A Dictionary of Oordoo and English

A Dictionary of Oordoo and English

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1838 edition. Excerpt: ...U- s. m. The ceremony of boring the ears. Kunz, y s. m. A treasure, store. Kup-al, Jnrra s. m. The head, forehead; a skull, fate, destiny. Kupalphfiotna, To be unfortunate. Knpal-khQQlna, To have a favourable turn of fortune. Kup-d-lee, Ji L ttt S. m. A title of Shiv. Kupalec-dsun, An attitude offuhcers in worship, standing on their heads. Kupalee-hHya, A ceremony among Hindoos-, when a dead body is burning and nearly reduced to ashes, the nearest relation breaks the skull with the stroke of a bamboo and pours melted ghee into the cavity; hence, Kupal-liriya birna, To think intensely, to beat or cudgel one's brains. Kup-a-lee, Tift. m. Name of a cast (in Bengal). Kup-ar, .L nrn; s. m. The skull, the cranium; fate, destiny, Kup-sLree, uriL-- string adj. Shrewd, sly. 1. m. A cast in Bengal, who sells greens, &c. A title of Shiv, who carries a skull in his hand and a chain of skulls round his neck; a cavesson. Vr4-h-huparee, Pain of half the head, hemicrania; an areca nut having two kernels, or rather one of those kernels which are convex on one side and flat on the other, where it was in contact with its fellow. (These nuts, from the doctrine of signatures, are said to be a remedy for the Hemicrania). Kup-as, Kjf IRre s.f Cotton (undressed); the cotton plant (Gossypeum herbaceum). Kup-at, f 3f7iZ s. m. A shutter, the leaf of a door. Kiip-ee, frtft s. m. A monkey. Kup-ila, qiftpsTT s. /. A brown-coloured cow. Kup-kup-ee, TTi" s.f. Shivering, trembling, quaking, perturbation. Kup-na, hmi v. n. To shiver, to tremble, to quake, adj. Trembling. Kup-61, JjS qir s. m. The cheek. Kupol-gendqoa, s. m. A small pillow of a circular shape to rest the cheek upon. Kup-oor, ytf r$T s. m. Camphor; also, name of a flower. K.up-60-ree, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 100 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236577612
  • 9781236577610