саламандър

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Тритон (речен саламандър)
Мочер (пещерен саламандър)

Etymology[edit]

Transliteration of the scientific name Salamandra, ultimately from Ancient Greek σᾰλᾰμᾰ́νδρᾰ (salamándra, fire salamander).

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салама́ндър (salamándǎrm

  1. salamander (tailed amphibian of clade Caudata)
    Synonym: дъждо́вник (dǎždóvnik)
  2. (mythology) fire elemental (in Greco-Roman mythology)

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