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robber

L'amor che move il sole e l'altre stelleLove that moves the sun and the other stars
Dante Alighieri, Paradiso, XXXIII, v. 145

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substantive

P. and V. λῃστής, ὁ, Ar. and P. λωποδύτης, ὁ, Ar. ἅρπαξ, ὁ.

plunderer: V. συλήτωρ, ὁ, πορθήτωρ, ὁ, ἐκπορθήτωρ, ὁ; see also thief.

Translations

robber

Albanian: grabitës, vjedhës; Arabic: سَارِق‎, سَارِقَة‎, لِصّ‎, لِصَّة‎; Armenian: ավազակ; Azerbaijani: soyğunçu; Belarusian: разбойнік, разбойніца; Bengali: ডাকাত; Bikol Central Bikol Legazpi: mahabas; Bikol Naga: parahabon; Bulgarian: разбойник, разбойничка, разбойница; Burmese: ပြင်းဟုပ်, ဓားပြ; Catalan: lladre; Chinese Mandarin: 強盜, 强盗, 盜賊, 盗贼; Czech: zloděj, zlodějka, lupič, lupička; Danish: røver; Dutch: rover; Esperanto: rabisto; Estonian: röövel; Finnish: ryöstäjä, ryöväri; French: brigand, bandit; Friulian: ladron; Galician: ladrón, ladroa, ladra; Georgian: ყაჩაღი, მძარცველი; German: Räuber, Räuberin; Gothic: 𐍅𐌹𐌻𐍅𐌰; Greek: ληστής; Ancient Greek: λῃστής, κιξάλλης; Hebrew: שׁוֹדֵד‎; Hindi: डाकू; Hungarian: rabló; Icelandic: ræningi; Indonesian: perampok, begal; Irish: ropaire, robálaí, gadaí; Italian: rapinatore, ladro, ladrone; Japanese: 盗賊, 強盗; Kazakh: аламан, баукеспе, жортуылшы, қарақшы, тонаушы; Khmer: ចោរ, លុម្បក; Korean: 강도(強盜)(强盜); Kurdish Northern Kurdish: talanker, şelîner, rêbirr, korsan, eşqiya, heydûd, nijdevan, çete, rêgir; Kyrgyz: талоончу, каракчы; Lao: ຄົນຂີ້ລັກ, ຄົນລັກຂອງ, ໂຈນ; Latin: latro, latrunculus, latroncula; Latvian: laupītājs; Lithuanian: plėšikas; Macedonian: разбојник, разбојничка; Malay: perompak; Manx: roosteyr; Maori: māhurehure, keiā, kaiā, whānako, tāhae; Meru: mwamba; Middle English: robbour, revere; Mongolian Cyrillic: дээрэмчин, хулгайч; Norwegian Bokmål: raner, røver; Nynorsk: ranar, røvar; Ojibwe: gimoodishkiiwinini, makandwewinini; Old English: rēafere; Persian: راهزن‎; Plautdietsch: Reiba; Polish: złodziej, złodziejka, rozbójnik, rozbójniczka; Portuguese: ladrão, ladra; Romanian: jefuitor, tâlhar; Russian: грабитель, грабительница, разбойник, разбойница; Sanskrit: चोर, चोरी; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: разбо̄јнӣк, разбојница; Roman: rázbōjnīk, rázbojnica; Slovak: zlodej, zlodejka, lupič, lupička; Slovene: ropar, roparka, razbojnik, razbojnica; Spanish: ladrón, ladrona; Swahili: mnyang'anyi; Swedish: rånare, rövare; Tajik: роҳзан; Thai: โม่ง, โจร; Tocharian B: wārṣṣe; Turkish: soyguncu; Turkmen: ogurlyk; Ukrainian: розбі́йник, розбі́йниця; Urdu: ڈاکو‎; Uyghur: بۇلاڭچى‎; Uzbek: bosqinchi, bosmachi, qaroqchi, talovchi; Vietnamese: kẻ cướp, ăn cướp, cường đạo; Welsh: lleidr, lladron