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İngilizce - Türkçe
(isim) Mısır

Mısır piramitleri dünyanın yedi harikasından biridir. - The pyramids of Egypt are one of the seven wonders of the world.

O tür tapınak bütün Orta Doğuyu, özellikle Mısır'ı etkiledi. - That type of temple influenced all of the Middle East, mainly Egypt.


Kediler, Mısırlılar tarafından evcilleştirilmiştir. - Cats were domesticated by the Egyptians.

Anthony'ye Mısırlılar tarafından saygı gösterilirdi. - Anthony was respected by the Egyptians.

egypt daylight time
mısır yaz saati
egypt standard time
mısır standart saati
(Bilgisayar) mısır: eg
ancient egypt
Antik Mısır
ruler of ancient egypt
Antik Mısır hükümdarı
king of egypt ramses ii
mısır kralı 2. ramses
İngilizce - İngilizce
A civilization based around the river Nile, on its lower reaches nearer the Mediterranean
A country in North Africa. Official name: Arab Republic of Egypt
{i} Arab Republic of Egypt, country in northern Africa
a country in northeast Africa, next to the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Population: 69,537,000 (2001). Capital: Cairo. officially Arab Republic of Egypt formerly United Arab Republic Country, Middle East
a republic in northeastern Africa known as the United Arab Republic until 1971; site of an ancient civilization that flourished from 2600 to 30 BC
Arab Republic of Egypt
The official name of the country of Egypt
Bumfuck, Egypt
The middle of nowhere

One screwup and he could be splitting rocks on a chain gang somewhere in Bumfuck, Egypt.

Da Nile isn't just a river in Egypt
(Slang) phrase used to point out that a person is in denial
Flight into Egypt
a story in the Bible in which Joseph, Mary, and the baby Jesus run away to Egypt to escape from King Herod, who has ordered all male babies to be killed
Lower Egypt
The part of ancient Egypt comprising the Nile River delta. It was united with Upper Egypt c. 3100
Saint Anthony of Egypt
born 251, Koma, near al-Miny, Heptanomis, Egypt died Jan. 17?, 356, Dayr Mr Antonios hermitage, near the Red Sea; feast day January 17 Egyptian hermit considered the founder of organized Christian monasticism. He began his practice of asceticism at age 20 and lived in solitude on Mount Pispir from 286 to 305. He emerged from his retreat to organize the monastic life of the hermits who had settled nearby. When the Edict of Milan (313) ended the persecution of Christians, Anthony moved to the desert between the Nile and the Red Sea. His monastic rule was compiled from writings and discourses attributed to him in Athanasius's Life of St. Anthony and the Apophthegmata patrum and was still observed in the 20th century by Coptic and Armenian monks. The hellish temptations he endured as a hermit became a popular subject for artists
Ten Plagues of Egypt
plagues that were sent down upon Egypt by Moses (in the Bible)
Upper Egypt
A region of ancient Egypt in the valley of the Nile River south of the delta area, which was known as Lower Egypt. The two regions were united c. 3100
lower egypt
one of the two main administrative districts of Egypt; consists of the Nile delta
Multiangle Imaging Spectroradiometer (EOS)
Acronym: Multiple Input Shift Register ( pronounced "miser") Also known as Multiple Input Signature Register MISRs are simply LFSRs configured as signature analyzers MISRs are often used on the back end of BIST engines to capture and compress output sequences from a circuit under test
-Multi-Angle Imagery Spectral Radiometer
Multiple input LFSR (PER*)
peace treaty with Egypt
agreement signed in 1979 which promises normal and friendly relations between Israel and Egypt
upper egypt
one of the two main administrative districts of Egypt; extends south from Cairo to Sudan