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God; a holy man. n. of Being of a brown colour, brownness, duskiness; a clear shining white (in camels). a adam-chashm, Having eyes like those of a man. o;^adam-khwur, A man-eater, a cannibal. a ddam-sar, Bald. a adamistdn, A place abounding in men; the world. a (j*Us. ddam-shinds, Knowing mankind. a ddamgari, Humanity, valour. adman, Pure, fragrant (musk), a ddami, Human, a man, brown. a ddamiyan (pi. of the preceding), Men, mortals. a tt^of adamiydna, Humanly, like a man. a ddami-bacha, An infant.

N. 4 of g^), Giving rest; bringing cattle home in the evening; grazing at night-timo; breathing; dying; discovering a smell. drajehidan, To rest. drdd, The twenty-fifth day of each month ; name of the angel presiding over that day. n. 4 of Jjy), Wishing, willing, purposing; desire, will, inclination, intention, purpose, design; discipleship ;— irddati khuda, The will of God;—irddat kardan, To wish, desire, will, intend. a irdditdna, Voluntarily, cheerfully. a i-m iraded-bandah, A free servant. a (^•tf u u ^ l irddat-guzin, Devotee, devoted ; a scholar.

Tutor, master, preacher. ^gAi^ji-l akhwdndi, Office of a tutor, master, preacher (see , a ^ I ikhvoat (pi. of akh). n. of ys-1), Fraternity . i\ akh wa tufr Spitting (see ^ jys^ akhwur, dkhwar, A stable, stall ; litter or straw laid under cattle ; the collarbone ; akhwuri charb, Plenty of victuals ; a pleasurable life ;—dkhyjuri khushk (sangin), An empty cratch; a place devoid of anything useful;—amir(i) akhyvur, The Master of the horse. akkwursdldr, Master of the horse. ^jjA-f dkhwurak, A small stable; the collar-bone.

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