âgarbidan, farz kardan, farzidan (#)
To take as granted or true; suppose.
M.E., from L. assumere "to take up," from ad- "to, up" + sumere "to take," from sub "under" + emere "to take."
Âgarbidan, from âgarb, → assumption.
âgarb, farz (#)
A fact or statement (as a proposition, axiom, postulate, or notion) taken for granted.
M.E., from L.L. assumption, assumptio "taking up," from L. assumere, → assume.
Âgarb, from â-, nuance prefix, +
garb, from Av./O.Pers. grab-, Av. gərəb-
"to take, to seize;" cf. Mod.Pers. gereftan "to take; to assume;"
Skt. grah-, grabh- "to seize, to take,"
graha "seizing, holding, perceiving;" M.L.G. grabben "to grab;"
E. grab "to take or grasp suddenly;" PIE *ghrebh- "to seize."
1) To use up, spend. See also → expend.
M.E., from O.Fr. consumer "to consume" and directly from L. consumere "to use up, eat, waste," from → com-, intensive prefix, + sumere "to take," from → sub- "under" + emere "to buy, take," from PIE root *em- "to take, distribute;" cf. Skt. yam- "to hold," Av. yam- "to hold, keep," → expend.
Gosârdan "to consume, drink; dissipate, wipe out; let go," probably from Proto-Ir. *ui-sard-, from *sard- "to smear, rub;" cf. Khotanese (+*ā-) esaly "to besmear;" Kurd. sirīn "to wipe," sirewe "to wipe out, erase;" Oss. særdyn "to smear."
1) The act of consuming.
Verbal noun of → consume.
1) bazâv; 2) bazâvidan
Fr.: 1) somme; 2) sommer
1a) Math.: The number or quantity that is the result of adding
two or more numbers or quantities.
M.E. summe, from O.Fr. summe, from L. summa "total number, whole, essence, gist," noun use of feminine of summus "highest," superlative of superus, → super-.
Bazâv, from Mid.Pers. abzây-, abzudan (Mod.Pers. afzâ-, afzudan) "to increase;" Parthian abigâw- "to increase;" Sogd. β(ə)žāw "to grow, increase;" O.Pers. abiyajāv- "to increase, add to, promote," from abi-, aiby- "in addition to; to; against" + root jav- "press forward;" Av. gu- "to increase;" Khotanese gvāna- "growth;" Skt. jav- "to press forward, impel quickly, excite," javate "hastens").
To make a summary of; state or express in a concise form.
1) A brief account giving the main points of something.
Bazâvak, from bazâv, present stem of bazâvidan, → sum, + -ak relation suffix.
The season that starts when the Sun, during its apparent yearly motion, attains the celestial longitude 90 degrees in the Northern Hemisphere and 270 degrees in the Southern Hemisphere. The current length of the summer season, around the epoch 2000, is 93.65 days.
M.E. sumer, from O.E. sumor (cf. O.S., O.N., O.H.G. sumar, O.Fris. sumur, M.Du. somer, Du. zomer, Ger. Sommer), from PIE base *sem- "summer;" cf. Av. ham- "summer;" Mid.Pers. hāin "summer;" Skt. sámā- "half-year, season;" Arm. am "year," amarn "summer;" O.Ir. sam "summer;" O.Welsh ham "summer."
From Mid.Pers. tâpistân, ultimately from Proto-Iranain *tap-stā-
"hot, heat season, time, place." The first component
*tap- "to shine, radiate;" cf. Mod.Pers.
tâbidan, variants tâftban "to shine," tafsidan
"to become hot;" Mid.Pers. tâftan
"to heat, burn, shine;" taftan "to become hot;" Parthian t'b "to shine;"
Av. tāp-, taf- "to warm up, heat," tafsat "became hot,"
tāpaiieiti "to create warmth;"
cf. Skt. tap- "to heat, be/become hot; to spoil, injure, damage; to suffer,"
tapati "burns;" L. tepere "to be warm," tepidus "warm;"
PIE base *tep- "to be warm."
Fr.: solstice d'été
The moment in the northern hemisphere when the → Sun attains its highest → declination of 23°26' (or 23°.44) with respect the → equator plane. It happens when the Earth's axis is orientated directly toward the Sun, on 21 or 22 June. During the northern solstice the Sun appears to be directly overhead at noon for places situated at → latitude 23.44 degrees north, known as the → tropic of Cancer. The summer solstice can occur at any moment during the day. Two successive summer solstices are shifted in time by about 6 h. The summer solstice in the northern hemisphere is the → winter solstice in the southern hemisphere.
Fr.: triangle d'été