listen to the pronunciation of syzygy
Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) sizigi
Üç gök cisminin belli bir doğrultuda sıralanması (Örneğin: Güneş, Dünya, Ay)
ay veya bir gezegen yörüngesinin güneşe en yakın veya en uzak olan noktas
{i} karşı konum [ast.]
{i} kavuşma konumu [ast.]
(Tıp) İki organ veya oluşumun, şekil ve yapılarını kaybetmeksizin birbiriyle birleşmesi
kavuşma konumu
karşı konum
Englisch - Englisch
The pairing of chromosomes in meiosis
The fusion of some or all of the organs
A relation between generators of a module
An archetypal pairing of contrasexual opposites, symbolizing the communication of the conscious and unconscious minds
The association of two protozoa end-to-end or laterally for the purpose of asexual exchange of genetic material
A kind of unity, namely an alignment of three celestial bodies (for example, the Sun, Earth, and Moon) such that one body is directly between the other two, such as occurs at an eclipse
{n} the conjunction or opposition of a planet
The coupling together of different feet; as, in Greek verse, an iambic syzygy
The two points in the moon's orbit when the moon is in conjunction or opposition to the sun relative to the earth; time of new moon or full moon in the cycle of phases
The immovable union of two joints of a crinoidal arm
Any one of the segments of an arm of a crinoid composed of two joints so closely united that the line of union is obliterated on the outer, though visible on the inner, side
The points in the moon's orbit about the earth at which the moon is new or full
The point of an orbit, as of the moon or a planet, at which it is in conjunction or opposition; commonly used in the plural
using different types of feet (e g , iambic and trochaic) in the same verse
Refers to alignment of earth, moon, and sun that occurs during full or new lunar phase During syzygy, spring tides will occur in semidiurnal tidal systems
usually the anima/animus pair, but also reflects how male is always paired with female The parental pair, which arises only when the ego develops enough, stands behind it and is molded by it, like a base carries the lightbulb The syzygy has three components: a man's femininity and woman's masculinity; the experience man has of woman and vice versa; and the masculine and feminine archetypal image
the straight line configuration of 3 celestial bodies (as the sun and earth and moon) in a gravitational system
The intimately united and apparently fused condition of certain low organisms during conjugation
{i} condition in which three astral bodies are in alignment (Astronomy)
"the nearly straight-line configuration of three celestial bodies (as the sun, moon, and earth during a solar or lunar eclipse) in a gravitational system "





    [ 'si-z&-jE ] (noun.) circa 1847. From Late Latin syzygia (“conjunction”), from Ancient Greek σύζυγος (syzygos, “yoked together”). This word was recognized as English in 1847 (astronomically).

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