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{i} ateş ve madencilik tanrısı [mit.]
{i} Vulkan [mit.]
(Askeri) VULCAN: Alçak irtifa hava savunması sağlayan ve kara kuvvetlerine karşı doğrudan doğruya kullanabilen bir kara kuvvetleri hava savunma topu. Bu top altı namlulu hava soğutmalı ve 20 mm. lik dönerek ateşlenen bir silahtır
ateş ve madencilik tanrısı
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A theoretical planet proposed to exist in an orbit between Mercury and the Sun in a 19th-century hypothesis
A person who seems to lack emotion or is overly analytical and boring
The god of volcanoes and fire, especially the forge, also the patron of all craftsmen, principally blacksmiths

The goddess Venus was the wife of Vulcan.

A town in southern Alberta, Canada
A fictional inhabited planet
{n} the god of the subterraneous fire and metals, the fabled author of smiths work
A member of the humanoid race inhabiting the fictional planet Vulcan; the race is noted for lack of emotion and adherence to logic
The language spoken by these humanoids
{i} god of metalwork and of fire in Roman mythology
A fictional planet in the Star Trek universe
in Roman mythology, the god of fire and of making things from metal. In Greek mythology his name is Hephaestus. Ancient Roman god of fire. He was the counterpart of the Greek Hephaestus. Vulcan was especially associated with the destructive aspects of fire, such as volcanoes or conflagrations, and for this reason his temples were usually located outside the city. His chief festival, the Volcanalia, was marked by a rite in which the heads of Roman families threw fish into the fire. Often invoked to avert fire, he was addressed with epithets such as Mulciber ("Fire Allayer"). Hypothetical planet within the orbit of Mercury. It was predicted in 1859 by Urbain-Jean-Joseph Le Verrier (1811-77) to account for an unexplained component of the precession of Mercury's orbit. Sightings were reported between 1859 and 1878, but these were not confirmed subsequently by observations made either during solar eclipses or when the planet was predicted to cross the Sun. The anomalies of Mercury's orbit were later explained by Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity
A hypothetical planet supposed to lie inside the orbit of Mercury, but always on the opposite side of the Sun from the Earth, making it invisible Originally postulated to account for perturbations in planetary orbits, this planet is no longer supposed to exist by science, although some astrologers claim it as a sort of spiritual entity having power in a horoscope
(in the instance of this narrative) a blacksmith
An Army air defense artillery gun which provides low-altitude air defense and has a direct fire capability against surface targets The gun is a 6-barreled, air-cooled, 20-mm rotary-fired weapon
Brand of horseshoe nails from 1867 to 1936 First made with the cold rolled machine process
(Roman mythology) god of fire and metal working; counterpart of Greek Hephaestus
The god of fire, who presided over the working of metals; answering to the Greek Hephæstus
The divine blacksmith, whose workshop was on Mount Etna, where the Cyclops assisted him in forging thunderbolts for Jove He was also called Mulciber
(a) A planet whose existence inside the orbit of Mercury was postulated to explain orbital eccentricities It does not exist (b) A hot, dry, red planet with green-blooded inhabitants whose civilisation has evolved beyond emotion It does exist
Operational code name for the Allied offensive in Tunisia - May 1943
Vulcan cannon
Any electric gatling gun
vulcan powder
A dynamite composed of nitroglycerin (30 parts), sodium nitrate (52
vulcan powder
5), charcoal (10
vulcan powder
5), and sulphur (7), used in mining and blasting



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    /ˈvəlkən/ /ˈvʌlkən/


    [ 'v&l-k&n ] (noun.) From Latin Vulcānus, of Etruscan origin, but unknown meaning. Perhaps related to Ancient Greek πῦρ (pur, “fire”) and καίω (kaiō, “burn”).

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