A Vocabulary Persian Arabic and English; Containing Such Words as Have Been Adopted from the Two Former of Those Languages, and Incorporated Into the Hindoui, Together with Some Hundred of Compound Verbs, Formed from Persian or Arabic

A Vocabulary Persian Arabic and English; Containing Such Words as Have Been Adopted from the Two Former of Those Languages, and Incorporated Into the Hindoui, Together with Some Hundred of Compound Verbs, Formed from Persian or Arabic

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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. 1785 edition. Excerpt: ... test, standard: Iyar; a cheat, impostor: Iyari; imposture. /Lyt (iyal) Family, children, domestics. Uc (iyan) Clear, manifest, public, conspicuous: lyanun; visibly, manifestly, clearly. Iac (ibe or iyb) Vice, fault, defect: Ibe-joo; malevolent, malignant: Ibe-geer; a satirist, a flanderer, a critic: Ibe-koajhna; to seek for faults. ytAC (eed) A festival, solemnity, holiday (in general); also, a particular festival so called. (eesa or Huzrut Eesa) Jesus Christ: Eesuwi; a Christian or follower of Jesus. ilac (ijhe or iyijh) Pleasure, delight: IJheoiJhrut; the pleasures or luxuries of life, living joyoufly: I/be-kurna; to fake one's pleasure, to delight one's self, to live luxurioufly, to pursue pleasure. sine) The eye; a fountain; the extreme point or extremity (of any thing); original, genuine, eflential. t. (ghar) A cavern, a den, a hole, a pit. sjli sgharut) Rapine, plunder, booty; Gharut-kurna; to plunder, despoil, lay waste: Gharut-gur; i plunderer, a marrauder, a robber: Gharut-guri; plundering. jlc (ghazi) A conqueror, a victor, a hero, a champion. jjiilc sghafil) Inattentive, negligent, incautious, inconsiderate, care less; a negligent person; see Ghuflut: --Ghafil-hona; to be inattentive, careless, negligent. JLc sghalib) A conqueror; overcoming, overpowering, excelling, victorious: Ghalib-hona; to overcome, conquer, excel: Gha liba or Ghalibun; chiefly, principally, apparently, probably, more than likely. Ic (ghaib) Absent, invisible, latent, concealed, vaniihed: Ghaibhona; to disappear, to vaniih, to be invisible: Ghaibaneh; inviiibly, concealedly, secretly. J-s....show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236600851
  • 9781236600851