cist
noun Etymology: Welsh, chest, from Latin cista Date: 1804 a neolithic or Bronze Age burial chamber typically lined with stone

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  • čist — čȉst prid. <odr. ī, komp. čȉšćī/čìstijī> DEFINICIJA 1. koji je bez neželjenih mrlja ili tragova čega [čiste ruke], opr. nečist, prljav 2. kojemu nepotrebno nije primiješano, koji ne sadrži ništa suvišno [čista vuna] 3. koji je neispisan… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • cist — sepulchral chest or chamber, 1804, in some cases from L. cista, from Gk. kiste box, chest (see CHEST (Cf. chest)); in some cases from Welsh cist in cist faen stone coffin, the first element of which is from the Latin word …   Etymology dictionary

  • Cist — Cist, n. [L. cista box, chest, Gr. ? Cf. {Chest}.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Antiq.) A box or chest. Specifically: (a) A bronze receptacle, round or oval, frequently decorated with engravings on the sides and cover, and with feet, handles, etc., of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cist — [sist; ] also for 1 [, kist] n. [L cista < Gr kistē (see CHEST); CIST sense 1 via Welsh kist faen, lit., stone coffin] 1. a prehistoric tomb made of stone slabs or hollowed out of rock 2. in ancient times, a box or chest, esp. one containing… …   English World dictionary

  • cist- — (var. «cisto ») Elemento prefijo del gr. «kýstis», vejiga: ‘cistitis, cistoscopio, cistotomía, quiste’. * * * altcist , cisti , cisto /alt ► Prefijos y sufijo, respect., procedentes del gr. kýstis, vejiga …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • cist — Mot Monosíl·lab Nom masculí …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • cist — v. cisto . Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN …   Dicționar Român

  • cist — ab·a·cist; aero·dy·nam·i·cist; an·gli·cist; at·ti·cist; ax·i·o·mat·i·cist; bel·li·cist; bib·li·cist; celt·i·cist; cist; clas·si·cist; cy·ber·net·i·cist; ec·u·men·i·cist; em·pir·i·cist; en·er·get·i·cist; ep·i·cist; eu·gen·i·cist; ex·or·cist;… …   English syllables

  • Cist — For the Mediterranean flower, see Cistaceae. For the American Civil War general, see Henry M. Cist. For a sac of tissue in the body, see Cyst. Kistvaen on the southern edge of Dartmoor in Drizzlecombe (England) showing the capstone and the inner… …   Wikipedia

  • číst — a o stil. ó prid., čistéjši (ȋ ȋ) 1. ki je brez umazanije, prahu: čisti čevlji; čista posoda; obleči čisto srajco; čiste ulice; vse je pospravljeno in čisto / otroci so siti in čisti / čist planinski zrak; splakniti perilo v čisti vodi /… …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • CIST — Le CIST ou Cavigal Sofball International Trophy est un tournoi de softball féminin et masculin. Sommaire 1 Présentation 2 Historique 3 Edition 2010 4 Edition 2009 …   Wikipédia en Français

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