Translation for 'kohl' from English to Russian
NOUN   kohl | -
кайал {м}
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Translation for 'kohl' from English to Russian

кайал {м}космет.
Usage Examples English
  • Many artifacts of Ancient Egypt, as well as architecture elements used the "papyrus stem" motif. Some specific examples are the kohl spoons, or the papyrus handled mirror.
  • Ashaari was nicknamed "Abuya" ("father" in Arabic) by his followers, and was known for wearing a turban, green Al-Arqam rope, and having kohl-lined eyes.
  • Cosmetics in the 1920s were characterized by their use to create a specific look: lips painted in the shape of a Cupid's bow, kohl-rimmed eyes, and bright cheeks brushed with bright red blush.
  • The long slim branches provided spear shafts and could also be used as kohl sticks. They could also be made into wedge-shaped hair dividers to part and section hair.
  • "Kajri" derives from the word "kajra" or kohl, and is sung in the Awadhi and Bhojpuri regions.

  • Varna is a ceremony that is supposed to ward off the evil eye. The groom's "bhabi" lines his eyes with "surma" (kohl).
  • Both male and female dancers use wear makeup, including foundation, blush, lipstick, and thick eyeliner or kohl, which help the audience see and understand their facial expressions.
  • Antimony(III) sulfide, Sb2S3, was recognized in predynastic Egypt as an eye cosmetic (kohl) as early as about 3100 BC, when the cosmetic palette was invented.
  • The main streams are Housh Kohl, Mannar kohl and Lostar Kohl.
  • Koehl, also transliterated Köhl, is an Upper German surname constituting a metaphonic variant of the Standard German surname Kohl, derived from the cognate word "kohl", meaning cabbage.

  • Kohl is a German surname derived from the word "kohl", meaning cabbage. It tends to originate as an occupational name for a merchant or cultivator of the crops.
  • Kajal is another name for kohl or kajol, an eye cosmetic in use since ancient times.
  • Another encounter was with Vali Myers (1930–2003) who became the haunting kohl-eyed heroine of his "roman à clef" photo-novel "Een liefdesgeschiedenis in Saint-Germain-des-Prés" (1956; its English-language version was titled "Love on the left bank").
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