erik

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التركية - الإنجليزية
plum

In the garden, there are apple trees, plums, cherries, raspberries, gooseberries, and currants. - Bahçede, elma ağaçları, erikler, kirazlar, ahududu, bektaşi üzümü ve kuş üzümü vardır.

Umeshu is a Japanese liqueur made from plums. - Umeshu erikten yapılmış bir Japon likörüdür.

(Tıp) prunus domestica
(Tabiat Doğa) (bitki, Fam: gülgiller,verdiye) plum, common plum, garden plum
greengage
greengage plum
erik kompostosu
(Gıda) plum
erik kompostosu
(Gıda) stewed plum compote
erik kurusu
(Gıda) prune
erik rengi
(Bilgisayar) plum
erik reçeli
(Gıda) plum jam
erik, kayısı gibi ağaçlardan sızan zamk
plum, apricot trees, such as glue leaking from the
erik ağacı
plum tree
erik aşı
(Gıda) prunes, rice and sugar dish
erik dolu
plummy
erik gibi
plummy
erik gibi
plumlike
erik konservesi
(Gıda) canned plum
erik kurusu
French plums
erik likörü
prunelle
erik nektarı
(Gıda) plum nectar
erik otu
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) brunella
erik yağmur
(Meteoroloji) plum rains
erikler
plums
kuru erik
prunes

Which do you prefer, raisins, prunes or dates? - Hangisini tercih edersin, kuru üzüm, kuru erik veya hurma mı​​?

yeşil erik
Green plum
iri kırmızı erik
Victoria
kuru erik
(Gıda) dry prune
kuru erik
French plums
kuru erik
prunelle
kuru erik
prune

Which do you prefer, raisins, prunes or dates? - Hangisini tercih edersin, kuru üzüm, kuru erik veya hurma mı​​?

küçük sarı yuvarlak erik
(Tabiat Doğa) (bitki, Fam: gülgiller,verdiye) mirabella plum
tek kişilik erik pudingi
college pudding
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A male given name, a spelling variant of Eric, or directly borrowed from the Scandinavian form of the name
{i} man's name
a spelling variant of Eric, or directly borrowed from the Scandinavian form of the name
Asplund Erik Gunnar Bruhn Erik Erik the Red Erik Thorvaldson Erikson Erik Homburger Erik Weisz Karlfeldt Erik Axel Nordenskiöld Nils Adolf Erik Frihere baron Satie Erik
Erik Axel Karlfeldt
born July 20, 1864, Folkärna, Swed. died April 8, 1931, Stockholm Swedish poet. His strong ties to the peasant culture of his rural homeland remained a dominant influence on his writing all his life. His essentially regional, tradition-bound poems, some published in English in Arcadia Borealis (1938), were very popular. He was elected to the Swedish Academy in 1904 and made its permanent secretary in 1912. He refused the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1918 but was awarded it posthumously in 1931
Erik Bruhn
orig. Belton Evers born Oct. 3, 1928, Copenhagen, Den. died April 1, 1986, Toronto, Ont., Can. Danish ballet dancer. From 1937 he studied at the Royal Danish Ballet training school, and in 1947 he joined the company. He performed as guest soloist with many other companies, including American Ballet Theatre in the 1950s and '60s, dancing leading roles in such ballets as La Sylphide, Swan Lake, and Carmen. He was admired for his classical technique. He later served as director of the Royal Swedish Opera House (1967-72) and assistant director (1973-81) and director (1983-86) of Canada's National Ballet
Erik Gunnar Asplund
born Sept. 22, 1885, Stockholm, Swed. died Oct. 20, 1940, Stockholm Swedish architect. His work shows the historically important transition from Neoclassical architecture to Modernism. By 1928, influenced by Le Corbusier, he had turned from a retrospective style to a new vision for architecture. He planned the Stockholm Exposition of 1930, a place of futuristic, glassy pavilions that had a significant influence on subsequent exhibition architecture. His Woodland Crematorium, Stockholm (1935-40), with its spare Neoclassical colonnade surrounded by meadows, is admired by Classicists and Modernists alike
Erik H Erikson
born June 15, 1902, Frankfurt am Main, Ger. died May 12, 1994, Harwich, Mass., U.S. German-U.S. psychoanalyst. Trained in Vienna by Anna Freud, in 1933 he immigrated to the U.S., where he practiced child psychoanalysis in Boston and joined the Harvard Medical School faculty. In 1936 he moved to Yale University, and in 1938 he began his first studies of cultural influences on psychological development, working with Sioux Indian children and later with the Yurok Indians. He later taught at the University of California at Berkeley but left in 1950, in the era of McCarthyism, after refusing to sign a loyalty oath vowing support of the Constitution of the U.S. Personality development, in Erikson's view, takes place through a series of identity crises that must be overcome and internalized in preparation for the next developmental stage; he posited eight such stages. His other concerns included social psychology and the interactions of psychology with history, politics, and culture. His works include Childhood and Society (1950), Young Man Luther (1958), Gandhi's Truth (1969), and Life History and the Historical Moment (1975)
Erik Homburger Erikson
born June 15, 1902, Frankfurt am Main, Ger. died May 12, 1994, Harwich, Mass., U.S. German-U.S. psychoanalyst. Trained in Vienna by Anna Freud, in 1933 he immigrated to the U.S., where he practiced child psychoanalysis in Boston and joined the Harvard Medical School faculty. In 1936 he moved to Yale University, and in 1938 he began his first studies of cultural influences on psychological development, working with Sioux Indian children and later with the Yurok Indians. He later taught at the University of California at Berkeley but left in 1950, in the era of McCarthyism, after refusing to sign a loyalty oath vowing support of the Constitution of the U.S. Personality development, in Erikson's view, takes place through a series of identity crises that must be overcome and internalized in preparation for the next developmental stage; he posited eight such stages. His other concerns included social psychology and the interactions of psychology with history, politics, and culture. His works include Childhood and Society (1950), Young Man Luther (1958), Gandhi's Truth (1969), and Life History and the Historical Moment (1975)
Erik Satie
orig. Eric Alfred Leslie Satie born May 17, 1866, Honfleur, Calvados, France died July 1, 1925, Paris French composer. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire (1879-82) but dropped out. From 1888 he played piano at the café Le Chat Noir; he became associated with the Rosicrucian movement in about 1890 and wrote several works under its influence. Living in austere poverty in a working-class district, he began to gain prominence in 1911, when he was lauded as a forerunner of modern music; his admirers included Claude Debussy, Jean Cocteau, and the group of composers known as Les Six. Satie's music represents the first definite break with 19th-century French Romanticism; it also stands in opposition to Impressionism (a movement he frequently mocked). His mostly short piano works are spare and unconventional, and they characteristically take the form of parody, with flippant titles such as Three Pieces in the Form of a Pear (1903)
Erik the Red
orig. Erik Thorvaldson flourished 10th century, Norway Founder of the first European settlement on Greenland ( 986) and father of Leif Eriksson. A native of Norway, Erik grew up in Iceland; exiled for manslaughter 980, he set sail and landed on Greenland. With 350 colonists he founded a colony that numbered about 1,000 settlers by AD 1000. In 1002 the colony was ravaged by sickness, and it gradually died out, though other Norse settlements in Greenland continued. Erik's story is told in the Icelandic Eiríks saga
Adolf Erik Frihere Nordenskiöld
born Nov. 18, 1832, Helsinki, Fin. died Aug. 12, 1901, Dalbyö, Swed. Finnish-born Swedish geologist, mineralogist, geographer, and explorer. In 1858 he settled in Stockholm and became professor and curator of mineralogy at the Swedish State Museum. He led several expeditions to the Arctic island of Spitsbergen between 1864 and 1873, and in 1870 he led an expedition to western Greenland. In 1878-79, on the steam vessel Vega, he sailed from Norway to Alaska on the first expedition to successfully navigate the Northeast Passage. He was created a baron on his return. In 1883 he became the first to break through the great sea ice barrier of the southeast Greenland coast
Nils Adolf Erik Frihere baron Nordenskiöld
born Nov. 18, 1832, Helsinki, Fin. died Aug. 12, 1901, Dalbyö, Swed. Finnish-born Swedish geologist, mineralogist, geographer, and explorer. In 1858 he settled in Stockholm and became professor and curator of mineralogy at the Swedish State Museum. He led several expeditions to the Arctic island of Spitsbergen between 1864 and 1873, and in 1870 he led an expedition to western Greenland. In 1878-79, on the steam vessel Vega, he sailed from Norway to Alaska on the first expedition to successfully navigate the Northeast Passage. He was created a baron on his return. In 1883 he became the first to break through the great sea ice barrier of the southeast Greenland coast
التركية - التركية
Gülgillerden, beyaz çiçekli bir ağaç (Ðrunus domestica)
Bu ağacın kabuğu ince, sarıdan kırmızıya, mora kadar türlü renkte, mayhoş veya tatlı, eti sulu, tek ve sert çekirdekli yemişi
Bu ağacın kabuğu ince, çeşitli renklerde, mayhoş veya tatlı, eti sulu, tek ve sert çekirdekli yemişi
Gülgillerden, beyaz çiçekli bir ağaç (Ğrunus domestica)
Grunus domestica olarak tanımlanan, gülgillerden, beyaz çiçekli bir ağaç ve aynı adı taşıyan meyvesinin adı
koçinbela
alu
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İCCAS
cancur
alü
şilar
erik hoşafı
Eriğin şekerli suda kaynatılması ile hazırlanan ve soğuk içilen hoşafı
erik kompostosu
Erik hoşafı
erik pestili
Eriğin kaynatılması ve yufka biçiminde kurutulması ile hazırlanan pestil
erik rakısı
Erik suyunun damıtılmasıyla elde edilen bir tür rakı
erik reçeli
Eriğin şeker ile kaynatılması sonucu yapılan reçeli
kuru erik
Eriğin kurutulmuşu
erik
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