This wiki is a XML full dump clone of "Heroes Wiki", the main wiki about the Heroes saga that has been shut down permanently since June 1, 2020. The purpose of this wiki is to keep online an exhaustive and accurate database about the franchise.


From Heroes Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

This is the list of the English Vocabulary that I've learned and am still learning from the Heroesverse. I would like to go on a chronological order. Some of the translations are Turkish and some are in English.


Week One

  1. Arbitrary = Keyfi, Rasgele seçilmiş
  2. Cheerleader = Ponpon kızı
  3. Crue = Kabarma, yükselme
  4. Discernible = Ayırt edilebilir, fark edilebilir
  5. Motley = Mixed, of great variety, Varied in colours
  6. Reluctant = Gönülsüz, isteksiz, tereddütlü
  7. Sophomore = 2. sınıf öğrencisi (lise veya üniversitede)
  8. To puke = To vomit
  9. Wicca = is a neopagan, nature-based religion. It was popularised in 1954 by Gerald Gardner, a retired British civil servant, who at the time called it a "Witch cult" and "Witchcraft", and its adherents "the Wica". Wicca is the largest of the Neopagan religions. Wiccans have great reverence for the Earth and for their Goddess and her consort, the horned God. Their main rule of behavior is the Wiccan Rede which forbids them from harming people, including themselves, except in some cases of self-defense.
  10. Wiccan = Someone practising the Wicca

Week Four

  1. Sneak preview = A preview to test audience reactions, early screening (unofficial) of a film

Week Eight

  1. Presumptous = Kibirli, Cüretli, Kendine çok güvenen, Küstah, Kendinden çok emin, Haddini bilmez; excessively forward; "an assumptive person"

Week Nine

  1. Credential = Delil, Vekaletname, Kimlik kartı, İtimat sebebi, İtimatname
  2. Credentials = Referans, Ehliyet, Kimlik belgeleri, Güven belgeleri, Tanıtımlar, Referans mektubu, Kimlik belgeleri, Güven mektubu
  3. Eminence = An elevated condition among men, A title of honour, Title of a Roman Catholic Cardinal
  4. Eminent = Having achieved eminence; Seçkin, Ünlü, Yüksek rütbeli, Güzide

Volume One

Week One


  1. Bishop game = Satranç
  2. Bouncer = Gece kulübü fedaisi
  3. Bucks = Dollars
  4. Cab = Taksi
  5. Cabbie = Taksici
  6. Coerce = Zorlamak, baskı yapmak
  7. Cold turkey = Uyuşturucuyu veya sigarayı birden bırakma
  8. Disarray = Karışıklık, kargaşa
  9. Eerie = Tuhaf ve korkutucu
  10. Fiery = Ateşli, alevli
  11. Fudge = To make up; to devise; to contrive; to fabricate; as, he never did the experiment, and merely fudged the data
  12. Fund raiser = Someone who works to raise money for a particular purpose
  13. Grand = Thousand
  14. Handlebar = Bisiklet gidonu
  15. Linen = Keten
  16. Logic board = Main (logic) board
  17. Louse = Bit (pl. Lice)
  18. Lousy = Infested with lice, boktan, berbat, Remarkably bad; of poor quality, dirty, or underhanded
  19. Mangle = Mechanical device with large heated rollers which smooth and flatten linens
  20. Margin = Sayfanın kenarı, Maliyet fiyatı ile satış fiyatı arasındaki fark
  21. Mob = Mafya
  22. Mouth-breather = Mouth breathing in public is sometimes considered to be less socially acceptable or attractive than nose breathing, as mouth breathers can appear to have a somewhat "slack jawed" look, and mouth breathing can cause or exacerbate bad breath. Thusly, the term 'mouth breather' is used as an insult towards a person with a perceived lack of intelligence or someone with poor social skills.
  23. Muffin = a charming, attractive young man
  24. Mustang = Yabani at
  25. Patronise = Büyüklük taslamak, hor görmek; korumak, himaye etmek
  26. Peeping tom = Röntgenci
  27. Pinhole camera = İğne delikli kamera
  28. Plea = Rica
  29. Poll = Anket
  30. Plughole = Tapa deliği
  31. Rap sheet = Adli sicil, sabıka kaydı
  32. Report card = Karne
  33. Rose-coloured glasses
  34. Screw you = Siktir git, Canın cehenneme
  35. Sheet = Çarşaf
  36. Slob = Pasaklı
  37. Solemn = Ağır başlı
  38. Stock = Sermaye, Hisse senedi
  39. Stock page = Borsa sayfası
  40. Stud = Aygır
  41. Stunt = Tehlikeli iş, marifet
  42. To berate = Azarlamak, paylamak
  43. To bounce = come back after being refused; "the check bounced
  44. To debunk = expose while ridiculing; especially of pretentious or false claims and ideas; "The physicist debunked the psychic's claims; If you debunk a widely held belief, you show that it is false. If you debunk something that is widely admired, you show that it is not as good as people think it is. Historian Michael Beschloss debunks a few myths. to show that an idea or belief is false.
  45. To grind = Öğütmek, bilemek
  46. To hover = Havada asılı kalmak, süzülmek
  47. To hump = Cinsel ilişkiye girmek
  48. To increment = Artmak (miktarca)
  49. To mangle = Vurarak ezmek veya parçalamak, Press with a mangle; "mangle the sheets"
  50. To overrate = To rate or value too highly
  51. To screw around = Boş boş dolaşmak, Saçmalamak
  52. To shoplift = Mağaza soymak
  53. To shove = To push forcibly
  54. To slam = Hız ve gürülti ile çarpmak
  55. To snap out of smthng = Kendine gelmek, toparlanmak; If someone who is depressed snaps out of it or snaps out of their depression, they suddenly become more cheerful, especially by making an effort. Come on, snap out of it! Often a patient cannot snap out of their negativity that easily
  56. To spook = Frighten or scare, and often provoke into a violent action; "The noise spooked the horse"
  57. To stick out = -den dışarı uzanmak
  58. To yearn = to have a strong desire for something, especially something that is difficult or impossible to get
  59. Tuition = Okul taksidi


  1. Slay = Öldürmek, katletmek, vahşice öldürmek
  2. Surreptitiously = Gizlice, el altından

Hiro's Blog Entry 3

  1. Kiosk = Büfe
  2. Yatai = Small, mobile food shops
  3. Otakus = People with obsessive interests, particularly anime, manga, and video games

Week Two