knight

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İngilizce - Türkçe
şovalye

At tökezleyip şovalyeyi düşürmüş olmalı. - The horse must have stumbled and have toppled the knight.

Kraliçe Anne 1705'te Newton'u şovalye ilan etti. O, işi için şovalyö ilan edilen ilk bilim adamıydı. - Queen Anne knighted Newton in 1705. He was the first scientist to be knighted for his work.

satranç oyununda at
şövalyelik

General Franks fahri şövalyelik aldı. - General Franks received an honorary knighthood.

Tom'a şövalyelik verildi. - Tom was awarded a knighthood.

at satranç
silahşor
(Satranç) at
şovalye ilan etmek
asilzade
(kimese) şövalye ünvanı vermek
(satranç) at
şövalye ünvanını kazanan kimse
şövalye

Cesur şövalye, güzel prensesi kötü ejderhadan kurtardı. - The brave knight saved the beautiful princess from the evil dragon.

Chris, vampir şövalyeyi yendi! - Chris defeated the vampire knight!

sir unvanını kazanan kimse
kendini bir şeye adayan kimse
sir unvanını törenle vermek
{i} at (satranç)
{f} şövalye nişanı vermek
asılzade
{i} silâhşör
knight errant kahramanlık ve cömertlik göstermek için dolaşan
şövalye,v.şovalye ilan et: n.şovalye
birine şövalyelik payesi vermek
{i} satranç at
(fiil) şövalye nişanı vermek
{i} kendini adayan kimse
knight errant
seyyar silahşör
knight errantry
seyyar silahşörlük
knight errant
seyyar silahşor
knight errant
Don Kişot
knight errantry
seyyar silâhşorluk
knight of honor
onur şövalyesi
knight service
knight hizmet
knight-errant
şövalye ruhlu kişi
knight-service
şövalye hizmet
knight bachelor
bir ingiliz soylu nişanı
knight errant
gezgin şövalye
knight errant
şövalye ruhlu kişi
knight errantry
{s} don kişotluk
knight errantry
{s} gezgin şövalyelik
knight of the road
(deyim) yolların fatihi
knighted
şovalyelik nişanı verilmiş
knightly
şövalyeye yakışır
knightly
kahramanca
jedi knight
Jedi Şövalyesi
teutonic knight
Cermen knight
white knight
beyaz şövalye
knightly
şövalyece
knightly
şövalye gibi
knightly
(sıfat) şövalye gibi
sea knight
(Askeri) SEA KNIGHT: Çift motorlu, personel ve yük naklinde kullanılan orta ulaştırma helikopteri CH-46 olarak adlandırılır
the knight of the rueful countenance
acınacak haldeki şövalye
the knight of the rueful countenance
don kişot
İngilizce - İngilizce
An English status surname for someone who was a mounted soldier
Nowadays, a person on whom a knighthood has been conferred by a monarch
A warrior, especially of the Middle Ages

King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

To promote (a pawn) to a knight
To confer knighthood upon

The king knighted the young squire.

A chess piece, often in the shape of a horse's head, that is moved two squares in one direction and one at right angles to that direction in a single move, leaping over any intervening pieces
n. one of the wandering knights who in the middle ages went forth in search of adventure
{v} to create a knight
{n} a title of honor
Chevalier The retainer of a feudal lord who owed military service for his fief, usually the service of one fully equipped, mounted warrior They were the medieval equivalent of modern day battle tanks Traditionally, knights aspired to the ideals of prowess, loyalty, generosity and courtesy
A minor piece (with the approximate value of 3 pawns) which moves in an "L" shaped manner The Knights can move either one square vertical and two squares horizontally OR two squares vertically and one square horizontally The knight is the only piece on the chess board that can jump over pieces, whether friendly or hostile Each player begins with two knights A knight is most effective in a closed position where it can effectively "leap" over pieces
In feudal times, a man-at-arms serving on horseback and admitted to a certain military rank with special ceremonies, including an oath to protect the distressed, maintain the right, and live a stainless life
A piece used in the game of chess, usually bearing a horse's head
In chess, a knight is a piece which is shaped like a horse's head
A chess piece often in the shape of a horses head that is moved two squares in one direction and one at right angles to that direction in a single move, leaping over any intervening pieces
a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa) originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit raise (someone) to knighthood; "The Beatles were knighted
A young servant or follower; a military attendant
{i} medieval warrior; man who holds an honorary nonhereditary rank; chess piece shaped like a horse's head
If someone is knighted, they are given a knighthood. He was knighted in the Queen's birthday honours list in June 1988
Large timber mounted upright on deck and pierced with two or more sheaves
{f} make a man a knight, give a man an honorary nonhereditary rank (in Britain and other countries)
A Companion of the Order of the Chivalry who has chosen to swear fealty to the Crown
originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit
To dub or create (one) a knight; done in England by the sovereign only, who taps the kneeling candidate with a sword, saying: Rise, Sir-
A knight is a man who has been knighted
A species of chessman The only one that can jump over other pieces
a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
One on whom knighthood, a dignity next below that of baronet, is conferred by the sovereign, entitling him to be addressed as Sir; as, Sir John
A champion; a partisan; a lover
A member of the Chivalry who chose to swear fealty to the Crown Both men and women have become Knights Address a man as "Sir (Firstname)" or "Sir Knight " At this writing the feminine usage is not firmly set; when you first meet, address a woman as "Sir (Firstname)" or "My Lady Knight" -- she will advise you if she prefers a different form of address
If you refer to someone as a knight in shining armour, you mean that they are kind and brave, and likely to rescue you from a difficult situation. Love songs trick us into believing in knights in shining armor. to give someone the rank of knight. French chevalier German Ritter In the European Middle Ages, a formally professed cavalryman, generally a vassal holding land as a fief from the lord he served (see feudalism). At about 7 a boy bound for knighthood became a page, then at 12 a damoiseau ("lordling"), varlet, or valet, and subsequently a shieldbearer or esquire. When judged ready, he was dubbed knight by his lord in a solemn ceremony. The Christian ideal of knightly behavior (see chivalry) required devotion to the church, loyalty to military and feudal superiors, and preservation of personal honor. By the 16th century knighthood had become honorific rather than feudal or military. Knight Templar Baer Karl Ernst knight von Ritter knight von Gluck Knight Frank Hyneman Lamarck Jean Baptiste de Monet knight de Lopez Knight Nancy Meinong Alexius Ritter knight von Handschuchsheim Schönerer Georg knight von Julius Wagner knight von Jauregg Knights of Labor Knights of Malta Teutonic Knights Chevalier Maurice
The only piece that can jump over pieces in a chess game
An individual awareded a non-hereditary title (Sir) by a sovereign in recognition of merit or service An individual, usually noble, raised especially by a sovereign to honourable military military rank after service as a page and squire (O E D )
member of the Chivalry who swears fealty to the Crown
\'nít\n 1: A mounted warrior of feudal times serving a king 2: a man honored by a sovereign for merit and in Great Britain ranking below a baronet 3: a man devoted to the service of a lady 4: a member of an order or society 5: a chess piece having a move of two squares to a square of the opposite color -- knight-ly adj - knight vb: to make a knight of
A playing card bearing the figure of a knight; the knave or jack
In medieval times, a knight was a man of noble birth, who served his king or lord in battle
raise (someone) to knighthood; "The Beatles were knighted"
1 (noun) A man with the title "Sir" (e g Sir Paul McCartney) 2 (verb) To make someone a knight This is done in Britain as a reward for outstanding service
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Knt
Knight Bachelor
A man who has been knighted by the monarch but not as a member of one of the organized Orders of Chivalry; the lowest rank of knight in the British honours system
Knight Batchelor
Alternative spelling of Knight Bachelor
Knight Templar
A member of a York rite masonic order
Knight Templar
A knightly member of the crusader age military order of Templars
knight in shining armor
A person who will rescue a dangerous situation; a hero

We must work this out on our own and not wait for a knight in shining armor, who may never come.

knight in shining armour
Alternative spelling of knight in shining armor
knight's tour
A sequence of positions on a chess board, which sequence includes each square precisely once, and where successive positions are a knight's move away from one another
knight's tour
A similar sequence on a board of any size or shape
knight's tours
plural form of knight's tour
knight-errant
A knight who wandered in search of adventure and opportunities to prove his chivalry
knight-errant
A person who displays an adventurous or a quixotic spirit
Knight of Columbus
A member of a benevolent and fraternal society of Roman Catholic men founded in 1882
Knight of Pythias
A member of a secret, philanthropic fraternal order founded in 1864
knight bachelor
A knight of the most ancient, but lowest, order of English knights, and not a member of any order of chivalry
knight bachelor
a knight of the lowest order; could display only a pennon
knight bachelor
See Bachelor, 4
knight bachelor
An English knight of the lowest rank; a bachelor
knight banneret
The dignity was sometimes conferred by the sovereign in person on the field of battle
knight banneret
A knight who carried a banner, who possessed fiefs to a greater amount than the knight bachelor, and who was obliged to serve in war with a greater number of attendants
knight banneret
a knight honored for valor; entitled to display a square banner and to hold higher command
knight errant
a knight in the past who travelled looking for adventure
knight errant
{i} medieval knight moving from place to place in search of courageous and chivalrous adventures; person inclined to daring and quixotic conduct
knight errantry
quixotic (romantic and impractical) behavior (Middle Ages) the code of conduct observed by a knight errant who is wandering in search of deeds of chivalry
knight errantry
{s} quixotic, like Don Quixote (chivalrous, romantic, impractical, idealistic)
knight in shining armor
man of her dreams, "prince on the white horse
knight marshal
An officer in the household of the British sovereign, who has cognizance of transgressions within the royal household and verge, and of contracts made there, a member of the household being one of the parties
knight of the road
robber, thief; cavalier of the roadways
knight of the round table
in the Arthurian legend, a knight of King Arthur's court
knight service
Service such as a knight can or should render; hence, good or valuable service
knight service
A tenure of lands held by knights on condition of performing military service
knight service
The military service by rendering which a knight held his lands; also, the tenure of lands held on condition of performing military service
knight service
See Chivalry, n
knight templar
1 and 3
knight templar
See Commandery, n
knight templar
3, and also Templar, n
knight templar
a knight of a religious military order established in 1118 to protect pilgrims and the Holy Sepulcher
knight templar
a man who belongs to a Masonic order in the United States
knight templar
a knight of a religious military order established in 1118 to protect pilgrims and the Holy Sepulcher a man who belongs to a Masonic order in the United States
knight templar
{i} member of a medieval Christian military order; person who is a member of the Masonic order in the United States
knight von Jauregg Julius Wagner
orig. Julius Wagner, knight von Jauregg born March 7, 1857, Wels, Austria died Sept. 27, 1940, Vienna Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist. Knowing that malaria could be controlled with quinine and having observed that patients with some nervous disorders improved after infections with fever, he induced malaria to treat syphilis patients who had central nervous system disorders. For thus controlling an incurable fatal disease, he was awarded a 1927 Nobel Prize. Though antibiotics replaced this treatment for syphilis, it led to the development of fever therapy
knight's service
land tenure by service to the lord as a knight
knight-errant
a wandering knight travelling in search of adventure
Jedi Knight
A fictional, powerful rank of Jedi below that of Jedi Master
knightliness
knightly behaviour; chivalry
knightly
In the manner of a knight; chivalrously

That is full knyghtly spokyn,’ seyde Sir Trystram .

white knight
An individual or corporation that intends to acquire another company in order to avert a hostile takeover
knightly
{a} becoming or fit for a knight, noble
post-knight
A person who will testify to anything for the right price
A knight
horse
Alexius Ritter knight von Handschuchsheim Meinong
born July 17, 1853, Lemberg, Galicia, Austrian Empire died Nov. 27, 1920, Graz, Austria Austrian philosopher and psychologist. He taught at the University of Graz from 1889 until his death. Like his teacher Franz Brentano, Meinong considered intentionality, or object-directedness, to be the basic feature of mental states. He maintained that objects of thought have a kind of character or nature (Sosein; sometimes rendered "subsistence") that is distinct from being, or existence (Sein), which they may lack; thus the golden mountain or the round square "subsist" as objects of thought, though they do not exist in the world of sense experience. Meinong's view briefly influenced Bertrand Russell. His major writings include On Possibility and Probability (1915) and On Emotional Presentation (1917)
Frank H Knight
born Nov. 7, 1885, White Oak township, McLean county, Ill., U.S. died April 15, 1972, Chicago, Ill. U.S. economist. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1916. He taught at the University of Chicago from 1927 to 1952; Milton Friedman was one of the many students he influenced. His book Risk, Uncertainty and Profit (1921) distinguished between insurable and uninsurable risks and asserted that profit was the reward entrepreneurs earned for bearing uninsurable risk. His monograph "Economic Organization" is a classic exposition of microeconomic theory. He is considered the founder of the Chicago school of economics
Frank Hyneman Knight
born Nov. 7, 1885, White Oak township, McLean county, Ill., U.S. died April 15, 1972, Chicago, Ill. U.S. economist. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1916. He taught at the University of Chicago from 1927 to 1952; Milton Friedman was one of the many students he influenced. His book Risk, Uncertainty and Profit (1921) distinguished between insurable and uninsurable risks and asserted that profit was the reward entrepreneurs earned for bearing uninsurable risk. His monograph "Economic Organization" is a classic exposition of microeconomic theory. He is considered the founder of the Chicago school of economics
Georg knight von Schönerer
born July 17, 1842, Vienna, Austria died Aug. 14, 1921, Rosenau bei Zwettl Austrian political extremist. In 1873 he was elected to the federal parliament as a left-wing liberal. He became an ardent German nationalist and outspoken anti-Semite and in 1885 founded the Pan-German Party. Reelected to the parliament in 1897, he opposed the pro-Czech language ordinances and was credited with driving the prime minister from office. He helped 21 Pan-German candidates win election to the parliament in 1901. His violent temperament so disrupted the party that by 1907 it had virtually disappeared from Austrian politics, but his ideological influence continued undiminished
Jean-Baptiste de Monet knight de Lamarck
born Aug. 1, 1744, Bazentin-le-Petit, Picardy, France died Dec. 18, 1829, Paris French biologist. He is credited with the first use of the word biology (1802). He was one of the originators of the modern concept of the museum collection, an array of objects whose arrangement constitutes a classification under institutional sponsorship, maintained and kept up-to-date by knowledgeable specialists. He seems to have been the first to relate fossils to the living organisms to which they corresponded most closely. His notion that acquired traits could be inherited (called Lamarckism) was discredited after the 1930s by most geneticists except in the Soviet Union, where it dominated Russian genetics until the 1960s (see Trofim Lysenko). See also Charles Darwin; Darwinism
Karl Ernst knight von Baer
born Feb. 29, 1792, Piep, Est., Russian Empire died Nov. 28, 1876, Dorpat, Est. Prussian-born Estonian embryologist. Studying chick development with Christian Pander (1794-1865), Baer expanded Pander's concept of germ layer formation to all vertebrates, thereby laying the foundation for comparative embryology. He emphasized that embryos of one species could resemble embryos (but not adults) of another and that the younger the embryo, the greater the resemblance, a concept in line with his belief that development proceeds from simple to complex, from like to different. He also discovered the mammalian ovum. His On the Development of Animals (2 vol., 1828-37) surveyed all existing knowledge on vertebrate development and established embryology as a distinct subject of research
Nancy Lopez Knight
born Jan. 6, 1957, Torrance, Calif., U.S. U.S. golfer. She left the University of Tulsa (Okla.) after her sophomore year to become a professional golfer. In her first full season in 1978, she won a record total of nine tournaments, including five in a row. She became a three-time winner of the Ladies' Professional Golf Association (LPGA) championship (1978, 1985, 1989) and a four-time LPGA Player of the Year. Her success and personality helped rejuvenate women's golf
Ritter knight von Gluck
later Ritter (knight) von Gluck born July 2, 1714, Erasbach, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria died Nov. 15, 1787, Vienna, Austria German opera composer. Son of a forester, he ran away to study music in Prague. He traveled widely, writing operas for various cities, before settling in 1750 in Vienna, where he would remain except for an interlude in Paris (1773-79) the rest of his life. In 1762, with the librettist Ranieri di Calzabigi (1714-95), he wrote his famous opera Orfeo ed Euridice, in which he borrowed aspects of French opera to achieve a simplified dramatic style that decisively broke with the static and calcified Italian style. His preface to Alceste (1767) laid out the musico-dramatic principles of his "reform opera"; the goal was "simplicity, truth and naturalness." In 1773 he moved to Paris, where his former pupil Marie-Antoinette was on the verge of becoming queen. There he won acclaim for Iphigénie en Aulide (1774), Armide (1777), and Iphigénie en Tauride (1779). His other operas (numbering more than 40 in all) include Paride ed Elena (1770) and Echo et Narcisse (1779). He also wrote five ballets, of which Don Juan (1761) was one of the first successful ballets d'action
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. a long English poem written in the 14th century by an unknown poet. It is about Gawain, a brave knight in the time of King Arthur, and his adventures with a mysterious green knight. Arthurian Legend
carpet knight
a knight who spends his time in luxury and idleness (knighted on the carpet at court rather than on the field of battle)
knighted
past of knight
knighted
{s} made a knight, given the rank of knight (in Britain)
knighting
present participle of knight
knightliness
The character or bearing suitable for a knight; chivalry
knightly
characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages; "chivalric rites"; "the knightly years"
knightly
Of or pertaining to a knight; becoming a knight; chivalrous; as, a knightly combat; a knightly spirit
knightly
having the qualities of gallantry attributed to an ideal knight
knightly
{s} valiant, chivalrous
knightly
In a manner becoming a knight
knightly
formally courteous (as a knight); chivalrous, gallant and courtly
knightly
relating to knights or typical of a knight, especially behaving with courage and honour
knights
Plural of knight
the Knight Halls
renovated building in the old city of Acco
white knight
A company that rescues another in financial difficulty, especially one which saves a company from an unwelcome takeover bid
white knight
A friendly potential acquirer of a firm sought out by a target firm that is threatened by a less welcome suitor
white knight
a person or organization which comes to the assistance of another
white knight
A friendly acquirer who is sought by the target corporation of an unfriendly takeover
white knight
an alternative buyer that comes to the rescue (or is persuaded to rescue) a company from a threatened hostile takeover
white knight
A company that is friendly to the takeover target It intercedes to offer better terms or a better price For more on this topic see the Cash Flow strategy
white knight
A friendly party in a takeover He generally purchases a stake in the takeover target in an attempt to block a planned takeover
white knight
A friendly potential acquirer of a firm sought out by a target company that is threatened by a less welcome suitor
white knight
a company that is a friendly acquirer in a takeover
white knight
A friendly potential acquirer sought out by a target firm that is threatened by a less welcome suitor
white knight
a takeover bidder emerging after a hostile bid has been made, usually offering alternative bid terms that are more favourable to the defending management
white knight
A white knight is a person or an organization that rescues a company from difficulties such as financial problems or an unwelcome takeover bid. a white-knight bid. a person or company that puts money into a business in order to save it from being controlled by another company
white knight
A company which rescues another which is in financial difficulty, especially one which saves a company from an unwelcome takeover bid
knight

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    nayt

    Eş anlamlılar

    horse, dub

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    /ˈnīt/ /ˈnaɪt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'nIt ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English kniht, from Old English cniht, cneoht 'boy, retainer', from Proto-Germanic *knehtaz (cf. Dutch knecht ‘attendant, servant’, German Knecht ‘lad, slave’), from Proto-Indo-European *gnegh ‘to knead’. More at knead.

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    knight online, knight rider

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