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Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Kan, dem
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Öç, intikam, öldürme
hun imparatorluğu
Hun İmparatorluğu (Türk tarih literatüründe: Avrupa Hun İmparatorluğu), 4. yüzyılın sonlarına doğru Balamir'in önderliğinde batıya doğru yürüyen Hunların bir bölümü ilk defa Doğu Anadolu'ya girdiler. Balamir'in ölümünden sonra oğlu ya da torunu olduğu sanılan Uldız döneminde ise Karpat dağlarını aşıp Macaristan'a girerek burada Avrupa Hun Devleti'ni kurdular. Avrupa Hun Devleti'nin dış politikası Uldız döneminde belirlenmiştir.Bu politikaya göre Bizans baskı altında tutulacak ve Germen kavimlerine karşı Batı Roma İmparatorluğu ile iş birliği yapılacaktır
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Töhmet
(Osmanlı Dönemi) şekk, şüphe, zan
Englisch - Englisch
A Protestant
A supporter of Scottish association football club Rangers F.C
a vandal, a barbarian, an uncivilized destructive person
A Unionist
A German
A member of a nomadic tribe, the Huns, most likely of Turkic origin, which invaded Europe in the fourth century from Central Asia
Affectionate abbreviation of honey
A grey partridge
Any member of a nomadic pastoralist people who invaded southeastern Europe AD 370. Appearing from central Asia after the mid-4th century, they first overran the Alani, who occupied the plains between the Volga and Don rivers, and then overthrew the Ostrogoths living between the Don and Dniester rivers. About 376 they defeated the Visigoths living in what is now approximately Romania and reached the Danubian frontier of the Roman Empire. As warriors, they inspired almost unparalleled fear throughout Europe; they were accurate mounted archers, and their rapid, ferocious charges brought them overwhelming victories. They extended their power over many of the Germanic peoples of central Europe and allied themselves with the Romans. By 432 the leadership of the various groups of Huns had been centralized under a single king, Rua (Rugila). After his death (434), he was succeeded by his two nephews, Bleda and Attila. By a peace treaty with the Eastern Roman Empire, the Romans agreed to double the subsidies they had been paying the Huns; when they apparently failed to pay the stipulated sums, Attila launched a heavy assault on the Roman Danubian frontier (441), and other attacks spread the Huns' control into Greece and Italy. After Attila's death (453), his many sons divided up his empire and began a series of costly struggles with their subjects. The Huns were finally routed in 455 by an alliance of Gepidae, Ostrogoths, Heruli, and others in a great battle in Pannonia. The Eastern Roman government then closed the frontier to the Huns, who gradually disintegrated as a social and political unit
{i} member of a warlike nomadic Asian people which invaded and controlled much of Europe during the 5th century AD; destructive and violent person
A derogatory term for a German, popular in the UK media
A member of 4th Century Central Asian nomads most likely of Turkic origin, the Huns
sweetie, cutie (affectionate nickname)
One of a warlike nomadic people of Northern Asia who, in the 5th century, under Atilla, invaded and conquered a great part of Europe
nIII: reason, motive
a member of a nomadic people who invaded Europe in the 4th century
corporeal soul (animal instinct)
(huhn) Food that is forbidden in Buddhism
offensive terms for a person of German descent
Attila the Hun
A king of the tribes of Huns
Attila the Hun
A tyrant; a person characterized by ruthless aggressiveness

The workers were being supervised by an Attila the Hun.

Harry Hun
A name used to represent the German people

So it didn't seem much of an option, leaning against a tree waiting for Harry Hun.

Attila the Hun
5th century king of the Huns who invaded and overran many parts of central and Eastern Europe
Türkisch - Englisch
(isim) Hun Turks
to hun

The Huns pillaged the village and burned it to the ground. - Hunlar köyü yağmaladılar ve onu yakıp kül ettiler.




    Türkische aussprache



    fritz, kraut


    /ˈhən/ /ˈhʌn/


    [ 'h&n ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Late Latin Hunnus, apparently ultimately from Turkic Hun-yü, the name of a tribe (they were known in China as (Han) or (Hiong-nu)).

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