Fr.: 1, 3) représentation, interprétation; 2) fonctionnement, performance; exécution
1) The act of performing a ceremony, play, piece of music, etc.
1) pergâli; 2) vâpeš-e pergalandé
Fr.: 1) performatif; d'interprétation; 2) performativité
A sentence or expression which is not only describing a given reality, but actually does or accomplishes something. For example "I now declare you husband and wife" (when uttered by the authorized officiator during a marriage ceremony).
Fr.: interprète, acteur, artiste
1) Someone who performs in front of an audience, for example an actor or musician.
A prefix meaning "about, around" (perimeter, periscope), "enclosing, surrounding" (pericardium), and "near" (perigee, perihelion).
From Gk. peri "around, about, beyond;" cognate with Pers. pirâ-, as below.
Pirâ-, variant par- "around, about," from Mid.Pers. pÃªrâ; O.Pers. pariy "around, about," Av. pairi "around, over," per- "to pass over, beyond;" cf. Skt. pari; Indo-Iranian *pari- "around;" PIE base *per- "through, across, beyond;" cf. Gk. peri "around, about, beyond;" L. per "through."
The point in an orbit of a body where it is closest to its primary; opposite of → apoapsis.
In a binary system, the point in the orbit where a component is nearest the other component; opposite of → apastron.
The point in the orbit of one component of a binary system which is closest to the center of mass of the system; opposite of → apocenter.
The point in the orbit of a satellite around the Moon closest to the Moon; opposite of → apocynthion.
Of or pertaining to a → perigalacticon.
The point in an object's orbit around a galaxy when the object lies closest to the galactic center; opposite of → apogalacticon.
The point in the orbit of a body revolving around the Earth at which it is nearest to the Earth; opposite of → apogee.
From Fr. périgée, from L. perigÃ¦um, from Gk. perigaion "near of the earth," from → per- "near" + gaia/ge "earth."
Pirâzam, from pirâ-, → peri-, + Av. zam- "the earth," Mid.Pers. zamig, Mod.Pers. zami, zamin "the earth;" cf. Skt. ksam, Gk. khthÃ´n, khamai "on the ground," L. homo "earthly being" and humus "the earth" (as in homo sapiens or homicide, humble, humus, exhume); PIE root *dh(e)ghom "earth".
Fr.: éclipse périgée
A solar or lunar eclipse that takes place when the Moon is at the → perigee of its orbit. The maximum duration of a solar perigee eclipse is 5h 14m (between first and the fourth contact). The maximum duration of a lunar perigee eclipse, between the two exterior contacts of the Moon with the penumbra, is 5h 16m, the maximum totality being 1h 40m (M.S.: DSE).
perigee full Moon
Fr.: pleine lune de périgée
The → full Moon when our natural satellite is at its closest approach to the Earth. Perigee full Moons are as much as 14% larger and 30% brighter than → apogee full Moons. Also called perigee-syzygy full Moon, super full Moon, and → supermoon. The Supermoon on November 14, 2016, was the closest (356,523 km) a Full Moon has been to Earth since January 26, 1948. The next time a Full Moon is even closer to Earth (356,448 km) will be on November 25, 2034.
perigee-syzygy full Moon
Fr.: lune de pÃ©rigÃ©Ã©-syzygie
The nearest point to the Sun in an orbit around the Sun; opposite of → aphelion.
Perihelion, from L. perihelium, from → peri- + helios "sun," cognate with L. sol, Skt. surya, Av. hvar-, Mod.Pers. xor, hur, O.H.G. sunna, Ger. Sonne, E. sun; PIE *sawel- "sun".
Pirâhur, from pirâ-, → peri-, + hur "sun," as above;
Fr.: avance du périhélie
Fr.: distance au périhélie
Fr.: prÃ©cession du pÃ©rihÃ©lie