skegg


skegg
n. -ja-
борода
* * *
с. ср. р. -ja- борода
д-а. sceacga волосы, шерсть (а. shag), ш. skägg, д. skæg, нор. skjegg; к skógr

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • Halberd — Hal berd (h[o^]l b[ e]rd; 277), n. [F. hallebarde; of German origin; cf. MHG. helmbarte, G. hellebarte; prob. orig., an ax to split a helmet, fr. G. barte a broad ax (orig. from the same source as E. beard; cf. Icel. bar[eth]a, a kind of ax,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Shag — Shag, n. [AS. sceacga a bush of hair; akin to Icel. skegg the beard, Sw. sk[ a]gg, Dan. skj?g. Cf. {Schock} of hair.] 1. Coarse hair or nap; rough, woolly hair. [1913 Webster] True Witney broadcloth, with its shag unshorn. Gay. [1913 Webster] 2.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • skeg — also skag noun Etymology: Middle English skegge, from Old Norse skegg cutwater, literally, beard more at shag Date: 13th century 1. the stern of the keel of a ship near the sternpost; especially the part connecting the keel with the bottom of the …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shag — I. noun Etymology: Middle English *shagge, from Old English sceacga; akin to Old Norse skegg beard, skaga to project Date: before 12th century 1. a. a shaggy tangled mass or covering (as of hair) b. long coarse or matted fiber, nap, or pile c. a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shaw — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sceaga; akin to Old Norse skegg beard more at shag Date: before 12th century dialect coppice, thicket II. noun Etymology: probably alteration of show Date: 1726 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • University of Otago — Māori: Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo Motto Latin: Sapere aude Motto in English Dare to be wise …   Wikipedia

  • Skeg — A skeg (or skag) is a sternward extension of the keel of boats and ships which have a rudder mounted on the centre line. In more recent years, the name has been used for a fin on a surfboard which improves directional stability and to a moveable… …   Wikipedia


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