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{i} saksı
duvar şamdanı
{i} kafa
(isim) duvarda şamdan desteği, aplik, toprak siper, ceza (oxford üniv.), baş, kafa, kelle, saksı
{i} toprak siper
{i} baş
{f} cezalandırmak (oxford üniv.)
{i} ceza (oxford üniv.)
{i} duvarda şamdan desteği
{i} aplik, duvar lambası/şamdanı
{f} sofra kurallarına uymayana bira vermemek
(fiil) cezalandırmak (oxford üniv.), sofra kurallarına uymayana bira vermemek
{i} kelle
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A light fixture (see sconce (light fixture))
A head or a skull
A type of small fort or other fortification, especially as built to defend a pass or ford

the Garrison was cut off by the Ambuscado, and Veltus seized on the Skonces, which was abandoned.

to impose a fine, a forfeit, or a mulct
to shut within a sconce; to imprison
{n} a sort, hanging candlestick, lookingglass, the head
The head; the skull; also, brains; sense; discretion
A plate or bracket on the wall to which lights or candle-holders could be attached Also used to describe the wall lights themselves
To shut up in a sconce; to imprison; to insconce
A protection for a light; a lantern or cased support for a candle; hence, a fixed hanging or projecting candlestick
A sconce is a decorated object that holds candles or an electric light, and that is attached to the wall of a room. A small defensive earthwork or fort. an object that is attached to a wall and holds candles or electric lights (esconse , from escondre , from abscondere; ABSCOND)
A fragment of a floe of ice
From the Concise Oxford Dictionary: (Oxford Univ ) inflict forfeit (or penalty involving drinking) of beer etc (e g , a yard of ale) for offence against table etiquette upon (member of company or his offence)
A squinch
A fortification (see sconce (fortification))
A hut for protection and shelter; a stall
a candlestick with a flat side to be hung on the wall
A light fixture that is wall mounted Also, a term for a detachable candle holder of glass, sometimes interchangeable with nozzle In the first half of the 18th century, the term was used to describe a pier glass with candle arms
A light fixture fixed on a wall Commonly sconces are tall and narrow and are often made to hold a candle
A piece of armor for the head; headpiece; helmet
to shut up in a sconce; to imprison
Hence, the circular tube, with a brim, in a candlestick, into which the candle is inserted
{i} candleholder or lamp attached to a vertical surface; small separate fort used to defend a location or structure; skull, head; wit, intelligence; fine imposed upon a student for a minor infraction of the rules (Archaic)
To mulct; to fine
A poll tax; a mulct or fine
{f} protect with a small fort; impose a fine upon a student for a minor infraction of the rules (Archaic)
A fixed seat or shelf
In general terms, this includes any wall fixture - although the purist definition would define only a candle-style wall bracket
a forbidding stronghold
A fortification, or work for defense; a fort
a wall-mounted light fixture
A wall bracket candle holder or lighting fixture
light which is fixed on the wall

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    /ˈskäns/ /ˈskɑːns/


    [ 'skän(t)s ] (noun.) 15th century. From French esconce (“lantern”), from Latin absconsus (“hidden”), perfect passive participle of abscondō (“hide”).Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition Cognate with abscond.


    sconces, sconcing, sconced

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