listen to the pronunciation of ruby
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yakut

Bazı değerli taşlar akuamarin, ametist, zümrüt, kuvars ve yakuttur. - Rare gems include aquamarine, amethyst, emerald, quartz and ruby.

yakut rengi
kırmızı renk
yakuta benzer
{i} kırmızı şarap
{s} kırmızı, lal
{i} saat taşı
{i} kırmızı
ruby glass koyu kırmızı
saatlerde kullanılan ufak yakut parçası
{i} lâl
{s} yakut kırmızısı
ruby ring
yakut yüzük
ruby throated hummingbird
yakut boğazlı sinek
ruby last name
(Bilgisayar) soyadı söyleyiş biçimi
ruby text
(Bilgisayar) söyleniş metni
oriental ruby
spinel ruby
kırmızı spinel
true ruby
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von ruby im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

Yakut rengi
Mora dönük canlı kırmızı renk
Mor renge dönük, canlı kırmızı renk
Englisch - Englisch
A female given name

And those are her two daughters, Opal and Ruby. Her husband, Joshua, named them. He said they were to be the jewels of his old age. She would never have thought of names like that. There wasn't an ounce of sentiment in her body.

A dynamic, reflective, general-purpose object-oriented programming language developed in the 1990s
A curry, short for Ruby Murray

We're going down the Indian for a Ruby - wanna join us?.

A genus of South American hummingbird
Of a deep red colour (having any of numerous bright colours reminiscent of the colour of blood or cherries or tomatoes)
Type having a height of 5.5 points
A pronunciation guide written above or beside Chinese or Japanese characters
A deep red colour

ruby colour:.

A clear, deep, red variety of corundum, valued as a precious stone
{a} red
{n} a precious red stone, a blotch
given name, female
A programming language
It is a red crystallized variety of corundum
a deep and vivid red
The males have a ruby-colored throat or breast
See Agate, n
a transparent piece of ruby that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem a transparent deep red variety of corundum; used as a gemstone and in lasers
Hence, a red blain or carbuncle
Love; Open the heart Increases vigor, renews vitality and cleanses the blood The stone of courage It allows me to overcome fear Carrier of the red ray Heart Chakra Compassion, leadership, heals relationships with father PLANET: Sun, Mars
SoonObject-oriented scripting language, Japan, 1999
{s} ruby-colored, having a deep red color
having any of numerous bright or strong colors reminiscent of the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
the dark red color of the ruby
That which has the color of the ruby, as red wine
Any species of South American humming birds of the genus Clytolæma
The name of the object-oriented script language and its interpreter The name `ruby' is not an acronym It's named after the red precious stone, which is the birthsone of July Notice pearl(Perl) is the birthstone of June
A hard, dark, clear, red gem
Refers to red soda lime glass tubing such as EGL's Accuwall tubing
Ruby-colored; red; as, ruby lips
Rubies are precious stones and a member of the corundum family Rubies range in color from the classic deep red to pink to purple to brown Rubies are extremely hard; only diamonds are harder During the renaissance, people thought that rubies could counteract poison Laboratory-produced rubies were created in the 1890's; they are difficult to distinguish from natural rubies The biggest ruby in the word is the Raviratna, which weighs 3,600 carats Rubies have a hardness of 9 and a specific gravity of 3 9 - 4 1 Rubies are found in Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Myanmar (Burma), Malagasy Republic, Malawi, Pakistan, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Tanzania, Thailand, United States (Montana and North Carolina), and Zimbabwe (Rhodesia)
a transparent deep red variety of corundum; used as a gemstone and in lasers
Intense red colour of certain wines
The color of a ruby; carmine red; a red tint
In printing, a size of type
A precious stone of a carmine red color, sometimes verging to violet, or intermediate between carmine and hyacinth red
a transparent piece of ruby that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem
A precious gemstone, and a member of the corundum family, rubies are always, by definition, red, but be aware that many other red gemstones and imitations might be assumed to be a ruby Fine rubies of good color can be more valuable than diamonds, but the first synthetic ruby was created in the 1890's and became quite popular in jewelry Synthetic rubies must be distinguished from natural by sophisticated testing by trained gemologists
A ruby is a dark red jewel. a ruby and diamond ring. Gemstone composed of transparent red corundum. Its colour varies from deep to pale red, in some cases with a tinge of purple, depending on chromium and iron content; the most valued is a pigeon-blood red. When it is cut and polished, ruby is a brilliant (light-deflecting) stone, but it lacks fire (flashes of colour). Ruby is a mineral of very limited distribution. Its best-known source is in Myanmar, and rubies have also been found in Thailand, Sri Lanka, and elsewhere. Rubies have been produced synthetically with much success; those containing 2.5% chromic oxide have the prized pigeon-blood red colour
To make red; to redden
{i} red variety of corundum, variety of gemstone with a bright red coloring
Ruby Murray
A (meal of) curry
ruby slippers
valuable feature (of software etc) overlooked by the user
ruby laser
A laser that uses a ruby crystal to produce an intense narrow beam of coherent red light, used in light-transmission communication and for localized heating
ruby wedding anniversary
{i} 40th wedding anniversary
ruby wood
hard durable wood of red sandalwood trees (Pterocarpus santalinus); prized for cabinetwork
ruby-crowned kinglet
American kinglet with a notable song and in the male a red crown patch
A rose-coloured variety of ruby

In shape it is a tiny square box of silver, studded outside with eight small balas-rubies.

A ruby
Jack Ruby
the man who killed Lee Harvey Oswald two days after Oswald was charged with killing President John F. Kennedy. Some people believed that these actions were part of a conspiracy (=secret plan) to kill the President, and that Ruby shot Oswald to prevent him from giving any information about it (1911-67)
balas ruby
A variety of spinel ruby, of a pale rose red, or inclining to orange
plural of ruby
spinel ruby
a spinel used as a gemstone (usually dark red)
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von ruby im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

(Bilgisayar) ruby-first-name
(Bilgisayar) ruby-last-name
ruby, ruby red
(a) ruby