۱) هانسیده شدن؛ ۲) هانسیدن؛ ۳) هانسگار بودن
1) hânesidé šodan; 2) hânesidan; 3) hânesgâr budan
1) (followed by of) To be composed (of); be formed (of).
2) (followed by: in or of) To have its existence (in);
lie (in); be expressed (by).
3) To be compatible or consistent; accord (TheFreeDictionary.com).
M.E., from M.Fr. consister, from L.
consistere "to stand firm, take a standing position, halt,"
from → com- "with, together" +
sistere "to place," causative of stare "to stand,
be standing," cognate with Pers. ist-/istâdan.
Hânesidan, literally "to put together," from
→ com-, + nesidan "to put, place,"
variant of nehidan, nehâdan "to put, place,"
Fr.: cohérence, consistance
1) Agreement or accordance with facts, form, or characteristics
previously shown or stated.
2) Agreement or harmony between parts of something complex; compatibility.
3) Physics: Degree of → viscosity
4) The state or quality of holding or sticking together and retaining
5) Conformity with previous attitudes, behaviour, practice, etc.
→ consist; → -ency.
Fr.: cohérent, consistant
1) Showing consistency; not self-contradictory.
2) In agreement or harmony (with); accordant.
3a) Maths.: The quality of an equation if it has a solution.
3b) Maths.: (of a set of equations) Satisfied by at least one solution.
4) Logic: (of a formal system) Not permitting the deduction of a
contradiction from the axioms (TheFreeDictionary.com).
→ consist; → -ent.
Hânesgâr, from hânes- present stem of hânesidan,
→ consist, + -gâr agect noun suffix (on the
model of sâzgâr), → -or.
Fr.: incohérent, inconsistant
1) Lacking in consistency, agreement, or compatibility; at variance.
2) Containing contradictory elements.
4) Maths: (of two or more
equations) not having one common set of values of the variables:
x + 2y = 5 and x + 2y = 6 are inconsistent
5) Logic: (of a set of propositions) Enabling an explicit
contradiction to be validly derived (TheFreeDictionary.com).
→ in-; → consistent.