Complete Definition of "flesh"

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English

Etymology
Old English Latinx|flǣsc, flæsc; cf. Old_High_German|Old High German "fleisk".

Pronunciation
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Noun
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  1. the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat.
  2. animal tissue, especially animal tissue used as food.
  3. the human body as a physical entity.
  4. the skin of a human or animal.
  5. the soft, often edible, parts of fruits or vegetables.
  6. a yellowish pink colour; the colour of some human skin.

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Translations
trans-top|body tissue
Catalan: carn f
Danish: kød
Dutch: vlees n
Finnish: liha
French: chair
German: Fleisch n
Greek: ÏάÏκα [Ësarka] f, κÏÎ­Î±Ï [ËkreÌ.as] n [rare (means also "meat")]
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Hungarian: hús
Ido: karno
Italian: carne
Russian: мÑÐ³ÐºÐ°Ñ ÑÐºÐ°Ð½Ñ f, плоÑÑ f (poetic), мÑÑо n coll.
Scottish Gaelic: feòil f
Telugu: మాà°à°¸à° (maamsam)
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trans-top|animal tissue
Catalan: carn f
Danish: kød
Dutch: vlees n
Finnish: liha
German: Fleisch n
Greek: ÏάÏκα [Ësarka] f, κÏÎ­Î±Ï [ËkreÌ.as] n (means also "meat")
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Hungarian: hús
Russian: мÑÑо n, плоÑÑ f
Scottish Gaelic: feòil f
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trans-top|human body enity
Danish: krop
French: corps
German: Fleisch n
Greek: ÏάÏκα [Ësarka] f
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Ido: korpo
Scottish Gaelic: feòil f, craiceann m
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trans-top|skin
Danish: hud
Dutch: vel n
trans-mid
Scottish Gaelic: craiceann m
Greek: δέÏμα [Ëderma'] n
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trans-top|edible part of fruit/vegetable
Danish: kød, frugtkød
Dutch: vruchtvlees n
Finnish: malto, hedelmäliha
French: pulpe
German: Fleisch n, Fruchtfleisch n
Greek: ÏάÏκα [Ësarka] f
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Ido: pulpo
Russian: мÑкоÑÑ f
Scottish Gaelic: feòil f
Telugu: à°à±à°à±à°à± (gujju)
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trans-top|colour
Catalan: carn f
Danish: kødfarve
Dutch: mensenkleur f
German: Fleischfarbe f
Greek: ÏαÏκÏÏÏοÏν [sarËkoÌxrun] n, ÏαÏκÏÏÏÏμο [sarËkoÌxroÌËmoÌ] n, ÏαÏκί [sarËci] n (colloquial), κÏεαÏί [ËkreÌ.a.Ëti] n (colloquial)
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Russian: ÑелеÑнÑй adj.
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Translations to be checked
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ttbc|German: Fleisch n (4 dated)
ttbc|Persian: Ú¯Ùشت (gusht) (1), Ù¾Ùست (pust) (2,4,5)

Verb
flesh

  1. to put flesh on; to fatten.

Translations
trans-top|to put flesh on
Dutch: vervetten
Danish: opfede
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German: zunehmen
Persian: پرÙاربÙØ¯Û (parvaarbandi)
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Derived terms
top3
flesh and blood
flesh fly
flesh out
flesh side
mid3
flesh-wing
flesh wound
flesher
fleshing
mid3
fleshpot
fleshy
goose flesh
in the flesh

Related terms
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carrion
charcuterie
charnel
creodont
creosote
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incarnadine
incarnate
sarcasm
sarcodinian
mid3
sarcoid
sarcophagus
sarcoptic mange
sarcous

See also
Wiktionary_Appendix:Colours|Appendix:Colours

Category:Colors
Category:Oranges

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