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able alphabet Arabian Arabic base battle beauty bird body called cause chief colour comp death desire especially excellent face Firm follower fortunate give gold guard hand Happy head heart High horse kerdan kind king less letter Liberated light Lord master Mean ment month Nature ness night noble one's pass Persian person play Power Praise prayer present Pure road seize side sion stars stone Strong thing thou tion traveller turn üles watch wind writing دار سر کردن
Page 277 - Lat. dinrnalif, daily. — Lat. dies, a day. A doublet of Journal, qv DIVAN, a council-chamber, sofa. (Pers.) In Milton, PL x. 457. — Pers. and Arab, divan, 'a tribunal, a steward ; a collection of odes arranged in alphabetical order of rhymes ; the Divdn i Hdjiz is the most celebrated ; ' Palmer's Pers. Diet., col. 282. In Richardson, p. 704, the Pers. form is given as din/tin, the Arab, as daytvdn, explained as ' a royal court, the tribunal of justice or revenue, a council of state, a senate...
Page 13 - Adding, joining, annexation ; increase, augmentation, increment ; surplus, excess ; stipend, scholarship ; (in gram.) construction of one noun with ' another, the relation of the genitive case or the addition of an adjective, expressed by joining Kasrah to the governing noun. aj*W izáfi, ConstructiTe, relatiTe. A £W^ ig s
Page 405 - JL-c ^e. the nineteenth letter of the Arabic and twentysecond of the Persian alphabet, has no corresponding character in Sanskrit. It is one of the...