easterly

listen to the pronunciation of easterly
Englisch - Türkisch
doğuya doğru
(rüzgâr) doğudan esen
doğuda
doğudan
easterly wind gündoğusu
{s} doğudan esen
gündoğusuna bakan
{s} doğuda bulunan
doğuya doğru. s
gündoğuşu
easterly wind
doğudan esen rüzgar
Easter
Paskalya

Paskalya Törenini izlemekten keyif aldım. - I enjoyed watching the Easter Parade.

Paskalya Adası'na on günlük bir seyahate gittim. - I went on a ten-day trip to Easter Island.

Easter
Paskalya yortusu
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(Din) Hıristiyanlıktaki en eski ve en önemli bayram olan Paskalyada, İsa'nin çarmıha gerildikten sonra üçüncü günde dirilişi kutlanır. Her sene sabit bir tarihte gerçekleşmeyen ve dünya kiliselerinin çoğunda Pazar günü kutlanan Paskalya Günü, Kıyam Yortusu, Diriliş Pazarı ya da Diriliş Günü olarak da adlandırılır
Easter
{i} yumurta bayramı
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Easter Day Paskalya günü
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Easter time Paskalya zamanı
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Easter egg Paskalya yumurtası
Englisch - Englisch
Coming from the east
Any persistent wind from the east (usually applied to broad currents or belts of easterly winds)
In an eastward direction or position; towards the east
Facing the east; directed towards the east
Located towards the east
From the east
{a} towards or from the east
from the east; used especially of winds; "an east wind"; "the winds are easterly" lying in or toward the east; "the east side of NY"; "eastern cities" from the east; "the winds blew easterly all night
Toward, or in the direction of, the east
from the east; "the winds blew easterly all night
Situated, directed, or moving toward the east; as, the easterly side of a lake; an easterly course or voyage
{s} moving or facing eastward; situated in the east; coming from the east
An easterly wind is a wind that blows from the east. the cold easterly winds from Scandinavia. easterlies a wind that comes from the east
from the east; "the winds blew easterly all night"
An easterly point, area, or direction is to the east or towards the east. He progressed slowly along the coast in an easterly direction
from the east; used especially of winds; "an east wind"; "the winds are easterly"
lying in or toward the east; "the east side of NY"; "eastern cities"
a wind from the east
Coming from the east; as, it was easterly wind
easterly wind
wind which comes from the east or from an eastern direction
Easter
The Jewish passover

After two dayes folowed ester, and the dayes of swete breed.

Easter
A festival of Heathenry held in honour of the goddess Eostre or Ostara and celebrated at the spring equinox or within the month of April. Also known as Eostre
Easter
A Christian feast commemorating the Resurrection of Christ; the first Sunday following the full moon that occurs on or next after the vernal equinox
Easter
Easter is a Christian festival when Jesus Christ's return to life is celebrated. It is celebrated on a Sunday in March or April. `Happy Easter,' he yelled. the first Easter morning. Major festival of the Christian church year, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus on the third day after his crucifixion. In Western churches it falls on a Sunday between March 22 and April 25, depending on the date of the first full moon after the spring equinox. This time span was fixed after the Council of Nicaea (AD 325). In the Eastern Orthodox calendar, which uses a different calculation, it often falls later. A joyful festival and a time of redemption, Easter brings an end to the long period of penance that constitutes Lent. The word is sometimes said to have been derived from Eostre, a Germanic goddess of spring, but other origins of the term more closely associated with Christian traditions have been proposed. Easter has acquired a number of religious and popular customs. The Easter worship service is one of the high points of the Christian calendar, and since the late 2nd century Easter has also been a time for baptism. The painting of eggs and tales of a rabbit who decorates and hides eggs are among the folk customs associated with the holiday. Easter Island Easter Rising Easter Rebellion
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This is the most important Christian festival on the Church calendar It is the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead Easter eggs have become associated with the celebration, symbolising the bursting forth of new, resurrection life from the tomb The name Easter comes from the pagan, Saxon goddess Eostre whose sacred animal was the rabbit
easter
{n} the feast of Christ's resurrection or the passover
Easter
pace
Easter
Eastertide
Easter
Pasch
Easter
{i} Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Feast of the Resurrection
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Eastern
easter
The day of celebrating the Lord's resurrection, and the weeks which followed until He went up to heaven to be with God This season continues until Pentecost
easter
To veer to the east; said of the wind
easter
the oldest feast of the Christian church celebrating the resurrection of Christ; Easter Day falls on or between 21 March, and 25 April
easter
falls on the Sunday first after the paschal full moon The paschal full moon is the full moon which falls on or first after 21st March - the vernal equinox The date of Easter is however calculated, and is therefore fixed by reference to a theoretical moon [more]
easter
An annual church festival commemorating Christ's resurrection, and occurring on Sunday, the second day after Good Friday
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Kempe spent Easter in Rome probably in 1415 That she would mention that she waited "until Eastertime had come and gone" to begin her return to England reflects the enormous solemnity of the celebrations connected to Easter Holy Week had its great moments, but Easter was the quintessential great feast of Christian practice Whether for monastic establishment or parish church, Easter was the moment when the finest mass vestments and service for the altar (chalices, crosses, etc) were taken from church treasuries for the most elaborate ceremonies of the year The folded altarpieces were open to reveal the most significant paintings Specific songs were rehearsed by choirs and sung In some churches, a boy's choir would sing from the towers of the church at dawn, imitating the angel of the Resurrection [Chapter 9] [Chapter 30] [Chapter 42] [Chapter 54] [Chapter 81] [II: Chapter 3]
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The festival that commemorates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, the third day after he was crucified It is called Easter Day in our prayer book, but has come to be called (redundantly) Easter Sunday by the media, most laity, and some clergy, all of whom ought to know better Easter is a movable feast, which means it does not always fall on the same day each year Easter is always the first Sunday after the full moon following the vernal equinox (first day of Spring) By this calculation, Easter could occur anytime from March 22, to April 25 The length of Epiphany and the Season after Pentecost, as well as the dates of Ash Wednesday, Holy Week, Ascension Day, Pentecost, and Trinity Sunday are all determined by the date of Easter Easter is also a Church season, spanning the 40 days (six Sundays) after Easter, to Ascension Day
easter
a wind from the east
easter
a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ; celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox
easter
the feast of the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ; the major feast of the calendar; a movable feast falling on the Sunday after the first full moon following the spring equinox
easter
April was called Ostermonath - the month of the Ost-end wind (wind from the east) Easter is therefore the April feast, which lasted eight days Our Easter Sunday must be between March 21st and April 25th It is regulated by the paschal moon, or first full moon between the vernal equinox and fourteen days afterwards (Teutonic, ostara; Anglo-Saxon, eastre ) Easter The Saxon goddess of the east, whose festival was held in the spring
easter
The day on which the festival is observed; Easter day
easter
The day of Jesus Christ's resurrection after renunciation of His body on the cross
easter
(Gr Pascha or Lambri) The feast day of the resurrection of Christ, known also as "the Feast of Feasts " It is the greatest Orthodox festival, celebrated the Sunday following the first full moon after the Spring equinox It is a movable feast and the dates of the other movable feasts of the Orthodox Church are calculated from it
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It corresponds to the pascha or passover of the Jews, and most nations still give it this name under the various forms of pascha, pasque, pâque, or pask
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The major festival in the Christian church which celebrates the life, death and resurrection of Jesus
easter
the celebration of Christ’s Resurrection ("rise to life again") from the Dead after being crucified (BCP pp 170 – 174, 222 – 225)
easter
(Gr Paschaor Lambri) The feast day of the resurrection of Christ, known also as "the Feast of Feasts " It is the greatest Orthodox festival, celebrated the Sunday following the first full moon after the Spring equinox It is a movable feast and the dates of the other movable feasts of the Orthodox Church are calculated from it
easterlies
plural of easterly
north-easterly
A north-easterly point, area, or direction is to the north-east or towards the north-east
south-easterly
from the southeast, of the southeast
south-easterly
A south-easterly point, area, or direction is to the south-east or towards the south-east
easterly

    Silbentrennung

    east·er·ly

    Türkische aussprache

    istırli

    Aussprache

    /ˈēstərlē/ /ˈiːstɜrliː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'E-st&r-lE ] (adjective or adverb.) 1548. Probably from easter + -ly.

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