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König

Ὁ δ' ἀνεξέταστος βίος οὐ βιωτὸς ἀνθρώπῳ -> The unexamined life is not worth living
Plato, Apology of Socrates 38a

German > Latin

König, a) v. Menschen: rex. – regulus (ein kleiner König, Fürst). – des Königs, der Könige, oft regius. – der König der Könige, rex regum: der K. u. seine Gemahlin, rex et regis uxor: der jetzige K., is qui nunc regnat: der damalige K., is qui tum regnavit (regnaverät, regnasset): der letztverstorbene K., is qui regnans decessit. – K. sein, regem esse; regnare; regnum obtinere; regiam potestatem habere: sich zum K. machen, aufwerfen, regnum occupare; regis nomen assumere; regium ornatum nomenque sumere (von einem, der vorher Statthalter etc. war): sich zum K. aufwerfen wollen, regnum appetere: jmd. zum K. machen, alci regnum, regnum et diadema deferre; summam rerum ad alqm deferre; alqm regem creare (durch Wahl): Könige machen u. absetzen, regna dare et adimere: jmd. einem Volke zum K. geben, alci parēre gentem iubere: es wird jmd. K., alqs rex fit od. esse coepit; alqs regnare coepit; alqs regnum adipiscitur; regnum ad alqm transit; alqs rex exit (durchs Los beim Spiel der Knaben): sich an den K. um Hilfe wenden, regium auxilium implorare: wie ein K. schalten u. walten, consuetudine regiā uti: unter einem K. stehen, sub rege esse; regi parēre; in dicione regis esse; regnari (beherrscht werden): sie bekamen Könige (zu Herrschern), reges habere coeperunt. – ich werde glücklich sein wie ein K., wenn etc., rex ero, si etc. – b) v. Tieren; z.B. der Adler, der K. der Vögel, aquila, volucrum regina (Mart. 5, 55, 1).

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Translations

Afrikaans: koning; Ainu: アエコテニシパ; Akkadian: 𒈗; Albanian: mbret; American Sign Language: K@Shoulder K@Abdomen; Amharic: ንጉስ, ንጉሥ; Angolar: alê; Annobonese: alé; Antillean Creole: wa; Apache Western Apache: nantʼán; Arabic: مَلِك‎; Egyptian Arabic: ملك‎; Hijazi Arabic: مَلِك‎; Aragonese: rei; Aramaic Classical Syriac: ܡܠܟܐ‎; Jewish Babylonian Aramaic: מַלְכָּא‎; Armenian: թագավոր, արքա; Old Armenian: թագաւոր, արքայ; Aromanian: vãsilje, bãsilãu; Assamese: ৰজা; Asturian: rei, re; Avar: паччахӏ; Aymara: malku; Azerbaijani: kral, məlik, şah, padşah; Baekje: 鞬吉支, 於羅瑕; Bashkir: батша; Basque: errege; Bavarian: Kine; Belarusian: каро́ль, цар; Bengali: রাজা, বাদশাহ; Berber Tashelhit: agllid; Breton: roue; Bulgarian: цар, крал; Burmese: ဘုရင်, မင်း, ရာဇ; Catalan: rei; Cebuano: hari; Central Huishui Hmong: huab tais; Chechen: ӏела, паччахь; Cherokee: ᎤᎬᏫᏳᎯ; Chichewa: mfumu; Chinese Dungan: вон; Mandarin: 國王, 国王, 王; Chuvash: король, патша; Coptic Bohairic: ⲃⲁⲥⲓⲗⲉⲩⲥ, ⲟⲩⲣⲟ; Sahidic: ⲃⲁⲥⲓⲗⲉⲩⲥ, ⲣⲣⲟ; Cornish: mytern, my'tern, myghtern; Corsican: re; Czech: král; Dalmatian: ra; Danish: konge, kong; Dutch: koning; Dzongkha: རྒྱལ་པོ; Early Assamese: ৰাজা, ৰাই; Elfdalian: kunungg; Erzya: инязор; Esperanto: reĝo; Estonian: kuningas, kunn; Ewe: fiaŋutsu; Extremaduran: rei; Faliscan: rex; Faroese: kongur; Fijian: tui; Finnish: kuningas; French: roi; Middle French: roy, roy; Old French: roi, rei; Friulian: re; Galician: rei; Gaulish: *rīx; Ge'ez: ንጉሥ; Georgian: მეფე, ხელმწიფე; Old Georgian: მეუფე; German: König; Central Franconian: Künning; Pennsylvania German: Keenich; Gothic: 𐌸𐌹𐌿𐌳𐌰𐌽𐍃; Greek: βασιλιάς; Ancient Greek: βασιλεύς, ἄναξ; Mycenaean: 𐀣𐀯𐀩𐀄; Greenlandic: kunngi; Guianese Creole: rwè; Guinea-Bissau Creole: rei; Gujarati: રાજા; Haitian Creole: wa; Hausa: sarki; Hawaiian: aliʻi, mōʻī; Hebrew: מֶלֶךְ‎; Higaonon: datu; Hindi: राजा, बादशाह, पादशाह, सुलतान, सुल्तान, शाह, भूपति, केसरी, मलिक, पातशाह; Hittite: 𒈗; Hungarian: király; Hunsrik: Keenich; Icelandic: konungur, kóngur; Ido: rejulo; Igbo: eze; Ilocano: ari; Inari Sami: kunâgâs; Indonesian: raja; Interlingua: rege; Irish: rí; Old Irish: rí; Italian: re; Japanese: 国王, 王様, 王; Javanese: prabu, raja, ratu; Kabuverdianu: rei; Kabyle: agellid; Kambera: maramba; Kannada: ರಾಜ; Karipúna Creole French: hué; Kazakh: хан, король, патша; Khmer: ស្ដេច, ព្រះមហាក្សត្រ, ហ្លួង, ជននាថ, រាជ, រាជា; Kikuyu: mũthamaki 1; Knaanic: קרל‎; Korean: 임금, 왕), 국왕; Korlai Creole Portuguese: rhe; Kristang: re; Kurdish Central Kurdish: شاھ‎, مەلیک‎; Northern Kurdish: paşa, qiral, melik, şah; Kusunda: moŋ; Kyrgyz: король, падыша, кан; Ladino: rey, ריי‎; Lao: ລາຊາ, ກະສັດ, ຣາຊາ; Latgalian: kieneņš, karaļs; Latin: rex; Latvian: karalis, ķēniņš; Lezgi: король; Lithuanian: karalius; Louisiana Creole French: rwa; Low German German Low German: König, Keunig; Lule Sami: gånågis; Luxembourgish: Kinnek; Lydian: 𐤡𐤠𐤯𐤯𐤬𐤳‎, 𐤲𐤠𐤷𐤪𐤷𐤰𐤳‎; Macedonian: крал; Makasar: karaeng; Malagasy: mpanjaka; Malay: raja, datu, perabu, syah, malik, padsyah, narapati; Malayalam: രാജാവ്; Maltese: re; Manchu: ᠸᠠᠩ; Manx: ree; Maori: kingi; Maranao: radia, malik, ari'; Marathi: राजा; Middle English: kyng, king; Mingrelian: მაფა; Mirandese: rei; Mongolian: хаан, ван; Mwani: nfalume; Nahuatl: tlahtoāni; Navajo: naatʼáanii; Ndzwani Comorian: mfalume 1 or 2; Neapolitan: rré; Nepali: राजा; Norman: rouai, roué, rwe; North Frisian: köning; Northern Sami: gonagas; Norwegian Bokmål: konge, kong; Nynorsk: konge, kong; Occitan: rei; Ojibwe: ogimaa, gichi- ogimaa; Old Breton: roe; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: цѣсарь; Glagolitic: ⱌⱑⱄⰰⱃⱐ; Old Danish: konung, kung; Old East Slavic: король, цѣсарь; Old English: cyning; Old High German: kuning, cuning; Old Javanese: haji, ratu; Old Norse: konungr, kongr; Old Occitan: rei; Old Persian: 𐏋; Old Portuguese: rei; Old Saxon: kuning; Old South Arabian: 𐩣𐩡𐩫‎; Old Turkic: 𐰴𐰍𐰣‎; Oriya: ରାଜା; Ossetian: паддзах; Ottoman Turkish: شاه‎, شاهان‎, قرال‎, قرال‎, ملك‎; Pali: भूपालो; Pashto: سلطان‎, شاه‎, پادشا‎; Pennsylvania German: Keenich; Persian: شاه‎, پادشاه‎, کیا‎, تاجور‎; Middle Persian: 𐭬𐭫𐭪𐭠‎; Phoenician: 𐤀𐤃𐤍‎, 𐤌𐤋𐤊‎; Plautdietsch: Kjennich; Polish: król pers; Portuguese: rei; Principense: arê; Punjabi: ਰਾਜਾ; Quechua: qhapaq; Rohingya: raza; Romani: thagar, kraj, raj; Vlax Romani: král, krályo; Romanian: rege; Romansch: retg; Russian: коро́ль, царь, князь; Samoan: tupu; Sanskrit: राजा, केसरी, भूपति; Santali: ᱨᱟᱡᱽ; Sardinian: re, rei; Saterland Frisian: Köönich; Scots: keeng; Scottish Gaelic: rìgh; Semai: rajak; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: кра̑љ, ца̏р; Roman: krȃlj, cȁr; Seychellois Creole: lerwa; Shona: mambo; Sicilian: re, reghi; Sindhi: سُلطانُ‎, بادشاھ‎; Sinhalese: රජ; Skolt Sami: koonǥõs; Slovak: kráľ; Slovene: kralj; Slovincian: krȯ́u̯l, krȯl; Somali: boqor; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: kral, kralik, krol; Upper Sorbian: kral; Sotho: morena; Spanish: rey; Sumerian: 𒈗; Sundanese: raja; Svan: ნეფე; Swahili: mfalme; Swedish: kung, konung, drott; Sãotomense: alê; Tabasaran: паччагь; Tagalog: hari; Tajik: шоҳ, подшоҳ; Talysh: شا‎, شائ‎; Tamil: மன்னன், அரசன், ராஜா, கோ; Tangsa: hawkhamvez; Taos: taláyna; Tatar: король, патша, падишаһ; Telugu: రాజు; Thai: ราชา, กษัตริย์, ราช; Tibetan: རྒྱལ་པོ; Tigrinya: ንጉሥ; Tocharian A: wäl; Tocharian B: walo; Turkish: kral, padişah; Turkmen: şa, patyşa, korol; Tuvan: хаан; Ugaritic: 𐎎𐎍𐎋; Ukrainian: коро́ль, цар; Urdu: راجا‎, بادشاہ‎; Uyghur: پادىشاھ‎, شاھ‎, خان‎; Uzbek: qirol, shoh, korol, podshoh, xon; Venetian: re; Veps: kunigaz; Vietnamese: vua, quốc vương; Vilamovian: kyng; Volapük: hireg; Voro: kuning; Votic: kunikaz, kunikõz; Walloon: rwè, roy; Welsh: brenin; Middle Welsh: brenhyn, brenhin, breenhin; West Frisian: kening; Wolof: bûr; Wutunhua: jjhawo; Xhosa: inkosi; Yiddish: מלך‎, קיניג‎; Yoruba: oba; Yup'ik: uss'utali; Zhuang: vuengz; Zulu: inkosi