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{{trans-top|a colloquial name for insect}}
 
{{trans-top|a colloquial name for insect}}
* Basque: {{t-|eu|zomorro}}, {{t-|eu|insektu}}
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* Basque: {{t-|eu|zomorro}}, {{t-|eu|insektu}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|буболечка|f}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|буболечка|f}}
 
* Catalan: {{t-|ca|cuca|f}}
 
* Catalan: {{t-|ca|cuca|f}}
 
* Chinese:
 
* Chinese:
 
*: Mandarin: {{t|cmn|蟲|sc=Hani}}, {{t|cmn|虫|tr=chóng|sc=Hani}}
 
*: Mandarin: {{t|cmn|蟲|sc=Hani}}, {{t|cmn|虫|tr=chóng|sc=Hani}}
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|insect|n}}, {{t+|nl|beestje|n}}
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* Dutch: {{t+|nl|insect|n}}, {{t+|nl|beestje|n}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|ötökkä}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|ötökkä}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|insecte|m}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|insecte|m}}
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* Greek: {{t+|el|κοριός|m|tr=coriós}}, {{t+|el|ζωύφιο|n|tr=zoýfio}}
 
* Greek: {{t+|el|κοριός|m|tr=coriós}}, {{t+|el|ζωύφιο|n|tr=zoýfio}}
 
* Haitian Creole: {{tø|ht|ensèk}}
 
* Haitian Creole: {{tø|ht|ensèk}}
* Hebrew: [[חרק]] (h(χ)arak) {{m}}
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* Hebrew: {{t|he|חרק|m|tr=h(χ|sc=Hebr}} arak)
 
* Irish: {{t-|ga|feithid|f}}
 
* Irish: {{t-|ga|feithid|f}}
* Italian: [[bacarozzo]] {{m}}
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* Italian: {{t|it|bacarozzo|m}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
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* Japanese: {{t+|ja|虫|tr=むし, mushi|sc=Jpan}}
 
* Japanese: {{t+|ja|虫|tr=むし, mushi|sc=Jpan}}
 
* Khmer: {{t-|km|សត្វល្អិត|tr=sat l’ǝt|sc=Khmr}}
 
* Khmer: {{t-|km|សត្វល្អិត|tr=sat l’ǝt|sc=Khmr}}
* Maltese: [[insett żgħir]] {{m}}
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* Maltese: {{t|mt|insett żgħir|m}}
 
* Nanai: {{tø|gld|колан|tr=kolan}}
 
* Nanai: {{tø|gld|колан|tr=kolan}}
 
* Navajo: {{tø|nv|chʼosh}}
 
* Navajo: {{tø|nv|chʼosh}}
* Polish: [[robak]], [[robal]] {{m}}, [[owad]] {{m}}
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* Polish: {{t|pl|robak}}, {{t|pl|robal|m}}, {{t|pl|owad|m}}
 
* Portuguese: {{t+|pt|bicho|m}}
 
* Portuguese: {{t+|pt|bicho|m}}
 
* {{trreq|Romanian}}
 
* {{trreq|Romanian}}
 
* Russian: {{qualifier|colloquial}} {{t+|ru|букашка|tr=bukáška|sc=Cyrl}}, {{qualifier|colloquial}} {{t+|ru|козявка|tr=kozjávka|sc=Cyrl}}, {{qualifier|standard term}} {{t+|ru|насекомое|n|tr=nasekómoje}}
 
* Russian: {{qualifier|colloquial}} {{t+|ru|букашка|tr=bukáška|sc=Cyrl}}, {{qualifier|colloquial}} {{t+|ru|козявка|tr=kozjávka|sc=Cyrl}}, {{qualifier|standard term}} {{t+|ru|насекомое|n|tr=nasekómoje}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|buba|f}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|buba|f}}
* Slovene: [[žužek]] {{m}}
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* Slovene: {{t|sl|žužek|m}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|bicho|m}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|bicho|m}}
 
* Turkish: {{t+|tr|böcek}}
 
* Turkish: {{t+|tr|böcek}}
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* German: {{t+|de|Fehler|m}}, {{t-|de|Fehlfunktion|f}}, {{t+|de|Bug|m}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Fehler|m}}, {{t-|de|Fehlfunktion|f}}, {{t+|de|Bug|m}}
 
* Greek: {{qualifier|software}} {{t+|el|σφάλμα|n|tr=sfálma|sc=Grek}}, {{qualifier|hardware}} {{t+|el|ελάττωμα|n|tr=eláttoma|sc=Grek}}
 
* Greek: {{qualifier|software}} {{t+|el|σφάλμα|n|tr=sfálma|sc=Grek}}, {{qualifier|hardware}} {{t+|el|ελάττωμα|n|tr=eláttoma|sc=Grek}}
* Hebrew: [[באג]] (bug) {{m}}
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* Hebrew: {{t|he|באג|m|tr=bug|sc=Hebr}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
* Italian: {{t-|it|malfunzionamento|m}}, {{t+|it|errore|m}}
 
* Italian: {{t-|it|malfunzionamento|m}}, {{t+|it|errore|m}}
* Japanese: {{qualifier|general}} {{t-|ja|不具合|tr=fuguai}}; {{qualifier|general}} {{t+|ja|バグ|tr=bagu}}
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* Japanese: {{qualifier|general}} {{t-|ja|不具合|tr=fuguai}}, {{qualifier|general}} {{t+|ja|バグ|tr=bagu}}
 
* Korean: {{t-|ko|버그|tr=beogeu|sc=Kore}}
 
* Korean: {{t-|ko|버그|tr=beogeu|sc=Kore}}
* Maltese: [[bagg]] {{m}}
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* Maltese: {{t|mt|bagg|m}}
 
* Persian: {{t-|fa|باگ|tr=bâg}}
 
* Persian: {{t-|fa|باگ|tr=bâg}}
 
* Polish: {{t+|pl|byk|m}}
 
* Polish: {{t+|pl|byk|m}}
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{{trans-top|contagious illness, bacteria, virus}}
 
{{trans-top|contagious illness, bacteria, virus}}
* Chinese: [[病菌]], [[病菌]] (bìng jùn)
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* Chinese: {{t|zhx-zho|病菌}}, {{t|zhx-zho|病菌|tr=bìng jùn}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|pöpö}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|pöpö}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|microbe|m}}, {{t+|fr|virus|m}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|microbe|m}}, {{t+|fr|virus|m}}
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* Italian: {{t+|it|batterio|m}}, {{t+|it|virus|m}}
 
* Italian: {{t+|it|batterio|m}}, {{t+|it|virus|m}}
 
* Japanese: {{t-|ja|ばい菌|tr=baikin}}
 
* Japanese: {{t-|ja|ばい菌|tr=baikin}}
* Maltese: [[infezzjoni]], [[vajrus]]
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* Maltese: {{t|mt|infezzjoni}}, {{t|mt|vajrus}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|bakterija|f}}, {{t-|sh|virus|m}}, {{t-|sh|mikrob|m}}
 
* Serbo-Croatian: {{t-|sh|bakterija|f}}, {{t-|sh|virus|m}}, {{t-|sh|mikrob|m}}
 
{{trans-bottom}}
 
{{trans-bottom}}
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{{trans-top|an enthusiasm for something}}
 
{{trans-top|an enthusiasm for something}}
 
* Catalan: {{t-|ca|febre|f}}, {{t-|ca|mania|f}}
 
* Catalan: {{t-|ca|febre|f}}, {{t-|ca|mania|f}}
* Chinese: [[熱衷]], [[热衷]] (rè zhōng)
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* Chinese: {{t|zhx-zho|熱衷}}, {{t|zhx-zho|热衷|tr=rè zhōng}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|kuume}}, {{t+|fi|kärpänen}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|kuume}}, {{t+|fi|kärpänen}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|virus|m}}, {{t+|fr|manie|f}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|virus|m}}, {{t+|fr|manie|f}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
* Hebrew: [[חידק]] (H(χ)aidak, literally, [[Bacteria]])
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* Hebrew: {{t|he|חידק|tr=H(χ|sc=Hebr}} aidak, literally, [[Bacteria]])
 
* Italian: {{t+|it|morbo|m}}, {{t+|it|passione|f}}, {{t+|it|mania|f}}
 
* Italian: {{t+|it|morbo|m}}, {{t+|it|passione|f}}, {{t+|it|mania|f}}
 
* Japanese: {{t+|ja|熱|tr=netsu}}
 
* Japanese: {{t+|ja|熱|tr=netsu}}
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* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|бръмбар|m}}
 
* Bulgarian: {{t+|bg|бръмбар|m}}
 
* {{trreq|Catalan}}
 
* {{trreq|Catalan}}
* Chinese: [[竊聽器]], [[窃听器]] (qiē tīng qì)
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* Chinese: {{t|zhx-zho|竊聽器}}, {{t|zhx-zho|窃听器|tr=qiē tīng qì}}
 
* Czech: {{t-|cs|štěnice|f}}
 
* Czech: {{t-|cs|štěnice|f}}
* Finnish: [[salakuuntelulaite]],[[kuuntelulaite]]
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* Finnish: {{t|fi|salakuuntelulaite}}, {{t|fi|kuuntelulaite}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|mouchard|m}}, {{t+|fr|micro|m}}, {{t+|fr|écoute|f}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|mouchard|m}}, {{t+|fr|micro|m}}, {{t+|fr|écoute|f}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Wanze|f}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|Wanze|f}}
 
* Greek: {{t+|el|κοριός|m|tr=coriós}}
 
* Greek: {{t+|el|κοριός|m|tr=coriós}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
* {{ttbc|he}}: [[מיקרופון]] (Microphon, literally, [[Microphone]])
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* {{ttbc|he}}: {{t|he|מיקרופון|tr=Microphon, literally, [[Microphone]]|sc=Hebr}}
 
* Italian: {{t-|it|cimice|f}}, {{t-|it|microspia|f}}
 
* Italian: {{t-|it|cimice|f}}, {{t-|it|microspia|f}}
 
* Japanese: {{t-|ja|盗聴器|tr=tōchōki}}
 
* Japanese: {{t-|ja|盗聴器|tr=tōchōki}}
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* Finnish: {{t+|fi|logo}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|logo}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|logo|m}}
 
* French: {{t+|fr|logo|m}}
* Hebrew: [[סמל]] (Semel, literally, [[Symbol]])
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* Hebrew: {{t|he|סמל|tr=Semel, literally, [[Symbol]]|sc=Hebr}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
* Italian: [[logo]] della [[rete]]{{m}}
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* Italian: {{t|it|logo della rete|m}}
 
* Polish: {{t+|pl|logo|n}}
 
* Polish: {{t+|pl|logo|n}}
 
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Revision as of 16:19, 22 October 2012

See also: büg, Bug, búg, and buug

English

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Wikipedia

Etymology

1620 (referring to a bedbug); from earlier bugge ‎(beetle), conflation of (1) Middle English bugge ‎(scarecrow, hobgoblin), from Proto-Germanic Template:recons (compare Norwegian bugge ‎(big man), Low German dialect Bögge ‎(goblin, snot); and (2) Middle English budde ‎(beetle), from Old English budda (see scearnbudda ‎(dung beetle)), from Proto-Germanic Template:recons, Template:recons (compare Low German Budde ‎(louse, grub), Norwegian budda ‎(newborn domestic animal)). More at bud.

Pronunciation

Noun

A green shield bug (Palomena prasina) in Budapest, Hungary. It is an insect of the order Hemiptera, and so is one of the "true bugs".

bug ‎(plural bugs)

  1. An insect of the order Hemiptera (the "true bugs").
  2. Template:colloquial Any insect, arachnid, or other terrestrial arthropod that is a pest.
    These flies are a bother. I’ll get some bug spray and kill them.
  3. Various species of marine crustaceans; e.g. a Morton Bay bug.
  4. A problem that needs fixing, especially in computing.
    The software bug led the computer to calculate 2 plus 2 as 5.
  5. A contagious illness; a bacterium or virus causing it
    He’s got the flu bug.
  6. An enthusiasm for something; an obsession
    I think he’s a gold bug, he has over 10,000 ounces in storage.
    to catch the skiing bug
  7. An electronic intercept device
    We installed a bug in her telephone
  8. A small and and usually invisible file (traditionally a single-pixel image) on a World Wide Web page, primarily used to track users.
    He suspected the image was a web bug used for determining who was visiting the site.
  9. A small, usually transparent or translucent image placed in a corner of a television program to indicate what network or cable channel is televising it
    Channel 4's bug distracted Jim from his favorite show
  10. Template:aviation A manually positioned marker in flight instruments
  11. A semi-automated telegraph key
    • 1938, Paul Gallico, Farewell to Sport, p257
      At this point your telegraph operator, sitting at your right, goes "Ticky-tick-tickety-de-tick-tick," with his bug, as he calls his transmitter, and looks at you expectantly.
    • 1942, Arthur Reinhold Nilson, Radio Code Manual, p134
      As far as the dashes are concerned, the bug is the same in operation as any regular key would be if it were turned up on edge instead of sitting flat on the desk.
    • 1986, E. L. Doctorow, World's Fair, p282
      I was a very good radio operator. I bought my own bug. That's what the telegraph key in its modern form was called. It was semiautomatic.
  12. (usually "the bug") Template:LGBT The HIV.

Usage notes

  • Adjectives often applied to "bug": major, minor, serious, critical, nasty, annoying, important, strange, stupid, flying, silly.

Synonyms

Derived terms

Translations

Template:checktrans

  • Korean: 벌레 (boelle)
  • Norwegian: insekt Template:n (2), feil Lua error in Module:parameters at line 127: The parameter "1" is required. (3), bakterie Lua error in Module:parameters at line 127: The parameter "1" is required. (4)
  • Slovak: inzekt, chrobák Lua error in Module:parameters at line 127: The parameter "1" is required.

See also

Verb

bug ‎(third-person singular simple present bugs, present participle bugging, simple past and past participle bugged)

  1. (informal, transitive) To annoy.
    Don’t bug me, I’m busy!
  2. Template:transitive To install an electronic listening device or devices in.
    We need to know what’s going on. We’ll bug his house.

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Anagrams


Danish

Etymology

From Old Norse búkr.

Noun

bug c (singular definite bugen, plural indefinite buge)

  1. stomach
  2. abdomen
  3. belly

Inflection


French

Etymology

English bug

Noun

bug f ‎(plural bugs)

  1. Template:slang A bug (a problem, especially in computing)