suomi-englanti sanakirja

white englannista suomeksi

  1. valkoihoinen

  2. valkoinen

  3. valkaista

  4. valkea

  5. valkuainen

  6. maidolla

  7. puhdas

  8. viaton

  9. valkoiset housut

  10. kirkkaan valkoinen

  1. Substantiivi

  2. valkoinen, valkea

  3. valkoinen, valkoihoinen

  4. valkuainen

  5. valkuainen, silmänvalkuainen

  6. kaaliperhonen

  7. valkea

  8. lumi

  9. häränsilmä

  10. valkio

  11. valkoinen

  12. Verbi

white englanniksi

  1. White

  1. Bright and colourless; reflecting equal quantities of all frequencies of visible light.

  2. (ux)

  3. c. 1878, (w), "Holidays"

  4. white as the whitest lily on a stream.


  5. Of or relating to Caucasians, people of European descent with light-coloured skin.

  6. (quote-book)more white corporations cognizant of the mounting purchasing power of the Negro consumer, have Negro representatives in the field(nb..).

  7. (quote-web)

  8. Designated for use by Caucasians.

  9. Relatively light or pale in colour.

  10. Pale or pallid, as from fear, illness, etc.

  11. (RQ:Byron Childe Harold)

  12. Lacking coloration (tan) from ultraviolet light; not tanned.

  13. (syn)

  14. Affected by leucism.

  15. Containing cream, milk, or creamer.

  16. The standard denomination of the playing pieces of a game deemed to belong to the white set, no matter what the actual colour.

  17. Pertaining to an ecclesiastical order whose adherents dress in white habits; Cistercian.

  18. Honourable, fair; decent.

  19. (RQ:Dryden Juvenal Satires)

  20. (quote-book)

  21. (quote-book)| passage=“I’ll put you down at my club; and then, the governor will want to see you in the country.” / Jim had no idea of what was involved in being put down at a club, but he consented. “That ’s mighty white of you, old man, but I don’t know where I shall make down.”

  22. 1916, Julia Frankau, ''Twilight''

  23. He's a fine fellow, this Gabriel Stanton, a white man all through
  24. 1953, (w), ''The Long Goodbye'', Penguin, 2010, p.12:

  25. ‘We've only met twice and you've been more than white to me both times.’
  26. (quote-journal)| year=1976| passage=Even decency has been regarded as a white or Christian attribute, as is evidenced by the expression "that's very white of you"

  27. Grey, as from old age; having silvery hair; hoary.

  28. (RQ:Shakespeare King Lear)

  29. Characterized by freedom from that which disturbs, and the like; fortunate; happy; favourable.

  30. (RQ:Scott Guy Mannering)

  31. Regarded with especial favour; favourite; darling.

  32. c. 1626, (w), ''(w)''

  33. I am his white boy, and will not be gulled.
  34. Pertaining to constitutional or anti-revolutionary parties or movements.

  35. 1932, (w), ''Talleyrand'', Folio Society, 2010, p.163:

  36. Aimée de Coigny had always adopted with enthusiasm the political views of her ruling lover and she had thus already held nearly every shade of opinion from red republicanism to white reaction.
  37. Made from immature leaves and shoots.

  38. Not containing characters; ''see'' space.

  39. Said of a symbol or character outline, not solid, not filled with color. Compare (m).

  40. ''Compare two Unicode symbols: (l) = "WHITE RIGHT POINTING INDEX"; (l) = "BLACK RIGHT POINTING INDEX"''

  41. Characterised by the presence of snow.

  42. Alwhite, pertaining to (w).

  43. {{quote-book|en|date=2015-08-31|author=Albrecht Classen|title=Handbook of Medieval Culture|publisher=Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG|isbn=9783110392920

  44. The color/colour of snow or milk; the colour of light containing equal amounts of all visible wavelengths.

  45. (quote-book)|page=117|text=Not only were the platforms tiled in white, the tunnels were painted white too - to prettify them, and make them less claustrophobic - and the Central proudly issued a postcard of its tunnel-whitening machine.

  46. A person of European descent with light-coloured skin.

  47. {{quote-book|en|title=The New Jim Crow|author=Michelle Alexander|year=2012|ISBN=9781595586438|page=54

  48. Any butterfly of the subfamily Pierinae in the family Pieridae.

  49. White wine.

  50. (quote-song)| composer=(w)| album=(w)| passage=A bottle of red, a bottle of white / It all depends upon your appetite / I'll meet you any time you want / In our Italian Restaurant.

  51. White coffee

  52. Any object or substance that is of the color white.

  53. The albumen of bird eggs (egg white).

  54. The sclera, white of the eye.

  55. (quote-journal)

  56. The ball in cue games.

  57. Cocaine

  58. (quote-song)

  59. *(quote-av)

  60. The snow- or ice-covered "green" in golf.

  61. A white pigment.

  62. ''Venice white''

  63. A white bean

  64. The central part of the butt, which was formerly painted white; the centre of a mark at which a missile is shot.

  65. (RQ:Shakespeare Taming of the Shrew)

  66. The enclosed part of a letter of the alphabet, especially when handwritten.

  67. 1594, (w), ''The Jewell House of Art and Nature'', London, Chapter 38, p.(nbs)42,https://archive.org/details/b30333404

  68. Also it giueth a great grace to your writing, if the whites of certeine letters bee made of one equall bignesse with the o. supposing the same were all round, as the white of the b. of the a. p. y. v. w. x. q. d. g. and s.
  69. 1677, (w), ''The Compleat Servant-Maid'', London: T. Passinger, p.(nbs)18,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A66839.0001.001

  70. (..) the a. b. d. g. o. p. q. &c. (..) must be made with equal whites.
  71. 1931, (w), ''(w)'', Penguin, 1939, Chapter 14, p.(nbs)157,https://archive.org/details/policeatfuneral00alli

  72. She copied the whole alphabet like that, as though only the inside whites of the letters registered on her mind.
  73. A feather, from the wing of the cock ostrich, that is of the palest possible shade.(R:DSAE)

  74. (quote-journal)The whites and blacks come from the male birds, the feminas and drabs from the female, the spadones are the first clipping taken from the young birds and the tails from each.

  75. To make white; to whiten; to bleach.

  76. (RQ:KJV)

  77. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men's bones, and of all uncleanness.
    so as no fuller on earth can white them
  78. (alternative form of)

  79. (inflection of)