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Dictionary English Bosnian: [female]

Translation 1 - 35 of 35

English Bosnian
etno. Unverified African {noun} [female]Afrikanka {f}
etno. Albanian {noun} [female]Albanka {f}
etno. Unverified Andorran {noun} [female]Andorka {f}
etno. Armenian {noun} [female]Armenka {f}
etno. Azerbaijani {noun} [female]Azerbejdžanka {f}
etno. Unverified Belarusian {noun} [female]Bjeloruskinja {f}
etno. Belgian {noun} [female]Belgijanka {f}
etno. Bosniak {noun} [female]Bošnjakinja {f}
etno. Bosnian {noun} [female]Bosanka {f}
etno. Unverified Chinese {noun} [female]Kineskinja {f}
cousin {noun} [female, daughter of father's brother]amidžična {f}
cousin {noun} [female, daughter of mother's brother]dajdžična {f}
cousin {noun} [female, daughter of mother's or father's sister]tečična {f} [ist.]
cousin {noun} [female, daughter of mother's or father's sister]tetična {f}
cousin {noun} [female]sestrična {f}
etno. Croat {noun} [female]Hrvatica {f}
etno. Croatian {noun} [female]Hrvatica {f}
cyclist {noun} [female]biciklistkinja {f}
etno. Dane {noun} [female]Dankinja {f}
etno. Estonian {noun} [female]Estonka {f}
etno. European {noun} [female]Evropljanka {f}
etno. Finn {noun} [female]Finkinja {f}
friend {noun} [female]drugarica {f}
friend {noun} [female]jaranica {f} [razg.]
friend {noun} [female]prijateljica {f}
etno. Georgian {noun} [female]Gruzijka {f}
etno. Greek {noun} [female]Grkinja {f}
etno. Montenegrin {noun} [female]Crnogorka {f}
nurse {noun} [female]bolničarka {f}
nurse {noun} [female]medicinska sestra {f}
Parisian {noun} [female]Parižanka {f}
physician {noun} [female]doktorica {f} [medicine]
racer {noun} [female]trkačica {f}
runner {noun} [female]trkačica {f}
Unverified witness {noun} [female]svijedok {m}
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