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.

Sound with rhythm and melody produced by singing or by…

The art of steering a ship or finding one's way.

A wanderer - a member of a people without a permanent…

Supplying someone with food; the goodness obtained from…

“A scientific collection in the open air of various…

Well-preserved mummified remains of a man who lived…

Plant or vegetable substance used as a dye to change the…

1. Thick black sticky substance obtained from coal tar.…

A small natural living organism, for example a herb,…

To rub a stone, piece of wood et cetera until it is…

Later changes to archaeological remains, for example by…

Technology of or pertaining to an earliest or original…

Something that is thrown especially as a weapon, for…

A rebuilding of a destroyed structure based on available…

Belief in and worship of a god or gods.

A survey or critical examination of a subject or past…

Strong thick cord made by twisting fibres of for example…

Large model carved from stone, clay or wood.

A place where people live, such as a group of houses or…

A large vessel for travelling over water, usually the…

Covering for the foot usually made from leather.

Processing an ore such as iron by melting it in order to…

Scientific study of the nature, structure and workings…