stria
noun (plural striae) Etymology: Latin, furrow, channel — more at strike Date: 1563 1. striation 2 2. a stripe or line (as in the skin) distinguished from the surrounding area by color, texture, or elevation — compare stretch marks

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  • stria — STRIÁ, striez, vb. I. tranz. A produce striaţii pe suprafaţa unui obiect. [pr.: stri a] – Din fr. strier. Trimis de claudia, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  STRIÁ vb. v. zimţui. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime  …   Dicționar Român

  • Stria — 〈a. [ʃtri:a] f.; , Stri|ae; Med.〉 Streifen (z. B. Schwangerschaftsstreifen) [lat.] * * * Stria [ ʃt..., st...], die; , Striae [...ɛ; lat. stria = Riefe, Vertiefung; Streifen] (Med.): Streifen (z. B. Dehnungsstreifen in der Haut) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Stria — Stri a, n.; pl. {Stri[ae]}. [L., a furrow, channel, hollow.] 1. A minute groove, or channel; a threadlike line, as of color; a narrow structural band or line; a striation; as, the stri[ae], or groovings, produced on a rock by a glacier passing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stria — s.f. [dal lat. stria riga ]. 1. (archit.) [ciascuno dei caratteristici solchi verticali di una colonna] ▶◀ scanalatura. 2. [riga di colore diverso da quello del fondo: le s. argentee lasciate dalle lumache sulle foglie ] ▶◀ striatura, striscia …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • Stria — [ʃt..., st...] die; , Striae [...ɛ] <aus lat. stria »Riefe, Vertiefung; Streifen«> Streifen (z. B. Dehnungsstreifen in der Haut; Med.) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • stria — (n.) pl. striae, 1560s, from L. stria a furrow, flute of a column; see STRIATION (Cf. striation) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Stria — (lat.), 1) durch Verschiedenheit der Farbe, od. der Masse ausgezeichnete, auf der Oberfläche eines Organs sichtbare Streifen; z.B. Striae irĭdis, s.u. Auge 1) A) f) bb); 2) Streif, eine etwas vertiefte, od. durch abweichende Färbung… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • STRIA — an a stringendo, an quod striga quaedam sit certae cavitatis et eminentiae? Hinc striatae columnae, in quibus strigles, vel striglae sunt canaliculi, seu striarum cavi, ut striae ipsae, ἐξοχαὶ et partes, quae eminebant. Cuiusmodis striis seu… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Stria — 〈a. [ʃtri:a] f.; Gen.: , Pl.: Stri|ae; Med.〉 Streifen (z. B. Schwangerschaftsstreifen) [Etym.: lat.] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • stria — stri·a || straɪə n. thin narrow groove; thin line …   English contemporary dictionary

  • stria — [strī′ə] n. pl. striae [strī′ē] [L: for IE base see STRIKE] 1. a narrow groove or channel 2. any of a number of parallel lines, stripes, bands, furrows, etc.; specif., a) any of the cylindrical fibers in voluntary muscles b) any of the parallel… …   English World dictionary

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