strig


strig
strȉg m <N mn -ovi>
DEFINICIJA
reg. dvoručne škare kojima se strižu ovce
ETIMOLOGIJA
vidi strići

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  • strig — strig; strig·e·ata; strig·i·dae; strig·i·for·mes; strig·il; strig·i·late; strig·i·la·tor; strig·i·lis; strig·il·lose; strig·o·vite; strig·u·la; strig·e·id; …   English syllables

  • strig — ˈstrig noun ( s) Etymology: perhaps alteration of string (I) 1. a. : the footstalk of a leaf or flower b. dialect England …   Useful english dictionary

  • strig|il — «STRIHJ uhl», noun. 1. a scraper for the skin, used after a bath or gymnastic exercise by the ancient Greeks and Romans. 2. one of a set of curved flutings or reedings, used in Roman architecture. 3. a brushlike part on the legs or abdomen of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stríg — a m (ȋ) 1. striženje: ovce pred strigom okopajo 2. fiz. istočasno delovanje dveh enako velikih nasprotno usmerjenih sil, katerih prijemališči sta v zgornji in spodnji ploskvi telesa: nateg in strig / obremenitev na strig 3. šport. hitra… …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • strig —  the foot stalk of any fruit. S. The strig of a cherry …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • strig — 1) , «a (L). A furrow, streak 2) , i (L). An owl; a furrow …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • strig|i|la|tion — «STRIHJ uh LAY shuhn», noun. vigorous friction with a strigil or the like …   Useful english dictionary

  • strigeid — strig·e·id …   English syllables

  • strigil — strig·il …   English syllables

  • strigula — strig·u·la …   English syllables


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