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Dwarf in English
abnormally short human, pygmy, midget; small man with magical powers (Folklore) reduce, minimize, miniaturize, make small miniature, tiny, undersized

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Dwarf in Greek
νάνος νανοποιώ, σμικρύνω

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Dwarf in Chinese (s)
矮子; 侏儒 使矮小; 阻碍...的生长; 使显得矮小; 变矮小; 发育不全; 萎缩

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Dwarf in Chinese (t)
矮子; 侏儒 使矮小; 阻礙...的生長; 使顯得矮小; 變矮小; 發育不全; 萎縮

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Dwarf in Arabic
قزم, حيوان صغير, الشيء الصغير قزم, عاق النمو العقلي, جعله يبدو أصغر, صغر قزمي

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Dwarf in Spanish
enano, chaparro, hombrecillo, zaporro dejar enano, achicar

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Dwarf in Russian
карлик, карликовое животное, карликовое растение, гном мешать росту, останавливать развитие, создавать впечатление меньшего размера

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Dwarf in Dutch
dwerg kleiner doen lijken

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Dwarf in Portuguese
anão; homem muito pequeno com poderes mágicos impedir o crescimento; definhar; não medrar

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Dwarf in Turkish
cüce, bodur şey, bodur cüceleştirmek, büyümesini önlemek, bodur kalmak; gölgede bırakmak cüce, bodur, bücür

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Dwarf in Italian
nano; animale nano; pianta nana; (Mitol) gnomo; (Astr) stella nana far sembrare piccolo; (fig) rendere insignificante, sminuire; arrestare la crescita di

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Dwarf in French
nain rapetisser

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Dwarf in German
Zwerg verkümmern lassen; verzwergen

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Dwarf in Japanese
小人; 魔力を持った小人(昔話) 成長を妨げる; 小さく見せる

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Dwarf in Hebrew
גמד להתגמד

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Dwarf in Korean
난쟁이, 비정상적으로 작은 사람; 마력을 가진 난쟁이 (동화) ...을 작게 하다, 줄이다; 작아지다

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Dwarf in Swedish
dvärg förkrympa

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Dwarf in English
Dwarf(s) (Icelandic) [from dvergr, Anglo-Saxon dveorg, German zwerg, Swedish dvarg] Popularly thought to be "little people," in Norse mythology they are described as mindre (which can mean either "smaller" or "less") than human; hence dwarfs may be regarded as creatures smaller than or less evolved than human beings. The word may also connote "middle," which can describe the position of the so-called dwarf kingdoms in our universe.
Among the dwarf names in the Eddas are typical animal characteristics, such as Antlered or Speedy. There are also more general names such as Sindre (vegetation) and Brock (the mineral world). At the formation of our globe earth Sindre and Brock, sons of Ivaldi, regent of the former earth -- now the moon -- created suitable gifts for the gods Odin, Thor, and Frey in competition with Loki and Dvalin (human nature). Their respective gifts were:
Artisans: Sindre and Brock // Loki and Dvalin
for Odin: Draupnir - - - - - - // - - Gungnir for Thor: Mjolnir - - - - - - - // - - Sif's hair for Frey: Gullinbursti - - - - - // - - Skidbladnir
Thus the vegetable and animal world produce for Odin the cyclic progression of events, for Thor electric power and life force, and for Frey (the earth deity) the golden boar (earth) on which he rides through space; the gifts of Loki (intelligence) and Dvalin (unawakened human soul) are: for Odin the spear which never fails its mark (spiritual will), for Thor they restore the golden hair of Sif (the harvest, spiritual and material), and for Frey the ship which contains all seeds of life but which can be folded up like a kerchief when its age is over.


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\dwarf\ (?), n.; pl. dwarfs (#). [oe. dwergh, dwerf, dwarf, as. dweorg, dweorh; akin to d. dwerg, mhg. twerc, g. zwerg, icel. dvergr, sw. & dan. dverg; of unknown origin.] an animal or plant which is much below the ordinary size of its species or kind; especially, a diminutive human being.
note: during the middle ages dwarfs as well as fools shared the favor of courts and the nobility.
note: dwarf is used adjectively in reference to anything much below the usual or normal size; as, dwarf tree; dwarf honeysuckle.
dwarf
elder (bot.), danewort.
dwarf
wall (arch.), a low wall, not as high as the story of a building, often used as a garden wall or fence.
dwarf
\dwarf\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. dwarfed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. dwarfing.] to hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt. even the most common moral ideas and affections would be stunted and dwarfed, if cut off from a spiritual background. c. shairp.
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\dwarf\, v. i. to become small; to diminish in size. strange power of the world that, the moment we enter it, our great conceptions dwarf.

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DWARF is a widely used, standardized debugging data format. DWARF was originally designed along with Executable and Linkable Format (ELF), although it is independent of object file formats. The name is a medieval fantasy complement to "ELF" that has no official meaning, although the backronym 'Debugging With Attributed Record Formats' was later proposed.

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Dwarf may refer to:
  • Dwarf (Germanic mythology), a being from Germanic mythology and folklore
  • A person or animal with dwarfism

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Noun
1. a person who is abnormally small
(synonym) midget, nanus
(hypernym) small person
(hyponym) primordial dwarf, hypoplastic dwarf, true dwarf, normal dwarf
2. a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man; lives in the depths of the earth and guards buried treasure
(synonym) gnome
(hypernym) fairy, faery, faerie, sprite
(hyponym) Nibelung
Verb
1. make appear small by comparison; "This year's debt dwarves that of last year"
(synonym) shadow, overshadow
(hypernym) dominate, command, overlook, overtop
(derivation) midget, nanus
2. check the growth of; "the lack of sunlight dwarfed these pines"
(hypernym) stunt
(derivation) midget, nanus


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This is a very favorable dream. If the dwarf is well formed and pleasing in appearance, it omens you will never be dwarfed in mind or stature. Health and good constitution will admit of your engaging in many profitable pursuits both of mind and body.

To see your friends dwarfed, denotes their health, and you will have many pleasures through them.

Ugly and hideous dwarfs, always forebodes distressing states.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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abhac m.; firín

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Corach = n. a dwarf, pigmy Cordderw = n. dwarf oak Coren = n. female dwarf Corig = n. a little dwarf Crepa = n. a crabbed dwarf Gwrachell = n. a puny dwarf Gwrachen = n. a crabbed dwarf Llegyrn = n. a dwarf Llogwrn = n. a pigmy, a dwarf

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(v. t.)
To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt.
   (v. i.)
To become small; to diminish in size.
   (n.)
An animal or plant which is much below the ordinary size of its species or kind; especially, a diminutive human being.
  

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kobsu

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The Children of Aulë.
"Baruk Khazâd! Khazâd aimênu!"
("Axes of the Dwarves! The Dwarves are upon you!" - The battle-cry of the Dwarves; from The Lord of the Rings Appendix F I, Of Other Races: Dwarves)
Unlike Elves and Men, the Dwarves are not Children of Ilúvatar; they were created by Aulë the Smith, though Ilúvatar granted them life. Aulë made seven Fathers of the Dwarves, and these slept through many ages until after the Awakening of the Elves. Almost all the Dwarves that appear in Tolkien's works were descended from the eldest of the Seven Fathers, Durin the Deathless.
Like Aulë their maker, the Dwarves delighted in smithcraft and stoneworking; they mined and worked metals throughout the mountains of Middle-earth. The Dwarves kept themselves apart from the other races; their language, Khuzdul, was a closely guarded secret, and they told their true names to none but themselves (all the Dwarf-names in Tolkien are in the tongues of Elves or Men, not true Dwarf names).
Origins of the Dwarves: The first Dwarves were made long ages ago by Aulë the Smith. He had dimly perceived the coming Children of Ilúvatar, and desired to make Children of his own to teach his many skills and arts.
Aulë's work was doomed, though, because he did not have the power to grant independent life to his creations - that power belonged to Ilúvatar alone. When the Dwarves were completed, though, the voice of Ilúvatar spoke to Aulë and agreed to grant them true life, and include them in His plan for Arda. Ilúvatar would not allow the Dwarves to awaken, though, until after the Firstborn (the Elves), and so Aulë set them to sleep far apart from one another, deep underground, until the time came for their awakening.
The History of the Dwarves Before the First Age: Ilúvatar promised Aulë that he would awaken the Fathers of the Dwarves 'when the time comes'. We must assume that he did so shortly after the Awakening of the Elves at Cuiviénen (very approximately between 9,000 and 10,000 years before the beginning of the First Age).
It seems that not long passed after their awakening before Durin the Deathless, eldest of the Fathers, founded Khazad-dûm (later called Moria) in the Misty Mountains. Certainly it was well established as their chief citadel by the time the first Dwarves crossed the Blue Mountains into Beleriand. This event is dated only as 'during the second age of the Captivity of Melkor', which would place it (approximately) between 3,000 and 6,000 years before the beginning of the First Age.
The Dwarves had no settlement in Beleriand itself, but they built two mighty citadels in the Blue Mountains; Gabilgathol to the north and Tumunzahar to the south. These fortress-cities are better known by the Elvish versions of their names; Belegost and Nogrod. The Dwarves also laid the long road that ran westwards out of the Blue Mountains and along the course of the River Ascar, crossing into East Beleriand at Sarn Athrad.
The Dwarves in Beleriand: For the Elves dwelling Beleriand, the first appearance of the Dwarves in the Blue Mountains was a startling revelation - until that time, the Elves had thought themselves the only speaking peoples in the World.
Throughout the long ages, the Elves and Dwarves developed a mutual respect which, if not quite friendship, was far from enmity. After their return to Middle-earth at the beginning of the First Age, the Noldor became closest in friendship with the Dwarves - both peoples revered Aulë, and both had a love of craft and making that made them natural allies.
Of all the Elves of Beleriand, though, it was not a Noldo but a Sindarin Elf who became most trusted and respected by the Dwarves. This was Eöl, the Dark Elf of Nan Elmoth, who travelled often to the Dwarf-cities in the Blue Mountains, and who took also his son Maeglin during his youth.
(Continued in Dwarves 2 - next entry).

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a lean or emaciated person (Lev. 21:20).

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Dwarf in Greek
νάνος

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(Lex**) νάνος

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Ουσ. νάνος
Ρημ. κάνω μικρό, σμικρύνω, "νανοποιώ"

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Dwarf in Esperanto
adj. liliputa

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nana, nano, vireto

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Dwarf in Afrikaans
dwerg

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Dwarf in Chinese (s)

[dw0:f] n.侏儒,矮小的植物v.阻碍…的正常发育

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dwarf apple 山荆子

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[E] dwarf (n) [P] anão (m) [C] 矮子

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Dwarf in Luxembourgish
nm - Zwerg (pl. Zwergen)

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Dwarf in Interlingua
n (masc.) nano; (fem.) nana; v render minuscule per contrasto

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Dwarf in Arabic

N
قزم نبات او حيوان او نجم صغير نسبياً
VT
يقزم
I
يصغر

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اسْم : قزَمٌ
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فِعْل : يُقَزِّم . يعوق النموّ . يجعله يبدو أصغر . يُحَجِّم

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قَزَم [ج: أَقْزام] قَزَمُ ليفي - لوران قَزَمٌ طَيرِيُّ الرَّأْس

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ألاسم

قَزَم

الفعل

حَجَّمَ


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Dwarf in Visayan
enano

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Dwarf in Czech
trpaslík, zakrnělý, zakrnět

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Dwarf in Estonian
kääbus, härjapõlvlane, päkapikk

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Dwarf in Indonesian
cebol

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mengkerdilkan
my child #04

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cebol, cebol

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kerdil, stunted, small-minded
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Dwarf in Spanish
v.- eclipsar | superar | empequeñecer | miniaturizar | reducir | minimizars.- enano - sumamente pequeño | miniatura | miniaturización | empequeñecimiento | reducción | minimización

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avetorillo plomizo (Anoa depressicornis) anoa (Physalis pruinosa) alquequenje, capulí (Sambucus ebulus) actea, yezgo, mundillo, sauquillo, aralia (Pinus mugo) pino negro (Rubus chamaemorus) frambuesa rosada (Gomphrena globosa) amaranto redondo Enanos de las islas. Término derogativo empleado por los chinos para referirse a los japoneses, que habitan una nación insular. El caracter japonés wa o yamato (que es el nombre más antiguo documentando para designar el actual "Japón") derivaba de un caracter chino (wo o wei) que los chinos utilizaban en el sentido de "enano, inferior". Los japoneses no se darían cuenta de ello hasta el siglo VIII, cuando cambiarían el caracter por otro que se pronuncia igual pero que significa "armonía".

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(n.) = enano.
Ex: Such speculations carried ad infinitum are given concrete form in giants, and the enchantments of elves and dwarfs, and the magic of runes and spells.
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* dwarf shrew = musaraña enana.
* dwarf variety = variedad enana.
* Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs = Blancanieves y los siete enanitos.
(v.) = empequeñecer, hacer parecer pequeño, eclipsar.
Ex: The author forecasts that the global market for intranet technologies will dwarf the Internet by the turn of the century.


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enano

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Dwarf in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
карлик
2) карликовое животное, растение
3) [миф.] гном №_2.: [adj.] карликовый №_3.: [v.]
1)
мешать росту
2) подчёркивать незначительность (чего-л) по контрасту, затмевать

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(v) уменьшать; уменьшить (n) гном; карлик

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карлик

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1. n. 1. карлик 2. карликовое животное или растение 3. миф. гном 2. a. карликовый 3. v. 1. мешать росту; останавливать развитие 2. создавать впечатление меньшего размера; the little cottage was dwarfed by the surrounding elms - маленький коттедж казался еще меньше из-за окружающих его высоких вязов

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Dwarf in Papiamento
enano

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Dwarf in Dutch
dwergachtig, minuscuul

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Dwarf in Portuguese
eclipsar, ofuscar, apequenar, superar grandemente
Livros de IK

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ANÃO

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anão

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[astronomia] s. anã (estrela), f. [magia] anão

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Dwarf in Norwegian
dverg

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Dwarf in Turkish
cüce

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cüce,küçük göstermek, gölgede birakmak

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i. cüce. f. 1. cüceleştirmek. 2. küçük göstermek. s. cüce, bodur.

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cüce

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CÜCE

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i. cüce. f. 1. cüceleştirmek. 2. küçük göstermek. s. cüce, bodur.

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cüce,v.cüce et:n.cüce

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Dwarf in Thai
vt. ด๊อบฟ์ อย่าอ่านเป็น ดว้อบฟ์ (TOEFL)
1. ขัดขวาง ทำให้ไม่โตไปกว่านี้ (เลี้ยงบอนไซ)
2. ทำให้ดูเล็กไปเลย เมื่อเอามาเทียบกัน

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(ดวอร์ฟ) n. คนแคระ,สัตว์หรือพืชที่เตี้ยแคระ,เทวดาเตี้ยมีอัปลักษณ์และมีอำนาจมาก(ในนิทาน). -adj. แคระ. vt. ทำให้แคระ,ทำให้แกร็น.vi. เตี้ยเล็กลง,แกร็น. คำศัพท์ย่อย: dwarfishly adv. ดูdwarf dwarfishness n. ดูdwarf

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แคระ,คนที่เตี้ยะแคระผิดธรรมดา

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Dwarf in Vietnamese

[dwɔ:f]

◊ tính từ

▪ lùn, lùn tịt; nhỏ xíu; còi cọc

◊ danh từ

▪ người lùn, con vật lùn, cây lùn

▪ (thần thoại,thần học) chú lùn (trong thần thoại các nước Bắc-âu)

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ làm lùn tịt; làm cọc lại, làm còi cọc

▪ làm có vẻ nhỏ lại

◦ the little cottage is dwarfed by the surrounding trees : những cây bao quanh làm cho túp lều nhỏ bé trông càng có vẻ nhỏ hơn



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Dwarf in Italian
nano

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Dwarf in Romanian
pitic;planta sau animal pipernicit

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I. 1. pitic
2. planta (sau) animal pipernicit
II. 1. a impiedica (sau) a opri cresterea / dezvoltarea (cu gen.)
2. a micsora, a face sa para mai mic

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(th) mic, pitic
  

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pitic; a micsora; a reduce

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pitic; planta sau animal pipernicit

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Dwarf in Catalan
adj nan, nanet, petitet

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Dwarf in Polish
(pl dwarves ) karzeł m vt he was dwarfed by a huge desk wydawał się bardzo mały w porównaniu z wielkim biurkiem

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karzeł, krasnoludek

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Dwarf in French
dwarf1 [dwC:f]
1n (person) & Myth nain, f naine.
2adj (plant, tree) nain.

dwarf2 vt
(a)empêcher (quelqu'un, quelque chose) de croître; rabougrir (une plante);
(b)rapetisser (par contraste);
tower that dwarfs the main building, tour dont la hauteur écrase le corps de bâtiment;
the church is dwarfed by the skyscraper, l'église est écrasée par le gratte-ciel.

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nain

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Dwarf in Bulgarian
човече; пигмей; джудже; гном; дребен;

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[dwЈ:f] n 1. джудже, мъниче; малко/дребно растение/животно; 2. {2} [dwЈ:f] а малък, дребен; недоразвит.{3} [dwЈ:f] v 1. спирам/прекъсвам развитието на; 2. правя да из

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[dwo:f] n 1. джудже, мъниче; малко/дребно растение/животно; 2. мит. гном, пигмей. [dwo:f] а малък, дребен; недоразвит. [dwo:f] v 1. спирам/прекъсвам развитието на; 2. правя да изглежда малък/дребен/нищожен.

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Dwarf in Croatian
patuljak

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kepec

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Dwarf in German
Zwerg

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Dwarf in Persian
كوتوله‌، قدكوتاه‌، كوتوله‌ شدن‌، كوتاه‌ جلوه‌ دادن‌

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كوتوله، كوتوله شدن، كوتاه جلوه دادن، قدكوتاه

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قدکوتاه ،کوتوله شدن ،کوتاه جلوه دادن
روانشناسى : کوتوله
 کلمات مرتبط(4)  کلمات مرتبط(dwarf):



بازگشت به واژه dwarf


dwarf bulkhead 
 dwarf dud 
dwarf star 
 white dwarf 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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كوتوله‌ ، قدكوتاه‌ ، كوتوله‌ شدن‌ ،كوتاه‌ جلوه‌ دادن‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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ِ¢گ¢ ùَّ› ù‘—ّîٹ ِ¢ھ ùَّ—ّî ٹ ù‘—ّî¢ى ٹ ùَّ—ّî

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Dwarf in Hungarian
akadályozza vminek a növését, eltörpít

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törpe

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törpe

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Dwarf in Hebrew
(ש"ע) דוורף. יצור גמדי במיתולוגיה הסקנדינבית.

Dictionary source: English Hebrew Paganism Dictionary
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Dwarf in Serbian
Patuljak-Kepec

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Dwarf in Albanian
xhuxh

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xhuxh

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Dwarf in Mongolian
n. 1. одой хїн, тарваган хїн. 2. давжаа мал/ ургамал.

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одой, одой хүн, тарваган хүн, давжаа мал/ургамал

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Dwarf in Swedish
dvärg

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Dwarf in Urdu
n. baaliSHtiya(m.)/podna(m.)

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n.
بونا- ناٹا- ٹھنگنا- بالشتيا
v. a.
ٹھٹھرا دينا- بڑھنے نہ دينا


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Dwarf in Slovak
pritlikavec, škrat; pritlikav; zaostajati v rasti, zasenčiti, prekositi

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Dwarf in Ukrainian
(n) гном; карлик

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