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İngilizce - Türkçe
yanardağdan çıkan koyu renkli cama benzer çok sert bir taş
doğal cam
Volkan camı
volkanik kaya

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin ilk siyahi başkanı Barack Obama'ydı. - The first black president of the United States was Barack Obama.

Obama, Beyaz Saray'daki ilk siyahi başkan. - Obama is the first black president in the White House.

siyah renk

Biri beyaz diğeri siyah renkli olan iki tane kedisi var. - He has got two cats, one is white, one is black.

O her zaman siyah renkli kıyafetler giyer. - He always wears black clothes.

yağız (at)
kara derili

Tom sadece siyah elbiseler giyer. - Tom only wears black clothes.

Sadece katı kalpli biri şu zavallı yavru kediyi bu soğukta sokağa terkedebilir. - Only the blackest of hearts could leave that poor kitty out on the street in the cold.

kara listeye almak
{s} kötü

Siyah kediler kötü şanstır. - Black cats are bad luck.

Bazı insanlar siyah kedilerin kötü şans getirdiklerine inanırlar. - Some people believe that black cats bring bad luck.

{s} koyu

Tom her zaman kahvesini koyu içer. - Tom always drinks his coffee black.

Tom kahvesini koyu seviyor. - Tom likes his coffee black.

{i} siyah boya
{f} siyahlatmak
{s} morarmış

Leyla'nın bir gözü morarmıştı. - Layla had a black eye.

Tom'un yüzü tamamen morarmıştı. - Tom's face was all black and blue.

{i} is
(fiil) siyaha boyamak, siyahlatmak, karartmak
(Tıp) Siyah, kara
{s} uğursuz

Kara kedi uğursuzluk getirir. - Black cats bring bad luck.

Bazı insanların neden kara kedilerin uğursuz olduğunu düşündüğünü merak ediyorum. - I wonder why some people think black cats are unlucky.

snowflake obsidian
kartanesi obsidiyen
İngilizce - İngilizce
a type of black glass produced by volcanos
{n} a silicious stone, black or grayish black
{a} pertaining to a siege
Natural volcanic glass This was one of the primary materials for chipped-stone artifacts in California; it was obtained from no less than 25 separate sources (Moratto 1984: 592)
a natural glass that is produced by volcanic action
acid or granitic glass; usually dark, but transparent in thin pieces
It is usually of a black color, and opaque, except in thin splinters
Glassy dark colored volcanic rock Usually composed of rhyolite
A volcanic rock that forms when lava solidifies so quickly that there is not enough time for crystals to grow
A black or dark-colored volcanic glass Native Americans in Illinois made a variety of obsidian stone tools during the Middle Woodland period
an acid-resistant, lustrous volcanic glass, usually black or banded and displaying curved, shiny surfaces when fractured
A dense volcanic glass, usually rhyolite in composition and typically black in color Compared with window glass, obsidian is rich in iron and magnesium; tiny (< 005 mm) crystals of iron oxide within the glass cause its dark color
A volcanic material that was the first form of natural glass used by humans It is usually black or very dark red, but its splinters are often transparent or translucent
A hard, shiny, usually black, brown, or reddish volcanic glass which may contain scattered gas bubbles or visible crystals
a volcanic rock that looks like glassusually black but color can range from dark to light sometimes banded
Obsidian is volcanic glass formed when hot lava cools quickly A Roman named Obsius is said to have discovered the stone in Ethiopa, and obsidian was highly prized in antiquity for its sharp edges and glossy luster Snowflake obsidian is black obsidian with flakes of volcanic ash that resemble snowflakes A R T Precious & Collectible Jewelry
a black or banded hard volcanic glass that displays shiny curved surfaces when fractured and is formed by the rapid cooling of lava - BACK>>
A black or dark grey, brittle, volcanic glass-like rock which was an important material for tool production in those parts of the world – such as the Greek Mediterranean – where it occurred naturally
Volcanic glass which can be chipped to make an extremely sharp edged tool It was often used at Çatalhöyük in making stone (lithic) tools
A black or dark-colored volcanic glass, usually composed of rhyolite
Silica-rich volcanic rock, entirely made up of blackish shiny glass
A volcanic glass which is one of the finest raw materials for the chipping of stone tools
Mineral found as volcanic glass and used in jewelry Similar to onyx, but is a translucent black color
a type of black stone (volcanic glass) found in the Western U S
A glassy igneous rock with a chemical composition equivalent to that of granite
Natural glass of volcanic origin that is formed by the rapid cooling of viscous lava. It has a glassy lustre and is slightly harder than window glass. It is typically jet black, but the presence of hematite (iron oxide) produces red and brown varieties, and tiny gas bubbles may create a golden sheen. It is sometimes used as a semiprecious stone. Obsidian was used by American Indians and others for weapons, implements, tools, and ornaments, and by the ancient Aztecs and Greeks for mirrors
dark green or black glass formed by volcanic activity; often used for jewelry, amulets, or for the eyes of statues
{i} black transparent volcanic rock that is formed from the cooling process of molten lava
A volcanic glass (also called Apache tears) that is usually black, but occasionally red, brown, grey, green (rare), dark with "snowflakes," or even clear This glassy, lustrous mineral is found in lava flows, and obsidian stones can be massive Obsidian is formed when viscous lava from volcanoes cools rapidly Most obsidian is 70 percent silica
Natural volcanic glass Colour ranges from nearly translucent through black, red and green The best raw material for the manufacture of flaked stone tools
A kind of glass produced by volcanoes
A volcanic glass that may be clear, black, brown or green in color, which is one of the finest raw materials for the chipping of stone tools
A volcanic rock formed into natural glass This rock is usually black but may be found in greenish and reddish colors or banded



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    /əbˈsədēən/ /əbˈsɪdiːən/


    [ &b-'si-dE-&n ] (noun.) 1796. New Latin obsidianus, from Latin obsidianus lapis, false manuscript reading for obsianus lapis, literally, stone of Obsius, from Obsius, its supposed discoverer.

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