Translations: the word in the other languages
  • Afrikaans: dood
  • Amharic: ሙታን
  • Arabic: ميت
  • Azerbaijani: ölü
  • Bashkir: үле
  • Belarusian: мёртвыя
  • Bulgarian: мъртвите
  • Bengali: মৃত
  • Bosnian: mrtav
  • Catalan: mort
  • Cebuano: patay
  • Czech: mrtvý
  • Welsh: marw
  • Danish: død
  • German: tot
  • Greek: νεκρός
  • Esperanto: mortis
  • Spanish: muerto
  • Estonian: surnud
  • Basque: hildako
  • Persian: مرده
  • Finnish: kuollut
  • French: morts
  • Irish: dead
  • Scottish Gaelic: dead
  • Galician: morto
  • Gujarati: મૃત
  • Hebrew: מת
  • Hindi: मृत
  • Croatian: mrtvi
  • Haitian: mouri
  • Hungarian: halott
  • Armenian: մեռած
  • Indonesian: mati
  • Icelandic: dáinn
  • Italian: morto
  • Japanese: 死者
  • Javanese: mati
  • Georgian: dead
  • Kazakh: өлі
  • Khmer: បានស្លាប់
  • Kannada: ಸತ್ತ
  • Korean: 죽은
  • Kyrgyz: өлгөн
  • Latin: mortuus
  • Luxembourgish: enger anerer sprooch liesen
  • Lao: ຕາຍ
  • Lithuanian: miręs
  • Latvian: miris
  • Malagasy: maty
  • Mari: кол
  • Maori: mate
  • Macedonian: мртви
  • Malayalam: മരിച്ച
  • Mongolian: нас барсан
  • Marathi: मृत
  • Hill Mari: колен
  • Malay: mati
  • Maltese: mejta
  • Burmese: သေ
  • Nepali: मृत
  • Dutch: dood
  • Norwegian: død
  • Punjabi: ਮਰੇ
  • Papiamento: morto
  • Polish: martwe
  • Portuguese: mortos
  • Romanian: mort
  • Russian: мертвые
  • Sinhalese: මළ
  • Slovak: mŕtvy
  • Slovenian: mrtev
  • Albanian: të vdekurit
  • Serbian: мртви
  • Sundanese: paéh
  • Swedish: död
  • Swahili: wafu
  • Tamil: இறந்த
  • Telugu: చనిపోయిన
  • Tajik: мертвые
  • Thai: ตายแล้ว
  • Tagalog: patay
  • Turkish: ölü
  • Tatar: үле җаннар
  • Udmurt: кулэм
  • Ukrainian: мертві
  • Urdu: مردہ
  • Uzbek: o'lik
  • Vietnamese: chết
  • Xhosa: abafileyo
  • Yiddish: דעד
  • Chinese: 死了

Synonyms, close and similar words for dead

  • death
  • deceased
  • departed
  • defunct
  • lifeless
  • deathly
  • inanimate
  • gone
  • late
  • barren
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