Sculptor

  • 1 sculptor — SCÚLPTOR, sculptori, s.m. Artist care se ocupă cu sculptura. – Din fr. sculpteur, lat. sculptor, oris. Trimis de RACAI, 07.12.2003. Sursa: DEX 98  SCÚLPTOR s. (pop.) săpător, (înv.) cioplitor, scobitor. (sculptor în marmură.) Trimis de siveco,… …

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  • 2 Sculptor — Nombre Latino Sculptor Abreviatura Scl …

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  • 3 Sculptor — Sculp tor, n. [L. sculptor, fr. sculpere, sculptum, to carve; cf. scalpere to cut, carve, scratch, and Gr. ? to carve: cf. F. sculpteur.] 1. One who sculptures; one whose occupation is to carve statues, or works of sculpture. [1913 Webster] 2.… …

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  • 4 sculptor — 1630s, from L. sculptor, agent noun from sculpere (see SCULPTURE (Cf. sculpture)) …

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  • 5 Sculptor [1] — Sculptor (lat.), Sternbild, s. Bildhauerwerkstatt …

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  • 6 Sculptor [2] — Sculptor, ital. Künstlerfamilie, von Bartsch fälschlich Ghisi genannt. Giovanni Battista, geb. 1503 in Mantua, daher Mantovano genannt, gest. daselbst 1575, Schüler von Giulio Romano, war Maler und Bildhauer und soll die Stuckornamente im Palazzo …

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  • 7 Sculptor — Sculptor, Sternbild, s. Bildhauerwerkstätte …

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  • 8 sculptor — ► NOUN (fem. sculptress) ▪ an artist who makes sculptures …

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  • 9 sculptor — [skulp′tər] n. [L < sculpere, to carve in stone, akin to scalpere, to cut: see SCALPEL] 1. a person who models, carves, or otherwise fashions figures or forms of clay, stone, metal, wood, etc.; artist who creates three dimensional… …

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  • 10 Sculptor — Daten des Sternbildes Bildhauer Deutscher Name Bildhauer Lateinischer Name Sculptor Lateinischer Genitiv Sculptoris Lateinische Abkürzung Scl Rektaszension 23h 6m bis 1h 46 Deklinatio …

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  • 11 sculptor — UK [ˈskʌlptə(r)] / US [ˈskʌlptər] noun [countable] Word forms sculptor : singular sculptor plural sculptors art an artist who makes sculptures an exhibition of the sculptor s work …

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  • 12 sculptor — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ celebrated, famous, great, influential, leading, renowned ▪ talented ▪ abstract …

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  • 13 sculptor — [[t]skʌ̱lptə(r)[/t]] sculptors N COUNT A sculptor is someone who creates sculptures …

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  • 14 sculptor —    One who produces sculptures. Tanagra sculptors were called coraplasters (in Greek, cora is a girl, plastein means to sculpt), as they were particularly drawn to representing women. Nearly all of the earlier figurines represented deities.… …

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  • 15 Sculptor — /ˈskʌlptə/ (say skulptuh) noun (genitive Sculptoris /ˈskʌlptərəs/ (say skulptuhruhs)) a constellation in the southern hemisphere, between Cetus and Phoenix. {New Latin, extracted from French l Atelier du Sculpteur the Sculptor s Workshop; coined… …

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  • 16 sculptor — noun Etymology: Latin, from sculpere Date: 1634 an artist who makes sculptures …

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  • 17 sculptor — /skulp teuhr/, n., gen. Sculptoris /skulp tawr is, tohr / for 2. 1. a person who practices the art of sculpture. 2. (cap.) Astron. a southern constellation between Phoenix and Cetus. [1625 35; < L, equiv. to sculp(ere) to carve + tor TOR] * * * …

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  • 18 sculptor — noun A person who sculpts. An artist who produces sculpture. Syn: sculptress …

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  • 19 Sculptor — noun A dim spring constellation of the southern sky. It lies between Aquarius and Phoenix and lies in the direction of the southern pole of the Milky Way …

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  • 20 Sculptor — Scụlptor   [lateinisch], das Sternbild Bildhauer.   …

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