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adjective agar alif amad amada anchi Arabic ba shuma bara,e bard,e bayad bdshad bdyad berun bi-dih bi-gir bi-go bi-kun bi-kunem bi-rau bihtar bisiyar biydr buda budand chand chiguna chira chist chiz chize chunin darad daram dared dast didam digar eshan eshdn farda fareb fatha girifta guft hama hech horse i-man ilhal imruz jahaz kadre kard karda karda ast kase khabar khaili khana khatt khdna khub khud khud-ra khush khwahad shud khwaham kard khwahed kism kudam kuja kujd kunad kunam lekin Lesson ma'zur mara mard mi-ayad mi-bashad mi-dihad mi-goyand mi-goyed mi-kunad mi-shavad mi-tawanam mi-tawaned nihada nist noun o-ra Persian pesh plur plural raft raftan ru,e sabak sakht shahr shavad shikasta Shiraz shuda ast shuma shuma-ra shumd singular substantive sukhan tamam uftad verb vowel wakt word yafta zada zadan zamin
Page 440 - Forbes's Hindustani Grammar, with Specimens of Writing in the Persian and Nagari Characters, Reading Lessons, and Vocabulary. 8vo. 10s. 6d. Forbes's Hindustani Manual, containing a Compendious Grammar, Exercises for Translation, Dialogues, and Vocabulary, in the Roman Character. New Edition, entirely revised. By JT PLA.TTS.
Page 220 - The cadi, having sent for the dervise, asked — " Why did you throw a clod of earth at his head instead of answering his questions ?" The dervise replied — " The clod of earth was an answer to his speech; he says he has a pain in his head : let him shew me where it is, and I will make God visible to him.
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Page 440 - Hindustani-English Dictionary in the Persian Character, with the Hindi words in Nagari also ; and an English Hindustani Dictionary in the English Character ; both in one volume. By DUNCAN FORBES, LL.D.
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Page 220 - Exercise.—A certain man went to a darwesh, and proposed three questions: First : Why do they say that God is omnipresent ? I do not see Him in any place ; show me where He is.