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  • 1 DAGR

    (gen. dags, dat. degi; pl. dagar), m.
    1) day;
    at kveldi skal dag leyfa, at eventide shall the day be praised;
    dagr kemr upp í austri, sezt í vestri, the day rises in the east, sets in the west;
    öndverðr dagr, the early day, forenoon;
    miðr dagr, midday;
    hallandi dagr, declining day;
    at kveldi dags, síð dags, late in the day;
    sannr sem dagr, true as day;
    í dag, today;
    á (or um) daginn, during the day;
    sama dags, the same day;
    annan dag, the next day;
    annars dag, another day;
    hindra dags, the day after, tomorrow;
    dag frá degi, hvern dag frá öðrum, from day to day;
    dag eptir dag, day after day;
    nótt ok dag, night and day;
    dögunum optar, more times than there are days, over and over again;
    á deyjanda degi, on one’s death-day;
    2) pl., days, times;
    ef aðrir dagar (better days) koma;
    góðir dagar, happy days;
    3) esp. pl., lifetime;
    á dögum e-s, um daga e-s, in the days of, during or in the reign of;
    eptir minn dag, when I am dead (gaf honum alla sína eign eptir sinn dag);
    mátti hann eigi lengr gefa en um sína dagi, than for his lifetime;
    ráða (taka) e-n af dögum, to put to death.
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    m., irreg. dat. degi, pl. dagar: [the kindred word dœgr with a vowel change from ó (dóg) indicates a lost root verb analogous to ala, ól, cp. dalr and dælir; this word is common to all Teutonic dialects; Goth. dags; A. S. dag; Engl. day; Swed.-Dan. dag; Germ. tag; the Lat. dies seems to be identical, although no interchange has taken place]
    I. a day; in different senses:
    1. the natural day:—sayings referring to the day, at kveldi skal dag leyfa, at eventide shall the day be praised, Hm. 80 ; allir dagar eiga kveld um síðir; mörg eru dags augu, vide auga; enginn dagr til enda tryggr, no day can be trusted till its end; allr dagr til stefnu, Grág. i. 395, 443, is a law phrase,—for summoning was lawful only if performed during the day; this phrase is also used metaph. = ‘plenty of time’ or the like: popular phrases as to the daylight are many—dagr rennr, or rennr upp, and kemr upp, the day rises, Bm. 1; dagr í austri, day in the east, where the daylight first appears; dagsbrún, ‘day’s brow,’ is the first streak of daylight, the metaphor taken from the human face; lysir af degi, it brightens from the day, i. e. daylight is appearing; dagr ljómar, the day gleams; fyrir dag, before day; móti degi, undir dag, about daybreak; komið at degi, id., Fms. viii. 398; dagr á lopti, day in the sky; árla, snemma dags, early in the morning, Pass. 15. 17; dagr um allt lopt, etc.; albjartr dagr, hábjartr d., full day, broad daylight; hæstr dagr, high day; önd-verðr d., the early day = forenoon, Am. 50; miðr dagr, midday, Grág. i. 413, 446, Sks. 217, 219; áliðinn dagr, late in the day, Fas. i. 313; hallandi dagr, declining day; at kveldi dags, síð dags, late in the day, Fms. i. 69. In the evening the day is said to set, hence dag-sett, dag-setr, and dagr setzt; in tales, ghosts and spirits come out with nightfall, but dare not face the day; singing merry songs after nightfall is not safe, það kallast ekki Kristnum leyft að kveða þegar dagsett er, a ditty; Syrpuvers er mestr galdr er í fólginn, ok eigi er lofat at kveða eptir dagsetr, Fas. iii. 206, Ísl. Þjóðs. ii. 7, 8: the daylight is symbolical of what is true or clear as day, hence the word dagsanna, or satt sem dagr, q. v.
    2. of different days; í dag, to-day, Grág. i. 16, 18, Nj. 36, Ld. 76, Fms. vi. 151; í gær-dag, yesterday; í fyrra dag, the day before yesterday, Háv. 50; í hinni-fyrra dag, the third day; annars dags, Vígl. 23, Pass. 50. I; hindra dags, the hinder day, the day after to-morrow, Hm. 109; dag eptir dag, day after day, Hkr. ii. 313; dag frá degi, from day to day, Fms. ii. 230; hvern dag frá öðrum, id., Fms. viii. 182; annan dag frá öðrum. id., Eg. 277; um daginn, during the day; á dögunum. the other day; nótt ok dag, night and day; liðlangan dag, the ‘life-long’ day; dögunum optar, more times than there are days, i. e. over and over again, Fms. x. 433; á deyjanda degi, on one’s day of death, Grág. i. 402.
    β. regu-dagr, a rainy day: sólskins-dagr, a sunny day; sumar-dagr, a summer day; vetrar-dagr, a winter day; hátíðis-dagr, a feast day; fegins-dagr, a day of joy; dóms-dagr, the day of doom, judgment day, Gl. 82, Fms. viii. 98; hamingju-dagr, heilla-dagr, a day of happiness; gleði-dagr, id.; brúðkaups-dagr, bridal-day; burðar-dagr, a birthday.
    3. in pl. days in the sense of times; aðrir dagar, Fms. i. 216; ek ætlaða ekki at þessir dagar mundu verða, sem nú eru orðnir, Nj. 171; góðir dagar, happy days, Fms. xi. 286, 270; sjá aldrei glaðan dag (sing.), never to see glad days.
    β. á e-s dögum, um e-s daga eptir e-s daga, esp. of the lifetime or reign of kings, Fms.; but in Icel. also used of the lögsögumaðr, Jb. repeatedly; vera á dögum, to be alive; eptir minn dag, ‘after my day,’ i. e. when I am dead.
    γ. calendar days, e. g. Hvíta-dagar, the White days, i. e. Whitsuntide; Hunda-dagar, the Dog days; Banda-dagr, Vincula Petri; Höfuð-dagr, Decap. Johannis; Geisla-dagr, Epiphany; Imbru-dagar, Ember days; Gang-dagar, ‘Ganging days,’ Rogation days; Dýri-dagr, Corpus Christi; etc.
    4. of the week-days; the old names being Sunnu-d. or Drottins-d., Mána-d., Týs-d., Öðins-d., Þórs-d., Frjá-d., Laugar-d. or Þvátt-d. It is hard to understand how the Icel. should be the one Teut. people that have disused the old names of the week-days; but so it was, vide Jóns S. ch. 24; fyrir bauð hann at eigna daga vitrum mönnum heiðnum, svá sem at kalla Týrsdag Óðinsdag, eðr Þórsdag, ok svá um alla vikudaga, etc., Bs. i. 237, cp. 165. Thus bishop John (died A. D. 1121) caused them to name the days as the church does (Feria sccunda, etc.); viz. Þriði-d. or Þriðju-d., Third-day = Tuesday, Rb. 44, K. Þ. K. 100, Ísl. ii. 345; Fimti-d., Fifth-dayThursday, Rb. 42, Grág. i. 146, 464, 372, ii. 248, Nj. 274; Föstu-d., Fast-day = Friday; Miðviku-d., Midweek-day = Wednesday, was borrowed from the Germ. Mittwoch; throughout the 12th and 13th centuries, however, the old and new names were used indiscriminately. The question arises whether even the old names were not imported from abroad (England); certainly the Icel. of heathen times did not reckon by weeks; even the word week (vika) is probably of eccl. Latin origin (vices, recurrences). It is curious that the Scandinavian form of Friday, old Icel. Frjádagr, mod. Swed.-Dan. Fredag, is A. S. in form; ‘Frjá-,’ ‘Fre-,’ can hardly be explained but from A. S. Freâ-, and would be an irregular transition from the Norse form Frey. The transition of ja into mod. Swed.-Dan. e is quite regular, whereas Icel. ey (in Frey) would require the mod. Swed.-Dan. ö or u sound. Names of weekdays are only mentioned in Icel. poems of the 11th century (Arnór, Sighvat); but at the time of bishop John the reckoning by weeks was probably not fully established, and the names of the days were still new to the people. 5. the day is in Icel. divided according to the position of the sun above the horizon; these fixed traditional marks are called dags-mörk, day-marks, and are substitutes for the hours of modern times, viz. ris-mál or miðr-morgun, dag-mál, há-degi, mið-degi or mið-mundi, nón, miðr-aptan, nátt-mál, vide these words. The middle point of two day-marks is called jafn-nærri-báðum, in modern pronunciation jöfnu-báðu, equally-near-both, the day-marks following in the genitive; thus in Icel. a man asks, hvað er fram orðið, what is the time? and the reply is, jöfnubáðu miðsmorguns og dagmála, half-way between mid-morning and day-meal, or stund til (to) dagmála; hallandi dagmál, or stund af ( past) dagmálum; jöfnu-báðu hádegis og dagmúla, about ten or half-past ten o’clock, etc. Those day-marks are traditional in every farm, and many of them no doubt date from the earliest settling of the country. Respecting the division of the day, vide Pál Vídal. s. v. Allr dagr til stefnu, Finnus Johann., Horologium Island., Eyktamörk Íslenzk (published at the end of the Rb.), and a recent essay of Finn Magnusson.
    II. denoting a term, but only in compounds, dagi, a, m., where the weak form is used, cp. ein-dagi, mál-dagi, bar-dagi, skil-dagi.
    III. jis a pr. name, Dagr, (freq.); in this sense the dat. is Dag, not Degi, cp. Óðinn léði Dag (dat.) geirs síns, Sæm. 114.
    COMPDS: dagatal, dagsbrun, dagshelgi, dagsljós, dagsmark, dagsmegin, dagsmunr.

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  • 2 JAFN

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    a.
    1) even; jöfn tala, even number;
    2) equal, the same; þínar (viz. ferðir) verða flestar jafnastar, thy doings are mostly the same, all equally bad; hann var ellefu vetra ok sterkr at jöfnum aldri, and strong for his age; jafn e-m, equal to one; jafnt er sem þér sýnist, af er fótrinn, it is just as it appears to thee, the leg is off; komast til jafns við e-n, hafa e-t til jafns við e-n, to equal one, be one’s match in a thing; at jöfnu, equally, in equal shares.
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    adj., also spelt jamn, f. jöfn, neut. jafnt, often spelt as well as proncd. jamt; compar. jafnari, superl. jafnastr: [Ulf. ibns, Luke vi. 17; A. S. efen; Engl. and Dutch even; old Fr. ivin; O. H. G. eban; mod. Germ. eben; Dan. jevn; Swed. jemn; akin to Lat. aequus by interchange of palatal and labial, see Grimm’s Dict. s. v. eben]:—even, equal, but, like Lat. aequus, mostly in a metaph. sense, for sléttr (q. v.) answers to Lat. planus; often followed by a dat., jafn e-u, equal to a thing, in comparison:
    I. equal, equal to; jöfn eyri (dat.) gulls, K. Þ. K. 72; jafn Guði, equal to God; jafn mér, passim.
    2. equal, the same; enda er jöfn helgi hans meðan hann ferr svá með sér, Grág. i. 93; ella er jöfn sök við hann fram á leið, 322; at ek verða jafn drengr í hvert sinn, Sd. 188; þínar verða flestar jafnastar, thy acts are mostly the same, i. e. all bad, Fms. viii. 409.
    3. fixed, unchanged; með jafnri leigu, jöfnum kaupum, jöfnum skildaga, Rétt. 2. 7, Stat. 264, Fb. ii. 137; hann var ellefu vetra eðr tíu, ok sterkr at jöfnum aldri, and strong for his age, Eg. 188, 592; eiga þeir jöfnum höndum (see hönd) allt þat er þeir taka, Grág. ii. 66.
    4. even, even-tempered; jafn ok úmíslyndr, Mar.: of numbers, jöfn tala, even in tale, equal, opp. to odda-tala, Alg. 356.
    II. neut. jafnt or jamt, almost adverbially, equally, just; jafnt utan sem innan, Grág. i. 392: as, just as, ok hafa eitt atferli báðar jamt, both together, both alike, Fms. xi. 137; jafnt er sem þér sýnisk (‘tis as it appears, indeed), af er fótrinn, Nj. 97; jafnt þrælar sem frjálsir menn, Fms. i. 113: jamt sem, just as, equally as; jafnt sem í fjórðungs-dómi, jamt skal eiga féránsdóm eptir fjörbaugs-mann sem eptir skógar-mann, Grág. i. 87; skal hann láta virða fé þat jamt sem úmaga-eyri, 189; menn skulu svá sakir hluta, jamt sem á alþingi, 122; jafnt hefir komit er þú spáðir, it has happened just as thou didst foretel, Niðrst. 8: ellipt., ok skal hann þá jamt (sem þeir) allri bót upp halda, Grág. ii. 182.
    2. temp. at the same time, just; ek skíri þik, ok nefna barn, í nafni Föður, ok drepa barninu í vatn um sinn jafnt fram fyrir sik, and dip the bairn each time info the water, K. Þ. K. 10: just, precisely, in the very moment, þat var jamt Jóla-aptan sjálfan er þeir börðusk, Fms. xi. 15; jamt í því hann stakaði. 133.
    3. adverb., at jöfnu, equally, in equal shares, Fms. xi. 131.
    4. til jafns, vóru þeir engir at né eina íþrótt hefði til jafns við hann, Nj. 46; halda til jafns við e-n, Ld. 40; komask til jafns við e-n, Fb. i. 261.
    B. COMPDS:
    I. such a, so … a; Karvel jafn-frægum dreng, so fine a fellow as K., Karl. 103; er þat skömm jafn-mörgum mönnum, ‘tis a shame for so many men, Gísl. 51: with the particle sem, jafn-ungr sem hann var, young as he was, i. e. so young as he was for his age, Vápn. 5; vel hafi þér mínu máli komit, jafn-úvænt sem var, Þiðr. 136; kvað þat ekki hæfa á jafn-mikilli hátið sem ( in such a feast as) í hönd ferr, Fb. i. 376; at eigi skyldi Hugon keisari yfir þá stíga jafn-reiðr sem hann varð þeim, Karl. 478; undraðisk hón hversu fríðr ok fagr hann var jafn-gamall maðr ( for his age), Stj. 225; mikill maðr ertú þó Þórir, jafn-gamall, Ó. H. 176; Þórir Oddsson var sterkastr jafn-gamall, Gullþ. 4.
    II. mod. phrases such as, það er jafngott fyrir hann, it serves him right; hann er jafngóðr fyrir því, it won’t hurt him; or honum er það jafn-gott, it will do him good, serve him right; vera jafn-nær, to be equally near, i. e. none the better; hann fór jafnnær, it was all of no use.
    III. in countless COMPDS (esp. adjectives) with almost any participle or adverb, rarely with verbs and nouns, and denoting equal, as, the same, as seen from the context often followed by a dat., e. g. jafn-gamall e-m, of the same age as another person:—of these compds only some can be noticed: jafn-aldri, a, m. one of the same age, Fms. i. 13, vii. 199, Bs. i. 179, Eg. 25, 84. jafn-auðigr, adj. equally wealthy, Band. 2: equally happy, hann setr hund sinn jafnaudigan okkr undir borði, Bjarn. 27. jafn-auðsær, adj. as perspicuous, Eluc. 41. jafn-auðveldr, adj. as easy, Ld. 78. jafn-ágætr, adj. as good, as noble, Nj. 129. jafn-ákafr, adj. as impetuous, Fms. xi. 137. jafn-beinn, adj. as straight, Sturl. i. 196. jafn-berr, adj. equally bare, Fas. i. 67. jafn-bitinn, part. evenly bitten or grazed, of a field, Gþl. 407. jafn-bitr, jafn-beittr, adj. as sharp, keen. jafn-bjartr, adj. as bright, Nj. 208: neut., Sks. 69. jafn-bjóða, bauð; j. e-m, to be a match for one, Finnb. 260: to be equal to, contest on equal terms with one, Fms. ii. 27, vii. 22; gripr betri en þeim peningum jafnbjóði, 655 xxx. 10. jafn-blíðr, adj. equally mild, Fær. 154. jafn-borinn, part. of equal birth, Ld. 332, Fms. x. 79 (v. l.), Gþl. 133; j. til e-s, having equal birthright to, Fms. vii. 8, x. 407. jafn-brattr, adj. as steep. jafn-brátt, n. adj. as soon, at the same moment, Hom. 114. jafn-breiðr, adj. equally broad, Edda 28, Gþl. 355. jafn-búinn, part. equally ‘boun’ or armed, Fms. ii. 165: ready, prepared, Stj. jafn-deildr, part. equally shared, Hom. 148. jafn-digr, adj. as stout, Sturl. iii. 63. jafn-djúpr, adj. as deep. jafn-djúpvitr, adj. as deep-scheming, Orkn. 214, Hkr. iii. 95. jafn-drengilegr, adj. as gallant, Ísl. ii. 446. jafn-drjúgdeildr, part. going as far, of stores, Sturl. i. 166. jafn-drjúgr, adj. keeping as long, Sturl. i. 216, Rb. 18. jafn-dýrligr, adj. equally splendid, Bs. i. 454. jafn-dýrr, adj. as costly, glorious, of the same price, K. Þ. K. 28, Nj. 56, Grett. 104 A, N. G. L. i. 150, 348. jafn-dægri, n. (mod. jafndægr), the equinox, both dægr (q. v.) being equally long, Edda 103, Rb. 454, 456, 472, and passim: equal length, of day and night, Fb. i. 539; see eykt. jafn-dæmi, n. equal judgment, justice, Fms. vi. 431, Pr. 413. jafn-dæmr, adj. just, giving equal judgment, Rb. 364. jafn-einfaldr, adj. as simple, guileless, Hom. 50. jafn-fagr, adj. as fair, Nj. 112. jafn-fallegr, adj. as handsome. jafn-fastr, adj. equally firm, Grág. i. 7, K. Þ. K. 166: as adv., Fms. x. 270, Finnb. 338. jafn-fáir, adj. as few. jafn-feigr, adj. as fey. jafn-feitr, adj. as fat. jafn-fimlega, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as alert, Fms. ii. 273. jafn-fimr, adj. as alert, Fær. 272, Hkr. i. 291, v. l. jafn-fjær, adv. as far. jafn-fjölmennr, adj. with as many men, Nj. 222. jafn-flatt, n. adj.; fara j., to fare so ill, Fms. vi. 379; see flatr. jafn-fljótr, adj. as swift. jafn-fram, adv. equally forward, side by side: with dat., jafnfram skipi Rúts, Nj. 8: locally, of places, over against, (= gegnt and gagn-vart, q. v.); with dat., er hann kom jafnfram Borgund, Hkr. ii. 309; j. Eiðsvelli, Vermá, Fms. ix. 408; j. gagntaki konungs sonar, j. boðanum, vii. 170, ix. 387 (v. l.): as adv., standa jafnfram, to stand evenly, in a straight line; standa allir j. fyrir konungs borðinu, i. 16, Eg. 581, Nj. 140, Rb. 466, Sturl. iii. 244: temp. at the same moment, of two things happening together, Fms. vi. 24; þeir riðu til þings jafnfram Skeggja, Þórð. 18 new Ed.; hann ferr ávalt jafnfram í frásogn æfi Guðs-sonar, follows parallel in the story, 625. 83: in equal share, taka arf j., Gþl. 248; at the same time, also, hugsa þat j., at the same time consider, Stj. 156; jafnfram sem, jafnfram ok, as soon as, Karl. 158, Pr. 413. jafn-framarla, -framar, -liga, adv. as forward, as far, just as well, Ld. 254, Bs. i. 778. jafn-frammi, adv. = jafnframt, Sks. 364, Sturl. i. 32: temp., Fms. iii. 218. jafn-framt, adv. = jafnfram, Háv. 42: temp., Sturl. i. 1: along with, with dat., Pass. viii. 9: equally, in the same degree, Ld. 62. jafn-fríðr, adj. as fair, Fms. i. 8: as valuable, K. Þ. K. 172. jafn-frjáls, adj. equally free, Fas. iii. 8. jafn-frjálsliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as freely, as liberally, Hkr. i. 78. jafn-fróðr, adj. as wise, as knowing, Sks. 544. jafn-frægr, adj. as famous, Fas. i. 277. jafn-frækn, adj. equally gallant, Edda. jafn-fullr, adj. as full, Grág. i. 20, 68, Gþl. 477. jafn-fúinn, adj. equally rotten, jafn-fúss, adj. equally willing, Sturl. i. 190. jafn-færr, adj. as able, Nj. 97. jafn-fætis, adv. on equal footing; standa j. e-m, Sturl. ii. 134, Hkr. ii. 153. jafn-gamall, adj. of the same age, Ld. 108, Fms. i. 60, xi. 96. jafn-geði, n. evenness of temper, Sks. 435. jafn-gefinn, part. equally given to, Fas. i. 268. jafn-gegnt, adv. just opposite to, Sks. 63, Fms. ix. 463; see gegnt. jafn-girnd, f. and jafn-girni, f. fairness, equity, Sks. 273, 639, Hom. 17. jafn-gjarn, adj. as eager, Hom. 19: as equitable, Sks. 355, Hom. 135, Karl. 495. jafn-gjarna (- gjarnliga), adv. as willingly, as readily, Fms. iii. 45 (v. l.), ix. 508, Stj. jafn-glaðr, adj. as glad, as cheerful, Eb. 88: neut., mér er ekki jafnglatt sem áðr, Fas. i. 106. jafn-glöggt, n. adj. as clearly, Bs. i. 352. jafn-góðr, adj. equally good, as good, Nj. 18, Eg. 54, Gþl. 233, N. G. L. i. 347, Dipl. v. 16: unhurt, none the worse, see (II) above. jafn-góðviljaðr, adj. with equally good will, Stj. 629. jafn-grannr, adj. equally thin. jafn-grimmliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as fiercely, Th. jafn-grimmr, adj. as fierce, Sks. 79. jafn-grunnr, adj. as shallow. jafn-gæfr, adj. as meek, Rb. 397. jafn-göfigr, adj. as good, as famous, Sturl. iii. 11, Bs. i. 133. jafn-görla, adv. as clearly, Grág. i. 299, Fms. ii. 171, Fas. i. 271. jafn-hafðr, part. equally used, N. G. L. i. 249. jafn-hagliga, adv. as skilfully, Krók. 53. jafn-hagr, adj. as skilful in handiwork, Nj. 147. jafn-harðr, adj. as hard, as severe, Nj. 79: neut. jafn-hart, as fast, Fas. iii. 488: jafn-harðan, adv. instantly. jafn-harðsnúinn, part. as hard-twisted, as tight, Nj. 79. jafn-hár, adj. as high, as tall, as loud, Rb. 112, 474, Fas. ii. 79: of metre, see hár (I. 3), Fms. vi. 386, Skálda 182, 190: neut., Stj. 79. jafnhátta-góðr, adj. as well-mannered, Ld. 174. jafn-heilagr, adj. as holy, as inviolable, Sks. 674, Grág. i. 90. jafn-heill, adj. as hale, as whole, Eg. 425, v. l. jafn-heimoll, adj. equally open to use, Eg. 47, Ld. 70, Gþl. 214, 353: equally bound, 57. jafn-heimskr, adj. equally stupid, Fms. ii. 156, Sd. 178. jafn-heitr, adj. as hot, Sks. 540. jafn-hentr, adj. as well fitted, Sturl. i. 196. jafn-hlær, adj. equally snug, Rb. 440. jafn-hollr, adj. equally sincere, Orkn. 166. jafn-hógværliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as meekly, Krók. 36. jafn-hógværr, adj. as gentle. jafn-hraustr, adj. as valiant, Fms. ii. 356, Krók. 51. jafn-hryggr, adj. as distressed, Hkr. iii. 269. jafn-hugaðr, adj. even-tempered, Sks. 24: of one mind, 300: as daring. jafn-hvass, adj. as sharp, Ld. 306: blowing as hard. jafn-hvatr, adj. as bold, as quick, Sturl. i. 112, v. l. jafn-hvítr, adj. equally white. jafn-hæðiligr, adj. (-liga, adv.), as ridiculous, Fas. iii. 91. jafn-hægr, adj. equally easy, ready, meek, Fms. ii. 106, Fær. 69, Grág. i. 264, ii. 257. jafn-hættr, adj. as dangerous, Sks. 540. jafn-höfigr, adj. as heavy, Rb. 102, Edda 38. jafn-ílla, adv. as badly, Fms. viii. 140 (v. l.), Ísl. ii. 181. jafn-ílliligr, adj. (-liga, adv.) as ill-looking, Fas. ii. 207. jafn-íllr, adj. equally bad, Grág. ii. 145, Fas. ii. 513. jafn-kaldr, adj. as cold, Sks. 215. jafn-keypi, n. an equal bargain, Fs. 25. jafn-kominn, part. on even terms, Sks. 455: neut. an even match, jafnkomit er á með ykkr, ye are well-matched, Nj. 59; hann kvað jafnkomit með þeim fyrir aldrs sakir, Fms. iii. 76; jafnkomnir til erfðar, with equal title to, Grág. i. 304; jafnkomnir til fyrir ættar sakir, Fms. i. 220; jafnkomnir at frændsemi, Ísl. ii. 315. jafn-kosta, adj. well-matched, good enough, of wedlock, Stj. 204. jafn-kostgæfinn, adj. equally painstaking, Bs. i. 681. jafn-krappr, adj. as straight, narrow; í jafnkrappan stað, in such a strait, Ld. 168. jafn-kringr, adj. equally dexterous, Sks. 381. jafn-kristinn, adj. a fellow Christian, Jb. 92, Barl. 44. jafn-kunnigr, adj. as well known, Grett. 162 A: knowing as well. jafn-kunnr, adj. as well known, Hom. 90. jafn-kurteis, adj. as courteous, Sturl. i. 165. jafn-kyrr, adj. as quiet. jafn-kýta, t, with dat. = jafnyrða. jafn-kænn, adj. as ‘cunning,’ as well versed, Stj. 561. jafn-kærr, adj. as dear, as beloved, Fms. i. 215, xi. 319. jafn-langr, adj. as long, equally long, Fms. xi. 376, Gþl. 350, 355, Ísl. ii. 219, Grág. i. 406, Edda 138 ( of the same length): neut., en ef þær segja jafnlangt, if they say both the same, Grág. i. 7. jafn-lágr, adj. equally low. jafn-leiðr, adj. equally loathed, Fms. viii. 240. jafn-leiki, n. = jafnleikit. jafn-leikit, n. part. an equal game, Fms. xi. 131. jafn-lendi, n. a level, even piece of ground, Eg. 584. jafn-lengd, f. ‘even-length,’ the return to the same time in the next day, week, month, year, etc.: of a day, til jafnlengdar annars dags, Grág. ii. 16, Stj. 49; þann sama dag tók Gormr konungr sótt, ok andaðisk annan dag at jafnlengdinni, Fms. i. 119, Fas. ii. 30, 37: of a year, anniversary, skal eigi brullaup vera fyrr en at jafnlengd, Grág. i. 311; tíu aurar sé leigðir eyri til jafnlengdar (a year’s rent), 390; at jafnlengd it síðasta, 487; eigi síðarr en fyrir jafnlengd, Fms. xi. 397; halda hátíð at jafnlengdum, Greg. 13, Hom. 98; jafnlengdar-dagr, 129, Fms. v. 214, Dipl. v. 8; jafnlengdar hátíð, an anniversary, Greg. 13. jafn-lengi, adv. as long, Grág. i. 423, Fms. iii. 9, MS. 732. 7. jafn-léttmæltr, adj. equally easy, just as pleasant in one’s speech, Fms. vii. 227. jafn-léttr, adj. as light, as easy, Sturl. iii. 90: neut. (adverb.), Kjartani var ekki annat jafn-létthjalat, K. liked not to speak of anything so much, Ld. 214. jafn-léttvígr, adj. as ready in wielding arms, Sturl. iii. 90. jafn-liða, adj. with an equal number of men, Eb. 144. jafn-liga, adv. equally, fairly; sýnisk mér eigi j. á komit, Bs. i. 531, Vm. 169; skipta j., Fb. ii. 300: perpetually, all along, always, usually, Fms. i. 191, x. 88, 89, Dipl. v. 8, Rb. 348, 472, Stj. 77. jafn-ligr, adj. equal, fair, Hkr. ii. 149, Háv. 57, Eg. 488; er þat miklu jafnligra, a more equal match, Fms. vii. 115. jafn-líkligr, adj. as likely, Sturl. iii. 7, Lv. 77. jafn-líkr, adj. as like, Lv. 58, Fas. ii. 478: equal, alike, j. sem hornspónar efni, Bs. i. 59. jafn-lítill, adj. as little, Fas. iii. 487. jafn-ljóss, adj. as bright, Bret. 62. jafn-ljótr, adj. as ugly, Fms. iv. 175. jafn-ljúfr, adj. as willing. jafn-lygn, adj. as ‘loun,’ as calm, of the wind. jafn-lyndi, n., fem. in Mar. 848; evenness of temper, Stj., Fagrsk. 132, Bs. i. 141, Mar. passim. jafn-lyndr, adj. even-tempered, Fms. vi. 287, viii. 447 (v. l.) jafn-lýðskyldr, adj. equally bound, as liegemen, Sks. 270. jafn-lærðr, adj. as learned. jafn-magr, adj. equally meagre. jafn-maki, a, m. an equal, a match, Sks. 22, 255. jafn-mannvænn, adj. equally promising, Þorf. Karl. 382. jafn-margr, adj. as many, Nj. 104, Grág. ii. 210, 403, Fms. i. 152, ii. 34. jafn-máttugr, adj. as mighty, Fms. ii. 157, Eluc. 6. jafn-máttuligr, adj. equally possible, 655 xxii. B. jafn-menni, n. an equal, a match, Ld. 132, Ísl. ii. 358, Fms. vi. 345, vii. 103. jafn-menntr, adj. of equal rank, Hrafn. 10. jafn-merkiligr, adj. equally dignified, Bs. i. 148. jafn-mikill, adj. as great, Grág. ii. 264, 403, Fms. i. 1, Gþl. 363: equally big, tall, Fms. x. 202, Nj. 11: neut. as much, Fms. vii. 240, Skálda 168. jafn-mildr, adj. as mild, as gracious, Rb. 366. jafn-minnigr, adj. having as good a memory, Bs. i. 681. jafn-mjúkliga, adv. as meekly, as gently, Lv. 50. jafn-mjúkr, adj. equally soft. jafn-mjök, adv. as much, as strongly, Grág. ii. 140, Skálda 168. jafn-myrkr, adj. equally dark, Skálda 209. jafn-mæli, n. fair play, equality, Fb. i. 407, Fms. vi. 206, Grág. i. 88, 200, Ld. 258, H. E. i. 247, Karl. 99. jafn-naumr, adj. as close. jafn-náinn, adj.; j. at frændsemi, equally near akin, Grág. i. 171, ii. 67, Eb. 124, Ísl. ii. 315, (jafnan, Ed.) jafn-nær, mod. jafn-nærri, adv. equally near: loc., er Ólafs mark j. báðum, Fms. vii. 64, 268, Sks. 63, 216: as near, at honum væri úvarligt at láta jafnmarga heiðna menn vera j. sér, Fms. ii. 34: equally near (by birth), i. 123: metaph., eigi hefir honum jafnnærri gengit újafnaðr þeirra sem mér, Sturl. iii. 238: also jafn-nær, adj. equally nigh, not a whit the better, see (II) above. jafn-nætti, n. the equinox, 673. 54, Stj. 15. jafn-oki, a, m. = jafnmaki, an equal, a match for one, Sks. 22: a play-fellow, Stj. 497, Þiðr. 213. jafn-opt, adv. as often, Nj. 211, Rb. 566, Grág. i. 186. jafn-ótt, adj., neut. as adv., at the same, time, immediately. Pass. 20. 2: one after another, taka e-ð jafnótt og það kemr. jafn-rakkr, adj. as strong, as straight, Ld. 168. jafn-ramr, adj. as mighty, as great a wizard, Vþm. 2. jafn-rangr; adj. as wrong. jafn-ráðinn, part. equally determined, Grett. 149. jafn-reiðr, adj. equally angry, Háv. 52. jafn-rétti, n. an equal right. jafnréttis-maðr, m. a man with equal right, N. G. L. i. 31. jafn-réttr, adj. as right, as lawful, Edda 93, Grág. i. 18: of equal authority, Hkr. iii. 79. jafn-réttvíss, adj. equally just, Sks. 670. jafn-rífligr, adj. (-liga, adv.), as large, Lv. 75. jafn-ríkr, adj. as rich, equally mighty. jafn-rjóðr, adj. as ruddy, Hkr. i. 102. jafn-rúmr, adj. equally large, Bjarn. jafn-ræði, n. an equal match, Fms. ii. 22, Glúm. 350, Nj. 49, Gþl. 215. jafn-röskr, adj. as brisk, as quick, Fms. iii. 225, vi. 96. jafn-saman, adv.; fyrir þessa hugsan alla jafnsaman, all at once, all together, Fms. i. 185, Ld. 326, Ó. H. 46, Stj. 86, 121, Barl. 191. jafn-sannr, adj. equally true, 671. 1, Edda 19, Stj. 471. jafn-sárr, adj. as sore, as smarting, Mar. jafn-seinn, adj. as slow. jafn-sekr, adj. just as guilty, Grág. ii. 64, 89. jafn-síðis, adv. along with. jafn-síðr, adj. as long, of a garment (síðr), Stj. 563. jafn-sjúkr, adj. as sick, Fms. v. 324. jafn-skammr, adj. as short, Al. 129. jafn-skarpliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as briskly, Nj. 199, v. l. jafn-skarpr, adj. as sharp, as keen. jafn-skipti, n. equal, fair dealing. jafn-skiptiliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), equally, mutually, Stj. 159. jafn-skiptr, part. equally shared. jafn-skjótr, adj. as swift, Fms. vii. 169, Rb. 454:—jafn-skjótt, neut. as adv. immediately, at once, Eg. 87, 291, 492, Fms. ii. 10; jafnskjótt sem, as soon as, Nj. 5, Barl. 176, Karl. 409, 441. jafn-skygn, adj. as clear-sighted, 655 xiii. A, Bjarn. 59. jafn-skyldliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as dutifully, Ver. 3. jafn-skyldr, adj. equally bound or obliged, Grág. ii. 362, 403, Gþl. 70, 477, Fms. vii. 274. jafn-sköruliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), equally bold, Nj. 199. jafn-slétta, u, f. even, level ground. jafn-sléttr, adj. equally level, Stj. 79: as easily, Fas. ii. 48. jafn-slægr, adj. as cunning, Fær. 99. jafn-snarpr, adj. (-snarpligr, adj., -liga, adv.), as sharp, Fms. vi. 156. jafn-snarr, adj. as alert. jafn-snart, adj., neut. as adv., as soon, instantly, Fas. iii. 434, Matth. xxvii. 48. jafn-snauðr, adj. as poor. jafn-snemma, adv. at the very same moment, of a coincidence, Eg. 425, Nj. 253, Fms. vi. 221; allir j., all at once, ix. 506, xi. 368 ( both together); vóru þessir atburðir margir jafnsnemma, en sumir litlu fyrr eðr síðar, Hkr. ii. 368. jafn-snjallr, adj. equal, Glúm., Bjarn. (in a verse). jafn-spakr, adj. equally wise, Hm. 53. jafn-sparr, adj. as saving, as close, Grág. i. 197, 222. jafn-sterkr, adj. as strong, Fms. i. 43. jafn-stirðr, adj. as stiff. jafn-stórlátr, adj. as proud, Ld. 116. jafn-stórliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as proudly, Ölk. 34. jafn-stórr, adj. as big, as great. jafn-stórættaðr, adj. of equally high birth, Fms. iv. 26. jafn-stríðr, adj. as hard, severe, Sks. 639. jafn-stuttr, adj. equally short, brief. jafn-syndligr, adj. as sinful, Sks. 674. jafn-sætr, adj. as sweet, Fb. i. 539. jafn-sætti, n. an agreement on equal terms, Nj. 21, Sturl. iii 253, Fb. i. 126. jafn-tamr, adj. equally alert. jafn-tefli, n. an equal, drawn game, Vígl. 32. jafn-tengdr, part. in equal degrees of affinity, Grág. ii. 183. jafn-tíðhjalat, n. part. as much talked about, Nj. 100. jafn-tíðrætt, n. adj. = jafntíðhjalat, Nj. 100. jafn-tíguliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), equally lordly, Fms. x. 109. jafn-títt, n. adj. as often, as frequent, Niðrst. 10. jafn-torogætr, adj. as rarely to be got, choice, Bs. i. 143. jafn-torsótligr, adj. as hard to get at, Fms. x. 358. jafn-trauðr, adj. as unwilling. jafn-traustr, adj. as much to be trusted, Fms. vi. 244. jafn-trúr, jafn-tryggr, adj. as faithful. jafn-undarligr, adj. (-liga, adv.), as strange, Sks. 80. jafn-ungr, adj. as young, Fms. iii. 60, iv. 383. jafn-úbeint, n. adj. as far from the mark, of a bad shot, Fms. viii. 140. jafn-úfærr, adj. as unpassable, Sturl. iii. 163. jafn-úhefnisamr, adj. as tame, Rb. 366. jafn-úráðinn, part. as irresolute, Grett. 153. jafn-úspakr, adj. as unruly, Sturl. ii. 63. jafn-útlagr, adj. having to lay out the same fine, N. G. L. i. 158. jafn-vandhæfr, adj. as dangerous to keep, treat, Grág. i. 89. jafn-vandliga, adv. as carefully, Grág. ii. 249. jafn-varliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), as warily, Fms. vii. 127. jafn-varmr, adj. as warm, Sks. 217. jafn-varr, adj. as well aware, as much on one’s guard, Dropl. 28. jafn-vaskliga, adv. as gallantly, Fms. vii. 127, Ld. 272. jafn-vaskligr, adj. as gallant. jafn-vaskr, adj. as bold, Str. 3. jafn-vátr, adj. equally wet. jafn-veginn, part. of full weight, Stj. 216. jafn-vegit, n. a law phrase, used when an equal number has been slain on both sides, in which case there were no further proceedings, Glúm. 383, Fas. ii. 208. jafn-vel, adv. as well, equally well, Nj. 48, Eg. 111, Gþl. 354: likewise, hafa fyrirgört fé ok friði ok jafnvel óðals-jörðum sínum, 142; en þenna eið skulu jafnvel biskupar ábyrgjask við Guð …, jafnvel sem ( as well as) hinir úlærðu, 57; jafnvel af sænum sem af landinu, Al. 2; ok jamvel sendir jarl þeim mönnum orð, sem …, Fms. xi. 120: even, dögföll um nætr jafnvel at heiðskírum veðrum, Stj. 17; jafnvel eptir þat er þau misgörðu, 40; jafnvel sýniliga, j. oss önduðum, 9, Bs. i. 549, Barl. 170, 176, Gísl. 83; this last sense is very freq. in mod. usage. jafn-velviljaðr, part. as well wishing, Sks. 312. jafn-vesall, adj. as wretched, Krók. 54. jafn-virði, n. equal wirth, Bs. i. 9, Al. 48. jafn-vægi, n. equal weight, equilibrium, Hkr. ii. 250, Fas. i. 121; bóandi ok húsfreyja j. sitt, i. e. both of them equally, N. G. L. i. 6. jafn-vægja, ð, to weigh the same as another, Fms. iii. 120. jafn-vægr, adj. of equal weight, Sks. 644. jafn-vænn, adj. equally fine, handsome, promising, Fms. x. 429, Sturl. iii. 67. jafn-vætta, t, to weigh against, counterbalance, Stj. 13, Þorst. Síðu H. 14. jafn-yrða, ð, with dat. to altercate, bandy words, Sturl. iii. 213. jafn-þarfr, adj. as useful, Arnor. jafn-þéttr, adj. pressed as closely together. jafn-þjófgefinn, adj. as thievish. jafn-þolinmóðr, adj. as patient, Rb. 366. jafn-þolinn, adj. as enduring. jafn-þreyttr, part. as weary. jafn-þrifinn, adj. as cleanly. jafn-þröngr, adj. as tight. jafn-þungr, adj. as heavy, pressing, Fms. v. 264, Stj. 278. jafn-þurr, adj. equally dry. jafn-þykkr, adj. as thick, Hkr. iii. 159. jafn-þyrstr, part. as thirsty. jafn-æfr, adj. as impetuous. jafn-æstr, part. equally excited, Band. 34 new Ed. jafn-örr, adj. as eager, as liberal. jafn-öruggr, adj. as firm, steadfast.

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  • 3 חצובה II

    חֲצוּבָהII f. (v. חָצָב) a stand for a pitcher, tripod.כח׳ in the shape of a tripod, triangulary arranged. B. Mets.25a כח׳ מהו (Ms. H. כחוצבא) if coins are found lying in a triangle; (Y. ib. II, 8b, sq. מצובה, expl. קרפיפא). B. Bath.83b (also כחצובא) planted in a triangle. Erub.85b דקיימי כח׳ (Ms. M. דעבידת כי חציבא, read: חצובא, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) the three ruins between two buildings stand in a triangle (so as to make only the central ruin equally near to both dwellings).

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  • 4 חֲצוּבָה

    חֲצוּבָהII f. (v. חָצָב) a stand for a pitcher, tripod.כח׳ in the shape of a tripod, triangulary arranged. B. Mets.25a כח׳ מהו (Ms. H. כחוצבא) if coins are found lying in a triangle; (Y. ib. II, 8b, sq. מצובה, expl. קרפיפא). B. Bath.83b (also כחצובא) planted in a triangle. Erub.85b דקיימי כח׳ (Ms. M. דעבידת כי חציבא, read: חצובא, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) the three ruins between two buildings stand in a triangle (so as to make only the central ruin equally near to both dwellings).

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  • 5 NEAR

    сокр. [near-Earth asteroid rendezvous] сближение (КА) с малыми планетами ближнего пояса

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > NEAR

  • 6 come near

    быть близким чему-л. The boy came near (to) falling off the high wall. ≈ Мальчик едва не свалился со стены.

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > come near

  • 7 equally

    ˈi:kwəlɪ нареч.
    1) равно, в равной степени;
    равным образом, одинаково equally accessibleтех. равнодоступный equally likely, equally possibleравновозможный equally weightedравновзвешенный equally well ≈ с тем же успехом equally spacedна равном расстоянии;
    равноотстоящий
    2) поровну Syn: equal parts
    3) справедливо, беспристрастно, объективно Syn: impartially, justly поровну - divide it * разделите поровну в равной степени;
    равным образом, одинаково - to be * binding быть равно обязательным - * as good (разговорное) такой же хороший - * as rare (разговорное) столь же редкий - he was * as astonished as the others( разговорное) он был удивлен не меньше остальных equally поровну ~ равно, в равной степени;
    одинаково share ~ делить на равные части

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > equally

  • 8 near

    nɪə
    1. прил.
    1) а) ближний, близлежащий, близко расположенный the near fields ≈ близлежащие поля Syn: not distant б) более близкий the nearestближайший, соседний, близлежащий
    2) кратчайший, прямойпути) the near road ≈ прямая кратчайшая дорога Syn: short, direct
    3) ближайший (о времени) the near future ≈ ближайшее будущее
    4) близкий;
    тесно связанный our nearest relativesнаши ближайшие родственники
    5) близкий, сходный;
    приблизительно правильный near resemblanceблизкое сходство near translationнаиболее точный, близкий к оригиналу перевод
    6) минимальный;
    доставшийся с трудом, трудный a near escapeеле удавшийся побег Syn: narrow, close
    7) скупой, скаредный, прижимистый Syn: thrifty, stingy
    8) левый( о ноге лошади, колесе экипажа, лошади в упряжке) the near foreleg ≈ левая передняя нога
    2. нареч.
    1) близко, около, поблизости, недалеко to come/draw near ≈ приближаться Who comes near him in wit? ≈ Кто может сравниться с ним в остроумии?
    2) близко, недалеко (близость по времени) The new year draws near. ≈ Новый год уже близко.
    3) близко, тесно( о связях, родстве, схожести) a near-standing positionпочти схожие позиции
    4) почти, чуть не, едва не a period of near 30 yearsпромежуток почти в 30 лет Syn: almost, nearly
    5) архаич. бережливо, скупо
    3. предл.
    1) возле, у, около, рядом( указывает на нахождение вблизи чего-л.) regions near the equator ≈ районы около экватора
    2) к, около, почти (близкий к какому-л. времени, возрасту) near the beginning of the year ≈ в начале года
    3) почти (приближение к какому-л. состоянию) to be near deathбыть почти при смертиsail near the wind
    4. гл. подходить, приближаться;
    надвигаться to near the land ≈ приближаться к берегу Syn: approach, come near, draw near близкий;
    тесно связанный - * relation ближайший родственник, член семьи (о детях и родителях) - * friends закадычные друзья - * to suicide близкий к самоубийству - * to smb.'s heart заветный, близкий сердцу - a matter of * consequence to me вопрос, в котором я тесным образом заинтересован близлежащий, близкий, находящийся рядом - * point (медицина) ближайшая точка ясного зрения - * sight близорукость - the post-office is quite * почта совсем близко этот, свой, наш, ближний - * shore( военное) берег, занимаемый своими войсками, исходный берег - on the * bank на этом /на нашем/ берегу - on the * side по сю /по эту/ сторону ближайший (о времени) - the * future ближайшее будущее короткий, прямой ( о пути) - the *est way to the station кратчайший путь к станции - to show smb. a *er cut (разговорное) показать кому-л., как пройти напрямик близкий, сходный - * resemblance близкое сходство - the *est translation of an idiom наиболее точный /близкий к оригиналу/ перевод идиомы напоминающий (по виду и т. п.) ;
    имитирующий - * silk искусственный шелк - * seal кролик, выделанный под котик (мех) (американизм) почти полный - * blindness почти полная слепота - a * saint святой человек доставшийся с трудом;
    трудный - * victory дорогая победа - * work кропотливая работа, особ. требующая напряжения зрения - a * escape побег, чуть не кончившийся неудачей;
    еле-еле предотвращенная гибель( разговорное) скупой, прижимистый;
    мелочный - he is * with his money он с трудом расстается с деньгами левый (о колесе экипажа, лошади в упряжке и т. п.) - * side левая сторона( по ходу) - * horse левая лошадь пары, подседельная лошадь ( near-) как компонент сложных слов со значением приближающийся к чему-л., полу-, около-, при- - near-nude полуголый - near-bottom придонный - the near-break of a marriage супружество на грани развода, разлад в семье > * and dear родной, любимый > my *est and dearest friend мой закадычный друг > our *est and dearest преим. наши семьи, наши жены и дети > a * go /shave, squeak, thing, touch/ опасное /рискованное/ положение, опасность, которую едва удалось избежать;
    на волосок от гибели > we won the race but it was a * thing мы победили в гонке, но с большим трудом указывает на нахождение поблизости или на приближении близко, недалеко, поблизости, подле - to stand * стоять недалеко - don't go away, stay somewhere * не уходите (далеко), будьте поблизости - *er and *er ближе и ближе - to come /to draw/ * приближаться - as soon as he came *er как только он приблизился - do not approach too * не подходите слишком близко указывает на близость, приближение во времени близко, недалеко;
    передается также глагольными приставками - the harvest season is drawing * приближается время уборки урожая указывает на тесное родство, непосредственную связь и т. п. близко, непосредственно - we are * related мы близкие родственники - tribes * allied родственные племена - they are * acquainted with the people of the country они хорошо знают народ этой страны - to be * akin /of a kin/ быть очень близкими родственниками - news that concerns you very * новость, которая близко касается вас указывает на приближение к какому-л. качеству, состоянию и т. п. почти, чуть не, едва не - * a century ago почти сто лет назад - you are * right вы почти правы - the results are pretty * equal результаты почти совпадают - it is done or * so это сделано или почти сделано - it is the same thing or * so это то же самое или почти то же самое - he is not * as popular as before он далеко не так популярен, как раньше бережливо, скупо - to live * жить скупо /расчетливо/ в сочетаниях - as * as почти;
    чуть не - as * as a touch /as ninepence, as dammit/ (сленг) почти ничем не отличаясь от (чего-л.) - as * as no matter, as * as makes no difference практически то же самое - they're the same height or as * as make no difference они практически одного роста - he was as * as could be to being knocked down by the bus его чуть не сшиб автобус - as * as I can guess насколько я могу догадываться;
    как я могу предположить - * upon почти (о времени) - * upon six o'clock почти шесть часов - he is * upon eighty years of age ему почти восемьдесят лет - nowhere *, not *, not anywhere * далеко не;
    отнюдь;
    нисколько - the concert hall was nowhere * full концертный зал был далеко /отнюдь/ не полон - the bus is not anywhere * as expensive as the train ехать автобусом гораздо дешевле, чем поездом > * at hand под рукой;
    близко, рядом;
    скоро;
    на носу > the papers are all * at hand все документы под рукой > the exams are * at hand экзамены на носу > the holiday is * at hand праздник не за горами > the time is * at hand близится час > the time to act is * at hand приближается время действовать > far and * везде;
    повсюду > we searched far and * for the missing child мы повсюду искали пропавшего ребенка;
    в поисках пропавшего ребенка мы обшарили всю местность приближаться к (чему-л.) ;
    подходить - the ship was *ing land корабль приближался к берегу - they are *ing the end of their exile их изгнание подходит к концу - the road is *ing completion строительство дороги близится к завершению - to be *ing one's end (образное) быть на краю могилы (морское) идти в крутой бейдевинд указывает на нахождение вблизи от чего-л. близ, возле, у, около - * the station близ /около/ станции - * the river у реки - regions * the equator области, расположенные у экватора - he was standing * the table он стоял у стола - we live * them мы живем близко /недалеко/ от них - * the ground (метеорология) приземный - Plessis * Tours (география) Плесси под Туром /близ Тура/ указывает на приближение к чему-л. к - bring your chair * the fire подвиньте свой стул к камину /к огню/ - don't come * me не подходи(те) ко мне( близко) - he drew /came/ * us он подошел к нам - to be * the end /the goal, the mark/ быть близким к цели указывает на приближение во времени почти - it is * midnight почти двенадцать часов ночи, скоро полночь - it is * dinner-time скоро обед - he is * fifty years of age ему скоро будет /исполнится/ пятьдесят лет указывает на приближение к какому-л. качеству, состоянию и т. п. к;
    почти, чуть не - his hopes were * fulfilment его надежды были близки к осуществлению - the plan came * being realized план был почти осуществлен - I came * forgetting how to get there я чуть не забыл, как туда идти - this act came * spoiling his chances этот поступок чуть не испортил ему все /все шансы/ указывает на сходство ближе к;
    почти - nobody can come anywhere * him с ним никто не может сравниться - the copy does not come * the original копия мало похожа на оригинал > to lie /to come, to go/ * smb. /smb.'s heart/ близко затрагивать /непосредственно касаться/ кого-л. > to sail * the wind (морское) идти в крутой бейдевинд;
    действовать крайне рискованно ~ upon почти что;
    far and near повсюду;
    as near as I can guess насколько я могу догадаться ~ приближаться;
    подходить;
    to near the land приближаться к берегу;
    to be nearing one's end умирать, кончаться ~ подле;
    близко, поблизости, недалеко;
    около (по месту или времени) ;
    to come (или to draw) near приближаться to come nearer the end приближаться к концу;
    who comes near him in wit? кто может сравниться с ним в остроумии? he ~ died with fright он чуть не умер от страха;
    that will go near to killing him это может убить его ~ почти, чуть не, едва не (обыкн. nearly) ;
    I came near forgetting я чуть не забыл ~ prep к, около, почти (о времени, возрасте и т. п.) ;
    it is near dinnertime скоро обед;
    the portrait does not come near the original портрет не похож на оригинал near ближайший (о времени) ;
    the near future ближайшее будущее ~ ближний ~ близкий;
    сходный;
    приблизительно правильный;
    near translation близкий к оригиналу перевод;
    near resemblance близкое сходство;
    near guess почти правильная догадка ~ близкий;
    тесно связанный;
    near akin (to) родственный по характеру;
    near and dear близкий и дорогой ~ близкий ~ близлежащий, ближний ~ prep возле, у, около (о месте) ;
    we live near the river мы живем у реки ~ доставшийся с трудом;
    трудный;
    кропотливый;
    near victory победа, доставшаяся с трудом;
    near work кропотливая работа ~ prep к, около, почти (о времени, возрасте и т. п.) ;
    it is near dinnertime скоро обед;
    the portrait does not come near the original портрет не похож на оригинал ~ кратчайший, прямой (о пути) ~ левый (о ноге лошади, колесе экипажа, лошади в упряжке) ;
    the near foreleg левая передняя нога ~ подле;
    близко, поблизости, недалеко;
    около (по месту или времени) ;
    to come (или to draw) near приближаться ~ почти, чуть не, едва не (обыкн. nearly) ;
    I came near forgetting я чуть не забыл ~ приближаться;
    подходить;
    to near the land приближаться к берегу;
    to be nearing one's end умирать, кончаться ~ скупой, прижимистый, мелочный ~ близкий;
    тесно связанный;
    near akin (to) родственный по характеру;
    near and dear близкий и дорогой ~ близкий;
    тесно связанный;
    near akin (to) родственный по характеру;
    near and dear близкий и дорогой ~ at hand = не за горами;
    на носу;
    скоро ~ at hand под рукой;
    тут, близко ~ by вскоре ~ by рядом, близко ~ левый (о ноге лошади, колесе экипажа, лошади в упряжке) ;
    the near foreleg левая передняя нога near ближайший (о времени) ;
    the near future ближайшее будущее ~ близкий;
    сходный;
    приблизительно правильный;
    near translation близкий к оригиналу перевод;
    near resemblance близкое сходство;
    near guess почти правильная догадка ~ близкий;
    сходный;
    приблизительно правильный;
    near translation близкий к оригиналу перевод;
    near resemblance близкое сходство;
    near guess почти правильная догадка ~ приближаться;
    подходить;
    to near the land приближаться к берегу;
    to be nearing one's end умирать, кончаться ~ to one's heart заветный;
    a very near concern of mine дело, очень близкое моему сердцу ~ близкий;
    сходный;
    приблизительно правильный;
    near translation близкий к оригиналу перевод;
    near resemblance близкое сходство;
    near guess почти правильная догадка ~ upon почти что;
    far and near повсюду;
    as near as I can guess насколько я могу догадаться ~ доставшийся с трудом;
    трудный;
    кропотливый;
    near victory победа, доставшаяся с трудом;
    near work кропотливая работа ~ доставшийся с трудом;
    трудный;
    кропотливый;
    near victory победа, доставшаяся с трудом;
    near work кропотливая работа ~ prep к, около, почти (о времени, возрасте и т. п.) ;
    it is near dinnertime скоро обед;
    the portrait does not come near the original портрет не похож на оригинал to sail ~ the wind мор. идти в крутой бейдевинд to sail ~ the wind поступать рискованно he ~ died with fright он чуть не умер от страха;
    that will go near to killing him это может убить его ~ to one's heart заветный;
    a very near concern of mine дело, очень близкое моему сердцу ~ prep возле, у, около (о месте) ;
    we live near the river мы живем у реки to come nearer the end приближаться к концу;
    who comes near him in wit? кто может сравниться с ним в остроумии?

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > near

  • 9 near miss

    ˈnɪəmɪs попадание близ цели (особ. о бомбах) ;
    промах it was a near miss ≈ чуть-чуть не попал;
    еще немножко и удалось бы (военное) разрыв у цели;
    непрямое попадание;
    близкий промах близкое прохождение( ракеты) мимо цели неполная, частичная победа или удача;
    чуть-чуть не попал (в точку)

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > near miss

  • 10 near-earth

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > near-earth

  • 11 near-equilibrium

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > near-equilibrium

  • 12 near-sightedness

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > near-sightedness

  • 13 near-surface

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > near-surface

  • 14 come near

    come near быть близким чему-л. Your suggestion comes near (to) what we werelooking for. The book comes near (to) perfection. The boy came near (to)falling off the high wall.

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > come near

  • 15 equally

    equally [ˊi:kwǝlɪ] adv
    1) одина́ково
    2) равно́, в ра́вной сте́пени
    3) по́ровну

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > equally

  • 16 far and near

    far and near повсюду

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > far and near

  • 17 near

    near [nɪə]
    1. a
    1) близлежа́щий, бли́жний;

    the man nearest to you ваш ближа́йший сосе́д

    2) ближа́йший ( о времени);

    the near future ближа́йшее бу́дущее

    3) бли́зкий; те́сно свя́занный;

    near relation ближа́йший ро́дственник

    ;

    near akin (to) ро́дственный по хара́ктеру

    ;

    one's nearest and dearest родны́е и бли́зкие

    ;

    near to one's heart заве́тный

    ;

    a very near concern of mine де́ло, о́чень бли́зкое моему́ се́рдцу

    4) бли́зкий; схо́дный; приблизи́тельно пра́вильный;

    near translation бли́зкий к оригина́лу перево́д

    ;

    near resemblance бли́зкое схо́дство

    ;

    near guess почти́ пра́вильная дога́дка

    5) ле́вый (о ноге лошади, колесе экипажа, лошади в упряжке);

    the near foreleg ле́вая пере́дняя нога́

    6) доста́вшийся с трудо́м; тру́дный; кропотли́вый;

    near victory побе́да, доста́вшаяся с трудо́м

    ;

    near work кропотли́вая рабо́та

    7) кратча́йший, прямо́й ( о пути)
    8) скупо́й, прижи́мистый; ме́лочный
    2. adv
    1) по́дле; бли́зко, побли́зости, недалеко́; о́коло ( по месту или времени);

    to come ( или to draw) near приближа́ться

    ;

    to come nearer the end приближа́ться к концу́

    ;

    who comes near him in wit? кто мо́жет сравни́ться с ним в остроу́мии?

    2) почти́
    3) уст. чуть не, едва́ не;

    I came near forgetting я чуть не забы́л

    ;

    he near died with fright он чуть не у́мер от стра́ха

    ;

    that will go near to killing him э́то мо́жет уби́ть его́

    а) ря́дом, бли́зко;
    б) вско́ре;

    near upon почти́ (что) (о возрасте, времени)

    far and near повсю́ду

    ;

    as near as I can guess наско́лько я могу́ догада́ться

    ;
    а) под руко́й; тут, бли́зко;
    б) не за гора́ми; на носу́; ско́ро
    3. prep
    1) во́зле, у, о́коло ( о месте);

    we live near the river мы живём у реки́

    2) к, о́коло, почти́ (о времени, возрасте и т.п.);

    it is near dinner-time ско́ро обе́д

    ;

    the portrait does not come near the original портре́т не похо́ж на оригина́л

    а) мор. идти́ в круто́й бейдеви́нд;
    б) поступа́ть риско́ванно
    4. v приближа́ться; подходи́ть;

    to near the land приближа́ться к бе́регу

    ;

    to be nearing one's end умира́ть, конча́ться

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > near

  • 18 near akin to

    near akin (to) родственный по характеру;

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > near akin to

  • 19 near and dear

    near and dear близкий и дорогой;

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > near and dear

  • 20 near at hand

    near at hand а) под рукой; тут, близко; б) не за горами; на носу; скоро

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > near at hand

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