orangutan

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Englisch - Türkisch
(isim) orangutan
orangutang
{i} orangutan
i., zool. orangutan
orangutang
orangutan
orangutang
i., zool., bak. orangutan
Türkisch - Türkisch
Sumatra ve Borneo'da yaşayan, insana benzeyen, yemişle beslenen bir cins maymun (Pongo pygmaeus)
Englisch - Englisch
An arboreal anthropoid ape genus Pongo consisting of two species, Pongo pygmaeus of Borneo and Pongo abelii of Sumatra, having a shaggy reddish-brown coat, very long arms, and no tail
or orang Species (Pongo pygmaeus, family Hominidae) of arboreal great ape, found only in the lowland swamp forests of Borneo and Sumatra but originally in the tropical forests of South Asia as well. The orangutan (Malaysian for "person of the forest") has a short thick body, long arms, short legs, and shaggy reddish hair. Males are about 4.5 ft (137 cm) tall and weigh about 185 lb (85 kg); females are smaller. Orangutans are placid, deliberate, ingenious, and persistent. Males have flat, fatty cheekpads and a baglike, pendulous swelling at the throat. Orangutans use all four limbs to walk and climb. They eat mostly figs and other fruits and some leaves, bark, and insects. They sleep in trees on a platform built of interwoven branches. Adults are solitary and live far apart, coming together only for a brief courtship. The mother carries and nurses the single young for almost three years. Though generally silent, the adult male has a loud, roaring "long call." The orangutan is an endangered species
large long-armed ape of Borneo and Sumatra having arboreal habits
{i} large manlike ape with reddish-brown hair and long arms (found in Borneo and Sumatra)
orangutang
{i} large manlike ape with reddish-brown hair and long arms (found in Borneo and Sumatra)
orangutang
a large ape with long arms and long orange-brown hair (orang hutan )
orangutangs
plural of orangutang
orangutans
plural of orangutan
Türkisch - Englisch
orangutan, orangoutang, orangoutan
orangutan
orang-outang
orangutang
orang utan
orang

You look like an orangutan. - Bir orangutana benziyorsun.

The majority of husbands remind me of an orangutan trying to play the violin. - Kocaların çoğunluğu bana keman çalmaya çalışan bir orangutanı hatırlatır.

orang outang
orangutang
orangutan
orangutan

    Silbentrennung

    o·rang·u·tan

    Türkische aussprache

    ôrängıtän

    Aussprache

    /ôˈraɴɢətan/ /ɔːˈræŋətæn/

    Etymologie

    [ &-'ra[ng]-&-"ta[ng], - ] (noun.) 1691. Malay orang hutan "forest man". The name "orang utan (sic)" appears to have been bestowed by Europeans. The indigenous name given to the apes Pongo pygmaeus/abelii by locals historically was "mawas".

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