hazel

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fındık

Tom'un sincabı bir mil öteden fındık kokusunu alabiliyor. - Tom's squirrel can smell hazelnuts from a mile away.

Fındık sonbaharın ortasında hasat edilir. - Hazelnuts are harvested in mid-autumn.

ela

Porsuk bir sürü tavşan ve kayın tavuğu, ela keklik, küçük kemirgenler yakalar. - Wolverine catches a lot of hares and black grouses, hazel grouses, small rodents.

Sen böyle güzel ela gözlerin var. - You have such beautiful, hazel eyes.

fındık ağacı
Elâ göz rengi
Fındık ağacının kerestesi
Sarıya çalan kestane rengi
Fındık ağacı, (botanik) Corylus
elâ hazelnut fındık
fmdık ağaca ait
açık kahverengi
{i} elâ

Porsuk bir sürü tavşan ve kayın tavuğu, ela keklik, küçük kemirgenler yakalar. - Wolverine catches a lot of hares and black grouses, hazel grouses, small rodents.

Sen böyle güzel ela gözlerin var. - You have such beautiful, hazel eyes.

{s} ela (göz)
{i} açık kestane rengi
bu ağacın kerestesi
{i} kestane rengi
hazele
hazel grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dağ tavuğu
hazel grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çil
hazel tree
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ela
hazel hen
dağtavuğu
hazel mouse
fındık faresi
hazel oil
(Aşçı, Gastronomi) fındık yağı

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hazel dormouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) fındıkfaresi
witch hazel
güvercinağacı
witch hazel
hamamelis
witch hazel
güvercin ağacı
witch-hazel
cadı ela
witch hazel
bot. güvercinağacı, hamamelis
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A female given name from the plant or colour hazel. Popular in the U.S. at the turn of the 20th century
A topographic surname for someone who lived near a hazel tree
The wood of a hazelnut tree
The nut of the hazel tree
A tree or shrub of the genus Corylus, bearing edible nuts called hazelnuts or filberts
Of a greenish-brown colour. (often used to refer to eye colour)
A greenish-brown colour, the colour of a ripe hazelnut

hazel colour:.

{a} like hazel, brown, light-brown
{n} a common plant or tree
from the English noun hazel
Of a light brown color, like the hazelnut
avellana, bearing a nut containing a kernel of a mild, farinaceous taste; the filbert
{i} small tree or shrub; hazelnut, edible nut of this tree; golden-brown color
Consisting of hazels, or of the wood of the hazel; pertaining to, or derived from, the hazel; as, a hazel wand
Americana, which produces the common hazelnut, and C
A miner's name for freestone
Australian tree grown especially for ornament and its fine-grained wood and bearing edible nuts
the fine-grained wood of a hazelnut tree (genus Corylus) and the hazel tree (Australian genus Pomaderris) Australian tree grown especially for ornament and its fine-grained wood and bearing edible nuts of a light brown or yellowish brown color
the fine-grained wood of a hazelnut tree (genus Corylus) and the hazel tree (Australian genus Pomaderris)
A shrub or small tree of the genus Corylus, as the C
The American species are C
rostrata
any of several shrubs or small trees of the genus Corylus bearing edible nuts enclosed in a leafy husk
Hazel eyes are greenish-brown in colour. hazel eyes are a green-brown colour. Wightman Hazel Hotchkiss Hazel Virginia Hotchkiss witch hazel family. or hazel(nut) Any of about 15 species of deciduous trees and shrubs that make up the genus Corylus, in the birch family, native to the northern temperate zone; also, the edible nuts they produce. Choice nuts are produced by two Eurasian trees, the European filbert (C. avellana) and the giant filbert (C. maxima), and by hybrids of these species. Some varieties are valuable hedgerow and ornamental trees. An oil from C. avellana is used in food products, perfumes, and soaps; the tree yields a soft, reddish-white timber that is useful for small articles such as tool handles and walking sticks
of a light brown or yellowish brown color
A hazel is a small tree which produces nuts that you can eat
hazel grouse
A bird in grouse family, Bonasa bonasia
hazel grouses
plural form of hazel grouse
Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman
She was instrumental in establishing an annual match between British and U.S. women's teams; the Wightman Cup competition, first held in 1923, continued until 1989. She served as captain of the U.S. team from its inception until 1948
Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman
v. orig. Hazel Virginia Hotchkiss born Dec. 20, 1886, Healdsburg, Calif., U.S. died Dec. 5, 1974, Newton, Mass. U.S. tennis player. She was a dominant competitor in the pre-World War I years, winning nine national tennis titles in the years 1909-11 alone. She won a lifetime total of 45 U.S. titles, the last at age
hazel grouse
{i} woodland grouse native of Europe, hazel hen
hazel hen
{i} woodland grouse native of Europe, hazel grouse
hazel mouse
a variety of dormouse
hazel tree
hazel: Australian tree grown especially for ornament and its fine-grained wood and bearing edible nuts
witch hazel
Any of several small deciduous trees, of the genus Hamamelis, having yellow flowers
witch hazel
Hamamelis virginiana (Eastern North America), especially, or Hamamelis vernalis (Ozarks)
witch hazel
An extract of the bark and/or leaves of this plant, used as an astringent
witch-hazel
Alternative spelling of witch hazel
american hazel
nut-bearing shrub of eastern North America
vernal witch hazel
fragrant shrub of lower Mississippi valley having very small flowers from midwinter to spring
virginian witch hazel
common shrub of eastern North America having small yellow flowers after the leaves have fallen
winter hazel
any of several Asiatic deciduous shrubs cultivated for their nodding racemes of yellow flowers that appear before the leaves
witch hazel
lotion consisting of an astringent alcoholic solution containing an extract from the witch hazel plant any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Hamamelis; bark yields an astringent lotion
witch hazel
Commonly used mild astringent
witch hazel
any of several shrubs or trees of the genus Hamamelis; bark yields an astringent lotion
witch hazel
lotion consisting of an astringent alcoholic solution containing an extract from the witch hazel plant
witch hazel
{i} wychhazel, type of flowering tree; astringent solution containing an extract from the witch hazel tree
witch hazel
Witch hazel is a liquid that you put on your skin if it is sore or damaged, in order to help it to heal
witch hazel
Obtained from twigs of hamamelis virginiana Skin freshener, astringent Back To Top
witch hazel
soothes inflammation and burns Is good for sensitive skin, such as the eye area, greasy or dry chapped skin
witch hazel
This leaf and bark extract is widely used in the treatment of itching and skin irritation
witch hazel family
Family Hamamelidaceae, comprising 23 genera of shrubs and trees, native to tropical and warm temperate regions. The six species of the genus Hamamelis include such ornamentals as witch hazel, winter hazel, and Fothergilla, which are outstanding for their early flowering and fall leaf colour. Members of the family are characterized by simple leaves and by flowers with four or five petals and sepals each. American, or common, witch hazel (H. virginiana) flowers in fall and retains yellow, cuplike calyxes (collections of sepals) through the winter. The common name refers to the forked twigs that were sometimes used for water-witching, or dowsing to locate underground water. The fragrant liniment witch hazel is made from the dried leaves and sometimes from twigs and bark. Brilliant autumn leaf colour is an outstanding trait of ironwood (Parrotia persica). Another genus, Altingia, has seven species, all Asian and all valued for their timber. A. excelsa is one of the largest trees of the Asian tropics, sometimes reaching a height of 82 ft (25 m)
witch-hazel
a substance used for treating small wounds on the skin, or the tree that produces it (witch-hazel type of elm tree (16-19 centuries), from witch (11-19 centuries), from wice, wic)
hazel

    Расстановка переносов

    ha·zel

    Турецкое произношение

    heyzıl

    Синонимы

    filbert, hazelnut

    Произношение

    /ˈhāzəl/ /ˈheɪzəl/

    Этимология

    [ hA-z&l ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Proto-Indo-European *koselos, which is also the source of Corylus.

    Слово дня

    arcadian
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