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{i} diken

Güzel çiçeklerin dikenleri vardır. - Beautiful flowers have thorns.

Her gülün dikeni vardır. - Every rose has its thorn.

(isim) diken
{i} alıç
{i} çok dikenli çalı/ağaç
çok dikenli (çalı)
{i} (hakiki) akasya
dikenli bitki
thorn apple
thorn patch
thorn apple
thorn apple
thorn in one's flesh
başının belası
thorn in my side
Yanımda diken
thorn in the someone's side
(deyim) baş belası
having a thorn
black thorn
black thorn
black thorn
karadiken, karaçalı
jerusalem thorn
Kudüs diken
prickle, thistle, thorn
diken, diken, diken
sallow thorn
solgun diken

Güzel çiçeklerin dikenleri vardır. - Beautiful flowers have thorns.

Güllerin saplarında dikenleri var. - Roses have thorns on their stems.

a thorn in the flesh
baş belâsı
a thorn in the side
baş belâsı
christ's thorn
kaba diken
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A topographic surname for someone living near a thorn bush
A sharp protective spine of a plant
A letter of the Latin alphabet (capital: Þ, small: þ), borrowed by Old English from the futhark to represent a dental fricative, then not distinguished from eth, but in modern use (in Icelandic and other languages, but no longer in English) used only for the voiceless dental fricative found in English thigh
To pierce with, or as if with, a [[#Noun|thorn]]
{n} a small and prickly tree, a difficult point
The name of the Anglo-Saxon letter &?;, capital form &?
If you describe someone or something as a thorn in your side or a thorn in your flesh, you mean that they are a continuous problem to you or annoy you. The Party was a thorn in the flesh of his coalition
{i} sharp nub, prickle, spine
A sharply pointed structure formed from a modified branch
A hard and sharp-pointed projection from a woody stem; usually, a branch so transformed; a spine
a sharp spine
a Germanic character of runic origin
(1 ) Heb hedek (Prov 15: 19), rendered "brier" in Micah 7: 4 Some thorny plant, of the Solanum family, suitable for hedges This is probably the so-called "apple of Sodom," which grows very abundantly in the Jordan valley "It is a shrubby plant, from 3 to 5 feet high, with very branching stems, thickly clad with spines, like those of the English brier, with leaves very large and woolly on the under side, and thorny on the midriff "
A thorn or a thorn bush or a thorn tree is a bush or tree which has a lot of thorns on it. the shade of a thorn bush
It was used to represent both of the sounds of English th, as in thin, then
A collection of subroutines with a definite interface and purpose
something that causes irritation and annoyance; "he's a thorn in my flesh"
Any shrub or small tree which bears thorns; especially, any species of the genus Cratægus, as the hawthorn, whitethorn, cockspur thorn
Thorns are the sharp points on some plants and trees, for example on a rose bush
So called because it was the initial letter of thorn, a spine
a sharp-pointed tip on a stem or leaf
A sharp woody outgrowth of a stem
To prick, as with a thorn
That which pricks or annoys as a thorn; anything troublesome; trouble; care
Þ : Runic character that was adopted into English Spelling by King Alfred It is still used in Icelandic script
thorn apple
The annual plant Datura stramonium, having white flowers and prickly capsules
thorn in someone's side
A persistent annoyance
thorn in the flesh
A persistent difficulty or something very annoying that will not go away

the growth of new middle and upper classes remains a thorn in the flesh to the Communist Party.

thorn apple
any of several plants of the genus Datura
thorn in his flesh
constant irritant, something which is very bothersome and cannot be avoided or escaped
thorn in his side
constant irritant, something which is very bothersome and cannot be avoided or escaped
thorn in one's flesh
constant irritant, something which is very bothersome and cannot be avoided or escaped
thorn in one's side
pain in the ass, nudge, disturber
type of bush that has sharp briars
Jerusalem thorn
A spiny tropical American tree (Parkinsonia aculeata) having clusters of yellow flowers, green branches, and bipinnately compound leaves
thorny Eurasian shrub with dry woody winged fruit
cockspur thorn
eastern United States hawthorn with long straight thorns
crucifixion thorn
Any of several unrelated shrubs or small trees of desert regions in the southwest United States and Mexico, having tiny, early deciduous leaves and branches and stems resembling a mass of thorns
evergreen thorn
evergreen hawthorn of southeastern Europe
fire thorn
Any of various thorny shrubs of the genus Pyracantha, native to Asia and often cultivated for their evergreen foliage and showy reddish or orange berries
glastonbury thorn
A variety of the common hawthorn
hedge thorn
South African shrub having forked spines and plumlike fruit; frequently used as hedging
jerusalem thorn
large shrub or shrubby tree having sharp spines and pinnate leaves with small deciduous leaflets and sweet-scented racemose yellow-orange flowers; grown as ornamentals or hedging or emergency food for livestock; tropical America but naturalized in southern United States
like a thorn in his side
like a pain in the neck, like a troublesome situation, like something that a person does not need or want
mysore thorn
spreading thorny shrub of tropical Asia bearing large erect racemes of red-marked yellow flowers
no rose without a thorn
nothing good can exist without also a few bad qualities
Destitute of, or free from, thorns
having no thorns
plural of thorn

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    /ˈᴛʜôrn/ /ˈθɔːrn/


    [ thorn ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English þorn and Old English þorn, from Proto-Germanic *thurn(u)-, from Proto-Indo-European *(s)ter-n- (“sharp stalk or thorn”), possibly derived from *ster- (“stiff”). Near cognates include German Dorn and Gothic


    thorns, thorning, thorned

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