Kinnknoten

08:29 Apr 10, 2014
German to Hungarian translations [PRO]
Science - Agriculture / nyúl
German term or phrase: Kinnknoten
Ha ez erős, az hiba.

Köszönöm!

Dóra
Dora Miklody
Hungary
Local time: 20:06


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4toka
Pal Toth


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43 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5
toka


Explanation:
A nyúlnak lehet tokája. A toka az nem más, mint háj. Ha a nyuszink elhízott, akkor ez annak a jele.

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Note added at 44 Min. (2014-04-10 09:13:48 GMT)
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http://hobbinyul.gportal.hu/gindex.php?pg=29852895

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Note added at 2 Tage12 Stunden (2014-04-12 20:42:42 GMT)
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Minősítési szempontok

1. http://www.rassekaninchenzuechter-kvgiessen.de/index.php/gro...

"L.F.: Kinnknoten beim Rammler, leicht schiefe Wamme bei der Häsin, tiefe Stellung. S.F.: Starker Kinnknoten."

2. http://nyulgaleria.mindenkilapja.hu/html/19073166/render/mag...

"A leggyakoribb küllemi hibák
A toka illetve kettős toka kialakulása bakokon illetve anyanyulakon, ..."


Ebből úgy tűnik, a toka/kettős toka kifejezést magyarul mindkét nemnél használják.

Example sentence(s):
  • Toka ritkán megengedett. Ha igen akkor kicsi legyen.

    Reference: http://www.nemetoriasnyul.sokoldal.hu/nyultortenelem
Pal Toth
Hungary
Local time: 20:06
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
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