Fr.: bug, bogue
A defect or imperfection, as in a mechanical device, computer program, or plan (Dictionary.com).
From bugge "beetle," apparently alteration of M.E. budde, O.E. -budda "beetle."
Bug, from Kurd. Kurmanji bihuk "bug, insect."
Fr.: nébuleuse de l'insecte
The double-lobed → planetary nebula NGC 6302, which lies in → Scorpius at a distance of about 4000 → light-years. The central very hot star seems to have violently ejected material in two distinct directions.
Šâparak "night butterfly, bat," from šab "night" + parak "flying," from paridan "to fly."