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Ég keypti Canon prentara og fékk hann til að virka á Linuxinu á aðeins tæpum klukkutíma. Það var gaman.

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Can on (dós á)?
Cannon (fallbyssa)?
Canton (bær)?

“Canon”

  1. Anna Panna sagði:

    „The hero of Canon, the man they call Þarfi!“

  2. Siggi Sveinn sagði:

    Hjálpar þetta?

    Canon
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Canon from Greek kanon \“rule\“ (perhaps originally from kanna \“reed\“, cognate to cane) is used in various meanings. The pertaining adjective is canonical.

    In Christian theological or ecclesiastical contexts:

    * Canon law, all legislation adopted by an ecumenical council, most notably found in the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Churches and the Anglican Communion of churches
    o Canon law (Catholic Church), the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church specifically
    o A specific body of such laws on a given subject, e.g. penitential canons
    * Canon (hymnography), a type of Eastern Orthodox hymn.
    * the canon of saints, see Canonization.
    * Canon (priest), a Christian priest who belongs to one of certain chapters, from Latin canonicus.

    * Canon of the Mass, the name in the Roman Missal for the prayer of consecration in the mass
    * another term for the altar cards containing certain eucharistic prayers

    In literature:

    * Canon, a fixed collection of texts, such as:
    o Biblical canon
    o Western canon
    o Greek canon
    o the Hindu canon of Shruti texts
    o Tripitaka, the Buddhist canon
    o the Taoist canon
    o the Confucian canon of Chinese classic texts
    o Canon (fiction), a body of works that are considered to be \“genuine\“ or \“official\“ within a certain fictional universe.

    In musicology:

    * Canon (music), a contrapuntal composition that employs a melody with one or more imitations; e.g. Johann Pachelbel\’s Canon in D Major

    Other uses of canon, of different origin:

    * Canon is another spelling of qanún, a stringed instrument.
    * Canon Inc., a Japanese corporation that specialises in imaging and optical products, named after Kuan Yin
    * Canons was a country estate outside of London, named after the Duke of Chandos, where the current Canons Park is located.
    * an obsolete spelling for cannon, ultimately also cognate to cane.

  3. Valla sagði:

    can•on

    Pronunciation: (kan\’un), [key]
    —n.
    1. an ecclesiastical rule or law enacted by a council or other competent authority and, in the Roman Catholic Church, approved by the pope.
    2. the body of ecclesiastical law.
    3. the body of rules, principles, or standards accepted as axiomatic and universally binding in a field of study or art: the neoclassical canon.
    4. a fundamental principle or general rule: the canons of good behavior.
    5. a standard; criterion: the canons of taste.
    6. the books of the Bible recognized by any Christian church as genuine and inspired.
    7. any officially recognized set of sacred books.
    8. any comprehensive list of books within a field.
    9. the works of an author that have been accepted as authentic: There are 37 plays in the Shakespeare canon. Cf. apocrypha (def. 3).
    10. a catalog or list, as of the saints acknowledged by the Church.
    11. Liturgy.the part of the Mass between the Sanctus and the Communion.
    12. Eastern Ch.a liturgical sequence sung at matins, usually consisting of nine odes arranged in a fixed pattern.
    13. Music.consistent, note-for-note imitation of one melodic line by another, in which the second line starts after the first.
    14. Print.a 48-point type.

  4. Tryggvi sagði:

    Longest. Comment. Ever.

  5. Þarfagreinir sagði:

    Ég þakka skilmerkileg svör. Reyndar renndi mig nokkurn grun í hvað canon þýðir … en nú veit ég mun meira um það.

  6. Anonymous sagði:

    tl;dr

  7. Skoff­ni° sagði:

    Við í fandom-bransanum á netinu notum þetta orð líka til að vísa til einhvers sem höfundar viðkomandi bókar, kvikmyndar eða þáttar skrifuðu upphaflega. Dæmi um canon!Harry Potter er drengur með gleraugu og ör á enninu. Dæmi um ekki canon!Harry er drengur með viðeigandi ör á enninu en kviknakinn í leður g-streng með buttplug og… nei, ætla að hætta hér. You get my meaning.

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