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Finnish-German translation for: velho
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Dictionary Finnish German: velho

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Finnish German
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NOUN   velho | velhon | velhoa | velhot | velhojen | velhoja
velhoHexenmeister {m}
velhoHexer {m}
velhoMagier {m}
velhoZauberer {m}
velho [nainen]Magierin {f}
velho [nainen]Zauberin {f}
 
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