Ker
biographical name William Paton 1855-1923 British scholar

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  • ker — ker·a·lan; ker·a·sin; ker·a·ter·pe·ton; ker·a·tin; ker·a·tin·i·za·tion; ker·a·tin·ize; ker·a·ti·tis; ker·a·to·conjunctivitis; ker·a·to·der·ma; ker·a·to·gen·ic; ker·a·tog·e·nous; ker·a·toid; ker·a·toi·dea; Ker·a·tol; ker·a·tol·y·sis;… …   English syllables

  • Ker — or KER may refer to:* Ker, family name of the Dukes of Roxburghe * ker, in mathematics, an abbreviation of kernel * KER, airport code of Kerman, Iran * Ker, singular of Keres (Greek mythology) * Ker, king of the Libyans * Ker, Azerbaijan, a… …   Wikipedia

  • Ker — Ker, bei botan. Namen für John Bellenden Ker (Gawler ), engl. Gärtner und Botaniker. Schrieb: »Strelitzia depicta« (Lond. 1818); »Iridearum genera« (Brüssel 1827) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • ker — ● ker nom masculin Noyau d un homomorphisme de groupe, d anneau ou d espace vectoriel. (Notation Ker f.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • kér- — ⇒KÉR(A) , KÉRAT(O) , (KÉR , KÉRA , KÉRAT , KÉRATO )élém. formant Élém. tiré du gr. , « corne, matière cornée », entrant dans la constr. de subst. et d adj. appartenant au vocab. sav. V. aussi céro /cérat(o) . A. CHIM., MINÉR. : kérargyre, subst.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ker- — U.S. slang prefix, by 1836 as che , 1843 as ker , possibly from influence of Ger. or Du. ge , past participial prefix; or ultimately echoic of the sound of the fall of some heavy body …   Etymology dictionary

  • Ker — (Myth.), s. Keren …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • ker — kȇr m <N mn kȅrovi> DEFINICIJA reg. [i] (+ srp.)[/i] 1. pas općenito 2. lovački pas ETIMOLOGIJA v. kerber …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • ker- Ⅰ — *ker germ., Verb: nhd. morsch werden; ne. rot (Verb); Hinweis: s. *kernō; Etymologie: s. ing. *g̑er , *g̑erə , *g̑rē , Verb, reiben, morsch werden, reif werden, altern, Poko …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • ker- Ⅱ — *ker germ., Verb: nhd. schallen, tönen; ne. sound (Verb); Rekontruktionsbasis: ahd.?; Hinweis: s. *kērjan, *kerzan; Etymologie: idg. *ger (2), Verb, schreien, tönen, knar …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • ker- Ⅲ — *ker germ., Verb: Verweis: s. *kar …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

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