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Tag details: Hector

Tag aliases

TagMembersUsesTranslations
Hector93126French, Romanian
hector3048French, Romanian
HECTOR11French, Romanian
HecTor00French, Romanian

Tag translation

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LanguageTranslationVotesStatus
BulgarianХектор
30
 
CroatianHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
DutchHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
FinnishHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
FrenchHector
11
Aliased
GermanHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
HungarianHektór
30
 
IcelandicHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
ItalianEttore
30
Separate under Ettore (8 uses, 6 members)
LithuanianHektoras
30
 
NorwegianHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
PolishHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
Portuguese (Portugal)Heitor
30
Separate under Heitor (1 uses, 1 members)
RomanianHector
11
Aliased
RussianГектор
30
 
SerbianХектор
30
 
SlovakHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
SpanishHéctor
30
Separate under Héctor (2 uses, 1 members)
SwedishHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)
TurkishHektor
30
Separate under Hektor (7 uses, 6 members)

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