08617963-n 'the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill)';
Bulgarian връх
Catalan cimal , cresta , cim , pic , cúspide , cimalada
Chinese (simplified) 最高点 , 顶部 , 顶峰 , 顶点 , 高峰 , 尖峰 ,
Danish top
English top8 ( ) , crest3 () , peak2 , crown , tip , summit ()
Basque gain , goialde , goi , mendi-tontor , gailur , tontor
Finnish huippu , kärki
French cime , faîte , pointe , bout , crête , sommet
Hebrew פִּסְגָּה , רֹאשׁ-הַר
Croatian vrh
Indonesian puncak , hujung , kemuncak , mercu
Icelandic tindur , toppur
Italian punta , cima , cocuzzolo , cucuzzolo , vetta , cuspide , culmine , giogo , pizzo , colmo , picco , apice , sommità
Japanese , 天辺 , , 山嶺 , 山巓 , , 絶頂 , 山頂 , 山顛 , , , 天頂 , 山峰 , 頂上 , 頂点 , 頂き
Dutch piek , apex , bergtop , kruin , top
Nynorsk topp
Bokmål topp
Portuguese cima , cume , pico , topo
Chinese (traditional) 山頂 , , ,
Romanian creștet , pisc , spinare , vârf
Slovak vrcholec , špička
Slovene vrh
Spanish cima , pico , cumbre , cresta
Swedish toppmöte
Thai ยอดเขา
Malaysian puncak , hujung , kemuncak , mercu
Definitions
Italian
punto piu` alto di una montagna o collina; la parte più alta di una montagna
Japanese
何かの頂点または極点(通常山または丘) ― 頂上からの景色はすばらしい; 彼ら残丘の先端へとよじ登った; 領域は頂点の幅が分子2、3個分である
Romanian
Partea cea mai de sus (ascuțită) a anumitor forme de relief (deal, munte).
English
the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill) ― the view from the peak was magnificent; they clambered to the tip of Monadnock; the region is a few molecules wide at the summit
Relations
Hyponym: hilltop mountain_peak pinnacle
Hypernym: topographic_point
Semantic Field: locationn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ LandArea

TempoWN: (Past: 0.627; Present: 0.001; Future: 0.000)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.25 -0.00)


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