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English - Turkish
{i} temsili kukla
hoşa gitmeyen bir kimsenin kötü tasviri
{i} heykel
{i} büst

Türkiye'de her okulda Atatürk büstü zorunludur. - In Turkey, every school has to have an Atatürk effigy.

{i} resim
burn veya hang in effigy bir kimsenin büstünü veya resmini yakmak veya asmak
burn/hang s.o. in effigy
protesto olarak sevilmeyen birinin kuklasını yakmak/aşmak
English - English
a likeness of a person
a dummy or other crude representation of a person, group or object that is hated
{n} an image, representation, likeness
a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture); "the coin bears an effigy of Lincoln"; "the emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone"
A slightly raised (bas-relief) design, usually on the obverse of a coin, depicting a portrait or likeness of a person such as the monarch or head of the issuing country
A large boulder with several smaller rocks arranged on it Often these rock arrangements seem to form a symbol or animal shape These are interpretative as to what they might be representing, but there is no doubt that they exist, and by the hundreds They appear to be rock-arrangement petroglyphs
a dummy or other crude representation meant to represent a person or group that is hated
An effigy is a quickly and roughly made figure, often ugly or amusing, that represents someone you hate or feel contempt for
{i} representation of a person, sculpted likeness (as on a monument)
a representation of an image, especially among Native Americans a basket or carving in the shape of an animal
An object bearing the likeness of an animal or human
The image, likeness, or representation of a person, whether a full figure, or a part; an imitative figure; commonly applied to sculptured likenesses, as those on monuments, or to those of the heads of princes on coins and medals, sometimes applied to portraits
a representation of a person or head of a person, often a sculptured figure
[n] A representation or image of a person or animal, as in a three-dimensional carving, molding, or sculpture
An effigy is a statue or carving of a famous person
Effigy Mounds National Monument
National preserve, northeastern Iowa, U.S. Located on the Mississippi River, it covers 1,475 acres (597 hectares). Established in 1949, the monument has 183 known mounds, some of which are in the shape of birds and bears. The mounds were built over the course of the Woodland period (1000 BC-AD 1200), with the effigy mounds probably constructed between AD 400 and 1200. Some of the mounds have yielded copper, bone, and stone tools of Indian origin. One of the bear mounds is 137 ft (42 m) long and 3.5 ft (1 m) high
effigy mound
Earthen mound in the form of a bird or animal (e.g, bear, deer, turtle, buffalo), found in the northern central U.S., especially the Ohio River valley. Little is known of the effigy mounds except that most were burial sites. The culture that produced them dates from AD 300 to the mid-17th century. See also Hopewell culture
in effigy
symbolizing, usually as an effigy
burn in effigy
burn in the form of an effigy
plural of effigy