl}relig.
I/O typewriter
Eingabe-Ausgabe-Schreibmaschine {f}
I/O [PLC]
E/A {pl} [SPS] [Eingänge/Ausgänge]electr.
object-relational mapping <ORM, O/RM, O/R mapping>
objektrelationale Abbildung {f} <OR-Abbildung>comp.
alert and orientated {adj} <A&O , A/O> [esp. Br.]
wach und orientiertmed.
aware and orientated {adj} <A&O , A/O> [esp. Br.]
wach und orientiertmed.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Hawaii Sign Language is moribund with only a handful of speakers on O'ahu, Lana'i, Kaua'i and possibly Ni'ihau.
  • Ruahine is a Māori name believed to mean “wise woman”, with reference to the migrant leader's granddaughter on the Aotea canoe. A local Māori says "Kaua e whakakoria te kuku o Ruahine, kei wera!" (Don't disturb the forest of Ruahine, or it will burst into flames!), referring to the fact that attacking tribes often came down into Hawke's Bay through the passes of the Ruahine Range.
  • Polynesian peoples often recognized Corona Borealis; the people of the Tuamotus named it "Na Kaua-ki-tokerau" and probably "Te Hetu". The constellation was likely called "Kaua-mea" in Hawaii, "Rangawhenua" in New Zealand, and "Te Wale-o-Awitu" in the Cook Islands atoll of Pukapuka. Its name in Tonga was uncertain; it was either called "Ao-o-Uvea" or "Kau-kupenga".
  • The unification was completed when the king of the island of Kaua'i became a vassal to Kamehameha I in 1810 making him the first king of a unified Hawai'i.
  • Her mother was Queen Keakamahana, monarch of Hawai [...] i. Her father (and mother's cousin) was Chief Iwikau-i-kaua of O [...] ahu. She became ruler of the island on the death of her mother. She and her mother are association with the massive royal complex built at Holualoa Bay on the west side of the island.

  • Blessed John XXIII opened the Second Vatican Council on October 11, 1962, and Bishop Sweeney was a council father, one of many prelates from the United States to attend the sessions. Inspired by the reforms agreed upon in Rome, he enacted major changes to the liturgy in the Diocese of Honolulu. One of his actions was to renovate the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in keeping with the newly promulgated Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy. Soon all parishes offered Mass primarily in the vernacular in place of Latin and altars were built facing the congregation instead of the sanctuary wall. Slowly, other languages were incorporated into the Mass including the Hawaiian language. Bishop Sweeney also invited the Marist Fathers and Brothers to staff several parishes on the islands of O [...] ahu and Kaua [...] i.
  • The wahi grosbeak or O [...] ahu grosbeak ("Chloridops wahi") is a prehistoric species of Hawaiian honeycreeper. The wahi grosbeak was endemic to dry forests on the Hawaiian islands of Kaua [...] i, O [...] ahu, and Maui. Based on the thickness of its bill it fed on seeds easier to crack than those of the naio ("Myoporum sandwicense"), on which the Kona grosbeak fed. The species was already extinct when Europeans landed on the island. Being only known from fossils, its behavior and the exact reasons for its extinction are essentially unknown. Its fossils have been found throughout the islands, but were present in higher concentrations in caves. The bird was smaller than the related King Kong grosbeak ("C. regiskongi") by [...]. It had a total length of [...].
  • Māhā [...] ulepū Beach is a beach on the southeast coast of the Hawaiian island of Kauai. It is [...] long and goes from Punahoa point to Pa [...] o [...] o point. Fossils of extinct birds have been found in sand dunes along the shoreline, including the Kaua [...] i Stilt-owl ("Grallistrix auceps"), a flightless rail, and three species of goose. Close to the beach is the paleontologically important Makauwahi Cave.
  • The [...] elepaios are three species of monarch flycatcher in the genus "Chasiempis". They are endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, and were formerly considered conspecific. They measure 14 cm long and weigh 12–18 g. One species inhabits the Big Island, another O [...] ahu and the third Kaua [...] i. Being one of the most adaptable native birds of Hawai [...] i, no subspecies have yet become extinct, though two have become quite rare.
  • The kāma [...] o or large Kaua [...] i thrush ("Myadestes myadestinus") was a small, dark solitaire endemic to Kaua [...] i in the Hawaiian Islands.

  • Kaua [...] i Koki [...] o is a small tree, reaching a height of [...]. It is threatened by habitat loss.
  • Considerable confusion has been created by the existence of two distinct forms. While it cannot be completely excluded that early specimens were collected on another island, only O [...] ahu and Kaua [...] i seem possible given the history of the specimens' collection, and only on the latter island is a similar-sized species now known to have once existed. However, the bones from Kaua [...] i are in the upper size range of those found of "sandwichensis", while the specimens of the lighter form are all of smaller birds.
  • The nēnē-nui (Hawaiian: "great nēnē") or wood-walking goose (translation of "Branta hylobadistes") is an extinct species of goose that once inhabited Maui and possibly (or closely related species) Kaua [...] i, O [...] ahu and perhaps Moloka [...] i in the Hawaiian Islands. It is known from a large number of subfossil bones (several thousand bones from many dozens of individuals) found in Holocene cave sediments.
  • In Hawaii, counties compete over the cost of vehicle registration dues. Vehicles are purchased at a discount on O [...] ahu compared to the neighboring islands where there is usually only one dealer per vehicle make. Because the outlying counties issue plates starting with M (Maui County), K (Kaua [...] i), or H (Big Island of Hawai [...] i), the source of the vehicle can be identified.
  • Hawaii is a U.S. state that is an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. Of the eight major islands, Hawaii, O [...] ahu, Maui, and Kaua [...] i have major tourism industries, while it is limited on Molokai and Lāna [...] i and access to Niihau and Kahoʻolawe is restricted.

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