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Ar. πήρα, ἡ, σάκκος, ὁ, σάκος, ὁ, P. and V. ἀσκός, ὁ, θύλακος, ὁ (Eur., Cyclops), P. μάρσιππος, μάρσιπος, ὁ (Xen.).

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bag

Albanian: thes,çantë; Amharic: ቦርሳ, ጁኒያ; Arabic: حَقِيبَة‎, جَيْب‎, كِيس‎; Egyptian Arabic: كيس‎; Gulf Arabic: جنطة‎; Hijazi Arabic: شَنْطَة‎, كيس‎; Moroccan Arabic: خنشة‎; Armenian: պայուսակ, տոպրակ, պարկ; Assamese: মোনা, টোপোলা, জোলোঙা; Azerbaijani: çanta; Bashkir: тоҡ, тоҡсай; Basque: poltsa; Belarusian: сумка, мяшок, торба; Bengali: ব্যাগ; Bulgarian: торба, чанта, чувал, плик; Burmese: အိတ်; Catalan: bossa; Cherokee: ᏕᎦᎵᏗ; Chichewa: thumba; Chinese Cantonese: 袋; Dungan: бозы; Mandarin: 包, 袋; Cornish: sagh; Czech: taška, pytel; Danish: bærepose, sæk, taske; Dutch: zak, tas; Dzongkha: ཕད་ཅུང; East Malay: uncaŋ; Esperanto: sako; Estonian: kott; Fijian: kato, beki, taga; Finnish: kassi, laukku, pussi, säkki; French: sac, poche, cornet; Friulian: sac; Galician: motela, boria, argán, buzaca, taleiga, barxoleta, bisallo, bulsa, faldriqueira, falchoca; Georgian: ტომარა; German: Beutel, Tasche, Sack; Gothic: 𐌱𐌰𐌻𐌲𐍃; Greek: σακούλα, σάκος; Ancient Greek: θύλακος, πήρα, σάκκος, σάκος; Gujarati: થેલી; Haitian Creole: sak, sachè; Hausa: jaka; Hebrew: תִּיק‎; Hindi: बैग, खीसा, झोला; Hungarian: táska, zsák, szatyor, tasak; Icelandic: poki; Ido: sako; Indonesian: tas; Irish: mála; Italian: sacco, busta; Japanese: 袋, バッグ; Kabuverdianu: bolsa; Kazakh: сумка, сөмке, дорба; Khmer: កប៉ៅ; Korean: 가방, 봉지(封紙), 봉투(封套), 자루; Kyrgyz: сумка, мүшөк; Ladino: bolsa, chanta, ibé, sako, torba; Lao: ກະເປົາ, ຖົງ; Latin: follis, saccus; Latvian: soma, maiss; Lezgi: чанта; Limburgish: tuut, zak; Lithuanian: krepšys; Malagasy: kitabo; Malay: beg; Malayalam: സഞ്ചി; Manchu: ᡶᡠᠯᡥᡡ, ᡶᠠᡩᡠ; Mbyá Guaraní: voxa; Middle English: bagge, male; Mizo: ip, ịp; Mongolian Cyrillic: уут, шуудай, тор; Nepali: झोला, थैलो, ब्याग; Norman: puk, pouque; Norwegian Bokmål: veske; Nynorsk: veske; Ojibwe: mashkimod; Old English: codd; Oromo: korojoo; Ossetian: голлаг; Pashto: تېله‎; Persian: کیسه‎, کیف‎, ساک‎; Plautdietsch: Sak; Polish: torba, torebka, worek; Portuguese: sacola, saco; Romagnol: sac; Romani: gono; Romanian: pungă, sac; Russian: сумка, мешок, пакет, торба; Scottish Gaelic: màileid, baga, poca, màla; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: торба; Roman: tórba; Slovak: taška, vrece, vrecko; Slovene: torba; Somali: kiish; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: měch; Spanish: bolsa, saco, cartucho, funda, jaba, talego; Swahili: mfuko; Swedish: väska, säck, kasse; Tagalog: supot, bulsa, bag; Tajik: сумка, киф, халта; Tamil: பை; Tatar: торба; Tedim Chin: ip; Thai: ถุง, กระเป๋า; Tibetan: ལྟོ་ཕད, སྣོད་ཕད; Tocharian B: ṣorpor; Tok Pisin: bek; Turkish: çanta, poşet, paket, torba; Turkmen: bukja, sumka, torba; Turoyo: ܫ̰ܰܢܛܰܐ‎‎; Ukrainian: сумка, мішок, торба, чувал; Urdu: بیگ‎; Uyghur: خالتا‎, قاپ‎, سومكا‎; Uzbek: sumka, qopcha, xalta; Venetian: spòrta; Vietnamese: bao, túi; Vilamovian: zak; Walloon: saetch, saetchot; Welsh: cwdyn, bag; West Frisian: pûde; White Hmong: hnab; Zazaki: heqibe, torbe; Zhuang: suek, duk; Zou: ip