listen to the pronunciation of legend
Englisch - Türkisch

Japonya'da birçok efsane vardır. - There are a lot of legends in Japan.

Efsaneye göre bu ormanda bir zamanlar hayalatler varmış, o yüzden de insanlar girmezlermiş. - According to legend, those woods used to be haunted, so people would avoid entering.

{i} yazıt
{i} kitabe
{i} mit
ışıklı yazı
kısa yazı
özel işaretler
(Reklam) resim açıklama yazısı
açıklama yazısı
(Gıda) açıklayıcı bilgi
ünlü kimse
(harita/vb.'de) açıklayıcı bilgiler
{i} sikke/harita üzerindeki yazı
açıklama Gösterge
legendary masal türünden
sikke veya harita ve resim üzerindeki yazı
rivayet kabilinden
azizlerin hayatına dair hikaye
(Askeri) HARİTA AÇIKLAMALARI: Genellikle bir haritanın kenarına basılmış olan ve harita, şema, çizim vs. üzerindeki sembollerle ilgili açıklamalar
(Reklam) resim notu
sikke üzerindeki yazı
harita üzerindeki yazı
(Askeri) harita açıklamaları
legend entry
(Bilgisayar) gösterge girdisi
legend format
(Bilgisayar) gösterge biçimi
legend is back
efsane döndü
legend key
(Bilgisayar) gösterge anahtarı
legend key
(Bilgisayar) gösterge tuşu
legend text
(Bilgisayar) gösterge metni
Legend has it
Efsaneye göre
legend has it that
Efsaneye göre

Vampir efsaneleri Balkanlar'da gelişir. - Legends of vampires flourish in the Balkans.

Eğlence uyuşturucu kullanımı birçok şehir efsanelerine ilham veriyor. - Recreational drug use inspires many urban legends.

edit legend
(Bilgisayar) gösterge düzenle
format legend
(Bilgisayar) göstergeyi biçimle
format legend
(Bilgisayar) göstergeyi biçimlendir
became a legend
bir efsane haline geldi
i m legend
ben efsaneyim
living legend
yaşayan efsane
alert legend
(Bilgisayar) uyarı göstergesi
delete legend
(Bilgisayar) göstergeyi sil
delete legend
(Bilgisayar) göstergeyi kaldır
selected legend entry
(Bilgisayar) seçili gösterge girişi
selected legend key
(Bilgisayar) seçili gösterge anahtarı
Englisch - Englisch
The text on a coin
A fabricated backstory for spies, complete with appropriate documents and records

Both the agent's legend and documents were intended to stand up against casual questions from Soviet citizens, such as during a job interview, or a routine police document check, such as were made at railway stations.

A story of unknown origin describing plausible but extraordinary past events. Also historical legend

The legend of Troy was discovered to have historical basis.

A worthy friend

Cheers mate for fixing my car, you're a legend.

A story in which a kernel of truth is embellished to an unlikely degree

The 1984 Rose Bowl prank has spawned many legends. Here's the real story.

Any person of extraordinary accomplishment

Michael Jordan stands as a legend in basketball.

A key to the symbols and color codes on a map, chart, etc

According to the legend on the map, that building is a school.

A leading protagonist in a historical legend

Achilles is a legend in Greek culture.

{i} story that has been handed down over generations and cannot be proved to be true or fictitious, tale, myth, fable; collection of myths or fables; explanatory table for a map (or chart, etc.); inscription (on a coin, monument, etc.)
{n} an inscription, fabulous story, tale
A listing which contains symbols and other information about a map
The area of the System Monitor graph or histogram display that shows computer name, object name, counter name, instances, and other information as a reference to the lines in the graph or the bars in the histogram
any additional commentary or a more detailed explanation of the figure It is optional; it follows the caption It does not appear in the LIST OF FIGURES See Figures
The part of the drawn map explaining the meaning of the symbols used to code the depicted geographical elements
A description or explanation of the symbology and other information printed on a map, chart or diagram, to provide a better understanding and interpretation of the data portrayed Usually located in the margin
A listing that contains symbols and other information about a map
(map): a table on a map listing and explaining the symbols used
Wording on a map or chart that explains the symbols used
A specialized annotation that formats a series of lines or markers of varying styles along with adjoining explanatory labels Legends are designed to serve as "keys" for an associated plot
one surrounding the field in a medal or coin, or placed upon an heraldic shield or beneath an engraving or illustration
An inscription, motto, or title, esp
1 The reference area on a map that lists and explains the colors, symbols, line patterns, shadings, and annotation used on the map The legend often includes the scale, origin, orientation, and other map information 2 The symbol key used to interpret a map
The description of the symbology representing features on a map
An explanatory table or list of the symbols appearing on a map or chart In ArcView a legend defines which features of a theme are displayed in the view map
A legend is a story that people talk about, concerning people, places, or events that exist or are famous at the present time. The incident has since become a family legend His frequent brushes with death are the stuff of legend among the press. Traditional story or group of stories told about a particular person or place. Formerly the term referred to a tale about a saint. Legends resemble folktales in content; they may include supernatural beings, elements of mythology, or explanations of natural phenomena, but they are associated with a particular locality or person. They are handed down from the past and are popularly regarded as historical though they are not entirely verifiable
The principle inscription on a coin other than the denomination or nation which issued it
the mark on a carcass, product, or label containing the plant number - signifies that the plant and its products are under USDA or state inspection
A key to guide understanding, usually in list form, used as an accompaniment to or annotation on a blueprint or other drawing The word has a more commonly used meaning- i e , story, myth
That which is appointed to be read; especially, a chronicle or register of the lives of saints, formerly read at matins, and in the refectories of religious houses
approval If you refer to someone as a legend, you mean that they are very famous and admired by a lot of people. blues legends John Lee Hooker and B.B. King
Found on a map, in an atlas, and in some databases (i e Proquest) It is an explanation of the symbols used, to aid the user
A legend is a very old and popular story that may be true. the legends of ancient Greece The play was based on Irish legend
Is an explanation of symbols and other information shown on a map Usually the legend appears as a table or list in the map's margin (to the side or bottom)
With reference to a map, the legend is the key which explains the symbols used to understand the map
Lettering on a coin other than the denomination or nation which issued it
an inscription which appears on a coin, such as LIBERTY
brief description accompanying an illustration
A text field used as a means of disclosing additional information on the PC Pool
To tell or narrate, as a legend
Any wonderful story coming down from the past, but not verifiable by historical record; a myth; a fable
A key to what the symbols or pictures in a map mean
A listing that shows symbols and other information about a map
A story respecting saints; especially, one of a marvelous nature
A listing which contains symbols and other information about a map For example, the legend on a map might show scratchy lines to indicate where the railroad tracks run
a story about mythical or supernatural beings or events
the key to the meaning of symbols and pictures on a map
legend in one's own lunchtime
One whose fame is insignificant or fleeting

A legend in his own lunchtime, Bulwer-Lytton became renowned for penning exceptionally bad prose.

legend has it that
Legend says that

Legend has it that Rhodes was home to the sun god Helios.

Legend of Sleepy Hollow
a popular story by Washington Irving in which the main character, Ichabod Crane, rides quickly through a frightening place called Sleepy Hollow because he thinks he is being chased by a Headless Horseman (1820)
Black Legend
The anti-Hispanic Black Legend (Spanish: Leyenda Negra) is the depiction of Spain and Spaniards as bloodthirsty and cruel, greedy and fanatical with the intention of defaming the country of Spain and its inhabitants. The term was later extended to include all Hispanics and their countries of origin, in particular the Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America, as well as persons residing in the United States of America of Spanish or Spanish-speaking Latin American descent
White Legend
The term purports to counterbalance the defamatory anti-Hispanic Black Legend (Spanish Leyenda Negra). It is an insidious aspect of the Black Legend in that it characterizes documented historical facts favorable to Hispanics as exaggerated praise and therefore suspect
campus legend
A widely circulated apocryphal or untrue story pertaining to people, events, or places on the campus of an educational institution, often having elements of humour or horror

In campus legend, the grind, the non-athletic boy, the unattractive girl, are popularly associated with Phi Beta Kappa, but the caricature cannot be justified.

campus legend
A person who is renowned within a particular educational institution

When I had my first exposure to Dorson at MSU in his undergraduate American Folklore course in fall quarter 1954, he had become a campus legend.

Attributive form of campus legend

campus-legend circulation.

urban legend
A widely circulated story that is untrue or apocryphal, often having elements of humour or horror

The claim that alligators live in New York City's sewers is an old urban legend.

Arthurian Legend
old stories about King Arthur, his court at Camelot, the magician Merlin, and the Knights of the Round Table. These stories were first told more than 1000 years ago, and are found in Welsh, English, French, and German literature. Body of stories and medieval romances centring on the legendary English king Arthur. The stories chronicle Arthur's life, the adventures of his knights, and the adulterous love between his knight Sir Lancelot and his queen, Guinevere. The legend was popular in Wales before the 11th century, was brought into literature by Geoffrey of Monmouth, and was adapted by other medieval writers, including Chrétien de Troyes, Wace, Layamon, and Sir Thomas Malory, becoming entwined with legends of the Holy Grail. From Victorian times, when interest in the legend revived, it has figured in major works by Alfred Tennyson (Idylls of the King) and T.H. White (The Once and Future King). It is uncertain whether Arthur was a historical figure. Medieval sources say he was a 6th-century warrior and champion of Christianity who united the British tribes against the Saxon invaders, died in battle at Camlann 539, and was buried at Glastonbury. See also Galahad; Merlin; Tristan and Isolde
Black Legend
Stories from the Spanish colonies in the Americas that led to the general belief, eagerly endorsed by such rivals as Britain and Holland, that Spain exceeded other nations in cruelty to its subject populations. The 16th-century historians Bartolomé de Las Casas and Garcilaso de la Vega documented the treatment of the Indians in New Spain (Mexico and Guatemala) and Peru, respectively, and laid the foundation for the legend. Though Spain may not actually have surpassed other colonial powers in cruelty, the Spanish conquest clearly reduced the numbers of indigenous peoples rapidly and caused them great suffering
arthurian legend
the legend of King Arthur and his court at Camelot
became a legend
came to be renowned, became famous
became a legend in his own time
he became infamous while still alive, those around him turned him into a notable person of his time
etymological legend
story which is hidden behind the name of a place or person
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plural of legend
Legends (sometimes called epics) are hero tales and usually tell of some historic tale and hero Look for Davy Crockett, The Iliad and The Odyssey, Robin Hood and King Arthur Many of these stories were told, or sung, by traveling bards or storytellers Read some of South Dakota's Legends
(card) - a new kind of card introduced for the Legends expansion set Legends cards require multiple mana to cast, and have gold borders Only one of each Legend may be in play at a time Note that Legendary Lands, also introduced in the Legends expansion set, have some things in common with legend cards (i e the uniqueness property), but are not considered legends
living legend
person who has become very famous in his lifetime
urban legend
A story, that may have started with some truth, that has been embellished and retold until it has become a myth
urban legend
non-true or partially true story or fact that is based on word of mouth which circulates widely and becomes a part of popular mythology (numerous urban legends are generated on the Internet and few are told again and again)
urban legend
A story, which may have started with a grain of truth, that has been embroidered and retold until it has passed into the realm of myth Is is an interesting phenomenon that these stories become spread so far, so fast and so often
urban legend
A story, which may at one time have been true, that has grown from constant retelling into a mythical yarn
urban legend
A story, which may have started with a grain of truth, that has been embroidered and retold until it has passed into the realm of myth Some legends that periodically make their rounds include "The Infamous Modem Tax," "Craig Shergold/Brain Tumor/Get Well Cards," and "The $250 Cookie Recipe "
urban legend
An oft-told tale on the Internet that is untrue, but refuses to die They keep reappearing in newsgroups, e-mail discussion lists, and message bases The stories themselves are interesting and when newcomers read them for the first time, they are often passed along as fact They may have been once true as in the Craig Shergold get-well card story, a hoax like the GOOD TIMES VIRUS, or a joke, like the expensive Neiman-Marcus cookie recipe They often appear with variations, so that get-well cards become business cards, or Neiman-Marcus becomes Mrs Fields instead Read more about these in our accompanying feature on Urban Legends
urban legend
a story, which may at one time have been true, that has become exaggerated from constant retelling into a mythical yarn
urban legend
An apocryphal story involving incidents of the recent past, often including elements of humor and horror, that spreads quickly and is popularly believed to be true
urban legend
A story, which may have started with a grain of truth, that has been embroidered and retold until it has passed into the realm of myth It is an interesting phenonmenon that these stories get spread so far, so fast and so often Urban legends never die, they just end up on the Internet! Some legends that periodically make their rounds include "The Infamous Modem Tax," "Craig Shergold/Brain Tumor/Get Well Cards," and "The $250 Cookie Recipe" [Source: LAQUEY]