štender

štènder m
DEFINICIJA
reg. postolje na jednoj ili više nogu; stalak
ETIMOLOGIJA
njem. Ständer

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  • Stender — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Ernst Erich Stender (* 1944), deutscher Kirchenmusiker und Organist Friedrich Stender (1714–1796), kurlandischer lutherischer Pastor Hans Stephan Stender (1920–2007), deutscher Radiologe Harald Stender… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Stender — is a surname of Germanic or Nordic origin and may refer to:*Inger Stender (1912 1989), Danish actress *Linda Stender, American politician *Margaret Stender, American businesswomen and marketer …   Wikipedia

  • ştender — şténder s. n., pl. şténdere Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  ŞTÉNDER s. n. suport, stâlp. (< germ. Ständer) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • Stender — 1. Berufsübername zu mnd. stender »Pfosten, Pfahl, der trägt« für einen Zimmermann. 2. Gelegentlich Herkunftsname zu dem Ortsnamen Stendern (Niedersachsen). Thidericus Stendere ist a. 1340 in Hannover bezeugt …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • Stender — Wilhelm P., 19th century Leipzig manufacturer of scientific apparatus. See S. dish …   Medical dictionary

  • stender — sten·der …   English syllables

  • Stender — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stender dish — Sten·der dish sten dər n a small circular glass dish with vertical walls and loosely fitting cover used in laboratories usu. to hold stains, culture media, or specimens Sten·der shten dər Wilhelm P. German manufacturer. Stender was a manufacturer …   Medical dictionary

  • Stender dishes — Sten·der dishes (shtenґdər) [Wilhelm P. Stender, German manufacturer, 19th century] see under dish …   Medical dictionary

  • stender dish — ˈstendə(r) noun Usage: sometimes capitalized S Etymology: after William P. Stender 19th century German manufacturer : a small circular glass dish with vertical walls and loosely fitting cover used in laboratories usually to hold stains, culture… …   Useful english dictionary

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