owl

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} baykuş

Baykuşların çok akıllı oldukları düşünülmektedir. - Owls are supposed to be very wise.

Tom tam bir gece baykuşudur ve O en iyi yazılarını sıklıkla gece yarısından sonra yazar. - Tom's a real night owl, and often does his best writing after midnight.

{i} puhu

Bir puhu baykuşu ve peçeli baykuş arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between an eagle-owl and a barn owl?

eagle owl puhu kuşu
owlish baykuş gibi
scops owl cüce baykuş
tawny owl alaca
{i} bilge
Bubo bubo
Otus scops
Asio flammeus
{i} ağırbaşlı kimse
baykuş zool
Strigiformes
shorteared owl bataklık baykuşu
Athene noctua
gece kuşu

Tom bir gece kuşu ama sabahları çok mıymıntı. - Tom's a night owl, but he's very sluggish in the morning.

Tom bir gece kuşu ama sabahları çok uyuşuktur. - Tom's a night owl, but he's very sluggish in the morning.

owl light
alaca karanlık
owl eyed
baykuş gözlü
owl eyed
yarı kör
owl of minerva
(Mitoloji) minerva baykuşu
barn owl
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kukumav

Tipik bir baykuş ve kukumav arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between a typical owl and a barn owl?

brown fish owl
balıkbaykuşu
owlish
ciddi
barn owl
peçeli baykuş

Tipik bir baykuş ve peçeli baykuş arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between a typical owl and a barn owl?

Bir puhu baykuşu ve peçeli baykuş arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between an eagle-owl and a barn owl?

eagle owl
bir çeşit baykuş
great gray owl
büyük gri baykuş
hoot owl
baykuş
little owl
küçük baykuş
night owl
geceleri geç yatmayı adet edinen
night owl
gece kuşu

Eskiden bir gece kuşuydum fakat şimdi bir erken kalkanım. - I used to be a night owl, but now I'm an early riser.

Sabah saat ikiye kadar ayaktasın. Bir gece kuşu gibisin! - You stay up until two in the morning. You're such a night owl!

owlish
baykuş gibi
tawny owl
kara baykuş
tawny owl
alaca baykuş
an owl
bir baykuş
as wise as an owl
Bir baykuş kadar bilge
barred owl
çubuklu baykuş
eagle owl
puhu kuşu
elf owl
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Cin baykuşu
hoot owl
yuhalamak baykuş
night owl
(deyim) gece kuşu, gece geç saatlere kadar uyanık kalmayı alışkanlık edinen (a person who likes to be awake and active at night)
night owl
gece kuşu, geceleri geç yatmayı adet edinen kişi
snowy owl
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Kar baykuşu
spotted owl
benekli baykuş
a kind of owl
yapalak
barn owl
cüce baykuş
eagle owl
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) puhu baykuşu
eagle owl
(isim) puhu kuşu
eagle owl
puhu
horned owl
{i} orman baykuşu
horned owl
(isim) orman baykuşu
little owl
kukumav
night owl
gece kuşu, geceleri geç yatmayı âdet edinen kimse
night owl
baykuş

Tom tam bir gece baykuşudur ve O en iyi yazılarını sıklıkla gece yarısından sonra yazar. - Tom's a real night owl, and often does his best writing after midnight.

Peter bir gece baykuşu. - Peter is a night owl.

night owl
(deyim) gecelerin adamı
owlish
(sıfat) baykuş gibi
owlishly
baykuşa benzer şekilde
scops owl
{i} cüce baykuş
scops owl
(isim) cüce baykuş
screech owl
{i} cüce baykuş
screech owl
(isim) cüce baykuş
Englisch - Englisch
Initialism of Web Ontology Language
A person seen as having owl-like characteristics, especially appearing wise or serious, or being nocturnally active
Any of various birds of prey of the order Strigiformes that are primarily nocturnal and have forward-looking, binocular vision, limited eye movement, and good hearing
{n} a kind of bird that flies by night
A fictional character in A. A. Milnes book Winnie the Pooh and the Disney film of the same name
nocturnal bird of prey with hawk-like beak and claws and large head with front-facing eyes
a very wise owl
As of March 1998 OWL (the Official Tournament and Club Word List published by Merriam-Webster, Inc ) is the official word source for all sanctioned NSA Clubs and Tournaments
{i} predatory (chiefly nocturnal) bird that has a large broad head with large eyes that face forward and are surrounded by a ring of feathers; owl-like pigeon; person who resembles an owl in manner or appearance (i.e wise, active at night, etc.)
A variety of the domestic pigeon
A bird, not related to other raptors but to Nightjars that hunts birds and animals, usually at night
- Service that operates during the late night/early morning hours or all night service, usually between 10: 00 p m and 6: 00 a m
A knowledge engineering language for frame-based representation (implemented in LISP)
The Library's automated catalog, provides access to approximately 102,000 volumes owned by the OWH Library, over 250 periodical titles, and to the four other libraries on campus--The Addison Gallery of American Art, the Graves Music Library, the Brace Center for Gender Study and the Robert S Peabody Museum of Archeology
Any species of raptorial birds of the family Strigidæ
Hence, to carry on any contraband trade
To pry about; to prowl
Ontology Web Language
An owl is a bird with a flat face, large eyes, and a small sharp beak. Most owls obtain their food by hunting small animals at night. see also night owl. Any of the mostly nocturnal birds of prey in the order Strigiformes: typical owls (family Strigidae), barn and grass owls (Tytonidae), and bay owls (Phodilidae). Their virtually noiseless flight and protective (usually brown) coloration aid in capturing insects, birds, and small mammals. Owls have round, forward-looking eyes, a sharply hooked beak, and acute hearing and vision. They are 5-28 in. (13-70 cm) long. Some species have a disk framing the face or ear tufts that help locate prey by reflecting sound to the ears. Owls can turn their head 180° (some species can turn as much as 270°). They nest in buildings, trees, or on the ground. Typical owls occur worldwide except in Antarctica. See also horned owl, screech owl, snowy owl. barn owl great horned owl horned owl screech owl snowy owl
To carry wool or sheep out of England
OverWhelmingly Large
Ongoing weight loss
Any of the chiefly nocturnal birds of prey of the family Strigidæ Very well represented in the North Country by four resident species, the Barred (Strix varia), Boreal (Aegolius funereus), Great Grey (Strix nebulosa), and Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus); two summer migrants, the Long Eared Owl (Asio otus) and Northern Saw Whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus); and two winter visitors from yet farther north, the Snowy Owl (Nyctea scandiaca) of the tundra and the boreal Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula) The Boreal, Great Grey, Snowy, and Northern Hawk owls are all considered prized nothern specialties by American birders Kâkoko in the Ojibwe
el buho
They have large eyes and ears, and a conspicuous circle of feathers around each eye
They are mostly nocturnal in their habits
owl parrot
The kakapo
owl parrots
plural form of owl parrot
Owl and the Pussycat
a nonsense poem (=a humorous poem that uses strange words and describes impossible events) by Edward Lear which begins: The owl and the pussycat went to sea/In a beautiful pea-green boat./They took some honey and plenty of money,/Wrapped up in a five-pound note (1871)
owl train
slang for trains that run in the nighttime
owl's claws
A perennial plant (Helenium hoopesii) of western North America, having large, rayed, yellow flower heads clustered in loose corymbs
owl's clover
Any of various New World plants of the genus Orthocarpus, having spikes of variously colored tubular flowers enclosed in prominent, often pigmented bracts
Lapland owl
Alternative name of the great grey owl
barn owl
An owl of the genus Tyto, often having a white face and commonly found in barns and other farm buildings
barn-owl
Attributive form of barn owl, noun

My grandfather had a barn-owl look.

brown owl
the tawny owl, strix aluco
eagle owl
Any of various large owls of the genus Bubo, especially Bubo bubo, that have prominent ear tufts
eagle-owl
Attributive form of eagle owl, noun

It has an eagle-owl look.

great horned owl
A large owl, Bubo virginianus, resident in North America, having tufts on its ears
horned owl
An owl of the genus Bubo, among the largest types of owls
laughing owl
An owl (Sceloglaux albifacies) of New Zealand, now probably extinct, named for its cry
laughing-owl
Attributive form of laughing owl

a laughing-owl look about him.

little-owl
Attributive form of little owl, noun
long-eared owl
Asio otus, a species of owl which breeds in Europe, Asia, and North America. Long eared owls are partially migratory, moving south in winter from the northern parts of their range
monkey-faced owl
a barn owl, Tyto alba
night owl
One who stays up late at night or goes to bed late

He's a night owl. He would rather stay up until 6am than wake up at that time.

northern hawk owl
A medium sized owl native to boreal forests of North America and Eurasia; Surnia ulula
scops owl
a small European migratory owl, Otus scops, that winters in sub-Saharran Africa
screech owl
A North American owl belonging to the Megascops genus
screech owl
the barn owl, Tyto alba
screech-owl
A particular small North American owl
short-eared owl
A species of owl, Asio flammeus
snowy owl
a large, white, nomadic Arctic owl, Bubo scandiacus
tawny owl
A bird of prey of the species Strix aluco
tawny-owl
Attributive form of tawny owl, noun
white owl
the barn owl, tyto alba
An owl
houlet
An owl
oul
An owl
strich
An owl
hooter
barn owl
A predatory nocturnal bird (Tyto alba) having a white, heart-shaped face, buff-brown upper plumage, and pale underparts, often nesting in barns and other buildings. Also called monkey-faced owl. Any of several species of nocturnal birds of prey (genus Tyto), sometimes called monkey-faced owls because of their heart-shaped facial disk and absence of ear tufts. Barn owls are about 12-16 in. (30-40 cm) long, white to gray or yellowish to brownish orange. Their dark eyes are smaller than those of other owls. They hunt mainly small rodents, often on cultivated land, and nest in hollow trees, buildings, towers, and old hawk nests. The common barn owl is found worldwide except in Antarctica and Micronesia. Other species occur only in the Old World
barn owl
mottled buff and white owl often inhabiting barns and other structures; important in rodent control
barn owl
type of owl which commonly frequents barns and preys on mice
barred owl
A large American owl (Syrnium nebulosum); so called from the transverse bars of a dark brown color on the breast
barred owl
A large North American owl (Strix varia) having barred, brownish plumage across the breast, a streaked belly, and a strident, hooting cry
barred owl
large owl of eastern North America having its breast and abdomen streaked with brown
eagle owl
{i} extemely large owl with tufts on its heat that has a deep hoot
eagle owl
A large Eurasian owl (Bubo bubo) having brownish plumage and prominent ear tufts
great gray owl
large dish-faced owl of northern North America and western Eurasia
great horned owl
A large North American owl (Bubo virginianus) having prominent ear tufts and brownish plumage with a white throat. Horned owl species (Bubo virginianus) that ranges from Arctic tree limits south to the Strait of Magellan. A powerful, mottled-brown predator, it is often more than 2 ft (60 cm) long, with a wingspan often approaching 80 in. (200 cm). It usually eats small rodents and birds, but has been known to carry off larger prey. Adapted to desert and forest, the species migrates only when food is scarce
great horned owl
brown North American horned owl
hawk owl
gray-and-white diurnal hawk-like owl of northern parts of the northern hemisphere
hoot owl
any owl that hoots as distinct from screeching
horned owl
Any of various owls with characteristic ear tufts that resemble horns. Any owl of the genus Bubo (family Strigidae), with hornlike tufts of feathers, especially the great horned owl. Other horned owls, all birds of prey, are found in Europe, Asia, and northern Africa (the eagle owl, or Eurasian eagle owl) and in Africa, India, Myanmar (Burma), and the Indonesian archipelago. They typically prey on rodents
horned owl
{i} (Zoology) large owl with distinguished ear tufts
horned owl
large owls having prominent ear tufts
laughing owl
almost extinct owl of New Zealand
little owl
A small European owl (Athene noctua) having streaked brownish plumage
little owl
small European owl
long-eared owl
slender European owl of coniferous forests with long ear tufts
night owl
a person who likes to be active late at night
night owl
owl that comes out after dark; person who works at night; person who likes to stay up late
night owl
A night owl is someone who regularly stays up late at night, or who prefers to work at night. A person who habitually stays up and is active late into the night. someone who enjoys staying awake all night
old world scops owl
European scops owl
oriental scops owl
Asian scops owl
owlish
resembling an owl; solemn and wise in appearance
owlish
{s} having a face which resembles an owl; having a serious expression; serious
owlish
An owlish person looks rather like an owl, especially because they wear glasses, and seems to be very serious and clever. With his owlish face, it is easy to understand why he was called `The Professor'. looking like an owl and seeming serious and clever
owlish
Wise and solemn
owlish
Resembling, or characteristic of, an owl
owlish
Resembling or characteristic of an owl
owlishly
in a serious manner; like an owl
owlishly
in an owlish manner; "the gentle-looking barrister peered owlishly around him
owlishly
in an owlish manner; "the gentle-looking barrister peered owlishly around him"
owls
strigiformes
owls
plural of owl
scops owl
{i} small owl that has ear tufts
scops owl
any of several small owls having ear tufts and a whistling call
scops owl
asio
scops owl
Any one of numerous species of small owls of the genus Scops having ear tufts like those of the horned owls, especially the European scops owl (Scops giu), and the American screech owl (S
screech owl
small North American owl having hornlike tufts of feathers whose call sounds like a quavering whistle
screech owl
{i} small owl of North America; any owl that emits screeching shout
screech owl
small North American owl having hornlike tufts of feathers whose call sounds like a quavering whistle any owl that has a screeching cry
screech owl
any owl that has a screeching cry
screech owl
Any of various small owls of the genus Otus, especially O. asio, of North America, having ear tufts and a quavering whistlelike call. Any of numerous owls of the genus Otus (family Strigidae). Both New World species and Old World species (called scops owls) have a facial disk and ear tufts. In spite of their name, they do not in fact screech. Their colouring resembles tree bark, and they are 8-12 in. (20-30 cm) long. They eat mostly small mammals, birds, and insects. Notable species are the common screech owl (O. asio) of North America, the flammulated owl (O. flammeolus) of western North America, and the common scops owl (O. scops) of southern Europe, Asia, and Africa
sea owl
The lumpfish
snowy owl
A large diurnal owl (Nyctea scandiaca) of Arctic and subarctic regions, having snow-white plumage with dark markings. White or barred brown-and-white typical owl (Nyctea scandiaca, family Strigidae) of the Arctic tundra, sometimes found in Europe, Asia, and North America. Snowy owls are about 2 ft (60 cm) long and have broad wings and a round head without ear tufts. They are diurnal and eat small mammals, such as hares and lemmings, and birds. They nest on the ground in the open
spotted owl
A large North American owl (Strix occidentalis) of old-growth forests from southwest British Columbia to central Mexico, having dark brown plumage with a heavily spotted chest and barred belly
spotted owl
a large owl of North America found in forests from British Columbia to central Mexico; has dark brown plumage and a heavily spotted chest
tawny owl
A common owl (Strix aluco) of Eurasia and northern Africa, having tawny, wormlike markings
tawny owl
European owl with reddish brown plumage and round head with black eyes
tawny owl
reddish-brown European owl having a round head with black eyes
owl

    Türkische aussprache

    aul

    Aussprache

    /ˈoul/ /ˈaʊl/

    Etymologie

    [ 'au(&)l ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English owle, from Old English ūle, from Proto-Germanic *uwwalōn (cf. West Frisian ûle, Dutch uil, German Eule, Danish ugle), diminutive of *uwwōn (cf. German dialect Uhu), variant of *ūfaz ~ ūfōn 'owl' (cf. Old English ūf, Old High German ūvo), from Proto-Indo-European (cf. Latvian ũpis 'owl', Old Church Slavonic vypĭ 'id.').

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