Frost::Cookbook::Glossar - The meaning of life
Some explanations of words used with Frost.
Source is http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ unless otherwise noted.
- A place of safety
- The protection,
physical and legal,
afforded by such a place.
- A place of protection or restraint for one or more classes of the disadvantaged,
especially the mentally ill.
- Object factory and storage management
- The act of burying
- deep six
- Object storage backend
- A place where the dead are buried.
- memorial park
- Object storage
- to shine light on something
- to decorate something with lights
- to clarify or make something understandable
- to decorate the page of a manuscript book with ornamental designs
- to glow
- to be exposed to light
- Object index
- A professional person (such as a doctor or clergyman) who temporarily fulfills the duties of another.
- Proxying base object
- an investigation or inquiry into the truth of some matter
- an inquest
- a questioning
- FAQ - frequently asked question
- An undertaker or funeral director
- Object storage management helper
- A person who practices necromancy.
- Divination involving the dead or death.
- The act of divining,
a foreseeing or foretelling of future events.
- The pretended art of discovering secrets or the future by preternatural means.
- An indication of what is future or secret,
- Object storage manager
- The soft light in the sky seen before the rising and (especially) after the setting of the sun,
occasioned by the illumination of the earth's atmosphere by the direct rays of the sun and their reflection on the earth.
- The time when this light is visible,
the period between daylight and darkness.
- Any faint light through which something is seen,
an in-between or fading condition.
- Object cache
- An arched structure of masonry,
forming a ceiling or canopy.
- A structure resembling a vault,
especially (poetic) that formed by the sky.
- A secure,
especially an underground room used for burial,
or to store valuables,
- Persistent options
- From German verboten ("forbidden").
- A loanword with connotations of state authoritarianism,
derived from a perception of the German Empire under Wilhelm II or Nazi Germany.
Contemporary usage may be jocular.
- Germany's most favourite word [source: Everyone's experience ;-) ]
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