sphinx

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sfenks

Sfenks'in burnuna ne oldu? - What happened to the Sphinx's nose?

Sfenks onun etrafında yürümeye başladı. - The Sphinx began to walk around him.

isfenks
sphinxlike
{s} ifadesiz
sphinxlike
{s} anlaşılmaz
sphinxlike
{s} sfenks gibi
sphinxlike
{s} gizemli
striped sphinx moth
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) şeritli atmaca güvesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The demon of destruction and bad luck in Greek mythology
An ancient, large statue in Egypt, with the face of a man and the body of a lion, lying near the Great Pyramids
A person who keeps his thoughts and intentions secret
A creature with the head of a human and the body of an animal (commonly a lion)
Lion-bodied and human or ram-headed statue, usually of kings, few times queens' (e g Nofertiti) Most famous is the Great Sphinx in Gizah Sometimes it appears on paintings and relieves, too
In Egyptian art, an image of granite or porphyry, having a human head, or the head of a ram or of a hawk, upon the wingless body of a lion
one of a number of large stone statues with the body of a lion and the head of a man that were built by the ancient Egyptians
The Guinea, or sphinx, baboon (Cynocephalus sphinx)
Any one of numerous species of large moths of the family Sphingidæ; called also hawk moth
A large winged intelligent feline with blue fur and feathers Although S are predators and do not exclude hominids from their diet, they are compulsed to offer their prey a chance to escape if an answer for their riddle is supplied The reason for this compulsion, which appear to override such instinct as hunger, is unknown, although some theories suggest that it's linked with basic S psycology
The Sphinx is a large ancient statue of a creature with a human head and a lion's body that stands near the pyramids in Egypt. In mythology, sphinxes gave people puzzles to solve, and so a person who is mysterious or puzzling is sometimes referred to as a sphinx. a large, very ancient sphinx which is close to the Pyramids of El Giza in Egypt and is visited by many tourists b) in Greek mythology, a creature with the head of a woman and the body of a lion. She lay outside Thebes and killed people who could not answer her riddle (=very difficult question) . Oedipus answered the riddle, and the Sphinx killed herself. Mythological creature with a lion's body and a human's head. It figures prominently in Egyptian and Greek art and legend. The winged sphinx of Thebes was said to have terrorized people by demanding the answer to a riddle taught to her by the Muses What is it that has one voice and yet becomes successively four-footed, then two-footed, then three-footed? and devoured every person who answered incorrectly. When Oedipus correctly answered "man" who crawls on all fours in infancy, walks on two feet when grown, and leans on a staff in old age the sphinx killed herself. The earliest and most famous example in art is the Great Sphinx at Giza in Egypt, built 2500 BC. The sphinx appeared in the Greek world 1600 BC and in Mesopotamia 1500 BC
In Egyptian and Greek mythology, a hybrid creature, part lion and part woman, which often symbolized knowledge
A test-project for "End-to-end Security for the Exchange of Documents" initiated by the 'Koordinierungs- und Beratungsstelle der Bundesregierung' (procurement department of the ministry of interior) in conjunction with the 'Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik' (German information security agency)
one of a number of large stone statues with the body of a lion and the head of a man that were built by the ancient Egyptians (Greek mythology) a riddling winged monster with a woman's head and breast on a lion's body; daughter of Typhon an inscrutable person who keeps his thoughts and intentions secret
Mythical winged monster, part human and part lion Of Egyptian origin, the design appears in nearly all classical schools of furniture
(Greek mythology) a riddling winged monster with a woman's head and breast on a lion's body; daughter of Typhon
Hence: A person of enigmatical character and purposes, especially in politics and diplomacy
a symbol of royal power that took the form of a seated lion, often with the head of a pharaoh; the most famous example is the Great Sphinx, carved from a stone outcropping at Giza An avenue of Ram-headed sphinxes once led from the temple of Karnak to the temple of Luxor
{i} winged creature with the body of a lion and the face of a woman (Greek Mythology); creature with the body of a lion and the head of a man (Egyptian Mythology); enigma
A figure made up of two different kinds of animals, or half man-half animal Some of the animals found in sphinxes include rams, lions, and hawks The best-known example is the Great Sphinx, located in Giza, Egypt, which has the body of lion and the head of a man
an inscrutable person who keeps his thoughts and intentions secret
On Greek art and mythology, a she-monster, usually represented as having the winged body of a lion, and the face and breast of a young woman
A statue in the shape of a lion with the head of a man or ram A sphinx was a symbol of royal power
A statue in the shape of a lion with the head of a human or ram A sphinx was a symbol of royal power
sphinxlike
Mysterious; scheming; having a deceptive outward appearance
sphinxlike
Like a sphinx, or like that of a sphinx
A sphinx
sphingid
The Sphinx
{i} The Sphinx of Giza, large ancient statue in Giza (Egypt) that has the body of a lion and the head of a man
The Sphinx of Giza
{i} The Sphinx, large ancient statue in Giza (Egypt) that has the body of a lion and the head of a man
cynopterus sphinx
a variety of fruit eating bat
التركية - الإنجليزية

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sphinx kelebeği
hawk moth
sphinx

    التركية النطق

    sfîngks

    النطق

    /ˈsfəɴɢks/ /ˈsfɪŋks/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'sfi[ng](k)s ] (noun.) From Middle English Spynx, from Latin Sphinx, from Ancient Greek Σφίγξ (Sphínx), from Ancient Egyptian Szp-'nx (shespankh) 'divine image', literally, 'living image'.

    كلمة اليوم

    artiodactyl
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