09847010-n 'a pauper who lives by begging';
Catalan mendicant , pidolaire , captaire , demanaire
English beggar1 ( ) , mendicant ()
Basque eskale , eskeko
Farsi گدا , درویش
Finnish kerjäläinen
French gueux , mendiant
Galician mendigo , pobre , esmoleiro
Hebrew GAP!
Croatian prosjak
Indonesian pengemis
Italian pezzente , paltoniere , paltone , accattone , accattatozzi , accattapane , mendico , postulante , povero , questuante , mendicante
Japanese 物もらい , 菰かぶり , 薦被り , 陪堂 , 物貰い , お薦 , お菰 , お貰 , 袖乞い , 菰被り , 菰被 , 非人 , 薦かぶり , 物貰 , 御貰い , 御貰 , 物乞 , 乞児 , 乞匈 , 乞丐 , 乞食 , 乞丐人 , , 門乞食 , 薦被 , 物乞い
Lithuanian elgeta
Dutch bedelman , armoedzaaier , bedelaar
Polish żebrak , dziad
Portuguese pedinte , mendigo
Chinese (traditional)
Romanian cerșetor
Slovak žobrák
Slovene prosjak , berač
Spanish mendigo
Thai คนขอทาน , ขอทาน
Malaysian pengemis , peminta sedekah
Definitions
Italian
persona che vive di accattonaggio
Japanese
物乞をして生活する貧者
Romanian
Persoană care cere de pomană.
English
a pauper who lives by begging
Relations
Hyponym: beggarman beggarwoman moocher panhandler sannyasi
Hypernym: pauper
Instance: lazarus
Semantic Field: personn
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