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NOUN   a toki | tokis
toki {noun} [Nipponia nippon]
японски качулат ибис {м}
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Translation for 'toki' from English to Bulgarian

toki {noun} [Nipponia nippon]
японски качулат ибис {м}орн.T
Usage Examples English
  • In the Chittagong Division and Sylhet Division, it is known as the "toki" from the Arabic term "طاقية".
  • The goal of the competition is to complete as many "plaza" (the distance between the two ends of the "proba toki") as possible within a given period of time.
  • On Kupe's return to Hawaiki, it was re-adzed and renamed Ngātokimatawhaorua ("ngā toki" translating as "the adzes").
  • E-toki is often performed by a monk or nun, but may also be performed by a layperson.
  • Yoshitaka also extended his film career into television acting with the 1975 NHK television series "Mizuiro no toki".
  • The complex is named after the toki, the official bird of Niigata Prefecture.
  • In pre-European times, local Māori used the unique and highly prized garnet gemstones on the beach to polish and sharpen their 'toki' or adzes/axes.
  • Japan dedicated website, including "Hajimari no toki" and "Yasashii ao".
  • A second anime film titled, "Jigoku Sensei Nūbē: Gozen 0 toki Nūbē Shisu", premiered on March 8, 1997.
  • During pre-European and early contact periods, Queen Charlotte Sound was important location for trade between North and South Island Māori, including pakohe (argillite stone) from nearby D'Urville Island, which was used to create toki (adzes).
  • There is a strong tendency to pronounce words related to telling the time, like "toki" (時 "time"), with a flat tone.
  • Her designs incorporate traditional Japanese dyeing techniques such as "miyazome" and "toki-ori".
  • "Echineulima toki" is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Eulimidae.
  • Combès (2012) suggests that -"toki" ~ -"tuki" ~ -"tuke" (also present in the ethynonym "Gorgotoqui") is likely related to the Bororo animate plural suffix -"doge" (i.e., used to form plural nouns for ethnic groups).
  • In times of war, the Mapuche would unite in larger groupings and elect a "toki" (meaning "axe" or "axe-bearer") to lead them.
  • From mid August 2012 until the fleet's final withdrawal on 28 September, the remaining three sets had a second "toki" crested ibis added to their logos to celebrate the rare hatching of ibis chicks in the wild.
  • "toki" "time", "tokidoki" [...] "sometimes, from time to time".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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