Bāg̲h̲ o bahār: consisting of the adventures of the four darwesh, and of the king Āzād Bak̲h̲t, in the Hindūstānī language

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Sampson Low, Marston, 1859 - Urdu language - 259 pages
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Page 1 - Such other verbs as may occasionally occur in composition are written in full. The letters a, p, s, h at the end of the definitions denote the word to be of Arabic, Persian, Sanscrit, or Hindu origin respectively.
Page 88 - India, the leaves of which are very bitter, and used as a decoction to reduce contusions and inflammations ; also to cleanse wounds.
Page 92 - A. pat, m. the sound resulting from the falling or beating of anything, s. put, m. falling ; sin, wickedness ; a leaf ; an ornament worn in the upper part of the ear ; a...
Page 2 - Adam, the first man ; man ; adam-zdd, one of the human race, a. is-6^' adml, mf a descendant of Adam, a human being (man or woman), an individual, people. a. Util adna or J^Jl adna, inferior, lowest, mean. a. or IfcOl ddha or ddhd, half. 5. udhir or udhar, thither, h. ^//«, half a " damri" (a small coin), half a piece of cloth, .t.
Page 30 - ... f. perquisites paid to servants by one who sells to their master, a gratuity varying in amount in different places from one to three per cent.
Page 22 - J-rs" chalna. n. to move, to go, proceed, go off, to pass (as coin), to be discharged (as a gun), s, Hi»- chunanchi, conj.

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