Word: mitre

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Related words: mitre

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Synonyms: mitre

miter joint

Translations: mitre

spanish
mitra, inglete, de inglete, ingletes, de ingletes


german
Mitra, Gehrung, auf Gehrung, miter, Gehrungs-

french
mitre

italian
mitra, mitria, miter, obliquo

portuguese
mitra, mitigar

dutch
mijter

russian
митра

norwegian
gjærings, gjæring, Spisst, miter

swedish
mitra, bindeln, miter, huvudbindeln

finnish
hiippa

danish
gering, gerings, bispehue, miter

czech
mitra

polish
mitra, infuła

hungarian
püspöki tisztség, püspöksüveg, gérvágó, sarkaló, gérvágási

turkish
gönye, gönyeli, miter, Gönyenin

greek
μήτρα δεσπότη, μίτρα, miter, οξείας γωνίας, φαλτσογωνίας

ukrainian
митра, Мітра, митру

albanian
kësulë, klerikësh, mitër, miter, çallmë

bulgarian
митра, давам владишки сан на, епископски сан, владишки сан, давам епископски сан на

belarusian
мітра

estonian
mitra, miter, nurk-, pendelsaagidele

croatian
mitra, mitru, episkopstvo, jevrejska kapa

icelandic
miter

lithuanian
mitra, kampinė, Kampų pjaustymo, skersinio pjaustymo

latvian
deflektors, vāks, griezums, šablonu

macedonian
митра, аголни, митрата, епископски Сан, владишки Сан

romanian
mitră, mitra, tăiere oblică, de tăiere oblică

slovenian
mitra

slovak
mitra, pokos

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The meaning and "use of": mitre

noun
  • a tall headdress worn by bishops and senior abbots as a symbol of office, tapering to a point at front and back with a deep cleft between.
  • a joint made between two pieces of wood or other material at an angle of 90°, such that the line of junction bisects this angle.
  • a mollusk of warm seas that has a sharply pointed shell with a narrow aperture, supposedly resembling a bishop's miter.

verb
  • join by means of a miter.

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