suomi-englanti sanakirja

spur englannista suomeksi

  1. kieleke, uloke

  2. sivuraide

  3. kannustaa

  4. kannus

  5. kiihoke, kannustin, yllyke

  6. laittaa kannustimet

  1. kannus

  2. kannustus

  3. kannustin

  4. haara

  5. juuret (monikko) , juuristo

  6. haarake

  7. torajyvävilja

  8. sivuraide

  9. kannustaa

  10. kannustaa, yllyttää

  11. varustaa kannuksilla">varustaa kannuksilla

  12. jälki, jäljet (monikko)

  13. Substantiivi

spur englanniksi

  1. A rigid implement, often roughly y-shaped, that is fixed to one's heel for the purpose of prodding a horse. Often worn by, and emblematic of, the cowboy or the knight.

  2. (meronyms)

  3. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 5)

  4. 1786, Francis Grose, ''A Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons'', page 22:

  5. Two sorts of spurs seem to have been in use about the time of the Conquest, one called a pryck, having only a single point like the gaffle of a fighting cock; the other consisting of a number of points of considerable length, radiating from and revolving on a center, thence named the rouelle or wheel spur.
  6. A jab given with the spurs.

  7. 1832, ''The Atheneum'' (volume 31, page 493)

  8. I had hardly said the word, when Kit jumped into the saddle, and gave his horse a whip and a spur — and off it cantered, as if it were in as great a hurry to be married as Kit himself.
  9. Anything that inspires or motivates, as a spur does a horse.

  10. (RQ:Shakespeare Troilus Q1)

  11. An appendage or spike pointing rearward, near the foot, for instance that of a rooster.

  12. Any protruding part connected at one end, for instance a highway that extends from another highway into a city.

  13. Roots, tree roots.

  14. (RQ:Shakespeare Tempest) the strong-bas'd promontory / Have I made shake; and by the spurs pluck'd up / The pine and cedar (..)

  15. (RQ:Shakespeare Cymbeline)

  16. A mountain that shoots from another mountain or range and extends some distance in a lateral direction, or at angles.

  17. A spiked iron worn by seamen upon the bottom of the boot, to enable them to stand upon the carcass of a whale to strip off the blubber.

  18. A brace strengthening a post and some connected part, such as a rafter or crossbeam; a strut.

  19. The short wooden buttress of a post.

  20. A projection from the round base of a column, occupying the angle of a square plinth upon which the base rests, or bringing the bottom bed of the base to a nearly square form. It is generally carved in leafage.

  21. Ergotized rye or other grain.

  22. A wall in a fortification that crosses a part of a rampart and joins to an inner wall.

  23. A piece of timber fixed on the bilgeways before launching, having the upper ends bolted to the vessel's side.

  24. A curved piece of timber serving as a half to support the deck where a whole beam cannot be placed.

  25. A branch of a vein.

  26. A very short line of a railway line.

  27. A short branch road of a motorway, freeway or major road.

  28. A short thin side shoot from a branch, especially one that bears fruit or, in conifers, the shoots that bear the leaves.

  29. To prod (especially a horse) on the side or flank, with the intent to urge motion or haste, to gig.

  30. 1592, William Shakespeare, ''Richard III'', Act V, Scene III, line 339:

  31. Draw, archers, draw your arrows to the head! Spur your proud horses hard, and ride in blood; Amaze the welkin with your broken staves!
  32. To urge or encourage to action, or to a more vigorous pursuit of an object

  33. (syn)

  34. 1599, William Shakespeare, ''Twelfth Night'', Act III, Scene IV, line 4.

  35. My desire / (More sharp than filed steel) did spur me forth...
  36. (quote-journal)|date=17 November 2014|passage=What is unbearable, in fact, is the feeling, 13 years after 9/11, that America has been chasing its tail; that, in some whack-a-mole horror show, the quashing of a jihadi enclave here only spurs the sprouting of another there; that the ideology of Al Qaeda is still reverberating through a blocked Arab world whose Sunni-Shia balance (insofar as that went) was upended by the American invasion of Iraq.

  37. To put spurs on.

  38. (usex)

  39. To press forward; to travel in great haste.

  40. A tern.

  41. A spurious tone, one that interferes with a signal in a circuit and is often masked underneath that signal.

  42. The track of an animal, such as an otter; a spoor.

  43. (alternative form of).

  44. (RQ:Lyly Mother Bombie)

  45. (RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Comedies and Tragedies)

  46. 1638, Thomas Heywood, "The Rape of Lucrece. A true Roman Tragedy", in ''The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood'', Vol. V, John Pearson, 1874, pages 230 & 231.

  47. (quote)
  48. ''The Pall Mall Magazine'', Vol. 33, 1904, page 435.

  49. (alt form)

  50. sparrow