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Norwegian-German translation for: Gott beh��te!
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Dictionary Norwegian German: Gott beh��te

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mat. (n-te) rot til(n-te) Wurzel aus
relig. gud {m}Gott {m}
Bevares!Gott behüte!
Jøss!Mein Gott!
Jøsses!Mein Gott!
Gudskjelov!Gott sei Dank!
Herregud! {m} [uform.]Ach Gott! {m} [ugs.]
Herregud! {m} [uform.]Mein Gott! {m} [ugs.]
Gud nåde deg!Gnade dir Gott!
relig. å be til gudzu Gott beten
gastr. te {m}Tee {m}
kjemi mineral. tellur {n} <Te>Tellur {n} <Te>
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