mead

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çayır

Bu çayır kurbağa doludur. - This meadow abounds in frogs.

İnekler çayırda ot yiyorlar. - Cows are eating grass in the meadow.

mayalandırılmış bal ve sudan yapılan alkollü bir içki
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Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ahiret. Bak: Maâd
Englisch - Englisch
an alcoholic drink fermented from honey and water
a meadow
{n} a liquor made from honey, a meadow
A fermented drink made from honey and water
An alcoholic beverage derived from fermented honey
made of fermented honey and water
Wine made from honey, sometimes with the addition of malt, fruit, spices, etc
An alchoholic drink made of fermented honey and water
A wine made by fermenting honey and water, very popular in Medieval Europe
United States philosopher of pragmatism (1863-1931)
United States anthropologist noted for her claims about adolescence and sexual behavior in Polynesian cultures (1901-1978)
Uniform Access computer for work-related use by UW faculty and staff (address: mead u washington edu) A Mead account is useful for computationally intensive tasks, such as generating statistics on large data sets Use your UW NetID and password to log in to Mead
An alcoholic beverage produced by the fermentation of honey For a traditional mead, the honey is mixed with water In a fruit mead, the honey is mixed with fruit juice Mead is really more of a wine than a beer, since it does not contain any grain sugars Mead can be broadly classified based on whether it is sparkling or still, and whether it is dry or sweet
A fermented drink made of water and honey with malt, yeast, etc
made of fermented honey and water United States philosopher of pragmatism (1863-1931) United States anthropologist noted for her claims about adolescence and sexual behavior in Polynesian cultures (1901-1978)
In former times, mead was an alcoholic drink made of honey, spices, and water. American philosopher and social theorist and reformer. He was a leader of the American pragmatists and contributed greatly to the development of social psychology. A reservoir of southeast Nevada and northwest Arizona formed by Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. It is the center of a large recreational area. American anthropologist noted for her landmark studies of adolescence and sexual behavior in primitive cultures. Her books include Coming of Age in Samoa (1928). An alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water. Alcoholic beverage fermented from honey and water. It can be light or rich, sweet or dry, or even sparkling. Alcoholic drinks made from honey were common in ancient Scandinavia, Gaul, Teutonic Europe, and Greece; they were particularly common in northern Europe, where grapevines do not flourish. By the 14th century, ale and sweetened wine were surpassing mead in popularity. Today mead is made as a sweet or dry wine of low alcoholic strength. Spiced mead is called metheglin. Mead George Herbert Mead Lake Mead Margaret
It is sometimes charged with carbonic acid gas
A wine, common in medieval Europe, made by fermenting honey and water Recently mead has enjoyed new popuularity Wine makers now makeflavored mead
A fermented beverage made of water, honey, and yeast An ancient drink believed to be the precursor of beer
an alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey
{i} alcoholic liquor made of fermented honey and water; any of various nonalcoholic drinks; meadow (Archaic)
Any wine whose primary energy source (sugar) and flavor are derived from honey Honey wines need added yeast nutrients to complete the fermentation process, as these are not present in suf- ficient quantities in the honey itself
A wine, common in medieval Europe, made by fermenting honey and water Recently mead has enjoyed new popularity Wine makers now make flavored mead
A beverage made by fermenting water, honey, and yeast (or hops) with flavorings Mead dates back to Biblical times, and was a popular drink in early England Also see: Recipes and Information
A honey wine, fermented honey
Honey wine
A GUI tool that creates the source, resource, makefiles and build configuration files for a generic Symbian application
[source: www dictionary com] An alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water [Middle English from Old English meodu; see medhu- in Indo-European Roots ]
A drink composed of sirup of sarsaparilla or other flavoring extract, and water
metheglin; hydromel
meeth
mead-bench
the seat or bench at a Germanic feast
mead hall
In ancient Scandinavia and Germanic Europe a mead hall or feasting hall was initially simply a large building with a single room. From the fifth century to early medieval times such a building was the residence of a lord and his retainers. The mead hall was generally the great hall of the king. As such, it was likely to be the safest place in the kingdom
mead's milkweed
milkweed of central North America; a threatened species
mead-
A beverage made by fermenting water, honey, and yeast (or hops) with flavorings Mead dates back to Biblical times, and was a popular drink in early England Also see: Recipes and Information
mead-
An alchoholic drink made of fermented honey and water
mead-
made of fermented honey and water
mead-
[source: www dictionary com] An alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water [Middle English from Old English meodu; see medhu- in Indo-European Roots ]
mead-
United States philosopher of pragmatism (1863-1931)
mead-
Honey wine
mead-
A wine made by fermenting honey and water, very popular in Medieval Europe
mead-
A fermented drink made from honey and water
mead-
An alcoholic beverage derived from fermented honey
mead-
A fermented beverage made of water, honey, and yeast An ancient drink believed to be the precursor of beer
mead-
Uniform Access computer for work-related use by UW faculty and staff (address: mead u washington edu) A Mead account is useful for computationally intensive tasks, such as generating statistics on large data sets Use your UW NetID and password to log in to Mead
mead-
an alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey
mead-
A wine, common in medieval Europe, made by fermenting honey and water Recently mead has enjoyed new popularity Wine makers now make flavored mead
mead-
United States anthropologist noted for her claims about adolescence and sexual behavior in Polynesian cultures (1901-1978)
mead-
Wine made from honey, sometimes with the addition of malt, fruit, spices, etc
mead-
A GUI tool that creates the source, resource, makefiles and build configuration files for a generic Symbian application
mead-
A honey wine, fermented honey
mead-
Any wine whose primary energy source (sugar) and flavor are derived from honey Honey wines need added yeast nutrients to complete the fermentation process, as these are not present in suf- ficient quantities in the honey itself
mead-
An alcoholic beverage produced by the fermentation of honey For a traditional mead, the honey is mixed with water In a fruit mead, the honey is mixed with fruit juice Mead is really more of a wine than a beer, since it does not contain any grain sugars Mead can be broadly classified based on whether it is sparkling or still, and whether it is dry or sweet
mead-
A wine, common in medieval Europe, made by fermenting honey and water Recently mead has enjoyed new popuularity Wine makers now makeflavored mead
George Herbert Mead
born Feb. 27, 1863, South Hadley, Mass., U.S. died April 26, 1931, Chicago, Ill. U.S. philosopher, sociologist, and social psychologist prominent in the development of pragmatism. He studied at Oberlin College, graduated from Harvard University (B.A., 1888), and went on to study philosophy and psychology at the Universities of Leipzig and Berlin (1888-91). Mead then taught philosophy and psychology at the University of Michigan (1891-94) with John Dewey and Charles Horton Cooley. In 1894 he joined Dewey in moving to the University of Chicago and taught there the rest of his life. Mead's focus was the relationship between the self and society, particularly the emergence of the human self in the process of social interaction. His works include The Philosophy of the Present (1932) and Mind, Self, and Society (1934). See also interactionism
Lake Mead
the largest reservoir (=a lake where water is stored before it is supplied to people's houses) in the US, on the Colorado River behind the Hoover Dam. Reservoir of the Hoover Dam, on the Arizona-Nevada border in the U.S. One of the largest man-made lakes in the world, it was formed by the damming of the Colorado River. Lake Mead is 115 mi (185 km) long and 1-10 mi (1.6-16 km) wide; it has a capacity of over 31 million acre ft (38 billion cubic m), with a surface area of 229 sq mi (593 sq km). It was named after Elwood Mead, commissioner of reclamation. Lake Mead National Recreation Area (established 1936) has an area of 2,338 sq mi (6,055 sq km) and extends 240 mi (386 km) along the river
Margaret Mead
a US anthropologist, who studied the ways in which parents on the islands of Samoa, Bali, and New Guinea taught their children. She also tried to discover whether males and females are born with the differences in behaviour that they show, or whether they learn to behave differently as they grow up in their particular societies. Her best-known book is Coming of Age in Samoa (1901-78). born Dec. 16, 1901, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. died Nov. 15, 1978, New York, N.Y. U.S. anthropologist. She studied under Franz Boas and Ruth Benedict at Columbia University and did fieldwork in Samoa before completing her Ph.D. (1929). The first and most famous of her 23 books, Coming of Age in Samoa (1928), presents evidence in support of cultural determinism with respect to the formation of personality or temperament. Her other books include Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies (1935), Male and Female (1949), and Culture and Commitment (1970). Her theories caused later 20th-century anthropologists to question both the accuracy of her observations and the soundness of her conclusions. In her later years she became a prominent voice on such wide-ranging issues as women's rights and nuclear proliferation, and her great fame owed as much to the force of her personality and her outspokenness as to the quality of her scientific work. She served in curatorial positions at the American Museum of Natural History for over 50 years
lake mead
a large reservoir in southeastern Nevada and northwestern Arizona that is formed by the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River; the center of a recreational area
meads
plural of mead
mead

    Silbentrennung

    Mead

    Türkische aussprache

    mid

    Aussprache

    /ˈmēd/ /ˈmiːd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mEd ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English mede, from Old English medu, from Proto-Germanic *meduz, from Proto-Indo-European *médʰu- ‘honey; honey wine’.

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