laical

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English - Turkish
laik
laiklikle ilgili
laic
{s} laik
lay
{i} (yumurta) yumurtlamak
lay
yatırmak
lay
sürmek

Leyla iyi bir yaşam sürmek istiyordu. - Layla wanted to live a good life.

lay
arg.düzmek
lay
yumurtlamak
lay
dizmek
lay
(hukuk/tıp/vb.belli bir öğrenim dalında) profesyonel olmayan
lay
döşemek
laic
dinle alâkası olmayan
lay
{i} durum

Leyla'nın zihinsel durumu kontrolden çıktı. - Layla's mental state went out of control.

Leyla tehlikeli bir durumdaydı. - Layla was in a dangerous situation.

laic
laic veya laical layik
laic
(sıfat) laik
laic
layik adam
laic
dünya görüşlerini dinden ayrı tutan kimse
laic
cismani
lay
şiir/yatış
lay
{i} sevişme
lay
lay days yükleme ve boşaltma süresi
lay
{i} türkü
lay
{f} sermek
lay
{f} koymak

Şüpheli tüm eşyalarını masaya koymak zorunda kaldı. - The suspect had to lay all his things on the table.

Şüpheli tüm kişisel eşyalarını masaya koymak zorunda kaldı. - The suspect had to lay all his personal effects on the table.

lay
{f} sunmak

Sami, Leyla'ya kalacak bir yer sunmak istedi. - Sami wanted to offer Layla a place to stay.

lay
{f} dinmek
lay
{i} yatma

Sırtüstü yatmanı ve dinlenmeni istiyorum. - I want you to lay back and relax.

lay
{i} konum
lay
uzman olmayan/halka ait
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of laical in Turkish Turkish dictionary

LAİC
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (E) (C.: Levaic) Kalbini aşk ateşi saran kimse
English - English
Of or pertaining to a layman or laity
{a} belonging to the laity or layman
Of or pertaining to a layman or the laity
{s} secular, not of the church; pertaining to the laity
{a} lay
laic
Lay, relating to laypersons, as opposed to clerical

And in conclusion it reflects to the disrepute of our ministers ... they should still be frequented with such an unprincipled, unedified and laic rabble, as that the whiff of every new pamphlet should stagger them out of their catechism and Christian walking.

laic
{s} secular, not of the church; pertaining to the laity
laic
{a} belonging to the laity or layman
laic
concerning those not members of the clergy; "set his collar in laic rather than clerical position"; "the lay ministry"; "the choir sings both sacred and secular music"
laic
{i} layperson, person who is not a clergyman
laic
A layman
laic
Of or pertaining to a layman or the laity
laic
A layperson, as opposed to a member of the clergy
laical

    Hyphenation

    la·i·cal

    Synonyms

    lay

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'lA-&-k&l ] (adjective.) circa 1587. Late Latin laicus, from Late Greek laïkos, from Greek, of the people, from laos people.

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