eksati

ȅksati dv. <prez. -am, pril. sad. -ajūći, pril. pr. -āvši, gl. im. -ānje>
DEFINICIJA
ETIMOLOGIJA
vidi eks

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  • éksati — am dov. in nedov. (ẹ̑) pog. izpiti v dušku do dna (kozarca): rad eksa; na to se eksa …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • eksirati — eksírati (što) dv. <prez. èksīrām, pril. sad. ajūći, pril. pr. āvši, prid. trp. èksīrān, gl. im. ānje> DEFINICIJA razg. (is)piti u jednom gutljaju, dahu, nadušak, (is)piti na eks; eksati ETIMOLOGIJA vidi eks …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • éksanje — a s (ẹ̑) glagolnik od eksati: napitnica se je vrstila za napitnico, eksanje za eksanjem …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • ASHKENAZI, SOLOMON — (c. 1520–1602), Turkish physican and diplomat; born in Udine, northern Italy. His father Nathan apparently belonged to the basevi family, the name Ashkenazi indicating German origin. After studying medicine at Padua, Solomon went to Cracow, where …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • OTTOMAN EMPIRE — OTTOMAN EMPIRE, Balkan and Middle Eastern empire started by a Turkish tribe, led by ʿUthmān (1288–1326), at the beginning of the 14th century. This entry is arranged according to the following outline: sources …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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