Ás·lákr


Ás·lákr
m. propr.
Аслак (мужское имя)

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • lakr̀dija — lakr̀dij|a ž 1. {{001f}}knjiž. scenski komad koji se osniva na apsurdnim šaljivim situacijama; podvrsta komedije 2. {{001f}}pren. a. {{001f}}groteskna, neukusna šala [praviti ∼u od...]; ludorija b. {{001f}}prazne riječi ⃞ {{001f}}zbijati ∼e… …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • alacrity — [ə lakrɪti] noun brisk and cheerful readiness. Origin ME: from L. alacritas, from alacer brisk …   English new terms dictionary

  • lachrymal — [ lakrɪm(ə)l] (also lacrimal or lacrymal) adjective 1》 formal or literary connected with weeping or tears. 2》 (lacrimal) Physiology & Anatomy concerned with the secretion of tears. noun (lacrimal or lacrimal bone) …   English new terms dictionary

  • lachrymation — [ˌlakrɪ meɪʃ(ə)n] (also lacrimation or lacrymation) noun literary or Medicine the flow of tears. Origin C16: from L. lacrimatio(n ), from lacrimare weep …   English new terms dictionary

  • lachrymator — [ lakrɪˌmeɪtə] (also lacrimator) noun chiefly Medicine a substance that irritates the eyes and causes tears to flow …   English new terms dictionary

  • lachrymatory — [ lakrɪməˌt(ə)ri] (also lacrimatory) adjective technical or literary relating to or containing tears. noun (plural lachrymatories) a phial of a kind found in ancient Roman tombs and thought to be a lachrymal vase. Origin C17: from L. lacrima tear …   English new terms dictionary

  • lachrymose — [ lakrɪməʊs, z] adjective 1》 tearful. 2》 inducing tears; sad. Derivatives lachrymosely adverb lachrymosity noun Origin C17 (in the sense like tears ): from L. lacrimosus, from lacrima tear …   English new terms dictionary

  • allochroous — əˈläkrəwəs, aˈ adjective Etymology: Greek allochroos changed in color, from all + chroa, chroia color, skin; akin to Greek chrōs skin more at grit : changing color …   Useful english dictionary

  • lachrymist — ˈlakrəmə̇st noun ( s) Etymology: Latin lacrima, lacruma tear + English ist archaic : one given to weeping …   Useful english dictionary

  • lacrimale — ˌlakrəˈma(ˌ)lē, mā( , mä( noun ( s) Etymology: New Latin, from neuter singular of Medieval Latin lacrimalis lachrymal more at lachrymal : the point where the posterior edge of the lacrimal bone intersects the fronto lacrimal suture …   Useful english dictionary

  • lacrimando — |läkrə|män(ˌ)dō, |lak adjective (or adverb) Etymology: Italian, literally, weeping, lamenting, from Latin lacrimandus, gerundive of lacrimare to weep, shed tears : doloroso, lamenting …   Useful english dictionary


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