Osoba, lice, persona.
ETYM Latin, an instrument for marking, character, Greek, from charassein to make sharp, to cut into furrows, to engrave: cf. French caractčre.
1. A person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities); SYN. eccentric, type, case.
3. Good repute.
4. The inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; SYN. fiber, fibre.
5. An actor's portrayal of someone in a play; SYN. role, theatrical role, part, persona.
6. A written symbol that is used to represent speech; SYN. grapheme, graphic symbol.
7. One of the symbols that can be represented in a computer.
8. Characters include letters, numbers, spaces, punctuation marks, and special symbols.
Sinonimi: human face | facing
ETYM French, from Latin facies form, shape, face, perh. from facere to make (see Fact); or perh. orig. meaning appearance, and from a root meaning to shine, and akin to Eng. fancy. Related to Facetious.
1. The front of the head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear; SYN. human face.
2. The part of an animal corresponding to the human face.
3. The general outward appearance of something.
4. (Synecdoche) A part of a person is used to refer to a person.
5. The act of confronting bravely; SYN. facing.
6. A vertical surface of a building or cliff.
7. Status in the eyes of others.
8. The side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object).
9. The striking or working surface of an implement.
In geometry, a plane surface of a solid enclosed by edges. A cube has six square faces, a cuboid has six rectangular faces, and a tetrahedron has four triangular faces.
ETYM Old Eng. persone, persoun, person, parson, Old Fren. persone, French personne, Latin persona a mask (used by actors), a personage, part, a person, from personare to sound through; per + sonare to sound. Related to Per-, Parson.
(Irregular plural: people).
1. A grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms.
2. A human being; SYN. individual, someone, somebody, mortal, human, soul.
3. A person's body (usually including their clothing).
(Irregular plural: selves).
1. A person considered as a unique individual.
2. One's consciousness of one's own identity; SYN. ego.
The individual as an experiencing being, the subject of contemplation, the object of introspection, and the agent of thought and action. Personality and ego are commonly used synonyms, though they do not have exactly the same meaning. The personality is more outwardly observable (by others, that is) and the ego, as a psychoanalytical term at least, contains unconscious elements that the self does not recognize.
ETYM Latin, from specere to look, to behold. Related to Spy.
1. A bit of tissue or blood or urine that is taken for diagnostic purposes.
2. An example regarded as typical of its class.
A supernatural man-like beingnimble; strong; courageous.