ben

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Turkish - English
i
beauty spot
myself

I made this clothing myself. - Bu giysiyi ben kendim yaptım.

I can't bring myself to trust his story. - Ben onun hikayesine inanamıyorum.

nevus
the "I" part of the psyche
dark fleck of color (in the skin of a ripening fruit)
freckle (on a person's skin)
spot, macula (in the eye)
(Anatomi) spiloma
mole; ego
mole; beauty spot
mole, beauty spot
(Diş Hekimliği) naevus
yours

My opinion is similar to yours. - Benim görüşüm seninkine benzer.

In that respect, my opinion differs from yours. - O bakımdan benim görüşüm sizinkinden farklıdır.

me
ego

Tom is young, rich, spoiled and egocentric. - Tom, genç, zengin, şımarık ve benmerkezcidir.

Thomas thinks he's the center of the world. He's very egocentric. - Thomas kendisini dünyanın merkezi zannediyor. O, çok ben merkezci.

mole

Benzene molecules are hexagonal in shape. - Benzen molekülleri altıgen şeklindedirler.

Tom has a mole under his left eye. - Tom'un sol gözünün altında bir beni var.

i'm
ive
ben de
me too

You live in Rome? Me too! - Sen Roma'da mı yaşıyorsun? Ben de!

Do you like to travel? Me too. - Seyahat etmeyi sever misin? Ben de.

ben de
me too; same here
ben teşekkür ederim
you are welcome
ben biliyorum
i know
ben bizzat kendim
me myself and i
ben buradayım
i am here
ben dahil
including me
ben de insanım
i am human
ben geldim
i'm home
ben gidiyorum
i'm going

I'm going and that's that. - Ben gidiyorum ve hepsi bu kadar.

ben iyiyim
i'm fine

Are you okay? Yeah, I'm fine. - İyi misin? Evet ben iyiyim.

You look very tired. No, mom, I'm fine. - Çok yorgun görünüyorsun. Hayır anne, ben iyiyim.

ben iyiyim
i am fine
ben kavramı
ego
ben kavramı
self
ben kimim
who am i

Who am I? I am a poet. What do I do? I write. How do I live? I just live. - Ben kimim? Ben bir şairim. Ne yapıyorum? Yazıyorum. Nasıl yaşıyorum? Güçbela yaşıyorum.

Who am I? That's really the most important question. - Ben kimim? Bu gerçekten en önemli soru.

ben kuşağı
me generation
ben mari
water bath
ben mari
(Gıda) bain marie
ben merkezcilik
egocentrism
ben nesli
(Ticaret) me generation
ben okula gittim
i went to school
ben türkiyedenim
i am from turkey
ben türkiyeliyim
i am from turkey
ben türküm
i am turk
ben yaptım
i did it
ben yokum
nothing doing
ben öğretmenim
i am a teacher
ben bekliyorum
i am waiting
ben bekliyorum
i'm waiting
ben de seni seviyorum canım
i love you too honey
ben de seni özledim
i missed you too
ben den
I den
ben evlenmek istiyorum
i want to get married
ben her gece kitap okurum
i read book every night
ben ingilizce anlayabilirim fakat konuşamam
i can understand English but can not speak
ben sana ne yaptım
what did i do to you
ben tek başındayım
i am alone
ben tek başındayım
i am all by myself
ben yapabiliyorum
i can do it
ben-van
I-van
ben ailemle birlikteyim
I'm with my family
ben amerika'dan geliyorum
I am from the USA
ben anlamaz
it's all chinese to me
ben aptalın tekiyim
(Bilgisayar) i'm a jerk
ben beklerken bu pantolonları ütüler misiniz
Can you press these pants while I wait
ben beklerken tamir edebilir misiniz
Can you repair this while I wait
ben bir şey yapmadım
no thanks to me
ben bu işte yokum
i am out of that!
ben bu yarışta yokum
i'm not in this race
ben bugün okula gidemedim
i couldn't go to school today
ben bundan anlamam
out of my field
ben bundan anlamam
this is out of my field
ben böyle sanıyorum
that's my way of thinking
ben böyleyim
i am built that way
ben de
Neither do I

My wife usually doesn't drink coffee at night, and neither do I. - Karım genellikle gece kahve içmez ve ben de içmem.

He doesn't speak French, neither do I. - O, Fransızca konuşmaz, ben de.

ben de
So do I

My father likes fishing, and so do I. - Babam balık tutmayı sever, ve ben de.

She likes jazz, and so do I. - O, jazdan hoşlanır, ve ben de.

ben de (olumsuz)
me neither
ben de (olumsuz)
not myself either
ben de senin kadar biliyorum
(deyim) your guess is as good as mine
ben düşmek
1. to get moles or dark brown freckles on (one's skin). 2. for a spot to appear in (one's eye). 3. (for a ripening fruit) to become flecked with dark spots of color
ben gitmeden önce
before i go
ben grupla birlikteyim
I'm with a group
ben hallederim
i will handle it
ben hallederim
i would handle it
ben hallederim
i would take care of it
ben hallederim
i will take care of it
ben işadamıyım
I'm a businessman
ben işkadınıyım
I'm a businesswoman
ben kayboldum
I'm lost
ben merkezci
egocentric

Thomas thinks he's the center of the world. He's very egocentric. - Thomas kendisini dünyanın merkezi zannediyor. O, çok ben merkezci.

ben merkezli kimse
swellhead
ben new york'a transit giden bir yolcuyum
I am a transit passenger to New York
ben on altı yaşındayım
i am sixteen years old
ben tek başınayım
I am alone
ben turistim
I'm a tourist
ben ve ailem için rezervasyon yapılmıştı
Reservations have been made for me and my family
ben yabancıyım
I'm a foreigner
ben yapmam
nothing doing
ben yağı
oil of ben
ben yemem
i don't buy it
ben ödeme yaptım
I have already paid
ben ısmarlıyorum
it's my treat
ben ısmarlıyorum
my shout
ben ısmarlıyorum
it is my treat
ben şeklinde olan
(Tıp) nevoid
ben-benzerlik
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) egomorphism
neden ben
why me
sen ve ben
you and me

It's just you and me. - Bu sadece sen ve ben.

Nobody talks to Tom except you and me. - Sen ve ben hariç hiç kimse Tom'la konuşmuyor.

öteki-ben
(Felsefe) alter-ego
ben de
same here
ben seni seviyorum
i love you
siyah ben
I'm black
Allah bana, ben de sana
(Konuşma Dili) I'll pay you my debt when l can get some money
alçacık/küçük dağları ben yarattım demek
to be very conceited
biletleri ben alırım
I'll get the tickets
bir ben, bir de Allah bilir
(Konuşma Dili) Only God knows what I've gone through
bu akşam yemeği ben ısmarlıyorum
I treat you to dinner this evening
bunu ben ısmarlamadım
I didn't order this
efendim nerede, ben nerede? My dear fellow/lady, you completely misunderstand me
(said jocularly)
herkes için ben ödüyorum
I am paying for everyone
küçük dağları ben yarattım demek
think oneself no small potatoes
küçük dağları ben yarattım demek
to suffer from a swollen head
küçük dağları ben yarattım demek
to be very conceited, be very full of oneself
nasıl ki just as ..., so ...: Nasıl ki ben acı çektim, sen de acı çekeceksin
Just as I suffered, so too will you
ne diye ...? Why ...?/For what purpose ...?: Ne diye ben gideyim? Why should I
be the one to go? Ne diye gideyim? What's the point in my going?/For what purpose am I to go?
sen giderken ben geliyordum
(Konuşma Dili) You can't fool me; I can foresee your every move
sen sağ, ben selamet
(Konuşma Dili) The job's over and done with
sen yap ben de yaparım
I double dare you!
sensiz ben bir hiçim
i'm nothing without you
İstanbul kazan, ben kepçe
(Konuşma Dili) I left no stone unturned in Istanbul
English - English
A diminutive of the male given name Benjamin or, less often, of Benedict
A Scottish or Irish mountain or high peak
The winged seed of the ben tree
Inner, interior
Ben-room: The inner room of a two-room hut or shack (as opposed to the but)
The oil of the ben seed
A tree, Moringa oleifera or horseradish tree of Arabia and India, which produces oil of ben
Son of (used with Hebrew and Arabic surnames)
a mountain or tall hill; "they were climbing the ben"
A hoglike mammal of New Guinea (Porcula papuensis)
EPA's computer model for analyzing a violator's economic gain from not complying with the law
Son of; frequently used in personal names, as Ben-Gurion
Bentonite
Within. Akiba ben Joseph Alfasi Isaac ben Jacob Alkalai Judah ben Solomon Hai Abba Mari ben Moses ben Joseph Israel ben Eliezer Ben Ali Zine el Abidine Ben Bella Ahmed Ben Nevis Ben Gurion David Big Ben Mohammed ben Brahim Boukharouba Eleazar ben Judah of Worms Eleazar ben Judah ben Kalonymos Elijah ben Solomon Elisha ben Abuyah Hecht Ben Heller Yom Tov Lipmann ben Nathan Ha Levi Hogan Ben Solomon ben Yehuda ibn Gabirol Ibn Tibbon Judah ben Saul Ishmael ben Elisha Israeli Isaac ben Solomon Jacob ben Asher Johanan ben Zakkai Joseph Ben Matthias Judah ben Samuel Karo Joseph ben Ephraim Luria Isaac ben Solomon Salomon ben Joshua Moses ben Maimon Manasseh ben Israel Meir ben Baruch Moses ben Menachem Moses ben Shem Tov Prusiner Stanley Ben Saadia ben Joseph
a mountain peak
(Hebrew for "son, son of"; Aramaic bar) Used frequently in "patronymics" (naming by identity of father); Rabbi Akiba ben Joseph means Akiba son of Joseph
Well Used with other words, e g ben marcato, well accented, emphasized
benedictive mood
{i} high point, summit, peak
{i} male first name (form of Benjamin)
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Within; in; in or into the interior; toward the inner apartment
Motor & Allied Trades Benevolent Fund
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The inner or principal room in a hut or house of two rooms; opposed to but, the outer apartment
An old form of the pl
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The seed of one or more species of moringa; as, oil of ben
Son of
a mountain or tall hill; "they were climbing the ben
diminutive of Benjamin or, less often, of Benedict or Bernard
The inner room of a two-room hut or shack (as opposed to the but)
Ben Nevis
The highest mountain in the United Kingdom, in the Highlands of Scotland
Ben Sira
Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Bible
Ben Wa ball
One of a pair of marble-sized metal or plastic balls, usually hollow and containing a small weight that rolls around, used for vaginal sexual stimulation
ben 10
Ben 10 is an American animated television series created by "Man of Action" (a group consisting of Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle), and produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The pilot episode aired on December 12, 2005, as part of a sneak peek of Cartoon Network's Saturday morning lineup. The second episode was shown as a special on Cartoon Network's Fridays on January 13, 2006, on which the first and second episodes were shown back-to-back. The theme song for the show is written by Andy Sturmer and sung by Moxy
Ben Affleck
(born 1972) American screenwriter and actor
Ben Crenshaw
{i} (born 1952) American golfer
Ben Gurion
David Ben Gurion (1886-1973), first prime minister of Israel (1948-53, 1955-63); international Israeli airport located in Lod
Ben Gurion Airport
Israeli international airport located in Lod
Ben Gurion University
one of Israel's major universities (located in Beer Sheva)
Ben Hecht
(1894-1964) American scriptwriter and journalist who wrote the script for "Gone With the Wind
Ben Hecht
born Feb. 28, 1894, New York, N.Y., U.S. died April 18, 1964, New York City U.S. journalist, novelist, playwright, and film writer. He worked for Chicago newspapers 1910-22; at the Daily News he perfected a type of human-interest sketch that was widely emulated. Later he divided his time between New York and Hollywood. With Charles MacArthur he wrote the plays The Front Page (1928), which influenced both the public's and the newspaper industry's ideas about the newspaper world; Twentieth Century (produced 1932); and Ladies and Gentlemen (produced 1939). His film scripts, often written with MacArthur, include Gunga Din (1938), Wuthering Heights (1939), Spellbound (1945), and Notorious (1946)
Ben Hogan
in full William Benjamin Hogan born Aug. 13, 1912, Dublin, Texas, U.S. died July 25, 1997, Fort Worth, Texas U.S. golfer. Hogan became a golf professional in 1929. He won the U.S. PGA championship (1946, 1948), the U.S. Open (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953), the Masters Tournament (1951, 1953), and the British Open (1953); several of his victories followed a 1949 car accident in which he was injured so severely that he was not expected to walk again. Hogan was known for his demanding practice regimen, his single-minded determination, and the extraordinary accuracy of his shotmaking
Ben Hur
a novel by Lewis Wallace, whose story takes place during the time of Jesus Christ. The story was made into a famous film in 1959
Ben Johnson
(born 1961) Canadian sprinter who set the 100m world record (9.83) at 1987 World Championships
Ben Jonson
an English writer of plays, poetry, and criticism. His most famous plays are Volpone, The Alchemist, and Bartholomew Fair (1572-1637). born June 11?, 1572, London, Eng. died Aug. 6, 1637, London British playwright, poet, and critic. After learning stagecraft as a strolling player, he wrote plays for Philip Henslowe's theatres. In 1598 his comedy Every Man in His Humour established his reputation. He wrote several masques for the court of James I and created the "antimasque" to precede the masque proper. His classic plays Volpone (1605-06), The Alchemist (1610), and Bartholomew Fair (1614) use satire to expose the follies and vices of his age, attacking greed, charlatanism, and religious hypocrisy as well as mocking the fools who fall victim to them. Regarded as the era's leading dramatist after William Shakespeare, Jonson influenced later playwrights, notably in the dramatic characterization of Restoration comedies (see Restoration literature). He was also a lyric poet whose works include two famous elegies for his son and daughter
Ben Jonson
{i} (1572-1637) English playwright and poet
Ben Nevis
a mountain in Scotland which is 1343 metres high and is the highest mountain in the UK. Highest mountain, British Isles. It is located in the Scottish Highlands; its summit, which reaches 4,406 ft (1,343 m), is a plateau of about 100 acres (40 hectares). Snow lies in some parts all year. It consists of a superstructure of volcanic rocks surmounting the ancient schists of the Highlands
Ben Nunn
{i} Joshua Ben Nunn who was the leader of the Israelites after the death of Moses (Biblical); family name
Ben Shahn
born Sept. 12, 1898, Kaunas, Russia died March 14, 1969, New York, N.Y., U.S. Lithuanian-born U.S. painter and graphic artist. His family immigrated to New York City in 1906. As a youth he worked as a lithographer's apprentice; he later attended New York University and the National Academy of Design. In 1931-33 he achieved fame with a series of gouache paintings inspired by the Sacco-Vanzetti case, combining realism and abstraction in the service of sharp sociopolitical comment. In 1933 he assisted Diego Rivera with his Rockefeller Center mural and worked for the Public Works of Art Project. In 1935-38 he depicted rural poverty while working as an artist and photographer for the Farm Security Administration. After World War II he concentrated on easel painting, poster design, and book illustration
Ben Webster
born March 27, 1909, Kansas City, Mo., U.S. died Sept. 20, 1973, Amsterdam, Neth. U.S. tenor saxophonist. Influenced by Coleman Hawkins and Johnny Hodges, he played in several important swing bands before joining that of Duke Ellington in 1940. After 1943 he worked mostly as the leader of small ensembles. He moved to Copenhagen, Den., in 1964. His sensual, breathy tone and wide vibrato were his trademarks, and he became one of the master interpreters of jazz ballads
Ben Yehuda
Eliezer Ben Yehuda (1858-1922), father of modern Hebrew
Ben Zvi
{i} family name; Yitzhak Ben-Zvi (1884-1963), second president of Israel (1952-1963)
Ben-Shemen forest
{i} forest between Ramallah and Jerusalem (Israel)
ben gurion
Israeli statesman (born in Poland) and active Zionist who organized resistance against the British after World War II; prime minister of Israel (1886-1973)
ben nut
The seed of one or more species of moringa; as, oil of ben
ben sira
an Apocryphal book mainly of maxims (resembling Proverbs in that respect)
Big Ben
The Clock Tower itself
Big Ben
The hour bell in the Clock Tower, adjacent to the Houses of Parliament in London in the United Kingdom
fidlam ben
thief
Ahmed Ben Bella
born Dec. 25, 1918?, Maghnia, Alg. First elected president of Algeria. After a French education, he entered the French army and was decorated during World War II (1939-45). After the war he took up arms to fight French rule. In 1954 he helped found the National Liberation Front (FLN) and became its political leader. He was imprisoned (1956-62) while the FLN fought for Algerian independence. He took control of the FLN's Political Bureau after his release and was elected president in 1963. He was deposed in a coup in 1965 and imprisoned until 1980. Thereafter he spent 10 years in exile, returning to Algeria in 1990. See also Mohamed Boudiaf; Houari Boumedienne
Akiba ben Joseph
He believed that Scripture contained many implied meanings in addition to its overt meaning, and he regarded written law (Torah) and oral law (Halakhah) as ultimately one. He collected and systematized the oral traditions concerning the conduct of Jewish social and religious life, thus laying the foundation of the Mishna. He may have been involved in Bar Kokhba's unsuccessful rebellion against Rome; he gave the rebel leader his title and recognized him as the messiah. He was imprisoned by the Romans and martyred for his public teaching. See also Ishmael ben Elisha
Akiba ben Joseph
born AD 40 died 135, Caesarea, Palestine Jewish sage, one of the founders of rabbinic Judaism. He is said to have been an illiterate shepherd who began to study after age
Big Ben
the large bell in the tower of the Houses of Parliament in London, which rings regularly to tell the time. Clock designed by Sir Edmund Beckett (1816-1905), housed in the tower at the eastern end of Britain's Houses of Parliament. Big Ben is famous for its accuracy and its 13-ton bell. The name (for Sir Benjamin Hall, commissioner of works at the time of its installation in 1859) originally applied only to the bell, but eventually came to include the clock itself
Big Ben
famous clock that is located over the British House of Parliament in London
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer
(born 1936) Israeli politician, member of the One Israel Party, Minister of Defense in Israel's 15th parliamentary cabinet
Dan Ben-Amotz
{i} (1924-1989) Israeli author
David Ben-Gurion
an Israeli politician who is considered responsible for establishing the independent Jewish nation of Israel. He was also Israel's first Prime Minister (1886-1973). orig. David Gruen born Oct. 16, 1886, Posk, Pol., Russian Empire died Dec. 1, 1973, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel First prime minister of Israel (1948-53, 1955-63). Introduced to Zionism by his father, Ben-Gurion immigrated to Palestine, then part of the Ottoman Empire, in 1906, hoping to fulfill the Zionist aspiration of building a Jewish state in historic Israel. Expelled by the Ottomans at the outbreak of World War I (1914-18), he traveled to New York, where he married. Following the issuance of the Balfour Declaration, he joined the British army's Jewish Legion and returned to the Middle East. In the 1920s and '30s he led several political organizations, including the Jewish Agency, world Zionism's highest directing body. As Britain became more sympathetic to the interests of the Palestinian Arabs, thereafter restricting Jewish immigration to Palestine, he called on the Jewish community to rise against Britain. However, he again called for Jews to support the Allies during World War II (1939-45), while continuing the clandestine immigration of Jews to Palestine. On the establishment of the State of Israel (1948), he became prime minister and minister of defense. He succeeded in fusing the underground Jewish militias that had fought the British into a national army, which he used successfully to defend against Arab attacks. Unpopular with Britain and the U.S., he found an ally in France then embroiled in its own war in the Arab world which helped arm Israel in the period leading to the Suez Crisis (1956). He retired from the premiership in 1963 and from the Knesset (parliament) in 1970. See also Arab-Israeli wars
David Ben-Gurion
{i} (1886-1973) Israeli statesman, first prime minister of the modern state of Israel
Eleazar ben Judah of Worms
orig. Eleazar ben Judah ben Kalonymos born 1160, Mainz, Franconia died 1238, Worms German Jewish mystic and Talmudic scholar. His wife and daughters were killed by Crusaders in 1196, but he nevertheless continued to teach a doctrine of love of humanity. After studying with Judah ben Samuel, to whom he was related, he became a rabbi at Worms (1201). Eleazar attempted to unify the mysticism of the Kabbala with the Talmud. His greatest work was his ethical code, Rokeah (1505). He believed that God himself was unknowable but that the kavod, a ruling angel that was an emanation from God, was knowable. His writings are a major source of information on medieval Hasidism
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda
(1858-1922) father of modern Hebrew who was responsible for the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language
Elijah ben Solomon
born April 23, 1720, Sielec, Lith., Russian Empire died Oct. 9, 1797, Vilna Lithuanian scholar and Jewish leader. Born into a long line of scholars, he traveled in Poland and Germany before settling in Vilna, the cultural centre of eastern European Jewry. He refused rabbinic office and lived as a recluse while devoting himself to study and prayer, but he nevertheless became famous and revered in the Jewish community. His scholarly interests included biblical exegesis, Talmudic studies, folk medicine, grammar, and philosophy. A vehement opponent of Hasidism, he denounced its claims to miracles, visions, and spiritual ecstasy, calling instead for the intellectual love of God
Elijah ben Solomon
{i} Gaon of Vilna (1720-1797), one of the prominent Jewish spiritual leaders and scholar during the 18th century, one of the opposers to Hasidism
Elisha ben Abuyah
flourished AD 100 Jewish scholar and apostate. Born before the destruction of the Second Temple of Jerusalem (AD 70), he became a respected rabbi but then won notoriety for breaking Jewish laws and abandoning Judaism. He was well versed in Greek thought, and the motives for his apostasy may have been devotion to philosophy, membership in a Gnostic sect, or conversion to Christianity. He was denounced in the Talmud and was known as Aer ("the Other") because his apostasy made his name repugnant
Isaac ben Jacob Alfasi
born 1013, near Fès, Mor. died 1103, Lucena, Spain Moroccan Jewish scholar. He spent most of his life in Fès, but in 1088 he was denounced to the government and was obliged to flee to Spain. He became head of the Jewish community in Lucena and established a noted Talmudic academy, provoking a rebirth of Talmudic study in Spain. His codification of the Talmud, Sefer ha-Halakhot ("Book of Laws"), deals with Halakhah (Hebrew law) and ranks with the works of Maimonides and Karo. It was crucial in establishing the primacy of the Babylonian Talmud over the Palestinian Talmud
Isaac ben Solomon Israeli
or Isaac the Elder born 832/855, Egypt died 932/955, Al-Qayrawn, Tun. Egyptian Jewish physician and philosopher. He began his medical career as an oculist in Cairo and later became court physician to al-Mahd, founder of the Ftimid dynasty in northern Africa. He wrote several medical treatises in Arabic that were later translated into Latin and circulated in Europe. Schooled in Classical learning, he wrote philosophical works, including his Book of Definitions, which discusses Aristotle's four types of inquiry and then provides definitions of wisdom, intellect, soul, nature, love, and time. His interpretation of eschatological matters in light of Neoplatonic mysticism was very influential for later Jewish philosophers
Isaac ben Solomon Luria
born 1534, Jerusalem died Aug. 5, 1572, Safed, Syria Jewish mystic and founder of a school of Kabbala. He was brought up in Egypt, where he pursued rabbinic studies. He dedicated himself to the study of the Kabbala with messianic fervour, and in 1570 he journeyed to a centre of the movement in Galilee. He died two years later in an epidemic, having written little. The Lurianic Kabbala, a collection of Luria's doctrines recorded after his death by a pupil, had great influence on later Jewish mysticism and on Hasidism. It propounds a theory of the creation and later degeneration of the world and calls for restoration of the original harmony through ritual meditation and secret combinations of words
Ishmael ben Elisha
flourished 2nd century AD Jewish scholar. Born into a wealthy priestly family, he was taken captive by the Roman legions that sacked Jerusalem in AD 70, but he was ransomed by his former teacher and was sent back to Palestine to study. Ishmael founded a rabbinic school and wrote commentaries on the Torah, developing 13 rules of exegesis based on the 7 rules of Hillel. Known for his simple, literal approach to biblical scholarship, he sought to relieve hardship for observant Jews in the interpretation of the Law. He is often portrayed in dispute with Akiba ben Joseph for what he saw as the latter's excessive interpretations of superficial biblical words or phrases
Itzhak Ben-Zvi
second president of the State of Israel
Jacob ben Asher
born 1269?, Cologne? died 1340?, Toledo, Castile Jewish legal scholar. He emigrated to Spain with his family in 1303, and his father became chief rabbi in Toledo. Jacob is believed to have made his living as a moneylender. He divided Jewish law into categories by subject, producing a codification known as Tur, which became a popular Jewish theological work of the 15th century. The basis for many rabbinic decisions, it was considered standard until superseded by the work of Joseph ben Ephraim Karo in the 16th century
Johanan ben Zakkai
flourished 1st century AD Palestinian Jewish sage. A leading representative of the Pharisees, he helped preserve and develop Judaism in the years after the destruction of the Second Temple of Jerusalem (AD 70). He is said to have been smuggled out of the besieged city in a coffin and to have visited the Roman camp and persuaded the future emperor Vespasian to allow him to set up an academy at Jamnia near the Judaean coast. He established an authoritative rabbinic body there and was revered as a great teacher and scholar
Joseph ben Ephraim Caro
{i} (1488-1575) 16th century Jewish religious rabbinical authority and compiler of the Shulhan Aruch (Jewish code of laws)
Joseph ben Ephraim Karo
born 1488, Spain died March 24, 1575, Safed, Palestine Spanish-born Jewish scholar. When the Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492, he and his parents settled in Turkey. Around 1536 he emigrated to Safed in Palestine, where he studied the Talmud and systematized the vast body of material produced by post-Talmudic writers. He was the author of the last great codification of Jewish law, the House of Joseph, which was later condensed as The Well-Laid Table and is still authoritative for Orthodox Judaism
Joshua Ben Nunn
{i} (Biblical) leader of the Israelites after the death of Moses
Judah ben Samuel
died 1217 Jewish mystic and scholar. He was a member of the Kalonymos family, which provided medieval Germany with many Jewish mystics and spiritual leaders. Around 1195 he settled in Regensburg, where he founded a yeshiva and gathered disciples such as Eleazar ben Judah of Worms. He was the founder of 12th-century German Hasidism, an ultrapious movement not directly related to 18th-century Hasidism. Book of the Pious, a compilation of the writings of Judah, his father, and Eleazar of Worms, offers a detailed manual of conduct for observant Jews; it is one of the most important documents of medieval Judaism
Judah ben Saul Ibn Tibbon
born 1120, Granada, Spain died 1190, Marseille Jewish physician and translator. Persecutions of the Jews forced him to flee Spain, and he settled in southern France in 1150 to practice medicine. His translations of philosophical works by Arabic-speaking Jews helped disseminate Arabic and Greek culture in medieval Europe. His son and grandson were also noted scholars and translators
Judah ben Solomon Hai Alkalai
born 1798, Sarajevo, Bosnia, Ottoman Empire died 1878, Jerusalem Sephardic rabbi. Raised in Jerusalem, he became rabbi at Semlin, Croatia. He argued that a physical return to Israel (Palestine), rather than a symbolic return through repentance and practice, was necessary for the salvation of the Jewish people, a view that put him at odds with Jewish orthodoxy. He saw the anti-Semitic Damascus Affair of 1840 as part of a divine plan to reawaken Jews to the reality of their condition in exile. Unsuccessful in gaining support for Jewish immigration to Palestine, he himself settled in the Holy Land in 1871. His writings helped pave the way for Zionism
Manasseh ben Israel
orig. Manoel Dias Soeiro born 1604, Lisbon? died Nov. 20, 1657, Middelburg, United Provinces of the Netherlands Portuguese-born Dutch Hebrew scholar and Jewish leader. He was born to a family of Marranos whom persecution drove to Amsterdam. A brilliant theology student, he became rabbi of a Portuguese congregation in Amsterdam in 1622 and established the first Hebrew printing press there in 1626. In the belief that the messiah would come only when the Jews were dispersed throughout the world, he lobbied the English government to allow Jews to live in England, and he wrote Vindication of the Jews (1656). His efforts led to unofficial English acceptance of Jewish settlement and, after his death, to the granting of an official charter of protection to the Jews of England in 1664
Mathitiahu Cohen Ben Johanan
Jewish priest in Judea and father of the Maccabee dynasty
Miriam Ben-Porat
Israeli Supreme Court judge, Acting President of the Supreme Court, State Comptroller
Saadia ben Joseph
Arabic Sad ibn Ysuf al-Fayym born 882, Dilaz, in al-Fayym, Egypt died September 942, Sura, Babylonia Egyptian-Babylonian Jewish philosopher and polemicist. He left Egypt 905 and eventually settled in Babylonia, where he headed the rabbinic Academy of Sura. He wrote a Hebrew-Arabic dictionary and translated much of the Old Testament into Arabic. In 935 he produced his greatest work, The Book of Beliefs and Opinions, the objective of which was the harmonization of revelation and reason. The introduction refutes skepticism and establishes the foundations of human knowledge. The first chapter seeks to establish creation ex nihilo (out of nothing) in order to ascertain the existence of a Creator-God. Saadia then discusses God's uniqueness, justice, revelation, free will, and other doctrines accepted both by Judaism and by the Mutazil sect of Islam (see Mutazilah). The second part of the book deals with the essence of the soul and eschatological problems and presents guidelines for ethical living
Stanley Ben Prusiner
born May 28, 1942, Des Moines, Iowa, U.S. U.S. neurologist. He earned his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and subsequently taught at UC-San Francisco (1974-84) and UC-Berkeley (from 1984). As a medical resident, he was intrigued by spongiform encephalopathies when a patient died of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease; he later studied the related sheep disorder scrapie and in 1982 reported isolation of its causative agent, which he called a prion. Initially criticized, his prion theory was eventually generally accepted, and his research received world attention when mad cow disease emerged in Britain. The theory may also shed light on disorders such as Alzheimer disease and parkinsonism, which share traits with prion-based diseases. His work won him a 1997 Nobel Prize
Yitzchak ben Yehuda Abravanel
{i} Isaac Abrabanel (1437-1508), Jewish statesman and Bible commentator and philosopher who was also a financier
Yitzhak Ben-Aharon
one of the leaders of the Labor movement, former secretary general for the Histadrut
Yitzhak Ben-Zvi
{i} (1884-1963) second president of Israel (1952-1963)
Yom Tov Lipmann ben Nathan Ha-Levi Heller
born 1579, Wallerstein, Bavaria died Sept. 7, 1654, Kraków, Pol. Bohemian Jewish religious scholar. After serving as rabbi in Moravia and Vienna, he became chief rabbi in Prague in 1627. He was forced to collect a heavy tax imposed on Jews by Ferdinand II during the Thirty Years' War, damaging his reputation in the Jewish community. Later, as rabbi in Volhynia, he earned the enmity of wealthy Jews for denouncing simony. From 1643 he was chief rabbi in Kraków. He is best known for his commentary on the Mishna, The Additions of Yom Tov (1614-17)
Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali
born Sept. 3, 1938, near Sousse, Tun. President of Tunisia (from 1987). Trained as a soldier, he headed the defense ministry's military intelligence section for 10 years (1964-74) before entering the foreign service. He served as ambassador to Poland before returning home to hold several domestic government posts, which culminated in a dual appointment as prime minister and interior minister. In 1987 he replaced President Habib Bourguiba, who had been declared medically unfit. He was returned to office in elections in 1989, 1994, and 1999
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clock in the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament, London
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Olta veya tuzağa konulan yem
Bir kimsenin kişiliğini oluşturan temel öge, ego
Kuşun yavrusuna taşıdığı yem
Saçta, sakalda beliren beyazlık
Çoğu doğuştan, tende bulunan ufak, koyu renkli leke veya kabartı: "Dedim tane tane olmuş benlerin / Dedi zülfüm değdi tel yarasıdır."- Âşık Ömer
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Bak: Ene) t. Psk: Şuurlu kişiliğimiz. Başlangıçta çocuğun benliği şuurlu değildir. Kendisini başkasından ayıramaz. Fakat canlı olarak ihtiyaç ve istekleri vardır. Benin bu şuursuz haline "alt ben" denir. Kendisi ile başkası arasındaki farkı anlamaya, münasebetler kurmaya, düşünmeğe başlayınca şuurlu kişiliği, beni ortaya çıkar. Ben, kendi menfaatına gördüğü, haz duyduğu herşeyi ister. İsteklerine kendisi için tehlikeli, acı verici gördüğü yerde, yani yine kendisi için sınır koyar. Başkalarını hesaba katma
En çok üzümde görülen olgunlaşma belirtisi
Tekil birinci kişiyi gösteren zamir: "Bütün sevgileri atıp içimden / Varlığımı yalnız ona verdim ben."- A. K. Tecer
Kişiyi öbür varlıklardan ayıran bilinç
Tekil birinci kişiyi gösteren zamir
Tembel hayvan da denilen ve hep ağaçların üstünde asılı olarak yaşayan memeli hayvan
Çoğu doğuştan, tende bulunan ufak, koyu renkli leke veya kabartı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) ENE
ego
ben arus
Tunus'un illeri
Ben geldim
bilmek
Ben kimim
(Osmanlı Dönemi) MEN ENE
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(Askeri) temel ansiklopedi numarası (base encyclopedia number - temel ansiklopedi numarası BE number basic encyclopedia number)
(isim) iç oda (İsk.)
{i} iç oda (İsk.)
iskoç iç oda
içinde

O utanç içinde başını eğdi. - She bent her head in shame.

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Moringa aptera
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ben fındık
ahmed ben bella
Ahmed Bin Bella
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Londra'da parlemento binasındaki, meşhur saat kulesi
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