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English - Turkish
(Askeri) tor
iskandinavyalıların yıldırım ve savaş tanrıs
(Askeri) TOR: Nükleer harp başlığı ile teçhiz edilmiş roket motorlu, orta menzilli, tek kademeli ve sıvı yakıtlı balistik füze. Bu füze, ayrıca ataletli güdüm sistemi ile teçhiz edilmiş ve her birinde üç füze rampası bulunan dağınık atış grupları halinde tertiplenmiştir. Tor füzeleri Amerikan kuvvetlerinde kullanılmamaktadır. PGM-17 olarak tanınır

Oraya nasıl gideceğimi söyleyebilir misin? - Could you tell me how to get there?

Oraya gitmeye çok hevesli. - He is very eager to go there.


Orada herhangi bir şey görebiliyor musun? - Can you see anything in there?

Onlar orada garip bir hayvan gördü. - They saw a strange animal there.


Şurada gazete okuyan adam benim dayım. - The man reading a paper over there is my uncle.

Parkta kuşlar burada şurada ötüyorlar. - Birds are singing here and there in the park.

thor's scaldfish
(Denizbilim) dil balığı
There is still time
o yer

O yerde birçok insan kalıntısı vardı. - There were a lot of human remains in that place.

ünlem orada

İnternette Tatar dilinde çok az site vardır. - There are few sites in the Tatar language on the Internet.

Teoride, teori ve pratik arasında hiçbir fark yoktur. Fakat pratikte, var. - In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is.

İşte ...: There

Yağmur nedeniyle onların gezisi ertelendi. - Their trip has been cancelled due to rain.

Onların erkek çocuğunun adı John. - Their son's name is John.

o konuda

O konuda hiçbir şüphe yok. - There's no doubt about it.

Üzgünüm ama o konuda yapabileceğim hiçbir şey yok. - I'm sorry, but there's nothing I can do about it.

ünlem İşte Alsana Gördün mü? Bu kelime be fiilinden önce gelince varlık belirtir ve özne fiilden sonra gelir

İşten sonra bir parti var. - There's a party after work.

Her işte bir hayır vardır! - There is a silver lining to every dark cloud!


Oradaki erkek çocuk Tom'un erkek kardeşi olmalı. - That boy over there will be Tom's brother.

O, oradaki kuleyi işaret etti. - He pointed to the tower over there.


Oralarda bir yerde bir zımba göremiyor musun? - Can't you see a stapler somewhere around there?

Oralarda bir yerde bir çay molası verelim. - Let's have a tea break somewhere around there.

{ü} gördün mü

Oh, buyur bakalım. Gördün mü? Tam olacağını söylediğim gibi oldu. Şimdi git ambulans çağır. - Oh, there you go. See? It happened exactly like I said it would. Now go call the ambulance.

Bunu bana yanıtla. Onu orada gördün mü? - Answer me this. Did you see her there?


Orayı seveceğini düşünüyorum. - I think you'd like it there.

Unzen dağı öylesine güzel bir yer ki birçok insan orayı ziyaret eder. - Mt. Unzen is such a nice place that many people visit there.

English - English
The god of thunder, protection and justice in the modern pagan faith of Heathenry
The god of thunder in Norse mythology
A male given name occasionally borrowed from Scandinavia

There is no rose without a thorn. - There is no rose without thorns.

There is no rose without a thorn. - Every rose has its thorn.

they're (they are)
occasionally borrowed from Scandinavia
The Norse god of thunder. in Norse mythology, the god of thunder and the strongest of the gods. The word 'Thursday' is based on his name. Deity, common to all the early Germanic peoples, who appeared as a great, red-bearded warrior of tremendous strength. The son of Odin (according to some legends) and Jord, the earth goddess, he was the implacable foe of the harmful race of giants but was benevolent toward humans. His name is the Germanic word for thunder. His great weapon was his hammer, Mjollnir. His greatest enemy was the world serpent Jörmungand, which he was destined to kill, and be killed by, in the Ragnarök. Thursday is named for Thor
Thor, a son of Odin, was the greatest of the Norse gods None were more feared or hated by the giants (the enemies of the gods) Thor's already impressive physical abilities were augmented by magical items including his war hammer, named Mjolnir (or Miolnir), and his iron gloves Mjolnir was given to Thor by dwarves who were trying to impress the gods with their ability to create magical items As feared and hated as he was by the giants, Thor often traveled into Jotunheim - the giants' homeland - to meet with and attend feasts held by them Many of the stories of the Norse gods told of Thor's adventures into Jotunheim Thor was killed by Jormungand - a serpent which was so long that it wrapped all of the way around the world Thursday was named after Thor
In Norse myth, THOR was the son of ODIN He is identified with his thunderous "hammer" which could strike a target from a distance and return like lighting See ASGARD
theyre (they are)
God of thunder Huge, red-bearded, red-eyed, powerful His weapon is the magic hammer Mjollnir, which is augmented by a magic belt which doubles Thor's strength, and iron gloves with which Thor grips Mjollnir In some ways Odin's rival, Thor is the god of law and order, the champion of the people Unlike Odin, Thor will keep faith Oaths were sworn in Thor's name, which no sane man would ever do with Odin When Christianity came to Iceland, the other gods surrendered meekly, but Thor fought to the bitter end The Hammer is Thor's sacred sign and is the most common image in Nordic art The worship of Thor survived well into the Christian age; little silver hammers were often made in the smith's shop along with crosses and crucifixes
(Norse mythology) god of thunder and rain and farming; pictured as wielding a hammer emblematic of the thunderbolt; identified with Teutonic Donar
Codename for an upcoming servers and workstation chipset from AMD
The Purdue University Libraries´ web site (http: //www lib purdue edu) containing links to information about books, periodicals, journal articles, audiovisual materials, and other items in the Purdue Libraries collections, as well as other libraries' collections, index databases, and world wide web sites
The god of thunder, and son of Odin
God of thunder and lightning, one of the best loved gods by man Thursday is named after him (Thor's Day)
Thor's beard
A name for the plant houseleek used in Heathenry
Thor's beard
The plant houseleek
Thor's hammer
A swastika
Thor's hammer
The weapon of the Norse thundergod Thor
Thor's hammer
A ritual tool used for warding in rituals in Heathenry
Thor's hammer
A hammer shaped amulet showing dedication to the god Thor in Heathenry
Thor's hammer
The thunderbolt weapon of the god Thor in Heathenry
Thor's hammer
A symbol of the modern faith of Heathenry
Thor Heyerdahl
born Oct. 6, 1914, Larvik, Nor. died April 18, 2002, Colla Michari, Italy Norwegian ethnologist and adventurer. After a trip to Polynesia convinced him that Polynesian culture bore traces of South American cultures, he built a raft, the Kon-Tiki, and sailed it from South America to Polynesia in 1947 to demonstrate the possibility of such contact, a trip recounted in his best-selling Kon-Tiki (1950). In 1969 he sailed a reconstruction of an ancient Egyptian reed boat (the Ra) from Morocco to the Caribbean to show that the Egyptians could have had contact with the early peoples of Central and South America. In 1977 he took the reed craft Tigris from the Tigris River in Iraq across the Arabian Sea to Pakistan and back to the Red Sea to demonstrate the possibility of two-way trading journeys that could have spread ancient Sumerian culture eastward. Although he inspired many with his daring expeditions, his theories have not been generally accepted by anthropologists and his methods have been questioned
Thor rocket
Missile initially developed by the U.S. Air Force as an intermediate-range ballistic missile. It became operational in 1958 and was later modified to serve as the first stage of launch vehicles for several spacecraft. The Thor missile force was withdrawn in 1963. For space launching, three small auxiliary motors were strapped to a Thor rocket, and this resulted in a thrust nearly twice as powerful as the original



    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˈᴛʜôr/ /ˈθɔːr/


    [ 'thor ] (noun.) Representing Old Norse Þórr (Swedish Tor); cognate with Old English þunor.

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