amiranə

ə.f. əmr edircəsinə, hökm edircəsinə

Klassik Azərbaycan ədəbiyyatında islənən ərəb və fars sözləri lüğəti. 2009.

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  • Amiran — Statue d Amirani en Géorgie. Amiran ou Amirani est un héros de la mythologie géorgienne (voir la catégorie correspondante), et un équivalent caucasien du Prométhée des Grecs. Enchaîné en guise de châtiment, à un roc du mont Kasbegi (aussi appelé… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • amiranə — z. və sif. <ər. amir və fars. . . . anə> Əmr edərcəsinə, hökm edərcəsinə. Mən istərəm çıxarmağa könlümdən eşqini; Qılmaq itaət əmrimə, pək amiranədir. M. H.. Fəhlələr uşağın bu amiranə sözündən gülümsəyərək, bir birinin üzünə baxdı(lar). A …   Azərbaycan dilinin izahlı lüğəti

  • Amiran-Darejaniani — ( ka. ამირანდარეჯანიანი), translated into English as The story of Amiran, son of Darejan , is a medieval Georgian romance, dating probably from the early or middle decades of the twelfth century. It is one of those literary works which heralded… …   Wikipedia

  • Amiran Kartanow — (russisch Амиран Картанов, griechisch Αμιράν Καρτάνοβ, * 19. August 1976 in Tschikola, Rajon Ifarski, Nordossetische ASSR) ist ein griechischer Ringer. Er gewann bei den Olympischen Spielen 2000 in Sydney eine Bronzemedaille im freien… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Amiran Sanaia — Pas d image ? Cliquez ici. Situation actuelle Club actuel …   Wikipédia en Français

  • AMIRAN, DAVID — (1910–2003), Israeli geographer. Amiran was born in Berlin, Germany. After studying in Berne, Switzerland, he immigrated to Palestine in 1935 and became librarian of the geological department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During World… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • AMIRAN (formerly Pougatchov), EMANUEL — (1909–1993), composer and teacher. Born in Warsaw, Amiran went to Palestine in 1924, and after study in London, returned to teach music in schools and teachers seminaries. He was co founder and director of the Music Teachers Training College in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Amiran Mujiri — (born 22 February, 1974) is a Georgian football player.He played for a many clubs, including Marek Dupnitsa, CSKA Sofia, Maccabi Petah Tikva FC,Kallithea FC and Anorthosis Famagusta in Cyprus …   Wikipedia

  • Amiran Totikashvili — (born July 21, 1969) is a Georgian judoka who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1988 Summer Olympics.In 1988 he won the bronze medal in the extra lightweight class.External links* [http://www.databaseolympics.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=TO… …   Wikipedia

  • Amiran Revishvili — Infobox Scientist name = Amiran RevishviliАмиран Ревишвили image width = caption = birth date = birth date|1956|2|11|mf=y birth place = Soviet Union death date = death place = residence = Moscow citizenship = nationality = Georgian field =… …   Wikipedia

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