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A light-armed foot soldier of the ancient militia of Ireland and Scotland; often used as a term of contempt

c.1599: O, then belike she was old and gentle; and you rode like a kern of Ireland, your French hose off and in your strait strossers. — Henry V: Ac.3 Sc7, Wm. Shakespeare.

To adjust the horizontal space between selected pairs of letters (characters or glyphs), particularly in a proportional font (printing)
any part of a letter which extends into the space used by another letter
To perform a kerning adjustment
{n} an Irish foot-soldier or boor, mill, horn
{v} to form into grains, curdle, salt, corn
American composer of numerous musicals, including Show Boat (1927), and more than a thousand songs, such as "Ol' Man River" and "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
See 2d Kern
the rude foot soldiers of the Irish
To adjust the space between letters so that it appears optically proportioned
A light-armed foot soldier of the ancient militia of Ireland and Scotland; distinguished from gallowglass, and often used as a term of contempt
Describes the process by which white space is adjusted between letters in typography
The harvest-home
Adjusting the space between letters so that part of one extends over the body of the next
An idler; a vagabond
The adjustment of the spacing between letters in order to make them more visually pleasing and balanced on the sheet
The last handful or sheaf reaped at the harvest
1 To pack type together as tightly as the kernels on an ear of corn 2 In parts of Brooklyn and Queens, N Y , a small, metal object used as part of the monetary system
To take the form of kernels; to granulate
The amount of horizontal distance between characters in a particular font
Kernel; corn; grain
To add or delete space between pairs of adjacent characters Also known as letterspacing
A hand mill
A part of the face of a type which projects beyond the body, or shank
{f} produce kernels or grains; granulate (esp. salt); cover with salt; adjust spacing between two letters (DTP, Printing)
To adjust the horizontal spacing between a pair of characters Go to top of page
To form with a kern
In hot-metal printing, a kern is any part of a letter which extends into the space used by another letter
A churn
To adjust the horizontal spacing between a pair of characters
To adjust the space between letters so that it appears optically proportioned In hot metal, a kern was any part of a letter that extended into the space occupied by an adjacent letter
Any kind of boor or low-lived person
The specific amount of space added to or subtracted from the combined side bearings between the two characters of a kerning pair
to adjust the display position whilst rendering in order to visually improve the spacing between two glyphs For instance, kerning causes the word to be rendered as , reducing the illusion of white space between the diagonal strokes of the W, A, and V
To selectively adjust the space between characters to improve readability or to achieve balanced, proportional type
To harden, as corn in ripening
United States composer of musical comedies (1885-1945)
{i} part of a typeface that extends beyond the edge of the metal type block (Printing); soldier or a group of Irish foot soldiers (Archaic); peasant (Archaic)
Kern River
A river rising in the Sierra Nevada of eastern California and flowing about 249 km (155 mi) south and southwest to the southern San Joaquin Valley
kern baby
Called also harvest queen
kern baby
carried in the festivals of a kern, or harvest- home
kern baby
A doll or image decorated with corn (grain) flowers, etc
Jerome David Kern
born Jan. 27, 1885, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 11, 1945, New York City U.S. composer, one of the major U.S. creators of the musical. Kern studied music in his native New York City and in Heidelberg, Ger., and he later gained theatrical experience in London. Returning to New York, he worked as a pianist and salesman for music publishers and wrote new numbers for European operettas. In 1912 he composed The Red Petticoat, the first musical to contain only his own music; its success was surpassed by Very Good Eddie (1915). Subsequent musicals include Oh, Boy! (1917) and Sally (1920). In 1927 his Show Boat, based on Edna Ferber's novel and with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, became the first American musical with a serious plot drawn from a literary source; it represents a landmark in the history of musical theatre. It was followed by The Cat and the Fiddle (1931), Music in the Air (1932), and Roberta (1933). After 1933 he composed for Hollywood. Kern's classic songs include "The Song Is You," "All the Things You Are," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," and "Ol' Man River
Jerome Kern
a US composer and songwriter who wrote many musicals (=films or plays that use singing and dancing to tell a story) , such as Showboat (1927), which contains the famous song Ol' Man River (1885-1945). born Jan. 27, 1885, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 11, 1945, New York City U.S. composer, one of the major U.S. creators of the musical. Kern studied music in his native New York City and in Heidelberg, Ger., and he later gained theatrical experience in London. Returning to New York, he worked as a pianist and salesman for music publishers and wrote new numbers for European operettas. In 1912 he composed The Red Petticoat, the first musical to contain only his own music; its success was surpassed by Very Good Eddie (1915). Subsequent musicals include Oh, Boy! (1917) and Sally (1920). In 1927 his Show Boat, based on Edna Ferber's novel and with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, became the first American musical with a serious plot drawn from a literary source; it represents a landmark in the history of musical theatre. It was followed by The Cat and the Fiddle (1931), Music in the Air (1932), and Roberta (1933). After 1933 he composed for Hollywood. Kern's classic songs include "The Song Is You," "All the Things You Are," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," and "Ol' Man River
kerne
Variant of kern
kerne
{i} kern, soldier or a group of Irish foot soldiers (Archaic)
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Определение kern в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

kern yayı
(Meteoroloji) kern's arc
kern

    Расстановка переносов

    Kern

    Турецкое произношение

    kırn

    Произношение

    /ˈkərn/ /ˈkɜrn/

    Этимология

    (noun.) 15th century. From Middle Irish ceithern.

    Времена

    kerning, kerned

    Слово дня

    pogonip
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