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Altercation, dispute. a djuUiiU ikhtiydriya, Old men. n. n. 8 of Je*-), Strutbling one's self. ting, walking with dignity; pride, pomp. n. n. 8 of Betraycarrying off by force, catching, snatching ing ; deceit, perfidy. rapidlv. akhjasta, The threshold of a door A . n. v. covering, concealment), yff ^ akh tufii, Hawking and spitting. n. 8 of j-li-), Dragging coining; a copper seal. n. 4< of Conceal(the eye or limbs). ing ; laying by, hoarding. n. n. 8 of Ui), Being servant; taking one into service, mixed, mixture, amalgamation ; confusion, perplexity, insanity; intercourse, conversaA akhdan (pi.
Being watchful, sleepless ;—araqq, More or most slender, or transparent; thinner, thinnest. n. n. 4 of Sj), Making thin or slender; reducing into a state of servitude; speaking in refined language. n. 4 of Jij), Making haste. c ^ (see ^ U ^ ) , Argali, the wild sheep of Siberia and Central Asia. A PTY arqdm (pi. of raqam), Figures, numbers; writings, notations; — cvrqdmi hindi, Arithmetic, numbers, properly Indian tables, arithmetic being generally supposed to be borrowed from them. q arqdn, Privet; mountain almond, u ^ arqieh, Intelligent, skilful; an adept.
AAS^ arqand, Name of a mountain in the west. c. for A small citadel;— ark-fimamt, Citadel-palace. n. of A camel's feeding on the tree ardk; abiding in one place. n. 4 of Discovering minerals or hidden treasures. n. 4 of Driving back. n. 4 of u ^ ) , Becoming large and stirring in the womb (a foetus). irkdk, Dew, misling rain. A arkdn (pi. of rukn), Columns, pillars, supports, props; component parts ; fundamentals, essentials; (prosodic) feet; —arkani daulat, Nobles (pillars of the State). a arkdn, A chief, a governor.
A comprehensive Persian-English dictionary,: Including the Arabic words and phrases to be met with in Persian literature, by F. Steingass