suomi-englanti sanakirja

plume englannista suomeksi

  1. savuta

  2. sukia

  3. koristautua

  4. pöyhistellä

  5. sulka

  6. patsas

  7. sulkakoriste

  8. kiskoa

  9. koristaa höyhenkoristeella

  1. höyhen, sulka

  2. töyhtö

  3. suihku

  4. pluumi

  5. kiehkura, pörröhäntä

  6. sukia

  7. rehvastella

  8. tupruta

  9. Substantiivi

  10. Verbi

plume englanniksi

  1. A feather of a bird, especially a large or showy one used as a decoration.

  2. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  3. (RQ:Walpole Castle of Otranto)

  4. (quote-journal)|archiveurl=|archivedate=9 October 2020|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=(w)|date=4 August 2020|issn=0027-9358|oclc=1049714034|passage=The most valuable cargo carried by the Titanic wasn't diamonds or gold but 12 cases of ostrich plumes valued at $2.3 million in today's money.

  5. (RQ:Poe Raven)

  6. A cluster of feathers worn as an ornament, especially on a helmet; a hackle.

  7. (RQ:Dryden Iliad)

  8. A token of honour or prowess; that on which one prides oneself; a prize or reward.

  9. (synonyms)

  10. The (l) of a feather, especially when on a pen or the fletching of an arrow.

  11. (short for)

  12. (non-gloss definition)

  13. *(quote-video game)|title=(w)|genre=fiction|Science Fiction|location=Redwood City|publisher=Electronic Arts|year=2017|platform=PC|scene=Elaaden Codex entry|oclc=1261299044|text= Tidal gravitational effects cause plumes of sodium silicate to erupt from Elaaden's core, depositing unusually pure silicon sand across the surface—invaluable for manufacturing high-performance computer hardware.

  14. A cloud formed by a dispersed substance out|fanning out or spreading.

  15. (ux)

  16. An upward spray of mist or water.

  17. An arc of glowing material (chiefly gases) erupting from the surface of a star.

  18. A large and flexible panicle of an inflorescence resembling a feather, such as is seen in certain large ornamental grasses.

  19. (short for)

  20. A part resembling a feather.

  21. The furry tail of certain dog breeds (such as the Samoyed) that curls over their backs or stands erect.

  22. ''More fully'' gill plume: a feathery gill of some crustaceans and molluscs.

  23. To adorn, cover, or furnish with feathers or plumes, or as if with feathers or plumes.

  24. Chiefly of a bird: to arrange and preen the feathers of, specifically in preparation for flight; hence , to prepare for (something).

  25. (RQ:Irving Bracebridge Hall)

  26. (quote-journal)|month=January|year=1854|volume=XIV|page=38|pageurl=|column=2|oclc=247142692|passage=I bless thee that thy angel-presence still infolds me here! / Forgive me, ere thy spirit plumest for the heavenly sphere.

  27. (quote-journal); London: and Blackett|Hurst and Blackett|month=September|year=1870|volume=LXXVI|number=CCCCLIII|page=290|pageurl=|column=1|oclc=828212439|passage=... (biblical figure)|Ruth resembled the dove that plumeth its wings in readiness to fly away and be at rest, in the ark of everlasting peace and joy.

  28. (quote-book)|year=1873|page=37|pageurl=|oclc=557653585|passage=Victor Love—His far dominion / Owneth with proud glance, / See, he plumeth now his pinion, / Wakeneth from his trance; ...

  29. To congratulate (oneself) proudly, especially concerning something unimportant or when taking credit for another person's effort; to self-congratulate.

  30. (RQ:South Twelve Sermons)

  31. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jones)

  32. (RQ:Dickens Christmas Carol)

  33. (RQ:Melville Billy Budd)

  34. (quote-book)|year=1856|page=322|pageurl=|lines=130–133|oclc=9860158|passage=But now thy armour beauteous, / all brass-belaid and sparkling, / Among the Troïans is held: / for motley-helmed Hector / Across his shoulders bearing it / plumeth himself; nor deem I / Long shall he vaunt it; sith alsó / on ''him'' o'erhangeth slaughter.

  35. (RQ:Pyle Robin Hood)

  36. (quote-book)

  37. To strip (a bird) of feathers; to pluck.

  38. (RQ:Bacon Henry )

  39. the king cared not to plume his nobility
  40. 1723, (w), ''Mariamne''

  41. They wou'd have plum'd his eagles on the field
  42. To peel, to strip completely; to pillage; also, to deprive of power.

  43. Of a hawk: to pluck the feathers from prey.

  44. (quote-book)|title=The Plays of William Shakespeare:(nb...)|location=London|publisher=(...) Longman|Thomas Longman,(nb...)|year=1793|volume=VIII|section=Act I, scene i, footnote 3|page=366|pageurl=|oclc=224565638|passage=The hauke ''proineth'' when ſhe fetcheth oyle with her beake over the taile, and anointeth her feet and her fethers. She ''plumeth'' when ſhe pulleth fethers of anie foule and caſteth them from her.

  45. Of a dispersed substance such as dust or smoke: to out or spread in a cloud.

  46. feather

  47. quill

  48. nib, the writing end of a pen or a pen

  49. writer, penman

  50. (inflection of)

  51. (l), feather

  52. (syn)

  53. plum

  54. feather; (l)