Glossary

In this glossary you will find about 150 words we often use and cannot find easily in dictionaries. It contains description in English as well as the same word in ten other languages. Anybody interested in helping EXARC expanding this or helping translate is welcome to contact us. This glossary is a result of the Grundtvig Learning Partnerships (Didarchtik and Zeitgeist) we had over the years 2010-2012.

A hard protective covering for the head, for example in…

Preserving and protecting significant cultural sites and…

1. sharp growth on the heads of some animals, for…

Large animal with hoofs, long legs and a mane of hair,…

1. To chase and kill animals, for example for food.…

Keeping oneself and one's surroundings clean in order to…

Presenting and explaining the meaning of something to…

People living in the Arctic, Greenland and Alaska (…

Hard silvery-white magnetic metal (Fe).

Period from about 500BC to the early centuries AD,…

Hard white material from the tusks (large teeth) of a.o…

Articles worn for personal adornment, for example…

The shaping of flint, chert, obsidian or other hard…

A sharp blade with a short handle used for cutting, for…

A house built on an island or on stilts in the water. In…

The visible features of an area of land, including…

Live Action Role-Playing is a game where participants…

Tanned skin of an animal, for example as used for…

1. Brightness from a candle, a fire, the sun et cetera,…

An activity involving historical tools, activities and…

From Greek mega = large and lith = stone. Can be 1. a…

Element or alloy such as iron, bronze or tin.

A way of doing something.

“A non-profit institution open to the public, which…