An English and Arabic Dictionary Volume 1

An English and Arabic Dictionary Volume 1

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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. 1858 edition. Excerpt: ... The rebels. _LiL tifdh, Plenitude, fulness. What runs over a boiling pot, the froth or scum. ijuL tufdwat, A halo round the sun or moon. The overflowings of a boiling pot. J-0 tafah, The being full, running over (a vessel). Filling anything till it overflows. UU tafk&n (fem. s&), Overflowing. fjsia tafah, The being fixed to, or busy in a place. Setting about anything one means to finish. Jils tafl (fem. iidils, plur. JUis), Young, tender (boy or girl). it tufu-u, The being extinguished. (fire)' iljils tufulat (or i3Jb), Infancy, childhood. ljsio tah, Order, ceremony, constitution (especially ecclesiastical). iJte tilal, Enquiring, searching, asking. C--jxij tulldb (plur. of k__JUj), Students, curious enquirers. +Jbb taldsim, Plur. of Mump. clls tildi, Considering, the being attentive to, looking at, reading, proposing. jjilL taluk, A divorce, repudiation. Jiijic-jis, A libel or formula. its taldwat, Beauty, grace, loveliness, elegance. i_lL taldb, A petition, request; demand. Summons, call. To ask, petition, request, demand, exact, solicit, pursue with ambition. To call. s-talhiyat, A sheet of paper. xJjg tilsam or tihim, A talisman, or magical image, upon which, under a certain horoscope, are engraved mystical characters, as charms against enchantment, or fascination. They use talismans as preservatives in various ways, particularly in burying them with treasure, to prevent it from being discovered. ij&e talat, Aspect, face, countenance, appearance. JUL tumdninat, Best, repose. %-h tarnac, Avarice, avidity, covet ousness. Desire, concupiscence. jdi tamn, Quiet, quiescent. & tumbur, A kind of lute or guitar with a long neck, and six brass strings. A drum. A: v.Vi tantanat, Sound, resounding, re-echoing of musical instruments. The...show more

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  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 163g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236533852
  • 9781236533852