thorns

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English - Turkish
dikenler

Dikenleri olmayan bir gül yoktur. - There is no rose without thorns.

En güzel çiçeklerin en keskin dikenleri vardır. - The most beautiful flowers have the sharpest thorns.

thorn
diken

Zaman gülleri soldurur, fakat dikenleri kırar. - Time withers the roses, but wears down the thorns.

Her gülün dikeni vardır. - Every rose has its thorn.

thorn
çok dikenli (çalı)
thorn
dikenli bitki
thorn
{i} (hakiki) akasya
thorn
dalama
thorn
tatula
thorn
belalı
thorn
{i} çok dikenli çalı/ağaç
thorn
{i} alıç
thorn
(isim) diken
without thorns
dikensiz
crown of thorns
dikenli taç
full of spines; armed with thorns; thorny
spines dolu; dikenle silahlı; dikenli
rose between two thorns
ikisi arasında dikenler gül
be on thorns
diken üstünde olmak
be on thorns
tedirgin olmak
sit on thorns
diken üstünde oturmak
sit on thorns
tedirgin olmak
English - English
plural of thorn
thorns in someone's side
plural form of thorn in someone's side
Thorn
A topographic surname for someone living near a thorn bush
thorn
To pierce with, or as if with, a [[#Noun|thorn]]
thorn
A sharp protective spine of a plant
thorn
A letter of the Latin alphabet (capital: Þ, small: þ), borrowed by Old English from the futhark to represent a dental fricative, then not distinguished from eth, but in modern use (in Icelandic and other languages, but no longer in English) used only for the voiceless dental fricative found in English thigh
thorn
{n} a small and prickly tree, a difficult point
crown of thorns
a mock crown made of thorn branches that Roman soldiers placed on Jesus before the Crucifixion somewhat climbing bushy spurge of Madagascar having long woody spiny stems with few leaves and flowers with scarlet bracts
crown of thorns
wreath made of thistles; great suffering
crown-of-thorns starfish
Reddish and heavy-spined starfish (Acanthaster planci) that has 12-19 arms and is often 18 in. (45 cm) across. It feeds on the polyps of coral. Beginning 1963, its population on Australia's Great Barrier Reef exploded. Destruction of coral reefs and islands was feared, and intensive efforts were made to kill it off. Since then other outbreaks have been recorded throughout the southern Pacific. The cause of the outbreaks is unknown, but several factors have been proposed, such as the decimation of the starfish's chief predator, the Pacific triton (a marine snail), by shell collectors. Other factors, including the runoff of nutrient-rich soil into reef waters as a result of shorefront development, have also been implicated. Population fluctuations could also be a feature of the starfish's natural ecology, and human influence may alter these cycles
sit on thorns
sit on pins and needles, sit and wait impatiently
thorn
Fig
thorn
a sharp spine
thorn
Any shrub or small tree which bears thorns; especially, any species of the genus Cratægus, as the hawthorn, whitethorn, cockspur thorn
thorn
Thorns are the sharp points on some plants and trees, for example on a rose bush
thorn
a sharp-pointed tip on a stem or leaf
thorn
If you describe someone or something as a thorn in your side or a thorn in your flesh, you mean that they are a continuous problem to you or annoy you. The Party was a thorn in the flesh of his coalition
thorn
It was used to represent both of the sounds of English th, as in thin, then
thorn
A sharply pointed structure formed from a modified branch
thorn
A hard and sharp-pointed projection from a woody stem; usually, a branch so transformed; a spine
thorn
To prick, as with a thorn
thorn
a Germanic character of runic origin
thorn
(1 ) Heb hedek (Prov 15: 19), rendered "brier" in Micah 7: 4 Some thorny plant, of the Solanum family, suitable for hedges This is probably the so-called "apple of Sodom," which grows very abundantly in the Jordan valley "It is a shrubby plant, from 3 to 5 feet high, with very branching stems, thickly clad with spines, like those of the English brier, with leaves very large and woolly on the under side, and thorny on the midriff "
thorn
A thorn or a thorn bush or a thorn tree is a bush or tree which has a lot of thorns on it. the shade of a thorn bush
thorn
The name of the Anglo-Saxon letter &?;, capital form &?
thorn
{i} sharp nub, prickle, spine
thorn
So called because it was the initial letter of thorn, a spine
thorn
Þ : Runic character that was adopted into English Spelling by King Alfred It is still used in Icelandic script
thorn
something that causes irritation and annoyance; "he's a thorn in my flesh"
thorn
That which pricks or annoys as a thorn; anything troublesome; trouble; care
thorn
A sharp woody outgrowth of a stem
thorn
A collection of subroutines with a definite interface and purpose
thorns

    Turkish pronunciation

    thôrnz

    Pronunciation

    /ˈᴛʜôrnz/ /ˈθɔːrnz/

    Etymology

    [ 'thorn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German dorn thorn, Sanskrit trna grass, blade of grass.

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