persian

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tarih) iran´a özgü
acemce
iranlı
{s} İran

Basra Körfezi, İran ve Arap Yarımadası arasında yer alır. - The Persian Gulf is located between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula.

İran körfezi, İran halkındaki tarihsel kimliğin bir parçasıdır. - Persian Gulf is an element of historical identity of Iranian People.

{i} Farsça

Farsça zor bir dil değil. - Persian is not a difficult language.

Ali, Mevlana'nın Mesnevisini asıl metninden okuyabilmek için Farsça öğrendi. - Ali learnt the Persian language to be able to read the The Mathnawi of Jalaluddin Rumi in original text.

{i} acem
{i} (Tarih) Pers
{s} (Tarih) İran, İran'a özgü
{i} İranlı
{i} (Tarih) İranlı
ıran
ıranlı
Pers
persian gulf war
basra körfezi savaşı
persian language
fars dili
persian poetry
farsça şiir
persian rice platter
(Gıda) çilav
Persian Gulf
Basra Körfezi

Tarihsel olarak, Basra körfezi İran'a aittir. - Historically, the Persian Gulf belongs to Iran.

Basra Körfezi, İran ve Arap Yarımadası arasında yer alır. - The Persian Gulf is located between Iran (Persia) and the Arabian Peninsula.

Persian carpet
iran halısı
Persian cat
Ankara kedisi
Persian lamb
astragankürk
persian empire
(Tarih) Pers İmparatorluğu
persian fallow deer
fars alageyik
persian melon
fars kavun
persian white
beyaz fars
Persian carpet/rug
İran halısı
Persian cat
İran kedisi

Bir İran kedisi hakkında eski bir hikaye var. - There is an old story about a Persian cat.

Masanın üzerinde uyuyan bir İran kedisi vardı. - There was a Persian cat sleeping on the table.

Persian cat
irankedisi
Persian lamb
(Tekstil) astragan kürk
Persian rug
acem halısı
Persian rug
İran halısı

Tom bir İran halısı satın aldı. - Tom bought a Persian rug.

persian blinds
stor
persian blinds
jaluzi
persian carpet
İran halısı
persian carpet
acem halısı
persian gulf region
basra körfez bölgesi
persian gulf states
basra körfezi ülkeleri
persian lamb
astragan
persian literature
fars edebiyatı
persian manuscripts
farsça el yazmaları
persian philology
fars dili ve edebiyatı
mithraism, ancient persian religion
mithraism, eski Farsça din
persians
Persler
the Persian Gulf
Basra Körfezi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A group of very similar languages spoken primarily in Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan
A domestic cat breed
Of or pertaining to the Persian people
Of or pertaining to the Persian language
A breed of sheep prized for its lambs' wool
A pastry local to the Thunder Bay region in Canada often compared to either a cinnamon bun or a donut topped with pink icing
A member of the main ethnic group of Iran
Of, from, or pertaining to Persia
{a} of or belonging to Persia
{n} a native or the language of Persia
A breed of cat
Persians were the people who came from the ancient kingdom of Persia
A group of very similar languages spoken primarily in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan
Persian carpets and rugs traditionally come from Iran. They are made by hand from silk or wool and usually have patterns in deep colours
Persian is the language that is spoken in Iran, and was spoken in the ancient Persian empire. relating to Iran, its people, or its language, especially in the time when it was called Persia. Persian cat Persian Gulf Persian Gulf War First Persian Gulf War Second Persian language Persian Wars Greco Persian Wars Anglo Persian Oil Co. Ltd
{s} of or pertaining to Persia; from Persia (former name of modern-day Iran)
{i} language of Persia, Persian language (also known as Farsi)
{i} resident or citizen of Persia; native of Persia
Something that is Persian belongs or relates to the ancient kingdom of Persia, or sometimes to the modern state of Iran
The language spoken in Persia
the language of Persia (Iran) in any of its ancient forms
See Persian columns, under Persian, a
salam
One of the major language families spoken in Central Asia, which includes Pashto and Tajik
As a language, a member of the Iranian subgroup in the Indo-European language family The official language of modern Iran and spoken widely in Afghanistan Middle Persian (Pahlavi) was used between the third century B C and the ninth century A D and was the official language of the Sassanid Empire that ruled parts of Central Asia from the third century to the sixth century A D Modern Persian is called Farsi by native speakers
A thin silk fabric, used formerly for linings
of or relating to Iran or its people or language or culture; "Iranian mountains"; "Iranian security police"
Form of heroin
a thin soft silk formerly used especially for linings
A native or inhabitant of Persia
a native or inhabitant of Iran; "the majority of Irani are Persian Shiite Muslims"
Of or pertaining to Persia, to the Persians, or to their language
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Persian Empire
The empire ruled by the Sassanid dynasty 224–651 CE

The geographical limits of the Sassanian or Later Persian Empire were so nearly identical with those of its predecessor, the Parthian, .

Persian Empire
The empire ruled by the Achaemenid dynasty 550–330 BCE

We know how Darius got the Persian Empire from the rest of his fellow Peers, from the first neighing of his generous Steed.

Persian Gulf
A gulf between modern day Iran and the Arabian Peninsula; known as The Persian Gulf
Persian Royal Road
An ancient system of trade routes and roads in Persia
Persian powder
An insecticidal powder usually made from chrysanthemums
Persian Gulf
northernmost branch of the Arabian Sea, inlet of the Arabian Sea located between the Arabian Peninsula and mainland Asia
Persian Gulf
The Persian Gulf is the area of sea between Saudi Arabia and Iran. An arm of the Arabian Sea between the Arabian Peninsula and southwest Iran. It has been an important trade route since ancient times and gained added strategic significance after the discovery of oil in the Gulf States in the 1930s. the Gulf a part of the Indian Ocean between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula. Arm of the Arabian Sea. It is 550 mi (885 km) long and has an average depth of 328 ft (100 m). It is connected with the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea through the Strait of Hormuz. It contains the island kingdom of Bahrain and is bordered by Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, and Iraq. It has long been a maritime trade route between the Middle East and South Asia; its modern economy is dominated by petroleum production. It was the scene of the Persian Gulf War in 1991
Persian Gulf Emirates
Moslem countries in the Persian Gulf region which are ruled by emirs
Persian Wars
or Greco-Persian Wars (492-449 BC) Series of wars between Greek states and Persia, particularly two invasions of Greece by Persia (490, 480-479). When Darius I came to power in Persia in 522, the Ionian Greek city-states in Anatolia were under Persian control. They rose up unsuccessfully in the Ionian revolt (499-494). The support lent by Athens provoked Darius to invade Greece (492). His fleet was destroyed in a storm. In 490 he assembled a huge army on a plain near Athens; his devastating defeat at the Battle of Marathon sent him back to Persia. In 480 the Persians under Xerxes I again invaded Greece, seeking to avenge the defeat. This time all Greece fought together, with Sparta in charge of the army and Athens of the navy. A band of Spartans under Leonidas was overcome at the Battle of Thermopylae, allowing the Persian army to reach Athens, which they sacked (480). When the Persian navy was soundly defeated at the Battle of Salamis, Xerxes withdrew it to Persia. His army was defeated at the Battle of Plataea in 479 and driven from Greece, and the navy met a similar fate at Mycale on the Anatolian coast. Sporadic fighting went on for 30 more years, during which Athens formed the Delian League to free the Ionians. The Peace of Callias (449) ended the hostilities
Persian cat
type of domestic cat with long silky fur
Persian cat
A stocky domestic cat having long silky fur, short legs, and a broad round head with small ears. a cat with long silky hair. Breed of stocky, round-headed domestic cat that has a long, silky coat (many colours possible), large round eyes, snub nose, and thick ruff. The breed is often referred to as the longhair
Persian cocaine
type of high quality cocaine (addictive drug)
Persian fallow deer
{i} large fallow-deer with big antlers found southern Iran
Persian language
or Farsi language Iranian language spoken by more than 25 million people in Iran as a first language, and by millions more as a second. Modern Persian is a koine developed from southwestern dialects in the 7th-9th centuries, after the introduction of Islam brought a massive infusion of loanwords from Arabic. Its standardization and literary cultivation took place in northeastern Persia and Central Asia in the 11th-12th centuries. Polities outside Persia itself (e.g., Mughal India, Ottoman Turkey) have at times been major literary centres. Its status in those countries led to a very strong Persian influence on Urdu and Ottoman Turkish. Other Turkic and Indo-Aryan languages, Caucasian languages, and Iranian languages have also borrowed heavily from Persian. It is written in a slightly modified form of the Arabic alphabet
Persian lilac
common decorative tree
Persian melon
A variety of melon (Cucumis melo) having a strongly netted, unridged rind and musky, orange-colored flesh
Persian miles
unit of measurement (approximately 4.5 kilometers)
Persian rug
handwoven carpet made in Iran, style of carpet which had elaborate decorations
persian cat
a long-haired breed of cat
persian deity
a deity worshiped by the ancient Persians
persian empire
an empire in southern Asia created by Cyrus the Great in the 6th century BC and destroyed by Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC
persian gulf
a shallow arm of the Arabian Sea between Iran and the Arabian peninsula; the Persian Gulf oil fields are among the most productive in the world
persian gulf war
a war fought between a coalition led by the United States and Iraq to free Kuwait from Iraqi invaders; 1990-1991
persian iris
bulbous iris native to Asia Minor cultivated for its pale lilac-colored flowers
persian lamb
a karakul lamb the fur of a karakul lamb
persian lilac
small densely branching Asiatic shrub having lanceolate leaves and panicles of fragrant lilac flowers
persian melon
the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large green melon with orange flesh
persian violet
perennial cultivated especially as a houseplant for its fragrant bluish to dark lavender flowers
I don't speak Persian
Indicates that the speaker is unable to speak the Persian language
Middle Persian
The ancestor of modern Persian spoken from around 300 BC till about 800 AD, evolving from Old Persian
Old Persian
The ancestor language of Middle Persian, and via it of modern Persian language. Attested in Old Persian cuneiform, in the period 525 BCE - 300 BCE
Persians
An ethnic group being a majority in Iran
Persians
plural form of Persian
Tajik Persian
Tajiki (variety of the Persian language)
First Persian Gulf War
or Gulf War (1990-91) International conflict triggered by Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in August 1990. Though justified by Iraqi leader Saddm Hussein on grounds that Kuwait was historically part of Iraq, the invasion was presumed to be motivated by Iraq's desire to acquire Kuwait's rich oil fields and expand its power in the region. The United States, fearing Iraq's broader strategic intentions and acting under UN auspices, eventually formed a broad coalition, which included a number of Arab countries, and began massing troops in northern Saudi Arabia. When Iraq ignored a UN Security Council deadline for it to withdraw from Kuwait, the coalition began a large-scale air offensive (Jan. 16-17, 1991). addm responded by launching ballistic missiles against neighbouring coalition states as well as Israel. A ground offensive by the coalition (February 24-28) quickly achieved victory. Estimates of Iraqi military deaths range up to 100,000; coalition forces lost about 300 troops. The war also caused extensive damage to the region's environment. The Iraqi regime subsequently faced widespread popular uprisings, which it brutally suppressed. A UN trade embargo remained in effect after the end of the conflict, pending Iraq's compliance with the terms of the armistice. The foremost term was that Iraq destroy its nuclear-, biological-, and chemical-weapons programs. The embargo continued into the 21st century and ceased only after the Second Persian Gulf War
Old Persian
An Old Iranian language attested in cuneiform inscriptions dating from the sixth to the fifth century
Persians
plural of Persian
Second Persian Gulf War
(2003) International conflict that took place between Iraq and a combined force of troops from the United States and Great Britain, with smaller contingents from several other countries. The trade embargo and weapons-inspection process that the UN imposed on Iraq following the First Persian Gulf War (1990-91) had partly fallen into abeyance by 2001. U.S. Pres. George W. Bush argued that the September 11 attacks on the U.S. in that same year highlighted the threat to U.S. security posed by hostile countries such as Iraq. Encouraged by Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, the UN issued Security Council Resolution 1441 in November 2002, demanding that Iraq readmit weapons inspectors and comply with all previous resolutions. Although Iraqi did readmit inspectors, Bush and Blair declared in early 2003 (despite objections by many world leaders) that Iraq was continuing to hinder UN inspections and that it still retained proscribed weapons. On March 20, seeking no further UN resolutions, the U.S. and Britain (with token representation from other countries) launched a series of air attacks on Iraq, and a ground invasion followed. Iraqi military and paramilitary forces were rapidly defeated; on April 9 U.S. forces took control of the capital, Baghdad, and British forces completed their occupation of the southern city of Al-Basrah the same day. Within a few more days, all major cities had fallen, and by May 1 major combat operations had been completed. Guerrilla assaults on occupying forces continued thereafter, hindering Iraq's recovery
persian

    Heceleme

    Per·sian

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    pırjın

    Eş anlamlılar

    iranian

    Telaffuz

    /ˈpərᴢʜən/ /ˈpɜrʒən/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'p&r-zh&n, esp Brit ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English percynne, from Middle French persien, from Italian persiano, from Medieval Latin Persiānus, blend of Latin Persia and Asiānus, from Ancient Greek Περσίς (Persís), from Old Persian

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