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(Osmanlı Dönemi) İlâhlık iddia eden dinsiz, azgın ve şaşkın insan. Bak: Enaniyet, Mumya
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mısır'da, hususan Hazret-i Musa (A.S.) zamanında Allah'a isyan edip ilâhlık dâvasında bulunan, Musa Peygamber'e inanmayan hükümdar
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Firavunluk. Firavun ile ilgili
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Firavun gibi oluş, isyankârlık ile Allah'ı tanımayış. İnat ile Allah'a isyan edip halkı sapık yollara, dalâlete ve dinsizliğe sevke çalışmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir nevi ot
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Güneşte et kurutmak. O kurumuş ete "afir" derler
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ağartmak, beyazlatmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Tozlu ve topraklı yapmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Oğlan kaçsın diye kadının, emziğine toprak sürmesi
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kirletmek. Mülevves etmek
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A conifer of the genus Abies

I can almost smell the fir scent… resinous, pungent.

{n} the name of a tree or its wood
Flight Information Region
Full indicator reading Used interchangeably with TIR TIR is generally preferred
Any of a number of species of wood, normally Douglas Fir, known for their light weight, high strength and straight, even grain See vertical grain
Finite Impulse Response filter, also named acausal- or, in their symmetrical realization, zero-phase-filters
Finite Impulse Response -- a class of filters commonly used in signal processing Given a sequence of inputs X0, X1, X2 , we calculate an output sequence Y0, Y1, Y2 , using an equation of the form: Yi=W0*Xi+ W1*Xi-1+ W2*Xi-2+ Wk-1*Xi-k+1 Note that if we provide an impulse as input to the FIR (say something that is 1 at Xj and 0 everywhere else), we will get a finite output After output Yj+k, the output will no longer be affected by the impulse input on cycle j --- hence the name, Finite Impulse Response
The Scotch fir is a Pinus
any of various evergreen trees of the genus Abies; chiefly of upland areas
A fir or a fir tree is a tall evergreen tree that has thin needle-like leaves. a tree with leaves shaped like needles that do not fall off in winter. Properly, any of about 40 species of trees that make up the genus Abies, in the pine family. Many other evergreen conifers (e.g., Douglas fir, hemlock fir) are also commonly called firs. True firs are native to North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and northern Africa. They are distinguished from other genera in the pine family by their needlelike leaves, which grow directly from the branch and have bases, shaped like suction cups, that leave conspicuous circular scars when the leaves fall. North America boasts 10 native species of fir, found chiefly from the Rocky Mountains westward. The wood of most western North American firs is inferior to that of pine or spruce but is used for lumber and pulpwood. Of the two fir species that occur in the eastern U.S. and Canada, the better known is the balsam fir (A. balsamea), a popular ornamental and Christmas tree
Finite Impulse Response filter: an unconditionally stable filter
nIII: weave, act of weaving
nonresinous wood of a fir tree
{i} type of coniferous tree
- Indicates a noun that represents a type of person or thing that is anthropomorphized in some way For example, zhadfir is "Earther," larifir is "wind-bringer "
Flight Information Region - A three-dimensional area in which aircraft are under control of usually a single authority Internally a FIR is divided into several geographical areas called sectors Sometimes one or more FIRs have a combined upper area control This is for example the case in the Dutch FIR where UAC (Upper Area Control) is done by ACC (below flight level 245) and Eurocontrol (above flight level 245) See for example the Dutch FIR
any of various evergreen trees of the genus Abies; chiefly of upland areas nonresinous wood of a fir tree
Fast IR
Finite Impulse Response (filter)
Men (Men's room)
The species are distinguished as the balsam fir, the silver fir, the red fir, etc
A genus (Abies) of coniferous trees, often of large size and elegant shape, some of them valued for their timber and others for their resin
Any of the evergreen, coniferous trees of the genus Abies Represented in the North Country by the Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea) From the Old English fyre
The conical fruit of a fir
fir clubmoss
of northern Europe and America; resembling a miniature fir
fir cone
the hard brown fruit that contains the seeds of a fir tree
fir cone
{i} cone of a fir tree that produces seeds
fir cone
the seed-producing cone of a fir tree
fir tree
cone-bearing evergreen tree
fir tree
A fir tree is the same as a fir
fir tree
any of various evergreen trees of the genus Abies; chiefly of upland areas
Fraser fir
A North American species of fir tree (Abies fraseri)
Pacific silver fir
A fir native to the coastal region of Pacific North America, Abies amabilis
balsam fir
A North American species of fir tree (Abies balsamea)
silver fir
A common name for Abies alba, a large evergreen coniferous tree native to Europe
white fir
A North American species of fir tree (Abies concolor)
Douglas fir
n. A tall evergreen timber tree (Pseudotsuga menziesii formerly P. taxifolia) of northwest North America, having short needles and egg-shaped cones. Any of about six species of coniferous evergreen timber trees (see conifer) that make up the genus Pseudotsuga, in the pine family, native to western North America and eastern Asia. Long, flat, spirally arranged yellow-or blue-green needles grow directly from the branch. The North American tree commonly called Douglas fir is P. menziesii (sometimes P. douglasii). Douglas firs may grow to 250 ft (75 m) tall and 8 ft (2.4 m) in diameter. One of the best timber trees in North America, it is also a popular ornamental and Christmas tree and is used for reforestation along the Pacific Coast
Fraser fir
A North American tree (Abies fraseri) having a pyramidal shape, dark-green flattened needles, and resin-filled blisters on its trunk
alpine fir
medium-tall timber tree of the Rocky Mountains having a narrowly conic to columnar crown
amabilis fir
medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers; leaves smell of orange when crushed
balsam fir
medium-sized fir of northeastern North America; leaves smell of balsam when crushed; much used for pulpwood and Christmas trees
balsam fir
n. A North American tree (Abies balsamea) having a pyramidal shape and flattened needles. It is widely used as a Christmas tree and yields Canada balsam and pulpwood
douglas fir
tall evergreen timber tree of western North America having resinous wood and short needles strong durable timber of a douglas fir
douglas fir
strong durable timber of a douglas fir
douglas fir
tall evergreen timber tree of western North America having resinous wood and short needles
european silver fir
tall timber tree of central and southern Europe having a regular crown and gray bark
plural of fir
fraser fir
small fast-growing but short-lived fir of southern Alleghenies similar to balsam fir but with very short leaves
green douglas fir
lofty douglas fir of northwestern North America having short needles and egg-shaped cones
ground fir
a variety of clubmoss
lowland fir
lofty fir of the Pacific coast of northwestern America having long curving branches and deep green leaves
riga fir
A species of pine (Pinus sylvestris), and its wood, which affords a valuable timber; called also Scotch pine, and red or yellow deal
riga fir
It grows in all parts of Europe, in the Caucasus, and in Siberia
santa lucia fir
a pyramidal fir of southwestern California having spiny pointed leaves and cone scales with long spines
scotch fir
{i} pine tree that has twisted bluish-green needles and flaking red-brown bark found in northern Europe and Asia, Scotch pine; the wood of said scotch fir
sea fir
A sertularian hydroid, especially Sertularia abietina, which branches like a miniature fir tree
shasta fir
A Californian fir (Abies shastensis)
silver fir
any of various true firs having leaves white or silvery white beneath
white fir
medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers; leaves smell of orange when crushed
white fir
medium to tall fir of central to western United States having a narrow erect crown and soft wood

    التركية النطق



    fir tree


    /ˈfər/ /ˈfɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'f&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English firre, from either Old Norse fýri- (as in fýriskógr 'fir-wood')Oxford English Dictionary, 3rd edn., s.v. "fir" (Oxford, 2000). or Old English fyrh, furh- (as in furh-wudu 'pinewood'),J.P. Mallory, Douglas Q. Adams, eds., Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture (Dearborn-Fritz, 1999), 428-9. from Proto-Germanic *furxjōn (compare East Frisian fjuurenboom, German Föhre 'pine', Danish fyr), from Proto-Indo-European *perkos 'oak' (compare Irish ceirt 'orchard', Latin quercus 'oak', Albanian shpardh, shparr 'Italian oak', Hindi pargai 'evergreen oak'). Related to frith.

    رصف المشتركة

    fir tree, fir cone

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