Deodorant – Wiktionary

English[edit]Alternative forms[edit]deodourant (rare)Etymology[edit]

From Latin de- + odorans, present participle of odorare (“to smell”), from odor (“a smell”); see odor.Pronunciation[edit](UK) IPA(key): /diˈəʊdəɹənt/(US) IPA(key): /diˈoʊdəɹənt/Noun[edit]

deodorant (plural deodorants)Any agent acting to eliminate, reduce, mask, or control odor.An odor-controlling substance applied to the underarm to counteract odor from perspiration.[edit]odorodorousTranslations[edit]

any agent to eliminate, reduce, mask, or control odor

odor-controlling cosmetic for the underarmAlbanian: deodorant mArabic: مُزِيل اَلْعَرَق‎ m (muzīl al-ʿaraq), مُزِيل اَلرَّائِحَة‎ m (muzīl ar-rāʾiḥa)Armenian: հոտազերծիչ (hy) (hotazercičʿ)Asturian: desodorante mAzerbaijani: dezodorantBelarusian: дэзадара́нт m (dezadaránt)Bulgarian: дезодора́нт m (dezodoránt)Catalan: desodorant mChinese:Mandarin: 體香劑 (zh), 体香剂 (zh) (tǐxiāngjì), 除臭劑 (zh), 除臭剂 (zh) (chúchòujì), 防臭劑 (zh), 防臭剂 (zh) (fángchòujì), 脫臭劑, 脱臭剂 (tuōchòujì)Czech: deodorant (cs) mDanish: deodorant (da) cDutch: deodorant (nl), deo (nl) mEsperanto: senodorigiloEstonian: desodorantFaroese: deodorantur mFinnish: deodorantti (fi), dödö (fi)French: déodorant (fr) mGalician: desodorizante (gl) mGeorgian: დეზოდორანტი (dezodoranṭi)German: Deodorant (de) n, Deo (de) nGreek: αποσμητικό (el) n (aposmitikó)Greenlandic: unersunniiaatHebrew: דֶּאוֹדוֹרַנְט‎ (he) m (deodoránt’), אַל־רֵיחַ‎ m (al-ré’akh)Hindi: दुर्गन्धहर (durgandhahar), गंधहर (hi) (gandhhar), गन्धहर (hi) (gandhahar)Hungarian: dezodor (hu)Icelandic: svitalyktareyðir (is) mIndonesian: deodoran (id)Italian: deodorante (it) mJapanese: デオドラント (deodoranto)Kazakh: дезодорант (dezodorant)Khmer: please add this translation if you canKorean: 탈취제(脫臭劑) (talchwije), 데오도란트 (de’odoranteu)Kyrgyz: дезодорант (dezodorant)Lao: ຢາດັບກິ່ນ (yā dap kin)Latvian: dezodorants mLithuanian: dezodorantas mMacedonian: дезодора́нс m (dezodoráns)Malay: deodoran (ms)Mongolian:Cyrillic: дезодорант (dezodorant), үнэр дарагч (üner daragch)Norman: d’sodorant mNorwegian:Bokmål: deodorant mPersian: دئودورانت‎ (deodorânt), بو زدا‎ (bu zodâ)Polish: dezodorant (pl) mPortuguese: desodorante (pt) mRomanian: deodorant (ro) mRomansch: deodorant mRussian: дезодора́нт (ru) m (dezodoránt)Serbo-Croatian:Cyrillic: дезодоранс mRoman: dezodorans (sh) mSlovak: deodorant (sk) mSlovene: deodorant mSpanish: desodorante (es) mSwahili: kuondoa harufuSwedish: deodorant (sv)Tajik: дезодорант (dezodorant)Thai: ยาดับกลิ่น (yaa-dàp-glìn)Tibetan: དྲི་ངན་སངས་སྨན (dri ngan sangs sman)Turkish: deodorant (tr)Ukrainian: дезодора́нт m (dezodoránt)Uzbek: dezodorantVietnamese: bay mùi, chất khử mùiWelsh: diaroglydd mYiddish: דעאָדאָראַנט‎ m (deodorant)Adjective[edit]

deodorant (not comparable)acting or including an agent to eliminate, reduce, mask, or control odorTranslations[edit]See also[edit]antiperspirantReferences[edit]“deodorant” in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.deodorant in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.Czech[edit]Noun[edit]

deodorant mdeodorant (odor-controlling cosmetic for the underarm)Danish[edit]Noun[edit]

deodorant c (singular definite deodoranten, plural indefinite deodoranter)deodorantDeclension[edit]Further reading[edit]“deodorant” in Den Danske OrdbogDutch[edit]Alternative forms[edit]deodorans (dated)Etymology[edit]

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Borrowed from English deodorant or French déodorant.Pronunciation[edit]IPA(key): /ˌdeː.oː.doːˈrɑnt/Hyphenation: de‧odo‧rantRhymes: -ɑntNoun[edit]

deodorant m or n (plural deodoranten)deodorantDerived terms[edit]deodeodorantbusIndonesian[edit]Noun[edit]

deodorant (first-person possessive deodorantku, second-person possessive deodorantmu, third-person possessive deodorantnya)Alternative spelling of deodoran (“deodorant”)Romanian[edit]Etymology[edit]

From French déodorantNoun[edit]

deodorant n (plural deodoranți)deodorantDeclension[edit]