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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} türbe

Yeni Yıl Günü, birçok kişi, çevre türbelerini ziyaret eder. - On New Year's Day, many people visit neighborhood shrines.

Türbe iki yüz yıl önce inşa edildi. - The shrine was built two hundred years ago.

azizlerden kalma kemik gibi bakıyelerin muhafaza olunduğu ufak sandık
tahsis ve takdis olunmuş yer
{i} kutsal emanetlerın saklandığı yer
mukaddes tutmak
bir azizin kabri
kutsal bir yere koymak
kutsal yere koy
{i} tapınak

Dağın tepesinde bir tapınak vardır. - There is a shrine atop the mountain.

Kyoto, türbe ve tapınaklarıyla ünlüdür. - Kyoto is famous for its shrines and temples.

izumo shrine
İzumo türbe

Yeni Yıl Günü, birçok kişi, çevre türbelerini ziyaret eder. - On New Year's Day, many people visit neighborhood shrines.

الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{n} a depository of relics, a temple
{i} structure or location devoted to a god or saint; receptacle for sacred items; alcove containing a religious image; location associated with sacred persons or events; tomb of a saint
A shrine is a place of worship which is associated with a particular holy person or object. the holy shrine of Mecca
A shrine is a place that people visit and treat with respect because it is connected with a dead person or with dead people that they want to remember. The monument has been turned into a shrine to the dead and the missing. Ise Shrine Grand Shrine of Ise Izumo shrine
In the modern order, established in the United States in 1872, only Knights Templars or thirty-second degree Masons are eligible for admission, though the order itself is not Masonic
Any sacred place, as an altar, tromb, or the like
A case, box, or receptacle, especially one in which are deposited sacred relics, as the bones of a saint
An atypical structure within regular buildings of a settlement – especially if the structure occurs at other sites – may suggest a shrine or other ritual structure
The innermost sanctuary of the temple where either the cult statue, or the deity's barque was placed The term shrine is also applied to the elaborate boxes containing funerary statuary, such as in the tomb of Tutankhamun Small barque-shrines were often placed along processional ways as temporary resting places for the divine barque
a chapel, church, altar, or place sacred to a saint, holy person, relic, etc
A place that is holy
A place or object hallowed from its history or associations; as, a shrine of art
Short for Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, a secret order professedly originated by one Kalif Alu, a son-in-law of Mohammed, at Mecca, in the year of the Hegira 25 about 646 a
a place of worship hallowed by association with some sacred thing or person
a reliquary, a sacred image of special importance or a holy place, especially one connected with pilgrimage
To enshrine; to place reverently, as in a shrine
{f} enshrine, place in a shrine; cherish
enclose in a shrine; "the saint's bones were enshrined in the cathedral"
Ise Shrine
in full Grand Shrine of Ise Japanese Ise-daijing Foremost Shint shrine in Japan, at Ise, in southern Honshu. The Inner Shrine (traditionally founded 4 BC) is dedicated to the sun goddess Amaterasu. The Outer Shrine (5th century), 4 mi (6 km) away, is dedicated to Toyuke kami, god of food, clothing, and housing. At both shrines the main building is a thatched hut built in the ancient Japanese style of unpainted Japanese cypress (hinoki). A distinctive feature of Shint architecture is the chigi, a scissor-shaped finial at the front and rear of the roof. Since the 7th century the buildings have been reconstructed every 20 or 21 years
Izumo shrine
Oldest Shint shrine in Japan (the present building is said to date from 1346), located northwest of Izumo on the island of Honshu. The temple complex covers 40 acres (16 hectares) and contains a valuable art collection. Enclosed by hills on three sides, it is approached through an avenue of pines. Most of its present buildings were constructed in the 19th century
plural of shrine