Found 3 items, similar to Alien.
English → Indonesian
asing, orang asing
English → English
adj 1: not contained in or deriving from the essential nature of
something; “an economic theory alien to the spirit of
; “the mysticism so foreign to the French
mind and temper”
; “jealousy is foreign to her nature”
2: being or from or characteristic of another place or part of
the world; “alien customs”
; “exotic plants in a
; “exotic cuisine”
n 1: a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does
not owe allegiance to your country [syn: foreigner
] [ant: citizen
2: anyone who does not belong in the environment in which they
are found [syn: stranger
3: a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its
atmosphere [syn: extraterrestrial being
v 1: transfer property or ownership; “The will aliened the
property to the heirs”
2: arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly
been love, affection, or friendliness [syn: estrange
English → English
1. A foreigner; one owing allegiance, or belonging, to
another country; a foreign-born resident of a country in
which he does not possess the privileges of a citizen.
Hence, a stranger. See Alienage
2. One excluded from certain privileges; one alienated or
estranged; as, aliens from God's mercies.
Aliens from the common wealth of Israel. --Ephes.
, a. [OF. alien, L. alienus, fr. alius another;
properly, therefore, belonging to another. See Else
1. Not belonging to the same country, land, or government, or
to the citizens or subjects thereof; foreign; as, alien
subjects, enemies, property, shores.
2. Wholly different in nature; foreign; adverse; inconsistent
(with); incongruous; -- followed by from or sometimes by
to; as, principles alien from our religion.
An alien sound of melancholy. --Wordsworth.
(Law), one who owes allegiance to a government
at war with ours. --Abbott.
, v. t. [F. ali['e]ner, L. alienare.]
To alienate; to estrange; to transfer, as property or
ownership. [R.] “It the son alien lands.”
--Sir M. Hale.
The prince was totally aliened from all thoughts of . .
. the marriage. --Clarendon.