krest

krèst išt. Važiúojant blogù keliù krãtė nestipriai̇̃ – krèst, krèst.

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  • Krest'jane —    Voir Les Paysans …   Dictionnaire mondial des Films

  • crest — /krɛst / (say krest) noun 1. a. a tuft or other natural growth of the top of an animal s head, as the comb of a cock. b. feathers on top of a bird s head which stand upright or are erectile. 2. anything resembling or suggesting such a tuft. 3.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Bořivoj Ier de Bohême — Bořivoj Ier est duc de Bohême de 872 à 889. Sommaire 1 Origine …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crestwood — /krest wood /, n. 1. a city in E Missouri. 12,815. 2. a town in NE Illinois. 10,712. * * * …   Universalium

  • crest — krest n. tuft of feathers (as decoration, on a bird, etc.); part of a coat of arms; highest point; ridge v. reach the top; form a ridge or crest; decorate with a crest …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cresting — krest n. tuft of feathers (as decoration, on a bird, etc.); part of a coat of arms; highest point; ridge v. reach the top; form a ridge or crest; decorate with a crest …   English contemporary dictionary

  • crests — krest n. tuft of feathers (as decoration, on a bird, etc.); part of a coat of arms; highest point; ridge v. reach the top; form a ridge or crest; decorate with a crest …   English contemporary dictionary

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