English - Turkish

  1. isimleri
  2. isimler
  3. isim isim (name)
  4. ad isim (name)
  5. itibar isim (reputation)
  6. şöhret isim (reputation)
  7. ün isim (reputation)
  8. belirtmek (name)
  9. şeref isim (reputation)
  10. yerine (name)
  11. ada göre Bilgisayar (name)
  12. seçmek (name)
  13. olarak seçmek (name)
  14. ismini söylemek (name)
  15. adını söylemek (name)
  16. ünlü kimse (name)
  17. nam (name)
  18. ismiyle çağırmak (name)
  19. söylemek (name)
  20. tayin etmek (name)
  21. ünlü kişi (name)
  22. demek (name)
  23. ad koymak fiil (name)
  24. isim koymak fiil (name)
  25. isim vermek fiil (name)
  26. ismini koymak (name)
  27. ilan etmek (name)
  28. girdi adları Bilgisayar (name)
  29. dosya adı Bilgisayar (name)
  30. atamak (name)

English - English

  1. There are three basic categories of brand (or corporate) name: Descriptive name A name which describes the product or service for which it is intended, e.g., TALKING PAGES. Associative name A name which alludes to an aspect or benefit of the product or service, often by means of an original or striking image or idea, e.g., VISA. Freestanding name A name which has no link to the product or service but which might have meaning of its own, e.g., PENGUIN. Abstract name A name which is entirely invented and has no meaning of its own, e.g., ZENECA. Abstract names are a sub-set of freestanding names because they also have no link to the product of service. Coined name Any name which is in some way invented. Coined names can be descriptive (CO-CREATE), associative (IMATION) and freestanding/abstract (ZENECA) Reklam
  2. Yams
  3. Must be included for any Jewish victims, always avoid names for Muslim or Christian victims but use numbers in stead (remember in the passive voice, e g 2 Palestinians died in clashes)
  4. third-person singular of name
  5. plural of name
  6. are the identifiers of data records Because GEMIS 4 0 is multilingual, names are always entered in a country language (e g German) and the fixed system language (English)
  7. The built-in application for storing names, addresses, phone numbers, and other information about people Source: NUIG
  8. HDF5 object names are a slash-separated list of components A name which begins with a slash is an absolute name which is accessed beginning with the root group of the file while all other relative names are accessed beginning with the specified group
  9. (SNMP Support Reference Guide)
  10. (SNMP Support Reference Guide; search in this book)
  11. verbal abuse; a crude substitute for argument
  12. National Association of Medical Equipment Suppliers
  13. Behind the name Etymology and History of first names Useful for About Me/ Identity activities
  14. A name may be up to 20 characters long and may include the characters A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9 and the underscore (_) The underscore is always displayed as a space As CL4 databases, men files, ent files and enc files are UNIX files, they follow the UNIX file naming conventions Database names are limited to 11 characters
  15. or what the person is called by other people
  16. Twisted's DNS server, found in twisted names
  17. used to refer to values Association between name and value created in two ways: (define x 1) (permanent) or (define (absolute-value x) ), where x is temporarily associated with some value for the duration of the activation of the procedure
  18. A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
  19. Functions for finding out about available/valid names/classes/etc PRINTS ALL CURRENTLY AVAILABLE VARIABLES/FUNCTIONS/OBJECTS: PrintGlobalNames() PRINTS ALL CURRENTLY AVAILABLE CLASSES/TYPES: PrintClassNames() PRINTS ACCESSIBLE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS DEFINED BY classname: PrintClassMembers( string classname )
  20. Abbreviation of North American English (NAmE)
  21. To identify as relevant or important - "naming the problem" (name)
  22. To publicly implicate - "The painter was named as an accomplice." (name)
  23. To designate for a role - "My neighbor was named to the steering committee." (name)
  24. To give a name to (name)
  25. An investor in Lloyds of London bearing unlimited liability (name)
  26. Any word or phrase which indicates a particular person, place, class, or thing - "So good a man as this must surely have a name." (name)
  27. Reputation - "And David won a name for himself." (name)
  28. : A unique identifier, generally a string of characters (name)
  29. To mention, specify - "You name it!" (name)
  30. nyem (name.)


About This Word

    Etymology: [ 'nAm ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English nama; akin to Old High German namo name, Latin nomen, Greek onoma, onyma.
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