English to Arabic Meaning :: whorl

Whorl :
كوكب
كوكب, فلكة المغزل - كوكبكوكبwhorledجدلات
 
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Noun(1) A strand or cluster of hair(2) A structure consisting of something wound in a continuous series of loops(3) Spiral

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(1) Generally, soleniscid gastropods have smooth, orthostrophic early ontogenetic whorls and a tightly coiled initial whorl .(2) Around these reproductive organs is the perianth, usually consisting of an outer whorl of sepals and an inner whorl of petals.(3) The whorl of concentric circles behind them could represent Hollywood or heaven.(4) The beautiful nautilus' shell is white to orange, with white stripes and a central, black whorl .(5) However, the initial whorl of these gastropods is unknown and therefore it is unknown whether it is tightly or openly coiled.(6) Trillium species are characterized by a single trimerous flower subtended by a whorl of three leaves.(7) A 2oz spindle with a 2 inch diameter whorl works for fine to medium thickness wool.(8) Thirty terminal shoot segments were harvested randomly from the last whorl of branches at the top of the trees.(9) The strong lateral constriction at the beginning of the gerontic whorl is also a diagnostic shell feature of this subfamily.(10) The whorl is located at the bottom of the shaft and there is either a hook or a notch at the top of the shaft to catch the yarn.(11) The dances are kinetic kaleidoscopes where steps whorl into wildness(12) With an image size of 4 by 3 inches, it evokes the distinctive whorls of fingerprints as well as the terraced topography of a rugged landscape.(13) The under-layer is now permeated by patterns of curving lines with a resemblance to the whorls of fingerprints.(14) In subsequent prints, the demurely phallic-shaped object gradually metastasizes into a whorling explosion.(15) Floral organ identity genes control the identity of the organs in the four floral whorls - the sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels - and act downstream of the meristem identity loci.(16) The cells may be arranged in a nodular or whorled pattern.
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Noun
1. loop ::
عقدة
2. scroll ::
التمرير
3. ringlet ::
حليقة
4. helix ::
حلزون
Different Forms
whorl, whorled, whorls
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