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 Übersetzung für 'Agon' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an agon | agons / agones
hist.spec.sports
agon [competition] [ancient Greece]
Agon {m} [Wettstreit] [Altgriechenland]
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Übersetzung für 'Agon' von Englisch nach Deutsch

agon [competition] [ancient Greece]
Agon {m} [Wettstreit] [Altgriechenland]hist.spec.sports
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  • Agon {m} [Wettstreit] [Altgriechenland] = agon [competition] [ancient Greece]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Literary critic Northrop Frye described the comic genre as a drama that pits two societies against each other in an amusing agon or conflict.
  • Caillois's other categories, which should be considered alongside ilinx as any form of play rarely fits wholly and discretely into one category, are "agon", "alea" and "mimesis" (or "mimicry").
  • Their "agon" continues in a series of rapid stichomythic exchanges.
  • The name "Agonis" derives from the Greek "agon", meaning gathering or collection, in reference to the tightly clustered flowers.
  • The Dragon's Planet: A planet populated by giant carnivorous plants. The name may not be real, as it is revealed to be part of a trick by Dr Agon (with Dragon's Planet rendered as Dr Agon's Planet).

  • The word "agni" is Sanskrit for fire (noun), cognate with Latin "ignis" (the root of English "ignite"), Russian "огонь" (fire), pronounced "agon".
  • In "The Acharnians" and "Peace", for example, there is no formal agon whereas in "The Clouds" there are two agons.
  • Segal contends that Aristophanes transformed the Greek comedy structure when he downgraded the contest or agon which usually preceded the parabasis and expanded the parabasis into the "agon".
  • The lakeland was formed during the Weichselian glaciation about 12,000 years agon in the glacial meltwater valleys and sandar of the Pomeranian stage.
  • Agon (Greek [...]) is a Greek term for a conflict, struggle or contest.

  • (Greek: Ἀμφιδάμας) was the name of an historical king of Chalcis, who died about 730 BC after the Lelantine War; whose burial ceremony being associated with the poetic agon is mentioned by Hesiod.
  • The word "acun" in line 11 may be from Greek "agon" (ἀγών) originally "struggle," which came to be used as a term for festivals involving competitive sports; compare Latin "Agonalia" festivals in honor of Janus in Rome held in January, March, May and December.
  • The heptagon is sometimes referred to as the septagon, using "sept-" (an elision of "septua-", a Latin-derived numerical prefix, rather than "hepta-", a Greek-derived numerical prefix; both are cognate) together with the Greek suffix "-agon" meaning angle.
  • Agón is a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a human population of one hundred and ninety three.
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