listen to the pronunciation of ancient
Englisch - Türkisch
(Mimarlık) antika

Bu antika masa hala kullanımda. - This ancient table is still in use.

Onlar 2000 yıl öncesinden kalma antika bir kase buldular. - They found an ancient bowl from 2,000 years ago.

{s} çok eski

Arkeologlar çok eski zamanlardan kalma bir ejderhanın kemiklerini buldu. - The archeologists found the bones of an ancient dragon.

Diaoyu adaları çok eski çağlardan beri Çin toprağı olmuştur. - The Diaoyu Islands have been Chinese territory since ancient times.

{s} antik

Roma bir sürü antik yapılara sahiptir. - Rome has a lot of ancient buildings.

Achilles antik bir Yunan kahramanıydı. - Achilles was an ancient Greek hero.

{s} eski

Tom Akdenizin eski medeniyetlerinin öğrenimini görüyor. - Tom is studying the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean.

Tarihi sahne kapıcısı, Tom Skeleton, eskimiş koltuğunda oturdu, aktörlerin soyunma odalarından taş merdivenlerden yukarı gelirken dinledi. - Tom Skeleton, the ancient stage doorkeeper, sat in his battered armchair, listening as the actors came up the stone stairs from their dressing rooms.


Babam antik tarihle ilgileniyor. - My father is interested in ancient history.

çok eski bir zamandan kalma
eski zamandan kalma
Romalılar ve Yunanlılar zamanına ait
eskiden yaşamış kişi
{s} k.dili. yaşlı, ihtiyar
{s} eskiden kalma
yaşlı adam
ancient age
antik çağ
ancient athens
eski atina
ancient greece
antik yunan
ancient greek
eski yunanlı
ancient greek
ancient greek
eski yunanca
ancient greek
ancient greek
greklere özgü
ancient greek
eski yunanca (yazı/söz)
ancient history
eski çağ tarihi
ancient history
eski tarih
ancient history
(Eğitim) ilkçağ tarihi
ancient monuments
ancient times
ilk çağlar
ancient world
antik dünya
ancient Rome
eski Roma
ancient greek
eski yunan
ancient times
eski zamanlar

Eski zamanlarda insanlar dünyanın düz olduğuna inanıyordu. - In ancient times people believed that the earth was flat.

Petrol eski zamanlardan beri önemli olmuştur. - Petroleum has been important since ancient times.

Ancient Roman Alphabet
Eski Roma Alfabesi
ancient city
(Tarih) Antik kent
ancient civilizations
Antik uygarlıklardan
ancient dagger
tarihi hançer
ancient egypt
Antik Mısır
ancient people
eski insanlar
ancient pine
asırlık cam
ancient ruin
harabe antik
ancient ruins
Antik harabeler
ancient society
Eski toplum
ancient time
Antik dönemde
ancient Greek
Grekçe, Grek dili, eski Yunanca
ancient Greek
Grek, eski Yunanlı: the ancient Greeks Grekler
ancient ages
eski çağlar
ancient ages
tarihi çağlar
ancient ages
antik çağlar
ancient architecture
eski mimari
ancient battle
antik savaş
ancient buildings
eski eserler
ancient civilization
eski çağ uygarlığı
ancient coins
eskiçağ sikkeleri
ancient geography
(Coğrafya) eski çağ coğrafyası
ancient geography
antik coğrafya
ancient history
(deyim) unutulmasi istenen eski bir olay/kisi ,tarihe karismis olay /kisi
ancient history of medicine
(Tıp) eski çağ tıp tarihi
ancient jewelry
eskiçağ mücevheratı
ancient landslide
(Çevre) eski heyelan
ancient lights
(Kanun) pencere açma hakkı
ancient lights
(Kanun) pencere irtifakı
ancient philosophy
(Eğitim) eskiçağ felsefesi
ancient philosphy
antik felsefe
ancient regime
eski rejim
ancient ships
eski çağ gemileri
ancient technology
(Eğitim) antik teknoloji
in ancient time
eski zaman
mithraism, ancient persian religion
mithraism, eski Farsça din
of ancient assyria
Eski Asur
ruler of ancient egypt
Antik Mısır hükümdarı
while not an ancient place, much of what is loveable in Helsinki is older
antik bir yer olmasa bile Helsinki'de sevilen yerler eskidir
eski zamanlarda
eski uygarlıklar
klasik eserler yazarı
Englisch - Englisch
Having lasted from a remote period; having been of long duration; of great age; very old

an ancient forest.

Existent or occurring in time long past, usually in remote ages; belonging to or associated with antiquity; old, as opposed to modern

an ancient empire.

A flag, banner, standard or ensign

I got all things ready as he had directed, and waited the next morning with the boat washed clean, her ancient and pendants out, and everything to accommodate his guests.

A person who is very old or who lived in ancient times
{a} old, belonging to former times
Hence: A governor; a ruler; a person of influence
An aged man; a patriarch
Ancient means belonging to the distant past, especially to the period in history before the end of the Roman Empire. They believed ancient Greece and Rome were vital sources of learning. + anciently an·cient·ly Salisbury Plain was known anciently as Ellendune
A coin produced prior to the generally accepted date of 500 A D
The bearer of a flag; an ensign
adj [not new] lama
dating from a time before the 5th century
Those who lived in former ages, as opposed to the moderns
1 old and wise 2 timeless part of inner self 3 higher self 4 self realization of reincarnation and life
An ensign or flag
very old; "an ancient mariner"
A coin produced prior to about 500 A D
very old
ad very old; long ago
Former; sometime
an old coin struck before Medieval times
very old; "an ancient mariner" belonging to times long past especially of the historical period before the fall of the Western Roman Empire; "ancient history"; "ancient civilizations such as those of the Etruscans and Sumerians"; "ancient Greece
A senior; an elder; a predecessor
Old; that has been of long duration; of long standing; of great age; as, an ancient forest; an ancient castle
One of the senior members of the Inns of Court or of Chancery
{i} person who lived in the distant past, member of an ancient people (such as the ancient Greeks)
Old; that happened or existed in former times, usually at a great distance of time; belonging to times long past; specifically applied to the times before the fall of the Roman empire; opposed to modern; as, ancient authors, literature, history; ancient days
Known for a long time, or from early times; opposed to recent or new; as, the ancient continent
Someone who, through magick, is able to sustain a very long life span One cannot become an Ancient; they are only born into families with great magick within them Ancients are usually Alpha-Wizards, Elemental-Wizards, or Pureblood-Morphs An Ancient is basically a magickal mutation The person will age normally until reaching about 35 years old At that point, there is no further change and none of the signs of physical age appear The age limit may have something to do with the fact that people didn't get much older than 35 for a significant fraction of our history
Dignified, like an aged man; magisterial; venerable
{s} very old, antique, archaic
Experienced; versed
Refers to any coin minted before 500 A D
Sherenglish | adronato
belonging to times long past especially of the historical period before the fall of the Western Roman Empire; "ancient history"; "ancient civilizations such as those of the Etruscans and Sumerians"; "ancient Greece
Ancient means very old, or having existed for a long time. ancient Jewish tradition. the ancients people who lived long ago, especially the Greeks and Romans
Ancient Church of the East
An Nestorian Church that split from the Assyrian Church of the East over differences concerning the calendar
Ancient Greece
The civilization that flourished around the Mediterranean Sea from the 3rd millennium to the 1st century BCE (including the first two European civilizations, Minoan and Mycenaean), known as the cradle of Western civilization
Ancient Greece
The Greek speaking world in ancient times, geographically referring not only to modern Greece and southern Balkan peninsula but also to areas of Hellenic culture that were settled during ancient times by Greeks: Cyprus, the Aegean coast of Ionia, southern Italian peninsula and Sicily (known as Magna Graecia) and the scattered Greek settlements on the coasts of what are now Albania, Bulgaria, Egypt, Libya, southern France, southern Spain, Catalonia, Georgia, Romania, and Ukraine
Ancient Greek
All the Greek languages spoken between the Dorian invasion and the fall of the Roman Empire
Ancient Macedonian
The language of Ancient Macedonians, spoken in Macedon during the 1st millennium BC
Ancient Rome
The civilization associated with Rome from the 9th century BC to the 12th century AD and the Roman Empire centered on it
ancient Greeks
plural form of ancient Greek
ancient document
In the law of evidence, a document which is admissible as an exception to the hearsay rule, and which is considered self-authenticating, because it is older than a certain age (usually twenty years), in a condition that makes it free from suspicion concerning its authenticity, and was found in a place where such a writing was likely to be kept
ancient documents
plural form of ancient document
ancient pyramid
One of a number of monumental structures built by ancient civilizations in the shape of a pyramid with a rectangular base
ancient pyramids
plural form of ancient pyramid
ancient planter
A colonist receiving one of the first land grants in Virginia
Ancient Mariner
the main character in the poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The Ancient Mariner is an old sailor who shoots and kills an albatross (=a very large sea bird) . The other sailors think that this will bring them bad luck, and they force him to wear the dead albatross on a rope around his neck so that they will not be punished for his crime. But all the sailors die, and the Ancient Mariner feels guilty and believes he must tell his story to anyone who will listen, to warn them to be kind to all creatures
ancient Arabian religions
Polytheistic religions of Arabia prior to the rise of Islam. Most of the deities of the Arab tribes were sky gods, associated with heavenly bodies such as the Sun and Moon, and they had the power to ensure fecundity, protection, or revenge. At the head of the southern Arabian pantheon was Athtar, a god of thunderstorms and rain. Each kingdom also had a national deity, of whom the nation called itself the progeny. Sanctuaries were carved in rock on high places and held a baetyl ("raised stone") or statue of the god in an open-air enclosure, accessible only to ritually clean persons. In northern Arabia they included a walled enclosure with a covered or enclosed altar, similar to the Muslim Kabah. Libations, animal sacrifices, and other offerings were made to the gods, and priests interpreted oracles and performed divination. Worshipers made yearly pilgrimages to important shrines, participating in rites that included purification, the wearing of ritual clothing, sexual abstinence, abstention from shedding blood, and circuits performed around the sacred object
ancient civilization
{i} very old civilization; ancient society and culture
ancient greek
the Greek language prior to the Roman Empire
ancient history
history of times long past; something that is no longer a main issue, something that is no longer important or relevant
ancient history
knowledge of some recent fact or event that has become so commonly known that it has lost its original pertinence a history of the ancient world
ancient history
a history of the ancient world
ancient history
Ancient history is the history of ancient civilizations, especially Greece and Rome
ancient history
knowledge of some recent fact or event that has become so commonly known that it has lost its original pertinence
ancient manuscripts
documents that were written in ancient times
ancient melody
tune written in ancient times
ancient monument
{i} (British) old building or historical structure or monument that dates from at least the Middle Ages which is preserved
ancient monuments
monuments that date from at least the Middle Ages which are worthy of preservation and study
ancient peoples
peoples of the ancient times, ancient civilizations, historical kingdoms of the near east near such as Greece and Rome
ancient pine
small slow-growing pine of western United States similar to the bristlecone pine; chocolate brown bark in plates and short needles in bunches of 5; crown conic but becoming rough and twisted; oldest plant in the world growing to 5000 years in cold semi-desert mountain tops
ancient times
period of time in the distant past, primeval days
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Seven man-made structures that were listed by and accepted as the greatest such in the vicinity of the Eastern Mediterranean and Near East
Done long ago

The anciently written inscriptions in the pyramids can still be read.

plural form of ancient
{a} in old times, formerly, long ago
{n} great age, oldness, antiquity
{n} those who lived in old times
in ancient times; long ago; "a concern with what may have happened anciently"
extreme oldness
Hymns Ancient and Modern
a book of hymns (=songs of praise to God) which is often used in churches of the Church of England
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Ancient Mariner
Royal and Ancient
the R and A the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews; an important old golf club based in St Andrews, Scotland, which is responsible for the rules of golf for most countries except the US
comparative of ancient
superlative of ancient
In the manner of very long ago. As the ancients did
In an ancient manner
In ancient times
in ancient times; long ago; "a concern with what may have happened anciently
in an ancient form, in antiquated form
The quality of being ancient; antiquity; existence from old times
{i} oldness, primitiveness, antiquity
The state or quality of being ancient
The people of classical antiquity, especially such writers and philosophers
plural of ancient
people who lived in times long past (especially during the historical period before the fall of the Roman Empire in western Europe)
in ancient times
during the olden days, in days gone by, in times gone by
the Ancient Greeks
members of the historical Greek empire
the ancient world
nations of the past, past period of time in mankind, historical kingdoms of the near East
Türkisch - Englisch
{k} anc