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Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir şeyi çiğneyip damağıyla ezmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Muhkem etmek, sağlamlaştırmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Davarın ağzına gem vurmak veya urgan koymak
Englisch - Englisch
A diminutive of the male given name Henry
A diminutive of the given name Hankin (a medieval form of John)
A coil or loop of something, especially twine, yarn, or rope
A ring or shackle that secures a staysail to its stay and allows the sail to glide smoothly up and down
{n} a skain of thread tie, wooden ring
originally a shortened form of Hankin (a medieval form of John), but now only found in the United States as a pet form of Henry
A ring or eye of rope, wood, or iron, attached to the edge of a sail and running on a stay
a 560-yard unit of wool yarn wound on a reel
A hank of tapestry wool is approximately 55 meters and a hank of crewel wool is approximatle 180 meters
A throw in which a wrestler turns his left side to his opponent, twines his left leg about his opponent's right leg from the inside, and throws him backward
A hank of wool, rope, or string is a length of it which has been loosely wound. an amount of wool or thread that has been wound into a loose ball (hönk). Aaron Hank Greenberg Hank Williams Hank
Hold; influence
A rope or withe for fastening a gate
refers to the number of strands tied together at one end These strands usually do not usually have clasps attached
A definite length of textile material that varies according to the material A hank of wool is 560 yards, cotton and silk is 840 yards and linen is 300 yards
To form into hanks
A parcel consisting of two or more skeins of yarn or thread tied together
To fasten with a rope, as a gate
a metal ring attached to the end of a rope to allow it to slide or turn
To attach to a stay
a coil of rope or wool or yarn
* A skein of reeled yarn * The count, number or size of roving, such as a 1 5 or 2-hank roving
{i} coil, loop (of hair, yarn, etc.)
Hank Marvin
Starving; very hungry
Hank Aaron
a baseball player famous for hitting more home runs than Babe Ruth, who had held the record for almost 40 years (1934- ). byname of Henry Louis Aaron born Feb. 5, 1934, Mobile, Ala., U.S. U.S. baseball player, one of the greatest in professional baseball. After playing briefly in the Negro leagues and then in the minor leagues, Aaron was moved up to the majors as an outfielder with the Milwaukee Braves in 1954. By the time the Braves moved to Atlanta, Ga., in 1965, Aaron had hit 398 home runs; in 1974 he hit his 715th, breaking Babe Ruth's record. He played his final two seasons (1975-76) with the Milwaukee Brewers. Aaron's records for career home runs (755), extra-base hits (1,477), and runs batted in (2,297) remain unbroken, and only Ty Cobb and Pete Rose exceed him in career hits (3,771). Aaron is renowned as one of the greatest hitters of all time
Hank Aaron
Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron (born 1934), professional baseball player who broke many long-standing baseball records
Hank Greenberg
orig. Henry Benjamin Greenberg born Jan.1, 1911, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Sept. 4, 1986, Beverly Hills, Calif. U.S. baseball player. Greenberg began his professional career at first base with the Detroit Tigers in 1933. He twice helped the Tigers win the World Series (1935, 1940) and was named the American League's Most Valuable Player both years. In 1938 he hit 58 home runs (2 home runs short of Babe Ruth's then-record). He often encountered prejudice on the field, but his refusal to play on Jewish holidays won him praise. He served four years in the military in World War II then returned to the Tigers; traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1947, he retired in 1948. He was part owner and general manager of the Cleveland Indians until 1957 and general manager of the Chicago White Sox from 1959 to 1963. The first Jewish star player in the major leagues, Greenberg was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1956
Hank Williams
With the help of Fred Rose, his "Lovesick Blues" became a smash hit in 1949, and he joined the Grand Ole Opry that year after an extraordinary debut appearance. Among his best-selling recordings were "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Jambalaya," "Your Cheatin' Heart," and "Hey, Good Lookin'." He wrote almost all the songs he recorded. His death from heart failure at 29 may have resulted from drug and alcohol abuse. He remains perhaps the most revered figure in the history of country music. His son, Hank Williams, Jr., has had an exceptional recording career, and grandson Hank Williams III is also a musician
Hank Williams
a US country and western singer and songwriter, who greatly influenced the development of country and western music, and whose songs include Your Cheatin' Heart and I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (1923-53). orig. Hiram King Williams born Sept. 17, 1923, Georgiana, Ala., U.S. died Jan. 1, 1953, Oak Hill, W.Va. U.S. singer and guitarist. Williams was born into poverty. He began playing guitar at age 8, made his radio debut at 13, and formed his first band, Hank Williams and his Drifting Cowboys, at
hank panky
illicit sexual intercourse
{i} family name; Tom Hanks (born 1956), American movie actor and director, actor who starred in the film "Saving Private Ryan"; village in North Dakota
Another essentially interchangeable term with the same meaning as Bundles, applying to hog and sheep casings
Metal hooks or fittings sewn into the luff of a sail and used to secure the sail to a stay
plural of hank
United States film actor (born in 1956)
Strong clip hooks that attach headsails to the mast stays
Clips on foresail for attaching sail to forestay



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈhaɴɢk/ /ˈhæŋk/


    [ 'ha[ng]k ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse honk hank; akin to Old English hangian to hang.


    hanks, hanking, hanked

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