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buckling Explained

buckling at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

['bʌklıŋ]

bückling at German => English Of Explained:

kipper

bückling at German => English Of Explained:

bloater

bückling at German => English Of Explained:

kipper

buckling at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:

Mode of failure under compression of a structural component that is thin (see shell structure) or much longer than wide (e.g., post, column, leg bone). L. Euler first worked out in 1757 the theory of why such members buckle. The definition by T. Young of the elastic modulus significantly propelled building construction science forward. The elastic theory formed the basis of structural analysis until World War II, when the behavior of bomb-damaged buildings forced the modification of some of the theory's underlying assumptions. See also post-and-lintel system.

Bückling at German => English Of Explained:

Bückling [bɵkliŋ]nsm
kipper

Buckling at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Buckle \Buc"kle\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Buckled}; p. pr. & vb. n.
{Buckling}.] [OE. boclen, F. boucler. See {Buckle}, n.]
1. To fasten or confine with a buckle or buckles; as, to
buckle a harness.

2. To bend; to cause to kink, or to become distorted.

3. To prepare for action; to apply with vigor and
earnestness; -- generally used reflexively

Buckling \Buc"kling\, a.
Wavy; curling, as hair. --Latham.

buckling at English (WD) Of Explained:

==English==

Etymology 1

From the verb Inter: term » buckle|to buckle|lang=en, equivalent to Inter: suffix » buckle|ing.

Noun

Inter: en-nou » n
  • Inter: geolog » y A folding into hills and valleys.
    1. The action of collapsing under pressure or stress.

      Adjective

      Inter: en-ad » j


  • wavy; curly, as hair
  • : Inter: rfquotek » Latham

  • Inter: Webster 191 » 3

    Verb

    buckling
  • Inter: present participle of » buckle

    Etymology 2

    Inter: suffix » buck|ling|lang=en.

    Noun

    Inter: en-nou » n

  • A young male domestic goat of between one and two years.Technical Development Committee of the National Veterinary Association of Great Britain and Ireland, The Husbandry and Diseases of Goats,[http://books.google.com/books?id=vCZHAAAAMAAJ] published 1950, page 6: “‘Goatling’ refers to a female yearling; ‘buckling’ to a male yearling.” buckling” in Robert Alan Lewis, CRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences,[http://books.google.com/books?id=TwRUZK0WTWAC] CRC Press (2002), ISBN 0-8493-2327-4, page 220: “a male goat, 1 to 2 years of age”. W. A. Greig and George Amos Banham, Banham’s The Veterinary Surgeons’ Vade Mecum (formerly Veterinary Posology and Other Information),[http://books.google.com/books?id=GKgwAAAAIAAJ] Baillière, Tindall and Cox (1952), page 166: “a male between one and two years of age”.
    1. 1994, Carla Emery, The Encyclopedia of Country Living, Ninth Edition, Sasquatch Books, ISBN 1-57061-377-X, page 715,
    2. : If you do have extra milk, then by all means raise your extra bucklings and cull doelings for meat.
    3. 1994, Mary C. Smith and David M. Sherman, Goat Medicine,[http://books.google.com/books?id=nWCLpQFrdnMC] Blackwell Publishing, ISBN 0-8121-1478-7, page 429,
    4. : The newborn doe kids destined to become habitual aborters (and the buckling that carries the trait) are above average in weight and have a very fine haircoat.
    5. 1997, Ruth Schubarth, “Born Backwards”, in Linda M. Hasselstrom, Gaydell M. Collier, and Nancy Curtis (eds.), Leaning Into the Wind: Women Write from the Heart of the West, Houghton Mifflin Books, ISBN 0395901316, page 161,
    6. : I milk the goats and put wethers (the castrated bucklings) in the freezer with ducks, chickens, rabbits, and lambs.
      Usage notes
      * Inter: sense » young male goat Not all sources agree on the exact age range for which this term applies; for example, one source applies it to kids as young as six months.Stephen W. Barnett, “Goats”, in Stephen W. Barnett (ed.), Manual of Animal Technology,[http://books.google.com/books?id=Jv8jIGZ2HGsC] Blackwell Publishing (2007), ISBN 0632055936, page 140: “male from 6 months to 2 years of age”.

      Etymology 3

      cognate with Inter: etyl » gmh Inter: term » bockinc|lang=gmh and Inter: etyl » dum Inter: term » bocking|lang=dum (itself from Inter: term » bok||buck|lang=dum, referencing the foul smell)

      Noun

      Inter: en-nou » n


  • Smoked herring
    See also
    * stockfish
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top » smoked herring
    • Dutch: Inter: t+ » nl|bokking
    • Finnish: Inter: t- » fi|savusilli


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Portuguese: Inter: t- » pt|flambagem Inter: qualifier » Brazil

  • Inter: trans-botto » m

    References

    • Inter: R:VDEW » b
    • Inter: R:VDE » N


    Translation: ar » buckling
    Translation: de » buckling
    Translation: fr » buckling
    Translation: mg » buckling
    Translation: my » buckling
    Translation: pl » buckling
    Translation: fi » buckling
    Translation: ta » buckling
    Translation: vi » buckling
    Translation: zh » buckling

    Bückling at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==German==
    Category: Image - :Buckling.jpg|thumb|Bückling

    Noun

    Inter: de-noun » m|Bücklings|gen2=Bücklinges|Bücklinge
  • red herring (smoke-cured herring)

  • Category: Category:de:Foods -
    Category: Category:de:Fish -
    Translation: de » Bückling
    Translation: ko » Bückling
    Translation: nl » Bückling
    Translation: zh » Bückling