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P. and V. ἰατρός, ὁ (Euripides, Hippolytus 296, Troades 1233, and Ar. Pl. 406), V. ἰατήρ, ὁ, ἀκέστωρ, ὁ, ἰατρόμαντις, ὁ.

Translations

Afrikaans: dokter; Akan: dɔkota; Albanian: mjek; Amharic: ሐኪም; Arabic: طَبِيب‎, دُكْتُور‎, دُكْتُور‎, دُكْتُور‎, دُكْتُورَة‎, دُكْتُورَة‎, دُكْتُورَة‎; Egyptian Arabic: دكتور‎, حكيم‎; Moroccan Arabic: طبيب‎; Aramaic Classical Syriac: ܐܣܝܐ‎, ܐܣܝܬܐ‎; Jewish Aramaic: אָסְיָא‎, אַסְיָא‎, אָסִיתָא‎; Armenian: բժիշկ; Assamese: ডাক্তৰ, বেজ; Asturian: médicu, médica; Azerbaijani: həkim, doktor; Basque: sendagile, osagile; Belarusian: ура́ч, до́ктар, ле́кар, ле́карка; Bengali: ডাক্তার, তবীব; Breton: doktor, doktorez; Bulgarian: до́ктор, до́кторка, ле́кар, ле́карка; Burmese: ဆရာဝန်; Buryat: эмшэн; Catalan: metge, metgessa; Cebuano: mantatambal; Central Dusun: dokutul; Chechen: лор; Cherokee: ᎦᎾᎦᏘ; Chichewa: dokotala, dotolo; Chinese Cantonese: 醫生, 医生; Dungan: дэфу, щянсын; Hakka: 醫生, 医生, 先生; Mandarin: 醫生, 医生, 大夫, 醫師, 医师; Min Dong: 醫生, 医生; Min Nan: 醫生, 先生; Wu: 醫生, 医生; Chukchi: инэнмэлевыльын; Cornish: doktour, medhek, medhoges; Czech: lékař, lékařka, doktor, doktorka; Dalmatian: dotuar, medco; Danish: læge, doktor; Dutch: dokter, arts, geneesheer; Dzongkha: དྲུང་འཚོ; Emilian: dutåur; Esperanto: kuracisto, virkuracisto, kuracistino,; Estonian: arst, doktor; Evenki: аичимни; Ewe: ɖɔkta, atikewɔla; Farefare: dɔɣɔta; Faroese: lækni; Finnish: lääkäri, tohtori; French: médecin, femme médecin, docteur; Old French: fisician; Friulian: dotôr, miedi; Galician: doutor, médico; Georgian: ექიმი, მედიკოსი, მკურნალი; German: Arzt, Ärztin, Mediziner, Medizinerin, Doktor, Doktorin; Gothic: 𐌻𐌴𐌺𐌴𐌹𐍃; Greek: ιατρός, γιατρός; Ancient Greek: ἰατρός, ἰάτρια; Greenlandic: nakorsaq; Hawaiian: kauka; Hebrew: רוֹפֵא‎, רוֹפְאָה‎, דוֹקטוֹר‎; Hindi: डाक्टर, डॉक्टर, वैद्य, चिकित्सक, हकीम, तबीब; Hungarian: orvos, doktor, orvosnő, doktornő; Icelandic: læknir; Ido: mediko, medikulo, medikino; Indonesian: dokter; Interlingua: medico, doctor; Irish: lia, dochtúir; Italian: medico, dottore, dottoressa, dottore in medicina; Japanese: 医者, 医師, 先生; Kamba: ndakitali; Kazakh: дәрігер; Khmer: ពេទ្យ, ហ្ម, ពេទ្យហ្ម, វេជ្ជ; Kikuyu: ndagĩtarĩ Korean: 의사(醫師); Kurdish Central Kurdish: پزشک‎, دکتۆر‎; Northern Kurdish: bijîşk, doktor, tixtor, nojdar; Kyrgyz: дарыгер; Ladino: doktor, mediko, kechim; Lao: ໝໍ, ແພດ; Latin: medicus, medica; Latvian: ārsts, ārste; Lithuanian: daktaras, gydytojas; Lombard: dotór; Low German German Low German: Dokter, Dokterin, Doktersch, Doktersche; Luhya: dakatari, dakitari; Luo: dokta; Lü: ᦖᦸ; Macedonian: лекар, лекарка; Malay: doktor; Maltese: tabib, tabiba; Manchu: ᠣᡴᡨᠣᠰᡳ, ᡩᠠᡳᡶᡠ; Manx: lhee, fer lhee, ben lhee; Maori: tākuta, rata; Maricopa: kwsede; Martuthunira: juwayumarta; Meru: ndagitare; Mongolian: эмч; Nahuatl: ticitl; Navajo: azeeʼííłʼíní; Nepali: डाक्टर; Ngarrindjeri: putari; Ngazidja Comorian: twaɓiɓu; Norman: docteu; Norwegian Norwegian Bokmål: lege, doktor; Norwegian Nynorsk: lege, lækjar, doktor, dokter; Occitan: mètge; Okinawan: 医者; Old English: lǣċe; Oriya: ଡାକ୍ତର; Pali: vejja; Pashto: ډاکټر‎, دکتور‎, طبيب‎, حکيم‎; Persian: پزشک‎, دکتر‎, طبیب‎, حکیم‎; Plautdietsch: Oatst, Dokta; Polish: lekarz, lekarka, doktor, medyk; Portuguese: doutor, doutora, médico,, médica; Punjabi: ਹਕੀਮ; Quechua: jampiq; Romanian: medic, medică, doctor, doctoriță; Romansch: medi; Russian: врач, врачи́ха, до́ктор, до́кторша, ле́карь, ме́дик; Sanskrit: वैद्य, चिकित्सक, भिषज्; Sardinian: medicu, datori; Scottish Gaelic: lighiche, lèigh, dotair; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: лечник, лијечник, лечница, лијечница, лекар, љекар, лекарка, љекарка, врачитељ, врачитељица, здравник, здравница; Roman: lečnik, liječnik, lečnica, liječnica, lekar, ljekar, lekarka, ljekarka, vračitelj, vračiteljica, zdravnik, zdravnica; Sicilian: medicu; Sinhalese: දොස්තර, වෛද්‍යවරයා; Slovak: doktor, doktorka, lekár, lekárka; Slovene: zdravnik, zdravnica; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: gójc, duchtaŕ; Sotho: ngaka; Spanish: médico, médica, facultativo; Swahili: daktari, dokta; Swedish: läkare, doktor; Tagalog: doktor; Tajik: пизишк, табиб, доктор, ҳаким; Tamil: மருத்துவர், வைதியர்; Tangsa: tsiqshäraz; Tatar: доктор, табиб; Telugu: వైద్యుడు; Thai: หมอ, แพทย์, เวช, อายุรแพทย์; Tibetan: ཨེམ་ཆི; Tigrinya: ዶክተር; Tocharian B: saṃtkīnau; Tok Pisin: dokta; Tswana: ngaka; Turkish: doktor, hekim, tabip, sagan; Turkmen: wraç, hekim; Cyrillic: врач; Ukrainian: лі́кар, лі́карка, до́ктор, ме́дик; Unami: ntaktël; Urdu: ڈاکٹر‎, حکیم‎, طبیب‎; Uyghur: دوختۇر‎, تېۋىپ‎; Uzbek: tabib, shifokor, doktor, hakim; Venetian: medego, miedego, mèdego, dotor; Vietnamese: bác sĩ y khoa, bác sĩ, đốc-tờ, y sinh, thầy thuốc; Volapük: sanan, hisanan, jisanan, sanel, medinel; Walloon: docteur, doctoresse, medcén, méde; Welsh: meddyg, meddyges; Westrobothnian: doktar; Yakut: быраас; Yiddish: דאָקטער‎; Yámana: takter; Zhuang: canghyw; Zulu: udokotela, umelaphi, inyanga, ugedla