listen to the pronunciation of carbuncle
Englisch - Türkisch
kan çıbanı
kahverengimsi kırmızı renk
yakut kırmızısı
{i} lâl taşı
{i} kızılyara
{i} kızıl renk
(Biyoloji) karbunkül
(Tıp) Kötü çıban, şirpençe
(Tıp) Birçok kıl folikülü ile çevrelerindeki dokuları ilgilendiren akut iltihabi durum, çıban
{i} sivilce
(Tıp) Burun sivilcesi
{i} kızıl renkli ziynet eşyaları
anthrax, carbon, carbuncle, coal
şarbon, karbon, kan çıbanı, kömür
Englisch - Englisch
An abscess larger than a boil, usually with one or more openings draining pus onto the skin. It is usually caused by bacterial infection
A deep-red or fiery colored garnet or other dark red precious stone, especially when cut cabochon

And I will make thy windows of agates, and thy gates of carbuncles, and all thy borders of pleasant stones.

{n} a precious stone, red spot, pimple
of the trunk or back of the neck, characterized by brawny hardness of the affected parts, sloughing of the skin and deeper tissues, and marked constitutional depression
deep-red cabochon-cut garnet cut without facets
Called also escarbuncle
It is also called anthrax
an infection larger than a boil and with several openings for discharge of pus deep-red cabochon-cut garnet cut without facets
The name belongs for the most part to ruby sapphire, though it has been also given to red spinel and garnet
A charge or bearing supposed to represent the precious stone
It differs from a boil in size, tendency to spread, and the absence of a central core, and is frequently fatal
It has eight scepters or staves radiating from a common center
A beautiful gem of a deep red color (with a mixture of scarlet) called by the Greeks anthrax; found in the East Indies
an infection larger than a boil and with several openings for discharge of pus
A carbuncle is a large swelling under the skin. = boil
{i} acute inflammation of the skin charaterized by cluster of boils (Medicine); red gemstone
A very painful acute local inflammation of the subcutaneous tissue, esp
When held up to the sun, it loses its deep tinge, and becomes of the color of burning coal
A carbuncle
clusters of boils on the skin
plural of carbuncle





    [ 'kär-"b&[ng]-k&l ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French, from Latin carbunculus small coal, carbuncle, diminutive of carbon-, carbo charcoal, ember.

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