gale

  • 1 GALE — Parasitose humaine, la gale est due à un acarien: Sarcoptes scabiei . La femelle creuse un sillon dans la couche cornée de l’épiderme de la peau de son hôte. Elle y est fécondée puis pond ses œufs dans une logette située à l’extrémité de ce… …

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  • 2 Gale — ist der Name folgender Orte: Galepsos (Chalkidike), antiker Ort auf der Halbinsel Chalkidike, Griechenland in den Vereinigten Staaten: Gale (Idaho) Gale (Illinois) Gale (Indiana) Gale (Kalifornien) Gale (New York) Gale (Pennsylvania) Gale (West… …

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  • 3 gale — GALE. s. f. Especes de pustulles qui viennent sur la peau, & qui sont ordinairement accompagnées de demangeaison. Grosse gale. gale seche. gale de chien. vieille gale. donner la gale à quelqu un. prendre, gagner la gale …

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  • 4 Gale — (g[=a]l), n. [Prob. of Scand. origin; cf. Dan. gal furious, Icel. galinn, cf. Icel. gala to sing, AS. galan to sing, Icel. galdr song, witchcraft, AS. galdor charm, sorcery, E. nightingale; also, Icel. gj[=o]la gust of wind, gola breeze. Cf.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Gale's — is a UK brand of Honey and Lemon curd, marketed by Premier Foods. History The brand was first produced in 1919 in London. Advertising A jingle used to advertise the honey was: Gales, Gales pass the honey please, think about the honey, think about …

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  • 6 galė — galė̃ sf. (4) [K] galia, jėga: Dirbk, kiek išneša galė rš. Nebuvo nei galės, nei valės S.Dauk. Lapės kalba teip patiko varnai, jog ji, išplėtusi kakarinę, sukrankė iš visos galės (ps.) Blv. Jis turi didelę gãlę Žlb. Galė̃s nėra šulinį įsitaisyti …

    Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • 7 Gale — Gale, v. i. [AS. galan. See 1st {Gale}.] To sing. [Obs.] Can he cry and gale. Court of Love. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Gale — Gale, n. [AS. gagel, akin to D. gagel.] (Bot.) A plant of the genus {Myrica}, growing in wet places, and strongly resembling the bayberry. The sweet gale ({Myrica Gale}) is found both in Europe and in America. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 gale — [geıl] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from Norwegian galen bad ] 1.) a very strong wind ▪ a severe gale. it s blowing a gale BrE (=it s very windy) 2.) a gale/gales of laughter a sudden loud sound of laughter …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 10 Gale — Gale, n. [OE. gal. See {Gale} wind.] A song or story. [Obs.] Toone. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 Gale — Gale, n. [Cf. {Gabel}.] The payment of a rent or annuity. [Eng.] Mozley & W. [1913 Webster] {Gale day}, the day on which rent or interest is due. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 gale — gale1 [gāl] n. [prob. < Scand, as in Shetland Is. dial. galder, howling wind, OIce gal, a howling: for IE base see YELL] 1. a) a strong wind b) Meteorol. a wind ranging in speed from 32 to 63 miles per hour: see the Beaufort scale in the… …

    English World dictionary

  • 13 Gale — Gale, v. i. (Naut.) To sale, or sail fast. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14 gale — [ geıl ] noun count 1. ) a very strong wind: It s blowing a gale (=there is a strong wind). 2. ) a sudden loud noise of people laughing: Gales of laughter floated up from the apartment below …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 gale — galè adv. pagaliau: Galè jau sutemo Jrk25 …

    Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • 16 Gale — (spr. Gehl), Thomas, geb. 1642 zu Seruton in Yorkshire u. st. 1709 als Dechant in York; er gab heraus: Historiae poeticae antiqui scriptores, Par. 1675; Hist. anglicanae scriptores V, Oxf. 1687, Fol.; Hist. britannicae, saxonicae et anglodanicae… …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 17 Gale — f English: variant spelling of GAIL (SEE Gail) …

    First names dictionary

  • 18 gale — galé s. n. vas de flori ornat după stilul Liberty de la începutul sec XX. (din fr. gallé) Trimis de blaurb, 10.04.2006. Sursa: MDN …

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  • 19 gale — storm at sea, 1540s, from gaile wind, origin uncertain, perhaps from O.N. gol breeze, or O.Dan. gal bad, furious (often used of weather), from O.N. galinn bewitched. Or perhaps it is from O.E. galan to sing (the second element in nightingale), or …

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  • 20 galé — s. f. 1.  [Tipografia] Peça quadrangular, com barras em três lados, na qual o compositor assenta as linhas de uma folha, que se vai imprimir. 2.  [Marinha] Antiga embarcação de vela e remos. • s. m. 3. Indivíduo condenado a trabalhar nas galés… …

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