English - Turkish

  1. hecelemek (spell)
  2. büyü isim (spell)
  3. anlamına gelmek fiil (spell)
  4. dönem (spell)
  5. harflemek (spell)
  6. (kelimenin) harflerini söylemek fiil (spell)
  7. nöbet isim (spell)
  8. kriz (öksürük vb.) isim (spell)
  9. diye okunmak fiil (spell)
  10. büyülemek fiil (spell)
  11. belirtmek (spell)
  12. alımlılık (spell)
  13. büyüleme (spell)
  14. afsun (spell)
  15. efsun (spell)
  16. çekicilik (spell)
  17. cincilik (spell)
  18. harflerini söylemek (spell)
  19. söylemek (spell)
  20. büyülenme (spell)
  21. çekıcilik (spell)
  22. tılsım (spell)
  23. kısa mesafe (spell)
  24. kısa süre (spell)
  25. sihir (spell)
  26. nöbetini devretmek (spell)
  27. vardiya (spell)
  28. imlâsını yazmak (spell)
  29. etkilemek (spell)
  30. sıra (spell)

English - English

  1. third-person singular of spell
  2. plural of spell
  3. The term used to cover a host of magickal effects See Magick Spells
  4. (To sit you in your spell book, will also stand you back up out of spell book)
  5. Of letters: to compose (a word) - "The letters “a”, “n” and “d” spell “and”." (spell)
  6. To indicate that (some event) will occur - "This spells trouble." (spell)
  7. To clarify; to explain in detail - "When we get elected, for instance, we get one of these, and we are pretty much told what is in it, and it is our responsibility to read it and understand it, and if we do not, the Ethics Committee, we can call them any time of day and ask them to spell it out for us." (spell)
  8. To write or say the letters that form a word or part of a word (spell)
  9. To read (something) as though letter by letter; to peruse slowly or with effort - ""He'll do," said Bildad, eyeing me, and then went on spelling away at his book in a mumbling tone quite audible." (spell)
  10. Speech, discourse (spell)
  11. A magical effect or influence induced by an incantation or formula - "under a spell" (spell)
  12. To speak, to declaim - "O who can tell / The hidden power of herbes, and might of Magicke spell?" (spell)
  13. A splinter, usually of wood (spell)
  14. Words or a formula supposed to have magical powers - "He cast a spell to cure warts." (spell)
  15. To work in place of (someone) (spell)
  16. A period of illness, or sudden interval of bad spirits, disease etc (spell)
  17. An uninterrupted series of alternate overs bowled by a single bowler (spell)
  18. An indefinite period of time (usually with some qualifying word) - "And one day the ax just fell." (spell)
  19. A period of rest; time off (spell)
  20. To rest someone or something} - "They spelled the horses and rested in the shade of some trees near a brook." (spell)
  21. A period of (work or other activity) (spell)
  22. A shift (of work); a set of workers responsible for a specific turn of labour (spell)
  23. A form of low magic which often employs herbs, stones, candles, common household objects, the written or spoken word, plus various other items (spell)
  24. checker An application used to examine the spelling of words in a document Many suggest alternative words and may be located and available within a larger program such as a word processor (spell)
  25. A one-time magical effect The two primary categories of spells are arcane and divine Clerics, druids, paladins and rangers cast divine spells, while wizards, sorcerers and bards cast arcane spells Spells are further grouped into eight schools of magic (spell)
  26. a verbal formula believed to have magical force; "he whispered a spell as he moved his hands"; "inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese" indicate or signify; "I'm afraid this spells trouble!" recite the letters of or give the spelling of; "How do you spell this word?" place under a spell write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word); "He spelled the word wrong in this letter (spell)
  27. a magical effect induced by an incantation or formula (spell)
  28. A kind of prayer, spoken or unspoken, that may also use a variety of physical tools (herbs, string, candles, and so on) to help the practitioner's mind to focus on their desire (spell)
  29. (particularly with Tetralogy of Fallot) the child becomes bluer, breathless and limp for a period of time (spell)
  30. A word or formula believed to have magic power Occasionally other objects are also used in casting a spell (spell)

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About This Word

    Etymology: [ 'spel ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French espeller, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English spell talk.
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