Sin

  • 121şinəməg — (İmişli, Sabirabad, Ucar) bax şinəmax (1, 2 ci məna). – Uşağı oxərtənə işdətmisən, şinəyib tay (İmişli); – Ə:, nə şinəmisən, dimirəm ged öyə (Ucar) …

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  • 122Sin La — Infobox Mountain Pass Name = Sin La Photo = Caption = Elevation = 5495 m. Location = IND Range = Himalaya Coordinates = Topographic Transversed by =Sin La (el. 5495 m.) is a high Himalayan mountain pass located in the eastern Kumaun in… …

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  • 123Şinəbənd — Infobox Settlement name =Şinəbənd settlement type=Municipality native name = pushpin pushpin mapsize =300 subdivision type = Country subdivision name = flag|Azerbaijan subdivision type1 = Rayon subdivision name1 =Lerik leader title = leader name …

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  • 124Şin — Infobox Settlement name =Şin settlement type=Municipality native name = pushpin pushpin mapsize =300 subdivision type = Country subdivision name = flag|Azerbaijan subdivision type1 = Rayon subdivision name1 =Shaki leader title = leader name =… …

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  • 125sin — A moral category going beyond that of simple wrongdoing by its implications of evil, disobedience, depravity, stain, and wickedness . Sin therefore requires atonement, penitence, and self abasement. The abjection and lack of self respect implied… …

    Philosophy dictionary

  • 126sin — [OE] Sin comes from a prehistoric Germanic *sunjō, a close relative of which produced German sünde, Dutch zonde, and Swedish and Danish synd ‘sin’. It is not altogether clear what its ultimate origins were, but it has been linked with Latin sōns… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 127sin — ISO 639 3 Code of Language ISO 639 2/B Code : sin ISO 639 2/T Code : sin ISO 639 1 Code : si Scope : Individual Language Type : Living Language Name : Sinhala …

    Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • 128sin' — sino, sin ит. [си/но], [син] до (предлог) ◊ sin al segno [син аль сэ/ньо] дознака …

    Словарь иностранных музыкальных терминов

  • 129SIN —    tends to be understood in the West exclusively in the sense of the transgression of divine commandments. In COMPARATIVE RELIGION it has the much wider meaning of any departure from a divinely instituted order. Sin can only be moral if and when …

    Concise dictionary of Religion

  • 130sin —    to copulate extramaritally    Literally, to commit a forbidden act but, since St Paul s obsession with that particular wrongdoing, used of any activity which is taboo sexually:     Most dangerous    In that temptation that doth goad us on… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 131šin — šȉn3 (sȉn) m DEFINICIJA 1. lingv. dvadeset i prvo slovo hebrejskog alfabeta 2. pov. u hebrejskom obilježavanju brojeva oznaka za broj 300 ETIMOLOGIJA hebr. šīn: zub …

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  • 132sin — n 1. transgression, trespass, violation; impiety, impiousness, profaneness, profanity, profanation, blasphemy; desecration, sacrilege, irreverence, irreli giousness; deviltry, ungodliness, godlessness; nefari ousness, flagitiousness, heinousness …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 133sin's — cas·sin s; rous·sin s; …

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  • 134sin — 1. noun 1) a sin in the eyes of God Syn: wrong, act of wickedness, transgression, crime, offence, misdeed 2) the human capacity for sin Syn: wickedness, wrongdoing, evil, immorality …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 135sin — [sɪn] noun [C/U] I an action, thought, or way of behaving that is wrong according to religious laws the sin of pride/greed[/ex] II verb [I] sin [sɪn] to do something that is wrong according to religious laws …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 136sinəcü — (İsmayıllı) bax sinəçi. – Boyunduruğa sinəcünü keçirt …

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  • 137sin — I. /sɪn / (say sin) noun 1. transgression of divine law. 2. an act regarded as such transgression, or any violation, especially a wilful or deliberate one of some religious or moral principle. 3. any serious transgression or offence. –verb… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 138sinþa- — Ⅰ s. sinþa Ⅰ germ., stark. Maskulinum (a); nhd. Gänger, Gefährte, Begleiter, Genosse; Ⅱ s. sinþa Ⅱ germ., stark. Maskulinum (a); s. senþa ; …

    Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • 139sinþaz — s. sinþa Ⅰ; s. sinþa Ⅱ; s. senþa ; …

    Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • 140sinəbənd — f. sinə bağı (qadınların sinələrinə taxdıqları bəzək) …

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