01772222-n 'predatory arachnid with eight legs, two poison fangs, two feelers, and usually two silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body';
Bulgarian паяк
Catalan aranya
Chinese (simplified) 蜘蛛
Danish edderkop
Greek αράχνη
English spider1 ()
Basque armiarma
Finnish hämähäkki , lukki
French araignée
Galician araña
Croatian pauk
Indonesian lelabah , lawah-lawah , labah-labah , laba-laba , galanggasi
Icelandic könguló , kónguló
Italian ragno
Japanese クモ , 細蟹 , スパイダー , 蜘蛛
Dutch spin , spinnetje , spinnen
Nynorsk edderkopp , vevkjerring
Bokmål edderkopp
Polish pająk
Portuguese aranha
Chinese (traditional) 蜘蛛
Romanian păianjen
Slovene pajek
Spanish araneae , araña
Swedish spindel
Thai แมงมุม
Malaysian lelabah , lawah-lawah , labah-labah , galanggasi
Definitions
Italian
aracnide con corpo tondeggiante e otto zampe, fornito di apparati che secernono il caratteristico filo delle ragnatele con cui cattura gli insetti
Japanese
8本の脚、2本の毒牙、および2本の触角を持ち、通常は体の後部に糸を吐き出す2つの器官がある捕食性のクモ形類動物; 彼らは糸を吐いて卵のための繭または獲物を捕るわなを作る
Romanian
animal arahnid, caracterizat prin cefalotorace cu opt picioare lungi și cu abdomenul nesegmentat, care se hrănesc cu insecte mici, prinse de obicei intr + o pânză subțire țesute de el cu ajutorul unui lichid cleios pe care îl secretă
Greek
ονομασία εντόμων χωρίς φτερά, από τα οποία το πιο γνωστό, η σπιτική αράχνη, πλέκει ιστό, όπου παγιδεύει τα έντομα με τα οποία τρέφεται
English
predatory arachnid with eight legs, two poison fangs, two feelers, and usually two silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body; they spin silk to make cocoons for eggs or traps for prey
Relations
Hyponym: barn_spider black_and_gold_garden_spider black_widow comb-footed_spider garden_spider orb-weaving_spider tarantula trap-door_spider wolf_spider
Hypernym: arachnid
Holonym–Member: araneae
Semantic Field: animaln
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ Arachnid

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.000; Future: 0.031)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.25)


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