Mercenary | references

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Afrikaans: Huursoldaat
Alemannisch: Söldner
العربية: مرتزق
asturianu: Mercenariu
azərbaycanca: Muzdlu döyüşçü
български: Наемник
bosanski: Najamnik
brezhoneg: Goprsoudard
català: Mercenari
čeština: Žoldnéř
Cymraeg: Hurfilwr
dansk: Lejesoldat
Deutsch: Söldner
Ελληνικά: Μισθοφόρος
español: Mercenario
Esperanto: Soldulo
euskara: Mertzenario
فارسی: مزدور
français: Mercenaire
Frysk: Hierling
Gaeilge: Amhas
galego: Mercenario
한국어: 용병
hrvatski: Plaćenici
Bahasa Indonesia: Tentara bayaran
italiano: Mercenario
עברית: שכיר חרב
Kiswahili: Mamluki
lietuvių: Samdinys
magyar: Zsoldos
Bahasa Melayu: Tentera upahan
Nederlands: Huursoldaat
日本語: 傭兵
norsk: Leiesoldat
norsk nynorsk: Leigesoldat
occitan: Mercenari
português: Mercenário
română: Mercenar
русский: Наёмник
Scots: Mercenar
Simple English: Mercenary
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