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xanthine {n} (group of alkaloids, including caffeine)  :: Xanthin {n}
xanthogenate {n} (xanthate)  :: Xanthogenat {n}
Xavier {prop} (male given name)  :: Xaver
Xbox {n} (video game console manufactured and distributed by Microsoft)  :: Xbox {f}, X-Box {f}
xebec {n} (transport ship)  :: Chebeke {f}, Schebecke {f}
Xenia {prop} (female given name)  :: Xenia
xenoanthropology {n} (xenology dealing with extraterrestrial cultures)  :: Xenoanthropologie {f}
xenobiology {n} (speculative biology of extraterrestrial life)  :: Xenobiologie {f}
xenodochium {n} (room in a monastery)  :: Xenodochion {n}
xenoglossy {n} (glossolalia) SEE: glossolalia  ::
xenon {n} (chemical element)  :: Xenon {n}
Xenophanes {prop} (a Greek philosopher and a poet)  :: Xenophanes
xenophilia {n} (attraction or love for foreign people, manners or culture)  :: Xenophilie {f}
xenophobe {n} (hater of foreigners)  :: Ausländerfeind {m}, Ausländerfeindin {f}, Fremdenfeind {m} Fremdenfeindin {f}, Fremdenhasser {m}, Fremdenhasserin {f}
xenophobia {n} (a pathological fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners)  :: Fremdenfeindlichkeit {f}, [scientific] Xenophobie {f}, Fremdenhass {m}
xenophobic {n} (xenophobe) SEE: xenophobe  ::
xenophobic {adj} (exhibiting or characterised by xenophobia)  :: xenophobisch
xenotime {n} (a yellow-brown mineral)  :: Xenotim {m}
xenotransplantation {n} (transplantation between species)  :: Xenotransplantation {f}
xenozoology {n} (xenology dealing with extraterrestrial cultures)  :: Xenozoologie {f}
xerophthalmia {n} (condition)  :: Xerophthalmie
xerostomia {n} (dry mouth) SEE: dry mouth  ::
xerox {v} (to make photocopies)  :: fotokopieren
xerox copy {n} (photocopy)  :: Xerokopie {f}
xeroxcopy {n} (xerox copy) SEE: xerox copy  ::
Xerxes {prop} (Xerxes I of Persia)  :: Xerxes {m}
XHTML {prop} (XHTML)  :: XHTML {n}
XHTML-based {adj}  :: XHTML-basiert
xi {n} (Greek letter)  :: Xi {n}
Xianggang {prop} (Hong Kong) SEE: Hong Kong  ::
xiangqi {n} (variant of chess)  :: chinesisches Schach {n}, Xiangqi {n}
xingshu {n} (running script in Chinese calligraphy)  :: Semikursivschrift {f}
Xinjiang {prop} (autonomous region of China)  :: Sinkiang {n}
xiphias {n} (xiphias) SEE: swordfish  ::
Xizang {prop} (Tibet) SEE: Tibet  ::
XML {initialism} (extensible markup language)  :: XML
XML-based {adj}  :: XML-basiert
XNOR gate {n} (a physical Boolean device)  :: XNOR-Gatter {n}
xoanon {n} (wooden statue used as a cult image in Ancient Greece)  :: Xoanon {n}
xor {n} (exclusive OR)  :: Exklusiv oder
XOR gate {n} (a physical Boolean device)  :: XOR-Gatter {n}
X-ray {n} (short wavelength electromagnetic radiation)  :: Röntgenstrahl {m}
X-ray {n} (photograph made with X-rays)  :: Röntgenbild {n}
X-ray {n} (X-ray machine)  :: Röntgenapparat {m}
X-ray {v} (to take a radiograph of)  :: röntgen
X-ray fluorescence {n} (The emission of electrons from a material when exposed to X-rays.)  :: Röntgenfluoreszenz {f}
X-shaped {adj} (shaped like the 24th letter of the alphabet)  :: x-förmig
xylem {n} (a vascular tissue in land plants)  :: Xylem {n}
xylene {n} (di-methyl-benzene)  :: Xylol {n}, Xylen {n}, Dimethylbenzen {n}
xylitol {n} (an alcohol)  :: Xylitol {n}
xylocaine {n} (lidocaine) SEE: lidocaine  ::
xylographer {n} (person)  :: Xylograf {m}, Xylografin {f}, Xylograph, Xylographin {f}, Hotzschneider {m}, Hotzschneiderin {f}
xylography {n} (art)  :: Holzschnitt {m}, Holzschneidekunst {f}, Xylographie {f}, Xylografie {f}
xylometer {n} (instrument to determine specific gravity of wood)  :: Xylometer {n}
xylophone {n} (musical instrument)  :: Xylophon {n}
xylose {n} (wood sugar)  :: Xylose {f}
xyster {n} (surgical instrument)  :: Raspatorium, Knochenschaber