grain englannista suomeksi
tulla rakeiseksi, rakeistaa
jyvä, kide, rae, jyvänen
hitunen, hiukkanen, hiven
nahan karvaton puoli, nahaksen karvaton puoli
syyn suunta, pintakuviointi, syy
tehdä rakeinen pinta
A single seed of grass food crops.
A linear texture of a material or surface.
A single particle of a substance.
A very small unit of weight, in England equal to (frac) of an ounce troy, 0.0648 grams or, to be more exact, 64.79891 milligrams (0.002285714 avoirdupois ounce). A grain or grain is (frac) carat or 50 milligrams. The old French grain was (frac) livre or 53.11 milligrams, and in the ''mesures usuelles'' permitted from 1812 to 1839, with the livre redefined as 500 grams, it was 54.25 milligrams.
A former unit of gold purity, also known as ''carat grain'', equal to (frac) "carat" (karat).
A region within a material having a single crystal structure or direction.
A reddish dye made from the coccus insect, or kermes; hence, a red color of any tint or hue, as crimson, scarlet, etc.; sometimes used by the poets as equivalent to purple.
(ante) Quoted by Coleridge, preface to ''Aids to Reflection'':
- (..) doing as the dyers do, who, having first dipped their silks in colours of less value, then give them the last tincture of crimson in grain.
Temper; natural disposition; inclination.
- brothers (..) not united in grain
To feed grain to.
To make granular; to form into grains.
To soften leather.
To yield fruit.
An iron fish spear or harpoon, with a number of points half-barbed inwardly.
4 May 1770, Stephen Forwood (gunner on HM Bark Endeavour|H.M. Bark ''Endeavour''), ''journal'' (quoted by Parkin (page 195)
- ''Served 5 lb of fish per man which was caught by striking with grains ''
A blade of a sword, knife, etc.
a small amount, a bit