Word: canon

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Synonyms: canon

principle, rule, law, tenet, precept, standard, convention, criterion, measure, decree, edict, statute, dictate, decretal, list of works, works, writings, oeuvre, canyon

Translations: canon

spanish
canónigo, canon


german
stiftsherr, schlucht, domherr

french
gorge, chanoine, canon

italian
canonico, canone, Canon, can, canonica

portuguese
canhão

dutch
kloof

russian
канон, критерий, каноник, ухо, каньон, ...

norwegian
kanon, Canons, kanonen

swedish
kanon, Canons, canonen, kanonisk

finnish
kaanon, kanjoni

danish
kanon, Canons, kanonen

czech
kanovník

polish
reguła, regulamin, kryterium, kanon, kanonik, ...

hungarian
kánon, Canon, a Canon, kanonok, kánont

turkish
kanon, katyon, Canon'un, Hristiyan

greek
κανόνας, Canon, της Canon, κανόνι, η Canon

ukrainian
критерій, вухо, правило, канон

albanian
kanun

bulgarian
правило

belarusian
канон, пярэчыла канонам, што пярэчыла канонам

estonian
kanoonik, kaanon

croatian
kanonik

icelandic
Canon, Kanúki

lithuanian
kanonas, kanauninkas, Canon

latvian
kanons, kanonu, kanona, kodols

macedonian
Канон, Canon, канонот, на Canon, на Канон

romanian
canon

slovenian
kánon

slovak
kanonický, kánon

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The meaning and "use of": canon

noun
  • a general law, rule, principle, or criterion by which something is judged.
  • a collection or list of sacred books accepted as genuine.
  • (in the Roman Catholic Church) the part of the Mass containing the words of consecration.
  • a piece in which the same melody is begun in different parts successively, so that the imitations overlap.
  • a member of the clergy who is on the staff of a cathedral, especially one who is a member of the chapter. The position is frequently conferred as an honorary one.

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