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Re: Butterfly

Postby Leviwosc » 2008-07-26, 15:15

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Serbian: лептир [leptir]

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Esperanto: papilio
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Re: Butterfly

Postby Leviwosc » 2008-07-26, 15:53

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Serbian: лептир [leptir]

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Esperanto: papilio
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Re: Butterfly

Postby Narbleh » 2008-07-26, 15:58

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Serbian: лептир [leptir]

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Esperanto: papilio

Sjal: avan
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Re: Butterfly

Postby Timpul » 2008-07-27, 19:31

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Polish: motyl
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Esperanto: papilio

Sjal: avan

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Re: Butterfly

Postby Supreemio » 2008-07-27, 22:27

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]


Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Polish: motyl
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Esperanto: papilio

Sjal: avan

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Re: Butterfly

Postby amoeba » 2008-07-30, 6:43

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Esperanto: papilio

Sjal: avan

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Re: Butterfly

Postby Formiko » 2008-07-30, 8:14

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Portuguese: borboleta
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa
Occitan: parpalhon
Lombard: parpajon

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Greek: πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiak: taqalukisaq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Esperanto: papilio

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Re: Butterfly

Postby Tukkumminnguaq » 2009-01-28, 15:17

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caqelngataq (Yup'ik)
saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq (Seward Inupiaq)
taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq (Inupiaq)
saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq (Inuvialuktun)
taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq (West Inuktitun)
taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq... (East Inuktitut)
saggalikitaak (Labrador)
isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq(Kalallisut)
taqulikihaaq (North Greenlandic)
isaqqiiq (East Greenlandic)

qopalgo-tkó-c'e-n (Chukchee)
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Re: Butterfly

Postby Emandir » 2009-01-28, 19:23

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) / Falter (m)
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin

Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo
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Re: Butterfly

Postby h34 » 2019-06-11, 20:18

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Estonian: liblikas
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo

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Re: Butterfly

Postby Linguaphile » 2019-06-12, 0:17

+ Achi, Akateko, Chorti, Chuanqiandian Hmong, Chuj, Enets, Estonian dialects (Kihnu, Kuusalu, Mulgi), Hmong Daw, Hmong Njua, Hungarian, Inari Saami, Iu Mien, Kaqchikel, K'iche', Kildin Saami, Komi-Permyak, Livonian, Livvi-Karelian, Ludic, Lule Saami, Náhuatl, Nenets, Northern Mansi, Poqomam, Q'anjob'al, Skolt Saami, South Saami, Thai, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Tz'utujil, Veps, Votic, Võro, Zapotec


Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Thai: ผีเสื้อ [pʰǐː sɯ̂ːa]

Chuanqiandian Hmong: nboux nbaif
Hmong Daw: npauj npaim
Hmong Njua: npauj npaim
Iu Mien: sopc bang

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Náhuatl: papalotl

Zapotec: biguidi'

Akateko: tzolol
Achi: tz'iriuut
Chorti: pejpem
Chuj: namnich
Kaqchikel: palamax
K'iche': pepe, pempen, penpen
Poqomam: p'aramp'an
Q'anjob'al: tzolol
Tzeltal: pejpen
Tzotzil: pepen
Tz'utujil: pepe'

Enets: леблюку (lebljuku)
Erzya: нимиляв (nimiljav)
Estonian: liblikas
Estonian (Kihnu dialect): lipikäs
Estonian (Kuusalu dialect): lipligäs
Estonian (Mulgi dialect): liblik
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Hungarian: lepke, pillangó
Inari Saami: piäi'vááloddááš
Kildin Saami: а̄лльп (āll'p)
Komi-Permyak: бабыв (babõv)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Livonian: libālabā, liepālind
Livvi-Karelian: liipukku
Ludic: liipak
Lule Saami: biejvvelådde
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Nenets: ламбӑрё (lambăpjo)
Northern Mansi: ла̄панты (lāpantõ)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Skolt Saami: pei'vvlå'dd
South Saami: biejjielåbloe
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)
Veps: lipkaine
Votic: unilintu
Votic (Kõrvõttula dialect): lehtilintu
Võro: liblik, tsibiläne

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo

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Re: Butterfly

Postby laoshu » 2019-06-12, 2:28

Adding Hindi


Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]
Hindi: तितली [titli]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Thai: ผีเสื้อ [pʰǐː sɯ̂ːa]

Chuanqiandian Hmong: nboux nbaif
Hmong Daw: npauj npaim
Hmong Njua: npauj npaim
Iu Mien: sopc bang

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Náhuatl: papalotl

Zapotec: biguidi'

Akateko: tzolol
Achi: tz'iriuut
Chorti: pejpem
Chuj: namnich
Kaqchikel: palamax
K'iche': pepe, pempen, penpen
Poqomam: p'aramp'an
Q'anjob'al: tzolol
Tzeltal: pejpen
Tzotzil: pepen
Tz'utujil: pepe'

Enets: леблюку (lebljuku)
Erzya: нимиляв (nimiljav)
Estonian: liblikas
Estonian (Kihnu dialect): lipikäs
Estonian (Kuusalu dialect): lipligäs
Estonian (Mulgi dialect): liblik
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Hungarian: lepke, pillangó
Inari Saami: piäi'vááloddááš
Kildin Saami: а̄лльп (āll'p)
Komi-Permyak: бабыв (babõv)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Livonian: libālabā, liepālind
Livvi-Karelian: liipukku
Ludic: liipak
Lule Saami: biejvvelådde
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Nenets: ламбӑрё (lambăpjo)
Northern Mansi: ла̄панты (lāpantõ)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Skolt Saami: pei'vvlå'dd
South Saami: biejjielåbloe
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)
Veps: lipkaine
Votic: unilintu
Votic (Kõrvõttula dialect): lehtilintu
Võro: liblik, tsibiläne

Cherokee: ᎧᎹᎹ kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo
Native: (id)
Speaks: (zh)(en-us)(hi)

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Re: Butterfly

Postby h34 » 2019-06-12, 14:12

Moksha, Chuvash, (Volga-)Tatar

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]
Hindi: तितली [titli]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Thai: ผีเสื้อ [pʰǐː sɯ̂ːa]

Chuanqiandian Hmong: nboux nbaif
Hmong Daw: npauj npaim
Hmong Njua: npauj npaim
Iu Mien: sopc bang

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Náhuatl: papalotl

Zapotec: biguidi'

Akateko: tzolol
Achi: tz'iriuut
Chorti: pejpem
Chuj: namnich
Kaqchikel: palamax
K'iche': pepe, pempen, penpen
Poqomam: p'aramp'an
Q'anjob'al: tzolol
Tzeltal: pejpen
Tzotzil: pepen
Tz'utujil: pepe'

Enets: леблюку (lebljuku)
Erzya: нимиляв (nimiljav)
Estonian: liblikas
Estonian (Kihnu dialect): lipikäs
Estonian (Kuusalu dialect): lipligäs
Estonian (Mulgi dialect): liblik
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Hungarian: lepke, pillangó
Inari Saami: piäi'vááloddááš
Kildin Saami: а̄лльп (āll'p)
Komi-Permyak: бабыв (babõv)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Livonian: libālabā, liepālind
Livvi-Karelian: liipukku
Ludic: liipak
Lule Saami: biejvvelådde
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Moksha: мелав (melav), мелавна (melavna)
Nenets: ламбӑрё (lambăpjo)
Northern Mansi: ла̄панты (lāpantõ)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Skolt Saami: pei'vvlå'dd
South Saami: biejjielåbloe
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)
Veps: lipkaine
Votic: unilintu
Votic (Kõrvõttula dialect): lehtilintu
Võro: liblik, tsibiläne

Chuvash: лĕпĕш (~ lõpõš), dial. лĕпĕ (~ lõpõ)
(Volga-)Tatar: күбәләк (~ kübäläk)

Cherokee: kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo

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Re: Butterfly

Postby Linguaphile » 2019-06-12, 15:45

+ Awakateko, Cuicatec, Ingrian, Itzá, Ixil, Karelian, Mixtec, Poqomchi', Q'eqchi', Sakapulteko.

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]
Hindi: तितली [titli]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Thai: ผีเสื้อ [pʰǐː sɯ̂ːa]

Chuanqiandian Hmong: nboux nbaif
Hmong Daw: npauj npaim
Hmong Njua: npauj npaim
Iu Mien: sopc bang

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Cherokee: kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Náhuatl (Huauchinango): papalotl
Náhuatl (Tetelsingo): pöpölutl
Náhautl (Juárez): meme

Cuicatec: y'ava
Mixtec (Alacatlatzala): tikivá
Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco): tikuva
Mixtec (Yosondúa): tɨkuva
Zapotec (Juchitán): biguidi'
Zapotec (Teotitlán del Valle): bigidy
Zapotec (Tlacochahuaya): begidy

Achi: tz'iriuut
Akateko: tzolol
Awalkateko (Chalchitán dialect): slup
Chorti: pejpem
Chuj: namnich
Itzá: pepem
Ixil: naavi', nam
Kaqchikel: palamax
K'iche': pepe, pempen, penpen
Poqomam: p'aramp'an
Poqomchi': pejpem
Q'anjob'al: tzolol
Q'eqchi': peepem
Sakapulteko: suluuy
Tzeltal: pejpen
Tzotzil: pepen
Tz'utujil: pepe'

Enets: леблюку (lebljuku)
Erzya: нимиляв (nimiljav)
Estonian: liblikas
Estonian (Kihnu dialect): lipikäs
Estonian (Kuusalu dialect): lipligäs
Estonian (Mulgi dialect): liblik
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Hungarian: lepke, pillangó
Inari Saami: piäi'vááloddááš
Ingrian: unilintu
Karelian: liipukkaine
Kildin Saami: а̄лльп (āll'p)
Komi-Permyak: бабыв (babõv)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Livonian: libālabā, liepālind
Livvi-Karelian: liipukku
Ludic: liipak
Lule Saami: biejvvelådde
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Moksha: мелав (melav), мелавна (melavna)
Nenets: ламбӑрё (lambăpjo)
Northern Mansi: ла̄панты (lāpantõ)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Skolt Saami: pei'vvlå'dd
South Saami: biejjielåbloe
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)
Veps: lipkaine
Votic: unilintu
Votic (Kõrvõttula dialect): lehtilintu
Võro: liblik, tsibiläne

Chuvash: лĕпĕш (~ lõpõš), dial. лĕпĕ (~ lõpõ)
(Volga-)Tatar: күбәләк (~ kübäläk)

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo

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Re: Butterfly

Postby Multiturquoise » 2019-06-13, 22:18

Azerbaijani, Bashkir, Crimean Tatar, Gagauz, Georgian, Karachay-Balkar, Karakalpak, Kazakh, Khakas, Kumyk, Kyrgyz, Laz, Mingrelian, Nogai, Southern Altai, Svan, Turkish, Turkmen, Tuvinian, Uyghur, Uzbek, Yakut

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]
Hindi: तितली [titli]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Thai: ผีเสื้อ [pʰǐː sɯ̂ːa]

Chuanqiandian Hmong: nboux nbaif
Hmong Daw: npauj npaim
Hmong Njua: npauj npaim
Iu Mien: sopc bang

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Cherokee: kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Náhuatl (Huauchinango): papalotl
Náhuatl (Tetelsingo): pöpölutl
Náhautl (Juárez): meme

Cuicatec: y'ava
Mixtec (Alacatlatzala): tikivá
Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco): tikuva
Mixtec (Yosondúa): tɨkuva
Zapotec (Juchitán): biguidi'
Zapotec (Teotitlán del Valle): bigidy
Zapotec (Tlacochahuaya): begidy

Achi: tz'iriuut
Akateko: tzolol
Awalkateko (Chalchitán dialect): slup
Chorti: pejpem
Chuj: namnich
Itzá: pepem
Ixil: naavi', nam
Kaqchikel: palamax
K'iche': pepe, pempen, penpen
Poqomam: p'aramp'an
Poqomchi': pejpem
Q'anjob'al: tzolol
Q'eqchi': peepem
Sakapulteko: suluuy
Tzeltal: pejpen
Tzotzil: pepen
Tz'utujil: pepe'

Enets: леблюку (lebljuku)
Erzya: нимиляв (nimiljav)
Estonian: liblikas
Estonian (Kihnu dialect): lipikäs
Estonian (Kuusalu dialect): lipligäs
Estonian (Mulgi dialect): liblik
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Hungarian: lepke, pillangó
Inari Saami: piäi'vááloddááš
Ingrian: unilintu
Karelian: liipukkaine
Kildin Saami: а̄лльп (āll'p)
Komi-Permyak: бабыв (babõv)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Livonian: libālabā, liepālind
Livvi-Karelian: liipukku
Ludic: liipak
Lule Saami: biejvvelådde
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Moksha: мелав (melav), мелавна (melavna)
Nenets: ламбӑрё (lambăpjo)
Northern Mansi: ла̄панты (lāpantõ)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Skolt Saami: pei'vvlå'dd
South Saami: biejjielåbloe
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)
Veps: lipkaine
Votic: unilintu
Votic (Kõrvõttula dialect): lehtilintu
Võro: liblik, tsibiläne

Azerbaijani: kəpənək
Bashkir: күбәләк (~ kübäläk)
Chuvash: лӗпӗш (~ lõpõš), dial. лӗпӗ (~ lõpõ)
Crimean Tatar: köbelek
Gagauz: kelebek
Karachay-Balkar: гебенек (~ gebenek)
Karakalpak: guʻbelek
Kazakh: көбелек (kóbelek)
Khakas: хубаған (~ hubağan)
Kumyk: гюмелек (~ gümelek)
Kyrgyz: көпөлөк (~ köpölök)
Nogai: куьпелек (~ küpelek)
Southern Altai: кӧбӧлӧк (~ köbölök)
Tatar: күбәләк (~ kübäläk)
Turkish: kelebek
Turkmen: kebelek
Tuvinian: ховаган (~ hovagan)
Uyghur: كېپىنەك (képinek)
Uzbek: kapalak
Yakut: үрүмэччи (~ ürümeççi)

Georgian: პეპელა (p'ep'ela)
Laz: ფარფალი (parpali)
Mingrelian: ფარფალია (parpalia)
Svan: პარპოლდ (p'arp'old)

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo[/quote]
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Re: Butterfly

Postby Homine.Sardu » 2019-06-14, 16:53

Added Sardinian

Afrikaans: vlinder / skoenlapper'
Anglo Saxon: fifoldara
Danish: sommerfugl ('summer bird')
Danish (North Jutland): sommerflue ('summer fly')
Danish (South Jutland): skurvefugl
Dutch: vlinder (m)
English: butterfly
Faroese: firvaldur, fiðrildi, summarfuglur (for some reason, I'm sure, that 'summarfuglur' is a breed of 'firvaldur/fiðrildi' but I need to look into this
Frisian: flinter (m)
German: Schmetterling (m) (< East Middle German 'Schmetten' for cream, compare Czech 'smetana'). / Falter (m)
German (parts of Switzerland): Sommervogel ('summer bird')
Icelandic: fiðrildi
Low German: Bottervagel ('butter bird')
Middle English: buterflie
Old English: buttorfleoge
Norwegian (Bm): sommerfugl [/full] ('summer bird')
Norwegian (Nn): sumarfugl/sommarfugl [/fugl]
Swedish: fjäril
Yiddish: פֿלאַטערל [flaterl]

Breton: ballafen
Irish: féileacán
Scottish Gaelic: Amadan-dè / Cailleach-oidche / calaman-dè / gròmag

Catalan: papallona
French: papillon
Galician: bolboreta
Italian: farfalla
Lombard: parpajon
Occitan: parpalhon
Portuguese: borboleta
Provençal: parpaioun
Romanian: fluture
Sardinian : mariposa
Spanish: mariposa

Polish: motyl
Russian: бабочка
Serbian: лептир [leptir]
Silesian: šmaterlok

Lithuanian: drugelis
Latvian: tauriņš

Greek (Ancient) : η ψυχή
Greek (Modern): πεταλούδα [petaludha]

Persian: پروانه [parvâne]
Hindi: तितली [titli]

Arabic (Standard): فراشة (f) [farāsha]
Hebrew: פרפר [parpar]

Sumerian : giriš

Khalka Mongol: эрвээхэй [erveehey]

Japanese: ちょうちょう [chōchō], ちょう [chō]

Korean: 나비 Romanization "nabi" IPA /napi/--> [nabi]

Taiwanese (Hokkien): 蝴蝶 [_o'diab], ya-a

Paiwan (native to Taiwan): kalidungudungul

Thai: ผีเสื้อ [pʰǐː sɯ̂ːa]

Chuanqiandian Hmong: nboux nbaif
Hmong Daw: npauj npaim
Hmong Njua: npauj npaim
Iu Mien: sopc bang

Samoan: pepe

Hawai‘ian: pūlelehua
Reo Māori (CI): pepe
Reo Māori (NZ): pēpepe, pūrerehua
Tahitian: pepe (daytime), pūrehua (night)
Vānanga Rapa Nui :pepa, peparere

Cebuano: alibangbang, kaba-kaba
Waray Waray: rapudapo
Tagalog: paruparo, paparo, mariposa

Malayalam: poompatta
Malay: kupukupu, ramarama

Aleut: muulix
Alutiiq: caqeɫngaataaq/caqaɫngatak/saqalngatak
East Greenlandic: isaqqiiq
East Inuktitut: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/saʁalikitaaq...
Greenlandic: taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Inuktitut: tarralikitaaq
Inupiaq: taqalukisaq/taqalakichaq/qalukisaq
Inuvialuktun: saqalukitaq/saqalikitaaq
Kalallisut: isaqqilliq/taqaliqisaaq/taqaleqisaaq, pakkaluaq, paluaq, utsuppaluaq
Labrador: saggalikitaak
North Greenlandic: taqulikihaaq
Seward Inupiaq: saʁaɫangitaq/sẹʁiniʁitaq
Siberian Yupik: yaqeɫengusiq/yaqeɫengetaq
West Inuktitun: taqalikitaaq/taʁalikitaaq/haqaliqitaaq
Yup'ik: caqelngataq

Cherokee: kámama (Also means elephant!)

Navajo: k’aalógii

Náhuatl (Huauchinango): papalotl
Náhuatl (Tetelsingo): pöpölutl
Náhautl (Juárez): meme

Cuicatec: y'ava
Mixtec (Alacatlatzala): tikivá
Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco): tikuva
Mixtec (Yosondúa): tɨkuva
Zapotec (Juchitán): biguidi'
Zapotec (Teotitlán del Valle): bigidy
Zapotec (Tlacochahuaya): begidy

Achi: tz'iriuut
Akateko: tzolol
Awalkateko (Chalchitán dialect): slup
Chorti: pejpem
Chuj: namnich
Itzá: pepem
Ixil: naavi', nam
Kaqchikel: palamax
K'iche': pepe, pempen, penpen
Poqomam: p'aramp'an
Poqomchi': pejpem
Q'anjob'al: tzolol
Q'eqchi': peepem
Sakapulteko: suluuy
Tzeltal: pejpen
Tzotzil: pepen
Tz'utujil: pepe'

Enets: леблюку (lebljuku)
Erzya: нимиляв (nimiljav)
Estonian: liblikas
Estonian (Kihnu dialect): lipikäs
Estonian (Kuusalu dialect): lipligäs
Estonian (Mulgi dialect): liblik
Finnish: perhonen, perho
Hill Mari: лӹпӹ (lypy)
Hungarian: lepke, pillangó
Inari Saami: piäi'vááloddááš
Ingrian: unilintu
Karelian: liipukkaine
Kildin Saami: а̄лльп (āll'p)
Komi-Permyak: бабыв (babõv)
Komi-Zyrian: бобув (bobuv) / бобул- (bobul-)(before vowels)
Livonian: libālabā, liepālind
Livvi-Karelian: liipukku
Ludic: liipak
Lule Saami: biejvvelådde
Meadow Mari: лыве (lõve), лывылык (lõvõlõk), сöмка (sömka)
Moksha: мелав (melav), мелавна (melavna)
Nenets: ламбӑрё (lambăpjo)
Northern Mansi: ла̄панты (lāpantõ)
Northern Sami: beaiveloddi
Skolt Saami: pei'vvlå'dd
South Saami: biejjielåbloe
Udmurt: бубыли (bubyli)
Veps: lipkaine
Votic: unilintu
Votic (Kõrvõttula dialect): lehtilintu
Võro: liblik, tsibiläne

Azerbaijani: kəpənək
Bashkir: күбәләк (~ kübäläk)
Chuvash: лӗпӗш (~ lõpõš), dial. лӗпӗ (~ lõpõ)
Crimean Tatar: köbelek
Gagauz: kelebek
Karachay-Balkar: гебенек (~ gebenek)
Karakalpak: guʻbelek
Kazakh: көбелек (kóbelek)
Khakas: хубаған (~ hubağan)
Kumyk: гюмелек (~ gümelek)
Kyrgyz: көпөлөк (~ köpölök)
Nogai: куьпелек (~ küpelek)
Southern Altai: кӧбӧлӧк (~ köbölök)
Tatar: күбәләк (~ kübäläk)
Turkish: kelebek
Turkmen: kebelek
Tuvinian: ховаган (~ hovagan)
Uyghur: كېپىنەك (képinek)
Uzbek: kapalak
Yakut: үрүмэччи (~ ürümeççi)

Georgian: პეპელა (p'ep'ela)
Laz: ფარფალი (parpali)
Mingrelian: ფარფალია (parpalia)
Svan: პარპოლდ (p'arp'old)

Esperanto: papilio
Cámpe: combóno
Drow: vynnessia
lweltelk: keli-fta
Quenya: wilwarin
Sjal: avan
Wasaqalu: susumbunu, xâvo


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