1) bahâr (#); 2) cešmé (#); 3) fanar (#)
Fr.: 1) printemps; 2) source; 3) ressort
1) The season that starts when the Sun, during its apparent yearly
motion, attains the celestial longitude 0 degree in the Northern
Hemisphere and 180 degrees in the Southern Hemisphere. The current
length of the spring season, around the year 2000, is about: spring
1) From the verb M.E. springen; O.E. springan "to leap, burst forth,
fly up;" the notion is of the "spring of the year," when plants "spring up" cf. Du., Ger.
1) Bahâr, from Mid.Pers. wahâr "spring;" O.Pers. vāhara-
"spring time," θūra-vāhara-
"name of a spring month;" Av. vaηhar "spring;"
cf. Skt. vasara- "relating or appearing in the morning;"
Gk. ear "spring;" L. uēr "spring," vernus "of spring;"
O.N. vār "spring;" Lith. vasara "summer;" O.C.S. vesna
Fr.: constante de rappel du ressort
A characteristic of a spring which is defined as the ratio of the force affecting the spring to the displacement caused by the force. In other words, the spring constant is the force applied if the displacement in the spring is unity. It is expressed by the equation k = -F/x (from → Hooke's law), where F = force applied, x = displacement by the spring. The spring constant is usually expressed in Newton per meter (N/m).
Fr.: équinoxe de printemps
Fr.: grande marée
Tide that occurs when the → Earth, the → Sun, and the → Moon are in a line. This happens approximately twice a month, around → new moon and → full moon. In such a condition, known as → syzygy, the tidal force due to the Sun reinforces that due to the Moon. Spring tides have nothing to do with the season spring. The name derives from the meaning "a leap, jump, bound, rise."
Spring "a leap, jump, or bound;" M.E. springen, from spring O.E. springan "to leap, fly up; spread, grow;" cognates: O.N., O.Fris. springa, M.Du. springhen, O.H.G. springan, Ger. springen, from PIE *sprengh-, form *spergh- "to move, hasten, spring" (Skt. sprhayati "desires eagerly," Gk. sperkhesthai "to hurry."
Mehkešandak "high tide," from meh-, → high, + kešand, → tide.
Fr.: source sous-marine
Hydrology: A freshwater spring that emerges off the seashore.