1. sekulaari, maallinen

Liittyvät sanat: secularismo



ajallinen, maallinen, jumalaton, profaani, sekulaarinen, mainen.

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secular rimmaa näiden kanssa:

maar, cheddar, udar, agar, agar-agar, askar, mar, huhmar, piennar, ojanpiennar...

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Englannin sanakirja

secular (englanti > suomi)

  1. maallinen

  2. maallinen, ajallinen

  3. maallikko|alt=maallikko-

  4. sekulaarinen

  5. pysyvä, pitkäaikainen

secular englanniksi

  1. Not specifically religious.

  2. temporal Temporal; worldly, or otherwise not based on something timeless.

  3. puhekieltä Not bound by the vows of a monastic order.

  4. secular clergy in Catholicism

  5. Happening once in an age or century.

  6. The secular games of ancient Rome were held to mark the end of a saeculum and the beginning of the next.

  7. Continuing over a long period of time, long-term.

  8. The long-term growth in population and income accounts for most secular trends in economic phenomena.

    ''on a secular basis

  9. 2006, The Economist, Economics focus: Dividing the pie

  10. The skewed distribution of productivity gains is thus less a new phenomenon than a secular trend.
  11. puhekieltä Centuries-old, ancient.

  12. 1899, w:Joseph Conrad|Joseph Conrad, s:Heart of Darkness|Heart of Darkness, s: Heart of Darkness/Section III|section 3

  13. The long reaches that were like one and the same reach, monotonous bends that were exactly alike, slipped past the steamer with their multitude of secular trees looking patiently after this grimy fragment of another world, the forerunner of change, of conquest, of trade, of massacres, of blessings.
  14. puhekieltä Relating to long-term non-periodic irregularity irregularities, especially in planetary motion or magnetic field.

  15. puhekieltä Unperturbed over time.

  16. 2000, S. A. Dikanov, Two-dimensional ESEEM Spectroscopy, in New Advances in Analytical Chemistry (Atta-ur-Rahman, ed.), page 539

  17. The secular A and nonsecular B parts of hyperfine interaction for any particular frequencies να and νβ are derived from eqn.(21) by ...
  18. A secular ecclesiastic, or one not bound by monastic rules.

  19. (rfquotek)

  20. A church official whose functions are confined to the vocal department of the choir.

  21. A layman, as distinguished from a clergyman.

  22. (l)