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Postby Saaropean » 2005-01-05, 10:52

German: Erde; Boden / Grund

I'd say German: die Erde; Erde

As for "earth" in the sense of "ground", here are some dictionary entries:

Erde = brownish natural substance made of stones and organic material, which forms the upper layer of the ground (unless the ground is covered with water)
Boden = surface you walk on; plantable layer of earth
Grund = piece of land, bed of a body of water, background, underground

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Postby Liisi » 2005-01-05, 11:21

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; тле [tle]

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

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Postby DelBoy » 2005-01-05, 16:42

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; тле [tle]

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)
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Postby Nukalurk » 2005-01-05, 17:17

Ron de Leeuw, Cave Canem wrote: (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)


This accent just shows where the stress lies.

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Postby Kiesiu » 2005-01-05, 17:39

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; тле [tle]

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)
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Postby kibo » 2005-01-05, 18:03

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)
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Tle is an older form, and I don't think it's used very much. (at least to me, it sounds more poetic. ;)). Tlo does mean "soil", but I'd more use it in the meaning of "ground. "Zemlja, apart from the meanings "earth" and "soil", can also mean "a country, state".
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Postby Maja » 2005-01-06, 9:37

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)
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Tle is an older form, and I don't think it's used very much. (at least to me, it sounds more poetic. ;)). Tlo does mean "soil", but I'd more use it in the meaning of "ground. "Zemlja, apart from the meanings "earth" and "soil", can also mean "a country, state".
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Postby paruha » 2005-01-06, 20:51

Ron de Leeuw, Cave Canem wrote:Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] [i](according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)

no, The only letter in Bulgarian which might get an accent is и. I guess, your dictionary just shows the stress of the word. (ok, I know stress and accent can have the same meaning but you didn't mean it like this, right? :) )


and it should be [počva] I guess, and not potsjwa, though maybe in some language written this way would be read correctly.
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Postby Car » 2005-01-06, 21:12

paruha wrote:and it should be [počva] I guess, and not potsjwa, though maybe in some language written this way would be read correctly.


Yes, looks like the Dutch transliteration.
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Postby Zaduma » 2005-01-08, 20:12

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [potsjwa] (according my dictionary, the Bulgarian word 'земя' needs an accent on я [ja]. Perhaps one of you can type that character.)
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

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Tle is an older form, and I don't think it's used very much. (at least to me, it sounds more poetic. ;)). Tlo does mean "soil", but I'd more use it in the meaning of "ground. "Zemlja, apart from the meanings "earth" and "soil", can also mean "a country, state"

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Postby kibo » 2005-01-08, 22:54

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Galician: terra; terra, solo
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [počva]
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Macedonian: земја [zemja]; земја [zemja], почва [počva]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

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Tle is an older form, and I don't think it's used very much. (at least to me, it sounds more poetic. ;)). Tlo does mean "soil", but I'd more use it in the meaning of "ground. "Zemlja, apart from the meanings "earth" and "soil", can also mean "a country, state"[/quote]
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Re: The earth, earth

Postby vijayjohn » 2017-12-30, 8:42

Uniting Irish with its other Indo-European relatives and adding Malayalam

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Boden / Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Galician: terra; terra, solo
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [počva]
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Macedonian: земја [zemja]; земја [zemja], почва [počva]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Malayalam: ഭൂമി [ˈbʱuːmi]

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

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Re: The earth, earth

Postby h34 » 2017-12-30, 9:19

Adding Evenki, Komi-Zyrian and Meadow Mari. Addition to German (Erde is often used in the sense of 'soil' as well).

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Erde, Boden, Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Galician: terra; terra, solo
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra - the Earth; la tierra - the earth (ground)

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [počva]
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Macedonian: земја [zemja]; земја [zemja], почва [počva]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj
Komi-Zyrian: му [mu]; му [mu] мусин [ˈmuɕin]
Meadow Mari: Мланде [mlanˈde] (planet Earth), тӱня [tyˈɲa] (earth, world); рок [rɔk] (soil)

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Evenki: дуннэ [dunnɛ]; тукала [tukalɑː] (soil)

Malayalam: ഭൂമി [ˈbʱuːmi]

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo
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Re: The earth, earth

Postby Linguaphile » 2017-12-31, 18:52

+ Hmong (Daw, Njua), Ingrian, Komi-Permyak, Livonian, Livvi-Karelian, Ludic, Mansi, Norwegian, Saami (Northern, Inari, Lule, Pite, Skolt, South), Swedish, Udmurt, Veps, Votic, Võro

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Erde, Boden, Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur
Norwegian: jord, jordklode; jord, jorde
Swedish: jord, jordklot; jord, jorda

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Galician: terra; terra, solo
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra; la tierra, (el suelo = ground, floor; also used in expressions such as "suelo nacional" = "home soil")

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [počva]
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Macedonian: земја [zemja]; земја [zemja], почва [počva]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Estonian: maa; maa, muld
Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj
Ingrian: maa; maa
Komi-Permyak: му [mu]; му [mu]
Komi-Zyrian: му [mu]; му [mu] мусин [ˈmuɕin]
Livonian: mō; mō
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): mua; mua
Ludic: mua; mua
Mansi: мā [mā]; мā [mā]
Meadow Mari: Мланде [mlanˈde] (planet Earth), тӱня [tyˈɲa] (earth, world); рок [rɔk] (soil)
Saami (Davvi/Northern): eana, eanaspábba; eana, eananvuođđu
Saami (Inari): eennâm, jiärnâm; eennâm, jiärnâm
Saami (Lule): ednam; ednam, giedde
Saami (Pite): ednam, jårrbo; ednam
Saami (Skolt): jânnam; jânnam, mädd
Saami (South): jåarta; jåarta, mueltie
Udmurt: му [mu]; му [mu], музъем [muzyem]
Veps: ma; ma
Votic: maa; maa
Võro: maa; maa, musta maa

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hmong (Daw): ntiaj teb; teb, av
Hmong (Njua): nplaj teb; teb, aav

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Evenki: дуннэ [dunnɛ]; тукала [tukalɑː] (soil)

Malayalam: ഭൂമി [ˈbʱuːmi]

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo[/quote]

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Re: The earth, earth

Postby księżycowy » 2017-12-31, 20:12

Added Iroquoian. Please note that some of the terms for Earth (as in the planet) are sacred.

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Erde, Boden, Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur
Norwegian: jord, jordklode; jord, jorde
Swedish: jord, jordklot; jord, jorda

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Galician: terra; terra, solo
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra; la tierra, (el suelo = ground, floor; also used in expressions such as "suelo nacional" = "home soil")

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [počva]
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Macedonian: земја [zemja]; земја [zemja], почва [počva]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Estonian: maa; maa, muld
Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj
Ingrian: maa; maa
Komi-Permyak: му [mu]; му [mu]
Komi-Zyrian: му [mu]; му [mu] мусин [ˈmuɕin]
Livonian: mō; mō
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): mua; mua
Ludic: mua; mua
Mansi: мā [mā]; мā [mā]
Meadow Mari: Мланде [mlanˈde] (planet Earth), тӱня [tyˈɲa] (earth, world); рок [rɔk] (soil)
Saami (Davvi/Northern): eana, eanaspábba; eana, eananvuođđu
Saami (Inari): eennâm, jiärnâm; eennâm, jiärnâm
Saami (Lule): ednam; ednam, giedde
Saami (Pite): ednam, jårrbo; ednam
Saami (Skolt): jânnam; jânnam, mädd
Saami (South): jåarta; jåarta, mueltie
Udmurt: му [mu]; му [mu], музъем [muzyem]
Veps: ma; ma
Votic: maa; maa
Võro: maa; maa, musta maa

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Mandarin Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hmong (Daw): ntiaj teb; teb, av
Hmong (Njua): nplaj teb; teb, aav

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Evenki: дуннэ [dunnɛ]; тукала [tukalɑː] (soil)

Malayalam: ഭൂമി [ˈbʱuːmi]

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Cayuga: ohwęjadeˀ, deyǫgwęhsiˀdagędrahgwęh; ohehdaˀ
Cherokee: ᎡᎶᎯ /elohi/; ᎦᏙᎯ /gadohi/
Mohawk: iethi’nistenha ohontsia, onhwéntsia; katsi’tsáhere
Oneida: ohwʌ́tsyaˀ; oˀkʌ́·laˀ, ohútsyaˀ
Seneca: etinö’ëh yöëdzade’; wáö́nishä’, yëödzade’, yëödza’

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo

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Re: The earth, earth

Postby Linguaphile » 2017-12-31, 21:34

księżycowy wrote:Added Iroquoian. Please note that some of the terms for Earth (as in the planet) are sacred.

Seneca: etinö’ëh yöëdzade’; wáö́nishä’, yëödzade’, yëödza’

yöëdzade’, yöëdza’ ?

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Re: The earth, earth

Postby księżycowy » 2017-12-31, 23:52

Oops, you're right. I'll fix that now. :P
Thanks for catching that.

Afrikaans: die aarde; die grond
Dutch: de aarde; de aarden / de grond
English: earth; earth, soil
Frisian: ierde; aardzje
German: Erde; Erde, Boden, Grund
Icelandic: jörð; jarðvegur
Norwegian: jord, jordklode; jord, jorde
Swedish: jord, jordklot; jord, jorda

Catalan: La Terra (the earth); El terra, el sòl (the soil)
French: la (planète) terre; de la terre
Galician: terra; terra, solo
Italian: la terra; terra, suolo
Portuguese: Planeta Terra; Terra
Spanish: la Tierra; la tierra, (el suelo = ground, floor; also used in expressions such as "suelo nacional" = "home soil")

Irish: An Domhan (The world/Earth)/ An talamh (the ground/earth) / Cré (earth/soil)

Bulgarian: земя [zemja]; земя, почва [počva]
Byelorussian: зямля [zjamlja]; (?)
Croatian: zemlja; tle
Czech: zem; (?)
Kashubian: zemia [both earth, soil and country]
Macedonian: земја [zemja]; земја [zemja], почва [počva]
Polish: Ziemia [earth]; ziemia / gleba [soil]
Russian: земля [zemlja]; почва, грунт
Serbian: земља [zemlja]; земља [zemlja] / тлo [tlo]
Slovenian: Zemlja; zemlja, prst

Latvian: zeme [earth], augsne / traips [soil]
Lithuanian: Žemė [earth], dirva [soil]

Greek: ΓΗ (γi) is planet Earth; ΕΔΑΦΟΣ (edafos) in the ground; ΧΩΜΑ (homa) is the soil

Estonian: maa; maa, muld
Finnish: maa; maa, maaperä
Hungarian: föld (a Föld bolygó); föld, talaj
Ingrian: maa; maa
Komi-Permyak: му [mu]; му [mu]
Komi-Zyrian: му [mu]; му [mu] мусин [ˈmuɕin]
Livonian: mō; mō
Livvi-Karelian (Olonets): mua; mua
Ludic: mua; mua
Mansi: мā [mā]; мā [mā]
Meadow Mari: Мланде [mlanˈde] (planet Earth), тӱня [tyˈɲa] (earth, world); рок [rɔk] (soil)
Saami (Davvi/Northern): eana, eanaspábba; eana, eananvuođđu
Saami (Inari): eennâm, jiärnâm; eennâm, jiärnâm
Saami (Lule): ednam; ednam, giedde
Saami (Pite): ednam, jårrbo; ednam
Saami (Skolt): jânnam; jânnam, mädd
Saami (South): jåarta; jåarta, mueltie
Udmurt: му [mu]; му [mu], музъем [muzyem]
Veps: ma; ma
Votic: maa; maa
Võro: maa; maa, musta maa

Japanese: 地球(ちきゅう); 土、土壌 (つち、どじょう)

Mandarin Chinese: 地球 (earth) (dì qíu); 土,土壤 (soil) (tǔ, tǔ rǎng)

Hmong (Daw): ntiaj teb; teb, av
Hmong (Njua): nplaj teb; teb, aav

Hebrew: כדור הארץ ;קרקע

Turkish: dünya, Yer(the ground); yeryüzü, dünya, yerküre(the globe); Toprak(soil)

Evenki: дуннэ [dunnɛ]; тукала [tukalɑː] (soil)

Malayalam: ഭൂമി [ˈbʱuːmi]

Kusaiean: infohk; fohk

Basque : Lur/lur (same word)

Cayuga: ohwęjadeˀ, deyǫgwęhsiˀdagędrahgwęh; ohehdaˀ
Cherokee: ᎡᎶᎯ /elohi/; ᎦᏙᎯ /gadohi/
Mohawk: iethi’nistenha ohontsia, onhwéntsia; katsi’tsáhere
Oneida: ohwʌ́tsyaˀ; oˀkʌ́·laˀ, ohútsyaˀ
Seneca: etinö’ëh yöëdzade’; wáö́nishä’, yöëdzade’, yöëdza’

Canis: lo terra; lo suôlo


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