hara

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Türkisch - Englisch
stud, stud farm
stock farm
stud farm
stud

The archaeologist is studying old Roman ruins. - Arkeolog eski Roma harabeleri üzerinde çalışıyor.

haras
stud farm, stud
studfarm
rakeoff
Englisch - Englisch
Center of energy
hara kiri Hara Kei Hara Takashi
Mythical mountain (Var: 'Hukairya')
also called 'Center'; a point in the lower abdomen corresponding to the body's center of gravity
Stomach, abdomen; intended more as centre of concentration and energy
An epithet of Siva
The lower abdomen The center of life energy, physical and spiritual Often used as a synonym for "guts", courage All movement must originate from this point
Lower abdomen; physical and spiritual centre
The centre of gravity of the body, located in the lower abdomen; the centre of awareness in zazen meditation
The region in the lower abdomen that is the seat of awareness in zazen It is located approximately two inches below the navel
The central balance point in the human body, located slightly below the navel All coordinated movement originates from this one point
1) the abdomen 2) The location of one's soul (in the lower abdomen)
lower abdomen, belly
center of the drumhead Hara literally means "belly "
(har) adjective grey, hoary, old
Abdomen
one's physical and spiritual center physically, in the lower abdomen a few inches below the navel
One's center of mass, located about 2" below the navel Traditionally this was thought to be the location of the spirit/mind/(source of ki) Aikido techniques should be executed as much as possible from or through one's hara
belly or gut, which is a person's spiritual center
Stomach
"Abdomen" Gravity and mass in the human body, traditionally considered in Eastern thought to be the seat of the soul and center of ki
Literally "belly " The center of the body where one's soul resides (Japanese)
"Abdomen " Gravity and mass in the human body, traditionally considered in Eastern thought to be the seat of the soul and center of ki
hara-kiri
Ceremonial suicide by ripping open the abdomen with a dagger or knife: formerly practised in Japan by members of the warrior class when disgraced or sentenced to death
hara-kiri
Suicide or any suicidal action
hara-kiri
An act against one's own interests

But with GSM players lobbying hard for more spectrum, taking MVNOs on board now would be hara-kiri.

Hara Kei
or Hara Takashi born March 15, 1856, Morioka, Japan died Nov. 4, 1921, Tokyo Prime minister of Japan (1918-21) and cofounder of one of Japan's first political parties, the Rikken Seiykai. Hara lowered the property qualifications for voting, thus enlarging the electorate to include small landholders, who supported the Seiykai. He attempted to reduce the power of the military, which led to his assassination by a right-wing fanatic
hara-kiri
honorable suicide through self-disembowelment (ceremonial suicide practiced by the Japanese samurai when disgraced or under a death sentence)
hara-kiri
In former times, if a Japanese man committed hara-kiri, he killed himself by cutting his own stomach open, in order to avoid dishonour
Hari Hara
Hindu god which is a combination of the gods Vishnu and Shiva
John Henry O'Hara
born Jan. 31, 1905, Pottsville, Pa., U.S. died April 11, 1970, Princeton, N.J. U.S. novelist and short-story writer. O'Hara developed the objective, straightforward style he used in his fiction while working as a critic and reporter in New York City. His works stand as a social history of upwardly mobile Americans of the 1920s through the 1940s. Among them are the popular novels Appointment in Samarra (1934); Butterfield 8 (1935; film, 1960); Pal Joey (1940), adapted as a musical; Ten North Frederick (1955; film, 1958); and From the Terrace (1958; film, 1960)
John O'Hara
born Jan. 31, 1905, Pottsville, Pa., U.S. died April 11, 1970, Princeton, N.J. U.S. novelist and short-story writer. O'Hara developed the objective, straightforward style he used in his fiction while working as a critic and reporter in New York City. His works stand as a social history of upwardly mobile Americans of the 1920s through the 1940s. Among them are the popular novels Appointment in Samarra (1934); Butterfield 8 (1935; film, 1960); Pal Joey (1940), adapted as a musical; Ten North Frederick (1955; film, 1958); and From the Terrace (1958; film, 1960)
O'Hara
American writer who contributed short stories to the New Yorker and wrote novels such as Butterfield 8 (1935) and Ten North Frederick (1955)
O'hara
{i} family name
Scarlett O'Hara
character played by Vivien Leigh in the Academy Award-winning 1939 film "Gone with the Wind
Scarlett O'Hara
the main female character in the book and film Gone With the Wind. She is a beautiful, determined, and clever woman
o'hara
United States writer (1905-1970)
Türkisch - Türkisch
Hare
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ev ortası
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Deve kuşu yumurtasının yeri
At üretilen çiftlik
At üretilen çiftlik, aygır deposu
HARA'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Süstlük, zayıflık
Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von hara im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

hara-kiri
harakiri
hara

    Silbentrennung

    ha·ra

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ "har-i-'kir-E, -'kar-E ] (noun.) 1840. Japanese harakiri, from hara belly + kiri cutting.

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