glen

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English - Turkish
dere
küçük vadi
dar vadi
vadi

O vadi sakin bir günde güzeldi. - That glen was beautiful on a calm day.

(i.) dağlar arasındaki dar dere yatağı, dere, vadi

glen = glyn.

dağlar arasındaki dar dere yatağı
assistant, glen, hollow
Glen, içi boş asistanı
oid
sonek benzer
oid
şeklinde
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(Diş Hekimliği) ' Benzeri' anlamında sonek
English - English
A male given name transferred from the surname, fairly common in the 1950s and the 1960s
A Scottish habitational surname for someone who lives in a valley
A secluded and narrow valley; a dale; a depression between hills
{n} a valley, vale, space between two hills
an English and Scottish male given name, derived from the surname
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A secluded, narrow valley
A glen is a deep, narrow valley, especially in the mountains of Scotland or Ireland. A small, secluded valley. a deep narrow valley in Scotland or Ireland (glenn)
Scottish name for a valley Famous glens include Glen Coe, Glen Nevis, Glenmorangie etc Less famous glens include Glen Affric, Glen Etive and Glenisla
{i} mountain valley, small isolated valley
a narrow secluded valley (in the mountains)
is the anglicised form of the Gaelic word gleann, a valley Most of the glens are named after the rivers or streams which drain them
a narrow secluded valley (of Celtic origin)
Glen Tetley
born Feb. 3, 1926, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. American dancer, choreographer, and ballet director. He trained in modern dance with Hanya Holm and Martha Graham. Between 1946 and 1962 he danced in Broadway musical productions as well as with dance companies such as the American Ballet Theatre. He became a choreographer in 1962, forming his own company and creating Pierrot Lunaire. Subsequently he staged works with most of the major dance companies throughout the world. Tetley's work helped to bring about a synthesis of modern dance and classical ballet. His creative staging and daring, often sexual, subject matter were sometimes controversial, but he was praised for the passion and strong physicality of his work
Silicon Glen
the area of high-tech businesses in central Scotland
A glen
glyn
A glen
glynne
James Glen Trevor Hilton
born Sept. 9, 1900, Leigh, Lancashire, Eng. died Dec. 20, 1954, Long Beach, Calif., U.S. British novelist. Educated at Cambridge University, he later wrote numerous novels but is principally remembered for three best-selling works that led to popular films: Lost Horizon (1933; film, 1937), Good-Bye Mr. Chips (1934; film, 1939), and Random Harvest (1941; film, 1942). He eventually moved to California to work as a screenwriter
Silicon Glen
a humorous name for an area of central Scotland where there are many companies producing computer products. Its name is based on Silicon Valley, because "glen" is a Scottish word for a valley
glens
plural of glen
glen
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