⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'lantern' from English to Icelandic
NOUN   a lantern | lanterns
lugt {kv}lantern
lukt {kv}lantern
ljósker {hv}lantern
stormlugt {kv}storm lantern
blöðrubikar {k}
Chinese lantern [Physalis alkekengi]
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Usage Examples English
  • "The Red Lantern", filmed during the 1918 flu pandemic, was the debut of Anna May Wong, who played a lantern bearer.
  • When lit, the flame heats the air inside the lantern, thus lowering its density and causing the lantern to rise into the air.
  • In 2008, the Kaohsiung Lantern Festival was held along the Love River.
  • Another local lantern festival, the North Shore's Wild Lights Lantern Festival, continues to be held in Edgemont Village.
  • The town celebrates every year before Christmas vacation Lantern Parade that goes around the poblacion area.
  • The lantern halberd and lantern pistol are other weapons with an integrated lantern. The lantern pistol is a 18th/19th century flintlock pistol and there are two known versions.
  • By 1977, the cast-iron lantern had deteriorated beyond repair and was removed. A different lantern was added in 1987.
  • Although Hurricane Katrina did not overturn it, the lantern was loosened.
  • The lantern room at the top is approximately seven feet in diameter and is surrounded by a parapet wall.
  • The platform is surmounted by a circular lantern. Surrounding the lantern is an elaborate concrete balustrade featuring large flames at the four corners.
  • A grave candle, grave lantern, death candle or a death lantern is a type of candle or lantern, which is lit in memory of the dead or to commemorate solemn events.
  • The annual Festival of Light takes place in October with a six-week lantern project resulting in the river of light lantern procession and shorefront performance.
  • There are many festivals held in the temple every year; the most popular one is the Lantern Festival.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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