amatieris


amatieris
lietv. любитель
LKLv59
▪ Termini
lv arheol.
ru любитель
en amateur
de Laie
de Amateur
Zin94
▪ Skaidrojumi
lv Izcelsme - franču amateur \< latīņu amator (amatoris) ‘mīlētājs’
lv Cilvēks, kas interesējas par kādu tehnikas, sporta, zinātnes, arī mākslas nozari un tajā bez materiālas atlīdzības darbojas no pamatdarba brīvajā laikā
Jum99
▪ Sinonīmi
lietv.
1. neprofesionālis
2. diletants
T09

Latviešu-krievu vārdnīcu. 2014.

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  • Alberts Tarulis — (1906 September 24, 1927) was a Latvian football midfielder who had very promising prospects with the Latvia national football team but committed suicide aged just 21.BiographyTarulis became a regular player with Amatieris the oldest Latvian… …   Wikipedia

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  • Arnolds Tauriņš — Infobox Football biography playername= Arnolds Tauriņš dateofbirth = birth date|1910|08|10 cityofbirth = countryofbirth = Russian Empire dateofdeath = death date and age|1984|08|20|1910|08|10 cityofdeath = Milwaukee countryofdeath = USA position …   Wikipedia

  • Aleksejs Auziņš — (August 07, 1910 in Jelgava April 25, 1997 in Riga) was a Latvian football midfielder, manager and also an ice hockey player.Football playing careerAuziņš was born in the provincial city of Jelgava, but he made his first serious steps in football …   Wikipedia

  • Arkādijs Pavlovs — Infobox Football biography playername= Arkādijs Pavlovs fullname = Arkādijs Pavlovs nickname = Arkaša dateofbirth = birth date|1903|02|02 cityofbirth = Riga countryofbirth = Russian Empire dateofdeath = death date and age|1960|6|26|1903|2|2… …   Wikipedia

  • Edvīns Bārda — (April 6, 1900 in Riga September 28, 1947 in Liverpool) was a Latvian footballer and manager, the elder and most popular of four football playing Bārda brothers. BiographyEdvīns Bārda started his career in 1921 when he joined JKS Riga the… …   Wikipedia

  • Česlavs Stančiks — (born 26 August 1898, date of death unknown) was a Latvian footballer. In 1939 he resettled in Germany as part of resettlement of all Baltic Germans. Club playing career Stančiks first football club was Amatieris for which he played in 1912 at… …   Wikipedia

  • Riga Vanderer — (sometimes written as Wanderer, in later years Rīgas Vilki, also RV) was a Latvian football club that was founded in 1927, disbanded in 1940, restored a year later and disbanded again in 1944.HistoryFoundingThe decision of founding the new sports …   Wikipedia

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