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skorpija [ ženski rod {životinja} ]

Raku sličan zglavkar, srodan sa paukom, čiji je otrovan ubod veoma opasan, jakrep, špurak; fig. žena zla i pogana jezika; škorpija.

scorpion [ imenica {životinja} ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM French, from Latin scorpio, scorpius, Greek skorpios, perhaps akin to Eng. sharp.
Any arachnid of the order Scorpiones. Common in the tropics and subtropics, scorpions have large pincers and long tails ending in upcurved poisonous stings, though the venom is not usually fatal to a healthy adult human. Some species reach cm/in. They produce live young rather than eggs, and hunt chiefly by night.
Scorpions sometimes prey on each other, but their main food is the woodlouse. They are also able to survive for a long time without eating: one scorpion managed to survive for months on a single housefly.
Arachnid of warm dry regions having a long segmented tail ending in a venomous sting.

Škorpija [ ženski rod {astrologija} ]

Scorpius [ imenica {astrologija} ]
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A large zodiacal constellation between Libra and Sagittarius; Also called: Scorpio.
Zodiacal constellation in the southern hemisphere between Libra and Sagittarius, represented as a scorpion. The Sun passes briefly through Scorpius in the last week of Nov. The heart of the scorpion is marked by the red supergiant star Antares. Scorpius contains rich Milky Way star fields, plus the strongest X-ray source in the sky, Scorpius X-In astrology, the dates for Scorpius are between about Oct and Nov (see precession).

Scorpio [ imenica {astrologija} ]
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The eighth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from October to November 2Also called: Scorpio the Scorpion.
Alternative term for Scorpius.

škorpija [ ženski rod {životinja} ]

Skorpija, srodne su s paucima neke vrste imaju ujed koje mogu da usmrte čoveka.

scorpion [ imenica {životinja} ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM French, from Latin scorpio, scorpius, Greek skorpios, perhaps akin to Eng. sharp.
Any arachnid of the order Scorpiones. Common in the tropics and subtropics, scorpions have large pincers and long tails ending in upcurved poisonous stings, though the venom is not usually fatal to a healthy adult human. Some species reach cm/in. They produce live young rather than eggs, and hunt chiefly by night.
Scorpions sometimes prey on each other, but their main food is the woodlouse. They are also able to survive for a long time without eating: one scorpion managed to survive for months on a single housefly.
Arachnid of warm dry regions having a long segmented tail ending in a venomous sting.



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