dog (Q144)

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domestic animal
  • domestic dog
Language Label Description Also known as
English
dog
domestic animal
  • domestic dog

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Un gos d'atura català (Catalan)
Okraman (Akan)
كلب (Arabic)
Куче (Bulgarian)
কুকুর (Bangla)
Pas (Bosnian)
Gos (Catalan)
Oeškese (Cheyenne)
Pes (Czech)
Hund (Danish)
Hund (German)
Avu (Ewe)
Σκύλος (Greek)
Dog (English)
Hundo (Esperanto)
Kodukoer (Estonian)
Koer (Estonian)
Peni (Estonian)
Txakur (Basque)
Zakur (Basque)
سگ (Persian)
kesykoira (Finnish)
Koira (Finnish)
Chien (French)
(Hüs)hünj (Northern Frisian)
Can (Galician)
‘Īlio (Hawaiian)
כלב (Hebrew)
कुत्ता (Hindi)
Pas (Croatian)
chyen (Haitian Creole)
Kutya (Hungarian)
Anjing (Indonesian)
Madra (Interlingue)
Hundur (Icelandic)
Cane (Italian)
イヌ (Japanese)
(Korean)
Can (Ligurian)
Куче (Macedonian)
നായ (Malayalam)
പട്ടി (Malayalam)
Нохой (Mongolian)
Anjing (Malay)
Kelb (Maltese)
Hond (Dutch)
Hund (Norwegian Nynorsk)
Hund (Norwegian Bokmål)
Łééchąąʼí (Navajo)
pies (Polish)
cachorro (Portuguese)
cadela (female) (Portuguese)
Cão (Portuguese)
câine (Romanian)
собака (Russian)
cani (Sardinian)
බල්ලා (Sinhala)
සුනඛයා (Sinhala)
Qen (Albanian)
Пас (Serbian)
Hund (Swedish)
Tamhund (Swedish)
நாய் (Tamil)
కుక్క (Telugu)
สุนัข/หมา (Thai)
Aso (Tagalog)
Köpek (Turkish)
Can (Venetian)
dog (Volapük)
(Chinese)
Hond (Afrikaans)
115±15 beats per minute
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Cardiovascular System: The Heart and Vessels of Mammals, Birds, Fish and Amphibians (English)
23 December 2016
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Dog
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34. millennium BCE
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