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" Sir William Jones, in his delightful "Grammar" (London, 1771 and 1809, p. 91), justly observes : " The noun sar has a number of different senses, and is therefore the most difficult word in the Persian language ; it signifies the head, the top, the point,... "
A New Grammar of the Persian Tongue for the Use of Schools and Colleges - Page 82
by Sorabshaw Byramji Doctor - 1875 - 84 pages
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A Grammar of the Persian Language

Sir William Jones - Persian language - 1823 - 230 pages
...to confine, rel^guer, is separated by three words. The noun^-i has a number of different senses, and is therefore the most difficult word in the Persian...principal thing, the air, desire, love, will, intention, Sfc. and sometimes its meaning is so vague that it seems a mere expletive, though the Persians undoubtedly...
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A grammar of the Persian language

Sir William Jones - Foreign Language Study - 1828 - 283 pages
...releguer, is separated by three words. The noun ^ has a number of different senses, and is therefore a difficult word in the Persian language ; it signifies...principal thing, the air, desire, love, will, intention, Sfc. and sometimes, its meaning is so vague, that it seems a mere expletive, though the Persians undoubtedly...
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Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám: Being a Facsimile of the Manuscript in the ...

Omar Khayyam - 1898 - 320 pages
...(London, 1771 and 1809, p. 91), justly observes : " The noun sar has a number of different senses, and is therefore the most difficult word in the Persian...principal thing, the air, desire, love, will, intention, etc. ; and sometimes its meaning is so vague that it seems a mere expletive." 4. C. reads at bera'i*...
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Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám: Being a Facsimile of the Manuscript in the ...

Omar Khayyam - 1898 - 320 pages
...(London, 1771 and 1809, p. 91), justly observes : " The noun sar has a number of different senses, and is therefore the most difficult word in the Persian...language; it signifies the head, the top, the point, the printipal tking, the air, desire, love, nil!, intention, etc. ; and sometimes its meaning is so vague...
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