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English Turkish

Linguatic English Turkish Dictionary

abeamClick to Search abeam
 
omurgaya dik açıda; apazlama
abecedarianClick to Search abecedarian
 
alfabetik olarak düzenlenmiş
abecedarianClick to Search abecedarian
 
okumayı yeni öğrenen kimse; çok basit, temel
abedClick to Search abed
 (ıbed´)
yatakta, yatağın üstünde
abeleClick to Search abele
 
akçakavak, akkavak
abeliaClick to Search abelia
 (ıbil´yı)
abelya, Abelia
aberranceClick to Search aberrance
 
sapıklık; anormallik
aberrancyClick to Search aberrancy
 
sapıklık; anormallik
aberrantClick to Search aberrant
 (ıber´ınt)
sapık; anormal
aberrationClick to Search aberration
 (äbırey´şın)
sapıtma, sapıklık, sapınç, aberasyon
abetClick to Search abet
 (ıbet´)
yardakçılık etmek; kışkırtmak, tahrik etmek; suç ortaklığı yapmak, suça katılmak
abetmentClick to Search abetment
 (ıbet´mınt)
suça teşvik, yardakçılık etme, (suça) yardımda bolunmak, suç ortaklığı
abettedClick to Search abetted
 (ıbet´it)
yardakçılık etmek; kışkırtmak, tahrik etmek; yardımda bulunmak
abetterClick to Search abetter
 (ıbet´ır)
yardakçı; kışkırtıcı; yardımda bulunan biri
abettingClick to Search abetting
 (ıbet´ing)
yardakçılık etmek; kışkırtmak, tahrik etmek; yardımda bulunmak
abettorClick to Search abettor
 (ıbet´ır)
suç ortağı, yardakçı
abeyanceClick to Search abeyance
 (ıbey´ıns)
askıda olma, sürünceme

Turkish English

Linguatic Turkish English Dictionary

abeClick to Search abe
 
male first name (form of Abraham)
abeceClick to Search abece
 
alphabet, series of letters used in a certain language
abeceselClick to Search abecesel
 
alphabetic, according to the order of the letters of the alphabet, alphabetical
abeciClick to Search abeci
 
fool, idiot; foolish (Slang)
aberasyonClick to Search aberasyon
 
aberration
abesClick to Search abes
 
vain, absurd, nonsensical, unreasonable, meaningless, nugatory, trivial
abeslikClick to Search abeslik
 
triviality, senselessness, pointlessness, quality of being meaningless; silliness, stupidity

English English

Linguatic English English Dictionary

AbeClick to Search Abe
 
male first name (form of Abraham)
abeamClick to Search abeam
 
on a 90 degree angle to the keel of a ship (Nautical)
abecedarianClick to Search abecedarian
 
of or pertaining to the alphabet; arranged in alphabetical order; studying the alphabet
abecedarianClick to Search abecedarian
 
beginner; student of the abc`s, one who is learning the alphabet
abecedaryClick to Search abecedary
 
study book that starts at the beginning of a subject, the abc`s of a subject
abecedismClick to Search abecedism
 
word formed from the initials of words in a phrase
abedClick to Search abed
 
male first name (Arabic)
abedClick to Search abed
 
in bed; confined to bed due to illness or injury
AbeggClick to Search Abegg
 
family name; Richard Abegg (1869-1910), Prussian chemist
AbelClick to Search Abel
 
second son of Adam and Eve, Biblical figure that was slain by his brother Cain
Abel AyerzaClick to Search Abel Ayerza
 
(1861-1918) Argentinian physician
Abel Janszoon TasmanClick to Search Abel Janszoon Tasman
 
(1603-1659) Dutch navigator and explorer who was the first European to reach Tasmania and New Zealand
AbelcetClick to Search Abelcet
 
brand-name medication used to treat severe fungal infections (produced by the Lipsome Company)
abeleClick to Search abele
 
white poplar a tree native to Europe
abeliaClick to Search abelia
 
flowering shrub from the honeysuckle family that has clusters of small white or pink flowers (originally from east Asia)
abelmoskClick to Search abelmosk
 
evergreen shrub of tropical Asia cultivated for its seeds which are used for flavoring in coffee and in perfume
AbenakiClick to Search Abenaki
 
member of the Abenaki Indian tribe
AbenakiClick to Search Abenaki
 
American Indian tribe of northern New England and southern Quebec; either of the two languages spoken by the Abenaki Indians
ABEND (abnormal end)Click to Search ABEND (abnormal end)
 
"crash" of a computer program, atypical termination of software (Computers)
AberdeenClick to Search Aberdeen
 
port city in northeastern Scotland
aberdevineClick to Search aberdevine
 
small green and yellow finch native of Europe; light yellowish green color
AberdonianClick to Search Aberdonian
 
of or pertaining to Aberdeen
AberdonianClick to Search Aberdonian
 
native or resident of Aberdeen
AbernathyClick to Search Abernathy
 
family name; Ralph David Abernathy (1926-1990), United States clergyman and civil rights activist who founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
aberranceClick to Search aberrance
 
wandering from the correct path, going astray; deviation from what is normal, abnormality
aberrancyClick to Search aberrancy
 
wandering from the correct path, going astray; deviation from what is normal, abnormality
aberrantClick to Search aberrant
 
abnormal, irregular, straying from the norm; deviant, perverse
aberrantlyClick to Search aberrantly
 
irregularly, abnormally
aberratedClick to Search aberrated
 
atypical, unusual; having defects or abnormalities
aberration of the needleClick to Search aberration of the needle
 
aberration of the magnetic needle
aberrationalClick to Search aberrational
 
abnormal, irregular, straying from the norm
abetClick to Search abet
 
encourage or help someone to do something (especially something illegal)
abetalipoproteinemiaClick to Search abetalipoproteinemia
 
rare genetic disorder of absence of low-density beta-lipoprotein and the presence of acanthocytes in blood and extremely unusual low cholesterol levels
abetmentClick to Search abetment
 
act of aiding or encouraging someone to do something (especially something illegal)
abetterClick to Search abetter
 
one who aids or encourages someone to do something (especially something illegal)
abettingClick to Search abetting
 
state of assisting or encouraging (usually in some wrongdoing)
abettorClick to Search abettor
 
one who aids or encourages someone to do something (especially something illegal)
abeyanceClick to Search abeyance
 
condition of being temporarily postponed, suspension
abeyantClick to Search abeyant
 
suspended, temporarily postponed
Shinzo AbeClick to Search Shinzo Abe
 
(born 1954) 90th Prime Minister of Japan (from September 2006 to September 2007 when he suddenly resigned) who was the youngest prime minister of Japane since WWII

German Turkish

Linguatic German Turkish Dictionary

AbendClick to Search Abend
 
olağandışı bitti
AbendbrotClick to Search Abendbrot
 
s. a:bıntbro:
akşam yemeği
AbendessenClick to Search Abendessen
 
s. `a:bıntesın
akşam yemeği
AbendlandClick to Search Abendland
 
s. `a:bıntlan
batı âlemi, batı dünyası, batı Avrupa
AbendzeitungClick to Search Abendzeitung
 
en. e. `a:bınttsaytung
akşam gazetesi
AbenteuerClick to Search Abenteuer
 
s. `a:bıntoyır
serüven, macera
aberClick to Search aber
 
`a:bır
ama, fakat, ancak
AberglaubeClick to Search Aberglaube
 
r. `abırglaubı
batıl itikat, boş inanç
abermalsClick to Search abermals
 
`a:bırma:ls
tekrar, gene

Turkish German

Linguatic Turkish German Dictionary

abeceClick to Search abece
 
alphabet
abeceselClick to Search abecesel
 
alphabetisch
abesClick to Search abes
 
albern, dumm, nutzlos; albernes zeug

English German

Linguatic English German Dictionary

AbeClick to Search Abe
 
n. Abe, männlicher Vorname (Form von Abraham)
abeamClick to Search abeam
 
adv. querab (beim Schiff)
abecedarianClick to Search abecedarian
 
adj. alphabetisch; in alphabetischer Reihenfolge, gründlich, sorgfältig
n. Anfänger, ABC-Schütze, Schulanfänger
abedClick to Search abed
 
n. Abed, Arabischer Name
abed
adv. liegt im Bett, bettlägerig
AbeggClick to Search Abegg
 
n. Abegg, Nachname; Richard Wilhelm Heinrich Abegg (1869-1910), preußischer Chemiker
Abel AyerzaClick to Search Abel Ayerza
 
n. Abel Ayerza (1861-1918), argentinischer Arzt
Abel Janszoon TasmanClick to Search Abel Janszoon Tasman
 
n. Abel Janszoon Tasman (1603-1659) niederländischer Navigator und Forschungsreisender erster Europäer Tasmanien und Neuseeland zu erreichen
AbelcetClick to Search Abelcet
 
n. Abelcet, Markenname eines Medikaments das bei schweren Pilzinfektionen eingesetzt wird (von der Lipsome Gesellschaft hergestellt)
abeleClick to Search abele
 
n. Pappel, in Europa und Asien vorkommene Baumart die bis zu 30 m hoch wird (Botanik)
abeliaClick to Search abelia
 
n. blühender Strauch der Geißblatt Familie Büschel von pinken Blüte afweisend (aus Ost Asien stammend)
abembryonicClick to Search abembryonic
 
adj. entfernt vom Embryo (med.)
AbenakiClick to Search Abenaki
 
n. Abenaki, Mitglied des Abenaki Indianerstammes
n. Abenaki, amerikanischer Indianerstamm das früher Neu England bewohnte; eine der zwei Sprachen von den Abenaki Indianer gesprochen
ABENDClick to Search ABEND
 
ABEND (abnormal end)
Absturz eines Computerprogramms (Computer)
AberdeenClick to Search Aberdeen
 
n. Aberdeen, Stadt in Schottland
aberdevineClick to Search aberdevine
 
n. Erlenzeisig, Carduelis Spinus Vogelart der Familie Finken (Biologie); gelb-grüne Farbe
AberdonianClick to Search Aberdonian
 
n. Einwohner oder Einheimischer von Aberdeen
AbernathyClick to Search Abernathy
 
n. Abernathy, Nachname; Ralph David Abernathy (1923-1990), amerikanischer Geistlicher und Menschenrechteaktivist und Gründer der "Southern Christian Leadership Conference"
aberranceClick to Search aberrance
 
n. Abweichung; Verirung
aberrancyClick to Search aberrancy
 
n. Irrtum, Verirrung
aberrantClick to Search aberrant
 
adj. abweichend
aberrantlyClick to Search aberrantly
 
adv. auf unnormaler Weise, ausnahmsweise
aberratedClick to Search aberrated
 
adj. abgewichen vom üblichen bzw. normalen Kurs
aberration of the needleClick to Search aberration of the needle
 
n. Nadelabweichung, Abweichung einer Magnetnadel
aberrationalClick to Search aberrational
 
adj. abweichend
abetClick to Search abet
 
v. anstiften, unterstützen (im kriminellen Sinne)
abetmentClick to Search abetment
 
n. Hilfe; Unterstützung; Beihilfe (Verbrechen)
abetterClick to Search abetter
 
n. Gehilfe
abettorClick to Search abettor
 
n. Helfershelfer (kriminell)
abeyanceClick to Search abeyance
 
n. schwebender Zustand
abeyantClick to Search abeyant
 
adj. unentschieden

German English

Linguatic German English Dictionary

AbeClick to Search Abe
 
n. Abe, male first name (form of Abraham)
abebbenClick to Search abebben
 
v. die away, fade, disappear, dwindle, decline
AbedClick to Search Abed
 
n. Abed, male first name (Arabic)
AbeggClick to Search Abegg
 
n. abegg
AbelClick to Search Abel
 
n. Abel, second son of Adam and Eve, Biblical figure that was slain by his brother Cain
AbendClick to Search Abend
 
Abend (der)
n. evening, period of time between afternoon and night
Abend für AbendClick to Search Abend für Abend
 
every evening, each evening
Abend werdenClick to Search Abend werden
 
become evening, get late; get dark; grow late
abendaktivClick to Search abendaktiv
 
adj. active in the evening
AbendanbruchClick to Search Abendanbruch
 
Abendanbruch (der)
n. nightfall, coming of night, coming of darkness
AbendandachtClick to Search Abendandacht
 
Abendandacht (die)
n. evensong, (Anglicanism) evening prayer, vesper, evening service prayer (Christianity)
AbendanzugClick to Search Abendanzug
 
Abendanzug (der)
n. dinner jacket, dress-coat without tails which is traditionally worn by men to evening events; man`s suit of evening clothes including a dress coat; evening suit with a tail in the back
AbendausgabeClick to Search Abendausgabe
 
Abendausgabe (die)
n. afternoon edition, afternoon printing of a newspaper
AbendblattClick to Search Abendblatt
 
Abendblatt (das)
n. evening paper, edition of the newspaper which is issued in the evening
AbendbrotClick to Search Abendbrot
 
Abendbrot (das)
n. supper, evening meal
AbenddämmerungClick to Search Abenddämmerung
 
Abenddämmerung (die)
n. gloaming, twilight, fading light of early evening
AbendessenClick to Search Abendessen
 
Abendessen (das)
n. dinner, supper, evening meal; dinner party, banquet honoring a person or event
abendfüllendClick to Search abendfüllend
 
adj. taking the whole evening
AbendgarderobeClick to Search Abendgarderobe
 
Abendgarderobe (die)
n. dinner gown, formal dress worn in the evening
AbendgebetClick to Search Abendgebet
 
Abendgebet (das)
n. evening prayer, prayers which are recited in the evening
AbendgesellschaftClick to Search Abendgesellschaft
 
Abendgesellschaft (die)
n. soiree, dinner party; celebratory feast
AbendgottesdienstClick to Search Abendgottesdienst
 
Abendgottesdienst (der)
n. vesper, evening service prayer
AbendjacketClick to Search Abendjacket
 
Abendjacket (das)
n. dinner jacket, dress-coat without tails which is traditionally worn by men to evening events
AbendkasseClick to Search Abendkasse
 
Abendkasse (die)
n. box office, place where admission tickets are sold (in a theater, etc.)
AbendkleidClick to Search Abendkleid
 
Abendkleid (das)
n. evening dress, evening attire, festive dress, woman`s formal dress, dress for evening social occasions
AbendkleidungClick to Search Abendkleidung
 
Abendkleidung (die)
n. evening wear, formal clothes worn at an evening event
AbendkursClick to Search Abendkurs
 
Abendkurs (der)
n. rate, ratio; price, cost; course, track
AbendlandClick to Search Abendland
 
Abendland (das)
n. Occident, western hemisphere; Europe and America
AbendländerinClick to Search Abendländerin
 
Abendländerin (die)
n. woman from the West, woman living in the western regions
abendländischClick to Search abendländisch
 
adj. occidental, native of the west, of the west, western
AbendleuchtenClick to Search Abendleuchten
 
Abendleuchten (das)
n. afterglow, glow after sunset, glow light leaves after it is gone
abendlichClick to Search abendlich
 
adj. vespertine, of evening
AbendmahlClick to Search Abendmahl
 
Abendmahl (das)
n. communion, Holy Communion; (Christian ritual) Eucharist
AbendmahlbrotClick to Search Abendmahlbrot
 
Abendmahlbrot (das)
n. supper, evening meal, dinner
AbendmahlsgottesdienstClick to Search Abendmahlsgottesdienst
 
Abendmahlsgottesdienst (der)
n. Holy Communion, Christian ceremony commemorating the last supper of Jesus and his disciples, communion service
AbendmahlskelchClick to Search Abendmahlskelch
 
Abendmahlskelch (der)
n. communion cup, cup used during the christian communion service
AbendmahlzeitClick to Search Abendmahlzeit
 
Abendmahlzeit (die)
n. supper, dinner, evening meal
AbendmusikantClick to Search Abendmusikant
 
Abendmusikant (der)
n. serenader, one who sings love songs at night in the open air (esp. a man singing under the window of the woman he desires)
AbendnachrichtenClick to Search Abendnachrichten
 
Abendnachrichten (die)
n. evening news, news in the evening in the evening that summarize the events of that day
AbendprogrammClick to Search Abendprogramm
 
Abendprogramm (das)
n. evening program
AbendrotClick to Search Abendrot
 
Abendrot (das)
n. red, one of the primary colors, color similar to that of blood, redness, quality of being red, ruddiness; rouge, any of several types of red or pink cosmetics used on the cheeks and lips; reddish powder used as a pigment and polishing agent
AbendröteClick to Search Abendröte
 
Abendröte (die)
n. redness of the sunset sky, red color of the evening sky
abendsClick to Search abends
 
adv. in the evening, during the early nighttime hours
Abend (der)
n. evening, period of time between afternoon and night
AbendsausgabeClick to Search Abendsausgabe
 
Abendsausgabe (die)
n. evening edition, edition of the newspaper which is issued in the evening
AbendschichtClick to Search Abendschicht
 
Abendschicht (die)
n. evening shift, evening portion of a twenty-four hour work shift (as opposed to day shift or night shift)
AbendschuleClick to Search Abendschule
 
Abendschule (die)
n. night school, educational classes which take place in the evening or at night (mainly for working adults)
AbendsegenClick to Search Abendsegen
 
Abendsegen (der)
n. evening prayer; short evening service
AbendsitzungClick to Search Abendsitzung
 
Abendsitzung (die)
n. evening session, parliament meeting held in the evening; conference meetings or discussions held during the nighttime hours
AbendsonneClick to Search Abendsonne
 
Abendsonne (die)
n. sunset, evening sun, setting sun
AbendspaziergangClick to Search Abendspaziergang
 
Abendspaziergang (der)
n. evening stroll, travel by foot in the evening
AbendständchenClick to Search Abendständchen
 
Abendständchen (das)
n. evening serenade, instrumental or vocal love song performed at night in the open air
AbendsternClick to Search Abendstern
 
Abendstern (der)
n. vesper, evening star, bright planet which is seen in the west after the sun sets (especially Venus)
AbendstilleClick to Search Abendstille
 
Abendstille (die)
n. evening silence, silence occurring in the evening or at night
AbendstundeClick to Search Abendstunde
 
Abendstunde (die)
n. evening, period of time between afternoon and night
AbendtoiletteClick to Search Abendtoilette
 
Abendtoilette (die)
n. evening gown, dress for evening social occasions, evening dress, evening attire
AbendunterhaltungClick to Search Abendunterhaltung
 
Abendunterhaltung (die)
n. evening performance, performance occurring in the evening hours (e.g. movie or theater)
AbendveranstaltungClick to Search Abendveranstaltung
 
Abendveranstaltung (die)
n. evening event, happening taking place at night
AbendverkaufClick to Search Abendverkauf
 
Abendverkauf (der)
n. late opening, evening sale
AbendvorstellungClick to Search Abendvorstellung
 
Abendvorstellung (die)
n. evening performance, performance occurring in the evening hours (e.g. movie or theater)
AbendzeitClick to Search Abendzeit
 
Abendzeit (die)
n. evening, period of time between afternoon and night
AbendzeitungClick to Search Abendzeitung
 
Abendzeitung (die)
n. evening newspaper, edition of the newspaper which is issued in the evening, evening paper, newspaper that one receives in the evening (that summarizes the events of that day)
AbenteuerClick to Search Abenteuer
 
Abenteuer (das)
n. adventure, escapade, exciting experience, risky undertaking
Abenteuer für eine NachtClick to Search Abenteuer für eine Nacht
 
n. one night stand, one night performance; one time fling, casual affair
Abenteuer ParkClick to Search Abenteuer Park
 
adventure park, park for adventure sports
AbenteuerbuchClick to Search Abenteuerbuch
 
Abenteuerbuch (das)
n. adventure book, story of an adventure
AbenteuererClick to Search Abenteuerer
 
Abenteuerer (der)
n. adventurer, one who goes on adventures, one who takes risks
Abenteurer (der)
n. adventurer, one who goes on adventures, one who takes risks; carpetbagger
AbenteuererlebnisClick to Search Abenteuererlebnis
 
Abenteuererlebnis (das)
n. adventure, exciting experience; risky undertaking
AbenteuerferienClick to Search Abenteuerferien
 
Abenteuerferien (die)
n. adventure holiday
AbenteuerfilmClick to Search Abenteuerfilm
 
Abenteuerfilm (der)
n. adventure movie, adventure motion picture
AbenteuergeistClick to Search Abenteuergeist
 
Abenteuergeist (der)
n. adventurousness, daring, fearlessness
AbenteuergeschichteClick to Search Abenteuergeschichte
 
Abenteuergeschichte (die)
n. adventure story, story of an adventure, heroic story
AbenteuerlebenClick to Search Abenteuerleben
 
Abenteuerleben (das)
n. adventurous life
abenteuerlichClick to Search abenteuerlich
 
adj. adventitious, chance, unexpected; adventuresome, adventurous, daring, tending to become involved in risky activities, risky
abenteuerliche GeschichteClick to Search abenteuerliche Geschichte
 
yarn, tale, story, anecdote; lie, untruth
abenteuerliche ReiseClick to Search abenteuerliche Reise
 
adventurous journey, trip full of exciting and unusual experiences
AbenteuerlichkeitClick to Search Abenteuerlichkeit
 
Abenteuerlichkeit (die)
n. adventurousness, daring, fearlessness; foolhardiness, recklessness
AbenteuerlustClick to Search Abenteuerlust
 
Abenteuerlust (die)
n. adventurousness, daring, fearlessness
AbenteuerlustigeClick to Search Abenteuerlustige
 
Abenteuerlustige (der)
n. adventurer, one who goes on adventures; one who takes risks, speculator
abenteuernClick to Search abenteuern
 
v. carpetbag, travel with light baggage; leave on an adventure
Abenteuer (das)
n. adventure, escapade, exciting experience, risky undertaking
AbenteuerromanClick to Search Abenteuerroman
 
Abenteuerroman (der)
n. adventure story, heroic story, story of an adventure
AbenteuerspielplatzClick to Search Abenteuerspielplatz
 
Abenteuerspielplatz (der)
n. adventure park, park for adventure sports (such as rock climbing, boating, etc.)
AbenteuerurlaubClick to Search Abenteuerurlaub
 
Abenteuerurlaub (der)
n. adventure holiday, period of time away from work devoted to an adventure
AbenteurernaturClick to Search Abenteurernatur
 
Abenteurernatur (die)
n. adventurousness, daring, fearlessness; foolhardiness, recklessness
AbenteurertumClick to Search Abenteurertum
 
Abenteurertum (das)
n. adventurousness, daring, fearlessness
aberClick to Search aber
 
interj. why, Oh! (cry of surprise)
conj. but, yet; if, condition, opposition, limitation
aber bitteClick to Search aber bitte
 
sure, of course, certainly, surely
aber bitte dochClick to Search aber bitte doch
 
sure, of course, certainly, surely
aber das ist schon eine andere GeschichteClick to Search aber das ist schon eine andere Geschichte
 
but that`s a different story, but that is a completely different idea or tale from what I just told you, but that`s another matter altogether
aber dennochClick to Search aber dennoch
 
but still
aber gernClick to Search aber gern
 
of course, certainly, surely
aber gern dochClick to Search aber gern doch
 
of course, surely, certainly
aber jaClick to Search aber ja
 
oh yes
aber neinClick to Search aber nein
 
certainly not
aber sagenClick to Search aber sagen
 
but, say "but", make excuses, protest; assert objection, declare opposition
aber sofortClick to Search aber sofort
 
at once, immediately, right now
aber und abermalsClick to Search aber und abermals
 
again and again, over and over, more and more
aber wieClick to Search aber wie
 
bet you
AberglaubeClick to Search Aberglaube
 
Aberglaube (der)
n. superstition, belief that is not based on fact, custom based on belief in luck or magical forces; voodooism, voodoo ritualism of Africa and Haiti entailing sorcery and talismans and faith
abergläubischClick to Search abergläubisch
 
adv. superstitiously, with superstitious belief, with belief in luck or magical forces
adj. superstitious, believing in superstition, superstitiously, with superstitious belief, with belief in luck or magical forces
aberhundertClick to Search aberhundert
 
adj. hundreds, hundreds of
aberkennenClick to Search aberkennen
 
v. confute, disprove, disallow, disqualify
AberkennungClick to Search Aberkennung
 
Aberkennung (die)
n. revocation, act of revoking, cancellation, annulment, retraction
abermaligClick to Search abermalig
 
adj. repeated, reiterated, done again
aberntenClick to Search abernten
 
v. harvest, gather, gather in ripe crops
AberrationClick to Search Aberration
 
Aberration (die)
n. aberration, deviation, irregularity, abnormality
aberrationsbehaftetClick to Search aberrationsbehaftet
 
adj. aberrational, abnormal, irregular, erratic, deviating from the norm
aberrationsfreiClick to Search aberrationsfrei
 
adj. free of aberration
aberregenClick to Search aberregen
 
v. calm down, relax; make relaxed
AberregungClick to Search Aberregung
 
Aberregung (die)
n. calming down, becoming calm; making calm
AberwitzClick to Search Aberwitz
 
Aberwitz (der)
n. lunacy, craziness, insanity
aberwitzigClick to Search aberwitzig
 
adj. lunatic, crazy, insane
AbessinienClick to Search Abessinien
 
Abessinien (s)
n. Abyssinia, former name of Ethiopia (country in East Africa)
AbessinierClick to Search Abessinier
 
Abessinier (der)
n. Abyssinian, resident of Ethiopia; Ethiopian language
abessinischClick to Search abessinisch
 
adj. Abyssinian, or pertaining to Abyssinia, of or pertaining to the inhabitants of Abyssinia, of or pertaining to the language of Abyssinia

English English

WordNet 3.0 Dictionary

abeamClick to Search abeam
 
adverb
at right angles to the length of a ship or airplane
AbecedarianClick to Search Abecedarian
 
noun
a 16th century sect of Anabaptists centered in Germany who had an absolute disdain for human knowledge
Hypernyms: sect, religious sect, religious order
abecedarianClick to Search abecedarian
 
I
noun
a novice learning the rudiments of some subject
Hypernyms: novice, beginner, tyro, tiro, initiate
II
adjective
alphabetically arranged (as for beginning readers)
Similar to: alphabetic, alphabetical
abecedariusClick to Search abecedarius
 
noun
a poem having lines beginning with letters of the alphabet in regular order
Hypernyms: poem, verse form
abedClick to Search abed
 
adverb
in bed (Freq. 1)
AbelClick to Search Abel
 
noun
1. Norwegian mathematician (1802-1829)
Syn: Niels Abel, Niels Henrik Abel
Instance Hypernyms: mathematician
2. (Old Testament) Cain and Abel were the first children of Adam and Eve born after the Fall of Man; Abel was killed by Cain
Topics: Old Testament
Instance Hypernyms: man, adult male
Abel Janszoon TasmanClick to Search Abel Janszoon Tasman
 
noun
Dutch navigator who was the first European to discover Tasmania and New Zealand (1603-1659)
Syn: Tasman, Abel Tasman
Instance Hypernyms: navigator
Abel TasmanClick to Search Abel Tasman
 
noun
Dutch navigator who was the first European to discover Tasmania and New Zealand (1603-1659)
Syn: Tasman, Abel Janszoon Tasman
Instance Hypernyms: navigator
AbelardClick to Search Abelard
 
noun
French philosopher and theologian; lover of Heloise (1079-1142)
Syn: Peter Abelard, Pierre Abelard
Instance Hypernyms: philosopher, theologian, theologist, theologizer, theologiser
abeleClick to Search abele
 
noun
a poplar that is widely cultivated in the United States; has white bark and leaves with whitish undersurfaces
Syn: white poplar, white aspen, aspen poplar, silver-leaved poplar, Populus alba
Hypernyms: poplar, poplar tree
abeliaClick to Search abelia
 
noun
any of various deciduous or evergreen ornamental shrubs of the genus Abelia having opposite simple leaves and cymes of small white or pink or purplish flowers; Asia and Mexico
Hypernyms: shrub, bush
Member Holonyms: genus Abelia
Abelian groupClick to Search Abelian group
 
noun
a group that satisfies the commutative law
Syn: commutative group
Hypernyms: group, mathematical group
AbelmoschusClick to Search Abelmoschus
 
noun
genus of tropical coarse herbs having large lobed leaves and often yellow flowers
Syn: genus Abelmoschus
Hypernyms: dilleniid dicot genus
Member Holonyms: Malvaceae, family Malvaceae, mallow family
Member Meronyms:
okra, gumbo, okra plant, lady's-finger, Abelmoschus esculentus, Hibiscus esculentus, abelmosk, musk mallow, Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus moschatus
Abelmoschus esculentusClick to Search Abelmoschus esculentus
 
noun
tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews; sometimes placed in genus Hibiscus
Syn: okra, gumbo, okra plant, lady's-finger, Hibiscus esculentus
Hypernyms: herb, herbaceous plant
Member Holonyms: Abelmoschus, genus Abelmoschus
Part Meronyms: gumbo, okra
Abelmoschus moschatusClick to Search Abelmoschus moschatus
 
noun
bushy herb of tropical Asia grown for its yellow or pink to scarlet blooms that resemble the hibiscus
Syn: abelmosk, musk mallow, Hibiscus moschatus
Hypernyms: mallow
Member Holonyms: Abelmoschus, genus Abelmoschus
abelmoskClick to Search abelmosk
 
noun
bushy herb of tropical Asia grown for its yellow or pink to scarlet blooms that resemble the hibiscus
Syn: musk mallow, Abelmoschus moschatus, Hibiscus moschatus
Hypernyms: mallow
Member Holonyms: Abelmoschus, genus Abelmoschus
AbenakiClick to Search Abenaki
 
noun
a member of the Algonquian people of Maine and southern Quebec
Syn: Abnaki
Hypernyms: Algonquian, Algonquin
AberdareClick to Search Aberdare
 
noun
a mining town in southern Wales
Instance Hypernyms: town
Part Holonyms: Wales, Cymru, Cambria
AberdeenClick to Search Aberdeen
 
noun
1. a town in western Washington
Derivationally related forms: Aberdonian
Instance Hypernyms: town, port of entry, point of entry
Part Holonyms: Washington, Evergreen State, WA
2. a town in northeastern South Dakota
Derivationally related forms: Aberdonian
Instance Hypernyms: town
Part Holonyms: South Dakota, Coyote State, Mount Rushmore State, SD
3. a town in northeastern Maryland
Derivationally related forms: Aberdonian
Instance Hypernyms: town
Part Holonyms: Maryland, Old Line State, Free State, MD
4. a city in northeastern Scotland on the North Sea
Derivationally related forms: Aberdonian
Instance Hypernyms: city, metropolis, urban center
Part Holonyms: Scotland
Aberdeen AngusClick to Search Aberdeen Angus
 
noun
black hornless breed from Scotland
Syn: Angus, black Angus
Hypernyms: beef, beef cattle
AberdonianClick to Search Aberdonian
 
adjective
of or relating to Aberdeen
Pertains to noun: Aberdeen
Derivationally related forms: Aberdeen
aberranceClick to Search aberrance
 
noun
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
Syn: aberrancy, aberration, deviance
Derivationally related forms: deviant (for: deviance), aberrate (for: aberration), aberrant (for: aberrancy), aberrant, aberrate, deviate (for: deviance)
Hypernyms: abnormality, abnormalcy
Hyponyms: chromosomal aberration, chromosomal anomaly, chrosomal abnormality, chromosonal disorder, deflection, warp
aberrancyClick to Search aberrancy
 
noun
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
Syn: aberrance, aberration, deviance
Derivationally related forms: deviant (for: deviance), aberrate (for: aberration), aberrant, aberrant (for: aberrance), aberrate (for: aberrance), deviate (for: deviance)
Hypernyms: abnormality, abnormalcy
Hyponyms: chromosomal aberration, chromosomal anomaly, chrosomal abnormality, chromosonal disorder, deflection, warp
aberrantClick to Search aberrant
 
I
noun
one whose behavior departs substantially from the norm of a group
Derivationally related forms: aberrate
Hypernyms: anomaly, unusual person
II
adjective
markedly different from an accepted norm (Freq. 1)
- example : aberrant behavior
- example : deviant ideas
Syn: deviant, deviate
Similar to: abnormal, unnatural
Derivationally related forms:
deviate (for: deviate), deviance (for: deviate), deviant (for: deviant), deviate (for: deviant), deviance (for: deviant), aberrancy, aberrance
aberrateClick to Search aberrate
 
verb
1. diverge from the expected
- example : The President aberrated from being a perfect gentleman
Derivationally related forms: aberration, aberrant, aberrance
Hypernyms: deviate, vary, diverge, depart
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s
2. diverge or deviate from the straight path; produce aberration
- example : The surfaces of the concave lens may be proportioned so as to aberrate exactly equal to the convex lens
Derivationally related forms: aberration, aberrance
Topics: optics
Hypernyms: deviate, vary, diverge, depart
Verb Frames:
- example : Something ----s
aberrationClick to Search aberration
 
noun
1. a state or condition markedly different from the norm (Freq. 1)
Syn: aberrance, aberrancy, deviance
Derivationally related forms: deviant (for: deviance), aberrate, aberrant (for: aberrancy), aberrant (for: aberrance), aberrate (for: aberrance), deviate (for: deviance)
Hypernyms: abnormality, abnormalcy
Hyponyms: chromosomal aberration, chromosomal anomaly, chrosomal abnormality, chromosonal disorder, deflection, warp
2. a disorder in one's mental state
Derivationally related forms: aberrate
Hypernyms: mental disorder, mental disturbance, disturbance, psychological disorder, folie
3. an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image
Syn: distortion, optical aberration
Derivationally related forms: aberrate
Hypernyms: optical phenomenon
Hyponyms: chromatic aberration, spherical aberration
abetClick to Search abet
 
verb
assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing (Freq. 3)
Derivationally related forms: abetment, abettal, abettor, abetter
Hypernyms: assist
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s somebody
abetalipoproteinemiaClick to Search abetalipoproteinemia
 
noun
a rare inherited disorder of fat metabolism; characterized by severe deficiency of beta-lipoproteins and abnormal red blood cells (acanthocytes) and abnormally low cholesterol levels
Hypernyms:
hypobetalipoproteinemia, lipidosis, genetic disease, genetic disorder, genetic abnormality, genetic defect, congenital disease, inherited disease, inherited disorder, hereditary disease, hereditary condition
abetmentClick to Search abetment
 
noun
the verbal act of urging on
Syn: abettal, instigation
Derivationally related forms: instigate (for: instigation), abet (for: abettal), abet
Hypernyms: encouragement
abettalClick to Search abettal
 
noun
the verbal act of urging on
Syn: abetment, instigation
Derivationally related forms: instigate (for: instigation), abet, abet (for: abetment)
Hypernyms: encouragement
abetterClick to Search abetter
 
noun
one who helps or encourages or incites another
Syn: abettor
Derivationally related forms: abet, abet (for: abettor)
Hypernyms: accessory, accessary
abettorClick to Search abettor
 
noun
one who helps or encourages or incites another
Syn: abetter
Derivationally related forms: abet (for: abetter), abet
Hypernyms: accessory, accessary
abeyanceClick to Search abeyance
 
noun
temporary cessation or suspension
Syn: suspension
Derivationally related forms: suspend (for: suspension), abeyant
Hypernyms: inaction, inactivity, inactiveness
Hyponyms: cold storage, deferral, recess, moratorium, standdown, stand-down
abeyantClick to Search abeyant
 
adjective
inactive but capable of becoming active
- example : her feelings of affection are dormant but easily awakened
Syn: dormant
Similar to: inactive
Derivationally related forms: dormancy (for: dormant), abeyance

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