swinish

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English - Turkish
{s} domuz gibi
{s} kaba
{s} çok kaba; hayvani, hayvanca
{s} hayvan gibi
kabalık
swine
domuz

Onlar yasaklanmış domuzu kurban etti, ve onu yemeyi reddeden herkesi öldürdüler. - They sacrificed forbidden swine, and put to death all who refused to eat.

Onun babası domuz çobanı olarak çalıştı. - His father worked as a swineherd.

swine
(isim) domuz
swine
{i} (çoğ. swine)
swine
kereste
swine
hınzır
swine
moloz
swine
pis herif
swine
{i} k.dili. pis herif
swinishly
hayvanca
swinishness
hayvanlık
swinishness
kabalık
English - English
Like a pig, resembling a swine
{a} resembling swine, hoggish, brutal, gross
extremely unpleasant or difficult to deal with
Of or pertaining to swine; befitting swine; like swine; hoggish; gross; beasty; as, a swinish drunkard or sot
{s} piggish, resembling swine; beastly, brutish, coarse, uncouth
swine
plural form of sow
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A contemptible person (plural swines)
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(plural swine) Any of various omnivorous, even-toed ungulates of the family Suidae
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{n} a hod, pig, hoggish fellow, mean wretch
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pig
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A swine is a pig. imports of live swine from Canada
swine
A contemptible person
swine
The male is specifically called boar, the female, sow, and the young, pig
swine
Any of various omnivorous, even-toed ungulates of the family Suidae
swine
{i} pig, hog, any of a number of omnivorous animals that have a flat disk-like snout and cloven hooves and are raised or hunted for meat; mean and contemptible person
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plural of pig
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(Heb hazir), regarded as the most unclean and the most abhorred of all animals (Lev 11: 7; Isa 65: 4; 66: 3, 17; Luke 15: 15, 16) A herd of swine were drowned in the Sea of Galilee (Luke 8: 32, 33) Spoken of figuratively in Matt 7: 6 (see Prov 11: 22) It is frequently mentioned as a wild animal, and is evidently the wild boar (Arab khanzir), which is common among the marshes of the Jordan valley (Ps 80: 13)
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Fundie term for those who reject their preaching See Pearls and Matthew 7: 6 [BLB]
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Swine secrete a large amount of subcutaneous fat, which, when extracted, is known as lard
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disapproval If you call someone a swine, you dislike them or think that they are a bad person, usually because they have behaved unpleasantly towards you
swine
Another term for hog
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Any animal of the hog kind, especially one of the domestical species
swine
The form swines is used as the plural for meaning 1.; swine is used as both the singular and plural for meaning 2
swine
stout-bodied short-legged omnivorous animals
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