kenning

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
"deniz' yerine "balina yolu' gibi
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eski Germen şiirinde her hangi bir şeyin yerine kullanılan metafor
{i} bilme
{f} bil
bilerek
işaret
İskoç çok küçük miktar
farketme
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anlamak
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görüş açısı
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{f} bilmek
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{f} bil

Ken her şeyi biliyormuş gibi konuşur. - Ken talks as if he knew everything.

Ken gelecek defa ne söyleyeceğini bilmiyordu. - Ken didn't know what to say next.

ken
görüş alanı

Ken'in adı çıkmış köpeğinin nerede olduğu Tom'un görüş alanının çok ötesinde bir sorun. - The whereabouts of Ken's notorious dog is an issue well beyond Ken's ken.

ken
{f} İskoç. bilmek, anlamak, tanımak
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tanımak
ken
{i} bilgi alanı
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык

Определение kenning в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

KEN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. "Kazan, kazıcı, koparan, yıkan, söken." anlamlarına gelir ve kelimelere katılır. Meselâ: (Kuh-ken: Dağ deviren, tünel açan) gibi
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Ekilmeden dinlendirilmeye bırakılmış tarla
ken
Dört köşesi düzeltilmiş uzun ağaç
ken
Bir Vietnam çalgısı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
As little as one can recognise or discriminate; a small portion; a little

put in a kenning of salt.

Range or extent of vision, especially at sea; a marine measure of approximately twenty miles
The tread of an egg; cicatricula
A metaphorical phrase used in Germanic poetry (especially Old English or Old Norse) whereby a simple thing is described in an allusive way, such as ‘whale road’ for ‘sea’, or ‘enemy of the mast’ for ‘wind’
Sight; view; a distant view at sea
Present participle of ken
A metaphorical phrase used in Germanic poetry (especially Old English or Old Norse) whereby a simple thing is described in an allusive way, such as 'whale road' for 'sea', or 'enemy of the mast' for 'wind'
replacement of a common noun by a colorful compound "Information superhighway" instead of "Internet "
Glamourous sight, which sees Glamourous forms
Range of sight
The limit of vision at sea, being a distance of about twenty miles
a compound word in Old English poetry that replaces the usual name for something, often involving metonymy
conventional metaphoric name for something, used especially in Old English and Old Norse poetry
Ken
A diminutive of the male given name Kenneth
ken
To discover by sight; to catch sight of; to descry

I proposed to the Mariners, that it would be of great benefit in Navigation to make use of upon the round-top of a ship, to discover and kenne Vessels afar off.

ken
To know, perceive or understand
ken
Range of sight
ken
{v} to see or discover at a distance, to know
ken
{n} a view, reach of the sight, knowledge
KEN
yes
Ken
{i} male first name (form of Kenneth); family name
Ken
a diminutive of Kenneth
ken
one which is a resort for thieves
ken
To look around
ken
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If something is beyond your ken, you do not have enough knowledge to be able to understand it. The subject matter was so technical as to be beyond the ken of the average layman. Kentucky. beyond your ken if something is beyond your ken, you have no knowledge or understanding of it (ken (13-21 centuries), from cennan and kenna ). Griffey Ken Kesey Ken Elton Saro Wiwa Ken
ken
to know
ken
A house; esp
ken
Sword with a blade on both sides, also known as a tsurugi
ken
(ken) Japanese sword
ken
{i} knowledge, understanding, perception; awareness, consciousness; area of knowledge; field of vision
ken
to know (somebody or something)
ken
know
ken
One of the eight trigrams Symbolizes Mountain on the Pakua Keeping Still
ken
fist
ken
Double edged, straight sword
ken
To recognize; to descry; to discern
ken
mountain (eight triagrams)
ken
the range of vision; "out of sight of land"
ken
Knowledge or perception
ken
Japanese sword
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The Mountain Trigram with direction northeast and number 8
ken
CPE ken EN can
ken
Cognizance; view; especially, reach of sight or knowledge
ken
{f} know; perceive, comprehend, understand; conceive, grasp
ken
range of what one can know or understand; "beyond my ken"
ken
To know; to understand; to take cognizance of
ken
Sword
kenning

    Расстановка переносов

    ken·ning

    Турецкое произношение

    kenîng

    Произношение

    /ˈkenəɴɢ/ /ˈkɛnɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'ken ] (verb.) 13th century. From Middle English, derivative of Middle English kennen (“to know, perceive”). Compare Danish kjending (“acquaintance”). More at ken.

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