An English-Persian Dictionary

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Ibex Pub., 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 608 pages
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Cultural Writing. Reference. Middle-Eastern Studies. This is the third edition of Darius Gilani's popular English-Persian (Farsi) dictionary. It includes approximately 22,000 entries and provides the Persian equivalent of an English word, rather than using a descriptive definition. The pronunciation of the Persian rather than the English is emphasized, and the more commonly preferred American usage is cited instead of the British usage that Persian dictionaries have historically used. Gilani is a native of Iran, spending most of his life in the United States studying and teaching languages. He received his BA in 1976 from San Jose State University and completed his MA in linguistics at the same university in 1978. He taught Persian at San Jose State and Stanford universities for fifteen years.

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Contents

Section 1
191
Section 2
297
Section 3
389
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
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About the author (1999)

Dariush B. Gilani, a native of Iran, has spent most of his life in the United States studying and teaching languages. He has a MA in linguistics. He taught Persian at Stanford and San Jose State universities for fifteen years. He spent three years compiling this dictionary.

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