02396427-n 'Old World wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come';
Catalan porc fer , porc senglar , senglar
Chinese (simplified) 野猪
Greek αγριόχοιρος , αγριογούρουνο , κάπρος
English Sus scrofa , boar , wild boar
Basque basurde
Farsi گراز وحشی
Finnish villisika , Sus scrofa
French verrat , sanglier
Croatian vepar , divlja svinja , Sus scrofa
Indonesian babi hutan
Italian Sus scrofa , cinghiale
Japanese イノシシ
Dutch everzwijn
Polish czarny zwierz , dzik
Portuguese porco-montês , javali , barrão , cachaço , javardo
Romanian porcmistreț , mistreț
Slovene merjasec
Thai หมูเถื่อน , หมูป่า
Malaysian babi hutan
Definitions
Italian
mammifero selvatico simile al maiale
Japanese
細い体と突出した牙を持つ、ほとんどの飼い豚の先祖の旧世界産の豚; 米国に輸入された
Romanian
animal sălbatic cu corpul masiv, acoperit cu păr aspru, negru-sur, cu greabănul înalt, capul mare, terminat cu bot alungit, cu ochii mici și cu caninii transformați în colți puternici
Greek
άγριο θηλαστικό που ζει στα δάση με σκληρό τρίχωμα και χαυλιόδοντες
English
Old World wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come; introduced in United States
Relations
Hypernym: swine
Meronym–Part: tusk
Holonym–Member: sus
Semantic Field: animaln
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ Pig

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