sima

noun rock that form the continuous lower layer of the earth`s crust; rich in silicon and magnesium
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Sima

[architecture] In classical architecture, a sima is the upturned edge of a roof which acts as a gutter. Sima comes from the Greek simos, meaning bent upwards. ==Form== The sima runs around all four sides of a building. The raking sima is continuous, while the simas on the other sides are broken by downspouts. Early simas feature tubular or ...
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[Chinese surname] Sima ({zh|t=司馬|s=司马|p=Sīmǎ|w=Ssu-ma}) is a Chinese family name. Unlike most single-character Chinese family names, it is one of the rare two-character family names. It is an occupation name, literally meaning `control` (sī) `horses` (mǎ). The surname originated from one of the offices of the Three Excellencies ...
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[geology] Sima is the name for the lower layer of the Earth`s crust. This layer is made of rocks rich in magnesium silicate minerals. Typically when the sima comes to the surface it is basalt, so sometimes this layer is called the `basalt layer` of the crust. The sima layer is also called the `basal crust` or `basal layer` because it is the...
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[given name] Sima (Hindi: सीमा ) is a feminine name in use in India meaning `boundary, limit.` It is also spelled Seema. ...
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[mead] Sima was originally mead, an alcoholic beverage produced by brewing a solution of honey and water. Nowadays the honey is usually replaced mostly or entirely by different kinds of sugar and there is only a very low alcohol content due to limited fermentation. Sima is nowadays therefore a sweet sparkling brew that is mainly seasonal an...
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[office] Sima is an official post from ancient China that first appears in texts dating from the Western Zhou dynasty and continued to be used during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States period. Translated literally, it means `administrator of the horses.` Owing to the fact that the power and responsibilities associated with the office ...
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Sima

Si'ma noun (Architecture) A cyma.
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Sima

A general term for the magnesium-rich igneous rocks (basalt, gabbro, and peridotite) of the ocean basins.
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In geochemistry and geophysics, the substance of the Earth's oceanic crust, as distinct from the sial of the continental crust. The name, now used rarely, is derived from silica and magnesia, its two main chemical constituents
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Sima is a Scottish name for girls. The meaning is `God is gracious, treasure` The name Sima is most commonly given to Dutch girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Sina (German) The name sounds like: Syma, Simah, Cima, Soma Similar names are: Mima, Pima, Rima, Sina, Simla
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The oceanic crust, also the lower layer of the continental crust, so called because it is enriched in silica and magnesium oxide. compare sial.
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sima

[n] - rock that form the continuous lower layer of the earth`s crust
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