Definitions for "Din"
Keywords:  deutsch, normung, normen, norm, german
DIN E is the German standard of measurement for most in-dash players to enable sets to be fitted in standard slots.
German abbreviation: Deutsche Industrienorm, meaning German Industrial Standard.
a term referring to optics which is the abbreviation for Deutsche Industrie Normen, an industry standard for optics.
Usually translated to mean religion, the word strongly implies transaction between the Debtor (Allah) and the indebted (man), because the verbal root is dâna, to owe, be indebted to, take a loan, to be inferior. Hence, living the dîn means repaying one's debt to the Creator, or indeed, behaving as befits the high station of man in creation.
Life-transaction. Usually translated as religion which does not transmit the fall significance of the term. Din is the transaction between the Creditor (Allah) and the indebted (man). From the root dana, to owe, be indebted to, take a loan, be inferior. Hence 'living the din' means repaying one's debt to the Creator in a manner that befits the high station of man in creation.
Way of life, religion together with its practices.
Keywords:  clamor, clanging, loud, roar, rattling
Loud, confused, harsh noise; a loud, continuous, rattling or clanging sound; clamor; roar.
To strike with confused or clanging sound; to stun with loud and continued noise; to harass with clamor; as, to din the ears with cries.
To sound with a din; a ding.
Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen. An important nutrient for the growth of plants. DIN is nitrogen that is readily usable by plants.
dissolved inorganic nitrogen. nitrogen in the form of nitrates (NO3-) and nitrites (NO2-); readily available to plants
Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen. Nitrogen compounds, present post-filtration, that are detectable by accepted analytical chemical methods, e.g. nitrite, nitrate, and ammonium.
Keywords:  navajo, dih, neh, themselves, literally
The Navajo term for themselves (literally, "people").
Navajo (Navajo; dih-NEH)
Keywords:  connector, deltron, shack, alge, pst
A plug and socket connector consisting of a circular pattern of pins in a metal sleeve. This type of connector is commonly seen on keyboards.
Specialized multi-pin data connector used in many Alge & PST products. DIN connectors allow many different wiring configurations using the various pins within the connector. ALGE and Phoenix Sports use metal DIN connectors made by Deltron in the UK, though Radio Shack stocks most styles in less durable plastic shells. Click
Multi-wire cable with DIN connectors at both ends. Usually has 5 or 6 inner wires. Different diameter and configuration from maker to maker.
Keywords:  chaiim, etz, sefirah, mars, fifth
Din is the fifth sefirah of the Etz Chaiim, associated with the powers of Mars.
Keywords:  muslim, cry, arabic, christians, faith
the faith of a Muslim; his party cry
An Arabic word usually translated as "way" or "path." Used by Muslims and also Arabic Christians.
Deutschland Ingineering Normalization
Data Identification Number used in DCPDS
Drug Identification Number. a number issued by the Canadian government (Health Protection Branch) to each specific drug product
A numerical code assigned to each drug product marketed under or in accordance with the Food and Drugs Act and Food and Drug Regulations.
Keywords:  noisily, utter, repeat
To utter with a din; to repeat noisily; to ding.
Keywords:  noni, iden, alt, village, group
Village of Noni group. Alt. Iden
Keywords:  judgement
instill (into a person) by constant repetition; "he dinned the lessons into his students"
Keywords:  asa, film, iso, europe, sensitivity
a numerical rating used in Europe to describe the sensitivity of film to light.  The DIN rating increased by 3 as the sensitivity of the film doubles
The speed of the film. Also measured in ISO and ASA.
Keywords:  noisy, disturbance, act, making
the act of making a noisy disturbance
Keywords:  narrative, decision, item
Decision Item Narrative
Keywords:  judgment, law
law, judgment