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DICTIONARY
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STUDENTS

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I

ARABIC-ilGLlSH

PREFACE
The aim of the Directors of the Catholic Press, in publishing the present work, has been to meet the want of a classical Arabic-English Dictionary, which while comprehensive, yet might be handy and cheap enough for practical use amongst the students desirous of acquiring a thorough knowledge of Arabic literature and poetry. Of the many Arabic-English Dictionaries existing up to this time, those published in England are too expensive for ordinary students, while those that may be found in Syria and Egypt are by no means adequate to any serious purpose, as they only contain a list of the principal words, with none of those turns and expressions that give so peculiar a feature to Arabic, and into which as in a mould the language has been cast. This Dictionary is an attempt to supply those deficiencies. Without jDretending xo being exhaustive, yet it is comprehensive enough to enable the students to read the chief works of literature and poetry. The author has followed in his translation the standard work of M^ Lane, as it is by far the best work ever published in this line. But as the celebrated Lexicon is only parachieved as far as the letter
all
^},

and as

it

does not comprehend

the roots, it has been necessary to go back to the original Arabic sources. The work has been compiled on the same principles as F^. Belot's Arabic-French Dictionary which has been so favorably received in almost every school and has reached within a short time its fifth edition. The English equivalent has been slightly increased in size so as to include many new words and expressions without becoming too bulky. Moreover the author has taken particular care to translate accurately scientific terms and especially botanical names, which are ordinarily rendered in a general sense by words such as these "species of plant". This is a peculiar feature of this new Dictionary for which the celebrated work of Ibn Bithar the Arab Botanist has been consulted, as well as the modern WT)rk of Forskal. The vulgar tongue of Syria and Egypt is largely represented with peculiar signs and the personal experience of the author has enabled him to add many words and to correct some inaccurate renderings. An appendix to the Dictionary gives in the original language the etymology of Arabic words derived from foreign sources.

VI

EXPLANATORY REMARKS.
ORDER OF WORDS.

rally

The

order followed

in

the Dictionary
viz.

is

the same as

is

gene-

adopted by European Orientalists,

the

radical roots,

marked
all

thus

{^)

are given in alphabetical order, each

one followed by

the

derivative forms.

The

foreign

words introduced
radical,

into

Arabic, although they do
to Arabic

not beiong to any

have been assimilated

words,

being considered as arabicised and as such connected with a radical
really existing or supposed, so that they

are

to

be searched

in

the

Dictionary without taking into account the augmentative letters inclu-

ded

in the

paradigm jj^JL

,

exactly

as

would be done

for

Arabic

words.

For instance JjJs^\
(J«*^l), j\j\ in J J:
j*^
,

is

to be

found

in

the

root

Jj (paradigm
J:!^^

j^ in^> 0_rl-^ in f^. J^^ ^^J^i
>

in

Jf ^^c.

Whenever
it is

a
to

o

occurs

in

the
to

second
the
to

letter of

a

quadriliteral

noun or verb,

be referred
;

triliteral

root,
in jic
,

the letter
,

o
in

being then augmentative
^Ss.
,

thus ijlj-

is

be found
in ^j-J*

o^^SS

jj-Ct

in

,_^~ji

,

^.Jvi in jji-

,

^j-x.^

and so on.

The
form

reason

lies in this, that this

letter is

added

to give an intensive

to the original

meaning of the

triliteral

form, and this

kind of words
is

has been so classed in the Arabic Lexicons. But
as radical, they are left
in

when o

considered

the ordinary alphabetical order.

Even

as

a rule

we

repeat them in order to save too

much

trouble to the stu-

dents.
4*^

Quasi-quadriliteral forms having a

j or

tj in

the second or third

letter are to

be found

in the

corresponding
in,

triliteral

form, to which they

are supposed to belong,
5*^

^

^, ^_j=as^^
,

in

^^,
to

jj^, in j_x
bili-

Reduplicative verbs such

,

JJj always follow the

teral verb to

which they correspond

J>^

^

,

JJj

to

l)j

;

and

.

VII
they are placed
ting
;

in
is

the same order even

if

the

biiiteral
'j»j
.

root

is

wan-

thus ^jcj

mentioned immediately after

6^
triliteral

Quadriliteral

words beginning by
,

is

are to
fr_^_

be referred to a
,

noun, as j,*.^ to^a-

f-y^^ to

»jj,

to «J

jl^.

to

J^.

ETYMOLOGY.
We give
in

an appendix a

list

of Arabic

words derived from

fo-

reign languages.

Those borrowed from Turkish or
a

Persian, are mentio-

ned only when they have undergone
cription.

change

in

the

Arabic transis

For the others the orthography being the same, there

no

need of repeating them.

We

refer

these
in

words

to

their

primitive

origin, although the foreign

words used

common

language

may be
intro;

said almost without exception to belong to Turkish,

and have been
,

duced through
and especially

its
all

medium

;

as

^>J^-,

oX^J

,

^CjJL
i*ii.
,

L Jj

j^\

,

»j_^L-

the Persian words as iiij

,

±z,
in

We
Arabic,

give the etymology of the words as they are to be found,
Persian, or Turkish Lexicons, such as Lane, Freytag,

Dozy,

Barbier de Mesnard,

Meninski

etc

;

but

we

cannot vouch for the
doubtful, especially
variously
to us

accuracy of

al)

,

as

some of them

are obviously
is

some Persian words, the etymology of which
In

explained.
consistent
in the

that case

we

quote the form that appeared
derived from

more

with analogy.
list
;

The words

Coptic are not included

they are very few and they chiefly pertain to names of months,
in

which are only used

Egypt.
in

We

have added an errata to the work,

order to correct some

typographical faults, especially those concerning the letters indicating

the foreign origin of the words

;

no doubt, other misprints may be

VIII
found
in the

Arabic accents, owing to the minuteness of the
said to

type,

but they

may be

be unavoidable even

in the best

Lexicons and

can be easily detected by the reader. Errare
I

humanum
all

est.

wish, at the end of this work, to thank

those
F^'

who

have had

a part in

so arduous an undertaking, especially

Belot author of

the Arabic-French Dictionary,
to

whose

assistance

has

been precious

me,

as well as

F^"

Louis Cheikho
all

who

has

given

me some

very

useful advices and generally

those

who had

a share in the collation

of the proofs.

CONVENTIONAL

SIGNS.

-ft-

Indication of a

new

Arabic root.
of Syria,

-^

Used

in the dialect

a

In that of Egypt.
i'^

It

must be remarked that
it

if

the

two preceding

signs

are
its
it

placed before an Arabic root,

means
if

that the Arabic

word and

meaning pertain

to that dialect

;

placed before the English sense,

affects only the special
in its

meaning given, the word

being good

Arabic

form.
It

2^

must be noted
<>

that

most of the vulgar meanings marked
both dialects, while those marked a are

with the sign
only used
(

are

common

to

in

Egypt.

)

in the

beginnmg of a

line, stands for

the repetition of the prece-

ding word. E. g. 5u->

*j

5

iJ

-

Stands for

a

j » i ji>

IX
(

J

)

A comma

intervening

between nouns or verbs following

in a

sequel , indicates a

newform having the same meaning

as the former e. g.

means
in the

that

o

Li.

L^^ is

the plural of oLa. and that i-^^^-l

is

a

new form

singular

retaining the

same meaning

as

oU.

means

that
as

(

a ^-j>^
i

)

is

another form of the same verb having the same

meaning
(•)

(

j,^-^

)

A A

semicolon

is

put for distinguishing words that have a

common

meaning, without being synonymous.
( : )

colon placed between two nouns separates the object from the

subject of a verb.

E. g.

To

blast (the plants
:

;

hoar-frost)

f^

JtiLkl.
Ji\

To
(

miss (the butt
)

shooter)

The words

included in a parenthesis are either given as an
the
in

explanation, or to complete
is

meaning of

a

verb or noun, which

not mentioned explicitly

Arabic.

Thus
»

a parenthesis explains the

sense understood by
(

the letters

a

or

in

Arabic.
;

5

,

*)

These

letters
is

show

a verb to be transitive

and when they

are wanting the verb

intransitive.

*
-6

stands for inanimate things;
for animate beings.

When

both signs are found together without being separated by j

they mean that the verb has a double object,
a
i

o

following an Arabic verb
radical in

show

that

the aorist has

its

second


j^
>

>' ^

- ' ^

o

Two

letters following the
:

same verb indicate
means
that

that

the same
is

may
J.ij^

have two forms, as

i

o

Jji>^

the aorist

JXs^ or

X

NUMERICAL VALUE OF THE ARABIC LETTERS
DISPOSED IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER

XI
Feminine nouns having a masculine termination.

Pick-axe

^U
jji'

Foot

Ear

Thigh
Ship

Womb
Wind
Hell

di!u
^j-jA
/.Jl-s

Bow
Foot

Year, age

Cup
Shoulder
Ventricle

i^o

Leg

Jaz^ Sun
lt^p
Ij.?^
jlJ

Left hand

Palm of the hand
Fire

Hyena
Poetical metre
Stick, staff

Shoe
Hip, haunch

JjJ
i)jj
Ju
Cnt'

Heel

Hand
Right hand, oath

Eye

;

spring

,

^y*^

XII

Nouns admitting both
Back of the neck
lis

the

mascuHne and feminine gender.

XIII

Paradigm of Arabic verbs.
II

Derivatives of the

triliteral

verb.

Participle

Nom

of action

Aorist

Preterite

Passive

Active
iA.^«_sJj
i.lji.ij

XIV

ENGLISH ABBREVIATIONS
a

l-J"

ARABIC -ENGLISH
DICTIONARY.
I

To

fecundate

;

to

^

'ij^yj G'*

i

o J'l

Hey, interr. part.,
Is (he, she, it)...
Is (he,

I ?

say, is

it ?

1

-ft-

graft (a palm-tree). etc.

not

vlj 'j\

Needle; sting. Sea-compass. j\ ^ ij \ Needle-case. Grafting-knife, jijj'jjfcji
Slander, backbiting.
_,a*

she,

it)... not...

yet

?

CJI
\

^
i

S3>i;

To desire a. xA\.J,\'<iS>\j yVi'lj G To prepare J ;;Gb vX'ij Cu'l^
oneself to, for.

o

LA
i

^
~

CI o

Pricked; grafted. Sharp-pointed.j^Jli

To dart
To

forth, to

\'j^\j

\j,]

^'1

-S-

rush, to leap (gazelle).
insult a. 0.
lli^

Meadow, grazing. lJj\ ^ '^\ Eleventh month of the Coptic ^^1 Ce
year. July.

To

^'\j CJi despise, to humiliate a. o. To pick up, to A jj\j CiJl
reprove, to
s

i

V~ ^l
-H-

To be

OyMj

icjl

a

zJh

i

o C;1

»

Ji.'i\

*
-ft-

gather Crowd.

a. th.

burning hot (day). Burning, hot (day). To speak ill of, to
slander.

c4b
Uj
5 CiJl

C^'j CjT
i

iJ'l

-ft-

l£C(
s jJ/'Sj ,(^j]
[

To

fasten the

o j^f\

foot of a

camel to

(his thigh).

Rope

for fastening the

jj\ ^

jaCl.

foot of a ca.ael.

Hock, hamstring.
-r J^'>}

The alphabet. *j_aiJVI ^.^^i-JI j -k?tJ^ -»• To last. ojl -HiS^Ji To settle, to abide in a place. ^j — To become wild (cattle); to |S_^ o —
i !

i

Man's and ja^j, ^ jJ}^j J^^^ camel's ham.
-,-

take fright.

Armpit. oUiC. i»Q •{j i>ljT To carry a. th. under the armpit.^ ^Vki Nickname of an Arabian poet,!^^- i^S> lit he carries evil under his arm. Anything put under the armpit. I»Ci I put it baneath my Q,Ci iiUf armpit. To run away, Jl. OCl.j <jJ\ o jl'\ ^ to flee, to take flight (slave).

^X^

To irritate o.'s self with, ic \J^\ a -u^ To perpetuate. To scai"e. Sj ^ jJl To become everlasting (th.). To jul;
become wild
Always, ever,
never.
(place).
i,y\^
*:i,-^fvi

:

Perpetuity; eternity,
oJVi

iOT^
-Jlj

ojl
ll^il

-ob

For ever.

jJVi Jl^j joVi
_oij1

\

An

Jp

A

extraordinary event. wild beast.
eternity.
& \j\\j

^

slot

Flax.

j:1

Perpetual; eternal.

-^^j

??//•

Who

has run j\,\j j|i ^ j^\j j,T away, who has fled. To be a skilled ;J \^ o jjIj !A; 1 a J<1 -«
,

Perpetuity

;

; uij

To prick

a. o.

G^

o

i

i'l -«

with a needle. To
a. o. to eat

spui".

To

give to

manager of (camels). To go from the y,^\ jj}j ,vy.\j

a needle in his food. To

y^)

i

o

-

backbite.

Jl
Shirt. Shift. Coat

( T )


(cattle).

^\%j v_;CT^

^i[jk-

water to a fresh pasturage
Camels.

of mail.

j^Aj JCt,^jjJ^

To put on a
mail.

shift,

a coat of ^JSb
^jiLJI

^jj

Haviog crooked

nails.

wJ^
-»-

Rope

to fasten the

jcIj

ejJJ^ i6{

sexton, jji^ JCT ^ 'jC]j 'j^Jij jjf monk, bell-ringer. Large fagot of wood. Mana-yui^j ;JG^ gement of property, of goods.

A

feet of a

cow, when milked.
iji '^.c^^J',

A
TTe
-SI
I

troop (of camels or birds)
file.

J-^Cl

Stoker,

following each other in a

To walk
pace.

at a quick C5cb ^liT
jjX>

i

JjI

A

place

full

of camels,

where

ii;\;

Meeting at a dead
She-ass.

^ J;'\s —
i

v

'

"^
[

many camels are to be found. To accuse, to char- »_) 5 CJ'l o i
j

cr'l -S-

person's house, funeral meeting.

To buy a
decline.

she-ass.

j ij jTj j ^ To fall, to

o^S jtj.^

^

Prov. The ass became^ *l£j,\S i^Ujv els' a she-ass 2. e. He was honoured and fell into contempt.

I

'

ge a. 0. with a fault. To compose the elegy of, to 5 'crl praise a dead person. Beginning. Propitious time. ci^y Knot. Hatred, enmity. ^\ ^ ;;; Blameworthy. Suspicious. UnOjj'^ manly, effeminate.
i

I

Lime

kiln,

brick kiln.

oC>,€\j

^\ ^

o>»1

To remember
a. th.

J

j\

<->

Ui)

a.

*j]

-^

Furnace. To produce (ground), saij I^jI o c'I -^ To grow up abundantly (corn). .V. of. act. Straight path. Manner. _^1 Abundant produce. 'Ul^
Tribute, tax. Bribe.
.jjcl

No one pays
unlieeded.
|

attention to

it,

iJ

t'^iV

I

^

cjt\

I

To be a father. iyAj \'ji\j sjCl.o O/l -« To happen to a. o. To give as a gift. To swear by one's father, to 2 S.'\ To undertake a thing, to make it. say ) May I ransom thee ( c-jI iJ'M To ruin a. o. (fate). To accom- Jc ^^ 11 with my father. plish. To consider as a father. s JjJ To bring a. o. or a. th. LjI .GT ^ ( _^l j^jc o — Father. ~ Father. Word meaning To present, to offer a. th. to i_> ^ y <_, J]
| I

Toitj 5 scUj i'Cib UjIj 'Cit_, CCii^ i J'l -^ come to a. o.'s house or to a place.

i

from, Beauty, brightness. Pride.

To suspect a. 0. of. To show pride. To turn aside with scorn

v_j

ji

'*;i

u

'4\j

^t

<4^i

:

")

a. o.

causality or possession.

To make a passage
(for water).

^

u5l7j

ijc j\

The Heavenly Father.

J^\
UjjC^I kJ «^'
uliai;n_^i
j,jti]

my father !«u:;1
it

Gj

c-'.l

To comply with the
wishes
<>•

i

i^V^ j\
'

of,

to obey a.

o.

To suit a. o. (dress, climate). s — To give a. th. to a. o. * 5 siijl. JT To proceed, to derive from.^ j\ ^a J\^ To be prepared, disposed to. To J — happen unexpectedly (mishap). To
become easy to a. o. To urge a. o. to come. To deem a. o. to be slow.
s J'li^l,

Cock. Poppy. Sphynx.

J^l y]
spectacIes.SjiJa!!!

The man wearing
Paternity.
\
!

y]

ej'^}jaj'.^
tjjjT

Fatherly, belonging to a father.

Fatherly.
|

-^
jl

Paternity.

7jy\

To
[

^

A

Jf t^j

,

s«Cl^

i *Gl

i

a

lA

1

^

»Cl
^JT

refuse, to disdain a. th.

To
^'J\

refuse a. th. to a. o.
refuses, w-ho scorns.

Who
The

J*

2(

arrives, comer.

^ pT
J'v'i

Refusal. Scorn.

futui'e.

time to come.

Who

Front, opposite side. Place to

JU

Haughty,

-j.^1

'

'

I

To take root, il ijl o j;b Vy Jj^ -^ To become wealthy. i)G> jj^Cj |j_jl To become, to get firm. j;\;
!
i

wliich one goes or

comes from.
i

To

be thick ijulj Gyij Obi o clo.se ( hair, grass).
furnish a house.
j-ich.

a o1 -«

Jj\j JJTj o>^j1 ^ J'\ tamarisk. o>^^ ^r *ij Furniture of a house. JIjI.^ sub li^l

Tamarisk.

^ To

A
a com-

'jjj\

A

To become
•^

To

live in

^i7

fortable way, to have a

good

living.

Nobility of origin.

Julj

il;1

To

bj furnished (house).

Rooted. Noble.

To commit
sin,

a

tP>"j J^i'l Cilij Cilj uil a ^'l -ft-

Household furniture, moveable
good."?, utensils.

oul

a crime.

Luxuriant (head of hair),
tufted (hair).

c-^j^ '^^

To accuse a. o. of a crime. To incite a. o. to a crime. To abstain from iniquity.
Sin, crime, felony.
Guilty.
Sin, crime.
«_)

^

Furnished, supplied with fur- z^'^H
relate (a fact). a

niture.

wlsrvTj
^"u ^
i

To

, ojUlj J 1^1 o Ul slander, to backbite a. o.

ojIjI J Cil

^y

I

-8-

To To To To To To

Sj\j

b

'J^

i

o ^j1

-JI-

begin a. th. To choose. \'j\ a 'J,'\ begin to do. jiij — propose a. th, it — appropriate a. th. in ;.:U-ii Jt —
imprint, to leave

Slandei". su'iij i^U To burn, to blaze (fire). C>u^\ o '^\ -sTo run (ostrich). 'i?t-?-1 o — To be brackish (water). (Vjii o — To light, to kindle (the fire). 5_j a ^.^1 To chai'ge (the enemy). To render water bitter and a ^T
i

preference to others.

marks
to move.
th.
fi>

j

_p\

upon.

To impress,

To choose, to prefer a. To prefer a. o. to. To follow a. 0. To be wounded, moved To appropriate
a.

IjUjI Jj\
it

j

— —

5

J\i')\j

J\3

^»j ^J.2j\j
jc- ^'^^dj

brackish.

To burn
become

fiercely, to

^Xo T^\i
^(^[

v.>-\~'

jjii-ll.

hot.

th. esclu.sively to o.'s self.

Ardour, heat. Brackish, bitter (water). Ardent. Bright.

^

1

To

call a. o. to

Him

(

God ).
jIj"!"*-

^j^.

^li-f

Trace, track, print.
foot-step.

Jb J
J^h X^

^j^]
-•i;j|

Mark. Tradition.

Sound of

falling water.

^^\

Scar, cicatrix.
Glitter of a sword.

jyb

j^"^

powerful nations ^_^Uj 9rj»-\.^ mentionned in the Bible. To reward, jt J 'sjG-'. j 1^1 o _^1
i -il-

Two

to hire a.

o.

monuments, ruins;ijj2)l jd'vi of old monuments. What remains Jl ^ Jit ^;» I'jSj Sjul
old

The

V

rr

T

J'

To be

set

\jji.\j \'j\^]j \'^^]

o^>:1

of a lost science.
Inheritance.
;u_^l
'

(bone).

a

His hand has been

set.

iaJo',?-!

Choice. Preference. Selfishness.

c'J ^

To burn ( bricks). A To pay the wages J j\ S 'ojiVy^ of. To hire a. o. To reward a. o. s 0^1 ji-"^ To hire to rent. *> 5 — To give alms. To be hired. ji^^ To hire a. o. To ^\_rJ,l^ i_.* j

Who

wears traces

of.

'\'j\

^

_nj1

^

Excellent. Ethereal atmosphere,
hifluence. Impression.

jy't
I'Ji^j

Memorable

fact,

JX* ^

"O \^

;

brilliant action. Benefit.

:^

such a price. Remuneration. jW-Tj j^il Foot, paw.
let a. th. at

Transmitted by tradition. Moving, pathetic. To prop a pot on a fi> ii^jV
trivet.

ill

?r

j?"^
<>.

,3.1

Support of a pot.

*j

l5l

^

-Cm

i

(

I

Thirst. Anger.
Shi'iek of pain.
:ik^^ \j

A

baked brick.

^i

i

9r

oj^

'J

»j^l
Sj^f'

^»b
^

Salary, hire.

^'j^\j
j;>l»-'l ?r

See

jicj.

Jt

Flat roof.

Sj^U J^l
jGijI.

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Lease of house, farm.
Servant, hireling.Cj^ii <v 'IS*' '

Interj. expressing disgicst,

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Tenant.

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vr

sorrow. Alas! poh!
Dirt.
ti.[j

Workman,
%]
«s-»1
a»-i -S-

hireling, hired

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labourer. Hired (house).
recline on a pillow j^'\^\ — j>.\ -Swithout leaning the back. Plum. <• Pear. u^'^i'^j u^'A,^ Cry for chiding (sheep). iai-[ HTo be delayed, postponed. ::A>.1 a J»'l -H-

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a. th.
4>

from

a. o.

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be offended,
o.

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grieved.
fy-

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.

o^
a. th.

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(

evil) to a. o.

He began to say. To begin by. To seize, to ravish
a. 0.

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s

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be

or

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postponed.

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request of a. o. a
of course.

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^

delay.

Yes, no doubt

;

Jf 1

Fixed term. Death. Matu- J(^T^ jil
rity, expiration.

prehend

a. o. on, to

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a. th.

punish a. o. for. chosen j j * a_95jl.
iiliJ,)^

amongst many. the head as a sign
of sadness.

Chastisement. Use, custom.
Blea redness.

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si>:T
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Benumbing.

A

o'ivil Fish-pool. Shield-handle.
act.

land given as fee.

S^^l

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fixed limit.

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Witchcraft, witchery. jLiC
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Prisoner, captive.
Spoils, booty.

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be violent, ^t:j ,C->;b C^'^
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intense

Place from which some- ii-t. thing is extracted. Source,

jj.'^

(water).

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).

mine.

gusted with a food.

Manner. Taken, seized.

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,

a. o.

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delay.

the end.
a. th.

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house.

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fort.

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,

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become corrupted, tainted (water).

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cloth (dyer).

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Washing-tub.
Dyer's mallet.

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delays

;

at last, at

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the end.

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finally. jji G in the last.'it Brother. stoneless ^ibi ^ IjSi \'^^\ overwhelm a. ^..'i\ j. ^liT^ sSsis i_. iii'j ^i^ Human skin.i1 ment. to coirect. teacher. honest. Culture of mind. ^ ^^\ X>lluV To happen unexpectediy. Stern (of a ship). to '\»-\i h^yy i'T Hernia. ^Vi ~ To adapt. implement. to be or cjVy^S become civilized._^ij^ ^ . ^ ^ii\ kj'-*^ winter. instru- Misfortune. ground." Companion. :. Last. croup. Adam (the first man). Sister. wiM^ At last. ^'^ — ^ j^i j '^\ j^^\ Gi1 o <Ji\ -H- ^ ^iTj ^ lVi\ To be To well brought up.). ^t.iVl y^'^S Stable. i. uil i y^l -!^ bread with. at the end. letters. ^ Water-closet. Ci|jjl_ ^iT. o. Uj>1 -ff-j zm ^Ip At the end. . Literature. To have a rupture. vil i J'il -« mately acquainted. a beast Brotherly. To be supplied with tools.^ oU»iT d horse-lock. Daily sub-sistence. end. /b J-'Pi ^ o.i/iVl j^\ Remained behind. Exterior angle of the eye. j^ P j^\ ^y} _^0\ j V^^'o"^ -^j l 'l Meal. Women.ii o ^ilj Uil a ^i1 Bro. Difficult. to be ready for a th. therly way with. stake to which is tied. to act take as a brother. Literature. Sjit^ S^il To To heal (wound).^'jb ^Ijl ^ J^iTj .iVl oy^^AJl jl . oili ^ :c!i -^ oi^il ^ c^) Female friend. Terrestrial surface. To prepare a banquet. serious (affair). late. ^iVl §/-^^ Confraternity. Of Adam. honest. invite a. . feast. union. F. 'Gil ^ j\>CJt iUj Learned. o.iTj Gil i i_. To reconcile a. Tutor. Friend._ — To act as a brother and friend of. fallow of a pair. chastisement. oj^^ir . crC. a hernia. to a banquet. y^ -j'^ > Honest. il Morals. band. jf ijil a jil -i^ To To To fraternise. To be bro\^'n. Politeness. Particle {gram.^f\j> ^ ii''^\'j *_'ot Last. diment. ALJuToCiaC C. To restore friendship between. derm. Delayed. lK)lite. back. hinder part. Back part. shield-bearei".- jji 1 i^^i'i Puni-sliment. Tanner. human. Con- jXi\i . tie s^t o \^\ ? ^ -^1 up (an animal). To lay in ambush for a. To receive a good bringing up. congregation.. .il To give a good breeding to a. »_)iliJij — End. i COjl^ i_. Palm-tree that keeps its fruit -n>-t« till v»-*>* ^». ^il i. fraternise. j>-y' Ecclesiastical censures. Eijuei-ry.:ii. To behave o bi -» resolutely. . A — Jil_ Beaten (milk). to become intiin a bro- beat (milk). Desinence. *J. politeness. Belonging to the life to come. Polite. (evil). G -)} Skin. ethics. . Tie. o. ^ A tyA ^jj^\ i -if- Honesty. _^\j] ^ ^1 Extremity.^ -t^j eS»b si>l>»j eii»b *^l therhood friendship. Brown. csj ^il Good breeding. Female companion.'i\ ^Sc To ripen. polite. o. To study literature. Till the last. Of good morals.Ji' ( ) c-. the j'^i. rupture. Tool.\~a Moral theology.^T The other life. Ji\ XJ!^ Viper's buglcss. yJi'Ci To be well disciplined. to mSI o Sl hard. Match. adversity.'i\j iji'S\j ^iVI life to come. correction. Chief. To season the ^ar:'lj .. extreme. To punish.

Long-eared. permis. to smell fragrant. To strive for.jS' Izan (call to prayer).\jX -. Combustible. thus. to overcome jt Qt'^l. Handle. Noxious. against. th. to resti- To achieve. ^ siilj vjSi a 'ji\ * 5 t\jj\. Inheritance. monu- lUuiJI "r-jj/c Minaret.JJ ( J^ -^ ) tiii To j be C SI J *<0^* O V Jb V . ^jUj o. ljj f^ ^ ClJu^oi* a. To be hard towards a. o. prejudicial Cedar. To exact. to. — mage. good smell. il Sustainer of a tribe. is. ^ siiij *iib <^i' Damage. End prosecuted. Boot. ^^j) March (month).— tt> s i^ilrJ.^ . 0.j':>\ To injure. Ear. tinder.j il^-^i- Gordiau knot. Ashes.^'t tute. Who suffers or causes da- ^ilj to. o.r'^ i ^^^^ "*^ skilful. o.. Tumour. History. to! jjjij \'yj\ roll up. there. To ask from sion to. j. Performance . Muezzin (a crier VJi'j who iif\j o*i>i Historical. th. To exhale excite a. Date of ments. as. * ^. th. Chamberlain. To reach to. if.'jb . jS\ i^ . In small pieces. j- To implore the a. aim. to take a. Dated from. turret of a oiu ^r i*-^. o'Aj j\V\j \h\^ When. '^ ^saS (j>. thing ^Jy ^ "^. o. Anything necessary.>jj ^ ° oliT ^ o ib o ^ ^ i? To to. o. on a sudden. ^i — — ^. ^j^i i To cower. o. intelligent. >'iV Clever. J — To pei-mit a. to a.. of. o. -r ^•i. i/i5 To sutfer damage.*»<!. is I 'iJli il. th. a. harmful. able. o. while. j . ^j\ ^'j'l bill). ujj. ^. to better a. * ^il: . listen. To know a.. mosque. The upper part of the thigh bone. to <^Ay^[ ^ To hearken Ji Ci) a oil "* J Cii. of "^ <i. obi col >^i' Date of a a -k^jXy letter. historian.. Perfume.. To pay. sharp. to ^ To help. Then. at that time. chronology. when..!^ To be tightened (knot).iSl of a duty. ingenious in. Limb. 0. from a.'S^j ^J^— wanted. Permission. of such a date. ojJ — To excite discord between.iloiTj. To render a. (ojj ^J^bl ) cJjK^ Old thing. . jbT S End. aim.^ ^ Order (of a _. 0. -t-'jW^ Chronicler. To or ^jl (dissension). Intriguer. o. th. cut up. j3"l -^ To be Jij} ^>«!l To suffer damage. ^. Jl. Ai-tful. A kind of anemone. Cold.b In that case. to pay. mit jj to a. to harm a.iSb . Cunning. to assist a. A ojl To light (the tire). intriguing.f j1 of.z!. put the date A To write the history fact.j in. to settle (a debt). coins. o'.Cj>C oil To call out to prayer (amongst Moslems). jp 5 «tJo^^5iT against. leave. To inform a.b *V3i oOU j^j' a ^j} ^ Aj 5 a peifume. o. sweet-smelling. Odoriferous. harm done ^ cold (night). to a. to squat a jj Ij o (reptiles). then. s oi'^t js. "^ ^ "^ V^''-'' To transa. scent. ^ilSlj Oliij Cib "^H" Clj. s *j To To try to deceive a. jl>» VJ' i^'Ji" van. help of jt a' ^sVlS-ll^ Payment of a debt. o'il. 'i'^ij}} r-ij} To ask leave of entering To take leave of. . Here. li7-iJS' calls to prayer).

Soil. ^jl j>j 'l A cedar-tree. sleeplessness.^ 37} G-j Jl i ^jl -J:i- To eat the leaves of that seized with (ksjjl i Person in arrears. Uj C» Rice. To strengthen. ^j' trjl husbandman. Ottoman. ci-jij\i c-i. wakeful. tiller. prolate :cijl^ j ^ijT. ground.j'j\ To be hvely. ^ Glltl 'Sjj ^^hj}^ 'J'J to slumber. o. despised man. It n Artichoke. j'y £\'J\ To To build a prolate vault. ^i. Lively. set limits to. fn ^j'l . To ^ s wrap a. fire). To with a waist-wrapper. — sji Confu. limit. . wood-fvetter. ture. wretchedness.irjTP To be iJj \j . Back. G ji i^jl ^ To remaia in the stable. Stable. to misery. ^'j\ ^ <J\^. — To * ^/^ Ciji ^j'J C.* — come accustomed to it (beast). no j^_j\j Irain one. Ground of a house. To surround a. * ^'J\ yj\ To devour the whole harvest. destroy the crops (of the land).sion. i "fr Jt ^^vi j. fire). o. Leaden ^-.j] set at variance. to assist girdle. Incitement to discord. in a veil. a mantle. to be. >^0l To make To mischief amongst. Middle jjl part of the body. pell-mell. o. Fruitful. noise (pot on the incite a. to"\vrap %jj\'y s 3jT a. seat. x'. Partial insomnia. th. o. to give up. light (the ojjij yjj 1 To kindle (war). Is^j^ sT'^^ 'S^A "^ ground of <Li>j1 <>• -^ Urinal. <j-jlOO o>fj^ib oy~ijX 5r u~lJ. press. \'yj\ \ yj. sewer.J «quick. A ti'ee-worm. terrestrial globe. to be a tiller. A kind of thorny tree. Litter.j'}j -^j'}j j.* — To produce honey bee). Den. To ^3' jy^i practice agrieul- Molar teeth. Gift.T ^ -.j1 i ^'j\ ^ Boundaries. A To be sleepless. -^ iij\ be late. a Pi'ince. ^j^l iljl . Cljlj C^jlj C3'l a o. ^ :cij? Little man. . To prepare a stable for (a J_j n jj\ beast) . late. quick.jl * vault. Tooth. people '^''Xy'^Xi. To reduc3 yj\j jj\j\j in a veil. — 0_j\j clothe a.^. C»j1 a Jjl -^ To slumber. To bring foi'th herbs i^J\ ja'y to fasten it to a pole. o. ^j. ^y a £!j 1 Very good dates.l\ x:^'J\ ^ -H- jaJjl renounce. iui^l ^ Xiso j\ colic for To eat all (the food ). •:j. Drain. . iij'\ Throne.'s self Strength. \ ^ to To strengthen. Bottom of a vase a stuff.j j"t» pipe. Honey. coffin. j y^\ -^J) /J\^ To ^ fy^ o. To cause a. To To To feed (sheep to the to satiate.h_~ Agricultuiist. origin. Course of the week.^J *'jj^j 'i>*jl ^31^ Wasted (land). J^jl ^ s5 jTj ^jT -«- covered with green which a beast is fastened.^ fi> tree (camel). <^jyj\j ^j~ij\j'\j Koot. To gnash the teeth against.) — yj\ c Y (name of a place). Broad. There is nobody. ( T olIrl»j — J:. Pole to ^j\ji\j C5j ijl To become luxuriant and i^ijl (soil). To cicatrize (wound). s' Ij^ a 1j1 -^ full). ^ j% having eaten it (camel). Price J^'J-Hgiven for damage. to. flow (water). weakness. J'J\ abundantly (soil). J^\'Jj J^\y\j ij>yjj Oj^'j K J»jl -8Eai'th. tojj. ojl oj*^" ?r Piice of blood. Country. land. Lilac of Persia. earthly. ^ ^ ^yy Stone set up in the j^yy^ ^I'jf ^ desert. j^^l ^ x^jl To produce a To S'jc'jh Cob \% o j1 Terrestrial.

Reed used for making lances. -^ i JjU Jjl -J^ Retention of urine. _/j£j|j Ijd. To become strong. o>. yj[ ^ Tube. 23j. Sorry.T. Canine tooth.T Before.. angry. ( jUj j»}* ) To bite. Jc. 's father. Clothing. Barren soil. dearth. C^jl i jjl Relationship. — Left side. -without ^_^U j-'„l Quick step. oJu ^ \'^'\ Sal. arrows. a. principle.i::i Fundamental. opposite to him. to point. blade. To be opposite. U-1^ i j. To regret. To sharpen.'i Root. **-— ' iJ'jb *^*—' Sad.il . t'jj^'y' To To bring a. To be opposite. J J. captive. C A Veil. _i. to be son-y for.j 1^1 — away as a captive. iV. Foundation. of un.j^'J he whole of them.^>» grounded on. 'Jjt . arrive sud- squeeze. to front C jT_^ Sy^ 0.\L.li-. i^'J Help. See '^Z.^1 Sad. o.^. fi> to lament. hour of the last judgment. ^J. ^S'J-^^j JjC-lj A'JJt j^~-\'/* ^ j^\ a'jyL''^ ^J ijlj ^jl ^ v^jT) ^jT . jfcj ^ C-jjij To ruin a. of Constanti- "C^^S *jl£J. in front. Strong breast-plate. '. *^?J)b Jj'' ^ys\ ^f> j^\ *j Eternal. t _ ^u1 c^Cl .JcZ. Israel. To draw near.jl Scarcity. ^j-^^ To be oblong full ^L. To lay the foundation. Poverty. To be unfruitful (year). o. To be in a strait.Vj1 Eternity. (dearth). • c-ll. Strong leather-strap. bind szjL. under constraint. principal. A j^l oG^ J-lG J~l . o. To be afflicted with.Jj'i' -Sthe other). Tip of the tongue. Before him. Narrow place..] veil.J-' To be a Lion. . Alas What a pity! Regret. jy^j CSjl 1 JJI "^ .]j juLij iCJj »jJ^\ 7 zjJ:. To draw near (one to the iSj^ other ). to ii-ritate a. Fore-arm. To fasten tightly. Waist-wrapper.lj ^i-— *l Small quantity of ashes. To be founded (building). Spear. Jij ^ jCI. Uncomfortable.x1 -» set (a dog). I as a prisoner. basis. or dry. jc . 6^>'j^A ClJLI ^ To correspond (o. Anguish _/J ^ s^n-l narrow circumstances. exc 'option.\? -«- Veil. Captivity. to a «0l^ i. o.Tj j'ji j'j{ lion. as courageous as jZ. to approach. To afflict.v1 P To 5 iSCjI JU.^C'l Founder. jCl. Sj^j . He suffers from isehuiy.1 a J-1j iIC-1 o JJll ^ and smooth (face). j-Jy ^ Zji^j jjit Place full of lions. Buttock. Jjl aftinity. jL^ 1j . ^j1 s it ^ — — Prisoner. o. -« Surname nople. afflicted. establishment. To surrender All. to a. y. a wj-l ^ CjU-i 5 JL-. dalion. to u—il u-"'^ ground.\ Lsather-strap. To be like o. touchy. 2( .Lf\j ^\JS ^ ^j—II building. To tie.jlj 6jl a uij/l -ftdenly. Mantle. Jr-l Foundation of a c^L. To encourage a. Waist-wrapper. Nervous. ! Gj " wj— i^l Q wi-it.lj Foun- ' . -^ Shank of a -if- -r tobacco-pipe. Ji'j] Day. tr--^* Founded upon. opposite. Battletield jjTj.1j oUI-'l Sadness. Oval-shaped full and smooth (face). Lioness. principle.[j to take captive.»u. xsjT To be straitened. kindred. to Sj ^\ fi> J[ (j. affliction. established. le. assistance. . Gun-barrel.\j tall olc -u. A very ample ^ oj\Xi jOl jj.

to take j jo'C Honey that remains Base. Lion. tucker. Doctoress. Original. decision of ^il ^ ijCi-t -Vr Rabble. A ^llj visa l^Vl - The rudiments. il^[j o^i a kind of short dress.ia\ To be mixed Thicket. Gifted '%i\ ^ j. ^\-j\ it -^^J" ^ *1-T To To originate in.V by no means. -^r*^ ^ White moss that grows on oak and pine trees. Potash. the Fundamental. A'"^' tiil -^ They came them. contiguous to. Relief.Ci.Ij -U ^1 ^ -«- * ^S\ »>ar*'' xiL. to J i>l Cr-'* ' J-^'^ ^ a. I 1 i -ik To be To clothe a. . Phy-siciau. to stink (water). (with a stake). Principle. Race.. afflicted.l Leg of a gi'ass-hopper. jU»T Stake of a tent. imitate a. evening. .u.^^ extirpate. *_. Dry bread. o. Relationship. oilii y>'\ -i^ To break or soften To strengthen. A j^'(j a-tfl h- :1j ^ J C_^ J Cw. th. e'j^j j^\ -r J^\ Tie. On no account. with a clie- s j^l jjual nurse.1 V. Origin. .^vi 'J_. merry. ^ J_^*l To consolidate.iii^l^ ^l\iS\ \'jJ-S\ Extirpation. kind. Extermination. stock. Joy. To J*^ give a part of one's a. o.'ij wi-C ^_. twisted (tree). of good breed (horse). footing. earthen pan.\ _ JQ) hitertwisted (tree). a ^y\ -j^l all. o. To take a I'OOt. not at ^Ljl . Capital. Ji. j. to shut. a short dress. ^^/u^ L . To bear Jjg with patience. To saw (wood). o. V7 . J--Jij with a firm temper.1j oiUfj jj>lj 3\J\ before sunset. all of ^ j^\ lj'. u1j Jj\ ^ii to uproot. 0. To put a J-j o Solid. \yJi i teeth .cT" Alkali. Ismael.lCj. J^( ^ jJ. To be cheerful. Chemisette. Corrupted.jL^l -5f To be rooted. To consider as noble. ^ "~ ^'<?T goods to to be muniticent. (crowd). j^-^\ A> \'J--^\ . oV_l]^^ cCl To render a. .". Firmness of charactei'. Compact. _Ji. Crime. yj\ ^ S^-. vessel. a. radical.z.o ^1 coiTupted. Li^i ^J. To leave a.^'1 upon. column. adjacent. o. model. in the hive. band. Imitation. — To be To be Jj\ a '^^J To root out. consolation Medicine. pain. -^ To console a. Of noble origin.JUj1 o JoI o. o. ot£[j a. sad. To be entangled.« To provide a tent * l^'al i ^a\ -ii- him. . See ^^. console a.1 Earthenware. To console a. to nurse cure. will. Noble. To make peace between. sorrow. To sharpen (her woman). s Vj^\y> To To To console o. Confused. Adjoining houses. to descend from.Vl j^'l inter- »_. name.1 a ^^\ ^ ^ Lineage. -n4rl>'-^ ^Vij^ Time jiu. th. principles..'s self. -fJ- To state the oingin of. sprightliness. 'i . .aVj\ ^ %j^o\ Favour. Burden. To classify according to a common origin. A medical woman. Caper-bush.^^\ To To stop. well rooted. putrid (water). Jj. Saw. to ?j * Clj ^ -S- l^'l o L-*l misette.-i! To annotate.* Jo\_r-l^ Sadness. Root.* (J\ o Noun. To be near. Denticulation.

Lie. Great traveller. -ft- 1 what one has Weak-minded. Liar. i jCJ 1 To Gl&ui wi^Tj CijioU ^j&.l paciv-saddle (on an ass. Cjj'j^b »'J\ ^ j^l Liberal. Ditch. a (she-camel) i groan (she-camel).lfe*^>4JI kJ\ o\'j^\ ^ -{}- Shelter. nimble. A usi jil To reach the utmost degree (ssl a j. . to To milk Vyi oi^J>\-ii- To crack (saddle). a. skins). storms. learned. 2f put a To eat. To become iri-itated with.jji51 Wormwood. Certainty. fu'e- *i^J Heavy and (food). to. To bend a. a Ci»j1 i stronghold. th. iJiSlj dl^l A 5 VVfeiJ I .'-'j'^ i 'j. To be weak-minded._^j. To be vei'ified. th. to nibble. indigestible Ja-il^ Jail Agha JasU Sal o 'Jl -J^ (a Turkish c^\j\i^ ^ \f\ Ts ijl -ft- officer). To be weak-minded. vi^^j jTl To lie. ^ij At the time of that. hole. To prepare with sour ^^^ ( '"!"'' _/— 'o-sLll -^ Fort. Good 5 iiri^/J for nothing. Certain. place..:A-lJl '^ To tan (hides. To a^u be confirmed. Reliance. not. give to >lri . Ball.r Jl^ I . iSy Ij i^1 dJi \ig^i\ a ^\j To deter a. To Cuu' j. J^UjI. . To have very little milk camel). active (servant ). 0. A> jkfjj ji^l -^ To assert. to corrode. la>l a a?l To be active.c. He was moved with pity. o. refuge. ^]j X^"^ -^ j»^^ Chimney-piece. from. ^{ ^ j\^{ . J_J3. a jTl hood. y ol» 1 ^i -^ out of time. Dirt of the ears or nails. rotten. JL-C 1 ^ o>j1 P Laudunura.>l^t -ft" Side. ^h ^h JaSl Sea-turtle. To be hot and windless (day). Battlefield. flank. die (for as. c'aeese. To dry up. generosity. eat. I^^ij l^i _^1 -»To be quick. l>=^ i -^^^ >^^ "^ To hurry.L To To To To itch (head).j6. sour cheese to — ^'^ ic. jVaT ^^ jalj jal Pack-sad- sifeTj ^1 ^ ^V'fcb oi^l . . o.. bus- of science. Fie.'b _ . to bow. To arch. to dig. (flame). Firm. Absinth. Adveuturei". i destructive winds.). To surround ( a house). Country. Jli>T . A\'eak- il^U^ duil eat together. Horizontal.l -fti J* -ft- ground). Horizon. fl> o^'l Fault. j\y] Circumference.v^si o J»1 s CjI have no more milk (wet-nurse). To rise up To give to a. asylum. ^ j>i -ft- a dish) o. for (day). t»i_j oiib d^\^ ^il dUi i a-^1 To till (the *^Ib . to jit minded. misdemeanor. cn. th. To s swell (waves). J. <>• Fi-ame. To certify. To ascertain.u. — O^yi ?r -la'b Ja^U ^Vj ^[j Cheese made with sour milk.^ j^l '2*5 bandman. Ij . V(k=>lj *I&. To boast ^Ic cnii to curve A^tTlj 1^1 oJh'\ an arch. Time. bowl. Cjl ^i\j a ( ^^ sheof a ^'\ To decrease (th.Tj >L^a j^l a. Oj^'^j circle. Tiller. Hoop.. Tanned j^\ ^ s^l -ft- (hide. a mule). fortlet.ses. ring. Ji. To A ^IfeUj >i^1 o J4^1 o -ft- gnaw. be corroded. Opitjm. Hearth. to eat. falsedUla! ^ *^r?b *^ij •^'"K -ft- ^ .^ ya\ a jji_. ( \- di\ To compel a.Tj >.J^ Wild and hurricanes. shame ! 'J»\ Hot and windless «iAc%l To strengthen a. skin). To set (sun). mules). 5 UsJl — To be in want of rain and di\\ barren (soil).

s lLi\'^i ^T. that. the s CjVt j ii)iy ^iJ To accustom a. he. Friend. To be rotten (tooth). Relationship. To seek the friendship of. of ad. To jB'ij lie. Jl -«To hurry. jiX» ^ JTU Porringer for 2 or 3 persons. To gather (disi ^Jtjj 5 . j ^'^A^ — a ^M . ^ :d1 not ? VI Lest. Rust. <I&ii» Spoon. not. to unite. CJl o »j1 . ^\j> ^ Jlfeii* Edible. 0. who. State of a mother who jj} I ^ j^ I has lost her children. save. To become incensed. xlJij ^vTj ^j] ^ ^!l.I7 jfe^rJI Insane. Book. Te -»- who whose. ^ ^ Ts To send s z^% viAjT. Composed. unless. J^tj J^i jLfei jifeil To get »j s Vj^t t wiJTj UJ a ^ll «• accustomed to a. .. ^ j!*| i Compact. More familiar than. 0.v1 ^ ^lb.. Jl^ ^.. ^i Madness. panion. i_^1 __ -« ^ITTj to keep up a friendly connexion Avith. to lighten. not. mouthful. To strike a. To feel an itching. Less. a d\j\:J. &j o diJI -«a. * — ^ji ^X^j ^ir/l^ ^4^b ^u=. victuals. except. If For fear that vi -i^ 1 Author (of a book). ^»!A)lj Jl^Ill To ^ ^1 suffer.6=t« ^ J^^feiU Victuals. it). Sfe»')Uj . Treachery. (V ) VI In order not to. with a spear. o. (a book). familiar. ij^l n Jl Title-deed. Thousand. To bear (a letter). ^J a js1 vjj'l They are all united oa-lj iJi^ 'U v* ^ajl. To champ (the bit horse). j^ Uj i jli^ against me. &i ] persed people). a passion. oVi r- win hatred. To put o. to bring ojj ^1 ^— K together. Meal. Itching. To have relations of friendship. J[< C£J31 v/J| Letter. o. J^^b JsTb glutton. Compact. Book.. Tame. ^1^ Familiar. 5LJij yS\j''i\ — To be decayed (tooth). Madness. ^ To be intimately acquainted with.oV^^Uj J. That he. To excite a.rb y\ ^ Hill. Food. To join. c Ijj . very intimate. eatable. ^] will com-^. not. i : | oG^Jl . Ambassador. . J lij I jll -«- (lightning). VI \o'S\^ To be clear and bright (colour). a — To moan (sick person). To meet with. To be composed of. to circumvent a. hillock.. . to. ^] ^^ \i 1 To be eaten. repast. :u3jl. Lest. ^ N.. (j\ a J\ whom. Food. alliance.. To become tame. insane. CJi i V\ -« I take one's meals at a friend's?. Seized with madness. . companion.'s self into J&. Very familiar.ij oi... Dwelling. eatable. (he she. A iJL Is broad-headed spear. against. friendship. missive. continuance in one place. To become Lie. Collection. Friendship. whom.1 ( \ To deceive. Piece. Ranconr. ii^oT J^l To compose To frequent society of. yi] a jSl To sharpen the point of. ^^ b CJ 1i Ip »J 5 To Hash To bd mad. Company. o. Rising ground.oVT^ The {article). A great eater. Familiarity. o. lunacy. Gloves. Agreement. to (a place). il/. Usual. To be restless. Fi'iendship. weapon. whose. that. to ^]\~L[ court.r^1 -H- F. Canker.

{>n-f.sion of Jesus- •r. Metaphysics. ^ ::!}<. JVlj JjV< ij^iJl To direct 'ji\j ^'tj _j^'\j. ^"0. At o. to take \ij'\j JGj t%_\. To. *vT^j\jJ)^ Pain. th.'s steps towards (a place). )• dUVjIj vil'Jjl To be grieved. Irritation. th.Ja'ij V\ Do not cease to claim x^\ 5<j vt what you have not obtained (prov.cj^. th. Nation. Divinity. :^.0^1^11 {ins. be Cj>-\ til off. to *— JJG J^ my mother Mother I eii^ \j iutj ^j^ai 5tc -J\ Fire. to him. To imitate a. ^iJ^Vl 'J] 1 Imam. 5 iftj'jlj ^\ i»Vl.\^\ A trifle. apotheosis.f These {m.i^ l^ s x>v. the brain. th. s^'t 'Ju 5 — *^\ . oQJl The pas. x^jj ?. poiypode ^1^5. ! "-^ -x The ancient Arabs. Pia mater. possessed of I pi. String-course [arch-). of J^) _j5jT Men gifted -with strength. Large. mind. o. as a leader. To call o. thee. To neglect. ^yr^^ !»' he continues.^^\ _/i'\ fat in the" tail. rank of an imam. Christ. cOvl ^ ^v1 Ts Handkerchief used by JX. Deity. To be late. suffering .u1j Cvl *:'*' . :a1j . to grieve a.'s. J s^ a \j 'JiS Swearing.'s self a To be deified. To swear. To be like God. lit. favour. Mother. 0. .^\ olA -> o. Tiil. Nevertheless. Source. prototype. benefit. withdraw. He does not cease to warn. Aloes.^ That causes Painful. . X^iry People.ii J*lil. for all )a^ G-Jaj iJj5lj V hospitality. ^b Xi'^y pose a.a Sy -ft- To adore a. to admoni. oC^iyf^ To be unable j ulf. to worship.ivi To wound a. < To ^vT^ be irritated. G J1 ^r -S- ^\ ^ Xa\ Buttocks.). c^ ^i j. ^ hired mourners. Towards. JT an oath. f. in the brain. 0>l muse. President. Jt^y^ -if- . violent A green-leaved and bitter J '\j "v 'l commotion of the fruit-tree. (as a god). To become a mother. Leader.^| _^j^ Gift. men). How long ? To deify a. buttocks. Deification. A god. Possessors. lit.vilJ'J. suffering. To be unable. To follow a o. Mecca. oath. Rancorous. c. 'Ji^\ To adopt as a mother. principle. Before. The goddess ? of poetry: J^\ Ij . ^^j\j ( IT ) <il J^\j j\ To cause To suffer. to. to worship. To m«. To walk ahead. god.). et cetera. Benefit.). 1^ !j 1^ 1 o v1 -»^ to do a. «lji_ ^1 suffering. buttocks (sheep. Ji ^ -ulj v'ul ^ jT. olf^b o^i ^ I To be leave able to. And so on. Dung. theological 5 virtue). To be at the head (of an army). Regiment.l. Those (p/. < The Virgin Mai-y lit. : j'^\ 'J\ that. v1 ^IjV the towns. ^>C ^ \j s yiLl — 'J\ Theology.^1 ^<d ^ll to affect. Sufferer. To adore a.jij. To neglect a. o.uj\i ^'J\ 'J\ The milky way.^_^l^l Milleped. 0.). o. : the mother of the mother of the He has spared no pains. : j^\ y\ >i mother of light. o. of i))a. (the true and only one). grace. until.j'^\ Highway. Till. a. s u>L(. To what quantity? Go away.i — xL»_^ ( Xi^ Ij «^c SaV I Divine. Situated near or opposite to. Dignity.^tj s^il 1 To have big Fat tail. Passion. To profi> God my God Good God Goddess.«h thee. in front of.

. th. Commanded: officer.5 j ^'U Amida To command a. commit put Thing. to contemplate. Soul. silly. or.. _r''l The gentiles. o. subject. Conference. ^Jc Who hopes. j^ -^j i^^^l oljl'l "^ j%"yi> To be thirsty. Passion. or. k_. o. heart 's blood. part. faithful. The Commander Admiral.%\ Ji^!l cXjA To intrust a. th. Jc Ji»> To become proxy. th.. business. A j^'ij Oy^\ -r >U Ij ::Ail o J>1 . Is (he. Chief. on. idolater. inequality. fartliing. ^>i a. He a (Joes not possess . o.. plenipotentiary. Doubt. To Parasite. order. J a 'fyA^y^ y>'\ To command a. Duty paid to Very hot summer. on. Belonging to a prince. Maternity. ^ ^ ji^'l '\ decree. busied . Power. '\y^'^\ j^\ ^vjt Either. '-^ ' '\j '\ To To trust in. To hope a. Public To show Laden the limit of. 1^\ Lil^ i^VT ^ jti'l -tt- place or goal in a race.'l a ^1 To make a common beration .J i But. th. Vital spirits.. S a ?^/l -»- treasury. To consider. empire. 5.i1 o.C yr ) (/-' Foolish. or Convent of monks. To To To To be in safety against. To a. jj^l to determine a. Either.. it 5 Prefecture.» "i i/v1 -^i< ^-J is?'?' ^^ a ness. a. Opened. reign. Meditation.'s meditate. o. time not long past.. Hope.9»lll To conjectui-e. Prince. If. safekeeping.^JI. To be invested with power. n y''^L\ Commandment. To consult a. to. _^T 0. julVl Trustee. \'yf a ^Vl (th. ther. expectation. J .^''^I '|J.. » J^\ To consult a. Public prince. Empti- cjy ij oC«l. Extreme point. jX» ^ J/^lS Hope.. to . with. ?^'>J i^j>*'^-» ??. chief. «-j To be actively engaged. . n IjUjI. loyal... StartingEternally. o. not? Man. to order. Ignorant. to delie. Silly. 0. Anger. o. d^"^^ To be true. W^heit> Ci.' j^ii cJ\'J^\ 5- ^ _.s. the Caliph.set o. 'jy^'^^J A Jj^P ^>i>1 con]. To render a. illiterate. th. 0. ^r-y b cr^Tj ^^T Lately. Yesterday. fi> ail Mission. idolaters. wealthy (God ). 0. of the cji^^l _._i — about. power. to reflect hope on. th. it). Motherly. reflection.1j CC-lj C. To consult a. To confoi'm to a command. yyj\ ^ j\ -j' To plot. To invest a. irritated u ^C^^'l a Congress. indication. Hope. trodden road. Weakness. u\ of a colonel. Sa^Tj j^T 5 i^^l o^l ' -K- to a.'s self under Sign. to a. The jvjtj 5^ J>»"^ Wounded in the brain. to confide in intrust a. . 0.i>. «3^^ protection. To be in good quantity s^.. . expectation. i'jVXi "iyX . Council. power of attorney. authority. 5 — on *j j J^\7 JC«T^ J> Ij ^'A o>^l' -r J*'^' j. > J^")^ jy'i''\f' with a.) To have numerous flocks. ship. Office in the govei'nment. amir. that which is hoped.she.ij . u. with power. attorney. with. 0. ^ It Sji^U S^'l ° -'•* O' ^ ->*• become a prinee.. _^5j'lj y^h to consult ^ /fc security.. (town). Gentile. amir. in safety..1j C. s5C»l o Ji^'s To be in . ^ c. trust to. •/'U j^\ Vj ^»l. .' Civil title equal to that ^ When. as to. H U ^'. ^v1 ^\ >5i -> Serious. c^ faithful.^ Colonel. painful alFair.

We. Safe-conduct.^1 I C M ) do it. mankind.Cw ^ — minate to a. :yu1 effeminate (pers.j s \~. by fi. o^'\ J) ^^t-ll -J^ Safety. To believe. ener- ^\ -^ To To protect a. Female. "*J Ij '^^'ii Thy friend. I'ender feminine. faithfulness. To reprehend getically. a. th. kind.sted Belief. To get accustomed to. To act as a social man.yi o iJ^ -^ fi> Loyalty. politeness. :i. ^t good manners. ^ ^\ Man.iJ^. th. of un. 'jCjI. Polite. o. tL»1 Tru. ^]\^ ^\r_H^ ^j kindness. Steadfast. To say Amen. o. Lamenting continually. To delight a. Protection. oOl will not ^ To reassure. jyUlj ^^Ct " . To grudge Sj fi^ — Mercy! Alas! c-ii'l oC»l Moar-.oulj jf\ a. you. Ciil i To confide in.5 '\ You both To lament.— To render familiar. Groan. th. Apple of the eye. . affectuous.'s care. Fidelity.^Vi der. o. To become a man (Son of To show kindness. oOlj V\j caj\ Groan. U-/^ ^ I tranquiliise a. Envy. 5 ^l To be sociable. To pei'ceive a. to have : ^%) faith ^ CCjI^ ^p\ I. tender. To become of the feminine gen. Sj cJ'l Deposit . o. — with a. o.). (dual). A human being.. To seek protection from. To become acquainted and miliar with. to effea. o. 0. cnil ^ 'cJl >i ^i1 Cuj ^ 'i cJl -^ c. To tame.l)l J o1 vi iduil C as long as a star appears iii the sky. I from afar. ^_^0T — ^\ Crowd. intrusted c. Loval.I. ^ajI Good faith. put a. moan. Social life : God). social. 0. sincerity. a. Well ! beautiful - -0- To To be soft (iron). thy intimate iujl^ oX friend. to s CU. yj^Ol-f^ siCl s in. To be ':.ib\-<^j oUia jCij oOl^^ jJI Soft.l5l^^T familiar wth. N. to shelter him from danger.^>T) . security.lj ]j Cj Ij C_j o be polite.>i. fa- Jl. 0. To have an intimate connection ^j I ^ c^^y' -Ji- Treasurer. s '. Sweet. egotism. Security. Faithful. Man. 'U>i _ oi/l To ij a ^'i . vA oUjI^ Religious faith.^ uVlK cyi\ oIIjI Human. by all. o* 5 » — Thou. To measure a. friendly. is — imder shelter. Feminine. Selfishness. Familiar. effeminate. To become effeminate.

jVi^l ot^tlj j^l 'UT Vase. th. Scai'cer than a vul- J ^j.). C«jT Provision. To ^ j\ j j'\^\j Jc 5 Friendly relations. manliness. unhurt. be qualified. on his 5 Clil i »jiri nose : to mortify. To admire a.!»J| — To To become <ijlj j\j ^''1 Jl blessed. o. the first place. Julj JuTj ojU 1 ^ Ja household. o. render a. town). disdainful. Familiar s JliJ.''i'. — For the future. To knock How ? Wherefrom ? Ah! Alas! ^ ' 1] -^ oi -J^ uT. Jil j '\]j -u 'j Time. Vyi ij ^iil o JaI * To get accustomed to c_) >U*I a J*^ To welcome a. pleasing.^)^. Mankind.j jl v J^^' xJC\ JaC out for. to come to f. Fore^Tj jy Ij tiCT^ ^'\ raw wilj ^aT ^ ujC^I. point. of. JaI To believe or to J s vi+il JaTj Ja1 ). jloll ddT ^ijTj Household.l*i afore. Staidness._j CjT^ -Jt Slowness. wife. To wait for. Politeness. Scorn. Extremity. First of all. To marry. 0. ' ^aI ^ . Elegance. hide. To To ? tCjI. difficult to Family. th. children.i V] an agreement with. To cook insufficiently (the meat)._i1 pare. j^^} Jul -ft- To abstain from out of modesty. ll\:j/il] o To get ready. Ba. of shame. shame. otj Slow. Meek. pretty. a fi> CiJ JH. th. in. * J\ . Incarnate (the Vei'b). ^^ij uJl Ready. In the first place. Future. . house. to ripen. oi To groan.! sijl To be ins'ifficiently Patience. Meekness. as'father. Before. carefully. o. able to. to expect. -Jl- Lead. Nose. henceforth. ( a place To be inhabited (house. good breeding. with meekness. procrastinate. gross. to be deserve. o*^ I ^ l_. ^(. olj'l . to be entitled to. cooked (meat). 'uT ^ Jil Day and night. Fine.). to sigh. \Jj^i\ ^^j ^] ^\:. To be (th. ^f>(ju\ a. Point of maturity. Insufficiently 4> Ca(:^[ Ja'i I Time. space of time. part of anything. apparatus.! <• To acquiesce hinder a. o^-* 'j ^•*'' sr 'Ir*'' ~^*'l "^^ chattels. fitted Ji^b J :< To delight in. Initial. Above. marry a. kind. Beauty. New. — — Creatures.[ titute new proceedings against. w^vii Movables. cooked (meat). th. in I ^\ j':>c^ He who i rates himself high. To go to appeal . to ins^ Ul'^cJ. people belonging to a community or locality. the inhabitants mature.ri9.[ act slowly. piqued. Skin. fitted out. of Paradise. leather. Appeal (in law). to pre. be found. To do a. To begin or to com.shfuluess. JT — Humanity. patient. Carrion-kite. Friendly. vessel. Harmless.^ Social life.jl. procrastinate. Meekness. Prepared. a. jjlj jjl worthy^j jALr-LI^ jy\ of.J »^a\7^ . Beginning. . coarse To be (kJl o viAJl ill-tempered (pers. To treat a. Meek. ^ut i -^ "^ The The . to delay.i « s Vl^jl^ jiT J*'^^ marry. jj Vulture. o. Ammunition._j To To To To To welcome a.superiors. ^iVl .fi> jiS'lr-llj Jtrj't meuce anew. worthy o. 0. grace. a. Expectation. Accustomed. J^'VI jalJ ^ jtl Be welcome ^U--J 5^^ *i ture's eggs : Said of a.

Burden.. jji^ j^ ^ j\/f ^ SjJl-a-ft- Axiom. Jjj^j to reward.\ Interpretation. Preceding. night. Government. First. jjl To come back to God. Crowded. — To abandon a.. interpret.vT Organic. to express grief. o. inclination. that I'ises moi-ning and evening. o. a. th. weight. 0. -ft- War apparel.ijl ^ Jjl Firstly. JyJUj JaT of. during the back to. apai'tment. . Priority. Jdl jt ^— jA\_iL» j^\ -ft- Damaged. ^^ To govern (subjects). ^ J\ Wife. bane. »j5j liji bend. a. vt^j Vjt o JT ^ -fj- To arrive at the 5j a kjt/ij ijj\3 (water).A JjCj — Who :^j1 C)y}'j\ ?. primitive. Musician. Ability. Vapoui- JT contrite for sin. o.*jb «^J' about two pounds and a half ). Use. to explain a. Infii-- Who oViT deserves. ^y.j Cjl o ^T-«^. ^ Jjl To overcharge The day befoi'e yesterday. To burden a. a. be bent. cattle. civil. ^Cl. vJ^a" *^vT Instrumental.V| Jjl Jj Jj VI Jj V)! first To overwhelm a. penitent. to repent. To reach. oVT ^ i)T Place to which one comes o^X" ^ (_a» back. ol3j1 ^ s3jl Ardour of ^Cij^ j^jl fire. 'Ji\>\ - iJbl . dynasty. Unless.J (animal or vegetal). or a.j Vjl — To be a chief to be jc ^JGt j VGl — . sijjl a. -^ To walk the whole 'tij\*y' day. ^ XaT Hereditary goods. anteriority. ^| — ^_'\j ^j\ ^j\j kjjl Okky (a weight of oSl ?. 'J. -i^'l J jjjil xlul Room. at (a house). 5 Jjl Crowd ^ of friends. 4-J JTS ji^l j^i Tame. Return. oi'ganized bodies 'J. . Work. mity. Vjll Vj^ crooked.tjljl comes back Family. mirage. to God. thirst.j^ ijl y^ Burden. curved. tool.^ To To get a. Relationship. o ijT -J^ Inhabited. worthy Damage. o. Goose. Spectre. back to. affected. by turns. 0. ^y^ To supply the wants of a. to incline towards iSjl o iT its end (day). principal. o.^ *. commentai'y. Anterior. To come Jl. weight. X^jLJI Jjl The ancients and the oj^i^'lj u_^ jVl moderns.j^i^ Ts Aj j 6^1 Worthy of. ? Jji To set (sun). entitled to. footman. oCjJj Jjl ^ Jji ^ ojij! Old. ^j\ ^^' . Instrument. Whether. weapons. To come back Cy j1 -^ -S- ^ _. Holly. ai'ms. Custom. th.^j» Ts . misfortune.Myrtle. J^ S jlj »_jj1 set over. Principle.CJ^l) a'vi White of eggs. Province. To come back from. from. The highest point of the sky. apparition. To cause damage a. Race. Organ. Jl. aptitude. Sorrow. SVCl. 5 CGl. a ij'\ Successively. Anterior. ( work). at _. National. To be reduced to. o. ^ji ^ . To bestow npon Gift. Domestic. j ^ja Bend. Shore. or. Fi'om all sides.^JS ^j\j j^ -« -ft- -^ — ^j\ Musical instruments. to Waitei'. to curve. evil. To To To decline. Cofrin. . To complain. G j1 o jT jl. J\-j\j j. Apogee. ^T . ( \ij'j\j \:>'j\ o iT-)1- affair). v^»i)l cvT Summit. evil <jj>» To draw an upon jt CSjl o jT -ft- Home-born slave. th. Misfortune. August (month). 0.

s ^j\ to strengthen a. c. To remain unmarried or widower. forest To be a bushy trees.. 0. to give hospitality \^'A Wood. -Vr Calmness.\yj] a ^ -ii- 1^ . till now. To smoke bees). It is thee we worship. The north wind. o. of i To widow a. part. us. Qil To strengthen.j i -i^ To be strong. Again. 'bl^j sutj sCl. 0. ^ tfjV Crl. lacU»ju'Vl ^>» Till this day. -ft- September. prefixed to the objectivet\^ Jij Wheresoever. J\jJj ^SA ^ ^1 'JA Example. Disheartening. Wonder. 0.\j a To be siiUj '^^j}h %J <iJ^ t^j' moved with pity for. j^-j ^j\) To settle somewhere. To be unmanied. jX> ^ Sl/Vv (^yi>* Jackal. •j\^ bacy. Yes. result. settlement. To f>j authorise. Fatigue. 0. To flock together (birds). Too. Weariness. also.'s own house. Authorisation. Return to a place. To go. Where ? What ? Particle. Opportunity.aUj Force. viiji -^ ^''' C^lj Ci b '^d * widower. Authority. tranquillity. Now. A j'^h J'_}^[ Mansion. I . Help. May (month). Male viper. th. jj. Tell me.\^ u-i^ ^ s CGl. Support.j C»C i^ C^jl — s 'm\ or a. him. Giddiness. them. a widow. ^Cl ^jT ) i Ah! Alas! yj\j ej\) (*T.'. thirst. cj\ Tiuie. Hey.se. a Strong.bj ^ jj'ij j!i. fatigued. you. ^Tj . By God To draw near Ho Holloa ! To v'jt i JT-S- Which ? What ? Which one ? xf ' be tired.Uj1 u To weep. Event. Always and everywhere. JyiJ"| S End. 1 oC^ C'l Q. j!L^ ilG Yes. To be helped. I eT -fr o\j\ Despair. fatigue. '^'A That ! is. j. stag. 5 ^1 ^. at _j| To To retire anywhei'e J[ A b^ \ i jj'\ ^ to. of course. What ? s^i. Snake. Xj\ ijUj jJ.^'i Jl^ Wherefrom? ^'\ Me. Beware of.1 ( \y I. in confirmation of. thee. i\ ^ To thirst. Widower widow. oA'i^ 4 case of pronouns. Sunlight. to do. mighty. oVI Henceforward. He who sighs and cries to God. used ia calling. Burning of a. oS\ Jl •j'' Membrum j\A S Palace. at ^[s jj\j jyj i jj'\ — o.!^ ^ sij'^ Monster. (God). So.j ^^ thou. th. To despair of. Gjl J^ -fi- out (the u C«bi. ^1 j^js^ jj} 4- to take shelter in. To come back to. ^'l Whosoever. To make a. Arch'd hall. despair of. ) Take care not Vocative. ^1 (time). Go on ( imper. viz. ve-j'^ treat. The East wind. to confirm a. to succour. firm. now-a-days.(iT ^ i:T of a sacred book. Serious affair. Sign. Holloa Meaning (of a writing). juj\j l-Uj In support. To help. moment. Whereabout ? Where ? How far..).! ! ._pjl To exclaim ah ayCij oj'^j . * iJU \'^_]j . to y ( ^ ^\. Int. Verse t/T. o.. o ye! j (4^1 When ? Wheresoever.i7 J\ iJu v^iJl C Deer. Season xJjT ^ oOb of the year. *jl. a CaJl j^ Ji -^ receive a. ^ijl To be strengthened. To reiterate a. hopeless. a widow. <_i. to act at jt C31 o JV -fr iClj J -^i^ ea. a SJ^'^* J'iT) ~ To excite the thirst To fatten (cattle). jOTj jy\ ^ JA virile. To help. ^5jT oU. iST. wherever. Who lives in celi.

way. QG Ts oljGG ^ — '4i'S'. A IjlJ a jl' -S- store. Magical-jjC Well. Fire. To furnish a. ojiJI 'y. Misfortune. farthing (money).oOC ^ s^G Ts Camomile (plant). No fear. Head clerk. To achieve. ( J CJ-j.J j'^. treasure. To recline quietly on — lU Papal.J u-'^J adversity. To be brave. '^i^ki the side. Without. He has walked during the night.j . *>>* ij. oLj j Lj * They have the same jb-lj oQ-i ^a temper. paltry. During. ^j ^-«cJSJ' J^s~i ^1. Early in the morning. to *IjVj a tit. a flock. To be small. 5 travelling provisions.%jy pit dug in the open for cooking. To sink a well. Ja'il: Te -J}- that. ^'i. A ^nb ^ o c.^' ^i To be strong.j Major. To conceal. By God. Ci'i^ a J^J the ground unexpectedly. Jt»j^'C-G Is Eye cijiJli t^l . ^^ ^ ^ji^i.&_. By. jiL ^!A1j jL. Misfortune. a u-ij "S* unhappy. middle of a. origin. No harm in it. He struck him with the I W^\ ^l)t. strength. iTG Ce To neglect a. Root. -tf The best head of ^\\ Duty upon importation. 2nd month of the Coptic year. Babylonian. boldness. o c-^J Unhappy. harm. What with . To throw down on Head. T-^. Passport. Brave. the Holy Father. found him to be lionhearted. ^\:][ At. V ) o )y'. By my life. s J-'-d. ^^^kiTds^^. C'lJ o ^j-y. Pasha. HS- glory in. wretched. With. th.j.^ji ?. Deposit._^^ OUJ ^^ ^ ^_^jG ^_^ -tr sword. dli'i passed by him. iS^y.:u J-l^j J-ij To say To say father.j *J'S o Jjj -ftwretched. For. No objection to it. u-'i^ . To exhaust (a beast). Poor. Small. CjU^Q ?ojjV Corporal..9rJ\i P^ A kind of hunting j/J ^ J^: P leopard.j To give up. Courage. ( 'zS\ J^t ) I will 5 ransom thee with my father. Be fearless.'t'jr-^s.i ^-^y. Irregular troops.1 . fniiappy. glorious. Captain. V v Go down in peace. To boast of. ^|y Apple of the eye. For the reason 0I Cj j ol 1. Kind. for eye. ( Jit. Papa. More Kind . jt'1 way. tl' : ^ — to a. Sorrow. October. ^_. In want of. To be destitute. Hollow. to keep in To ensnare a. ^ To a bad man! D?. Free of charge. Uselessly.'liSj 'UL' -SBabel. j. Turkish slippers. Para.y. Because. J ^'J V vHijLi ^\'i di'jj. pit.0 Ts j-^ ^. oljul?-!. first. Poor. ^— u 0^ ^jy. J ^iy. ^u Ts ^^IT J. Babylon. 0. gallant. o. To ba crushed by (misfortune). old man. ->' '_^^ chief. A jtJij 2( — jUi Parrot.j '^'^. I In. JjC -«• From Babel.( NA ) ^v To be afflicted. sad of. apparel. o. ^ •<>• town-due. jl^. . Fat baby. l^'jI J^'^. the same manners. th. iiJ^'ifP i -{{- To be To cut. Ts Ts i^^^ ^^iC oji Ts ^^j^d Ts ^Q Why? How? Since. o. a. ^\J\ To pretend povei'ty. Pope. To decide.

many.liij -Ur. all. To open one's heart to. o. to cut ^. 5 — To strike a. Cheerfulneiss. jSlil^ To break its dams and ip jiljl To make Avine. . ctj opo o^^ raise off. oCj To be divulged. Intoxicating drink . . with (a stick). settles. o (i. divulged.f->. Great sorrow. smooth. To be decided. made of honey . ti^vb "^-^^ off. ) ^x::! <> overflow (water). to dandle (a child). Travelling provisions. j^' ^ Jj ^f^^i'. To live in celibacy. ^ . To A j!. o. to bob (the o-rt' -» and scatter (the dust). -«- Sharp (sword). To confide secrets to e. •< To be swollen. . To be fat. To have o. JiiJl^ Overflowing. tubercles. *^\ To ask from a. »_j 5 — To make mischief to a. CSlSlTj Cii o jS -«To emanate. fawner. iSa. .J1 virgm. Piece of ground even and jL ^ sii. Bob-tailed. th. State. The whole tribe.j -^Jf. of an. Wheat growing To sweat. A UtJ a r^"^ To fatten (cattle. a Decidedly. Scatter. To be struck.» — and dates. to rejoice a.5:7 from the main stock. Virginity.f/ ^_^C •• i Numerous. torn cut. j\:Cj j Jij] ^1^ ^ a Vlj C. x^. ^ . . to derive. a ^i ^ way. o. all worldly j-:ii ser- To quiet.L'| ^ oOo a secret. (Holy Ghost). off. a Jy.ui7 j> jc^>\ To overHow (river). jjiJ j^i^j To be red and swoUen^iiL^j L'i'i a ^_ with blood (lip). To have strong articulations (man). iJ^Jj^wUG Sycophant.Sj A ^'kj ^_ o c-i -^ To scatter (the duat beasts).V fi> ^ *^.j 'J? Matter divulged. much. o. Irrevocably. blotch. To be curtailed. in it. th. ^\ Pimple on the eye. To be scattered. e\ ( \ To To take (a promise) as cei'tain. tubercle.I Depressed bed (of a river) With dependent branches (tree Shoot of a palm-tree cut off . pasture-land). The blessed Virgin.'s own /i^'-S- Vp^|j ilf. joy. i^Jlj irj. to reveal A iJr-ll^ : A coarse garment. U-^l -»- To detach To be cut. to cut off a. -j_.~j ^ -Urj j. J^. car- buncles. cut jrLM Disengagement from things. y off. Means possesion: belonging to. .£> To proceed from. xS j!j. To devote vely to o. o^iijlj c^i Who Cut cuts. Decided. a.j OCJj -J CxJ iSJI Not at Cask. be cut off. Rush-mat. Proceeding (Holv ^{^i Ghost). Maimed.Ll. cj^> cut. -S- Whole. disclosure. issc:. A cutting. apparel. Pimple. by no means. o. o/Ji» To divulge a. To have a fine neck (horse). complete. jsjs. tail). » . th. . decides. provide o. '^ Manufacturer or seller of coarse garments. flatterer. Procession (of the Holy Ghost). \'^_ -C.'s self with provisions. a lilrJ j ffe^r. Published. c^h A Ou j^'J]j . ^ Maid consecrated to God's a vice. C/^. Red.lipped. be covered with blotches. z^[ -r To divulge. To be To ' cut. To be lanced. o. i J5 -»- To lance (an abscess). -ii- Sharp-edged (sword). ^. To communicate a Be-fi> s '^]j ^C j — cret to a. ^'>\ . o i dl:J violently. To ^ ^^h ^ To curtail.'^. 'cA N. To rejoice in ^ ^J^^ To cheer. ( f. J>J. to take nobody 's advice.'s self exclusi- jrlfj jfj God's service. A part cut.

for c^u» ^ citl* investigation. CJti (water) to flow. j (xki a c^] -^ To cause To search ^— c^ C i . abundant. ^ To give a. To have a big belly. Lavishness Lavisher. Sea. merry. ^ -S- To scrape (the To be ir i^uest a. to gush. To find out a. to cut open the ear of — J>j y^j fit _^>. spj'ing.j^. 0. hoarse (air). J^^j Jc?*^ To be silent out of C»_^' j C?J ^r?»? "^ To fear or stupidity. To show a jordial. th. Big-bellied. a ^ ^ cS-s-i'^j sword. To render a. j'j^Qt^l — i J>^\ ^j»^. to ^ 'i^aJ ^ Stout and short.jS>^Si ^-^^ To To contend. o. th. v^i™"l To be hoarse. harsh voice. To To till (the earth). V^' j JJUj o ji«i To honour a. to enter ii>: into discussion with. Pui-e. th. Pelican. to ^^i'lj U?i7 a to scrutinize a. Numerous party. To widen. 'j\j!i\ He knows. A rC^t 9^*4" ^To To go render a. thoroughly.To remain fli'm io. To stare. ^i. to clinch (a nail). jGtJ^j jy>'^. discussion. uniningled. unalloyed. comfort. -fi- enjoy (glory). <i^ Any great r^y^ "^J .. to To expand. with a -fJa Q>o. th. slit. Yes. cloy. o zJ>ji. Wonder. > To Simpletons. J^ ^ s^! 'e'J>^. V go deep into. fy Considerable (wealth). *^! ^ ''-i' . ^ ^ -S- To be in good yi^ jV^k. Rough. investigate. -fr out. j ^[ 9fcJ O?^ -^ mind To rivet. aware of the _^V| Sa»^ striped oiJ To spend o's life. generously. (in the of). origin. Comfortable Company. to gush. of. To be respected. To stay m. c^ Qj y Abundant To To (spring). be salty (water). li^| o j^. ^j-j-^^ <j-i?-^i u-?«j cut a.>C V^\ iiCG n He mentionned his VJff- ^i apparent and hidden defects. Squanderer. thy He is i)_. To delay. th. thing. th.j c. To scatter. oUJ*! ^ d^ Mine. Scops for search. To be affected with an unquenchable thirst. . centre. seized with fear. To j tC^^j -tC^i. Hoarseness. * o . •<>• Clothing life. Misfortune. To be pure. true love to d. c_i jkjj . Stork. -fr Bottom. Middle-part. j shrink. earth).> stuff. To be squandered. to separate. Respected. Examination. plentiful. dem' and glory.*l Sj^ ji^ j^ in the middle of a concerns. To be inculcated. jij Honoured. th. house.'ji- A true born Arab. To be swampy (land) To endeavour to examine J ^^ To a.j Hoarse. To voyage ^} upon the sea. . wasted Wastefulness. foo's. ^ Swelling of the navel. 'isJ'^. To applaud. Root. made with ot>. Fat. certainly.j J^-J} tt J>-^. o. 5 jA> to commend a. To be glad. * l^^^ a >. Research.| c^ c^-J '>^.i J^-i "^ Misfortunes. sufficient. Enough. 0. ii^ To disclose a secret to a. th. thy business. s>^i»Jj r-JtJj ^S/\ stretch forth. jSe7 circumstances. <^^-! t^^-t* Precious garnet : carbuncle. o JiJ Dispute. o. to a (she-camel). i^ a To bulge ^ j^Wt'. real state sl^J of a thing. inculcate a. i To be confused._^j ^ . eat to surfeit. in gran- j^\\ J — Cfl^ ^ i\ao.

. Having fleshy eyelida. ^ J^\ generous man. swollen.vti ( ss'j. The Ocean. *0^>iijJ^Q To bore Bodkin. ij. pool. x^j Happiness. Ijiy S a ji.j gait. -«- waddle. isiw a a stately Elegant bearing. Man of extensive knowledge. o>'itl'j z-^h-'t -ft- p^> To ji-. ^tc. b-J o -Jf •<> To sprinkle (tobacco) with. olia^ljl Jt\ ° river: ^ A Frankincense. ^ Steamer. a— To inject its (venom snake). week). Covered with shame. Idle. ^jjk^> —^isv To look steadfastly. Bravo! •^ 'iC 'ruj^rt Aspersion. The Atlantic Ocean.. hollow.. c^. iJ ^.. thurible. To have a foul breath. C)jij»tj J ojj^. A (!*>.ifji t_i To approve.. •rC'k^^j — vjp^ij J <tVis. _. A ^ a jkJ »• -« To cause damage Aj CiJ a ^^4 Lake. himself ^>C about what concerns him not. gift. To scatter a jU-4 -tt- ..). fit. a.^^!) ^i^Jl ranean sea. _r»Q-* Xj*^^ Province of Arabia. out the Happy. th. good chance. ^. To walk in Jil-'f. to a.: the eyelids inverted. ^jil'>. Confusion. To wrong a. a. *iO»^ ° Forbidden.. -^ To Aj 5 CJiJ — To groan (camel). Haven. fy- shame. reprehend O a. Drizzling rain. [^l^^ To slaughter (a sheep). j »^hi'^rr j^'> ^/^i jji-j ^\'ji The i-iver Nile. lucky. -}1- To To 1 sink a well. •^ Course ( of the yeai'. To do mischief o. country. Deficient. Hole.ia: jsjs^') ^i-. ^^j^ o Canicular. "^ < recognize (the right of).>iJ'i JiCh incense.1 To give a gratuity to. to wrong o. luck. -^ To become proud. o. xki j^.'s eye.j P Camels of Bactriana. Basin. put out (the eye of o. J ^j9i> a ^it. To have . th. j Caij a ^k? -^ To have the eyelids fleshy. VJiC a jUi -« a ^itJ To ^I^J To perfume with To perfume one's Foul-breathed. Flint._ ^ s^rsti J>-'. Fish-pond. publicly. ^ ^ii^:'Ps To dig. ci3*r" jiW.. s?j/»'i v-^l^'* Censer. emit vapours. Steamer. oO. j_l!l J^C. <i-j^. Delirium. To perfume with incense. — j\i. fortunate. in his rights. ^ t c'^i-i). Z'J^'i of. efriuvium.j -^ J-p-j ^ oj^^^ -^ ^ ^W? < Deliiious. steamboat.. Low (price).: <> excavate search To put out the eye of. A 5 — u-'-^*^ Sailor. ^ : — Exclamation of praise admiration. ^r ) Jus y^xJ to a. ^Ai-fi-. <• To drizzle. to be incensed.^j^ll _.i' < To prick a. t j^. To cool (heat). Land.iij1 Vapour. l»c»s^" j>^^ The Mediter. self ipj ^ — with ^ Sj.^ltl/J l^i-J To a. i^i^ -fy- ( T \ ) jSf bi-ine. Belonging to the sea. Reprehended.i. Hop-eared and S^-i^ set free (she-camel). eyelet. incense. {^j a^jai^. Wide stepping horse. To snore. o.>jj ii. 0. Tax..To put out a. o. (*. oC'Ua)! J^j Mirage.ij . rr «^-i S-d*. To put eve A jk. dog days. Inter'^sting. bribe. marine. Public reproof. Crisis of (an illness). ^SoisJ -^ -M- To be empty-handed.5. Drizzling rain.li. ^ -Jf Gratuity. pebble. Cyclamen (plant). a ^ii. iTp^J a ^ ^l^} ^J ^ il_ij unemployed. ol^iJ j^l. thurifer.^ To be in a To be delirious. ^i. ^ ^li. To in A ( c^j jsjc of. 5 To commit suicide from grief or passion. o. ) ^. Perfuming with incense.3^ To staain (pot). raving. cKjy^. give friendly advice to. a. ^r^-^ To snore.j s^j'h Depressed place.

His eyes flowed with tears. < To ^ s admit ^^ Sti. Inducement to avarice. Veda. jjJ A jjl To be scattered about. motion forward. -^ 'v^.' V?!. a JiJ -«• .Ai' To fall upon unexpec- 5 \'jj'ji o JS.s "'J^^^. They went away. ^ alS-l t To appropriate. th. it Avarice. {gram. dis- -oiCij J^iC'l l_^i '|!J j. Head-covering. Having jJl To To outrun. from. Spent recklessly. yjS illJ to hasten forward. to jp ^ijj 6. 0. To barter a. Rain before winter. — To remove a. ioj J (». (boy).> desire. ijli Despotism. Small fat camel. Power. Beginner. strength. tSj^" '^j jj parted thighs. |^J o C>J -^ To separate. tedly (accident). escape.. To hurry towards a. To be deprived of CutJ a iJlt c^^ To To create. A beginning. Avaric:ou8. th. run up to.ivUp Oj^^l Full moon. j> IiJ txi To •^ be exalted above lavish. To squander a.-^ \t'jj He ha. '4i.j iiij done it first of all. o. Jl.). a. 0. Jki 8 Jstjl ^ J»-^V^ ji4 He *iljjj h'^'j^ 4 ->' >^. V j' * '*-^\ j »*liyj s'W j one eye. ^jj Jl^— To walk by moonlight. 5 jX~'>\. th. ( I — "^^ To have a face like the full moon Jl. A beginning. Inchoative. th.jJ^. 0. to throw * IIuxj ioJ away. avaricious.>u. One-eyed. freely. '\j^X y»|a_^'l. To use a. jj ^LJ ^ ^|jj ^'A o ^-V . Certainly. A 'taJ'l cut new teeth (child). a iSIoj j sSu^ iG To share a. to remove.. To hasten to do a. To be Jft 3i^i uj !>u. soon. Equal number of fighters.-V* Creator.l -ft- ^ be raised in dignity. Necessarily. ^jj Assuredly. i'ji *cSi(i j -JJ Jji «^j^^ . — To start from a country. th. Disk. To subside (anger). very avaricious. ^^ To make a. a. I wish. 0. (fighters).T ) tjb another.^^. Subject Novice. 0. between. *^' !s?Qj »jJ f'jjj 'jiu» *ii. th. towards a. ^GIj soJj s?. jjcJl. ^ D^o' ^ CiJ Invested with dignity. (with^ 5 (i-lj a a stick). a ^Jj -H.a. to surprise Extensive field. To forestali.: as a novice. th. Preferable. more urgent. to begin with. stinginess. Equal. j\ A 1 JJ a 'ijJ * To create (God). Veil.-*i J^ J»tJ j went back by the same way. i!Cj To rush against o. Earopaan priest. j| 5 — jjj will.»Qj *>^. To give reluctantly to. ^^ 2kJLi. To find a. to surprise a. th. a. Origin. To strike a. j'jul They have persed. -fr To ii. to find out a. Initial.'s self to (alone). Beginning. miserly. »\X1^[ To begin a. large and big. *-*? la the beginning.J0 Flight. -ft- Part of a thing. SCj To apply o.-iJ — To •^ begin a. with avarice. o. a Early. similar. ^ To make <> to begin. prodigahty. temple of idols. o. Battle. To run up to. Scattered.>>3 To charge a.. th. avaiicious of. Stout. before *~ . '^?^ « ^^ llcl>J B-gun. principle. fight. laj'l-^ primordial.stiugy. Idol. I'aised to dignity.jS — V "^ ^ Lavishness. I s?^>ii>*>* ) s^r'i. o To become a — Js^J^i^'^J J>Q jk. *ii. novice. ^jJ with. unavoidably. <>• « Jcjo J*"^ J&J iiiil> Noviceship. th. •ii. o. s Beginning. To throw away. Want. 1 jj^ ^ jjJ j Advance. J >U. ^ rooj iljJb Silu P Buddha. 5 O'^j SjiV' S^\ To lose no time in. Niggard. Jj * ifj o Ij To scatter. To ripen (fruit). jii^b J^-t^l ^^ Principle.

a heretic lia. JiCi* To strike a. Old (man). stout. Point. o*l J^' :t3lj exchange for. ft' squanderer. Contriver. To receive in ^j fi> Jal7 exchange for another. To be wasted. (pjj a (. for an- AA J!J other. th. squandered. Change. v_.fejJ a pO/ -ttstained with a crime. th. 2J change clothes. with a coat of mail. -^ To Jolj fine To heap up Thrashing (provisions). -^ To *J oj-4 waste. o^! «• i:i. Contriver of a .ojJI 'Js. Lavisher. To be like with dejec.a. o. ^. p-icLaj fJu/> To overtake 5 «^^ j ^'A a eaJ Heresiarch.'^pecially the cj\'jj\^cjjJ trunk). o^.'m Sum Corpulent. Ht of passion. to protect a. receive. noble man. innovation. Bezoar (stone). ^i:>ij (man). JliJj JI4 given or received in exchange. o. ask a. iaJ a poJ -STo produce. exchange N. defiled unexpectedly.* ^orjlj f^\ To excel in doing a. as new. To accost a. To be matchless.oli. Basket. Hastening. floor. to barter. to interchange. . tor. o. Tr ) To crack To To (walnuts). th. theft. a p. fat. Short gown. To have o. ^j A in exchange of another. money eg\iai jjjJj jjj ^ ijjj to 10000 dirhems {about 20 pounds slerlitKj). Creator. -> To have a strange behaviour. stout. of ng. permutation.'-o unequalled. To consider a. 5 — Stoutness. for ^. to surprise. 0. value. Chickens.Voj^ Jla. wastefulness Spendthrift. obesity. To become wealthy. Strange things . Big. To To overtake a.'^C To change To To give in o. Chasuble. extraordinary Body ( e. th. <5laj' New. o. To be ^jj I the author of a heresy.(pya. yij iC P To begin a. Price. To look at a. Rhetoric. j oClo ^ i'jj' Victim ottered in Mecca. another. Reciprocally. Make haste.-*j.> . suddenly (event). ^^ Vaf Jiu^ jj^^j Suit of clothes. 0. Shining in all its splendour (full moon). receive a. in of. to squander (money). Jjjj Jlu jij Apposition {gram). Generous. th. New doctrine. th. LavLshness. by. fi JifJ to permute. Jollll^ To th. Sect. A. Inventor. Sti'ange. jSu' To clothe a. to create a. Invention. Bag that contains it. exchanged. j o'j^Sy^o'A Sleeveless corselet. To find out. ji\j'i ^ s^. To be tion. ^ * JlC ^j Ja.jo'j ^a/ -J^ substitute ^j fi> JjJ1_. To put on To o. SjIjJ sVIjuj :6iLi JiC a exchange for.7 Reciprocal. New water-skin. mutual (agreement). etc. ~ ^ ^jjl fi> pallet To grow big. -^ clothes. o. be changed.jJ as an innova- 2 ^SJ of. th. oJb C fi. Of noble descent Floweriness of style. vIJ o JlJ t'. Heresy.1 ^ JiJ^'j. as strange. J icIaJj ulJ fi> f. Change. Reciprocity. . Old chamois.. j — To exchange employments. new tf- thing. Novelty. Exchange. substitution. . JiCj Vi>C. edge of a sword. ^ 5 «SCj — crawl a cripple. th. ^ To woi-k by turns (workmen). ^ ^_j^ o Jo ?r o?Q -j:i- uproar. of ji\. fight. To grow old. th. elocution. ol>. to find out a new th. JoJ Instead In •fy- To become fat.'s horse jaded.

j/ Egg-plant. ^ liiG. oUiiC jc. Caprice. great. Extempore speakei*. reflecting. for the first i^oJl fi> To *j J pi3 time. To blame.j jllo Extemporaneously. Sjlajj Sjlli/ Va-^' ojivj of ag. endeavour. Jli/ a^iJI Ji' Siji! J ei\JSj b>a/j (iJu' a a/ be decayed. a YSiSij ju' to humiliate a. delivered. o \j{ -Jf self.1 ) qA. wicked. th. decayed. c. ^ jJS Here and there. Xi^Uj jlo' frightened away.-ert. v_) 5 jib (hatred). production without previous notice. To To protect a. self-devotion. Valuable present. Pride. Chess-pawD. oj\JL(j Wastefulness. To be To vie with a. Nomad. bedouins. Prodigality. Bedouin.'j'. o. squanderer. drip (a liquid). P Drink made from the juice of grapes slightly boiled. To appear. Self-possessed. th. Spendthrift. ji' jij^-^'j j^.'. i^i' o \JS -^ Fissure. Chap on the ^jjj ^ ^'j/ obscene language upon. To do a. frighten. to a.sly to. th.yS' To be considerate and Via/ o ^JJ ^ self-possessed.'s self to. Jj. th. or a. temporizer. f To disperse in the horsemen ). <S%j J-4j ^ ^^k from o Clear. Pedestrian. jtiJij . olja/ ^ Slo/ -• give generou. To abuse quarrel. jVl. y-'j^j . ^Si' rr High. ^j J/ <>-j Lamb. th. To ^ ? liG Common word. Surprise. ^j s j^li. ^ jiG j jJS to waste a. Nomadism. To be high. 0. Proud. Generosity.' Worn c^\ji\ Jli/ out. fj-eakish. oUJiC P oif (a skin). De. Ex- eJ-il^j cjIj. haughtiness. s |«li/ Ioj' -H- Generous giver. profligate. the jXH -S- A Jarit To ^\jh'^ To be of a daily use (clothes). To return evil for good. o. fancy. o. \'jj. j'i/j s'iG ipj fiij ^ 'JJj "^V i Devotedness.s- S ^'i\j Extempore speaking. *5-Vf j J-V-? *5i dissolute. . Jorji 'j. To split rub oVj-i a. spent. jl oi:> iliJ Ji ia+ai — Encampment in desert. to ? JiC j Vlf o Ji/ ^ i Nomads. itaJlj liX' * ^ Protector. SjjJ o jJJ -^ — To spread (a doctrine). *i-*-ll ^j Cjj-u without premeditation. ^>-M a <^Jj' ^ To A ojS^ proud. to scatter. evident. worn out. to and fro. Extemporaneous Mi-4 action. I a. r-?l>r fit ^Ki J '^'V fi> To sow. 0. donation. style. intuition.V. Seed.>j lalaJ Extempore. Foul-mouthed. th. To hold an jjf\j . Talkative. r. jj'jj. C-UV >^'^ i(J ^ J^ To devote o. jiCj ^ JJilj P To bestow. to be old. good. Fanciful. to show o. manifest. Beginning. To come forth.^p He did his best.ess. J ^ i\'y' — To be scared. Strenuous exertion. Great talker. Patience. of a daily use. clothes. |aj .sert of nomads. loJ JjJ^J ^ To be e'AjJj t\JJ o '/Si'j a IsSlj Shabby Joflij Jiu* t .'s To live in the desert. unawares. i£\j>. JlJJ'j Ji^i to loathe a. To squander. To manifest j^'-^X •" _>*-4 "^ a. in words. To manifest openly to a. ?- iri' "^ -ii- To fit ^'js a ^. To make a daily use of (clothes). extempoi'ize (a speech). th. Fii-muess. freak. to tame. rent. j. fit. or a. de. Given. o. whimsical. . pursuit of a. skin. To despise. To scatter. Sowing-seed.to lead a nomadic life. To seem.-^' ^^olj To appear. in fastuou. o I J/ ^i^ SjGl7j j\juj jju>i Speudthrift. siji/ '^fi' Of bad morals. a. To subdue. Desert.

-iyjj yj] ^ jifj y j» -fy- Fine feathers on a cock's neck. Aqueduct. To free. a. y ^ i -S- inviolate (oath). More beneficent. To take a. o. Desert. fft> \jj fit Ci'ji (jy a o_. along. '^IMj ^-^' To be truthful (man). ^^7 To cut a. A deep Guitar.(TO) to form out of nothing (Go-l). .{^ Sorrel (yu/a. Jar. Inland. To cleanse (the body from dirt). Cured. freed from. Bhte.sk to be freed fi'om a. J'j. Free. Diploma. imposition. To a. Pious. Good work. lit . to be cleared jj]j from a charge. -> Foreign. Of bad morals. from To be cleared from.r Story told. Not grafted (tree). accepted (woi'k). ii^fj. jQjf' Barbarous.j Oi '-> \jA Ls^i-iV anything. Filial piety. well. Sewer. to mutter.. Base. To j j\. claws. continent. -^ Piivilege. sea. dissolute. Beneficence. guilt. o.*. ^^X^XJ. First night in a month. to clear a. To travel by land. To have mercy on. Exemption.^_. Cure. Innocent. •if- A Pope's bull.'^t. of discharge. j/jY' To make a noise. fi>j Q To create. o. To be stupefied. Exterior. Nubians. exempted. pious. ^^ 'et\'J ^a v'J To recover from (a disease). recovery. 'y\ Ce -^ Justification. Good faith. F. To abstain from. XjJ Sjj'j'j \j. — — To recover. Passport. Continental. th. ?r "^yj. feit (coin). Beneficence. More *. to another. To multiply. %j \{ The herbage Cock.j \y.j i pious. 'jy 'r Kind of spinage. \j^ To be a Isy' a \sj. Orange-tree. Rat. talons. 'J' To keep an oath. To part from o. Last night in a month. Sentence of liberation. Filial piety. To do good o. a cat'from a rat).^."s self.'s parents. s jy To be beneficent towards. To cure a./ o^j'l art. J^ To justify o. ^jJ3-i *ly' '^fy. J'J. Oj^X^^ t external. Ancient Egyptian temple.cjj'Jj cjC \j oI>.). Immunity. j et/yj Ij. gifts upon. <iXiJ. — To obey God. Creature. ^ To do good. to overcome a. Sf|^ Permit. ^ :^ o^u It/ from To bestow bountiful To show filial piety to o. s -y. pious. j jly' To be free. j CjJ Orange. Cured. ^^^ ( y_ Creator (God).itj J^'j -« Ju.^ Savage (animal). filial piety t'/JSVy.oVsVJ < olsJj Ts j['J. \. Out.j a yj> ^ •iy\i Good. bad. Shed. j/J ^ i^U/j y iJj' By land and by Dl. outward.o'j-' "^ Clutches.. <• Deceit. Cured. Berbei's. . barbarian. \y Pipe. -^ To mutter. lyvj^j ^ y'y Noise-maker. To intend ^j j — alms-giving. to his parents. to the desert. 0. hut for hunters. ijjC) — To exceed. inland. To absolve. Freed. To bristle up. to clear a. To be skilful in an White sugar. ^j-lj'y "> -»a I . He cannot distinguish [_. outside. j\Ji Innocence. waste. 5 ^7 To justify. it counter- To deceive. To become just. o. i bc-l th. Franchise. 'J Wheat. "^ First fruits of the tree called iJlj'l. show kindness to. o^i__^j Innocent. Cjyy. stLh J ^ yy Soft gvound. He shows of the land. GCit lAj. To mumble. 'ejVJ.

sorrow). -^ Inn. ^ s3. To be just. of un. expressing a failure to ' Gun. V- To array herself (woman). Siijr' Ague. To enter upon the cold season To weaken a. To be devastated by hail. Ts sorjow.] ^ garment. o. Castle. pain. Weak ^-^J. river of Damascus. i.r cea-se. Easy (life). f^'JAj -riJ. To take the fresh air. Feeling cold. MailMail-horses. sij G *i-it oti^ ijbl go wide of the mark.''^\^ i\'j. o. <) Slower. spent (time). to %.To be dull (man). Tower. to alleviate (pain.'^ *^ iV>* To be cold. slowness. ^ *>_/ ^\y A porous S^G' *j: w -*iy. *il^jr To become irritated with. ^j ^*y To exceed (in praise or blame). th.CJ'j ^j. To find a. Coldness. of the stars. th. ^ijl i^ To cool. Sleep. Coolness. A streaky garment. Distance of twelve miles. ip G-l^ o ^'j. intermittent iexewifij. Curtain. To send off a (messenger).>Jk*1 To subdue. a> jj ^ Target put on the . l2>Jt' o ^J -^ . ?rj. o yj:j cool (ardour). -T-jXy. To fuj s 6. earthen cooler. Misfortunes. -r/~rit »tij. cold. to chill a. Jj VI '*»j. •^ To confirm a claim. To ascend (stars). Root of the mandrake. Past. File. ^^»rj ^ cr^'J P Heap of stones. th. (illness). ijjC Ts becoming word. cool. To be cooled. Indigestion. ^^' Desert plain. Eager desire. To honour a. Slow. coUyrium. Gunpowder. Hail.^' ^^' -S- Leopard. Cooling. Papyrus.C T"\ ) ^X have good fare. Lli ^J^ (i.VJt Strong wind. ^jCj Man-of-war. -^DuU. ^jC *»j. courier.'}. r -rjA Crossing on the left r^ijij -rij'} ~ side (beast). th. day before yesterday. Messenger. th.^1 ^ !r «. Libei'al (man).j'\ bruise the (head or back). Colder. courier.ijjt "^ ^'J. ijCj point of a spear. Morning and evening. Coldness. Coldness. cjd'^ To |S//j DJ. J^ The ijb Messenger. ^^| ^ 'Va-^r ^ ^_^1 A streaky woollen garment. -^j -\3. Signs of the Zodiac.' Jj* j^j' j^'^^ ^jj(> •> •J^j/ji -k Inter]. (a ^'j. . A Finger-joints. Cold. Wonderful thing. To file (iron).QJ' post.\:^y ^ ^_/ij ^(^Jl ^ ^y ^ : .^ ^ -8- leave. cUj'i To come over the left side j^sl^^W o ^j? (game). a^vp! Yesterday. oli^Vlj " d\:>\ri\ i>'j_ place). To He I ^y ^ cr-i?-^' <ii. Filings. N. "i'^i'A ^ <>• Easy booty. Barada. Streaky cloth ^y^j i. a ^_.j'_^ li Hail-stone. act slowly. Fit. 'j. tt^v -r -xj. musket. (argument). i)>iiVl ^j^ Able sailor.ain). To be soothed ([. fare well. by the course ^j' '-Tf'y.j ^\'j. Nitre.rjj b «!/ ^ To augur a. o. ^j^ a'^jj. *d. Jupiter (planet). ^i ^ To afflict. i>J?-^l ^'j Cold. ^'Ji\ To please. ^ ^'j\ Evil. coolness.tj i . — To abandon (a place). Refreshment. . iV/ A cooling eye-water. Having beautiful eyes. unquestionable (right). To appear. To show coldness to if. To cool the A ip \ij_ — To a ^^' -S- eyes with collyi-ium »}J_. to ti'ouble a. o To build a tower. do not cease doing it.l>!' ^r *^j Q To serve up a coo'. Sun. : «i_>.ing drink. To ^ i^'j o ijr' soothe.^' Choice part of a. Paper-rush. To is still rich.

->. Captivi*^^y. Lively. {j/j \j'j jjf Parish. th. . and showCiU. To To To carve (meat).sh a (book).y'\j j. j^j] To pubU. lash feel a.'J ^ '\^'j j.' J'jf ^ < speckled. strike a. ^^^ J (land). To pare { _^j ja^ ) fi> J-Jf (cheese). j»U. To be variegatecl. Sandy. wafer.^i^J i^lJiJt' be polished.. 0. Silk. ^]^ oCj— suck in (water). Champion. Cloth put under a pack-saddle. jug. Isthmus. to show io a jj. fulljl jXj:' Gleammg. publish. with pleurisy 5 ^'j_ -ii- Cooled.(J^r leper. o. To take little of a a J^y^ih J^jv thing. To To To To be leprous. polisher. coloured. blush. ijj\f (God). Appearance j/J broad daylight. jjl^sj " Human excrement. j\y jj C t/'^'Vt Cropped by cattle \^y' ja'J\ Coming forth. jJJ:' ^ To be framed ( picture ). Ps '/^ -ft- To overcome. Clover.> To To afflict a.^ child. Pleuritic.sy. j\^ Fight. Spot on the skin. iiVj J^'J J. Frame. ^ ^ jlt'b j^' horse). or to take little by little. leprous. To put a frame to. barren ground.self to. '^^ Partly J. l-arge field. To (decree). ^u)| j — To take the field s \j\y. Duel. egress.^' in ^ j^j'j. Varnish. ^j\'J sprouts (plant).j — Rasp (for cheese). Motley. th. C»y a shave (the head). Jade. Pack-saddle maker. Pure gol d. o^'J. cJ-Ji^ J'^ zSy. to give a a. c_< with. spotted.'J_ A ^y ^'j ^ . A ^j>.''^ To progress in science. dappled. To appear. j*J ^ secure the flight (of his a jj'( : gi'ief. ( Brush. -^ Pleurisy. Projecting. xJ. To To To j& SJO' o jjf' surpass.^ f gloss to To civilize. Filed. jy\j To raise a contest (champions). j ajji^ jjC against. . ^'J] OI out. tf- Brush./j'Jj ^'j'J ^ -ft- To produce the first j^'^ \j j^y shoots of plants (soil). o. \ (God). A kind of dates. To fight a duel. Lepro. a — To go out for a natural want.iQ ^ iti^'j ^ii'^'j P asses. jj^ ^ To a small Ci»y o J^'y give a part of. SJjV'j jlSi Gecko. too. Ij. oVy'j j'^jf Te Pack-saddle for f. 5 — outrun. ^J -»• fn \js''J. To gush out stream. o.ij "^S^' ^ Hackney.sh -^ "^ Polish of a.o. to get ahead horse). fighter. To rider Sharp-sighted. plj^ j z i. Glosser.«— Ir? To To polish. Trefoil. To set off. to bring out. The moon. Opium-paste for smoking. Lock of cotton.^J{ Ci^a CiJ. ) kL'A" -^ Boiled soft (egg). -ft- To send forth ^j'J o — Interstice. P -ft- To appear. civilized. Host. also. iJj a ^^J. sillier from pleurisy. ij A ^'ij a. i/iOO ^A/ Pitcher. Diocese. J^y a JjJ^'jt « J^Kfi Likewise. To grown youth. jjij Going in To with leprosy ^\'ji 5 ^'J. To act harshly towards (a debtor). fini. Trumpeter. to excel. ^ j. wafer. ^. beget a leprou.'s . u^Q issue w o'j'iy. its first -fi- sf/i-ril ' v^ ^J JX ^ Te ^ ^j'y Ci/j'jy.[_^j •<>• *i-il? jS-j'. ^^y.

Nitre. 0.To be thunderstruck. J'J] To threaten.'j JjS^^ ^ J'Sy Silk garment embroidered Jlnf-ll. j/J ^ j'y ig'^r < Lumbago.'-{^ Sj'i ^'J . banner. a middleman. equal to one piastre. » ilt'^ Jt^ -HTo be corrupted by presents. Motley. To •& J^XjC ^ j-'^'j! -^ door. j^'Jvi j^'j' * Calyx. r: ^ Purple.[ ( TA) J»X To lighten Cisy^ i^jjj CS^ o jy ^ (sky). Ji^jj - J\'Ajo TS Ts i" p To be Flea. as a free gift.'S^-i Excellent. To To get the mastery surpass a. To flash (lightning). Gimlet. Ewer. Water-jug. fright. J^'jyj u^l^/ ^ . {y^' a 15^' To undertake a long journey. Silver coin.^'j' ^ To become swollen ^Lj^j'Ij j. <K Kettle. To become vei'dant (land). [/(J. Bright. Jij. beauty). To be restless. window-sill. Hard soil. to 5 o pjj' a Wearing a mixture of white and black.\. Jl'Jv Present. distinguished. Brightness.Q. To bribe a. unbidden. scarlet. To ascend a hill). Hard ground. Flag. to fret *iL'lr'^l»'V -tf- about. little Gnat._^y"j. flashed upon by hght- JjcJ. Oozing (water). Borak ( a fantastical horse To give a. Flag-bearer. ^ '^ \i5v jl ^s-'^'c'j' iJS'ji* mentionned in the Coran) Cowardly (man). Ram. To bud (plant). flower-cup. To be dark. Large-lipped. Crushed wheat. Screw. plum. perfection.^'j^i — with anger. Brightness. Country. A gnat. disorder. To hire (a beast) to. First shoot of a plant. tli. Brilliancy. To paint (her face: woman). villages 'J: J. to gleam jj. Calf. o. obscure (night). Confusion. (woman). dazzled. Lightning. jaj iJj (blade). ]j ^^Jij i^'jf — ~ 1^'J jaj. To be variegated (land). To ascend (star). J=>yj\j Dread. To To glitter. Oblongjj^iy ^ J-%^' stone. attii-e herself Squanderer. Chaffinch (bird). I j remote from water. Light. He has done so (knowledge. To paint in various colours. To cheer up (man). Shrimp. v5_. To be a broker.9jl Cj'fi'ji To take flight. Threshold of a J^'jt •• To be astounded. cUjC. \i\'j[ o pj?' over. full -fy- of fleas. j/y' Daybreak. bribe. Unblown flower-bud. J^y. Apricot. of his own accord. in Ccj^ o ^y -ftexcel in science. Free gift. -'i?'j: J^ji . -^KJ^ ^ ^jy ^. Excellency. ^y^j' Sending forth lightnings (cloud).^ *~»j'. merit. Lightning. Vine-leaves stuffed. J^ji -^ Elephant's trunk.%'j). . J^i' To glare at a. sheep. Small quantity of water. alms. nings (place). merit. To u'. Barren soil. ^. j'y ciy. prawn. j^' To send forth lightnings (cloud). with gold. walk in the direction of lightnings.pj G Giving freely. Beautiful. _. o. To speak confusedly. llj 7^ ^-clJr' Borax.

yy> Twisted (thread). kneel down to bend the iiy >»!j. Tank. Eighth month of the Coptic a'ny'jf Ce year April. inevitable yyj. iij]iij. jjj^i'jtV d^^'j -^j Jh^'j'.. Happy. <• Twist ^l^j j Xr of sweetmeats. Mixed flock of calves and goats. ^j ti'j To stand To make knees. ^ To ramble. Fruit of a kind of acacia called oUac Confirmation of a contract. -^ To . exalted. j. Musket balls. sit. >»Jr' To walk at a phort and quick i^'y pace. To squat in parting the knees. ^^i » ^ Jf ^ {}- veil o. Fresh dates with cream. To manage a.). To go away in looking back. >^^J?' Ts : ^ 'ii=''y. to weary a. ^'J>. woven (rope). ^ yyy.) u J tiy Spoke of a. bless.'t ^r "^'J. Tui'n. To congratulate a. unsteady. circuit. shots). Fickle.^j — To apply o. to lie down. cAi=>'J.^ Seventh month of the Coptic ol^J^J Ce year : March..' ^ i\} ( doom. lt'J. ^j C>. ^ji^ ^ ^'j. To be annoyed. j'\j[j j^^J Vestment made of silk and linen. j^} tp"i^ J-^'y o ii'J -a- Blunderbuss. rJ'U'j P Abundant. round. to invoke js. Feast at the close yjy •<> of Ramadan. Boldei-. Upper part of the chest. Cask. y'lgil. to prowl about. lie. Bodkin. ^ Burnoose.'s self to.'iji'j -^ wheel. ^ 6'J^\ Herd of camels kneeli^/j.^j _. cyVjG j uyjy. o. G Confirmed (contract. pond. rounded. icj j — To bode well of. Cork^iV-J "^ '-'^-J To j\ iijC benediction upon. to dwell iu. with. puddle. th. o^^'j. To speak at random. fy- firm. To ma- ^ ^J^'1 To To To To veil the face with.r^ y/Sy Wound. -L^ j To look for blessing.»' grinding. Abundance. Way Pi'ice of kneeling (of camels). Gimlet. (horse). rope. iJ^Cv May God be blessed and J\j5j ^\ ij\J.' Upper-cloak. A stone pot. I To twist a A j. -^ . if^: Happier. To fiiU on the knees (came]). well ma/JiS^ naged. o a at. ^'J\-> Volcano. weary . __. Rope-weaver. Spindle. (io\j\Jj (^j'j: kneel (camel). iu words. ^'J\ iJ>yi iJjV-/" iJ_. To compel (a camel) to knee!. miller's fee. j i'J{]\ To attack the honour of a. o.j'\ To catch a. To be exalted. Compasse?. to ask God's blessing on. to feel pain or a.sheet. th. AS. -r "^'j. Twisted. . . ( T ^ ) iJa To To on the foi'o-lega "iiSjl. !>• Kneeling-place for camels. -r d^j. th.j 'ij /Jj (a'J o /j. sorrow To strengthen uage well at. I Ineluctable fate. Barrel. Blessed.^j>. Pool. o. To be twisted. I ing. Lace. Balance-. y^S^\ — To fall on the back (man). crape. successfully. To delight in. s j. screw. rise fall ^ Finch. slothful. feed on various food (camel). Twisted cord. j ti'J] To bode well of. Miller.. iJ^. To JJl^tj fit >_y. Budget. j\ J iJ^r j j _. for "^^jK iS^Ji 6\'^\3 ii'S ^ l&i^ ^jj(. ^ ^In-^i ^'J.\j -ijj . woven as a I'ope. To be blessed ^ i j'xj by. drill. Bairam.i]j . To annoy.'s face ^ A'-fi-^ ^\'y "^eil. j. Cowardly. jJiVjy^ -tj- on the buttocks. Mixed army of Arabs and Persians. prosperous (crops). for good luck. ^'j To scatter a. Weariness.\y String. To bless.^isCi\ J jlit — To be stj-engthened. Worm-screw ( for extracting Eve (of a feast). \ Blessing. o. peace).

^*y_ Argument. To imitate To vie with s jjb a. th.!.yj. noose. Bulky. ^ To seed plant). To strip a. jj.i ~ men. ^J^' 1 A IjJT jj_ ^ To sow (seeds). jfc jj' Jj: ^^j' ^ Spices. To put a rings i5^1j ^l^j \'jJo \'J ^ in uj Aj S ^'j' a camel's nostril. ^i -U-lf ^-JJi Having a hollow back and a prominent chest. a reed. of. in merits. — ^ {hulec). t Sjr' a camel's nostril. seasoning. To boast of. *i»^^! 'U-I)) Breast. To vie with a. o. A seed. Ring. To season (food. A^j H-t^-i "iSir^j XXJ. (silk-moth. Bazaar.JJ- (his clothes). Cut (reed. j/J jKiy o ^jT js. fit j^\ j'jf tl'j. an office. To season Seeds. arras. small earthenware |Jj' ^ .r To prove a. oIjO'^ w jO^ ^^ oiTj j b To ravish. CU^j' Gb.'_^ . :sj'J To dress (wood). ^ ^^j' by strong * ^&j' a. 'ClJ^' -Cuj/ icV^' S -ft- Weapons. to alioi'd o^ 1 — arguments. To in i : wear out. Shape. j. to cut a. Proof.ir>l?' To incite a. -^ with Silkworms' (food) spices. Ring placed 5^'jCj To retire fi'om ( business).' Plant or diy fruit seeds. To walk quickly._* \'J_ j|_ ^jr ^ -fr -ft- ^ Brahmin. *i_>i'. to plunder a. . 'ij s ^t'l^ vessel. Seedsman. Rubbish. Beetle. J^^K To offer o. 0. To J jy\:[ ( oppose. o. a — in the pot). Well-tempered (man). To withhold a. To cut ( a pen). j. by .j> j U' !?' -ft- Ps take away a.i '•^'j: Strong and faint-hearted. Splinter. figure. ?rjV:^ a ^j. ringlet used as an ornament by women.^/ a o_. ^3 full C'l z<->-jJj:"^ 9- ~ "^ To be covered with dust. J or a. ^ — To prove a. To embellish a. freshness. to adorn. Dirt of the head. o. '^ a pipe). Pen-knife. To assume the manners of a hollow-backed man. To overcome a. teat. To A (/J cS^ -ftmake ( an arrow ). To have a hollow ^3?j1j ^'S back and a prominent chest. nipple. To lay eggs fj' i ( ^Jj cJCji j'S.i 'o'y. Zjjj To trim. j\j.'s services for.^3^^ To be cut pen). chip. dust. tfjr'l To compete for a price. . To amplify ( a subject). — To A wrap o. a. 0. o*S^' o*'-^' -r- To submit to. o. (r to over» • > J: To get come the better a. bargain. < Dealer in silkworms' eggs. To exhaust (a beast journey). jjjj i^lj jJ j ' Bonnet. Sjljj To be in recovery. jjy.' Earth. linen trade. Cloth business. Petty trader. jl^ (of yCy^ ^ j^ ^ 'j' Hat. Rubbish. To constrain a. o. J ^jC J . with (a stick). locust).j j'Jy j3v» Di'awiug-knife. People. cMj. To strike a. Walking quickly. o. To strew (seed). »A*J •^ Full of seeds (plant). Cloth-merchant. against. to 4» iS'j. To look steadfastly at. fresh i»3*^ (woman). pen). Bulk. of Month-piece Cloth. in.. linen. 0. th. of *djX Retail seedsman. — *— » Long space time. -S- feats of dexterity. To perform a work J jj' skillfully. o. o. o.' To argue against To be proved. th. o^^^'j'. maUet of dyers. Dates of good quaUty. th. th. Cutting of a pen. th. of Cj\»'j:j a'J. •pr^^'S.'s self in a bur-j i^jf To rob. e^^ jl^. IS^ '^X . it * ^y -S- arguraents.

o. waste Tooth gi'owing. o i yjj -S-fy- (with the teeth). ^\'y Snail. ^J. xixlj ^ oili < To split a.sk. f.sji To rise ( sun ).. th. To call (goats) to uj ^1 l^ Spittoon.|jjj ^ jj \ To breasted. To be broached. Garden.<liJlj _^lij sonably). To be kind. To crumble a.t>J! 9fi> To collect. ^5 Small quantity of food. Lancet. • water or (a she-camel) to milk her. dish made of ZIji—3 To shed (blood). z:. » -^y' sr and oil). To cheer a. To become accustomed.j|j. ^15 -«it is of wine). : blood).> j.h SSwi — fi^ Enough. o — To broach (a cask J^. oj.'j ^_y' Unbecoming (young man ).Uli To bear (a burden. . th. .f. th. i-j}'y. Cat. Slug. o. Hole made in a aa ine-ca. f. unseaa . To become cross to wear a \jj~i ~ .* CSjJ o JjJ -tt- Spittle. away frona. o. To do (a. She-camel who does not yield to be milked.C)l : ^— s fi> — Spade (cards)r " i:>»i' ^j~L} •• fi> tune. To be Haughtiness. Candid. -^ Jj. cnjllj ^ ot-lj P Gardener. ^^ji frowning look.>J ^ scarify (cupper). — To 5 scarify (a beast (star). out of time. . 2^ — "" above To subdue. Kitten. To befall a. th. out of season. Hollow-backed and broad. Necklace. -^y^ Sunrise.\L^ ^ . saliva. th. a yJ]j ) ^ — band. ^jj> To spit. A single word.VJ tr unseasonably. used to broach casks. Sy. Buckle. To be split. utter a word.— be hollow-backed 'jj a i/jJj o and broad-breasted. (tooth).\j. ^ Sy.^ To cut its first teeth (camelj. To <i.iyX^ ^ijf -^ 1 To become proud.Jj Great misfortune. Fruit-garden.Vjj. To approach to maturity (dates).st JQ' Jq' To flow (water). To make httle To catch Water-filter. Copper basin. misfor*>»j. Experienced man. equal. J3jjlj SS<> To ooze (from a skin. o i. Trifles. puss. — — . a. o. ojj o • P ijjj \j> -H- To become cold (day). pussey. hold of jp C»j. .«Ijj>_. Ascending To send a spj after a. To drive on gently »Q' Jji 5 gracious. fi. jJ'Ciljj j>^^l^ -^j 'J._^lj ^ ^jL'i she-camel. To mix ( dates ). ( To equal. LJ o . strainer. Cutting its Jli'j Sj!i JjXjJ Di'ill fir. To look giacious. ingenuous. of (his clothes).iSy. to a (country). lock. To say ( ^J ) enough. Foster-brother.^jCl . o. Drill. ^^ClJI C/U>_^ >V ji' ' Mace. ^ . To I'eject.) To strip a.« ^ — J * — J fit *^j>. *l^«j Name of a celebrated . the body milk. ^^G j yj a. ir-i-4 Flour mixed with butter or oil. to tap it. Desert. enough. Jjl. Equivalent. To be raomen. To (^'j o^) -i^ make a. To prepare a (flour (a she-cainel).jj'j (ij. well XtQ' o f1): -tteducated (young man). clasp. teeth (camel). *J3l. to overcome ^^ Frowning (face). o. To speak.\j. To drive a.jij tous. o.n-*-' To do a. idle woi-ds. th. farrier). Leaf rolled up to be used as a ^. to raise a. To be benumbed (foot). ti-emendous (evil). •(f- To anticipate. To send off a. o. till she is called.\:i3 ^ To become ^ \i3j UjLj ^iSr'iJ a 115 « famiUar with. ^ j. o....Ij j.'s self Jp ^s'y. th. ^Iw u-jQ t ^V-'i T djM i.'S * — ^j . To grow . To of a.

in a bottle. To rush to J^-^l jJJ certain death (in a battle). Simplicity: ingenuousness. th. Goodly yellow err j^i. ^ *^^. be at ease.i stretch ing along. To devote o. hemorrhoids. cloth. oi— . Constituents of a iaJllIll body.o'X^ To spread a carpet. 'iklJ ^ ia--J ^ Simple. anathema. '>-^ Wine remaining The Peas. To prefer a. -^ To be fcj J. J'. to lay down o. courageous.^b *^jij iL. To be fine. n — Piles. To stretch the arm. Po. Tree with.'s self. iCjS\ 1 *^jj. Cross. To be frank.')Jluj '*£\l3j (jji & J^. LLIjIj Smiling. Joy. a>j s jLj] To iinathematize a. To be weakened (vinegar). fi> hljii{ W -^ \ j J^JJ oj him I Fine-bodied. ( ti-ee ). To enterTo brighten up. open (man). ' i Mouth. A (female). o. the terrestrial JaJ L_j ^ *i»c— surface. generous. to be at ease with. o. Lion. Whose milk flows prematurely j^Lj Fresh ( fruit ). mail. Simples. fi> U'j (clothes. CijU o jIj To obtain superiority over. Plough-share.st-oflice. Permitted or forbidden things. To To To assu. th.?j j>^j jrr-h^J j^-r-^.^ self to death.j ^ si^tjl Jas—. 0.u Simple. to give a. '^sx^'C. lofty branches. JCil^j JJJ Courage. Workmen's tools. Earth. — G I ^ JsLli Gallant. J^ ifcllj 2J ~ o JaiJ To To unfold ( a mat). To enliven. Misfortune. ia. -n-l^ ^ j>^Ij Hemorrhoidal Has. To self. not compound. Lion. in good health. to forbid. the arms in ly- Jallil. ^'\ — o-r-'^J ^13 -^ comfortable. entertainment. cross. To stink (meat). j-l>^ -r *^^ white cloud. ?- JalJ Lion. To make the : in the Ji-J -Ssign of the Area.ne a severe. cheerfulness. a carpet).jj>. To prohibit a. . heroism. Open hand. ^^"o3 to Jerri J iJ J—? >L. gallant. J— basilic vein (in the arm). lofty fruit. To grow longer (day). To become sour and V^lJj !A1j o JIj strong.^^ off . face danger. courageous jLii mien. To draw ( a sword). CjlIj jl3 -«To be lofty (palm-tree). j-eceive with a smihng JaJ'i. Capacity. smiling air. o. u — To put off a. To stretch o. th.. (carpet). To have a cheerful. a frightful appearance. V^J o JIj ? >Lj o jIj To anathematize a.'s o>iil ilij JlSJ'j — To be spread. (wine).) To smile. guileless. Invocation of the name of God.looking. unfold Jal^^'j ^-]. to.'s life. :dalj jk ial3 Prohibition . D Mouth-piece.^t>. ^11a. h'. as a ^ s— pledge to a. ^ CklS o Jalj -fr To widen to dilate. Extent. au_l Brave.. . To offer.'s tain o. LCyX Extending. Elements. ^\^'eU J. To have a Smile. To spread face. To assume a severe look. Stretched. brave. n A piece of sLjJ Landing place of a stair- case. Embracing. Very large carpet.J J J Tall. ) J--) Noble-minded. -^lloj Jlij Jl5 ^ J-w. o. to cheer up. Glad.j da-1^ Is Dilated. Dates beginning to ripen.. meek. Spittle.-«uS xii-lj ^ ^„ ^ To say of name God. ^LJ o jL'i -HTo be gallant. it>'L_j •<> openness. gracious. To be simple. smiling face. ^. To spit. Open-handed. medicinal plants. or a. kind. gallantry.

a. ugly. Human. To walk quickly. Pe diUj Ts To trouble a.i ^j J-y^j To iciJ -ft- Smiling. with a (stick).{ Buzzard. c^^^l I To smile to a.?enger. Preacher. To do amiss. To know (a woman). To lie. unsightly. entangle (a bu. jLLJj *Iiio -^ Epidermis. S- Ward-i'obe. Ugly. to another. To ^^ » ^Jj •> disfigure a. joyfully. o. o. Good news. perplexity. th. j fl^ -^ ^'sjj[ To find (a place) to be imfi> the bark. To rivet. To be busied about a. light. to peel a. <_) 5 _^i. a To cause an indigestion to a. deformed "To have a foul bi-eath (pers. < To draw a good omen. Man. th._. To set to work. Announcer of good news. -»i44:)l ^^ -^ < The Angelus. to disparage. th. th. Liar.'. to if. th. s — To rejoice at a. To a J4j j i jIj -^ a. the Gospel. to clinch (a nail).stitch (clothes). Present received by a messenger of good news.JS-f^^ ^ ^feui) Silver coin of 5 piastres. other. . Day-break. jl >_» JUm -> Obstruction. to wel- . To blacken character. To commit abominable deeds. o. Having . Entangled in an Different. I hideous. <i.. th. ^'^b jUjI — To find a.lU Balsam of Mecca.i5 a . to botch To extemporize a. To give a bad taste to. J intricacy. Good news.^ -}^ Good tidings.jililj Unpalatable (dish). -tf- Evangelist. come a. First . Lady-day. thes). ^IJ^ Indigestion. o. •</ To preach. o. cheerfid countenance. th. o. affair. To be entangled in.i j — J.) J \ll\\ «^^ Jli4" . comfortable.^j^_ a foul breath (pers. o. ^5 •<>• Gospel. To tear off (clostrike 2f o ^ yyS" Csll To rejoice at a. meekness Kind. rejoice in hearing (good yilXi.Gospel.r* good tidings. be distasteful XpIIj j C^Ij a . sparrow-hawk Zik'\ news). Case. o. Beginning of a thing. iisiij Ts 5 or a. Disgust. jij To To bark. ^sy^ SjVIj Fine-looking appearance. men. a. To take off ^ \'jc3 o ^ To grate.Vij j CjVj^h ^ SjlL ojliJ Towel. Unpleasing word. Mes. _^) Ts Joyful countenance.siness). To devour i * the crops (locusts). th. ^1 . <>• Kindness. Exterior shape (human).'s face (news 5 >iil To communicate good news ^b _jl . To . deformed. * ^^ ^\ ij ^_. Bad taste th. . ii '. closet for clothes. ^ a _r4J J j''A To bring good ^ 5 >LLllj ^iJ news to a. To be ugly. coffer. iWsJ i o dXlj -^ Ljifedl — Good news. ). To undertake plants ^ JW jLj\ a.^tion. Preaching of vh-I^ ge. Good news. s3llj To suffer from ^ u. gleam of dawn- r^ia)! To become covered with (land). < indi- Buttei-fly. (of a dish). To peel. The musical instruments ^ ^^4. o. to practice (an art). frightful. perplexed.s Face.) (rr have conveyed Fiu3 features.Ci s ^^ I (food).jji. _^ \ To enUven a. o '^^ To dash and smash a. To show regard.). th. o. Deformity. mankind. Mankind. To feel disgust at. (food).

To carve (meat). Proof.'a[j To be To thin- Z^ij^'u 'z^\^_ a i ^j -J^f- skinned. j>f:A>\ To To spit. To ja'iSj consider. a. th. Acuteness. to a. Watch. to see. j-'a^ <• [ Seeing. to pick up a.i. C24j Te Ninth month of the Coptic „ii5 Ce year May. th. Evident proof.J-if «of his clothes. court. Understanding. z^\^. Piercing (eye. jLiJ ^ Burning -^ coal. Onion. a . to To Ca^jj 0. J.^j/i To stamp. To contend with a. Distance between the ring and the little finger. tojj Cau-ai i ^J -S: .. perspicacity. »>j s j^'Jj J. ^ To purcha. look ). S>alj trative thing.i. As far as the eye can Sour mUk. Stupid.'i unavenged. ^^jJ^ -^ To shine. To ooze (water).iC To explain to a. CtiJ o j. Caution. To pinch (the chords of a lyi'e). to soothsay. th tj^: ^ His blood is still l^i^ \y}^ . 5 ^. <li. ..To on a. to search ^ A kind Wild of small onion. To collect debts from O* To observe attentively. al^j. ^ jypi jialJ' Kind of ligent. ^ ^To open the eyes (M'help). 0. _^ perceive leak.a. ready money. Consideration. Compact To print cloth. jU)l j. Intelligence. o. to gleam. ^ ^_^i. lote. ^ To ooze (water). glaring light. To sight. ^^dl ^. uiJ To gather. ^'-^j To (dog). see. o^j •• Print made on cloth. Soft and whitish stone. cidate a. To understand (a speech). Stamp. th. understand a. To understand a. a . To make a. spittle.ij Ts To take off the property \y^ o LiJ (clothes). . Shallot.j ja^> Uselessness of a. Thin-skinned.^. Perspicacity.ij jjio ^yi^j To wag the tail for. ^: ^ to lance. a bulb.^r Colt. A kind of water-lily. th.^\ 'lii. Spy.^ ^ f. th. to strip a debtor of his posses- if- sion.C^. I'eflection. ^ail x>-j j. th.se goods . Perspicacious. an onion.( rt ! j ) ^o.ojj llria^ a ^ajj o Thick (manl. a JoIj Brightness. fi> ^jj . to observe reflect To give scantily to a.. clear- To split a. in sharpness of sight.. a ^oJ 4> ^ — Cash. Sorcerer. a'j^rj I Diviner. o. ^'t^. ^^^ yoA . observe. reach.^. ooze. j^J strip a. To ^^^ show first signs of verdure (soil). -tf More clear-sighted. th. To investigate a hidden th To reflect on a. shining. Small quantity of water. or ^y ^ demonsPerhaps.ij onion. Gjiu A — To know a (woman). M'jai*y a. j. To by questions. Intel- -\'j^. To divine. o. sj^i. Perspiration. ^J ^^^ ^/-Ai -^ j^ctl -H- -{:}- Apple of the eye..^ai. ^-^a^. Bright. Eye. To open the •lo t_j eyes (whelp).. little by little. . th. Seeing. To open the eyes (whelp). —^7 a Clay mixed with pebbles ^i elu- Basrah (town). ^ Any sight-giving. Saliva.. spark. th. t_)j fi> . C. a (tree) of its bai'k.i' I To flow. o (a ^5 ^iaJl speech) To deliver goods to. ojl. To give a. millet. o. A 6 j>ai -?}- of . Eye. s.. Sight.

•(>- i»lL j J»^. 3j}^. seme days. th. th. few. of a patriarch. to be slow. th. butterfly. To tumble -r^^K ^u: down. o. Man in the strength. m. th. o. vigorous. bit.h.\.L. o. * t^i.) A kind Laying of pleurisy. jilJl xki *J»Cjs Drill. Cij fit o ^i».3 Depressed. th. Tall (man). To fatigue a. 5 UaliJ-t Slowness. To render a. ^-?u5l» fi> To cut To run Soul. To under.'AWij •<>• . battery. Courage. violence. Dignity. Female •r. — have a To caw (duck). '^feQ--' To General of christian army. 'li>Ji *\i4 s^i^ sr To injure (the head. To be shoed (horse). To recover (from fever ). b to i — -«- .i»I--"b i«^' valley (torrent). Patriarch. To cut open a.lAj rd>j\ 1 to practice trade. Partner. Large bed of a torrent. th. o. flat ''tS^i -r^. ^j CiiJ o To overwhelm a. ^ _^j V Si Termagant Foul-tongued woman! Deck of a ship. Small number.' -^ Ear ^5 Ctj o 'iaj -ft- value (a gi*ace). S. Divorce. '\^ Shoed (horse). Patrician. flatten A uJaJ a ^^.\ ^mJin Dowry. th. detain a. j. *^!j ••Jajj 'li»i -ja^ \lailJl Roe. ' <L. tardy. Ducks : a duck. 1 To carry on Piece. is -ft- To practice farriery To shoe (animals). il^L. Veterinary medicine.. To i i. later._.^ Melon. To Lliaj weak judgment (man). cA'm2aJ. Saucily. i ^' . U. l^kj a ^j^i bewildered.lL.a — -Ji- Merchant. insolence. sprightly. business. To be slow in doing a. To contemn (rights). th. delay. th. G To throw a.r *^-. To incise a. skin).j «• 'Sxj^_ . of corn. J^Zi walk slowly. J WCJ^ \Lj To find a. ^^f ^^(ji ^j. Knife. ^^j J^. begin a struggle with. Patriarchate. J Jai s ^ -Jal* Potato. »'^k\ci surgeon.LlJ To spread (torrent). To procrastinate.. ^IjLj -^ C'S Slower. Slow. "JaJ Leather-bottle. merry. Few days. spread. Melon. To dabble. Carelessness. To o. « < To » undertake a. Electrical :/j iL.. flattened.kJ -«- a. Farriery.'X^\j f^ <i»-ir on the ^i. To be sprightly. belly. ^Um^ i^>^3 r^ -r To Uck a. To be seized with malignant fever. stole. ^ cS^i js..»il^j Water-melon.^.^< Gallant. Hot (horse). xr. b a f. .^|^y j '^c-txj^. Goods. stubborn man. Pert. J 5. To be slow. o ^k. Strength. xiiajj f. Uselessly. . 6:^'M Acting slowly. Boisterous. Farrier._. Pumpkin. ^ daj Sprightliness. Xjyi. To abound with melons Stout. To snatch a. jilL. lancet.. To with a. Veterinary .. trader. G his face to down with j^ij ip 5 — the ground.^ of life. Calf of the leg. dissecting-knife. ^j vk. or insolent. (terror). Coll. U»'lL. forcibly. To be ungodly. ^lUaJ i i^^f -a- to seed (corn).-^ melon-bed.^ To spread out in a 9'.ia^. J-j. Poition of the night. wares. o. o. off a. To seize a. Field full t ^ *fUaj of melons. To lance (an abscess). straggler.^lkj . o Vis. vr «.

vL7 gallant. possession. > To busy o. -^ -{5- Ja^/ Ji^Jj b-b.ij. penetrate.JaJcJ. o. Falsehood. Hero. stoppage. contained in a cloud.j iikJl ^ j^h Sole of tlie foot. purse). 0. o. Trifle. to break (an habit). Coui-tiers To be . ^ilJ JLu To have a belly-ache. rest- ilkljjUlslj time. girth. corpulent. to fathom — a. Harsh-tempered. Falsehood. Vanity. Delusive. th. Intimate. Large woollenoCjlla. 0. Thriv-jig (man). ^o^l ^^ ij Interiorly. The Hidden (God). 2 o^iJ Who has lost his lower 4»i1 — ^ -S- be lined ( clothing). i^i Jsj -«- Wizard. ^ Felucca. jllL. -^ To tickle. Water ^. fi> ^^. To strike a. ^^ -fr Ulcer on the shank. t^'W j" L-*jj tljaji To Strap. Billet. Cij To choose a. turpentine-tree. o^i? Slender and thin-bellied. leisure. be fat.oCJa. Card.j . To conceal a. -^ To fall from (a cloud : iCJj Li ^3 rain). ^^J»^ ^S JlW* JtM^. hidden. J=%^^ JliaJl 9- To To tune (a musical a QJ o 'iij -ft Hero. Fat. ^_^. as an »j fi> ^1j ^^ intimate friend. abrogation cancelling. jM <liisj groundlessness. of a oui* ^ Jiaj To bring forth an only ia>U CJaT oUj tllw. j Cnhiiai blanket. about things. . To be big-bellied. Depressed (ground ). ijj s — To be surfeited and disten. th. of no avail. th. A jiaJ b jLj To render a. to cancel (a deed). j 'iiUaj — SiJaJ o JiJ o *JU3j jW Gluttony. Familiars. Jk^. . cr-^^y. to explore a. oll4. than a iLJ The longest part feather. uncircumcised. Interior. Useless. ^^ a Turpentine . Q vessel. leave of absence. continual \^ o Vk/ )^ a ^) fi> -^ Big-lipped.'s designs. gallant man.. ^] tuo p. To send forth spring herbage Furniture.).CLj a ^j ded (belly).j ^j Bravery. jestingly.-i:rvii. Worthless. To be compact in flesh. to engage in the fit — middle of. oCJ* j ^'kj Under-tribe. J^ ^ .\j teeth. trifles. Label. instrument). To To To confide a secret to a. idle (workman). th. Full (bag. on the beUy. c^k/ Feeling a pain in the belly. Gui-gling.''^ -r Vanity. Lining of clothes. jW JiL. (land). To be brave to ^Ji^. Trifler. To be of no avail. To be uncircumcised. -^ To stop work annul. ^ s^U - Vanities. surfeit. To be inside. to be reduced to nothing.. trifles.'s self. Repletion banishes intelligence (proy. To give up. To relate a. ^ sjda. To CJsj j CjiaJ ^^ "^ conceal o. small sailing Jar. To be workless. heroism. worthless. Abolition. behave as a hero. Big-bellied.j *JUaJ Glutton. xii. Idleness. on a feast day.u. To stop. -acorrupted.'s self jLlj To be in quest of vain To be kept as a holiday o>U* j Interior. To strap (a beast). Workless.. To cease. Fluency of speech. To pour down a rain (cloud). _j. 'ji/ "^1 Rescinding. corpulent. The Devil. Ge Belly. '\j Letter.j.oUa) . iikj ^ — Swamp.^ >y jk. vr o^^ (feast). rescission.. To penetrate. smaller ^"Ij o>lu o>W w oi^i ^ ^i To be csUaJj v^. To line (clothing). <>• Holiday. child (woman).

To soak ( the soil a CSuJ a rain). into A jalj lots. to. j^j ^— saijj jSjj uif Sa*'j -uJ ^ — Distance. away. To turn a. Jj'^j -):}- Cause. To flow (water). -^. scattering. laiJj aJJ To send. share. To hasten. ja»>'\ Some. upside do\vn. Full of mosquitoes. ^ iCa^ti. iij'i XiJ Far away. aiJl Farm. jatk) To share. the dead). waker. To overburden a.:: — ^_^. Camel. th. portion. Immediately after. Impulsion. cut off from the body). soon after. distant from. ^>iSCJl) r-'i^'K Large valley. To send a. To sting a. o jl A » o. Cause.to.^^j . To remove to a distance.i — To burst with rain (cloud). to shout. Gnat. Remote. *Jjij Disperser. j i. to divide a. distinction. o.. _. To part from. ^^. fij s aiJ'lj jiJ to take away. To die. Division. to be afar off from.:S perish . certain. * -K^. jj..ollujj j^ijj Mai. To have many mosquitoes. To break out into words.j1j Ci:. To s 0(*'^J>j — ^Aj u raise (the dead). ^i^ ^ To be awake. * a y>S\ * To dent (metallic vessels).i. To -> rip up (the belly). After. impulsive.. To go away from. <• To yell.. 0. tb. tiJ n d-iJ -« or a. to consign a. (Jul) JaJJ Ua. ^'^ Army. one another. any. together. in part. ju. stable for cattle. J\ oi.*j s -i^ Awake. lavisher. verses). "Wariness. th.^3 -it to jumble (things).'1 . Raised. risen. To dung (cattle). ~ To incite a. to J). Ripped open (belly). remote. watcher. remote. To dig (a well). May God . jc['A Army. a aii:~l.\'/. o. : a h^. s ^ — To be distant o.'j To be sent. c^^j c-s-Ijj >: ^^^3 *»lj To palpitate (member^j. Part. To Caij a . To l^eep a. 5 Cai5 a jaij ^ To be troubled by mosquitoes. To throw dung at a. remoteness. To send far away. o. o. cj\ cjjii ^ c^-'tj c^»» ?- Extreme Dung. to wake. fi> Sending.^ cjy^i slniJ w«. as distant. Motive. Each other. < To be dented. To slaughter (a beast). ^.j -^ To be startled. /:). To scatter (people. Easter.. ^ ul oij To awake a. To be raised (from c-^^'l. To exceed in. He is not come yet. off. ^-a-'! Partly. spendthrift. Full of mosquitoes (place). During a certain night. curse him ! .jjl ioiil To go beyond. ^. To quit. Prayers said c-tl^j 0^^*^ ^ on Easter Monday.s lSv«)j slitUi -itlJ To be remote. o (mosquito). ^t aolj jil^j — To consider a. May he H Uj>J be afar off! May he iJ \j. tiJ After compliments (/ begin). 5 d^sj'l To clean the bowels. Mission of a prophet. o. Sent. To dig (the earth). one night. Sender.. tiJ a ^^ To flow (poetry. Jj^'J To upset (furniture) and it ^ _r'u. (m. goods). mosquito.. Dung of hoofed animals. To drive off a.«J Dispersion. parts. To slaughter (a camel).. th.jijjij r-v To be ripped up. a.iii ^ ^ ^^ *2»j Stand. j^ cAi 'J delegat". from a. scatter become emaciated. country-house. jtU.Ji To go ^i \j^j a a«j J laiJ o ^ij -^ away. th. ^^ ju-J Farther. To iV.! After. Between them. destitution. later on. 0. Foreigner. Resurrection. Envoy.

To hate. ioilT assume the manners of people of Bagdad. dislike. abruptly. amazed. kick. rain abunI'j a^ -S! To be hard (body). Surprised. a J«j an unquenchable thirst. Unquenchable (soil). Snorting. jij -ft- Hating. -^To hate. Mule. Fool.i Ija^i "^ hated loathed. of ad. •<> To to flaunt. or finj 5 ja'iA a. js To borrow or a. CuJ To surprise. J-r'b J*r^ To burst. J JilLlI^ Consort. I . rain. Unexpected event. To faU suddenly upon. or land. aJ^SCJJ I Meeting-place. Ju. . oi^ Bagdad ( town ). jf cilj j — c^{ *^ hatred. th. vociferation. Idol. or a.J^. Ts \ Unwatered land or plant. jilj To become the husband of. 'i^ij j> Ju. j To crack (a water-skin. To ally by marriage C*^! Uj2i\ JpJ (tribes). to cause a. Uj To tread a. a fine \iJ3 a w-*i -8- [ Owner. Cloud pouring down an abundant jCJ i"ain. Balbeck ( town). To beget dege5 j1:j . loathsome. dantly. ^^ l^i. ?j a CJ lo be XtbCo a Cp*4^J0 J^. jU only watered by rain. Unexpectedly. c^^ .::Ai. To cut off the extreraities of ij s feJJ o diS>( To j>^ CDI j\ 'pi i ! the body with. Loan. Any innoxious bird. to sti'ike s Iji. strait. sprightliness.. th. Ji5 « ^ y. ' ^ iuJ A lot of people. j To be astonished. JCoj o5U.**•! t}^. loathful. To burst (cloud).' dAci. Heat. a vessel).ySii\ J jiS'ij j^':\j break out into big. Rabble. husband. To pour down rain (clouds). To be surprised to remain . Eager. Suddenly. The god Baal. Odious.j >Jj\^.. to loathe a. quenching its thirst (camel). to detest a. (a horse A Jua-b lij hateful. iSji^. fine rain (soil). To break unexpectedly on. To obey her husband ( wife). -H-Ji- L'm^ijjj. Lord. weary. a A. execrate. to j. a.j:. projection.j^. To cut. To show coldness to. Who To feels To marry. th. muleteer. . a . j^y^^ -^j j^jJ^j ja. To go to Bagdad. To hate one another. Swiftness. forward. th). Libertine. T j'^y.* ji. sprightly. speechless. tHj 'UiJ She-mule. -tt- To be watered by a Fine rain.\^. To walk at ji ^ ji.j J^_ ^ iuJ >i JJJ Channel. high words. o. disgust Detestation. To render a. Mule-driver. Swepingness of water.^_^ Xii^ wooden To commit an offense. a Ji -«nerate children through a misalliance. j Shriek. Jl^ Aj j^t . o. i^iJ a wi-J -«• I To drink without)^ a j4Jj. o. To be stirred (blood). amazed at. who has more jai')\ To happen unexpectedly.i To be slow. Mixture of black and white. the pace of a mule. The -^'>! Bosphorus. Lively. statue. More hateful. beUow. > Spur. o. To be well soaked Shower. ilaijj aloiJ -!^ To pretend to be from Bagdad. with a stick.t. thirst. th. Inteuseness of a. To Juiij JUj be spotted with a i-jj -ft- white and black (sheep). th. Hatred. that is plant. under foot. speechless.. Cij^^ Cii. i'u. tiAlii.

To oppress fully. To hate. To b3 cracked in the middle. a. Bug. To wish. Groaning of a gazelle. To scatter a. >/^-* ^cli Object of desire. to wrong It fit i~i\j i^ o. — -«- Gurgling. ol^iT ^'jy^\ desired). bladder on the skin. th. (^ ji o Co fit -ft- observe. Unjust. ^. to . to desire To request a. prostitute. he must. garrulous a>{^'j jCiJ Green. coveted. — To J^>. To have many children. To sing sweetly.j Ti-espass. ^ fi.'s tribe in the desert. Prattle. talkative. wasteful! j. th. >Uiij 'Gu oCijj ?r-j^^ herd of oxen. -J^ Bundle ( of linen. to Cij a. to * J^ib a ^S ^s. in clothes)._) — — duce. to desire a. Oxen and cows. A oppressor. th. talks. To receive a. To make a display To gather and pack of wealth. A Jali To be full of bugs place).ci. ^ xjj Ts Groaning (gazelle). J C»_^' a j^} ) groan (gazelle).j^ iJj^.J S^'Bodice without sleeves. A children's play. To point out (defects).ol ^^Iaj "ij fit He wants. ialiJ -> Blister. fit J-'Cj must. prattle. . ^^>^\ ^i._. ^ — split. o. Harlot. '•£. To a-J. XsJU. To be corrupted. ip ^1j CSU^j Cu — third or the fourth part of its pro. Request.a CS^J j fs. \ Of no avail. jj^. Leathern shields. ^ j^ To Old furniture. Loquacious. cS> J»J. with a sweet s ^u and agreeable voice. a. learned. Untruth. A ^ i '-Cii^j ZJ^j t\ijj j:. little by A — Gnat. Numerous family. th. o ^ Box-tree.. -^ To have blisters on the hands. To be rich. the bovine kind Bulimia. ^. people. desire a. broad. iii. th. swelling of the hands. o. gossip. ^-To rise in bubbles (boiling water). Cow. a. To migrate. o. (food. is Things coveted.j^jiuj ^J -ft- ^ voiced.jc — — 1}] Ts ^^ treat unjustly. neat-herd.j J^ ):} To gurgle (bottle plunged into •^ water to be filled). CiaiJ o iaJ -^ th. for departure.c!i. jj^j <^^. Wish ( thing jjli'j . <• Bubble. j\m Loquacious. to. jSji Necklace (of pearls). ^'J\ ^. fi> s Parsley. old wares. Injustice. Iniquity. s3j3J Relating to the bull family. to consider a. To be swollen. o. th. Ox-di-iver. To spread (news). If- ( ( : unsound I pour an abundant rain (cloud). fa j|. White cloth. To mix up business). Desired.To scatter goods. little.u. To walk in stooping the head. Stout. ^^'isher. it is convenient. To speak to a. To go at random. To To To swell (wound). th. violent hunger. o j^_ j^~j V*U.2. Place where searched._. Cii' o di/ . To cut open. M^r''-. To settle in a town and leave _^ij' -So. attaining a. Calico. To blot the ink paper)._ . i^' Pe To pour an abun. Sweet. ^b ~ "^ Imprecation May his food be Jail.iai <)• ( r^ \j ) 1 o .swell. covet. To To die. INIisfortune. unripe (fruit). .J J^^^. wish. th. •^ Blister. to request. th. To take information about. of ^^ 'S^' To he. To act wrong. (woman). To farm out (a field) for the * j — To prate about a. ^ o^_ jUJ Earnest desu'e.->^ help a. G daiit rain (cloud). I'equested.

iJ ^ ^i' * 4? stain there. To To wet here and To be spotted. Logwood. Spotted. That CUj ^ j Lmj j'jij very cautious bird. To lose o.iJl (year). store up. Large boat. to be i\ij a. to live. 0. To address a. prince. sm-viving. To have pity on. plain in a hilly country. To look at a. red dye. *ii' d ji^J Ji^J ''^'' . Broad-bean. The remainder. To keep a. Calamity. To remain. . th.>JI aUjj ji»'b 'iJlj' jlijVl iii' sj'jCiJI 'iiilJl To crowd (people).. ^iJj •<>• ^u ^ o>iJ Stain. To search for herbage. ^^[} ^ ji.Is ij^liJ To ill-treat a. Undressed wool. '•^^>. Sj \j Jl3 To allow a. ^^. c^^ kind of almond cake. continuance. ^'i*-^^ ~ Reprover. 0. 0. -^ Tosji&u^ \t^ o 'J^^. :t30 out (plant. . ^\'y ^ :Uilj Keen.^iJj 5. (soil). kept in store.2£i here and there. (misfortune). \ Moi'e lasting. abused by. to continue. Jujlj jirj'b J^" jIIj J_^i' :r J^ lliJ a beast. '<-*>' A Remainder remains. rebuke. Cauliflower. Good works. To become green with plants Mercy ! Spax*e us ! <^\ i. -iJb' green. th. to hold a. to tear a. tooth). To have little water (well) few tears W Endive. spotted white and <>• Lij dz: a . To hurry back.' . Duration. . Kitchen-garden. to spare a. oUil^l oCJUI J«-i--^ '^>. intelligent man. Green-grocer. from. 0.?^-j sel. ^i a ^ have little milk (ewe._j To be disgraced. to preserve fi>j s ^. To be stained. rudely. To persevere. Foolish. to expect a. th. < To be wet (clothes). jl^j d'sV. back. Mi. succory. fi>j 5 jj To preserve a. xiij^ \&njj'dXj s A handleless ves- J^H^j ^ J>»Ij j JC^? cMjj tfcij o cX-j -^ C. th."^J jfcj To Ts -«- 5 U«. 0.1^^ Place full of roots of various trees. s . alive (God). 'U. Earthenware.i. o wij To break. To continue striking. Weak-minded Dyed red. To go away.. -if- ^7 ^j>\ . o.u. To crowd. eJlSi ^Ju^ l^ -tt- To be broken piece. red. To To become.*s fair complexion (from sorrow). th. Bey.V2. to throng. outlasts. allow a. live. To make white and black spots (on cloth : — ui. Medley. ^iJ^ 'Ui. 0. th.Mij o J*. 0. Upland.J^JXi C i Bit. swamp. Water-cress. fi> To befall a. to live. Abundant in herbs. she-camel). Ts * ^J ^ _Jij . The everlasting Jul (God Almighty). jiJij ji'j .«*{ -S- black. To jade "iiCir fatten by feeding upon green herbs (cattle).i. ip — To preserve a.-i J-H J12J (eye)- vegetables That has few tears (eye).1 a. To squeeze a. th. Stained (garment). o. herbage. Preserved. ^j to s Cjj i ^j . to come jib ^ ji. Leprous. -^ Providence of God. . To keep a. '\fev ^ *~^J Holding Uttle water (well). to ^* J^-^i redundant. v-^ Jii To keep.. glass-jar.A. Cod-fish. outlives. >^ii'. jiil F. Purslain. Vegetable. a .V^| To be covered with down (face).'jij To last. Obedience to God. rebuker. To appear. To put in store. Reproof.. dyer). Droughty Lasting. To dye a. A Remorse of conscience. (ground). j^ Depressed land. th.

To eat the first fruits. li5CJ One-armed.^aSCL' ) Te Compass. To shed tears. ^^?C. a. ( jif^b ( a ^'jij J>^C ja^ ) Mourner hired at a funeral. Precocious. th. To strike a. on Jifet/ a. early in the s ^\jj _^j To prey upon a. >l'i. Jl. To speak — Jl.. ^' dfe*. th. ^ mICj j . ^. j§C_J To attend prayer from the sSdJO — To go beginning.^^ I»li--SCo ii^-r^^r Te -S- To receive a. was unable 4IU ^:< Wheel cX^. _^| ^ 'J^. ^^'1 dumb. p. Inviolate. To wet. shedding tears. CcfCj a Js6.h ^'t 5 A_j ^ '_^\ _^oJ| Food made dates. Jsiiii. — First rain in the spring. ^ iij j\ S'^:^^Jy6o To be beneficent. ^j o. Buckle. of a watering-engine. .i JC y. to 2^ JC:c. -r Jv be dumb.i j^^ij-f^^l jj>ijj jjT^. to moisten A *Lj :^ Jj -^ . 5 UJC.:ij JCjIj JCJ \s. 0. (state). . S^SCl speak.\ij Zil^ Weeping-place. d»iSC. 0. ••{To buckle. A jS:. To reprove a. 0. to weep. o ^$C. -^ To button up. early in the morning. :u ^^^/is^SCj Jp mute. nay. up ^^ To mix. ^r'S^o tt^S^' Te Cst. Precocious. 0. To do a. soon. To ^^ V^l. o. weeping bitterly. coffee-pot. mute. first of all. dates and * jfeu To »• _^:^j _^j J lji_. Birth-right. o. jV^ j^y. j. '^vj j o_^. . To _. of flour. i^. it J^. State. jlfe^jl «-^t ' To To To To He confiscate a. a. _i]|^ ^ ^iJi. th. To prepare a mess a '^^^ o J5C. Morning and evening. s^ife^. etc.J. To visit a. ^l< Precocious. PrimogeniFirst fruits. j a 0^' obtain. n JCJ ^^ jp^. o.. < Shape. 0. Treasury. over. jij. th. tears. ( oIJ. To cut ofl' fi>j s ^ Large sum of money. several parts of the body. deflour (a Buckled. th. tears. -^ Biscuit. o » ^ '^\&sC>. State. government. to weep. To get the upper hand by jcj i — blows and invectives. <• To-morrow. th. m:3^. y. { u ) A I'ise To mix oil. early in the morning. 0. ? To weep lament. early. Virginity. o. j4. Ji-^lj J=>^^ Pulley. Hackney. Early. Buttonned (coat). <>• j_^/ •j Sj^/j *i^i SjjS'U^ «J3%»J staff. jAfeiJ -^ To make a. To know a. To hasten to go. jSCl* j^'-^ "^ "Weeping. oil. Early in the morning. in uuconj^is^'S J Jfew nected phrases.. early comer.1>» cU-ifeij • Ts First-born. ^') . Weeping. To measure with compasses. Kettle. Xip JCJj sife^. To enjoy a. -» of flour. Very early. early in the morning. Early. Virgin._^ ^ *'L:%^ iiiv '-^ Fs j *J^. ^ Sllfi. to weep To sham weeping. besides. Nature. j — . ^Jfeir/l. 0. To hasten to.^. -{f much more. Principality. render a. a. JC. th. ^ . To send a. Weeping (woman). First rain in the spring. rather no. Causing a. To accost a. to ^!Afe»JI Daybreak. Dumb. To girl). 0. : • • To give a. First-fi-uits. rudely. over a. i ^ JCl «- Ail without exception.Sh i J>^.i morning. -^ Young camel). (J^^^ ~ A small crooked j^Ttj To move tears. a To rebuke a. -'i%»?j ture.5CJ Ij ^ij towards a.:^ J . riser. •< Shed.. be silent. Shedding sjiSCjj ^fX. ^ Ji:i But on the contrary.. ^ j^^_ P To overcome a. JCilj _. to mingle. rising early.SC. th. th. -ilfei.

^' Dawn. •r. to moisten. Whiteness. to lay idle. You have obtained it. merry. ^ j^Xf Gy.>ij To cling to a country. parted eyebrows. r-A^-^j He went nobody knows where. Eloquent. bath. 5^ jJlTj 3. o. indigenous. Having parted eyebrows. disorder. :u!Aj o!AJ To settle. o. . o. o jJj ^ » S^J ^J^ jj To trouble. — ^ :UJ ujCoI U fatigued. ^If. -^ To accli. jjyj ^ jiU j«ili naturalized.' Wetting. jjj] To b2 perplexed.To conquer it.1. in a country. to ill. To be foolish. town. brightness. ^_^ ^'\ To be sappy (tree). Serene. Trouble. open-faced. th. Cf-jC T^. GoJ a !^: . a jX/j in. To overcome a. Cunning. ^'iJI To be clear. Drenched. wi. To be cheei'ful. i^Mj •^M oti. -j! ^ ^yS 'j. fi> ci. ^^'icked. Evergreen. to drench. Waiter at baths. To be raeiTv. duU. Recovery. Meetingplace. -p_. a City. throw into disorder. Jxi < To naturalize a. bring forth unripe dates ^\j] (palm tree). to accua. Prudent. 3=iij cAc^ To be soaked. Anxieties. j. to i*vCJb^ xil'U jli. moisture. 0. jlis — To be drenched. To show stupidity. ^Ji^ ^ ^ji.Ju7j r-X'j . to bi'eak (dawn). Evident. Haughty. Stubborn. foolish.^: J Jr^ oV unjust. Jovial. To settle jd5 in a country. Moan. -S- He has not got a. -ft- ^ Warm of fern.j jVj '^' J>L'j J>1. oak-tree. To be entangled. a c-tj j . «j illjj cXi To wet. To be u^'Mj j^. C>_^. To have ui.\\>. restlessness. fl>j a A'] To colonize (a countryj. -{^ remain To occupy (a country). A kind oIJIAj t > o:^' . sorj-ows. hypocrite. Disturber. Boisterous (woman).^iU ^ liuU matize (a plant). Dampness. Spiritless' ness. -S^lii. li"^. confusion. Silent. ^j ^. evident. To run ashore (ship). Gu.J «^i^ Country. s^r^l^oV i/.1 To be haughty. <• citizen."' i cJj\ Countryman.-H v*^ j.th. Eloquent and ^^-'-J '<^)^. j rr^j r-U To enjoy the '^Jjj i)>L'j Xb' 4j j/ company of a. To fJtii'lj !!iilj|j ?!it"j Ij . To be restless. "fr To recover^ from. r >^. gleaming. — ^. a ^. *L.s Aj tom a. wet. To be cut. Bright. ^a'lj disti'ict. To sever a. Village. Municipal council or j|jI. Freshness of youth. Dullness. Qj a ^. -bJj^ r-iJ^ ^.l. sJjj "kJjj ^u i 'ji dawn. Stupidity. damp wind. o. to be wet. ^"^. ^ -S- CuJ o cJt A tU (in i — speaking). Smiling. To be accustomed. To escape. s?. Allowance. ^/^ ljS\j fi> Shining. To stop short To swear a. 'sS^ o Jiij To be undetermined. 0. a place. Barren. Separation between tlie eyebrows. To settle a. Land. Cold and ^.:5i' Vj be weary. c^. Silly. . dry (ground). — To be cured of.Vi-U ^ ^IJJj ^li ^'^'j '^^. ^^'ater1 milk. jil? troubled. -^ Nightingale ( bird). indomitable (man). to a countx'y.. day-break. To To To be dry ( . Hyacinth (gem). ol^Uj i>'%. •<> Spinning-top.jj^ C :>iL* tr ) 'jj]j. ^£L. Wetness.J bold in speech. To swear. lazy.-^J >iC:^. Unripe date. revolutionary. si^AJ vain-glorious. Day-light.soil ). Bright. smiling. J.

words have moved have hurt me. Acorn. Elder-tree. Black and thick slime left _Hb'l. To remain disheartened. 5 — A kiud Silent. To absoi-b a. th. ^ -ii- F-*' demon. Paved with stones or Oak. Hole of a mill-stone. Paving-stone. ci-ystal. devilkin.7 ~^ Altar-stone.J3iJI *f/b. U Breaking his promise. th.!)*-? ^)Cj Very ^kj aU J»>l ^r'J f-^^. Embalmed. ^ij ^{j ^^. a by the Nile. hA^ JaJ. ) iV_H' P'^ To recline on the ground. ^ <iU Glutton. ISappei". xili j. th. ^ ^ — To flatten (a. Ja-L'j ialJ •• living. To be dull.UiJ Draught. o. gluttonous.j <s-y<jj uj\i Sewer. gulp. Bill of exchange.J *^^! To plunder a. whirlpool. voracious. th. fear.. Crystalline. or Jl*j s /^'l j. to extort by foi'ce. o. *-^5^ ^^ To pave. o.* JaLij Jsl. ( jVy j^jt. To iiL'i weary a. hatchet. Silly. Burdock [pla. To To live on. giddy. Axe. j. Devil. To cheat. th. . 3^7 -^ xSj J^. a. . o. th. of date. Balm-tree. ^lij: To begin. 7. Heedless.. ^yj Even ground. th. o /U -^ To ripen (fruit).^J^'j y^lj xXijj Gulf. (evil). To exact a. 0.. To strive.v'JaU JaiJ -J^ To tack (sailor).j> 1 Hoariness began to <^]j J L^ljl '/1j appear upon his head. To swallow a.. a Stoppage. lajiS oli. To lead. ^^ To stand mute from Beryl. stupefied. o ^CJi enervate foolish. a.j[. Jaijij iJJl To fight with a sword. s ^liJ Balsam of Giicad. Absorbed. Chestnut tree. Pavior. To stop -tt- work. ^ ^1.L'u s^ ground. to use every possible J ^i. to a. ^Wjj ^ Constabulary. gullet. JaA-jj i»il< <> To behave foolishly. th. ^'\'.C. To lay o. oppression. to Throat.>ii Mouthful. Paver. and gloomy. o. Draught. fin To drive a. A-*^J f-J^' ^iL' -):}- undertake a th. To ^jx. To remain speechless.'s self down on the ^. up to. itSC o >ij To forward a. ^ To anoint with To embalm. to swallow a. -hbreak a pi-omise. To exaggerate in. ^/ To be eloquent. j* Youi' nae./- y^^j j^ -« To crystallize. To get a._^-^ t/'^if' "^ To be exhausted. 0. to bring a. Gullet.Ci< a ^1j -^ To swallow up. ^ Sink-hole.(a. iA'. . Palace. -^ bahii.]. A flag-atone. Extortion. Swallowed. J4-i <> tiles. Razor.sp^. •• hj^. Absorption. Heron. paving. Pavement. _^>U ^ jfcj _^_yX>j JLl. round). . <• Palace. To grow of age. To play JaJLJ j( Means of subsistence. Very greedy. Cristal. *illi ^J]\5 ^^i^ Drain. Underground pipe. To come to poverty.' Ground down by taxes. (thief). A paving-tile. s ^%j li^. ^jiL' _/ji/ -H- Executioner. ^^jj gloomy.r) Pavement. . ^. with requests. Earthenware ^^y^ ^ a^y^'j '. th). ^Jfi C» — To seek secretly after. of a. A ^'Ij ..^ s f^\j ^j Swallowing. draft.' the devil. o. Policeman. •^ :t^U UaU Ts '^"r^M^. To run )^ aground (ship). To be desperate. To inform a. A^ — ^^^ Exaction. as far as. to despair. 2_!i. to be satisfied with. To swallow greedily. exertion for.r a-iV'l -IfetJ^j '16*11. ^)yuj ^ll>: ^ <f-)^. ° To i-each a. Steel. p>i:ilj .^iJi._^**i — -asad. from.j. o.ii. 3j -^ < Embalming.

Yes. "Cx^! aim. be smitten by (a disease. hyperbole. ^ -Jr Reaching. Matmnty. cX^ squadron of cavalry. . C>«^ To hm'ry on. To remain in (a piace). farthest end attained. To wear waste To pay to. f. y. Legal summons. ^ . -^ Foolish. y jj^l Jo i^^i-J To be opened abruptly Motley.^j xaUj ji. tom-foolery.u: ( ii Marbre. *^>iJ nyoj ^ ^j. Misfortune. 'j'. to in be anxious about. attention^. Trial. Pituite. L'ltimatum. th. \'iij a jU To be stupefied. To behave as a simpleton. Ay. j^^l jsiC_ To mar a.i>GI To walk at a quick step. Ji.Vi P musical instrument.^^ t?b Cj' ^ -i^ To tie ( a sheep) in order to fat. Do abstain. amazed. to expei-i-o 5 afflict. o. attentiveness.j (4^ a <ij to. boards. a. Aj s ~Jj — 'Jj -^ To be silent. or To show galTo to trial. <ijl . t^. Door.. c«*i Eloquent. to the «^j l^ Inviolable oath. cJi-%. L' The thickest string of a ^^iJ 9. jiljH Consumption. a. Company of infantiy. yea. To pretend simplicity. Do not mind. ^>U jjil — False statements. Ochrea. Perfection. ^i} J^"' Waste country. To vie splendour Phlegmatic.ijl Having swollen lips. or a. ^y. To teat.G To try. of age.Ci'^' ^. Uy^. 'UL' ^ *!U Plain of Balka. j\ ^i^ ^ To take care o.i iAj' Chaste ( in speech. no doubt. Famous Castle. <>• Sum of money. Worn out. o. Perhaps.j ^^. bamia (leguminous u*C Gs ^ plant). ox-tongue (pla). a.» with To contradict. ment. Trial. Marble. Slanders. Nubility.h J^\j ^V* bean. Pituitous. ^ out. o 5lj -Sto put a. silly. Eloquence. '<ii-|j isHT ^ -^ Coming To be foolish. Bass (in music). 4U '1^1? j. Fingers.i j^. Put Silliness. To repair (a well) with plane.iS. S'j. stupid. Pi'essure of cala- Camel-hair tent. Mature. To be aifected with fear. Tried. th. rotten.* jlj a.. To be waste and uninhabited.. abruptly. Mindful of. Variegated. Rottenness. Efficient. '-Om Jj Bugloss. care. ^ixi G -«• (clothes). Marriageable. Piebald jij 1%' ^ . try.. Coming of jyij age. Rhetoric. Small fishes. test. consumed. Attaining an ^ ^U i^:. To be worn out clo«>U j Jo. Limit. Tumour on the lips. thes\ To be consumed (corpse). To put a. Who takes Jui account of.<iVb J^.j ^ *i^. jU ^ 'Ui. Sufficiency. to To put the test. Cj\S'J\j ^ iji Ts Anxiety. ^i. care. stupid. ^OjI. Misfortune. to test. ivory. Berry of the lote-tree. ^ fdxH Xi5\Ji Utmost Phlegm. o_ya^. 0.%i j^. . Decay. 'Jilj JC Afflicted. A kind of broad.affliction. To'^^lSJlj ^' Exaggeration. ^ jl|1 '% C5U ( horse). Delivery of a message. J^\ _. SVU/Intent on.!. a simpleton.>Ul Worn ^ ^.» oV i ten it. Sorrow... To A f^y fii j:\. of. Honey. ^Cb' -if-j *5Cjij Ts " -^ He may come. "^ Tar. out. So. to afflict s li'b J'C5 '^jiS\j ^lib jiib . a '^^^. a calamity). o. mity. j\j be spotted with white and black. of M«. striving.j a. (J^ o JUj -STo open or shut (a door) * J^ !. as far as. (door).. tip of the fingers. alj «jCj it off.'^^ *Sj Tom-fool. Ampleness of circumstances. to be a cipher. . Ambergris. o. Overfatigued. jr-^. %%^ ivC> Ju To esteem. * 5 ^'1 JJ'\ To tLi ty3 ^/pi) j lantry at war. Trial.

manldnd. ^. to have (a house) built. Consul. 'UJlj u_^' ?. i^ To make (a quiver) of a triangular shape. frame of the body.^ 'l-j divide (a book) into chapters. *lit «0J JiUJ j Jlii. o. ^ xJlii. Bullet-shot. hazel-nut. Window. To j*j » o^J To build up (a building). un.) ( tS*. to erect (a in to his wife Deceit. o ifc_. ^_^^ ^-ij ^Lt. Building. edification. ^'T. flag. Coffee-tree. To settle (in a place) diXJjj t_j dxU To come back to o. * Jj To give a house.u house). To set (a discourse).a. ^^aj Queen (of cards).ajiJiS Word.^ that. _. ^ ^di ca^ diiL' J^. 0. steady. ^ lio.s^\ Structure. To put a triangular piece on * j5. To JcH" <^y_ ^l 'cri Mindless Relatives. adopting. c/". A kind of shark. le lY. jl)l ^i' full Daughter. Strongly built (man). *^l^'l Bastard. Love-apple. i^art. ^^iC. To come towards. Banking-house. spurious. To claim a noble oi'igin. oUiJ j *jt-. Citizens.u. Lake. 5 ^ij To CiJ a di'aw ^. structure. Aromatic plant. built. -ft- '^ oCJ Good or bad smell. -^ cjiiil._ r^t. j. ^ J. Henbane ( » ^. bottom. wanderer. Clove. child. P/. ^^i. c-s-^*^' Clove-pink. Finger-iJCJ Amethyst. oCij Adoption. Prudent. To have a. J~/(_j will)! x:\ •• To go *ulj Crafty man. t— io P '. To trump up (a lie). o To put a.iJ^liJl 'i/\ Traveller. Sea-town. j>'^ yl rr ^^ c?\ The man of perdition. Commercial town.f cJ^ xllu *^'l Ring-finger.r oUJ Verdant garden. edifice. healthy. Rifle. to build. Pith. Flag. o. Bloom of youth. <• Gun-stock. jji}S -^ Jl. To . To communicate family »iJl. Origin. to render a. -o'jr^: Is XS!\ ^ 'Cj From . Violet-coloured. meadow. oIjCJ . A> J. j JaiJ -^ w^ degenerate. Syndic of merchants. tr^i'T G *l. To enhst (soldiers). Ts -ft- Thieves. *^& ^' retrace back. to arrive at. ^ilfeuT ^{ P ^l jaL| Beet -root. ^j X^ X^\ sn-st-i Venice (town). Merchant. jk. <). accordingly. Coffee-coloured. damned. Root. Coffee (berry). colours. ^^1 ^ Bench. -ft- Good example. th. Clii o J^^ -fr joint. dUi P soporific plant). cnJ ^ . i^lj^vi-r <>• (man).:7 To build.^ icl'j Shape. th. or a. Violet (flower).^ Ui Jj_. tomato. Cross-belt. as a son. oCJ . L-P Chapter. imder chloroform. ^— Gore of a . — dxZ (a shirt).'s origin. Hole.* ^^rJl^ To want repair (house). Sword-belt. -ft- Ie -fr secrets (girls).c?l Son. P Standard.3-UJ _^' Te ^ o^iJJ Ts gun-barrel. i^iol. I^bony (wood). iiyj Clepsydra.shun a.j|_^r A cloth upper-gown with very^i/ sleeves. erected. o.'s steps. ./ ^ Jj^. Water or sandclock. source. fabric. of the morrow. One finger. Building. robbers. ^^ ^ To construct. • To debase. 4- girl. Nut.shirt. gun. -ft- Man. Cannon-bore.j1 To adopt a. . banner. Gold coin of 20 francs. To sojourn in (a place).

Cli/ a Falsely charged. delicate woman. arteries of the heart. enlivening.:>J J^^ j^ A ^^j <> The public buildings. Thought. th. o. to ^^ilj (k+J a r-iJ . adopter. design. dead (colour). . calamities. to glad- ^ (U*? a t-*>. j^4I._ Builder. adoptive (cliild). Astonishment. ?: dj'4^. < To insult. spice. Letters of the Alphabet. xr. Architect. Stupefied. beauty. Anaemia. Idol. Joyful. j'j^Wj jajvi otxT 'cjiui J jiVij' ^ j^iii? P To walk quickly. Agility. dazzled. To be of a faint colour. empty (a house). I luxuriant (garden.aj Cheering. amazement. s' . o. 5 0^ J 33*^' j^^'To make a fortune. l^r a 2f C)\y>.. in. J Ufe*Jl J^-^h 'Ol ^tx]\ j'Ji\ 'cXi c. a.^Al'. <• To be dazzled ( by sunshine ). Artery. short breathing. cheerfulness. Indeclinable (noun). To To grieve s \J^{ a _. jUj' n ^^' Constructed. -r'j'*^-^ To be merry. Publicly. jl^' Short-breathed. th. in relating malicious reports. Extensive field. to scoff To be I'eviled.-j. -!^ To jX. iT-J. Insult. Misfortunes. v" '*>«. Hero. 0. Fine- 1^) i: Tear. j^j>^\3 J|^'i)lj i_---" jy^-^\ ^*i z. a c-*.^ To sweep. .< Dull. s^' filial. OUirj ^^0 tXk *j 5 sji^j' jj^% (blood ) ^ To embellish. 0. c. o. i Cj\-^. c-ftij Calumniator. Splendid. jc^. Cares. o. Lie. Pepper. astounding. bU>' 'j^J S Ja^f Jj*^" xlj^l My little son.j C-«.r. elegant. ? t^j a c4i To surpi'ise a. » — ' To To To To () show kindness to mind a. filiation. builder.:j jj^.. -ft- enliven a. splendour. To sjiine. 'j^l To overcome ovcrbui'den.^_.( CLx To marvel. Siren. To be soil). victory. merit. to pass with pomp. ?rtiCfj r^X'. {>• Ja^J -^ at.4. 0. -fy To be ^^ J^\ j J J^i^y I be c-ii'j a C4J (hij CfJj astonished. to remain speechless. Jugular vein. a. o. cui^ib zX:^ . The two Dazzling.»)I cij^s^ ^cni/^ To pepper. To squander. I with impunity. JC. o.. A slender. l^r j'^_ cfj-'^ii Breathlessness. :. Ijj^Ij To outstrip a.! r-«4-» fit Sj-^-i^ ja^j •• Small rivers. Wonderful. Devil. To be exposed to heat. magniticent.^. *-£•»? J cJc-Wi «^-i. Calumny. zJ^. looking. ojttl ! ^ 'U. a. -^y^ Beauty.J^ oQ Ilk! a Wrist. . s — To shock a. ^ a ~ "^i. behalf or against. cheerful. Back. Belonging to a son. ^fJI^ _. To slander a. . — Pigeon-hole. To cheer up To allow to be shed fi> ^y^'i ^ a.'b. 0. 0. troubles. Beauty.. o'J^i VI To be I fine. to waste.liojl repeat a prayer. in Sonship. To To use every endeavour on of. To bring J^'i\ forth a. -ft- vi/lj 1^7 breathless. J i^ ^ . Mason. To vie with a. Arrow. iliJ Centre. (sun). Founder. Bases of a house. breathless. To be out of breath. in a.3j^5 j^^^\ To rejoice in.ij slander a. Blow. Joy.-^ ^^'j J>:> i*j -ft- ^< o J^'-J ^ ''^^ a < To To be dazzle a. . . Cj/^'-'f To cheer up. o. JCiH Adopting as a son. Swallow. <j4rJl"^ c-i»)l ji^J jpj+jj r-f5 Wine. th. He exhausted himself SaJ^ in endeavours. den at. io season (a dish with pepper). 2 '^'jVi-»?J '^ii ~ ciC To lie. Adopted. fii . ' To be shed with impunity (blood ). constructor.^j Beauty.

4_) Kil\ To vie with a. 0. from a. (work. J-^i\ vocal. Elegance. 0.:. Stout and heavy. carbuncle. To boast of. Thumb. Barbarian.Good •^ chief. To wean (lambs).} y. th. weight). trifle. fin yy^^ -ft- -i^^'j^i. 0. to get proud. i^'Ci 'l o. ^421 To conceal a. <> do what he 5 J+IS. n j^j ij — To abandon a. Ji. To implore. Brutism.IaCJ» Vain. serious (affair). ^343 P worthless. juggler. ^. camel ). » o I4J To enlarge (a house) A ^j To boast. th. silliness. trifling. o. To exceed a. to beseech ( J*t^'l Jt J4% God) with humility and fervour. etc. To use. Unarmed (man). Heinousness of crime. ^Su — To empty (a vessel. Speaking an unkno\vn Ian^ guage. equivocal. uncertain. call for help fi"om God. ^s. stranger. SiJ^J j xlij elegance. To curse. Laugher. o. a. quadruped. Yellow dye. To find a. Ambiguity. Ruby. o.4Jlj. to emerge u^j a j^j <>• -*j from a cloud Lichen. to scrutinize a. i^ ^ li.'^ jij -tt- To divei-t a. — To hurry towards. ci'ushicg. Court-yard. jc. — To let a. kid. stupid. 0. house). ^ . To grow stupid. Black. To walk with a haughty gait. simple. fi> w^ould. o. brutish. Bestiality.^j ^^Jj j. Vanity. Beast. imprecation. Hollow of the Indecisive.tii noise). Difficult task. To be concealed. equi- ^^j —^#5 * ^-jj to. ^Iji Hidden. House situated -ftj_j 34JJ '^i^^ w ^43 foremost. 0. Of one colour. Important. 5 i. doubt. j. s y^ a JiJ -STo let a.7. o. (God). sl^ o 'j4u a j^ftJ j o 1^3 -Jf To shine. . jp ^p ^l ] ^ir^-^l To take off o.ii I uncertain. in beauty. To call upon (God) against.»>JI ^l — "^ \ o^*( of vigour (youth). vague. 5 j/'C To have a handsome face.'-> j^J _. ^'G To vie with a.i^ ' Overwhelmed. hero. to gather. Jj4r^ To dye (the beard) Mars (planet). unknown to. uVJ«^ To come To lie. JJ^l+J t J^^J . Tinsel.^. Lion. cnH+J ?? >Jiyi«J back from. — To meet. Rope-dancer.\^\ Gravity of a. <> To render j J4j1 stupid. Lamb. 0. ii43 Cui'se.'s clothes and stake them (gambler). ^h-^ "^ To curse a. tumbler. vague. earnest prayer. Counterfeit (coin). wavering. if- Stupidity. full (sun).j 'd^^jVi S j4i Cj^kj ~ ^ Ps -fi- b . Thumb. stupid. jc ^iJ' To prepare to. in beauty. t j. J 0^3 a ^43 -STo seai'ch. ambiguous terms. Brave. j-X^j "" To rejoice.Cki3 j-^i)' a ia^j -itto overburden a. Heavy. l>iJ a S*) "^ Foo!. ^ ^s*:** Dandruff. Untied (she- chest. Ji^J Weight. smiling man. Imprecation. to impi-ecate upon a. Fool. ^p yellow. ^ Silly. To push a. Ja^O Rumbling (sound. Staffiess j+j^ J^J ?r J*'^ (shepherd). -143 d^X Beauty. silly. iiis^rj Jfei4rj *^. . Bestial. Great toe. unknown. th. to stultify. act at pleasure. o. To overwhehn. n Leprosy. Supplication. Soft. unknown A 5 kind. foolish. suddenly ^-^^ — u~iiJ -^ P P from a country without any luggage. th. ji..i4J j. To be concealed. ^}*t'' To come forth.!. calf. jL. ^^j Uncertainty. Extended plain. ^1^3 To curse Jiut> jlpj '^^'^ ^r*-^*? J*Q To be fine. Sjilendour. to be glad. in beauty.

\) >. To subside ganger To die out (fire ). disturbance. To reveal (a secret). farthest end. ^j/ ^\yi j To To serve as a o>U!. Chapter. sort. porter. its dye. To allow a. o. ^\'y Tantamount. door-keeper. publicly. Entrance-hall. j Dissolute.^7 Gate. oGG ^ *i![j Kind. Door-keeping. s — \ to do anything. fi> I ^ To come and stay (in a place). To remain uncultivated (ground). Permissions. peasate for the murder of another. Equality. to trial. Stupid. as usual and perpossession of. ( ic lA) Fine. To be used at will. a ^— doctrine. th. ^ U'jTj M>/ ^ «_> To To deliver a permit to. Traveller.!^!^ To kUl a man in order to comfi> ^ To To receive a. I \ To direct a. y -Ji- \ty o ^G Jl tijlo Permit. Class. to go in.G Jt • Boundary. At random. To destroy (a tribe). ^CJlj ^ o ^S'. To come upoa (misfortune). • To examine. To be void deed). It suits you. mitted to all. To extinguish to appease* ^Cl F. Allowed.'s fault. door. -^ Shameless. To profess openly a religion. to ) communicate Jl tj — be equal in rank. j\Iaking. flash al! over the ^JJ < To ^ To -ir sky ^}Lj -rV (lightniug). to^ cj(>'\j A O'jj o oC -^ look for a. To permit a. License.«-»'S? textile fabric (fire). th. Retaliation. to remit (fever). Free-thinker. (hatred). 0. To abate ^y o ^G -S(heat). Bountiful. o Openly. do atone for his death.y chapters. Jj a s y^j ^A To bring. ^Vj i'>jjj To appear \>. o. to be permitted to. j The Sublime Porte.i^'^ milked. o. To be weary. th. o. To be taintedtj^ — (meat). 9r*>i'j Stuifed camel-hide^"" for deceiving a :. declared lawful.jyj in j b->j o ^C broad light. To scatter a. pretty. in. j!iJ| ^jC. To d'^clare a. ij\y xifji Trouble. to be !jiy_. Blood for blood. -^ Main-gate. its glaze ( divide (a book) into -^ I fj » i_. Ji To bring back a.)! ^ii i_. * 5 ^01 about th.^ ^'y' ^sj -S- Young camel. information a. for a door-keeper. Great quantity of water. Dwelling. «)^j \ty that the death of one may be atoned for by that of the other. To rouse a. Do die. P lost. . To be equal. to fi> lead back a. po)'terage.J ^CJi mon. <> To lose its lustre. Carelessly. o. overwhelmed them. th. s'jy o ( Melting-pot for xJ'iy < j i^y. ^ fit — — — (a secret to a. *^^y. -way-leave. ^ Radical (in politics). at pleasure by all. enter. j Revealer of a secret. ^J ]y To prepare a lodging for. To take a. o.' iy. o_^Ct ^ ^jS 'J^i-X . To take Sj a cjiXL[ out a. o. to. To put a. Crucible. ). To acknowledge o.Sy she-camel when Misfortunes have ^^-^ 5 ^\~. AVay. th. iiiC ^» \1a oy^ji.^^ >\'y y^ ^ *i!i j Home. com.j goldsmiths. t-^j !^Q Traitor. 2fi_. oCoij kjl^Jl ^ ijC Article. th. Door-keeper. Class. o. . th. as a guest. ?. by experience. fi>j z j'cj\j jC To know a. ^y jC -K- To perish. To To reveal. to. 'barefaced. fi^j s A ''^^\ & — Revelation of a secret. a. o. give to a. To take >^ j\ ^iXL\ Yf^ To consider a. Sun. IjiCi — To take lodging in. *. Bright. Inn-ssll/^'ljlij iLyj SjC k_->-j t-jC -Jf sjCJI a. ]y To point (a spear) towards. th. come back to. o. ^_. so »_.

— To sink into contempt or misery. disorderly (rabble). f. Medley. To stretch the hand in a. 0.vu. into a bundle. Indiscreet man. Calamity. blows. Smell. 0.CJl soil. i5^. bunch. o. in Trumpet. 5 — To ill-treat. ^^ — W '\i. (z. jy To be sullen. by the f-j0j ~ — ~ fi Hell. To overcome a. .. J* To sound the bugle. -i'jy '4j. 0.^ Mat-seller. To assail o. Injustice. o.\J\ Gudgeon. vlfjj? o i)C be entangled (business). a.j j^'^jS'-^ jy. a. th. to perish. story. To become plump CkJ'j (omaciatod person). n To To peris!) Csj^'j (jy (th. 'Gj^IjSlj^iP s?Jl'j^ j\^ jl ji^ p. To measure fathom.y.yi Snout. order to ofler strides. a. fy spoil a. Lost. o. to no purpose. Mob. a to come to J-j^ . dsjj mix and press in (a crowd). ^ itjjT'o^ii V n \i.y A calamity befell them. o 3\j ^ (wealth). J^' -^To tie or To kiss a. To make a. Sailor. Flat boat. To lie. 0. j. I'ncultivated. th. Bower. Thatch. o. Vainly. perdition. To make fi> rapid waste land. To inveigh against a. o. To lower the price of. ^j-y put a. ^j . Bugle. Ai. Generous. th To smack. p -^ To To To To be fat (camel). to embezzle a. ~" To assault a. Horn. > saster. Powerful. o'j?\'j' o ^. mugil. Fine dust. To frown. Calamity. . muzzle. * iii'j i^. To vociferate. o. a. led astray. bright-coloured. o. Uproar. Wretch. -tf- (Jay O J»Ci -8- Big (camel). Shower. Ruin. forlorn man. Useless.^.'y' Falcon. To harm a. Bundle. vain. o.C -i^ tAj^. Toe-bone. Whiting. Mullet. Bugler. o.) ( 1\ To cause rogue.y Ts mere waste. all. To equal a.j Ts -^ if- To boil (blood). To rush. Crucible. High rank. o^j a 3\y} fr 3y.'y o jXt -fr To be noisy.j '^'^\ riotous assembly. ji ^>UOi< for J *^ ^j \'y ^ '^j. Ice-cream. Falconer. Pk n Fathom. ^ To i-ecover o. 5 to look angry.). misfortune).* — To mix. to kiss or a. measure of the two^ |^' ] ^ arms extended. First of 3'j/j ^ duG Jjl -ft- x^^i wUO Rose-shaped ia'y •Hi 'y. wayless. Bird of prey. He is a dunce. Nonsense. Complexion. Nosegay. cJ&y. di- Jl^ ^ xJy' olsil ^ *JQ JjJ}/' ^ *m}> 3'Js To outrun the To be gaudy. b'^rfci* Mob. sulky. bosh. o. Uncultivated p. Flock. trumpet.y_ To overcome. th. "i'jy. Unable. J). s purchase or sell a. Buttocks.'s com- (jo'y Ji»ti — plexion. th.J <3. Gi>j i o iiC -S- Worthless Gt^' o fh -ft- fellow. To tell JjiiO ^ To precede To s i^y ^^G ^ escape from a. ^"y Colour. ( for J. Stingy.. "^ ^LJI Jj^l* A rush-mat.j V>j o JC design on cloth. others (horse). jj ^"y Kiss. P To urine. th. C^ o ifc u-l'i P •<>• a.\y\ ) ^Gjl ^ J-yi j. To be missed ( To fall upon a. anchor. Bugle. — To stay in (a place).

Being by night. To whitewash (a house). W^ool (before x»y^ it is soaked in the inkstand). a. oUJ cJ if Urinal.3jj Is Hawk. On account o1 'j^. jyi Cjj Wolf's bane. iJ^ j»l>!'l JT CyiJj C^. besides. To tin. to annihilate a.'s. «Q ** G ^ I!?iCj Ps ay ejj . (bread. JC ji _^ 1 iJG Scent-bag. siCj Ale. th. JG vU'jQ C» He is a man of <^^J^^ J*' o-J S* W^hat is the matter with you? JCJI good family.-H- o. aJlJ Tenth Coptic month : Jime. state. Ts ^ /^J Shoe-black. Arsenal. dwelling. to J Cjlij Cj>JjJ a o «G.:.yia!5 .^ Owl. oIp j| i_> — To be busy about a. except that. mindfulness. ^ Varnish. hole in the jiij — jij -^ earth in order to plant a tree. to perish. brood over (a design).^^J the night. To build a house. 'llitl^-^ Temple of AJ^^ Mecca. "^^J A»? "^ c/d. Offspring. However. of. Boldness. Stanza.'s face) God. to finish. sei'ious Bale. apartraeuts. or a. Public treasury. Cobweb. To marry To spend the night at o. Bottle. Malediction. affair. Stale. CalJ ^j^'C -^ j^iSij — To remain in (a place). spend the night. Water-closet. in whiteness.To act in the same way UT 5 i jy. -^ Whale. why? ^>Ljl cJ? Attention. o.h — May God cheer him.s. during a c4i the night. . distress. To attack the enemy by To let a. ?r ''^ Perishing. o. Misfortune. Counterfeiting. *— To make a Owl. To He was ^^_ i>»c^. Room. small room. Distance. o. virtue. To think of. ts u^ ^ i ^ To lay eggs (hen). o. Diabetes.C^. ii^ c4^ Jerusalem.> u^d' involved in a hopeless affair. Curse. -^ as another. o— To bleach. Heart. C»i-i To cause a. Matrimony.j j^. i^al j i| jai' To prepare one night. oljl-ujj -x^. To cause a. discharge urine.)! Important. z^ *^ i To sijojj l^^^j l^'^j ^Ij ^ — cease. the Caaba. Infantry. 5ce tsJ. Imitation." . o'jjj oy. to be lost. 0. Strait. Household. jtU^ ^^ Conduit. night. Egyptian willow. th. -^^ understand. provisions for To be bleached. jiu5l s Cid. t. An owl. Tj/jj Ce To remember. iS^' Tree producing nutmeg.jiu. sink-hole of a tank. To beautify (a. stupid. to s JCS-Llj JCilj JjJ House .JI c^j j 'liJI JQI c^i Postage-stamp. to Aj &' i'oj destroy.-^To be copied fair. c4i cii Ps •>i». Verse- Strophe. Matrimony. Dangerous desert. Nightlj raid. j ^'^. Welfare. mind. To tf- raise o. merit. beer. Confusion. To surpass a. phial. xJGj oQ To set (sun). perishable. in C^f S o Shelter for the night. Court-yard. o. Difference.^ -Hi*^*^ "^ To spend Ou^j ^~ir^J '-^. * j<a!j <• To copy fair. blacking. Attention.'s self above CL' i CrQ ^^ (people) and oppress them.ljlj Ci'Sj^^j oCJlj Cjj^ Case. food ). Foot-soldier. aconite. i^!u4JI c^Illj ^-Jiii!! ciT c^c? Great abundance of m*ine. -Is J^ ^^ Jl^i ^ J'ji Jl^' Food for one night. <^b Jc?*" >^' ci^lfet. To exceed a. Small house. To perish. Fool. If not. Interval. Owl. th. Merit virtue. family. Urine.

Cock's egg {said of a. Eggs.*>. -^ Merchant. in marriage. |_ij:j*VI Jal»-JI Milk and water.Ujlj 'Ul ^ . Sim. as a To make a. i first gleam of dawn. Whiteness. ojJ To come forth. Buyer.^ ^. o. th. To part fi'om. . f. o. To pur- ^a * j.JCi^ qC\ To pronounce distinctly. To destroy (a tribe). olij> j f^^^r **c>. to offer for sale (goods). ^ ^ Good character.iii Good layer (hen). »1. loCj ja-. Seller of. o. days. Middle- cjii>-j ^ *-o-j Wares. of. commanding -j_g. Mart. easily understood.^- To exhibit. Fair copy. White. To be clear. of the eye. chase. oUaliVI Sudden death. Crowning of a king. Offered for sale.C ^ a. To explain a. o. Tinning. To be divorced (woman). market. » oQb ~ To separate a. ^^ b ~ To give a.jDI t^j -^a^ zS\. o. th. Day-light. IJS %j \a To be sepa- ^ ^^j Cjijj o^ ^ — me any answer whe( rated. To CllLJ j ^^i ~ appear. The whole day.. th. Egg-seller. clear.-!l fest. to be within sight.. -^ Albugo. To buy or to sell a. An egg. Fuller. egg-shaped. -^ c^liT j — t/a^[ Milk-food j^g To be sold. Woman. opp. White clay. obvious. chief. th. ^ p. o. ( \ ) . Hospital. Milk. To draw up on a. jatj *iil->» Bringing forth eggs. o. apart. to a. th. . jai:vi o>iJI Beneficence. Paper.a oij'b ~ The white race ( ob_^l -ua ) oU». Seller.^^paili fitj s '. buyer. ther good or bad lit. seller. To declare To trade.. Tinner. merit. impossible to be got). s ci^j. to forsake a. cheese. To undei-stand a. To mani. Heart. Oval. king. j Deed of sale. to the black. to make a 5 ^ijIj To appear. To be white._^/_. o. a covenant with a.a fXXL{ Sale or purchase. Favour. Lunatic asylum. Investiture tXjj of a calipb. » To try to buy a. To ^u He was recognized as :cj>UJIj iJ ^:y. j^\ Major. oIpQ ^ :ui5 *pUj Helmet of iron. eggs). He has not Mi^Vj *Uj1/ returned to white) prov. ^ ^'15 The foremost man of a place. dealer in.Uj Whiteness. jj^\ . To agree ^Cj ^ci To put on an iron helmet. ja~i\ JCJ]! >Uill!l 1000 men. th. ojlj To sell a. th. th.^i.oUCJI ser and seller).5»1DI jOI The fi^ contrast. To b3 clear. Church. A s \^j v'<Jr ^.'j The two transactors (purcha. Washing. th. o^j Vi-o P t^ \ Wheat. th. ^5— To explain. to get white. Power. o. contract. CaUph . Copier. black or To be married (girl). Bleacher. unlike. to a. — To acknowledge a. Sold.CiCo Ts Moon-lighted nights. to appear.6'1 White White of eggs. To find a ready (butter. Saleable. Sword. Goods things offered for sale. ^^a)l ^h'1 part. oviparous. obvious. Jewish synagogue. officer CCj' i lU «- Happy Silver. ^ -Ua^: ^ ^^1 _^CVl Bought. remote from. from a. a contract. a caUph. To buy a. Testicle. To be dissimilar. far away.iX^' y. ja-J^J To set a. market (goods). ^lili To perish. Whiter. glory.

arClearer. in his presence. interval. ^u/J Parting. Division between o^ two . clear proof.j?'J)j'^ -^j ^-^'ji'i J 4^jy^.h sing himself clearly.iU4)l ovijl < -W- Tract of land.. Rhetoric. Clear. val. Explanation. ^ ojj iirperial Antechamber.'_j o^. of the Sultan. jj^ ^ ij . jCiJ and so. beyond doubt. A— ov INIeeting or separation. vlnJ 1 Friendship. Between. Divorced woman. cnJj Firman . Ar- help you. between them. Deep well. Amongst. Difference. amongst. Enmity. J^ Before him. Contrast.^. Inter- cJ^.l 6. dlj'i ov Equally distant from the o. CoJj UJi. Explanation. evident. Relation of two numbers ^ijCo — that cannot have any other common diviser but a unit. Evidence. Separation. vCu cnJ Meanwhile. God The -j. average. manifest. whilst. Tie. ilLJ — ^j Cf Declaration. « *^ gument. God keep you. Clear. op I c»li Explaining clearly.'\ — -r To be clear. Obvious. '\^. whUe. o^lJ Tract of land. th. precise testimony. ^^ Evidence. (e o\Jj »lii. Clear explanation. th. ij\XL\ evident. Interstice. Clear meaning of a word. oUj cr uU*j % If ^Cj gument. manifest. expres-»u. ^ cAJ Eloquent. clear demonstration. as. gap. Boundaiy. Contradiction. Witness. To recognize a. Unknown man M'' so . in the midst of. Middling.^. obvious.Ciil lands. Difference ^\^ Detween two things. concord. clear.? When. ^4-^ U-. as To manifest a.^j ojj extreme points.

-i}- to stare at. o'ytj \''Jj ^^ -ft^ jp sVh jjj. To imitate. Gold. next to.i:.|j . tt »3^^ to repetition). th. c-y'^J r <->yf> "^ Ark of the covenant. vours. o. a ^i -»a. o. Sometimes. nouncing the T. By God. with. To fetch two runs (horse). at Pronoun postfixed to the verbs o the first and second as well as • thee » To destroy a. CjIj a ji. wooden case. to enervate a.5-1. Twin. To be the follower of. the third fmninine person of the past C-'Vii 2'* cJUs c. loss. . To ask consecutively. Irascibility. tradition) to its source. to a Aij To 5 s fJi\ follow another. jr^i j^Vy} j^'yJ jfi. off. o. To trace back (a (woman). 3" Particle used in swearing. of. fellow of a — Bringing forth twins ( female ). J"L>j jpJ Fiery (horse). To make a.iil. To prosecute (an affair). to attain. To weave (a stuff) with double threads. -itv. (child). To suffer loss. o. To be trodden (road). o. 0. th. Twin-born. then. .. Woe to thee damage. To fulfil a. o.'U' Particle prefixed to the verbs at the Weakness. to obay a.1. or a. to destroy *j s a.To mine successively a. 0. to be CJ^j (A'^j CiJij — lost. ilnJ o J^j llnJ a -n7 To ruin. in its ^VLj growth. hot temper. a.. To perish. To put a. deficiency. or a. o. get th. jc To give birth to twins \AJ\ J\S\ (in his opinions). prone to evil A gold or silver particle.i Native ore. tender. 0. follow 5 (man). Perishing. -Ct j. Woven of two threads (garment). to crumble i .! e To To lose a. xSt To tCj \J. th. o. To weaken. silver-sand or particle. th. th.J Coffin. o. . to curtail * Lj a li Ui -ft- perish.j Jy. j^Xy yr "i^'^'y ^ y\'y Twin (thing).^iij ^_. To be filled with anger. To make repeated endeaa. to track a. To look steadfastly Jl. 'ij<i. s ! C er ) — 1° utter the cui-so ! « Woe to s ^JlJ. th. 'ui Set in order. fi To stutter in pro- tt'tj oG C CC -ft- perish Old man. to carry on.\:ij ii3\si To follow a.. to hi in 1.Ci Woe. to come with. 5 (s. strengthened. To crawl Stammering. pau".1. SfilTj follow the scent ^ fit Passionate hot-headed. to lose.^ cnliij ^ir. To fi>j s . Aged. now Fresh. a U] To be set in orclor. Match.j at . To be filled up (vessel). To smash. ^\j . Loss. I swear by God. t 'j ^ — To pursue unremittingly. To strike a. Mayest thou ! zpj dvl tJi second person as well as the third feminine of the future^.. to exa. or a. [in regard Time JJ. JXj:^ To observe a. a fair way (affair). o. Deficient.j To sob (child). To scold a. To be twin-born *j » yc — ^Ij -Hwith a. L. *j fi> 5 — a.''i'jKi Ruin. th. . To study thoi'oughly (a To science). perdition..j Cj\jt . z ijiT a jc v_) ^ - » fi>j 5 IjXil j^'^ ^ JC~. _j\i'^ ^ J^Ja t_i^'l To prosecute overtake . cut th. to *— through.

attendant. chantable (goods). Below. one after the /j^So. Following.y^j ^Ijj ej^j I. Surname of the ancient kings of Yemen.^^ Opposite to thee. i^] ^ Helper. To come one To ask get a Ci§ after the other. Obeyed. spices. heap of rjtjj oostraw. beneath.>s7j wiSj ^ XiiJj XisJ rare. Lai'ge cup. vant. j.ji1!!I way. commercialjib^j ji^^ ^ ^^ij man. to follow. . Zealot. merchandise. to »^I3J.-tobacco Ts -tt- women.»ji :^7 "C^Wj -^ of. ^^ v_. Provost of merchants.'^7 -^ Jvi^ P j^ . J^_. dlAliJ Antecedent of an appositive. Uniform. ^ _. . symmetrical. o\sKZ. To destroy .Jct^ ^ jj Cj jjc Museum. successive. ^iriJ ' Commercial. ^ i jiijl gift.Cj1 ^ (5. Consequence. Fellower of Smokiug. postman. prudent..5Li!l chastisement. ^i^7 o. foUower. Market. ^ %^y. ^'jj jtij jO ^j -S- rj\^j A tXp.I ) cP a. To weaken. (garment. shop-counter. Intelligence.^ji^ ^ xiy6 Mex'chant. Situated underneath. To make a raid. in turn. (love). Penalty.-. a. Consequence. u>J ojJl oL? 4^1^ :.*^if' j» ^*jj ^ ^C tartar.j^ a CU»j o ^i -^ To season (a dish). Straw. - ^i>j Weakness. Straw. ^^ Pe ^is. eneinated. to ba in business. straw. To make a. 9. and pi. To be intelligent.dj . Ts -^ -}^ Movement.li Sequel.^ oti Adept. 0. Breeches of sailors. Present. Imitative pleonasm used for ^Cil J^£. to follow. trader. result of oU-j *i-j a good or bad action. if. Under. 5 SLj ^'Jj sick. Pickle. 0. 5 J^j^ ~ Inferior. To season Illness. jj^j jlj To present a. issue. nne. Debtor. and precious object. ^. j^\ jiSj . Nationality. Tartars (nation ). issue.^b . Female attendant.Cj < Be. Prosecution. Trading countiy. ^ liCl Dealer in straw. Any ^. Goods.y I'iu -$:{- Men of the lowest class.^Cj ^ ^^t Creditor. {Gram.\'Ji Tradeswoman. ^ijD ^ .The milky . copper. ba- ^"b . o. domestic Sjl?J ^^ ^\j ser- siness. Weakened. Sovereign. -^ Courier. Yotary. Votary.f^iJ' corroborating a word as Mei'jf.S?'" o To trade. Follower. Dross of iron. oCi P A straw barn.i> Is^^cj^ j^ other. . To feed (an animal) with. Seasoned (food). Trade. in front of. ^ j. Jcj'i ^ j^ with a very precious Hatred. x^j coming next. CaJ To gather straw in a granary. wrestlers. o. Smoking-tobacco. at the heels y^ o Co -J:}- Follower. Wine-mei"chant. Uninterrupted. Successively. Gift.^ Scaffold. (a dish). Chastisement. dealer. Subject of a power.) Appositive. Following. ^Cij ^. to fi\sj ari'ive successively. i P -S- ^7 J.f. Revenge. Cjy>3\ 'J t^j To show hostility to. in succession. mercantile affairs.) ^. ^. Follower. Masterpiece. Befoi'e. to bewilder a. ^y'^.|. beast). To put on small di'awers. To shade (a stuff). Mad. Seasoning. Straw-coloured o£j '>s^'i '^Jr^-i :j4-. longing to property of. {See *>j) «^> oi^ -8- Followed.

fleshy ZjV/ & cut Sj "jj — To drive a. P Bedstead. n'/j Earth. To soil a. concealed. To leaven (the fi> %c\ To shake.ujj <-j. bustled. To cause an Land-mark.i. He sank from wealth ^'y\ C* juJ ^"ji into destitution. -^ -H-ii- To be soiled with earth. ^ i^ v'J'J vt^ Stammering. Lustiness. To be shaken. (». X^vC^ Suffering from an indigestion. Solitary. oIj^j "4 Jj*' ' <-/jy} To have an indigestion.J ?*l. To . ( See cjjj ) . To be bruised by a blow .'j o ^'j -i^ To be severed (bone). ) i ^ij -H- ^'j^i v^v"-' ^'>'-' . Earth. to stir a. A t_>'jb ^''S ting-place. Fat (man).^' assume an earth-like appearance. Terrestrial globe. 0. jC Sjll. Tall. indigestion to.. Match. limit. I J^ Weaver. j\'y To be full of earth C jv^^j C'jp a fc_»y -U- To have To be destitute. To become and fresh. Full of earth. ( for ^iji i'^j a Destitute. th. Vo Rotten part (of a tree).SAj *_)]. CM. -< To be rotten. Black colom".jl To become *i^ o'-pv -H- Boy. To UsjS ^ take. To retire apart ^ A from. ( See S>\ . jt^iS 2^ ^\ . ^\au '^\~. To confine. Poverty. will set you right. sj^^ Misfortunes. •<> To be worm-eaten (wood). <j"^. Contemporai'y. Grave-yard.y. ° -^ Inheritance. indigestible food.«^5 ^J t j^jJ boundaries.. raised platform. friend of a. sja Jt w^i^i j. Jjti jCJ? Talkativeness. To y off a. Companion. Sy SjI^j ^ ^cl A piece of land.« ) J sour. (a room). To render sour. To be rich. Fi'iend. th. xS^iJ To become dust (corpse). shock. clUi-il ck. To board cXj To sit on a soft bed.> () . r-. \j/jijfj o'l^J^ — To go away. Throne.i3^ End of the fingers. navvies. To throw earth upon a. o. To chatter. titute. dust. Black. Tomb. bad circumstances. th. i-jlSn-~j To Vj^J ^j' -x set boundaries. a.i» n Stammerer. Inarticulate sound. o'jii Bolt of a door. Seai. To b3 moistened too much (dough. Music-hall.. objAkt} oljj cXi P 5 iSjt To be contemporary. fi. with dust. To i_. Palanquin. . Hurry. Gallery. leguminous plant. -^ Mill-clack. o. ^i-fj cX>lt ^ Ci-ij "CJib Heavy. Breast upper-part of ^j/j ^ "Ci^J the breast. Irorders. coeval. to border upon fi> Earth.jJ^ Dolphin. to Architect's strinj^. Bringing *^J ^ duat (wind).ick:J o (man). Litter. Ribs.. mud). away. To spriukle (a To make a ceiling. Soiled with dust. Leavened paste. ~ ° Grave diggers. . <f dust in the hands des- Sesame-dregs. fat. Thlaspi. dj\'J To be veiled. -^ To stammer. To cover with earth. cjjU) ?sofa-bed. jj. destitution. n Mee- c^ Capital of a kingdom. words. Indigestion. Ward-robe. Loathing food (man). -tf- To utter idle Jj ^ » transform into leaven ( paste). o. to settle the limits of. Foreigner having a ^\ilc> bad Arabic pronunciation.J Cj\j. cJf-J:^ crumble to dust. To be (place). jaU Fat. ^y t ^'J Dusty (place). for ii-ji ) ijj . — dough). worm-eaten.^^. letter) with sand.

^^ Mouth of To be grieved.'s self with.. to omit Intrenchment. '^fJ. ^j ^ «j-l^ -^ To bequeath a. Biography. ^\yj >j-'jti To for. ^^is-^' ^In)l j^\'j} k^XJ rr Ci\^^'J dragoman. ram(ju part. to . with a a shield. Treacle JG Art of making shields. ^ jy jy\ j\'j thick. ^rJw . Truffle. The Septuagint. Interpreter.Ji -^ tion. a streain.'J'\j To lead a delicate hfe. to leave oft'. Flight of stairs. transla. To rush into peril.^lnJO Ts jr tJ^>- Libertine. <^\y Wine. a a. Place \ \ full of lions. Dead. th. To behave inordinately. hard. •^The reverse. th. to a. To bf full (vessel). To give up a. to render a <Sy\j o^j a. ^ijil (life). balance. accurate (balance). Comfortable. inordinate. Introduction. Sadness. ^j \'y ^ ^. — Slight incision on the skin.^>l^' ^ Si^J v^^'^' a f. (Sj a sjji To be luxuriant (plant). tijj^^ jjt Effeminacy. n Hirer of donkeys. afflicted. sake a. Strong. 0. Jjfe-Ll. ^l>Vij (>-'j a ^J -»• . To hasten to do (evil). ClTj^j (is'J i'J -IIto abandon.^ a Flooding a valley (stream). ^3\y fi> ^ Large lemon. ! . Delicate To arm shield. Interpreter. Dubious. Disk (of the sun). Preface of a To close (a door). Sappy (plants).. the wrong way. To provide a. Door-keeper. o. ^^-^j Ts Theriac.\y To scarify (cupper). a^jjc^'^ -r *-^Cnf j ^j-'J^. to dessicate Sudden death.Ju^jj yjj> To fill a (vessel). Light-minded. j''^i'jii w'^'jl <f To hit a man on the collar- i j'J ^ bone. (i. To effeminate. sorrow.^^1^7 Wooden bar. To forsake. To per- To freeze (water). . Garden. given to >S^j SjC^ by delights. Clavicle. balance). Shield-maker. (life). To \t'Ji write the biography — ~ Interpretation. Scales. s ^'J'\j ^"J ^'J\j> mischievous. Right. ~Sji Pe -H- Wealth. 5 iTy a. to th. Hard and thick. To harden. Welfare.jji a Scanty (stream). Well-being. softened (boy). Canal of irrigation. o. ^'J. jfc severe in a. to fasten tli. Shield-bearer. o. o. antidote. o''Ji\j tj^'y To interpret. ^ ^j ^-'j Ordnance survey.•\ ) cTJ" find difficultiesin Arsenal. th. hardy. an other. * f-Ji book. . bulwark. To neglect. translated. straighten. To To a. dried up. Shield. dry. To be filled (vessel). Wicked. j ^\'Jlj J A— Lr^ui iJjC To intrench themselves (army). o ^j-y 5 ^"j Ungrateful. ^Ji -S- To be ijj^j Vjj a jj>3 q\ jS \jj. th. (pleasures).'s self with a tr-jtij — To protect o. easy excess. Flood-gate. f. Biographer. two Interpreted. o.^ a (a science). Muscular. 6. To fill up (a vessel). Ij . ^-^ Channel between seas.^Sj \j ru'jij '^'Ji I fastened. stingy. Citron.^s^ fi^ ^ jp ^ » To rectify (the weight in a translate from one language to of. Prone to py To sadden. be straightened. Painful f. Barricade. Relish..*_. to grieve a. i'lik^^j sJC^ Ts J^J -H^ J-jp/j-J o o^'Ji 1 To jp ^'j a t^ _*5 To be wicked. evil. Door.J Jl. stingy. coUai'-bone.

lose. Heirloom. ^.iij ^'^'^ To withdraw from Place and cause of fatigue.. Turkish. o quiet. o. cause the /bj loss of a. reiterate words.lrlfr ^' 0. Dearth. Fall. To conceal laughter. o. .:r^\'/ -r f. To be tired. th. th. to shake To make a. a term J fi> j. exhausted. ^\-. Ninety. ^'ji Fs v_. <i4^ Ts To appoint a time..*ji -^ to a. <) o. j. Bridle. ^^ ^ xilj The ninth. of nine threads (rope). ill^jj xJ'Jcj' ^ dhj ^\ .\ ^f. Forsaking. CLi7 a ^J-^ To render unhappy. Fatigued. s ^ «. Clouds. I 'uhappy. Languor. 0. Jjvi ct^. unhappiness. To be ^iV&OI J— -^ unable to express o\s self. To ill-treat. Turki. ninth part. Water left by a torrent.'s self about tftjj a trifles. rein. Trifle. o. To a. to vociferate. S. toil. To fitj i — make a. . Compound No vena. o. to tire a. Slipper. th. Underground passage. abandonment. i\j u o JiT -fr dismiss a.f. PI. remorse or sorrow. |^ — November. (God). To compel a. Mulberry leaves Ci j ll5 -^ gathered in October and November. to v'-i. To To down in the sand ^'^ (beast). To become nine in number.j '^ -ft- a. Filth. ^\^S ^ oCJij Tired. Stumbling-block. Ninetieth. sandal. a To exhaust a. Nineteen.^ Ninth. \'jz a J^) ^ ^ Lupine (kitchen-plant). o. ^ "ii^ij^ Avoman. ^j-i^i ^j^> wretched. To busy o. Woven shoe. a To pull out (a tooth. Toilsome (work). vomit. \^. Fatigue. fatigue.^h •<fj language. To agree on leaving a. ^ ^^ want of teeth (old Nineteenth. or a. Destruction. j u)l cc^^j^ Ch Autumn. Persian manna. Nine. o. Weariness. . hideous. '^i ^^yj oU^^ T Leathern socks. Empty egg. Fees. a ^0 -^ ^ Nine and nine. inheritance. o. Toil. man). cJ^j~> Gs P »J: ^ Bleeding abundantly (wound). ^ |j^ (blood). grant a truce to a. to do unwillingly. Hunger. To To perish. To let a. fi^j To break (a bone) anew. tiring. *Jyj lijj bequest. destroy a. To stumble. ill-luck. Misfortunes. Loss. Evil. Stumbling (horse). xLm Stumble. o. miserable. To utter idle words. To burst with rain (cloud). Truce. ill-luck. X'j^X' < a _^j -J1- October. Worn out vJ"-'" "^J by care. of nine. To weary. Turk.Un a mination. To vessel).«j Turkmans. Desert. Ter-^l^'l fight. ^ •C._J5 w. CLj a ^1j -KTo take ths ninth part of.. th. To speak confusedly from To be the ninth. to stammer (confusion). fatigued.Llit ^ flhj /^ ^ 1 ii. Branch stripped of its dates. nine. Vomiting. jCj To pei'ish._^iJ v"^ To ci-y out. Ch To spurt from a vein To burst out (skin). To j j^-if 1j (_^.jLiJ^ Ugly. sink a stone). ii\'f\ ^^ A Tuik. Iron helmet. ^^ i » fill — (a Middle-aged unmarried (J. t **!»' o^Sjij ca^'jI Ts i x^i«^j ^. Appointed time.C eV ) To To hi languid.

's body.[ <>• To To spit (a fine saliva). To arrange. soi? — To fatten (a laud) A To fall do^vn. jiCo fill (a jar). th. See jSj. To make a paltiy gift. <fj j!cj> become dirty. Fie! For shame! Inborn disposition. Finished. be angry. To bring to pei'fection. Dimple on the upper. to honour God ). little. To boil (pot).> up. ji^. "^ o i jij -^ leave off the use of >u: a J. Fox. To study (a science) tho. to put ^ xiui? <-j jijl — JtJ -»• Fat (man). fi> ^}£^ Spittle of fine saliva. a. To be meagre. tush Dirt under the nails.ouJt^ J^l ment of water. Apple. A - little. To boil fiercely . . Jj^ fi> ° To bud. y: i o [ yo — — ^^ ^^ -ft- by watering it with muddy water. lip. Diy grass. To make (odour) to be bad. Sedi. oCj oS Jj -ft- To let down (a rope) in (a To charge a. To perfume o'. To show contempt by the ^. to ( for jfeji j^j ^ rely upon. o. and break it. stupid. Perfection (of a work). ^ J^ To trample foot under d fi> dvrfej -{f med. jijj j£j. (of the sea). Sprout. sj^il. -uith a foul deed. To for stain (a place) with blood. To cut. o. \£ To sow (corn-seeds).s self. U-j To To I Steadfastness. i be \»j2j *aUjj ^4ajj V^ij a *4' "^ small. Skilfiil. a L^ spit. to carry a weight. n To hft.'s back. To guard I Jj -a- Dirt. musket. To di'ivel in speaking. Caraway-seed. To have a foul odour. Ci>7>: ^ -^ To spit (blood). Rubbish. ^Cfeiiij Ts "^^ Musketeer. (tank). xJilj Opportunity. The haunch-bone. ( OA i ) 0^ -ft- To set in 4> ^ijl oi'der. -liiil i^ijl Tastelessness of a dish. To •<>• tasteless (food). to tread upon. Carbuncled face. to dispose with art. Spittoon. Apple-tree. leave off the care of o. 2Af^ a. fie. down. perfume and smell bad.^ Small coin of about a half-penny. Seasonable time. th. Corn-seed. Ticking of a watch. Aj 5 Sc o ^ -{^ To lead (a beast) behind o. lU-smelling. clever (man). well). To be ^^^ J To throw a. a To 5. Sloven. Slime of a well. to fasten a. To slip a i"unning-]ace into (trousers). oi4j ^ <ii. ji^j Gun.J^\ roughly. mean. to settle. " A cX5 cJJ -« Seejj. xSiii=d ) To trust in. Veiy small. Perfect. (wine). — ij^ — ^_. 2X1 ji ]j 'cU? di -^j dX^_ ^ Xi^l Second of time. j Tasteless (food). To shiver from cold or fever. to a ^j -S- Strong. ^ ji~A a forth shoots (tree). An ij a apple. Foam Ju>j JCcj j^ Bodkin. o"'^ -^ s i o\'Juj to crush n To load j^i J^ "i'Jth (a gun).' -i)-^ »'_jZ I ^%s.s^Tj \ IjtJj To inebriate a. { ^\ ( ) i a To iear. th. :Ufe«5j *^ Te Trousers-band. ' Buds.! cP To improve good a. Trifles. Apple-grove. rifleman. improved. o. ^(^ ^ ^u7 :ci ^ agaiiiSt. Coriander-seed.u^ (cooking-pot). Improvement (of oiiil a work). Badger (animal). unperfu- iLj. »^ xiii ii. th. Filthy (man). To leak To exude (sweat). -^ Monastery of dervishes.:yi. weakminded.|j word : ^\ lij.

Length a. of the neck. Aj 5 ( o^ ) a. to a. o ja* in possession (cattle. follow.A shed). (man. ^1 jiC To beseech in a well).^^C ^ 1 he perish! Ass.. to follow anand raise the head. jfjj To drive (a beast) vehemently.5U ^ X^t payment of a debt. Portfoho. a.il7 To precede To To put off the 5 — — Height.vyi 5^ »ilU7j dinj i. Unavenged (bloodIn a desperate state (sick pers. that. ^ ^ Ji To be home-born. H^me- sickness). May Help-boy. To be in a good state ZJ^ — ^"JG fi. slaves). !Aj -«- Hereditary.). (a jar).. To throw To let down Jl^ 'J. Laziness. Wasted. o. . j^7 of lying down. i»^ a wii. -^ To be worn out.yj^ To take a. tall (man. 0. Jjj a^l_j To erect. spot. or acquired whenjliij aX alii To leave off. Long-necked. 0. ^"J-j remnant) of a debt. To stretch the neck 4=J_j . ^t b f. ^— 'ij^. To be asto- ^ — nished. J ^ ^ Ci. 0. To gather property. to prosecute. loss. Spendthrift. to lose. j. To ask (the ij (pers. Dangerous (/". th. time). To stay. :a7j £c Neck. violently. pers. To ruin. Erecting his head. To acquire home-born property.^G ij This. (a bucket Destruction. transfer a debt from one to another. she-ass one year old. slave etc. as a disciple. a waste. shameless. ^c/.!>Cj jijj £li1 ^ J-17 Strong (man). Ju:_i coming down a valley. ^yj ^ 'Ji A loss. — pererogatory prayer. Brazen-faced. To be spoiled. 5 I^JC aTcI born slaves. tji.To break (day). -^Penitent (of a confessor).). to lift the head CJj a ^6 -Jf To follow a. Worn out oUU •• Way Spoiler. . Hill of rubbish. a. of the ^ J^ ploughshare. To \s. Jeweller. th. To follow.\'f. young (cattle. . Jt 5 To To »j s Jtzi seek to obtain To come consecutively. To make a su. o. To forget a. To perish. To make (a liquid) to drop. ^Si To perish. a. th. imitate a. ruining. a Ruins. To read (a book) a. disciple. 0. road).).. To destroy a. Stream oUiJj iiti j. Original possessor of a th. th. gazelle). long *>j n ^ ^ ^yf' iSjiJ i rr ^'P -S- Cub of the fox. Erect (spear). i^. o. j -U. Lost.j ^^'i -^ tary. To destroy. .To recite a - Palm-leaves ^ii ^ ^^ . 0. j. j. o/'ili'i)di. n li'l -tf- ^ 1 is other. long-possessed goods. th. to cj /b 2^ ji. wasted. Heredi. To walk behind a. ^^i (business. 0. cattle. th. ^ aJ Uj . aC To possess i^roperty by inheri.A aul tance. Dying (sick (knife). To fill be filled (vessel).%j Ca7 a . To draw (water).i^ (a vow). o. th. 0.Jii:J) fi To make a. To remain (debt. Spoiling. j^yc ^ JLUJ S i^. To become of a. dUi -» "^ Perdition. a *$ student. to forsake a. th. destroyer. To accomplish To be long (neck). Desert.C steed) Of high rank. Child. To furrow Furrow a. ^H o!A£* Lavishsr. s j:js ii'lfJ_.jSJ ^ basket. :cLi7 Pillow. to dwell in a ^ a alu — the disciple J {jj^y^j XjJ place. o^Ui Vj ixi-Hj ^'ifi To shake a. To ^'i!)| tie (a beast) and drive Jyjij Jyijj *j s 'ji'\ JC> J it. Pupil. to spoil a..

f^j ^c^cji \o^'<^ To be fully-develo- ^ '\ To aim at. To Reading. horse. big (camel). o. Supplement. End. tion. to repair towards. To put an amulet upon (a child). stiff (spear. Following. Remainder. I *>a >^j . Young one Corollary. forth. going. to (a wounded man). o. Having a Rich. To be completed. Tall. o\'J^j ^^> J^ J^ '"'J^ Then. Lofty (building). Companion." look for a. Consequent. to accomplish. Mouth. a pepper-plant. To have a large stock (man). Tunny (fish). full ^ fi> attain growth. Strong. J^HT. oU-^j v7i^ w entire. ^oift Consequently. ^ 'J ] ped. j< vXj To To give the finishing stroke it Camel's hump.£i ^ *j C ' 1 Amulet. Afterwards. th. To be elapsed (month). To come one >U. Stammerer. Full moon. to fulfil.^^ a. Full moon. (camel's hump). accomplished.A s jiX. Completjl . Term. Performance.\:Jj C'\^j C-V^'j Uo v To achieve. ^^^ ^i^y j. ^ \tji~ a \lj! Complement. To be Dealer in dates.= a (moon). The longest night of the year. i. th. Trace. Neighbourhood. following his ^y. fat <tXA'^ ^ dl^g hump). sj^ ^7 'Scl -with s J^j \y^ o J^ ^ A J^ j^\ dates. To imfij s prove a. a. 1 :11) ^ c^I^ -« i ^liSv^j C-lv i/ii. to stammer. To fatten (cattle).). Dates of Tamarind.. Hatchet. adept. th. Name of a tribe. Remainder of time.^ Sea-monster. J^A: Compound used To be altered (food). footstep. To stunt (a child He is still sitting. Jt jl v ~" To execute (an order).^ ^^ ^ > >«Ouj a. to complete fi> ^rj-l^ —^ j -S- (a favour). «- To compare things together. entirely. To be near to bring forth. Basis. complete. o. 0. Consequence. staff). th. C "x -^ To To mispronounce. ^^ oyjci Spade. mother. j^^ -r Hinder parts. ^ To ask .J and all. At last. o. to collect be high * Ci in a. Recital. At the end. Rumps. th. ':u. all sorts. Perfect . in singing. supplement. . of dates J\'J ^ z2i a To be hard. :i^ tall. Posteriors. Equal. Follower. votary. Draco (const. July. luCj ef^ Ju:>J Relieving a. Enormous snake. Nursing of the sick Hospital servant. s — Protection. 'j. (female). j:_. — To complete. Completion. for chewing. To dry (dates).r^ Near to bring Full moon. To feed a. — Knot at the end of a whip. i^ti. A dafe. — complement. country). ^\j. li^jj 'Jj iJlj To be remote. J{ — To finish. To biar many dates (palmtx'ee). Relating to dates. i»Uij i^ a '<^. "^ Cj i complete. to follow a. ii: j^-G 'Jj a Similar. Full of dates cXJ^ r Residue of a debt. To inhabit (a fixed abode. To be full j. ^ sickness). To persevere To To gather. Fond of dates. tall. ^Vater-spout. tail of Dry dates. »>c ask i. ^1^3 Completely. To perform a. Betel.

heliotrope.s. Small vessel.^ Miti'e. ja for.y. To repeat (an action). idle talks. in speech. To hi ero^vnod. Bronze. Repenting ( man )._^ yt Wearing a GarUc. Bible. j ^.J:lj ^. Fault.a -Ji- be neglectful. (actions.iiUj P Cone-bearing Short. Persian coin equal to 9 piastres. ^ Impediment Nonsense.j^. "^ix'pi «'J> ^ To be tamted.Jg O^j o oU Tihamah. 5 ^"Ji To have an oveu. To dip into a soft li^j ^'y o ^t substance (finger). o. th. To How (water). Dwarf. Tree of the desert.'^ *iC«. Turban. nar.7 ^_l To purpose He is dying.j ivji Pearl. come back to God. in the To hasten towards. Zinc. Silver-bead. wj«j. coast Suspicious. Ear-ring. Transactor. \'p o Jl^ He came directly fj: sG. Turnsol. To look intently at. (God). To find (a country) unwholesome. Love-philter. J G. propensity. Forgiving tty ^Ij ^\y cjy -ft- To pursue al^)^ o-U. li^jj i^'^ To Jl^ijfjjj Cg^jj Dj'}jj C5^ JC -!^ long for. oV^ ^ *)/j iVy a Just now. -^ Lazy.. (th. cJS. Ostrich-egg. th. ic ^ To To forgive a. :u J jijj Sj^J-^Desert. 5 — incite a. ^"i^ — N. cS»i^. Tinker.Uj j. oiIJijj 3y To j. ^^^ To ^iL^j ^13 li^i in (a place'. mistake. Pearl-shell." jj. ^^ -^ See ^j : Suspicion.:j -H- To crown a. . dl:J 'ijr^-> " Ts '^^ -M- To befall a. j^: Mosaic law. Earnest. To be C^j a ^^ -1^ exhausted To dip bread in A W^ o ^ti ^ -{^ (camel ).J for j. Mulberry tree. I'ijJ a -rci -Jt- r^^ A t^ Tk -^ circular earthen j^y^ ^ ^yij Wearing Crown. atonement. -r Unslit dress. x'^'^) t>. o.J \ ) wJj» in the September. 9r>->'J t^j. to desire earnestly a. charging with. of Arabia. (event). Betel. Repenter. i. mulberry. Misfortune. *X)-^ '^y Strawberry.jL To be dim (sight). vain. fatigue. o}7 4) To <3)| Jl. of death. o. To put on a crown. \j^ o -[y] -r j|^7_. eager to obtain. charged with. contrite.^ "^'yi XsC Stink. To go y. to stink (meat)f . directly.cX ^ (God). ^i^^J false. words). o. Tihamah. Antimony. Single knot). fir. (butter). of ad. .^j i^J Suspected.li)l c^jt Tutty. Sorrow. C^j a ^ -tt- Pesire .). a. to return v^-"'. necklace. j^'J CjJ) <-j ^i>j\ cjj> ° ^^'ilcl mulberry. 'y -^ To practise witchcraft. f. contrition. To repent.^ Ten thousand.i^_. ^y^ ^ Effeminate.7j game in all directions. Tinman. _^^7^ ^^^ ^ i^J. stop o ^. indigestion. To be made a prince. to inhabit it. ^^ ^ oC>_jj P to God."j Cy »_il" -H' Witchcraft.. a First Coptic month ° Rapsberry.^i: A milky plant. _^yj j.0 j^ *^>5Jj xV^ ' " ^ rr^yj -ry Tin-plate. C(X»J *. Ill-smelling. . A — to XiJ. ojfc^ . o. ( ) ^^:. ^j ^j^ii -^ To show a craving ^ 3^y-> To sleep. a crown. Necklace. Sulphate of zinc •U5>j Cj4> used as collyrium. Rapsberry. To afford y^\ matter to suspicion. ^M7 ^. Petticoat. agony <_!:.h «:4^ -^ P -S- To repeat \yp o jt * %'jt\ 'jA Jl._^ o ^C To hi prepai'ed for a. penitent. Repentance. G-y o rr^> -fi: Tobacco smoked ghileh. (fold.

fig. To pluck (the hair). jCj •^ To perplex. To be decreed. To take. disordered in mind. haughty Cf^i i eC -JiTo go astray. Stupid. To be perplexed. astray.» nature. Roe-buck. jy a jj -STo destroy (wealth). madness caused by love. jt.i ment.^ Buck-like illij -^j ?r ur-i^ ^ -^ iLZ^^j . o^>j Stray. Dashing waves. fixed to a.J A ^VjI dain (a. Mistake. To vomit. : Waterless desert. 0. o. fool. that. stupid. To be proud. to lead To distract a. 'VilJ Enslaved by love. to preor. a fig.^^ is Forward. th *iJ A * jt.sy\ Lost. To enabark rashly Prone to evil. To Slaughter a home-bred pass away (wealth). 0. o.C»Ij To enslave a. iJC fi. (good or evil). Home-bred ewe. j «clj *li -if- together (waves). o. tji To win a. haughty. a. ewe Slave. •> To be absent-minded. Vehement cui-rent. haughtiness. j. ii\j o «i^ -HTo be disordered in mind.Bewilder- ^ J^ rClfj Ci\>-:^>j o^Jj . Fig-tree. <>-Absence of mind. Waterless j. 0. 0. 2. th. Name of a place. ^ To distract a. To ba absent-minded. ^-^ '"L" desert. in what not ^0. To be proud. »i2j trCib cr>^ Goat-buck. ^ ySi COtJ i jC -» Of shore stature. (God). fl. To render a. Ca» i ^^U -STo dash together (waves). Buck-shepherd. 5 iSJj i ^'G si- Kindness.jj ^'J — To away. Stubbornness. Name of a tribe. ilal A great fool. decreed. Proud. passed away (wealth).) to a. To predetermine. with (a stick).M_ buck. A fig-tx-ee. to carry a. oU^j aCi Wayless *4^*j •ici^j *ici^j '^i-?tf^j^ laud. Time (repetition) {See Jc). ^S^ The she-goat became a jii^l ^ ' '7?. to go astray. 0. Go on gently! jlj \'sA G i i!li^ To swell.*-. ^u Proud. *ijtlj oCi'l ^ -u^ To become a buck.(•\T Buck-like. th. Amulet.clj «i. To abase a. ^ Distracted. meekness.oU^ c^^j A^ To ifj^ \ To be a fool. jC. to dash Cl3j-) JC -ft- Indian fig. e a vile man bicame mighty. 0. *i^ Wayless desert. o.i ) i dU? jXi -^ ^ Jz> To be enslaved by (passion). »j ) spread (water). bewildered. J GJj ^C -K(affair). ^Cj . (love). ( ^j c jiil ' This. Pride. To ran headlong (into J evU). s «u1j ey To perplex a. o. -^ Bewilderment. obstinacy. Roe-buck.^1 ^ »^j cy «>» ^C. o. Proud. fi> . Haughty. Fig-garden. lead astray. wandering.lj Jl in. Ordained. To facihi s ^ci tate a. to destroy. To strike a. Intruder. f. interfering of his concern.j h To become easy to a. (fi'om want). Severe. To flow and \j\*^j Ujij Ctl" i fC -ft- erf To wander. of iU.

To establish To obtain revenge from. di"Ow. To know heart. To tran. to consoli- — Heaviness. To act deliberately. to remain in (a place). JS\j Jj*\ a proof. To feel cold (man).To call for help in order to jtiSjll^ fine a. To recognize a. th. i_j ? — fix a. down (a name). To act slowly. To ba upon news). To declare a. 0.\j' ! . Zj\J y\ n Certification. To retaUate a murder. ^ -{^ persevere in doing *j 5 Jt th. comfortablj. to contiuue. th. -^ ^To administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to a. (wound). the Koran by ^'^\ c-^j ° To bleat (sheep). c3--l J cjIjj ^ — — Steady.To avenge a. To O^Jj L"CJ o c-P To withhold To fear a. To quench (the fire. To be steady. oC-il ^ c4' demonstration. To prove. Firm. o. keep them thirsty. Constancy. Encampment. To con. PL Trust- worthy men. 0. affair). Dew. the watch (for . — o. z^i z^ Steadfastness. prudently. ^ proved. to demons- Gaper. Index of a book. last. trate a. To write retaliate. to fasten.' ' (^i^j C\j a To be covered with dew iSU a (plant). o. Selfpossessed. Spider.^4-^ date. To keep to a. To ba incumbent upon a. strengthen. <>-To receive the Sacrament of Confii*matiou. for certain.Ziy^j Zi(Jj z^ ness. from. Yawning. ijiigantic tree. ^jS^'^ "^ ^JUiij wi^ ^\j' -ti- jcj -ft- iU To have a true knowledge ot\^\j ^if Damp.:. night). -fi- To hi fast. to seek revenge. i^U -J}- To water (animals). To be proved against a. ajJsfi>j v^Uij SMjj To To hold a. To disable a. revenge. th. th. Foul action. Disease confining to bed. th.?y. necessary. persistence. brave. To be zX^ i-etaliation. to bed (disease). forcible argument. ascertained. CCi o Li To be finished (affair). ^^vJj >Jj »Cy' y_j\\] 5 . . from its place. j — To yawn.'iCi o z^ resolute. a. To remove a.^o. 0. o. th. sllcJ > ulj To confirm. Blood-revenge. anger). To fitj s uu -fi- To sit dovna. (affair). Brave. to ascertain To seek blood.c^ ("\r) cSL* Scar of a wound. Steadi.^ s jU ]j \'Jj a Jj -Hfiij s z^\ a. th. To become sluggish. a To To a. dwell. firm. (duty. Proof. dewy"(place. 0. To ask for proofs. with (a spear). <^j^j s. To persevere in. languor.

unmercifully. (\t iSt To complete. To be big-belhed. To beat a. - . a J?J -J^ Ampleuess of the Big-belhed (person). Midst of a valley. to enlarge a. Effeminate.'s self energetically to. o. blood). ^(Uj ?^. stiff. To hush a. To be silent. 5U. To render a. r. o ^— -J^ » FaUing very thick (rain). ^ ^i-j] To distress [a. o. To apply o. To crush. Wild goat. t <i-' ^ iiTci jr^. c'^-^i ^'- To be covered with wounds.) c^ To put To be Troop together. o. Uppi-r part of the back.i7 * ^j ^ s^. o. To exceed the bounds in.s of pressed dates. To flow. th. To j — make a great slaugther among. ^> (evO. to overcome a.Ci To To mix^(dates) with fi> o J>d ^ the dregs. Voluble (orator). ip incessantly busied about. To discharge rain ^^1j C4«J i j. to improve a.oJ ^J^ \'J. y^ ^ J? j^M . ibex. — ojib Cj(J 'J^ijI Numei'ous company.jj coarse. o. Large (bag). thick. I^ij o Uj 5 (stil ^5-4 o o^' "^ thick. _. extend. rude. To become '"CjUj vli-. Torrent. To praise a.-?Sjj r-sJlj ^j>ij b« J To let flow (water. . of horsemen. sleep). o.0 ^ -{^ suddenly (sky). belly. Sj * JJ Th. speechless. Thick and I road Dreg.

' ^ jjj a j^ b jij ^s^ amise. nSnake {iuQeneral). To pour (goods. To upbraid J^j i' v^'-" ~ Having thin eye-brows. a.*C.^s'/ a jjj i\'j' o \'S derable. Cold in the head.o^b t '^^ with. Earth. To be wet.^yj ^ ^Jj Fat (ewe). from [ I became foes {jjrov.-l between them. J^ To have the -J1- teeth yJ\Aj . wealthy. To feed a. >\. o. i. Prater. . naultiply (wealth. candlestick. To CJ i A i^^'ij i. Ja^ C "Vo ) Having an incisor . Breast of man.^ ^ 'Uy j» >^' tooth broken or fallen..).* jajj -HMii-e. Chap on the lips. ^s^\ lr*. Heavy. blood). Fresh To become warty. th.j ^. To give vent (to water). h'J a 'jj -Si Holding much I'cloud. ( a'j'j j(:'j i a sick s ? C Ir' i^'J -^ thin beard.'J a f. To multiply words.7 -«- To try to know Venomous juice thorny tree (a news) in lying. jUj — -ft- * Jj dried has been ^l. nose). Fat of the intestines. . To have a cold. o. scanty hair. Lustre. (vegeta'bte). tribe).J^*j "^J To scatter a.-Gy^ ^S'jhXiJ -• '^J To undress To have a 'i^^j xi^'lUj Qakj'i 'U -«man). company).tSl. ^j^jj jj\'j ^ cjjJj JiJ ' Long and thick snake. Fresh dates.a ^iJ -^ To kill (a beast) without To make a raid against. people : ^ — *j t\'ji\ 5 Breast (of wo.k_/3lj . I To moisten. To water (a ! — field). ^pCi. opulence. oil»j Or^J To water. ^ ^'-i j. thick.|j^*( The cai'th * iS*J Loquacious. a Ja«j water). Loquacity. Torrent-oCi. to wet (the eartli). To scatter i . She-fox. ^syJ j> o^i'J To wet a. Rich (man).'J * j^. j'J'\ I give 'rj'Jj 'ojj'Jj \jj'Jj I'/ i J -a- To be plentiful . ji(J ^ »j'-*^Jj >jj^S Big-bi"easted (woman). e. water ( spring ). ^ Feathers on a cock's n? ck. Fleshy. moist. talkativeness. garrulous. ^ s^) Panada. To break teeth of. To dip (cloth in dye. i To bleed (wound. ^ "J To be softened by ^s'J'\j . milk ^shefi>\y o Wealth.k^y (a ^ -a. Watery ground. Opulent (man). th.(s.J -^ Water-course. . To b3 To cousL. -^ Mill-clack. To come t6 dinner unin. ^ Jj To mix (food). To bs swollen and chapped (hps). To flow forth (water. :. To vomit.'J Ancient name of Medinah in ^j^ Arabia. To patch up a. spring). -GU God). down rain (sky).'j Stream of water.xSj '\'J\ ^ J'Jj j'j3 man). Ck. To •i'ii*''' find fault ^yh a.^1 y^. to do* jyj .s'J water (ewe). Moist earth.'J vited. Thinbearded. o i-'J -S- .>-1j. Goods. the n yj\j . Pleiads. C-'J \ yj' -«- of the ^)j To become tainted (meat. to moisten * ijjj o Oj -fr . jj'Jj j\'J ^ . iil'J -S- \yj a . To cook (naeat) insufficiently. u Sjlill — its throat. Spider. iJ ^ •L'j1j. th. friends they^ ! a. soup. th. Full of milk rain (ground).j -S- crumble and soak bread into broth. Weak ^'»ii\ cutting Ji^' rain. To rich.J -^ jfcj. pap. Glue. To stink and split (hide).!. to increase (wealth. mamnia. '^'J a j>y broken or fallen. cs^lif ^ oCJj h'J -« Winged dragon. »jj} '\'J '^j'} j^ iS'S'^j Numerous .. camel) tea rs (eye).. To pull out the teeth (of a 5 yj snake). th. work).

to elude a. Cil a *-^^ Torrent never oCi. xisiv -Jf To slaughter (a sheep). ? — To stop all access to a pass. o. with (a spear). jjijj To be little To shift. Fox.Iiiil Male fox. To break. jj^ . To be red-faced (man). with.j'| To settle. goat). Fox. ic — To shed the milk-^ij ^\j jS's^ ^f teeth (boy). INIouth. Frontier of a ho. To soar aloft ( bird ). Jlifj ji. (a beast). To cast. v_)Uj1j t^Js Piercing. Orifice.?tile country.jl ^w Mi oClu -jij- Slov-paced. ^^^lo has one tooth jjj Jmj Jij ^ »^ ^ j. i ^j Fox-evil (fall of the hair). To break the front-teeth of. Chink. opening. jujuJ Jujiiij Lining (of clothes). Who has lost many wives. to bore A CiJ o <jAi a. To make a bole in. <-\3 i To bleat (sheep. 3iJ^ *J t» To put a skin beneath 5lij * o jij an arm-mill.'Ujj dian cress. cXJu ^ man. ' . To pierce.C^ — Tebe penetrative (mind).Front-teeth^^ take three wives. sediment. Frontiers. : versa tion with a To harden Knee of (the hands work). to pierce a »_i2Jj ^Js . ^ Juj Ju -{J- To disagree a. n To To a follow a. To make a breach (in a wall). ^^'hite clouds superposed. To shine (star). Pit of the neck. ^J u5 " ^ kJ^ Lower mill-stone. sjut j. Hyssop. To become hardened by •work (hand). Gap breach. To thwart ic jiu] He does not possess a. th. bored. ere. In. th. He has reduced him -JijVl :SJ iL to extreme destitution. th. jj -{f To bacome j'J] To crupper Crupjser. ^ s — To melt (ice. cunningly (from fear). Superfluous tooth. *U7 CJ -{^ To make (a goat) to bleat. »Uj To kindle (the fire). »_. ^j ^iUj To perforate. 0. y3\ jC^l serious (affair). to dent (a A |J. corn (except milk). e. supply (a pot) with trivet. j\xf.* jjj — aIj Bore. To spread ( odour ). To burn (fii^e'.a ^IjIj ^\^ o. o. wormwood. s jj] He has no sheep tJAj Sj 'Ck'i iJ C» nor she-camel i. SUJ a (guests). Nastui'tium.-^Ju through. a ji^ -i^ vessel). Gum of the teeth. 5^ v'^J v^ exposed to sunhght. 'J\J (liquids). Cii a ^ iLij To enter into private con.i. Support of a coooulj 'JUI king pot. to scatter th. Tick corroding hides. To b3 pierced. a. Mustard. Mountain-plant whitening when dry. To strike (fire)._^' ^ s^ vice. To appear on the head (white hair). Otter.J C ^A ) JLiJ To drive (a beast) s Ju\j from behind. generous. off. To stop up a breach. Ju — J^ ^ To have To flock ii'regular teeth.* ^Jl Callous parts of a camel. 0. j Jui To strike vrith the knees Ci. Dry food jiJ as dates. A wJ-J \j ~ ^ ^ — ^^2iJ\j k^Zi_7 To line (a breast-plate). nothing. ^ (she-camel). ^JiiS^j wJiij' -^ Divgs. Hole. ^ To produce called the plant (valley). 'iUj o w5j To ^J^ Mountain-pass. .i. JUj Skin put under an arm-mUl.. Confused speech. 5 Cij l ^ij To pierce a. ji. to form a sediment jUl jlSj more than usual. ^)J\MJ Jiwj Excess. _^1 - ^ ^iii -S- Xj^\i3 To be as white as that plant (head). Very white. grease). a Jackal.

improved. 0. ^. y her child). Loss of a child j^Jj JfcJ mother bereft cf her children. in skill. buried in the earth. Depi'ived of her child oy^h J^^ JfXil ^ weighty. ( ^Y) Fuel. Numbness. load. to bring up a. o. J^ iifcii. Shining Red-faced (man). Ci3_J u'a -^ tro ubl eso ra eness. heavy. be intelhgent. To find a. hai'd. Very strong ^aJjj child mother). Deprived of a child. weight. to overcharge a. To be troublesome for. To make JiS'\XA y. pipe. Sharp. ). Weight. y^ — To weigh a. zf ^u (hoi'se). -weighty. o!^l JuJi ^ jii 1 (i^SJj *»UJj U2J o wiJiJj . Fhght of ^^ ^X^- ^^ To be sluggish. Juil ^ J2j Piercing through. To oppress. load. Heaviness.'weU bred. overtake. To vie with a. To (ccin). (vinegar). To be . jjU To overburden a. in skill. To meet a. jii Hardness of hearing. To be hard (ear. 0. difficult. disciplined.^^sO To eat heavy dishes. (weight. heavy.: Any cause (of depriving a mother *_. clevei". Sagacious. n ijt\ju Weight of a balance. To crush a. ^U^ o ji. To be very seriously iU. heavy. Intelligence. sleep). Instrument for sti-aightening lances. ' (star). o. Valuables. th. narrow Ui< a »- Luggage. To To be slow. Dull. Weight. Crime. Important sedate. Struggle. d'prive (a mother) of state of a j' jfeJl Brought up. JlfeCj a friend. To become To sliii Crushed under a burden. th. in man ). Skill. Drowsy. clever. tinder. of full weight ^ J5U strike a. iUjj si?jj <>^iJ -^s. To ovei'come a <JuCj . th. acid find. dull (man). Men and genii. Gravitation. 0. jj fi> uiJ a C'~'' The deadJuJVl to be skilled in an art. penetrative mind.j3i. th. intelligent Very woman. To become (vinegar). jji^ . To ^jmj difficult. well educated. to overcharge. To outweigh a. sJujj ^ (mother). o.. th. word). 0. Importance. Charge of a household. Deprived of children. Penetrative (mind). f jijl debt). Tedious. To ic jif crush a. . Piece of marble used to fasten carpets. To double (a letter). Gold coin. tub 2. dull. ^jjj jcs ^JuSj To To lose (her : >UJj ^Isd a J%J ^• -S- Vi?ry clever. Overweighed. to or a. 0. To load. To straighten Burdensome. *_. -^ Tediousness.^ C^a^feJj — road. Canal. To a. Slugxx^j ui) gishuess. Ji&(i> j . o JSj the hand. jiij ( rear. )Z J^^\ A — Hole. (illness.cP To hi heavy. with a spear. with fi. place). th. (illness). Grave. To burden. To Ciui j ^isCli surpass a. Serious Dull ( a.^ sui'pass a. Tunnel. 0. To perceive quickly. 0.It 7 struggle. skilled. Drill. Treasui-es of the soil. painful. th. Gravity. To jj fi> 5 — Heavy. To be incessantly occupied about. a. 0. to contend. j^liiJ^ ^ Jui» Weight erjual to one dirhem and half. Slow jsS/i cleverness. 0. C-SO ^^Ci ^ To remain in (a Middle of a way track of a . j jU weighty.^Sii (her child). Weightiness. pass. Intelligent. -» be momentous business. burden. To track a.

(liquids) the third (by To break (the head).ii7j Notch (in a blade. wJ^U^ ^ *r_ii* To take the third fi>j s (ijj o o'u -^ v^ — dealer in snow. to slander. '^. Ice-house.^ o r-iJ To be covered with snow (earth). slanderer. Right-angled triangle. oUIjj utJip c. ' Oj'u ^. Ice . (^ky). to dent. ^^ Ci. ruin. Breach (in a wall). to fall in ruins. Ji}\j Jijj (jj a To be blunted (sword ) (brink . Oy^ . Wool. with ice.) Thirdly. Trinity. ^^ lumniate.angled triangle. a. th. Trian- gdar. a. To do a. Multitude of men. — To lose o. To reach the niator. o. A o D^ * To fill up (a well). Trinity (three Persons in one To drain off (a well). To become three. To be dirty. jl.- cA^J -^^ To be dented. blade. Calumny.1 .'s wits. jlij To be poured forth.^ljl Three. Barracks. S cJ^ Acute. th. Worn out (old man). ^CA ^ wUlj >Ju'y To cool. To ^. ^Jc ^ ^ ^y.ti -^ Slander. Apathetic. Calumniator. broken.l)| c-i-i^b . of . ^1 To repair. Thrice. to freeze Dishonoured.) ^ y. th. o.1j Qj a r4j upside down.y>U- ^ ^ fi> pigeons. To expel a. Dull. to cheer a. v/ater-worn). mark a letter with thi-ee To hold the doctrine of the Fallen to the ground and split (date). A— To be decayed. to ^o To thrice.sed of three. ^!Aj1 ^ wJj To cool. To jl j »_. 0. Reduced to the third part. Vice.c^^ — Trigonometry. (mind). cjVJ j> V"^ Thirteen. Three-pointed (letter). Thirty. Demon.i. v'^--. blamed (person). . o. Flock. 'jjif Three and three. c^j3j o^jM . Qj a ^0 To be benumbed with cold. To destroy (people). (a ).: 'j- To become the To th. Third. — -«- reduce points. i^. thirty in number. ^l. Threeo>ii/» angled.. To rebuke. their jA^J^ D* o^diJ ' :.^ ^ iij jij Flock of sheep. »j y(jjj y^ — to scatter. j-j^ To rush upon. tu fi> i ^ ji^Ii. ^}yoJ ju ^ yl .'^ o r-U ^ Mud extracted from a well. three times."^.ii. to ca- snow Snow.j Cause of blame. ^Jij become frozen. Snow-drift. a liu a Ab * C. Covered with snow. Reduced to the third (wine).L- a /J boi!ing). -i^ Cooled ^^ il^l To triplicate. triangular. -U^vSlj 'U5U)I Large ornamental writing. iG. (traveller). y To have plenty of wool. calums ^itl ^^1 u become snowy (day). calm ^. God). Cold as snow (water). Colours. cold. to ice. Triangle. fi> •<>• ^\j -Hr disparage. Doctrine of the (The Holy) Trinity. To overthrow (a wall). backbiting. Trebled. -^ i To notch in a wall. or fi-om third. to mend a. J3 Tuesday. vessel). to turn a. Stones and earth. otti^i Comp. ^ii^A^ > ^iS iS^ Third part. part of a. To snow.v. To be refreshed. j^Ij_j — *— (a drink). power has been destroyed. Tei-tian (fever). th. o^lu u ^ o5 C" They ai'e ruined.. . a vessel Jjj C-U Jj -aTo make a breach fi> . To Detractoi". Snow-white. To notch. To make a.A) Night-shade (plant).To Trinity. cii'j o^ Triliteral (verb). arrive third in a race (horse). to blame s Cjj lU i To trust in. ip — Decay.

th. To shade (a stutf ). c^\ jj "*^ Usufruct. Basket of palm leaves. To give to a. nip "ij^Xj _^j^S ^\S Fj-uit. *ii^\ To mix a th. To render a. to appi'aise a. Plant used ^yjiJ. weak (body). o. find or ifc J. "^ (^ y^^ jCiXLl. price. Antimony used as collyrium. 4> jJjL^i fruitful. iij b cA' s. . ^^ij rrJ^ -SManufacturer of variegated cloth. afterwards. th. Eighth. th. th. p^rty. V repair Pivductive. To take the eighth part of a. o. Large cistern. fond of.aiii^ ju}l. to ^ in- ^ sjij j:J the number of eight. Then. Eighteenth.i To become the To b3 precious valuable (th). ProjcMj jj. th. Here. Productive.>6 — To pluck up (the grass ewe). th. V_^'j '^' o Jii To remain (water). over there.Aj s — phans).'s u^ o ^ i -S- goods. Jc^^J JtJ Prone to. ft. soft — j^ iUii iiii/. the price of a. dui'ing ^^ To To To fructify. *^ Old man. Puddle di'yiug up ii^j To value. A To assigQ the price of. o. Useful. with *j 5 *C5 a til -Sgreasy dishes. fi> To discuss the price of. little or much. to abide. to bear__. To feed (or. Intoxicated. Shepherd's bag...J rich (man).i ^ij for stopping holes. cr^b SjUj o ^' a. Panic-grass.4 To grow o'd.!p_»i>I i To dig'ifc aiij-b -CjIj llx-ii o i -ui -»• mud s of a well. of a tribe's busi. Eightieth. iijj iU He does not possess t>'j Vj ui wUiJ V a farthing. To request a favour from s oiiJ-lf . Backbiting. Abode. j^ /^ To satui'ate (cloth) * Cci o with dje. To leave (a remainder).j Value.b JFruit-biaring (tree). . -ft- increase (wealth). feed a. profit.>l». jj\ To iuebriate a. Eighty. Fruit of the sorrel. ^_. th. Slime. on that account. C.yj^\ Ji^j Handful of dried herbs. jyi^i j^ -ft- To pick up. th. Eight. Intoxication. To ba smashed. rr. Child. To go to a water-hole. Moreover. To dye (the hair) with (henna). To be eight in number. a J«i To stay. A Knot at the end sZi\yJ XJ^ of a whip. : Repair. To break up a. fruitful. cUj v Remainder of ^i'Jj water (in a vessel). o. To exhaust a. perty. broken. octangular. lii»j %i* good or bad. To break a. Kidnej' b -an. — up (a hole for water). To assist a. s — -ft- i Therefore. Tribe of ancient Arabs. To get Ij^ o J. jij Jl. fruit. income. Tip (of the tongue). jii. Ruined i^ii» through his prodigality (man). to foam (milk). use. c ^ * - V V To get drunk. ^Q j^] summer. rc^j Picking up every thing. x^\j owl. numerous. iu love with. (drink). To Shadow. < To ' enjoy the use of pro- Eighteen. To collect.>. Calumny. Skin of ( the h3ad). progeny. Nick. restoration. Sour milk. o. Froth of milk. indentation. His good and bad qualities. * C^< To heap up ( things ) To a. to render a.ijb ( A Jj 5 — fruit tree ). o. To crease a. ^ jj ^r Eight and eight. Thamoud. iJL*jj iiijj *i^ iilij Manager ness. Drained (water). Thi eighth part. To froth. eighth. intoxicated. (expenses) j oil a she-camel (milking).^ . o.

^^ J^ -^ '^^ J^l -^ j^ ^ Other. to bend a. .cnJ ^ :dJ To smell bad (meat). estimation. Verses of the Koran. Behaviour.^''y\i ^\'J'\j vQ v> »r ment.. Ji_5l>» To gather o}b ijyi C>" o v^^ ^ (people). Te bear rancour double. tiJ a cm i — -fi- Cju «J. Doubled. To deter a. ^ Joist. to ^ J. from. CC^ — health. 0. To ask a reward from a. ^-^-' ~ To retribute. '^ yeai-s (cloven-hoofed when :uiJ Vicious. in the dual nmnber. Panegyric. Dispraise. aside. To fold. rivers). To mark with two points To pi'aise. Putting (of "C^ a noun) to the dual number . repeated action. p.i-S-11 set a. wits. To make an Winding snake).Aj 5 ^lj\ U^\ pensate a. Exception. Ji^j fV'J Cutting ^(:j]j oCjJj 'Cj ^ tJ j> his first old ^ly teeth when three animal). To recover o. To turn back Cl^l. \N''oman's gown. the others.. Fevered. cjw caw Deuteronomy. Praise. to swerve from a. c^Ky ^ stop-plank.j Seaond in rank cli ^ oCUJj — secondary. Windings j u^ of a valley. Central incisor. valuable (th. Reiterated. Gar.'s senses. a th. narrow-pass in a mountain. To rise To be doubled. i . appraisement. 0. 0. o. Octagonal.ji. (to God). To claim a— o. To recover (health). uJ ^ . folded.Cjl J meanwhile. To add a supererogatory prayer ^j^Sj (man). to health (God). estimator. [& j\ s — Fold (of clothes). to com. Of eight feet (verse). reiterate letter) To repeat. JJlj J. < To gain a reward. To fill (a trough). To avert a. ^Ij To strut about. To ba cured. ^ Jj Coils (of "a 'ufl goods back. Appraised.iij *L\£ — a second time. Exceptional. /b uU Ji -STo bind a. To conceal (hatred). l>^ Knees He is unable to walk ^l Vj (a noun) jJj V Bent. cnJJlj JL^ a To be worn out Dry herbage. reiterated. Poisoned. Bend. th. OJSiJj Twelve Monday. Eulogy. To restore a. Exceptional. Moi'als..ljli'Vl xSiJ 'JuJ Two. (dust). Jj-u« Marked with two ( points — To J5 Jj to (a To put A letter). valuer._jOitJ. To be bint dov/n. exclusion. encomium. To incline <. any more. Clothes.lJ Second (of time). Excepted. river). Scapular of Our Lady. Second. ^ Y» ) (^ c^ t}3 Action of praise. Cjj ^ J. ^j i . The dual number. th.!^ '(J Two and two.. th. •^ v'^?' urJ^ slciJI ^'jj six years old (camel). Precious.j Fetlock on a horse's foot. — To requite. (an action). -jl — '^ ojiJ'Vl :QU ^ oU i. He has struck him tjij l.i. Secondly. wrong. Repetition. To blame a.except To exclude. Pure-hearted. to reward a. Folded" double.L"I^ To To return. Cn^-J ^ C>^c1j\j cAzJJ. of bad morals. Path.). y lute. th.iiip Cll. Eighth part. -^ ^ su^ j. th. Unsound. th. 5 t_)p To call to prayer. Praise. Biliteral (noun).yJiA -^ dual. To bow down. of good cha-^CJ)l racter. 0. 0. In the ( exception of a for. Second string of a oU/S Winding (of valleys. jt Owl '^>\ Appraiser. j* Jilj Ji To collect (water). fi>j s — a. from cfoing ^e. Praise. meantime. (old man).l.lJi j — the body in walking. J(^ t-iljlj recover o^b — To be doubled.^^[ To . Valuation.'s To deviate.

Excitement. To be buried. V}^ JQ Uproar. J>^' dizzy. halt. inn. 0. ill- ic J^ JQJI^ a. __jCi.sket for carrying earth.V>' o Jl5j V^J a JJ ued. flax. th. A^ of garlic. Whirlwind Davra-light. Fit of angei". *j_. ^s'^ ^ '^sy To detain a. <l^t v^y 1 ^ ~ To attack a. To be stirred (quarrel). Ju He has lost his temper. Revolution. 0.Cj1 'i^^ dy -r ''^'y -* with staggers (sheep). To be kindled (war). To rush and surround (crowd). To be . Outfitter.u^ jlj Guest. giddiness. not virgin. ^ij^j 'iiji^ ^'J i To To sink in the .iy Dealer in clothes. 0. To investigate. xsy «y^. works). Retribution. To start a wild beast from its den. Any To be separated from man). Vertigo.^ 4 ^gjj' iSy To rush on. Enclosure for cattle. s \j\'y.'J o ?Ij To be seized '^'iji yj{j V^y a Jj ^ Dog's grass. ^ij^ vij^ i_. Giddy. o. z^. locust). Captive. Staggers. i\'^ i -« rise. To stay (in a place). Ji j| t_j — To raise the (dust).y (disease. To assault a. *)j(. Stupid. Sj^ Multitude of men. To be moH|»l (soul). Host. possessed by a devil. rabble.^i^ To accumulate and cover a. ^ Whip. -« spread in the air (dust.J jf^-J >j'-^iJ S^'y^ Sy Taurus -(zodiacal sign). Guest-room. Reward. o. Pearl-fishery. ^ s^j' yjj -TT — Stones set up as a way-mark. j^J cj^yj of dust. (people). giddy. To be roused (anger). ( in a j 5 %. To swarm (bees). Garlic. Sword-hilt. j^-j jj^ To flow (water). 'i^[j Call to prayer. o. Jj oj A \jyj to settle (in a place). to entertain in (a house).' To gather against aad treat a.5j jt jliS-Llj jlfl^ jy To stir (war). Cow. Honey. Bees. pimple).'^j oClS with vertigo. j\'y Country abounding in oxen.^p -Hher husband (woman).j ejj\iJ> jj^ stinted (dust).\j Sj^ -{^ woman Hemp. To be raised.'^ o ^^ -ii- (foot) in a soft body (finger). jilsi Furniture. Ji>_fJI o'Sj' ' Raised (dust). o a. To be taken jy^[ -^ Meetiug-place.: ^ ys'_^ lSi3j . Rain. sluggish ((man). Reward (especially for good ^. J^j iij^. To lodge. Throng. i. Ba. j^j oj (irj — Pearl-borer. Married man.jc ( dust ). To be crack-brai. and Cljyj (jJ^J 'jy jl. mud dt'jj d. o. J^li . -^ with staggers (sheep). place). Swarm Seized of bees. to inquire after a.shak'-n (th.). J'J in the head. Swimmingjy_. House utensils. lodging .To till (the ground).Aj her husband through divoi'C6 or death (woman). To be giddy. To take his flight ( bird). mad. y. Bull. dull Dwelling. Pimple. Disease of sheep. To break out A head To </. tSJj "Cj^j yVj Inhabitant. (s. Separated from oCaj ^ ^jSiij k_.

To acquire (wealth). truffles. dun. in red. ^'^J vQ'? Having white hail* from his feet to his knees (horse). S^t^-'j jbi oU Cowardly. '''^r^^j To conceal 'b'^4j %> a 'C» -^ ip Fat. th.'* To mend (clothes). o. .* "^ restless. etc. Portion of the night. Red ochre. gain. o. Dearth. w?»r?. Eye-bone. Earning. o. Lion. Eunuch. ^^'itchcraft. To be overburdened.» -^ o. sudden. To cover. to desist ^ from. luxuriant (vegetation). bay.j To abstain from. To conceal a. Upper-gown with ^(^. th. shrub. ^ \^\^ -i^ uttering the cry To marry one another's sister L)b. Breast of a bird. Firmness.^j sj^ai a J\-i. To travel.a-C?^ vr *^^?4?u. (eye. to fly.^ m/iv ^ J\^\ To cut off a. o. Wizard. Tall (grass). Breast. J'^j J»ji'^ o.. o To shrink. a jU Ji^ « — — ijU a a bag.-?-1j w-4?' '^^b *—'^r£ T ^-^ Cis^orn. To ^j )i \i\y a -Sfrighten a. To bring forth truffles (soil). Sj^Lai vO*^' -^'^. ^^1 ijU sluggishly (j\^ a To walk oU -S- ^^ under a burden. a. ell. To puc on an upper gown. To overburden (a camel s ollil QU : load). o.b ijW — back a. of a To come out against wild beast). ^\^ a 'j>Brown. Gunpowder-room a ship. To be choked by. To ba Commotion \j^ a j:f -^ Ci. ^b sW J «'^?. jj. Wolf. To bicome fat. Call for help. To extinguish (a fire).«• Hollow of stagnating water. emasculate To a. recoil To di"aw back from a. Land full of truffles. "V\^hite hair from the wA-ftij feet to the knees of a horse.>r ( YT ) c To impregnate (a palm-tree).* Stomach of ruminants ^. dastardly man. » u. .sed as To low (bull). To overcome a. To grow. ^ j-^^)->Party of men. Leather-basket J[f ^ for navvies. To shrink. To sell ^ '^'^0 ' -Ju T ^»^ a v'lf CU ^ (two men). Idol.: o L. Stern of a ship. ~ WTo of the mind. Bulky. \'j^rj in fear. To watch over a flock. . War vUsIa- -Is To be bay (horse). to be lame. L. th. colour dark Brown. Navel. To throw down. Tripe. Pit. ^_j\i. Pi. s CCa-j yVV* vWin beauty. a. Copious rain. to conceal a. Oj^J OV To beseech. to spread (grass). thTo be of a brownish colour. CvU a Ji> -ir Hyena. *rr?t J *— W Onager. Fear. ochre.^ a o^L. j^'^ sword). ammunition. sorrow (soul). ^l^ To be white-footed (horse). Cartridge-bos. To carry about news. To uproot (a tree). — (snake.^^^^^^. o. To call camels to water by j>. to entreat a. To hold . To heave from fear. Powder magazine. Drum. Soul. a d^f ^'^ To be terror-stricken. -^ Bush. Red Red truffles. Thick (man).j >-^ ?r *?? very full sleeves. stout. To come upon a. th. To vie with a. To halt. Thick and rough.* Cu^ To escape.'s self.

-j ' J^^ J^?^ stout (man). King.o _n» (broken bone). Ji^^j JJ^jI/j?. Movmtaineer. Setter of bones.'s business. To -> converse kindly with a. Leather bag. Silver bracelet. S^ji-i ^ jC* Pitiless (heart ). ^^Ij . to come to a moimtain. To be set (bone). Ju>j JCJ. Gypsum.j J^J'^ H -K" (the Archangel). a.J^ To become dry (bread). Lime-kiln. Wicked. <iJyf cn^ Middling ( for j. JC> ^ »Jlri>) 'J^. Simple. to hold s oc>lj d\>\j a. to ). Proud.1 ^ j:j.^?»j ~^j *i^ disposition. SjC* Bandage. o. Surgeon. as honest. Cowardice. rant. Thick. ( for oj^^i. Aloes-wood. Greatness. o. to sever a. Dry bread. ^C. Worthless Ill-famed. tr4?^ - a. To show pride. Vile.yj Powerful. (God). good (man). Bad chap. To enter a mountain. of cowardice. To curdle (milk). The Most" Powerful (God). To be low-spirited. To become^Jij : To Jif a. o. talents. Snake. Setter of broken bones.S>_j 2* Body of a man. fellow. Unleavened bi'ead. o cn?-' -^ To accuse a. To s yv^ J^\ _^ij Bear's whelp. fi> \'j^ o -)Jf . .^j y^ o -i^ — positions for a. Constraint.''. Chief. Truss. To fmd. To compel c^4» -« do 5 Jy>-\i — To go Oil proudly. Might. Piaster. th. Natural o:A^>. 0. Numerous tribe. To behave insolently. Coward. ^i. To be spiritless (poet). Calamity. j^l To be thick iu make. xi* ^ ^. Slave. rr *^j. of being proud. To be reinstated in a former state. Essential. haughtuiess towards a. Blunt (sword ). n. Gibraltar. — Art of setting broken bones. Mount Hermon. o-it^-' er-Wb ^j-yt^ s To oblige To consider accuse a. ^jj ) l5j. j^^j Thick. Gabi'iel be a coward. ( To curd milk). th. TyBread. implanted by nature. To recover from illness to Jci»-\j — recover from destitution. Insolence. JCo. Misei*. . ijroudly. To mix (clay with water). To Jt restore Thick.La- S^ V ^ jk U Compulsory. ^A a. green again (tree). Compelled. Avaricious. o. To be reduced j^\j Oje^j 'jjr?. To cut.) s3i-» •<> Portfolio. to regain wealth.Tyrant. o.CoJl ^ in wealth.V?-j yS^. Sulphate of lime. faint-heartedness. o. Highlander Relating to a mountain. Young and lofty palmtree. . o. To go. a. SjC O «n?" To set ( a broken bone a. Cheese. tor?--> y-^V?-'' r u-*?: former state. to create. -. To be restored to a . To become ^0 xJCij oj* ?. Inborn. o. jyf Pride. Hard. i^^ii Jy> s kind of water-melon. Set (bone). to cn» Sect of fatalists. dj'J^^j •^/j'vi-J >^JJ)>Pride. To reach the rock by digging. forcibly. To give to a. hai"d. Numerous company. Giant. Power. Echo. -'j?«i^l Setting of a bone.>j Cal faint-hearted. Mountain. inborn disic 5 i form. Court-yard. Splints. jj0 jt — To recover wealth.j^ Large bowl. ^ijl J^j - Complexion of the body. Urging on forcibly. th. To be disappointed. Bear's cub. th. jlij iJCJ-j Dry tree. Algebra.

Desert. Kneeling. \'j^J. To abjure o'. To extemporize a. To A o5»lj Ua^'o i^' .G. oGC*. To recline on C^j CJ^ \ o J>. dense (tree). oCu' Ij ^i* . dastai'd.^ the chest ( man. * ^ ^li Ci>- Night. oU*>«j : (a benefit). ^ x. . to squat one opposite the other. ready to fight (man). to kneel. laJ (L^ ^ JcPW-j 3^. o. Sedentary. f>l 'Sff th. Reclining on the chest.s ^j a ii>fc>j lak» a J^jf faith. To a. ^ Patriarch of Eastern Christians. c. Coward. -ft- o^- pull out (a tree). To sci'utinise a. a j»ji. j'J^i Forehead. To make a. i[i> ii\i. tances). Cheesemonger. To receive a.^^y--^ tree. ^f. o. j To sit upon the knees.>^5~> To I'uffle its feathers from cold Dli>l of the forehead. To be half-spent (night). Scantiness. To cut off. Body. Broadness and beauty of the forehead. Watering-trough. Ignominy.^ in front (beast). heap of ^ i'^:^^ seed-produce (before *_. Reservoir. Locust. (bird).C> Tax-gatherer. ^ -Cj^j ^'i^S tank. on *j s (^ a <u» -Jf ths forehead. To collect (water To sit knee to knee -with a. Hillock .. Dark. Amount. -ii- Wax. To become tall (corn). Ju JGj in a reservoir).nare. Squatting. '^ j -^ ^ oU a -r^^ a. To take (people) una- wares (winter). ^ * 'i — \ Hare. Tufty. Dead Remains of bees -^ To be avaricious. To strike a. To become strait ( circumsTo be dry (earth). Corpse. Person. o. the whole person Resting-place of a bird ^^'ho has a broad and fine forehead. Forehead. Envelope of a date. beast ).^ cU» Cowardly fellow. The whole body.. povei'ty. To become tall and tangled To become irritated and J~?j ji> jii y. To choose a. To collect (taxes ).Generous lord. In-oCa. to ilii: i JsTj U* y -?5- squat upon the toes. To deny (a right) To disown (plarity. To kneel.j. thick.jS!l- cX^ ^X^ SliTggish. Gardener's trowel. To find out. Side cA»-j l^?-b cn^'l ?. ^yU- ^^ . Hillock.r *^ Palm-tree grove. >.-:>j -CJ. ^ t^ Hercules {comtell).J^j il C^ jVj a .j suit. Person. Chief. -V^ jSjJ. jJu*: Big ant. of bees mixed with in honey. harshly.\^ ^ ^G. drive (the clouds A o To contradict 2 — :JUf i ^^ ^iat^* wind).^ To lower (the head). Plain of great extent. taugled and soft 'hair). Lion. tree. 'CisT Kneeling.. To perch (bird). Remains honey. stones. Squatting. Perdition.i. dull (man). To be scanty locust. o. (plant).r v W-J ~ Keeping at home (man). th. Requital. j/_^l To To fall prostrate (in \_ vA? prayer) sell ^i ^ S^i^j Tomb. ^ Tax. Mansion of the moon. maturity). Coming \>:a V. To come to (water) without means for drawing it. th. ^. Dairy. To dislike (water). o.^: . x'. Cause jii-jS of cowardice. To hasten towards To abstain from. oi^j ak>j jkf To be . -<» Curd. Catholicos. Shoot of palm. Bushy Fallen leaves.>^ t-Q-^^ To become poor fman). '^ Chief. o. Chief of a tribe. Place full of cheese. ^\'yi. duties. Cemetery.

a fight. To Thick of excoriate. Trestle. . jka^j ojkij ak* Of little value. Deniei'. Weak Filly of the ass. its To be in ^i^lj — a time of dearth. venom. -^ To be luxuriously attired.W a jJ^ «- Burning (coal). j J>J>Si To force up (a beast) into hole. To sweep away.^\j ^. th. J[ ^j. Lurking-place. down. To strip off. jjGna:^ in To meet To hide in ( its hole a -ftlizard. ^>.]j ^j plant (^jf. rain (people fate). Queen-bee. ces (unfruitful year).^ 5 C-li>j>. Little donkey. To pull off a. jj it Buttocks. "i'S*-^. o. Hot (place). j j. ( ton-ent To approach. %i4. Hell-fire. iiist^ To draw back (man). '<^y>^i j-y^-^ -^ To feed (o. To make burrow (beast). Sumptuousnesa To widen fi> J^. Lizard. Lusty youth. : Large valley. self-willed. To a Q. th. Diarrhea. to waste a. snake). a. To burn with desires. ^yt>-j Ui?^j in a ^9*> Hole of a reptile.^ To be scantily fed. Luxury. To repel a. o. o. o. ^^i. 0.skin. ^S — To wash away. •<>• ass. ^ ^ Jr^ J^l^\ Refuge.G. sely hot (place). D To gaze at.\ '^J. ~ Mean. Negation. Termagant. -^ fatigue. * J^S. To strike fi) (the ball : player). To incline towards. j iliui^U from.-W- scratch (the skin). To Jo-\»^> ). To be \^^*> o J>v>-i . Man J?U? of high rank. 'Uiti j> jj^\ Old woman. return (the ball : players). Beetle. stir Cavern. Affray. To kill a. (river). Death. lii-jf Tick. Womb.( Ye ) To To destroy.'s is ^^. Poison. Swelling of the eyes make a mark (on a wall). Ciiief. To remain in (a place). th.o ow-^1 To ruin ( people fate ). a. tt family) scantily.>\>- Young colt. Unfruitful year. "^ To boast vainly. J oU. a ^jf o??- Ass. To disowner. away. ~ To throw down.a ^^ "^ ^ jit^ its To drive a. 0.> %'J^J^ To light and (the fire). To put (people) in narrow circumstanJv'>^^ Large water-. up » (J^ a To open (the eyes). roughness. To sink in J^^Aj JJt^j \'j>^ J^ the head (eye). Jj^wv -ft- great numbers. ^t^ To ba intense ( fire). - i^i^ Barren (soil ). L'ngi-ateful.f -ii- be rainless (sky). lU-fed. fool. z J^^ j . To defend o. Having rod eyes.xl.. o. Lip (of hoofed animals). Numerous army. To overburden a. ji^Sj -^j ~ ja-\>.) jt*»'t -r ^-*j oI3>-?-' Burrow. To fight with a sword. To exhaust : (a well). To Ci^f a sJ^^ ^ carry off a. To go from one place to another. o.fj -« . to carry away s Denial. to humbug.^. o. a. i^ on the ground from \i^j. Hell. Inteu. To abstain. o%-j>j J>W t ~ To JGtai j.^^-nf Ardent fire. Disowner.i>. apostate. To cast a piercing look at. Name To lie of a celebrated wit. ^— A iOf-t * To have a prominent (J&jk». To depart from. To throw scold a. Dry year. Torrent. iy»v oa>j — To walk. Cit^ a j>?>. to ( CJ.9. back.i To skin. Stingy.^. J-ih^ Gihon Headsti'ong. Disowning. th. Thickness. To drive a.'s self against a. j'J^i. To pangs (heart). ( ). _.^ a ^* ^ J^^^J' -ft- ^S^ scratch the skin). 1^ the orifice of (a well). stupid.j ^rU* ^ J^>J>- Gazelle. deep hole.a Ja»-j> -Tr cornea (eye).

L>. Proud. ji» rain. Old coin worth 9 paras.1 iJtioi Drought. Seriously. (compact). a> jl» F. . * — To put on (a new garment). Abundant. To undertake fi j^f^[ be renewed. recent. Boasting. o. Shore. To bloom (tree). Rag. Name ^ok" of a star. -^ j?^ Qj* v'-^ "^ To be struck with barrenness uja0j ^-I'^J^J i To be new. Earnestness. Streak on the back oiijj. th. .jjlk ( y-v 1 ) Grandmother. impor. wii^ >-i^J ^^ -tJ- Dog-brake. fi>j s Cliu> o i ^'j>- disapprove To To hi droughty or a. To renew ( a compact). To acquire credit ( araongst). a. manner. bare 'Gui ^ ^'^\ tjiaW^ Greatness. Fat (she-ass).IV tij'j^ O ^ -^^ * Hard and even ground. Snoring. To To fiod (a land) barren. Barren. th. th. to renew to do ^ ii^ a. To bring a law-suit against J y Sf^ . To l^'j^ o/o^ -^ Te be covered with Very lucky man. grievous i (affair). sprout (plant). v_ill»lj . a medicine). (desert). Extremely. anew. th. o. To upset (a vessel). find it — To shameful to.c_yj^ Cricket. Unexpected ( death ). -if- Stupidity. To cut out (a garment). Small locust. zealously. th. sire. on. o i — o. To settle a. ^jl>j iioi'l — ^ ia» . To dispraise. Happy. To exert j ijb. Madness.' ^ jjo^ dern.^j^j ^jj^ anew. Droughty year. ijj. Main road.iS^ of tant (man). To ascertain a. To cut A— i off (a fruit). sSv^ iljol P Rags. Small- -\t>- breasted (female). chance. Good luck jjj^ (soil). Haste. New. serious. uishment). )j s j* — made (coat). unprofitable (land). ^_. Brink. Braggart. ^ Extremely learned man.'jj. th.J»^^j To be respectable. •^j^^W'J Shore. To snore. th. *i|^ ^ Intertwisted boughs. forefathers. Tomb. crazy. To succeed in (an affair). udder). Smooth and hard ground. Grandfather. The day and the o'ofVlj oljjoiSI nigh'. In earnest. Waterless Cricket. To be serious. Happier. Newly made. Setting stars foreboding -liljl ^j:^>J' . anew. Barren (land). Vice. J Uk> i wiiti "J^ boast. Way. To endeavour to. Brink of a river. <-j-^Vj t_<^' Grave. Thin sand. newly jJLtS. (soil). th. Lop. (year). Surface of the earth. ^ %%>. up like new.. To act in earnest. yjj^ To dyjij!^ To be made new (gai'ment). lucky. Thoroughfare.^ii |S» i\j^'\j Zi/j^^j i/jJ- ^ af ila>1 Ancestors. and J — assiduously. Djeddah. hospitality (people). a i^^ o G-. Applyh^g himself zealously j j^^j i\^ to. . ^%jJasses. -^ To repeat. Wealth. To perform a.'of 1 eared (ewe).'s self in. ~ To be upset (vessel). Serious endeavour. (udder). a ^of ^ to beat (floui". (to\Yn). ^-Mad. a3ijl5i^ai> To restore. Unfruitful.j . Great (man). to make a. Instrument for mixing. to a. a. th. ifc ^ji^Sj ^a>lj <>. To commence a. to reiterate. (jjbe^j i^jj». ji>l To restore. U9i> a '~i»i^ J lioia. ojollj ola»1 ^ ooi To mix.^ -STo be crooked (old man). To hasten (the pace). or scanty -^t:^^-) '-^ (well). Unavoidable(pu- BaiTen (ground). Painstaking. To renew a. _J\^ Much. ol^ ?r e^f ISIai-k. w«-?-^j Bauk of a river. suffer from dearth (people). Dry (breast. ^. i_ia>1 To find no fit To become smooth (road). Moilk>. jl>. i>.

>. jok^ij jZ-J^* Pock-marked (face).a» Contest. quarrel.j^ scantily. To try to fly with its A— Jj — able to. Bad. Whip. fitj s f}j>-j Jo^ To plait (the hair). Well-made sylJioilj ^/j.?r Inclosure. Measles. : To have To send down (snow sky). ip — To jj^ jj^\ have young trees (land). to dispute togethei-. Having the legs cut ofT. ^— A ^jS- the small.jj^jjjS--^j jj^ pox. Rice and lentils (dish). To withhold Bones of the legs. To cut a. To bla. Ungrateful. Count j-y. -^ Manure.). To raise (a building). *l3i*j OjJj-aV^ To twist strongly (grain). \ To walk quickly (man). Va^: a J ijbT ^ is . ^o. oflf s (pLbT a p. o. To wish a.^^u. logism. Bite on an animal's neck. to be maimed. Jii^j Ja^fj S->4 Member. Strong. To wall. jof uj Te become oar. o.j^ To insult a.Jla':> Small-pox. Sharpness. Dry blood. walls.: ^ ibj^ J'jJ. ^i^aU^ "' ^ . '^yjt\ jl ^j ^J..<> Sj^^' ^j^ -^ Uncultivated ground. To propel (a boat) with To cut off a. Wall. be mangled. discussion. the f. fence. JiUj Hard.To be quar- Walled garden. suited for. wiiUJ ^ ^ij-bJ Blasphemer.-^i '^j'-^J j^ Wing of a bird. PL To nourish Jj^i. To be twisted. Hi'^Jj J\j^ Poorly fed (child). J j/j^fj — Seized with small-pox. wmgs cut (bird). To form Cijoai o its grains and — OVaja»: sprout (vine). Hard. </j.jo. (a rope). in a lja> cattle (plant). be poorly nourished .j x^iU-i p. To JjbJij Joii fall down. iJ loijl Pestle.^ ^^af -> :r oja?/i vj^' i Worthy J of. To be thrown down. to abuse o.a?. s tio?. th. 0.jj of ^ — To grow become . contentious (man).— Y) Mangled (nose. ^ jj_j^ j. a. Scientific debate. Blasphemy. to contend with.i(>-H- To mutilate lips. th. mood. To disown benefits. Sprout.strong (gazeUe). To have the nose cut JaiJI ^\. down. . To be strongly wound (rope). o. dung-hill. uproar. Way.uics. grain). To dispute.'s self P?*^ (ass). The earth. To be ungrateful. swelling jtlnil ^ jj^ caused by a wound. xij^ ^. to inclose a. a po^ off. To JjJ. * To o Jaf Ja>j « - ^>> suited for. gazelle). o. -fi- To sprout (plant).UJ» ^pj^l Scalpel. able to. acrimony in dispute. suitable to. -(f- Becoming a.i\»^ Mutilation (of the nose etc. Jj^ 5r J-»^ j. y. Pole'.10?: ^\j^ . a.ij J'j^ iij^ soil. To shout. Bad year. to clamour. sinew.o^ behind a wall. Inclosure for cattle. ^»\y^ ^ iZ. Bustle and clamour. To shoot forth (tree). ears).iWTo quarrel. blisters ( ^^ hand ). To I'ow (a boat). Country where small-pox raging.?. Whip. Ripe (corn. a jJi5>-Ij j^^. To conceal o.apheme against. unwholesome (pasturage). To discuss. i f.: Twisted rope. To knock a. JiQ. f. Cx-opped ?r Lop-eared by ?-^^ ^. o.pa:>^ . s f^b 9^j ~ to (f. yj^]j jjj-j SjiV fit. the nose.tiO-'^>.a> (a limb). firm. ejj^^ relsome. jjalj jOai ^ jl^J. \»j^ josT To walk with short steps (woman. ^-^ Oar. Stump of amputated member. oa> liosT ja»1 Natural tumour.

o if \jj<i- prov.iu. To snatch. Attraction. a. to . Disputative man.! J-^ Bit. To To curtail.j i_/>G. catalogue. to trench. •<>• a garmeat. To extend a.* far away. fragment. To draw. Di'agging. fi"om * •^To stretch out the arms •. To remove a. table of a book. rapture. To make a (an evil) wanted). eradicate. .I ^'j'i\ Bit. <u\J4::. Fineness of the voice.a AVoven. -jQs-j -Joa: Liable to be discussed.C^Il^ o j^Jo. To profit. Foot (of a tree). in - a contrary di-* v^WJ v-^^l Disputatious person. to cut off a. yy^ otj^j JJ^ <r *i-^ To break to * ilif o'if pieces. Genei'al rain. th. Root of (the ton. Net of entangled hail* for cat:c. ^— rise from desti- oa>'l — OJ^ -ii- at one revolution (of the spindle). by force. piece. Product of a multiplication. List. (a gift. Piece of ( YA) State. Gift. Imprecation.veariness. jt" — To suffice a. th.>%. Attraction._>a2>l. -Scome dry (palm-tree). J-i»j from its place. kind of hawk.rubrics. th. More useful. He fall into the cC-i^ Ji\j J oil valley of Jezabat. Sj a C'Si i_ji> -KTo bring over. Saddle-cushion. Jjlta*^ To bear fruit and be. Rubric Jj^j^ ^ Jj^ of a register. th. ji)>:^ ji'j^j Jijij calf. g. ^ij'j^ -ftcatalogue). clippings. strongly made. To extirpate. 0. th. ^j^3 fi> To grow weary. pull a. uprooted. 0. I Utility. litigable (matter). twisted. ^| to fi> j - Brook. dragged. To snatch a. cut. ^ (of a cow). wanted. Having scanty milk having a protracted pregnancy (she-camel). To -ft- Cut. J5G. 'iaJl. th. snatch off. plucked away. J^U-. A ^ Joi^ ^ . To root out a. Arith. Breast-plate JjJ.vof pji Quarrelsome (man). gue). cari-y a. V. j-^?- To To draw * j-^b ~ j'-^i out a donation. fi'aming of a page. Attracting. in pulling. To be cut off. Thin. ( sS'^^S ')i> To be C"it off. ) to mean : To ask A jji^J:J.j/jj. <^\JS._. 5 G oi ^s^ ^ i i To extract the square or cube root of a number. th. a. To protract (a conversation). J\^ ^ Jjbt* ^ Jla3i/» rection. a.lld J . \j'S^ jj^ ^ To extirpate. Thread spun Provided with a framing. It is of no avail to thee.i!l> ching larks. Silver cuttings. be iittracted. Dragged. dragging. ^ j'j^ J^j JjJ.\j jji^-^j o \'j^ -ft- He missed his aim. ^joall To be of use to. th. i ^jj^j. To wean (a boy). 0. JjU^a To make ( a list. CapricornoC-Lv J Ma»j oil zodiacal sign). di"ag. more advantageous. Table. Castle.. Tribe. slender. th. ^ Ecstasy. ( tution to wealth. Death Attractive force. •i!l>^ * iil . gift to. To cut off. Square number. Kid. To bleed (wound). Gift. fragment.!L> ili>j ili> ol'illU i Plait of hair. sheet. J iu. ravishment. To To To To To drink (milk). th. to attract. To bring ic_j s — S^j *jiW- upon. Caviller. disputei". table. Profit. Horn Square or cube root of a number. ^^oil To request of a. To contend Aj 5 CIa> j if^i^ viWwith a. Origin.' Syllogistic. fit To obtain a gift. Distance. trench. present.

novice. Cud. To let ( the spear in the wound. th. Restive (horse). all ^Ii» They dispersed on ^Iv i \jLd \ To commit a crime. To pull. j>-\ from . To put a noun in the genitive case. o. trunk. of a tribe ^>' Name and of a king. steps. jji. Jlj^i Numerous army fully equipped. Perfora-j^ ^ S^ ted plate of iron used to sow wheat. A small and deadly yellow scorpion. j* ^ofj C«lU ^iLi «• To cut off a. th. JU_7 VI 'ji.pa3ll mate (pigeon). Whip. Flat bolt. Burrow of (a beast). ^ "iji Fragment of a. Stunp of a hand cut off.-^ Peg. To slit the tongue of a youngling. gay. Jo^l^ . jlU Ij Cil^ Jj4 ^ To walk with short and quick to curtail a. th. violently. 0. To ruminate (animal). .^'jJ-'\j youtli.jjJ- ^ f. c Pole of a carriage. so forth. o. S \jf o ^ ( -ii- Young sheep. Beam sides. Foot of a mountain. To have \j^J4 a j>^ one hand cut off. a debtor. Stream of water. Genitive case. '-*i?^ Ji:»b vl^ a Jii oI^ i To be drawn. o. To let (a beast) pasture freealong. J — To stand upright. Deep (well). Palm-tree stock. To be affected with Jj^> -^^j ^j^ i ^»' elephantiasis. ^ t /* A — — Wing. Y To cut off ^ s Lfi>1j C jLv i ^jl> -S- (an ani- j tlLi a fX>- ^ from. th. XijJL* Crop of a bird. to draw a.^ a ) S: Tu prevent a. of a roof. To draw. » Jli^l Stump of a tree.j^ Sin. Earthenware jar. jt elj^^ a o — ' To pull a. beginning. f. propel (a boat) with oars. th. To be cut off. Oar. . brook. mal's) food. ^itjl^ In^ 1^ A — 'J>c^\ little. To lead f. jilifJb j^^ Root. jyj^ o ' ^ tree cut Root. ( . th. i^* !J'— Prepositions commanding -J^}\ oj^ the genitive. pulled. in singing. And so on. firm. A -^To contract (a debt) little by To submit to a.^j j\'j>. To join a. ij?-^.speaking. To grant a delay to cjjJI 5 ^ib jWfi> To Hy swiftly (bii'd). li To To cut OiT. o. cut off. DraSjl_^ To stand erect.v/jLv o To cheer a. to drag ^j o. u\*'-v»j ^li». Cheerful. Having his hand mu- J'j^ ^ ^lUl _j tilated. firebrand.jjjV> Drawer. emigratings^a- people. by the reapers. the tail roimd his ^_. Basket. th. To be mangled.\j^ Affected with Jj^i j^J-U^j J^'^ elephantiasis. j_j_^» Rope. dragged.J *dlrt. off. Potter. Corn-ears left ^lia- ^ iSji* "iXj^- Snare for gazelles. crime. t ('^ Li- *i^j a. To drag To prevent a. ^lli?-b ^. Elephantiasis (kind of leprosy). along. (^-i>b ij^^j C'J^i J* -^ wer of a table. Way of pulling. Tribe. *~G?-. a Strong vely young man. oVii ^ oVlifj JJ?To mangle. j/i^j Jlliil ^ Jjl> Summit of a mountam. Burnino' coal. Eel. To pull. To b3 glad. To draw. of ajUo*. ^ oj/^ jl^ -tf- Stump of a hand.li» beast) gently. Mechanics. old (sheep). "O^j^- gleanings. Cud. Root of a tree. joyful. To induce a. camel's halter.jW « Vi* Stock of a family. to attract a. To drag jj^ To become two years Voung. s^'l ^ "^l/. to drag a. th. j. Root of a tooth.

against.W^ -'. bo!d-spii'ited. v^' t ^ij->Measiu'e for wheat'. jj'j=Ki Drawn along. Collar of a shirt. j. Wouuued animal). daring . Calamity.j^ fpers. To walk upon a hard ground. oC_^ \i. to offend To disparage a To be woimded. The Devil. ^>'lj J'j. -"?-\?To be %?y_rfj sV.Cultivated field. {as. Scab. a Drain. Bii-ds of prey.ji. 0.^aj. Skv. To have cattle affected withscab. Deceiver.)^j •Vj* Dry giH}. Assayed (money).[ To be impaired. Tempter. vxithout grass To be smitten ty To be threadbare ^j U^ ^i'\^j ^. ^j. of animals. A wound Sui'geiy. Lion. To embolden a. Experienced (man). To perpetrate (a crime). th. to a. Broad-bean. Tempted. To procure. To growl ^. (beast). F. Boldness. the greatest part of. Gurgling of water. -rJi^A -^ >b ^S-t^l Go-ahead. temptation. (clothes). of men. ( oO_^j o^. Trap ^ rusty (sword). Quail. courageous. To be annulled (witness). to obtain a. Lion. ^-^ai-^l To tempt a.i. to prove. Rust.yy^ {j T ^jfji. ^ -«- To assume boldness. hand v3j^ P^ j v3>?A'j>-^ Maie. >r^1 ^ 'j_^ for wild beasts. Surgeon. :< G-^ bravery. To inflict severe wounds on ^'.^tj? * meet together.' Beautiful ij^ . ^ :^j^> 9-*->---* Made void (testimony). Flesh- stockings. Blade. Eel. To wound. to experience a.i3» ^ A Pe -«- To gurgle (water).^. ^'JJ' v^-^ S. Cavity of a well. ^j — sil^iJIj jalIjI witness and quash his evidence. 0. u-?-J?- inspirit.3j noise in swallowing water. To be tempted. Thrashing-machine. boldness. Leather ^^ o^^j-l rr ^j^j v^ij v'l>. To be bare. and f 9!i^. eating animals.i)| xi)'^. To drag a. 'jJi». s^l^jij sV^' coura ge. ]^_':^~J. To crepitate (fire). o.'j. Bold. Cricket. Rocket. To fall down from a high place (man). ? ^^ -<>• Cut.'^i. trial. To become ill from eating locusts locusts. loose finger- %. sore. Wounded. ( To be ring).>- To to gather. To try. channel. a '^^ ^ Water-cress. th. n >_^ ^ Scabby. To be wounded.i?^ ). To dare. (land). c^\. ^j_j>. Sealing-clay. *_. -j}- a - " c^j^ ji-.j^j of a sword. To become C a Lj^i^ -^ F. Socks.> a.!' To be scabby. To attempt a. case (noun). of un. To show courage. ij^i. To render a. In the genitive BuperficT. Root.k_. th. Mud. G-^ a.^1 To be tried. Clod sticking to To take ^— X^y'j>- Olives very 1 ipe. 0. .G^ rr Knapsack. a Deathrattle. a — To produce a gurgling . ^V?-j^j y>-j4. . ( land ). To venture upon."^ a root. Measure of -fy- ^jT uV^nj (A- ) The milky way.?-j S''>> o jj>courageous.'Ai o^. 1^:^' Peremptory argument. hardy. bag. J-'ji- ^_ (m. the foot. to '\^ * j. to ]^j -^j ]'^\ it To profit. Blemish. j'-J^y. Gnat.j| ^'J. th. Ant-L=ll. Wound. iV. 0.i. a '^-^ 5 — - take heart. o. made a ^ y> void (testimony).Origin. o.3 . Productive mernber. Scabbard Covered with wounds. si^ ^ '^hj^ Audacious. To put stockings Troop Experiment.

Catalogue. shabby (man. To unsheath (a sword). o. Bad (year). Shabby Locusts dress. iS'j^ ^ oj'i> ' Field-rat. Complete (day.jir. Abstraction. Field bare. -^ To inventoi-y._> j> i^ si^ Si^ away (the knots of a ?j A i^> tree).'s self devote clothes). for cleansing the teeth. we are wayworn. o. To »j (man). ^ (clothes). To get try). To induce Naked. Only for. Without hair To To strip a. to ^— ^— J i^^Jl. W^'e had a very long jjiJl Uj i'_jhj{ greedily. Unlucky (man). clisall To strip (a . Troop of hor. j i^_. fi> — (man)'. (clothes). o. soil. th. even. Separated. To goad a. :>'j>. off. Sil^^ Bark. hair). To separate Tumour on the hock. ij>. Black green-headed ^i' s. separated. fi> yA>-\ i'_^ Smooth.'s self to. (day. Spunger. engagement from y^ to give against his will. To train a. Large Unclad part of the body. To be barked. Alone. Pure ( wine ). peal. -^l'l^f Detachment cavalry. To throw off (o. Abstracted matters. Impartiality. rat. Kind of date. without froth (milk). out. ^ '''\j>i Accomit-book. To write without marking the points. its To come forth ^y^S ^J^. Short-haired. <• Inventoi'y. th. o. Fleshless in locusts ab. fairness. of ( his clothes ). To bare ( the ground ). lilSVjl Earth abounding in rats. Isolation. locusts ).s.semen. branch. Barked. even. tilt. To be To eat greedily at the threadbare.'s out. hair. Si_. Privation. Abounding (coun To disentangle. P hair (camel). To shave. To make a land bare ( drought.stractively (th.*' isolated. -^Indifference. Eating ^>jii ^?J>:h . Bucket.'s self. o-. Pure from clouds ( sky ). without vegetation. q 'Jj>- M Palm-bough stripped fight. To be worn obi'. To To turn into a tumour (wound).3j>- ^^ Palm( Register. To be stripped. Separation. " i Whole of. To cast his expense of another. unique. js'j\ To cut. be denuded. Abstracted Incorporeal. from. a. Independence. Abstraction. Shabby To eat (man). (field). {Coll}. ijjU animal). -^ To be taken from Stripped (bone). month). Thin-haired s??->>' •'>' ^^^ strip a. To comb To speak much ^i (wool). Bare flat. Mock a. exclusively. S^l^r off. Spoliation.i o i^f -S- Baldness. o. — For the sole reason that. field ). To abstract a. month). worldly things. -^ Shovel.'s To apply o. Bare. Beardles. To bark a. and volubly. -^ Newspaper. rid of a. ^j. o. <>• High and bare mountains. unwordliness. ii^i. sheath (spike). Cake of bread. without vegetation. ^J->^ Isolation. <^j A locust. cut iV. th.).. jT^ ^ *'^lrr -" ^'JA Free from hatred to reckon up a. a. To be worn To lose o. Shaved. . Surgical instrument To ijGsJ . out. (heart). Naked. To outstrip the others (horse). th. 0. locust. ~ . s ij^ o 'Jj~^ -STo be voracious. Mole. way. To put a. Loquacious. leaves its a ivee of branch of its4> iS^ o ^'jiits bark a skin of . Shield. o. :>/^^.

j>- ^ To pln?-lj. ) To render a. To produce a rusthng sound in flying bird ). — y ^ji. ^ dui'ing the night. ^1^ at the voice of fi> *^l_^ ^ ' ' Gentle sound. 0. Broom. — To ring a bell. To pro luce a ringing sound ^o?-'' (jewels). To become j^r?-^ lean (she-camel). Plague. hoe. oppressed by grief. -^'^ <.. s J''j>'^ To I Hand-mill for groats. Big-Ij3llied. J-liXj^ °J J'jXy!. 0. u^ . Suffocating jaij>-j J^y>saliva. To Stream of water washing a land^ij^ away. ^ (cattle). of a viper. have not {J. To shovel. He 'lied broken-hearted. Goods of description. all ' PL Bees. Bow-string. Rope.1 ^ i-tj? ground. courage. To suffocate a. Iron rod. o. *»jjW:jj'j(:^ ' j bray. Greedy.^ To swallow (saliva) Ci»^ a j^^i difficultly ffom grief or auger.'>?• -^ '^JJ^ ^ ^jjW-^j Sj>j^^ \ Wheat I coarsely ground. *»Jr». *--!>? "* To To reduce a.'s misdoings.i: ^ j^ij-i- Oppressed saliva. sweep away. with. ^jU Mortality. To emit a gentle sound. '*f-j4 shame upon a. th. -^ To disgrace. Barren ground. infamous. :ai^> oj Shovel. Loss. Piece of bread. his rage. o. Abusive joke. wj/yf tt *-^j. Groats. oSili ^j^ To publish a. To be ) To joke maliciously with.^ G. by draughts. Boldness.(AY Roughly milled (wheat). (business). steal a. o. salt ).oC« j. Mouthful. th. Unhappy. Scoop. Coarsely ground. Uw^^ cJ^I ^lj>. Small draught. ^'>5:-> Scooping. a. < Rake. restrain o. Draught. to swallow (water). undermined by water. To lick a.]^ j Sandy 5. to bring •^To dare. He escaped half-dead.|_yi[^. o. destruction At the point of death. o. To whisper. by grief. Breast of man. yj^ jl^l pangs of death. Glutton.W- be flooded (place). To rake 5 Bell. hum. up a. To speek gently. To Sj U-> iJ cJ«^ perceived the slightest sound. the greatest part <>• of. To take away ( the scm'f of the head with a comb). another. Sharp sword. to bruise a Ci-^ J-J^ -S(wheat. To repress (anger).To embolden a. ^jf «-J3»1 \ Plant-devouring (insect). experienced 5 ^^i.fj a p^?- ^ To make swallow in one draught. u-'>?^ «" ^S?- Shame.^'^ji\s. to <f. to destitution. ~ Measure of capacity. Death-rattle. th. To speak gently. To render a. Harvest. to assume ( for 1^0 boldness. Glutton.jf "^Jrj ^. th. I ^'j»-j ^^ C» To tak'^. f-J=!^ f.(p35r a f_.^^Ij . J-j'j^-^j J^j^ . man (wild beast). To be scared away ( *^S?'U. o. ^ ^ To be barren (female).j>. To make a. Grief. ^_j ^ j^^] Fangs 9Jj^. Sweets. Body.i j'jr* I P Suffocation. Sweeping away. ^^j fi> <>• To drink a. To strangle a. o. To be in tlie To revile 0. Choked 'by Bundle of trefoil. Glutton. <-9>>l 5- j^ 3'j>- \ Head of cattle stolen ^^1^ ^ '^jf Bank ^j^j . To throw off" its slough (viper). To utter (a word). U»lr^ o J'j^- Barren year. Female iil^^i comber. scandal.

Stone basin. Cub. Swift (hack. penalty. Indeed. Certainly. in a depros. To u — Young one of the serpent.ij j. galoche. To gather ji^ Sweeping (people). Floor. ^ Jji-j. Large. Legs of olF. Drying-place for dates.^JlJ^ ^ *ii>> stone. jt/j^ *a^ Hot To walk ij£j. Great walker. down. ccjf To To proclaim. To grind (wheat). x!&al!l ^I^Vt 9- Sustainer of a -••^j ^j=r family. To be executed (order).. He became accustomed To cut a. th.\ -»J.To cut. worn out. enormous lion. Effa. (countiy). A 'i^l^fj ^j>- i j-'ji- He threw to it. ^ij^lj ^yj. Rogue. (water).^^ j\ Ji'\ He bore iitj _yivi Jc :t: iy^^f. made notorious. (wild beasts).To answer faultily. Pomegranate. To have whelps (bitch). ( a palm-tree). fault. Steeds. To be hard. oa j» -Jf at a quick pace. beggar.CAD To pass away (night). Having whelps (wild beast). a. Culprit. ^Jj^ o c/ji- ^ Stony ground. Wine. . ^^ Vj >^> V Undoubtedly. To acquire a.^ To be guilty.'s J yJ^S^ — ced (track). To yj^ ^ To shun an answer. -n>l>>j Body of man. guilty. beast).»>>'j u-l»>. Clamour. o. Loading and unloading JLiJiiii j. Acting vigorously. -^ To bone (the meat). To complete a. •C^jJ^\ Culprit./j4misdemeanour. mortar *j_^b '| To commit Jp jc /J(i\i /j^S^ — •^Baptismal Font. to lop off A ^yi.jy^i- Small house. n Penalty. to the j. off his burden iJi^ ^£ ij upon him. to be current. Lion. Uppei' part of a camel's neck. flank. Side. Young one. <> Stone '-> j^ ' ?r '->j^ family. Crime.3 j'\'^\ ^j^i . Huge camel. To throw Lion. Pestle. jt^}JrJ j>^y!>«tA>> (i^?-'1 The celestial bodies.sin. To s u^'j>- ^ -fr bind tightly. j.^ .^_^ To contract shift. To publish a. th. •^j>-j -^j^o-^S?" v*j?- ^ ^ ^ The hot countries cold (opp.jf To hasten. torrent. UJ^b the thing patiently {Prov). Cut (tree). <>-^ *i^j i ^ ^ Last descendant. To happen (event). Com. Large boat.XJ^V^ pany of men. To hasten to. Worn out (garment). To abstain from sin. VJ^ a J^^ To scamper To be Overshoe. stony. . Body of animal. th. To pui-pose a. ^XA ur. th.9. Small cynth. Lake aed place.'j>:j OCj^j CJ^ ^yi.»'>^| «• Throat.ij»Ji of a ship. barge on the Nile.W- Dry Whelp. ney). Golden red coloui'. o. I JG]^ (clothes).|j ^ J. Pure (colour). i^. Ji^ — Elementary grammar. th. .oj Ushear (sheep). ^ To be trained (man.'s self. to earn. ( s^ ^^ j^'J^j s — Thrashing-floor. Ancient tribe of Arabia. for o. Gatherer of dates dates. falsely jc with a crime.Tobe current (money). Fruit. ^j^.Sj'j* a. ^'ji. o. year).* o^' be proclaimed. short. shriek. To charge a. To run. Thick-bodied. a crime against To gather the fruit of (a tree). n Fine. colo- Gleanings. Crime. >\>. A .ij>i\ ij^l ).»^ij ^ To be elapsed night. o. To move(stars). To flow %.

J* ~ — to. To lot. to crop (wool. Mission. To render To entrust business). th. Sj>- ^ According to custom. To satisfy a. To agree with a. Running. (camels). (th. To start (a horse). gift. cut (tree. Pharmacy. Clipped wool. V^* ") Wealth. ^ vj?: "^ To go to business. \jj:f o Sj>- ^ Occurrences. »> \i'j^ a Yj^ -^ To take a part of. \j0 Some. Natm'al disposition. To go down (tide). ' •• Eel. To suffice a. Ts To slaughter fi. appoint. To launch a. o. Wind. j^j>. jlj» Shears. portion.stand instead of. a part o. *) Usher of a Court. To strengthen a.herbs). Particles. rules. Mjsll ^ ^'ji ) deputy). J>»'^ u ^^ ''^.j j^'j=r Out off. 'IJ^ij '•I'^jiPension. To .^ iS^'\ To close (an account). i -u j'Ji^Ji jjf jjsll To ^ To j> -^ Ij4r jj>j cut. o. Daily wages. 'jJ>Jj v'3?-'' 'iSj>- Young woman. in.'s r>j^ a of ^yf iJ ^ — J. Eye of animal. o.j a (head of s Jjn^ \j . Refuse of mulberry leaves sj> eaten by silkworms.{ To satisfy a. Aj s — a (handle to a knife. Poi tion of the night. iljat^J Running. th. To send (a deputy). Vipei-. j jj\a5j S — To sign. Partial. 'i^!-^' (gazelle).:C>ljb Sufficiency. Preseiit. for thy sake. 'ijall To put (a ring) on the finder. alike. ^^ >il^j?.' female slave. *ilS?- opp. \j j^ \j attain the proper season^^Lllj j>-^ . s — To bring forth (female). channel. To divide into lots. jjj*>j JJJ50 -i jf Shearer. Instant (month. year). To enter her retreat To give to a. SJO^J J'J? Clippings. Sun. ii\'j»J> shorn. Con. to (the To To introduce a custom. o away (water).Ijj VV j> tinuous.). Part.TT *iJ. jU> ^ <Js'J»J' Course of affairs. Allowance for soldiers. stream of water. Lot. fleece. To be satiated with ^j 1lj^)j Ijvj ^J^ a. ^. siCJI For thee.^ ^j'Sfj i-V^jV?. To make a handle to. J^h To compete To ^Sj^jj ^ iS'J^ run with a. To act in the same way. Satiating (food). C At ) follow the jT same course. To decline (a noun). A sheep-shearing. Current. To curtail (a versse). To be allotted ('portions). Cuttings of leather.^JT for being •wool). Flowing. o. Ship. with. jtO. Maid-servant.). <• ( sljai :!. oCjj* •J'-^J^l'^ *-Jlj?-' ^ Chemist. o. Messenger.j \S'j>~ii\'j>- ^ ^t count of thee. PL Means. To start (a horse). Procurator. cattle). Portfoho. Particulars. particle. to fi *ij^ partake a. th.Girl. A — •* To <• inflict To grant a penalty on a. To To cut otf To flow (fruit). o^i'j>-j Course. Case. To carry siUil a. -t^ To Wool <• clippedat jjsTj Jljij jja- ^ Sja- one time . to execute (a decreej. o. (a pension ) debit of). Zodiacal circle. events. To be satisfied vdih. To be fit to be slaughtered. '0^1 J 'i^?-lj *i>?l-> '^^ Custom. to send (a s ^s'J»dS. Vine-prop.^ give vent (to fi>j i *Sj>water). jja. Atoms. crops. Scythe. th. Shorn. 'Uj?^ ^ t?j^ Surety. Track of a ship. -^ Be'd of a river. '^^^ jb- IJ^J e\ja-^J Ijav" substitute. hired man. jf. on acdUI^ ^. Crops. and to do i — instead of.0?'. Girlhood. >«>• Awl-handle. to shear.. To j'^ rules. o. Executive. ( ^s'j> d^ijf t« Watercourse. To same with (a o\j»<J' * Jl^ iJj>-^^ subject to the a.J 'jt^ji-ij Chemistry.\ . Commission. Lot. Agent. th. to 'J') ji ^ 'J j» In small" quantity (th. special. harvest -time. <> Diarrhea. o.

Slj^ To be chaste.j^l write an even hand. To be prudent. it — Axis of watering-engine. butchery ^ju^. ^ <^j-^if\ Violent outburst of imShell of Venus. Winding of a valley. ^ VJf i Jjf Jjall the Canaries.s (a a iij> a ^.: frjyf^ To cut./j>} <s. Fretting. To I'esolve To impose a. leave ters). Fishei'. ti* To be half-ripe (dates). j\^ Fit to be slaughtered jj:^ ^ j/-^ (camel). great (th. lo jjt ) Very anxious. 5l«j|jl Jjj>JI Islands. Variegated. ej\j»- Fishing-net.\ tient. jjliv & ( Tesselated.n>JI man). Chasteness of speech.a ) ( Ae ) r>^ Medley of white and black. Youth. cruel man. Jl^*.1I To speak on conjecture. th. ( To divide (spoils). opj).'th. th./•lln>'Vl Jij> Young pigeon. Island. Encampment of a tribe. To break. To be important. 9-jj>-j 9J}>-j 9^ii fj* To refrain from. ^ Jijg^j Jj> water left (pond). 0. Firmness. To be at the point of death (old man). chaste (language). J^jf tt »jtj4'->'. To j^a* Ij jja*. til.). To make ( an oath without condition. To fill skin). Peninsula. A — irrevocably. f j 4> Generous. ebb. Prey. Andalusia.y>Cij pjiJl. th. . a part of. To be watei'ed (camels). o. Very respectable. upon.?^ Wholesiile purchase Or sale. ^'j^^ Mesopotamia. Algeria. o. o. A ij — To give to a. afraid and unable to. anxious about a. d'j}'^ -k JjS» Asthma. To bestow a generous upon a. o. two To be galled in the withers gift Slaughter-house. To To eat one meal a '^j?^ i J_y>- ^ day. to cros. To be ^yt-i Small quantity. to a.^jii> I'ipe ( date ). th. To cut off a. ba cut off (dates). Handle of a knife. The fortunate sJj* j j Ijsjl To cut (a stick) in pieces. To decide a. Exhausted camel. To To cut a. Holding little water (pond). Half. to cut (a patience. To show excellent. jj»j j^ P Butcher. ^ii. *iij»j *^j?-J *^lr9. branch). Restless.^!) p.yf To be thick (wood). in afflict a. f. Pai'snip. Considei-able (gift). in a lump. To break asunder stick). ^'j> ^. To buy or ^jGJij Cjl_)> . . grief. Yellow Impatient.j^ -Sriver). rflj^ "~ To compassionate a. To die (man). ^ pj> ^'ji To determine. jj^ Carrot. To insult one another.)y'o f. J — Slaughtered head of cattle. olj?^ Remains of a slaughtered Sjl".ji i) — To grow impabe a pj> To find (an advice) to A ^'j>c:Z. <> Onyx. wise ( Peninsula of Arabia.Correct. Portion of a flock.j^ little Sound judgment. Ebbing jj^ ring). To have ^. strong (language).^^ <pj> jj> \s. feet. 0. olj. Sale or purchase in a lump. dye. grief at.Jpl J 5 S'J^ sell a. To put ( a vei'b) in the conditional mood. (rope. Tyrant . ^>(SC. on a. f^j\ai^ -r f'j?*? To buy or ^ o'jt? Ij Oj^ o <S^ ^ sell ( without weighing nor measu. as the head. Butchery. two — To leave (a ^j 5 ^j»l remainder). To trim (a palm-tree).j^i To fight despei'ately. pieces. (camel). beast. To appraise roughly (a palm-tree). a prey for wild beasts (fightide.

To take consistency. for (good or evil). material. Decisive affair. o. ^>l>-j ^11>I To re- the hand. Chest. ^^ a b3 stout.>J Sign of quiescence. th. "i'^^S ^ jL>Tall and brave (man). enormity. 5 iJlGHardness stiffness.A-'~»- SoUd . bulk. o 5' *'j?-j sOW^ j'j^ (^j>1 for. . To To To To decline (an offer). with ?affron.ii^. to jc jl ^^ j t\j^ jjf. bulky. hardened (hand). ^1^ <> Capitation. with a stick. To feel with jfj A '^_^J:^ \j i J_j ? — a gi'ave affair.( A^ ) Incarnation (of the Verb). bulky. To smash. oCij* ^ (/ *^'ji- Boots. ** j* ^jj}?- w j'X^ commanding the conditional mood. C^f a Ji_. rash. Daring.f -STo dye a. Body. A - solid substance. th. \vcJ-o ^y^ ^ J-4^ /ul^:^ To claim a salarv from a.jezm. a ^. Axle-tree Sj^l* ^ 1Z.^^ -ftin the face. to be. mass. j^-»^ To dry up.j ' *—?t»j si-l*-j C'-?- Ir-?''* ''^ Ji^ To become o *^-^ ^ ^. . . . Particle Filled (skio). Deciding. J. JJ^i — To cross (a desert. -^ \ requite a. •() Beam uphold<• To pay (a debt). SatFron. < To oli-i * Li* o jL» -i^ To sweep. instead o^A* of. to siness). To do instead of. o. Single meal a day. dry. To remain silent about a. ^jiJI. n j'^»-[ Requital. ^-W»^ the payment of a debt. o5— ^ 'i*! become man (Son of God). Hard. bold. To be broken (bone). o. To become stout to increase in volume. th. o. Cut Jji. o. :uili Body.-'L» To make a dam. in Remunerator..r-WTall and courageous. To embark Bulk.^ comf hard (hand). evenly (pen). To show hostility to. solid. Penal code.i^j \y^ oMJ. amongst many. Material. » _. Watered (camel). ejL_. ip^Vj — To be cut. Rashness.lo- To scrutinise (hidden To inquire after a th.j^J. Sj^ Daring. \lr-^~ To embolden a. square (body). ^i. To stare a.*_^lS^lj — To build a bridge. To clean a. Courage. o. fool-hai-dy. To be rash. <^J?. stout. the sea). o. 9r V. Spy. <> body. th. Frozen water. penalty. To grind.^ Hardness : callosity. th em- ^ Criminal law.^ to give consistency to a. Conditional mood. lusty. To requite a. compensation.^ a Tall and strong (camel). *~^ . Bigness. chemise. Em. To be in the conditional mood (verb). Hard skin. 'Cj— W-J »Ll?To coagulate (blood). fi> jlJ- «J^? ^\^ To assume consistency.J?. —-^j things) pair to (a country). To To choose a. Corpulent. cubic. To satisfy a. ?jA — j£ — ing joists. -jloJ-ij C?r^» *l^?-j J^^ . To mill (corn). Flesh. olil?^ 'd<<. Pulse.r~-?" UJ 1 ! jl— J-jO-J. To stand To claim from a. To ascertain (a news).^lj ^ ^.^ JJJ\ bankment. To reward. To exaggerate a. grievousness. To undertake (a budare. o. Corporal. Daring. ill>'l ^ j1^ Clotted blood. o. ^t j\ i^ii — ^ t^^-i^. -4rr^J -^^ Corporal. o. become momentous (aflair). poll-tax. To break. Bridge. Premature.---f j . a Dam. To dare.L>. To strike a. To freeze (water). < Fine. jLl»j ^ Jj—»-J To suffice. Part of a flock. Body (animated). Pontoon. to perform the office of. -^^^ ip To Ij>Wj SjlI-> o ^-» -S\entare upon. Shu't. render a.y-^\ _rl> of a carriage.

i> J .^df x. /fcj j j j press together (army). To rush a. Stout and strong (man). C. Coarse.lL> ^ J-i''^ hoarse. to shout. Owner of a pasture-land.r^ -ft(cattle) to a pasture.^. Avaricious. to js. of J[ ja — llijj iLf Swelhug Ajli.*— To be adjacent (neighbour). sprout (plant). j. To live on unwholesome .> To be curled (hair). Pounded and boiled wheat. To take -P5- To fell a. bleat To <• dart on ^-o* o ja^f J«- -H- (sheep). To roll up. Battle-field. . Hoarse. Having a harsh voice. vjVi?- ^ J^ -K-«- Large bowl. * ^^ _^i» j[l. ( iSIidnight ' To moan To fettered U^ i/a-^? captive). (with a sword).i>j jii>b J-4^ 'j^ (difficult) affair. Cartridge-box . l>U o . _^ia: ^ Tank from which water drawn. S'jh^ a v~^ To be hoarse ( man ). ^^if -»To make (a camel) to kneel.j To whitewash. To a entniat a. Middle part of an animal's body.?^ (of the sea). calx.ij k^i. uniKhJ. To depart.7^al o . Herdsman. ja> To kneel (camel). Stony place. o. Generous. Hand-mill._j. J>aV|j li&i!lj Xi\ -u> Woolly. To Si.s'self on the ground out of grief. Hoarseness.-i\j:. o. coughing. Niggardly.th. Cla- eyes (puppy). Gathering of men living close together.. To cough (camel). J~^ XiA^ij J^i4^ ili.?^ a »—-. To throw o. To belch. of act.—?- ^\ —ii* Narrow space.^=^ vulsed. To bring forth plants (soil). To rush on (sea). Jj}l^ jlL^ 5lr=-?^ Stem of a tree.* -Sdesire earnestly a. Hoarseness. Ojl^i — To be hardened (mud). k^xisrj fc_-4-?"j I-. (_jL_i?:^j Grumbling of camels flocking together. unpalatable food. Disturbance. Mill-clack.?- (of the night).-i> -^ To be unwholesome.) '\l. To emigrate towards. to thirst for. To covet. . clusters of Biu'deii. . To be crisped.C AY) To be covei-ed with hei'bs (soil). thunder). Very covetous. i_j^k^j Unwholesome climate. Rumbling (cloud. Hoarseness. Arm. ^l^j /* (aL> a ^li. Uall S^ assume a pamful (duty).l^ fi. Belch._ ^^ food. 7.. to JC^j - j^ Cattle. Cattle grazing freely.o-. Darkness ni.). To s — slaughter (a beast).* contracted (tli. ^^ To throng and ^^j ^'-^h v"?'^ fi> jXj-j . {n. Coarse. To proceed against (a debtor). <-i forth (wild beast). Chest.To give up a. be contracted.CJi> a »-»i. th. ^i^\ Gypsum.>. to soul).. with fi> s ^>b . difficult duty. jXiTo be curled (hair). o. To scream. curled. j To break (dawn). to plaster (a house). To empty JC»^ cAii^j (a vessel). Cough. Coarse flour.i. is '1>W^ ^^i?-^ not ^ii. -^^ t/sL^ .2)^-^ To be con- \l^j \'j^ a \k^-ii- Plaster kiln. heave (from fear or grief. Sulphate of Plasterer. quiver.i>. Thick. ^hr^ j. ju^j J^ ^ s:i. To open the ili morous party.| Short and stout. ai^Jj aliv ^ ai* (hair). gross. ^^ xiik'mf o— O i_-.f To manufacture (quivers).^ N. Oji^^ « f4^J f^ ^ Worthless man. Big. coarse (food).s^ia^j k_.Si^j sSli^o ai^ ^ To curl (the hair).^j \i. Earth Grumbling (camel).

To give a. down. th. To dry. ^^^ -S- Numerous company. upon. 0. (torrent)."i condition jpj A — To jade (beasts) in a journey. o. To establish a. s .liv -tf- Pension. J J. o. (Prov).ilij ii^j . To escape. i^ o i ^ i_. To render a. as. To To To relieve o. to become A*— such. [ins. To make a. th. th.^\j s ju» _^' \ Foul-mouthed man. Beer (drink). To pluck. C-i>a '4 u-*^ . ^ ^^j <^^. To change a. in. instead of. Coat of mail. governor. salary). o. Lai'ge stream. yJ^-j make. To be proud. To throw a. J>AS»^> rr Abundant sheep. To stipulate with a.ii^j ci^ Spathe of palm-tree. ls^4 "^ Price agreed Ju. a. Sweepings of a torrent. o. jU?Hyena.). full of oi\j^y. a jii o or a. y fi> o — To prostrate Sweeping ^ • I^. to shed tears. haughty. daf a r-i* "^ To vie in merits with a. to jVb ^Ai> a J-?^ -M- «-Jl^ usi?- black-beetles (water). . j^h ~ Dung of wild beasts. Ju^ y]j jU* ^ j^ ^ To muzzle To covet. ^ iL*^ Stipulated price. wages. th. He used it as a capital. ti> -^ ii>. .^ of sheep and their shepherds. to eradicate a. ( for jU ) I^V a To dung (wild beast). n Pincers. i. To (a camel).. Bribe. ^ Rope for tying a well-cleanser. to substitute a. th. a ^j . (J^ a ^ s -H- To use foul language. away. To throw a.'s bowels. jj. U> To begin He began Empty ship . Any hollow i^ tube. o. drying. th. o. To have no CU» appetite. th. Stagnating water blaek-beetles. 'iV To cast forth refuse on the shore (torrent).Useless. Double-barrelled gun.( AA) ^^ oif. th. o^i?^ • •«• -^ To bellow. desiccated. To use a. o. To swarm with To put. To scum a cookingpot. To be uprooted (tree).! 1 ^ j^L^ j j^al . To impose a j Uij. Small river. .ki?^ -ft- utter bad words. Desiccative.Uj>»- a «-ii> ft' To di-y up ^J fit a CiU^j Ci-i^ ^ik To uproot (a tree). drive a. to a. th. fi>j ^-ilM to appoint. eat up a tree to the root fii v^^ U» -S- (cairipl). To fi>j ^ Uajuf -S- pursue (ostriches). dried up. Name of a celebrated vizier. To sweep off the "^rubbish brought down by a torrent. to be dried. lis. To collect (camels. such. Black-beetle Overseer. together. To a (horse) with a coat of mail.ob. Hd committed a gross : blunder. -^ Flocks j. th. To bristle its feathers (bird). Vanity upon (the a. 6^j 6ui To pick up and take a. th. salai'j.^j Jl^j j Chi? a ^^ Buttocks. a. farm. He took Basrah for iloiJ «lr<ap' J*^ Bagdad z. Old man.. Dry.«j ^jA'j ili> v'« stock. down. wiijij To be half-dry (moistened garment). 5 "^'m^i. To cast forth fj'oth (cooking-pot). To bribe a. — Black-beetle. e. o. To receive to do a. Aj a u* a IV "^ To upset a. to long for a. Small and lusty. Stingy. i^\>. 0. ^ Ts Estate of the Sultan let out iuii> Ts to tenants . th. th. n To pick up (dung). To appoint a. S — To make a. amount of a to do. o. CW a away. .

u-i^J w^^J u-i?. Divination. o.. th. (dress). imposing. of a mature |j>Uj V Man- forth by a torrent.. To take jii. Driven away Jj. To be restless. h-i-c . of (a boiler) scum cast Ju» Abundant (wool). Intruder. great. base. To run away in ji>U i Ruda. Swollen (corpse). 3> -«- A fleece of wool. J^\j ovVb cM To grow up_^^ij J^j \'J.tt of the eye. V^ o jl>To scare a. _ ^ s Jui ji^\ Large porringer. iiL^ To be illustrious._^ ^ sj^ Wooden or leather (piiver. o j» ^a>- -» a panic (people). jU>- ^ Jie^- ^?J1 j^. s jlf To bristle his feathers (cock). ^* ^fei^ To b3 despited by. ^s- To To To — ^ »\i.li^ a . vil mighty. Offended. jlij To go away (shade).stock. (the mud). -0i^- unaaddle (a horse). rough (man). Coarse jU-jl jii. '^_yJ.5l away in a panic. (tree). be free from (defect). Obstinate. ay4. Apjile (a she- s uL^ o camel) and give her iles'. i a. To slaughter Eyelid. bag. To slide (saddle). to scrape off a. ( J^a*!. a. Vine-stock. take. - General invitation to dinner. \ Leafy To ba high. sour. To dung (bird). To remove a. s To White.j-*> ^ To behave rudely towards indigestion. Jt>-fr A\ ) Proud. Sour. Clearing off the clouds (wind). waxed (yarns). to send away a.o u^ii^ To withdraw. To break ^j with a.<>• In spite of. /b ji»j — pert. to tyrannise slide (horse-saddle). jif .i for food. '-!»U»I.^ b >U>j '^M away. iron. To sweep away jj^"^ XfeifJCsT . To be shai'p. o. disquieted. Sheath. A viue-. To fi>j J^\ sb«j Mean. age. To treat harshly. ^— Swift (wind). . o. th. jOt^ N.i>j jif (cloud). 0. ip^ ? — leather Slrvi* a. Disobedient (child). ill-treat (cattle).Ii^ Vexed ^a oI^S^ "^ x]%'j-^y. unkind 'U>j s^if . of elephant. A QlLTo ^ swell (corpse). Generous man. God who is great and ^^ j js. j :2jii^:i-j fj\^^ <^ vexingly. Tedious (man). To cast ( fish) upon the shore : ^U^ — (sea). 5 ^\>. Dung at. 3lVt. Hardness . riuirietl. suffer from 'x^yk>-j _. <> To use abusive language. To recover fi-om illness. th. from. to thwart a. boastful. Wide cavity in the ground. jji. away. behaviour churlish. 0. of un. To To scorn at. <«^-?-*' To To fill up (a vessel). Rubbish. To b3 aged. To carry away (the clouds fin yjuf — wind). To be disordered (hair). offer ^1 j J^Aj ^ To be offended.i. ^ Siif Deep dish. To be widened. ^ . uncivil (man). o. Clank of -S- To \'JL^ a J?^ -« obtrusively goods for sale (merchant). ill-treatment.J^ Fearful. o.^ii Jai» harsh.\i:f . vexed by. Foam Scum of milk. To be coai-se Jii^j i>i>'o u» -^ (garment). To bahave saucily towards Insolent.> (lamb). u^ u. Large well. Ju^ 1 ^ ji. To abstain ^i. Fright.. To tease. Ship. Portfolio. Cj\:S>-j oV«?. from its a place. to be scared Harsh rough.^^j . To run ji?. jayj\ To cast off a.^ jiiJIj i J^ ^ fright.

J-W
Grain of coriander, of sesame. o!>*?»I» Black poppy. xll^l — — Egyptian lotus. Cj_ro/»

The

heart's core.

^Jliil

To put a horse-cloth to. »jt>j,!A» — To emigrate from. ^p SI^U p 3?. To pick up (dung) with l^\j,y^oi

the hand as

fuel.

Great number.

<J?fciM ^'-^

To

5 r''9yii

«5Uj >iij

^-ki-

a SU'

^

To be general, common to all. jS^ The rain has been u^jvi _,k;!l J^
general.

throw a. o. do-wn. To import Aj s CUj
(goods).

CU

i

o

^V ^
To
J A

To assemble
a. o.

(a crowd).

threaten

To honom-, to respect a. o. Aj j jli To be strong, hardy. To be weak. ^] To respect, to honour to load s —
;

To procure

a. th. to a. o.

To urge on
the voice.

a horse -with

s

^U_j

— a. o. with gifts. To be exalted, great. it —
To clothe o.'self in. To exalt o.'self above. To take the main pai't
Horse-cloth.
saddle.
-^
is.

,_,

j^ —

To be cared (wound). To dry
(blood).

GjU —

3u5

of.

fi>

j[jiilj

To gather, to meet (people). Ci* a wJ* To scream, to stir about. »_.V b v^ To flock in. To be brought. To be imported. ^Ji^'i lo bring (goods, cattle) Aj 5 wi2>l
from one place to another).

Pack-JSU j

j!iW

W D*
'j:f

Main part

of a. th.

JM>-J D?"
'j^j

•Jasmine. Rose.
Sail of a ship.

P

JyU ^ —
of a place.

Great, illustrious, aged. Bulky.j»._j
,J\^~iZ\

To import (goods}.To ask
a. th. to be brought. Importation. Crime.

a

The

chief

men

^

:a> t*'^

_JU:

Emigrating party. Tax. Serious, momentous or unimportant thing.

aujl^

Uproar, confused voices. v-^j ^iv ~ Imported goods. -r <• A kind of upper garment. ;Lt> Cloud having a rounded outline. ,_jbi

V^^

He has done

it

for thy sake.dllU ^^ iiis

Majesty. Highness.

Dung

H^^j J^Wof sheep, goats, camels. :a»j U?JiJ-

of a camel's saddle. J*^l »_i?Skin formed on a healing wound. JsU j> 'lVj ^^if ^ (m. and f.) Imported (slave). «— JM>^j Imported mer•^''9^ -r *r4^j *<^ chandise camel bringing it.
;

Wood

Basket of palm-leaves J'^^j
(for dates).

^

:a»

^ Pack-saddle maker.-J>Clv
F.
of

-^j Jv^^>.

Important affair. jl> ^ J» Saving your reverence. dxL.'\ -^
Consideration, veneration. ;lajj JiUI.

^\

Negro or
mixture.

slave-driver. Biinger.

^jIA^^

For thy sake.

du^

^j>j

vii!

>U

1.

Rose-water. GumPeas. Vetch.
Boisterous, clamorous.

U^>-i ^'9^

P

High, great, v^j y^'ij •^l ^ Strong. Big. Respectable, venerable.
General, luiiversal (rain).

j^

^

jli,^

Termagant woman.
Resounding afar
off (thunder

Impulsive, atti'active.

Talisman, love-charm.

Smock. Woman's gown.

»_aj>Lv

^ cjUU
a

^

Book. Code. <> Periodical review. :u?-J» To scream. To thunder. J>.i^ "STo threaten a. 0. To toss a. th.4>j — To hang bells to a horse's neck. To be tossed, shaken. To sink jiii^ in the earth. To be restless (mind).
2f

Bells

put on a gown. Newly hatched bird. i»-j>U ^ To strike a. o. y ci=?b Cd>'
,

To To

clothe a.

0. in

a smock.

^:j^

Ja-jiV
i


-8-

hanged to the J?.>U ^ jiJL> neck of beasts of burden. Resounding (thunder, rain). JQetv Sound of a bell, of thunder. aI?JU

cM

<

!Mount Calvary.

A

skin, a piece of skin.

< Avari-

soi?.

cious.

Thy countryman.Thy kinsfolk.iijaij. o;[
Patience. Firmness.
Steadfast. Frost. Ice.

To di'ink up the whole of. gt c-l^*!. The giant Goliath. o^W- H To lose o.'s hair on the GJ» a r4»
two
sides of the head.
ip

-tt-

o'^^j 3iiU
'\jjj.

^ 04*
-^

Skinner.

??yi>
Js\»J>

To rush on. To show open enmity with

^^
-rlf

a. 0.5 yj(>

Executioner. Seller of hides.

i>U ^ fJi^ Book-binder. Enduring ( horse), jl^

Whip. Lash.

Baldness on the two sides of the head.

Temples stripped of
Bald on the two

hair.

o»i»

Bound in leather (tome, volume). j.Ujl Volume, tome. To walk fast. To be i^jUl — Jii> -S|

.ui> ^ ^d>1 sides of the head. Hornless (ox). Barren ground. s«Ul>.
^ti^

^

long (night). Mole.
Priesf..

To be

over (rain).
i»Uj:

Unfruitful year.

^

ii^

^j 1^ ^ :;ij b. P/. Particles flying in the air from

Mechanic. Monk. '^'^'^ ^ ^'^^^j

^-^
J,^
-{}-

the heads of reeds, etc.

To

fasten a sword(

fii

J^fj ijU:

j

hilt

with a nerve
quickly.

).

To

tie

up

a. th.

To flood (a valley). To A 6..L>ra ^i>- -Hwash away its banks ( sti-eam ). To cutoff (a limb). <> To sharpen (a
knife).
o.

(ai'ound the head).

To go

J^ To throw a.
To be
-<>

down.

^_,

Quickness in walking. o'j'^ Leather strap. JJ^-r Sj^U- j j%Soldier. Tax-collector,
Filbert. Pine-pitch.
z'jj

destroyed.

To

fall

down J^^JU^
^JU

>U ^

ji^i^

and be unable to Whetstone.

rise up.

y^

Careful, steady in his work. jiiU jJi^A

Overflowing torrent. To meet. To show
pride.

^>U
^^Vl

_„iJ^

-fr

To

down. To Cl^j Cj^ i sit ( assembly ). •<> To be straight. To grant an audience to. Jl^ J ^_,j0j
sit

^V *

To

lash, to flog a. o.

s lal>i

jS:f.

-»-

— To
To

constrain
be

a. 0. to.

jp

5

<•

To straighten a. th. To sit in company with.

»'^_Mj siSvfj l^if o steady, patient, sturdy.
iSyj^vij

j1>-

To make a. o. To sit down. To be sitting
meeting.

to

sit.

To be

frozen

j.!?^ \j

j>^j, luJU a
ij

oU

(ground).
;

to hold a

To To

bind (books).
fight a. o.

To

skin

* A^
jilu.

(a beast).

To

allow

a. 0. to sit.

^s

iS^iUj SaJb-Ji

Sitting of a Court.

Way of
Seating.

sitting.

Company

of

men

sitting

^Jj.

with a sword. To compel a. o. to. To be covered with

Jl. s

ice (soil).

jUgll
ji?tj

together. Society, company.

Companion. Friend.
Seated.
•^

'H.!^

u-y^j

a-ji?

^ ,j-ii>' t crJ>

Straight.

To show endurance, hardiness. To fight together. To strike with a sword. ^_, To empty (a cup).
Flogging. Firm, strong. Robust.
^^

jjbtj
jir^l
fi>
I.

Company. Tribunal, ^,Ut> ^r ^4?^ Court of Law, council, ministry.

ji^

iiU1 ^ ai*

White rose. Basil (plant). oU-1? P To swear. To lie. Cu\ y iai^ -HTo shave (the head). To draw A—
\

The whole
person
•,

'<>\^J^J oU-jVI i!A^l

(a sword).

To contend with

a. 0. in

cunning, j JaJU

body and limbs. Firmament. Patience. Firmness. JLf Smooth and hard ground. ojJ^j — Skin. Hide. Leather. i>u1j ij^ ^ oia;

stone, rock. Strong

^

C ^

man.
/A-?ii_U

To take away

a. th.

To

A ^^^\

Rose-preserve.

P

Pomegranate-blossom.

jCU ^

absorb up. Unbecoming, shameless (woman). J»^

Wild brier. Dog-rose. ct^r^i* P To take off a. th. A (^U a <U -^ To discard. To remove *~ cj^ ^j pebbles) from ( a place ). To deter (
a. 0. from.

To be disclosed (teeth). CJ^ a To be shameless (woman). ^^ To hold bad talks (people). To
quarrel at play.

^l>

a

^

-S-

^li.

To be

bald in the forepart

fit

v'^Li

a *U^

of the head. Opposite side of a valley. a!il> ^ liJU The two brinks of a valley.^il^l uiU

Shameless, barefaced. Traveller. jS\». Showing his teeth.-u^j iLi* ^^Jbllj ;4f To rest on the ground IJ^^ — ^Vb- -H(horse). To increase. To hurry on.
\

To spread To make
a. o.

o.'s self

on

jji^\

jjJl> -S-

Bald (man). Hornless (ox). *u1 Black rhamnus. ^,^ -^ To rub ili^ i jsTj A lyuj f^U >U -)^ up, to polish (a blade, a mirror). To become clear to a. o. J s>U —
(news).

the ground.
cuts to

^

Zjfi^

ui» a

,il> -M-

vnth (a sword). To trim

a. th.

with.

To

fight

(with the sword). To

^]\>.

disclose (the teeth) in laughing.
a. th.

To show

To

display (the

jc

— To

take away (the
).

* CiUo
To
cut

J^^
off,

bride to her husband).

mud

To bark

a. th.

to

— To emigrate from. To expel a. o. To dispel (grief) js^ s — fi'om. To disclose a. th. to. To make (a present) ^ s ^j o 5U

^

destroy a. th.

To strike a. o. (with a sword), o 5 — To be rough, rude. 'Sy^j (^ a wil^ To reduce to nothing, to A o^
destroy (goods
:

to his bride

on the

wedding-day
If a
L>

dearth).
/b oii2?-\

(bridegroom).

To have

the forepart of the
hair.

To uproot. To destroy a.th. Hard and di-y bread. Empty
Water-skin. Scratch on the skui. Piece of dry bread.

jar. ji]L>

head without

^1^»-h <^j^

~

To manifest a. th. to a. o.^i. Sj A s j^ To disclose o.'s sentiments, t L' ^i. — To manifest, to reveal a. th. to.tj ^ Ju To emigrate. ,,.u; ^i J9II To cause a. 0. to emigrate i —

*M»<Ii^

^

from (dearth).

Mud. Clay. ^yj. Cut of a pen. **i»: j *ii» Rude, uncivil. ^i^^j •J^ Taken away. Scratched. ^J^^j ^/• AjDarnel-grass.
Impaired, curtailed.

To To

reveal Himself to
disclose the
0. a.

man (God). J tij mutual condition JU7

oU>
JS^*

of

To

calk (a ship).

A

Jji^j Lil^

-S-

To reveal Himself to man (God ). jiji^ To be elucidated (affair). To be polished. To clear off (clouds, sadness). To consider, to observe a. th. >b ?^^\ To unveil (a spouse) for the Jt —
S'

Calker.

^lii>.> i»Ui?i

'

To shave (the head). ^ CsiU jV "^ To throw projectiles on. ^s— To show the teeth in laughing. jU»7
Particle, piece of meat.

'

XSy»
i^,J JP^

time before her husband. To be presented to her husband ji.~j.
first

!

Damascus (town).
Sack.
Ballista.

1^

i

Jtl^y^
a. th.
fi>

(spouse).

To ask

a. 0. to disclose a.th.

jft

^

— To
j

^ 3-^'^ P Jt^^h Jc^-^ ^
i

shear

^li^lij ,C,.U

Juf

-Ji-

Clearness, brightness. Emigration. '^U

Shears.
Clipped wool.
I

oCifj

^jL>

Baldness on the half of the head, Brilliancy. Splendour.

's^

^z-y^.

Large

j^y^j a>>U ^

ij4.l>j

uiU

-ft-

'

(

\r

)

Chest.

Long-haired, hairy.

To

articulate

A

(words) confusedly. To avoid (an atiair).

Wild
Skull.

jjarsnip.

Confused pronunciation.

-y^ J,\ by the husband to ;yu his spouse. Wedding-party. Apocalypse (of St. John). oUL. Captivity of the Hebrews. o>5i?Jl • Tribute paid by nonJ\yf ^ :;j li. Moslems. Exiled people.
Gift presented

Man of good

fame. Moon.

Wooden

cup.

^^.i;

Clear, evident, manifest. Polished. -[^

Well sunk To be angry with.
Chief.

in a saline

ground.
-H-

Garret-wmdow.

i»^-^
:C.\>-

u

tlii a ^^y?

To wrap To be
To

o.'s self in.

j 1^7
'U^j

Person, individual.

W

Obvious thing; true report. Exact statement.
Clearly, evidently.
Bi'ighter.

£4^

^j^j

li»C» J i^i^ a

-Ti'^f -J^

ungovei'nable, to run

indulge a fancy.

away (horse). To have o/s own

.)_^ j, lsl'\ Bald on the forehead. Clear (skyj.

Handsome.

Revelation (of God to man).

way. To forsake her husband and go to her family (wife). To hiu'ry on. Headless arrow. ''^^^^ 5- t^*-

'j^ Transfiguration (of Jesus-Christ). Forepart of the head. Jbt> ^ X^

To be

filled

up, (well); Ctji^

i

'^

-S-

To be proud, vain. To vie in merits \\'ith

QC^^
a. o.

-r--^ -S-

crammed, (measure). To be
:

s t-S^

Proud, vain. ^t?^ «- ^-'^ To thicken lS._^j IX> o J^j oi^ (blood). To freeze (water). To be
-f5-

dant. To collect in (a well To heap (a measure), /b (•^'^j U.9^ ~ To let (water) collect. To be left at rest ^Jj l^'b ~
(horse).

abunwater).

stingy.

To freeze (liquids cold), To ba contiguous to. To be stingy, poor.
:

fit

a^sllj at?^
s
j,'A>-

To cram

(a measure), to

fill it fi

^IJ.

to excess.
I

^^,11
,

Ice,

snow.
soil

High and dry
Dry
(soil).

Tearless (eye). Rainless (year
.tiiis;

Solid body. Mineral

^ -

Name

two months obilisi ^ of the Arabian year.
of
ai»_j a>l^»

i^ili*

Thickened, frozen.
Solid, firm. (Gr.)
•«•

;^

a*Q.

To grow, to multiply (plant). ^t*lj — To be coming on (affair). To leave (a horse) at rest. '^'\ To let (water) flow. To become tangled (plant). ^%^ ^ To be heaped (measure). To be plentiful, to collect j.»^[ (water). To be covered with plants (soil). To rest (man).
2f

fi>

Defective

(verb).

Dull (man)

Great number. Noon-^,_^ij tide Abundance of water.
All together.
jjjill

^i;.,.

^

^

Hard. Tearless eye. Niggardly.
Solid bodies. Minerals.
O
^f^>-

'^j \y^

Filling up, heaping. Rest.

{^ jX^
^1

To
-^

the

full.

•l«?t^

Excess (of a mea^
sure).

^'9:J

-»-»?-j

To meet for business. To give live coals to a. 0. To twist her hair on the back
of the

s

J^
J^.

Well full of water. Numerous party.
Luxui'iant hair.
Filled with

4«>j «,^

head (woman).

To

collect, to join a. th.

To

5j

fi>

gather the marrow (of a palm-tree). To canton an army in the enemy's
country.

^
live

water

(well).

Luxuriant plant. Hornless (buck).

-i^l ^

j,^
'^^iS

v^ ^

.li^j.

^

To roast (meat) upon

Spearless (warrior).

J^
Army.
Plural of a noun. Recollection of thoughts.
jV^iivl

(M
,^
^Jl ^^
TT

)

Flock. Gathering. Addition-

coals.
fy-

To fumigate

e

(

a

garment

).

The day
(last

of the meeting

Judgment).
fU.>1
;1j»^I
,-

Fist.

aW

To char a. th. To walk quickly (camel). J^\ To meet for a common (affair), ip — To prepare a (fu'e, race-horses), a — To fortify themselves in j'^^%:.\j jl^
a hostile country (army).

Reunion, concourse oliirj ;4>
of people.

w*
^ii

Week.

Friendship.

To perfume ^ ltU»
*^»i»

o.'s self

with.

^ ^ii?l

Friday.

CJ<^U4-

t

'<^«4-i **<-?i"

Burning-coal. Stone.

Party of men,
fraternity.

society. oUli?;

/:\

^^ ^
jVi> j

o^j^

Congregation. Religious con-

Party of horsemen. United tribe.

olj^ —
j\^ jC^

Men
life.

collected together.
jjj'ifj

Reunion. Social

fU.;?l
^i^U-

Compi'ehensive. General.

Synagogue. Mosque.
Substar.tial discourse.
i^. Tie.

^^i},:

^
ir

^^b.

Pith of palm-tree.Head of Head. a mast. Meeting-place.
Plait of hair.

,^UJ1 ^;l>*

^^ilfeiJl

*^**

Censer. Fire-place.

^*bfc«

^

Oj-^9ii^

JMeeting. All, the whole.
All of them. Entirely, together.

^^^
'

All together.

The

->>*<?

7! r-o^

I

whole.
Collection. Sura total
vU.> fzl

Aloes-wood. To walk at a quick pace To jump. Quick walk. Trot.
Swift-footed (ass).

-«-

iSj^

Agreed upon.
Confluence. Meetingr^yr-''

Sycomore-tree. Sycomore-^^^^j
fig.

ji^ J\^
-«-

room. Convocation. Council. Museum
<•

To congeal
Ill-bred,

(grease).

Uj4.?i

^:^

Censer.

vulgar nnan.

,j~^ °

In the strength of life. Hurrying.

Buffalo.

u^i^j^
stone),

« wy'^ P
c'-'n-f

Amethyst (precious
Allowance,
civil

and military pay.
fi>

To shave

(the hair,

a

Ci.4^

To gather (things). y:^ To melt (grease).-^ To join, To be elegant, S\'^ a
beautiful, kind, pleasing.

o Ji> to unite o

^
1

P J^^ -^

the head).
Depilatory paste.

^j

J-j^j

J-^
^

1 Ji^

To

connect, to collect

^

u;.^ a ^if

a. th.
fuj 5

To comprise,

to include a. th.

To To

embellish, a.

o. or.

a th.

j^

treat a. 0. kindly.
collect, to

To

blan- i j>b.

dish a. o.

To

sum up a. th. To Aji>l on (business) skillfully. To behave decently, politely in. j — To be embellished. To adorn o.'s jtaj
cai'ry

To put (a noun) in the plural. To imite, to i*econeile (people). oiJ — To gather, to store up carefully.* ,^ To fit, to suit a. o. itlili>-j ii^Ut^ yi^ To go unto his wife (man). a — To agree on. To resolve Uj ^ j^^
unanimously upon (an
:

affair).

To affect kindness, courtesy. To show selt-restraint. To eat melself.

To drench (the soil rain). * — To come together, to ^ii>'lJ 4^
combine.

ted grease.

Camel. Cable, ship-Jii^ltj cordage.
Sword-fish. Whale.
can.

Jii>.

^

j;,:

To reach manhood. They agreed unanimously
upon.
well.

u
a
i)

Peli- ^Ul!l

Ji>

They united together
Vj^'^

His business goes on
i_^J| ji^: .^

Chameleon.
Ship-rope.

jti^ j;^^ j;^

Crowd. Multitude of men.

?>•?•

-K

^^•

C

\o

)

^ To

overaxcite a.

o.

^

c^

Use of the alphabetical
value.

To render a. o. To insane (God). » 3,f 1 To conceal, to veil a. th. or »j A ^1 a. 0. To bury (a dead person). To show symptoms of olVj oti.^
madness.

jtiJI tjLl» letters according to their numerical

Beauty, elegance. Fine behaviour

;Ji;j:

good manners. Patience.
Camel-driver.
iiii»

To play the insane before, ip o\pSj — To be concealed. To l^^-^h ^Vl

^

J^
:^

Whole, summing
Propo.sition.

up.

^

j^^ ^

veil o.'s self

from.
X-Ja- j olVj
'j>-

The

Genii

(

opp. to

{Gram). hi short; upon the i^'^\ jj whole, in a word.
Hei-d of

iijfi[,

men).

A

genius, a demon.

Garden. Paradise. Covering, protective.
Shield
;

^ '^ ou?-j oU» ^ "^
;!i.

oVli^ij jiv;^ ^ irc^j camels or she-camels.
(

jJi;^

^

Summary.
General

opp. to j^^^^ij

)

Jii^Il.

,^ tjJ.

way

of .speaking.

armour.

iG^;;

^

;a?.>j 2;?tAj
c>\'j>-

In short. In general. JU.,!^! jj Ji;?:^0

Hai"mless serpent.

^r

o^
^\i

Tomb. Corpse.
Shi'oud.
Veil.

Splendour, brightness, grandeur.jiij Fine behaviour. Courtesy, kindi^ess.
Fine, handsome. Good service. J.^ Good deed. Grace, favour. Melted

olV^ « Darkness of the night. o^j ui^
:JOoij oC^i

Shield.

grease.
Finer. Better.

Heart.

^t^\ ^
;

^t:i-

jW*
Summing up.j;.^
<•

Madness

diabolical fury,
-^

o^j oU
K^
v];-.

\Vhole.

Sum
.

total.

Possession, insanity.
of rage, passion.

Paroxysm Oji»
IJ
1

Ridged roof
Garret.

Dome. o^\'^ ^ CiJ^i

Anything hidden. Embryo. Foetus.
Small gai'den.
Gardener.

O^

57 t/C».

Pear). Silver-bead.

olW ~
fi>

cr*-^

"^

Jewel.

J

To
"*•

gather.

'^}^

°j

Country haunted by "demons. Madness. Hiding-place. Mad. Possessed. Luxuri- o^\>.j>
ant (plant).

U^4^
,,

(earth).

To heap up j^^ ^ To cover a grave) with
(

-CaJ:

earth.

To take

off the

main part
ipj

of.

To
c/^f'

relate to a. o. part of

Jt

a news.

To be crook-backed. To bend on. To jc.
upon a. o. or Hump-backed.
fall
:

\i:f

ubJ,

^^^ -^ js^'a Uf
a

To exalt o.'s self above. j'^J>i The public. Multitude, jj^li* ^ j^fW people. Throng. Heap of sand.
le.

a. th.
.IX:> j, U>.1
_,|

Popuiai', vulgai".
<>

Heady

(Avine).Cfj _^ij>

Republic.
i;^j
i;^^

;2j y^*>-

To send a. o. a j CV q ^if -5^ away to put a. th. aside. To make a. o. to avoid, s ^J^i —
fit

Volume. Pj'ominent
pari.

— y,^ ^

Body. Bulk.

S'li»j 'li^
ClV.)

to discard a. th.

To be dark
iS^i
CJaT 5

To

lead (a horse) by the side.

^y4i

^o'i^ ^

(night).

To blow from the south(wind). Z^ — To be J[ C2^ a .^j (Jf o ^:» anxious about. To long for. To suffer from pleurisy. ^•i. To be overtaken by the south-^;^ ]j — •wind. To be in a state of legal impurity (Moslem).

cover, to jp ji a C_^j \:^ — wrap, to conceal a. th. To be mad. To be posses- Cy^^j U» %» sed by the devil. To be covered with

To

To buzz (insect). To be in a fit of passion, furious. <>• To be mad with joy or anger.
plants (soil).

To be hidden

to.

cJ^'c^'^i'iA-

(

M)
To
fii

To give wings to. 5 ^J» To lean towards. Jl^ -r^'^j r-J»-'\ To make a. o. to s 'rStzl\j t-^'^ lean. To incline a. o. towards. To bow down in prayer. i»tif»'ij ^.-?tJ
Part of the night. Night.
Side of a road. Shelter.
^.-^j ^i*.

j\ S ^ji».\j

^\aC>J

^^J
i

<^^

avoid, to shun a. o. or a. th.

To stand by the side of. To avoid a. To send a. o. away.
Side of a man's
Side, n

Ci'.:.*.

j

:J(9t.i

^.W

o.

»

^^1

wU*

»r>V

^r

vV

Arm, armpit.

^Ja-'ij

JiJ^^ ^-V :iko.T^ ^IlL>
of a building.

body. Region. Flank.

Basket for dates,
!

tLVj C-V
^niisT

Wing.Wing
Fin of a
Sin, crime.

of an

army

greens.

fish.

Shelter. Protection.

^U>'
side.

< By your side. Beware What one avoids.
Polluted (Moslem).

:;ii

Leaning on one
Rib.

^JU
tJ^j^
?r

JJi.

*^S^

To levy troops. 5 js» -ir To volunteer (soldier). a!0 Army, troops, iCJij i,y ^ jJ>
soldiers. -^ City, province.

Flank, side of the body. sj>\'^ .^ wJU Declivity ( of a mountain ). d Few,
sf

me.
»j4^-" ^'^

Tractable. Compliant.

A

soldier.
lociist-ijif;^

^r^?-

Kind of

^

Life-guard.

V-^'-J V-^V Sj,*'^ !r j'^V,

^
^

Neighbourhood. Abode, courtyard, Excellency [liile given fluenlial men).
-tf-

i_j'^
to in~

Horse-leash.

k_u>
«-jCoJI s>>1»

Bubble formed on water piU* ^ <f jJ» -J^ by rain di-ops. Evil.Worthless man. Forerunners of evil. ^4^1 ^iCoT To throw a. o. down. ? JajaT -Jr
Stone. Water-fall.
PJane-tree.
JiC;^-

Manageable (horse). Pleurisy. ^iJI Mi -^j

^iill ciij t_;U>
oC.»r

Legal impurity. Gross term. Led by the jlx^ ^ ^j^h
South.

^%h

^ir^
v>?'ti.jV

^ jo-V
jtJ- -^

side (horse). Pleuritic (man).

To cover,toconcea]a. th.A IjijTi^ -STo put (a dead person) on a s _n» litter. < To make the funeral of. Bier. Corpse. J(x;f ^ oj(:^j s3t^>
Funeral-

South wind.
Southern, meridional.
Foreigner. Stranger.

Unmanageable. Foreigner. ^^y^ ^^'\
JJUa^
for

Funeral, obsequies.

^ jU>
)

<>• <>•

Shield. Veil. Border-province.

w-^-;

To be covered
with verdigris.

(

_^j

y^
yj^

To fetter a. o. To be in irons.
Verdigris.

-^

jy^^j
jl'j'i* P ^ ^ jU P

Vanguard. :cJi/i The two wings (of an army). oOrlJsti Pomegranate-blossom. j'Ji. -STo overcharge (merJji?«l> J^ii -^^
chant).

To quack.
s;^ C.* ;- Jii~=>

Chains.

(

for j^^]j

)

^Jji»'

Aci'obat. Quack.

P^
-S-

Yellowish blue.

jj jU.
i

To

alight with

extended^ij

— ^i>

To To
•^

ripen (date).

CV

o

^r^

"^

wing.s (bird).

To pretend

to descend

specify, to classify a. th. »j s j_^V To assort (goods).
j

from a noble race (man). To conceal o.'s self in a garment.

To resemble *_, s Cu> j Uu/J ^_^i» a. 0. To be homogeneous with.
Kind, species. Genus.

To

feel

sympathy for.

\p

^(:^\

-r ,j~'j»

Class. Sex. Family. Race.

Belonging to a sex, a kind.

'ts^
;:-J»
£'jb.^

Common

race, origin.

Affinity, likeness.

^Q^j

Race, lineage. Stock of a tree. c-i* Polygonum. Knotgrass. _??a^ Asparagus. ^ Sty (on the eye).jija^ -ttTo be at hand (night), (i.^* a ^V "^ To stoop, to incline towards. Jl^ — To break the wing (of a bird). j —

^

\
(

Y)

j.^^
^j-''S^
i

To struggle
against
a. 0.

5

l^Vi»j SJi*U>i

To wage a holy

jaU war
oiail
).

(against unbelievers).

Homogeneous, similar. To go ^i ClV a wxf»'J 6>i»' astray from the right way.

wiV

-fr

To appear to a. 0. (truth). J To become within sight man
(

To
a
•^

act wrongfully (in
will).

j

oi^»Mj

To

become possible

to a. o. (th.).
o.

To
To

urge, to press a.
strive aftei'.

To Xj

i ai»''i

desire.

To squander To

(goods).

j j:^\j
j

oivV'

To overcharge a. o. (seller), ip ^V To harass a. 0. To break off in angei- with s Uu(>To premeditate sin. _J^ ^b»j
Injujitice.
^'::i

struggle against

difticulties.
a. th.

To meditate upon
Zeal, exertion.

j:^iZ.\

He exerts
Ability.

his

Power. Fatigue, utmost e'j^

j^
^'J>\

Astray. M'rong-doer. Crook-backed. Canvass, .\wning. u^^»j er'^V, "*•
Coai'se cloth.

endeavours.

Power,

enei'gy. Painsta- j4>

To

hurl (stones)

a

^j

,

ul,:

i

j:>

):}-

king. Fatigue.

with a balUsta.
zjJL\^j
^ir'l^*))

Fight. Holy war.
a

i^,
-u**

Ballista.

J=JU;:j jJbi^
(fight).

War
cattle.

^ J^-^^

^^

office.

oljji

Pasture-land

much sought by

To become hot War. fight.

d*!*'"*"

dU» Ts
iJ^y

A kind of
cfili* 0I
iliil*?-'

cymbal.

^

d)i»'

P

Utmost limit, uttermost. The utmost of thy lIT jiU
ability is to do so.

Chinese junk. Cymbal-player.

*s-5^
i

->•

\^^

Zeal, exertion,

i>i?t^

He has exerted himself to
the utmost of his power.

aS>j'^

Jllj

To

be known, Ij*** J O*?-' a published, divulged (event).
a. th.

^' ^
}ij
fi^

To gather a ^sTj \^ j>i' -« (fruits). To collect, to pick up a. th. To commit an offense, a ci'ime.^u* — To have ripe fruit (tree). To ^'
be rich in produce
(soil).

To charge

a. o. falsely

with
^^

js. J4.J

To make

notorious, to
(

a crime.

i-eveal a. th. To journey in an unknown land). To see a. th. (without veil). To discover, to disclose a. th. To cleanse (a well). To magnify a. 0. To dazzle a. 0. (sun). To speak aloud to a. 0. J^JL. » — To be dazzled by the (sun). \y^ a j^ To be loud (voice). To Sjli»' o ^4>

To gather
Gathered
Harvest.

ffruit)

from.

J,:
,

fruit.

sC,>j,'U>1

Freshly plucked (fi'uit). Arbute. Strawberry-tree.
Crime, Crime,
fault, guilt.
-if

Blood-price.
sC>'
?

become

illustrious (man).
,_,

Gatherer. 'U>1j 'll^j Criminal, culprit.

To

declare

i \j\.i»-j a. o.

S^aU^ _^V»

To

.shout.

<>•

To

shine.
"i^Svf
ci'itic.

Jii

a. th.

openly to

To overcome

Man
To

a. o. in.

sound judgment. Able
of
toil,

-^4»

;P

To show open enmity to. sjioiJLi » — ~ To read aloud. S'G?""''. _riVb To divulge a. th. ^_j jl s ^i^\ To appear in broad light. ^ii?-.j To find (people) to be i y^:^\ numerous. To see a. 0. plainly.
Notoriousness,
Openly, publicly.
oj'^j jli> j y^^^

to exert

j

\'y^ a J—**' -^

o.'s self

strenuously

in.

To To

try

a. o.

>^

overload (a camel).

To

^•

ai»"b

— —

distress, to

weary, to exhaust
ili^*

a. o.

To suffer from thirst. To be hard, distressful
(hfe).

CiLt a4>
a a*>

s^;»j

i^i;^'^

\y^

(

^A)
Secretly and openly.
I,14>j 'Ir-

or stupid. To despise
(a plant
:

a.

o

To shake

wind).

Ignorance. Foolishness. H^j J4> State of infidelity ainongst the *!Ub.

Exterior appearance.Pleasingness._^ Plain voice. Fair appearance. Sjli* Fine-looking. Dazzled. '\'^ j,

^\

pagan Arabs before Feigned ignorance.
Ignorant.
Foolish.

Islainism.

Bare
i

soil.

^y^j

Ji^^j j4>

J^^> ^ JjaU

Beautiful. Striking.

Loud, strong (voice).
j

Ignorant, illiterate. Simple.
Incentive to ignorance.

J^
*ii^
I

Having a loud voice (horse). Speaking aloud. jli?&>*j
Substance, es.^ence,
'

Wayless

desert.

J^^ ^
Jc^W--^
??•

Ji?---*

^}'y> -r nature. Jewel. Gem. Pearl.
give the

j^'j4-

J^ ^
-«-

^^

Passive (verb).

J>f?«^
I

Essential. Jeweller.

'iSji'^
,

Anonymous.

To
To

jp j^^ij Kjl^ a j^'

To
meet
look.

Jj s

j^j

s

Ci*

a

j^j J^
face.

-8I

last stroke to (a

a. o.

with a frowning

i

supply, a. o.

wounded man. with. To *j
prepare, to
fit

is

j^*' out.

To ha~e

a stern

^j^j ^\i^ o
with
jj

jJtiI

equip (a ship).

To

To

look at

a. o.

J

>rf?»J

To bury (the dead). To supply o.'s self with
apparatus.

travelling j^i^

a severe, morose face. To have rainless clouds (sky). Stem, contracted face. The darkest part of the
night.

To be prepared

for a. th.

J

ji^a^ij

Provisions, equip- sj^> 1 ^ j Jl** ment. Set of tools. Funeral apparatus. Outfitting of a bride. Rigging of a ship. Household furniture. Quick death. Light-footed j<^

y^

Waterless cloud. Impotent, weak.

To draw
Infernal.

near.

G^o i^^^
Gehenna
11>-

(

hor.se).

Hell. Hell-fire,

H

Wolf. Name of a woman. Quick (death).

tj^^
J**^
Ji^

To be ruined (house). To widen (a wound). To contend with a. o. for glory.^ J^G. To become serene (sky). To >.>
be conspicuous (road). To show avarice towards To contend with a. o. for
superiority.
a. o.
u.

To betake To
fear a.

o.'s self

to a. o. in
child].
C;

weeping (frightened
o.

j

To

^*

iS

j^ ^

escape from.

— To

be about to weep.

'ifetiib

jp

^^Wsj

Tears. C^o^vd.

To prevent
M^^*'^
ly"-*^

^

5

y^:;*.' 1j

,

foiV a

j^^

5

Bald. Roofle.ss (house).

a. o.

from.
a. o. j

Serene (sky). Bald (man).

Tent without curtain. J,jl .Qi Atmosphere. Wild pigeon. .|^ ^'yf-^ The inside of a house. .^^ -^ Depressed groimd. l>> ?r
I

To overcome a. o. To discard To outstrip, to precede a. o.

y^A\»

«

^
-fi-

Abortive fcetus. J^t*?*-? u^i?^' Casting forth (her young one), ja^^^ To be ignorant ^i;^^ %;i, a J*>
;

^

Interior, intimate, inside.

-j
i_jU-

1^

to be unlearned, to be foolish.

To be unaware of a. th. To show ignorance to. To cut out (clothes). To bore C^>.'o — To attribute ignorance to. (a rock). To undervalue a. o. To cut an opening in a To feign ignorance. j v^J ~ shift, shu't. To deem a. 0. ignorant Aj
A
k_(Uo.ij,Cl^^j

To

C^

cross, to

ramble

in (a country).

?

j;?a^i

^f:

C\

To bestow

a. th.

^ o^

Jt

\iyf-

— To answer
(vault,

(a question).

bountifully upon a. o.

converse with a.
church).

o. -^

To *j 5 i^j^i. To resound
to

To oiler o.*s self to death. « L; — To shed abundant tears iSj^>j |S^ — (eye). To be copious (rain). To render good. To better a. th.^ 5^ To vie with a. o. in generosity. 5 ijUTo speak or to do a. th. a i^?- b -'^^ well. To make a. th. excellent. To pay in good money. oi^i 31^1 To select a. th. good. i^ To vie in bounty with 0. a. ijUi^ To esteem a. th. good, Aij » :>\»CiZ.\ excellent. To ask the bounty of. To
'

To correspond

(God's grace).

To answer
a. th.

a. 0.

on

^
;

ji Jl. n

^\J\
'^'S^

To

convei'se together

to

reply one to another.

To clear away (fog, mist). v'Wl To be rent (clothes). To stretch the
neck (camel).

To

sink (a well).

a. th.

To tear A i_jU> To put on a shirt. To cross (a
1.

country).

ask

a. 0. to lend (a courser).

To answer
iU. (a prayer
i'^f
.U..'.,

a. 0.
:

To hear J

_jl

5 uUtiJ.!.

Vanity.

God).
^'^^a3^\ a

Copious rain.
Yielding rain (sky).

i^ jta.i^ ^^
sS^>j

To ask a
place.

question.

Journey. Large bucket. Fire

Excessive thirst.
Saffron.

>G?j

S^^^?
[jal*.
si>o.'
s,yi.

Woman's
Smooth

shift. Shield. (-j>>j Cj\>.'ji
»-

Hollow, excavation.

Bounty. Good qualities.
Liberality. Generosity.

tract

between

two
'-r'^yf

lands.

Generous,

il^l ^{m.

f.)

:i\yij ii3>
5r

Answer, a Letter.

>Q?-b *Q?: Fleet (horse). Courser.
^yf-j ^jS>-h -*iJ,W-b

*'>?

To bring a

letter.

v'^ ^3
-Cj^
1

°

e'^j>-j
jC?:

Answer, reply.

^ ^S'^

,

k,\>.

Excellent.

JjLfj cliC^j iCo- ^

Collar of a shift, shirt^

,_,\i.

Excellent poet.

i>^j^-^j ->-?»*

Way

of answering.

X.^^
l_jl_^

To go astray from. i^;^ o jU ^ To act wrongfully towards a. o. Jc — To charge a. o. with unjust fi>j s fyiconduct. To throw a. 0. down. To destroy a. tii. < To dig, to hollow.
a. th.

^

Traveller in a desert

Circulating news.

To

live close
a. o.

*_, 5 Ol>-,J SjjiaJi jjii-

Answer. Reply. To go astray. Todestroya. o.Toextirpate.s^txa-lj — To bare (the feet). fi> ^^ Water-melon of Damascus. ^'yi.
Calamity, dearth.
>rj\'^

by

To

i-epair to (a place).

To protect a. 0. ^'o'J^\J^ To rescue a. o. from. ^ ~ O'* — To put a. o. (out of the way). To be prostrated. To lay down, f^ To be demolished house -^ To be

Droughty year. Wide.
:

wJ*
^

-r

*9i',i>
"CJ:1

^^» ^
fi>

'G.;^' j, ^'j»

^

'i

(

).

To wash away ^"yfj (i.j:f o (a bank toi'rent, river). To prostrate a. 0. To Aj
snatch
off a. th.

^U ^

^^
^.f^

hollowed, concave.

To live near together. To ask the help of. To ask protection from
against.

j^Sl
,_,

\j

jjis^

To

fall in

(well

).

To bm-st

jV>L:l.
.

(abscess).

a. 0.

jf

Cloth.

^|^1^^j>'Ps
'^yf
'>^

Ditch, hollow.-^ Piece of cloth
Injustice,

Wrong-doing. Tyranny.

j^
-if-

Cloth-gown with

full sleeves.

Hollow, excavation, gap. Jyi ^ INeighbourhood. Safe-conduct.
Protection.

-ij^i

ji_^

To be excellent. Vi'j»j ii_y> To make a. th. well. To be swift (horse). i^^-'b

*W-

^'j^ J

~

a

C

\'

)
,

Transit. Passport. License.s3>>l

-r'/yiojja;
I

Side of a valley.

A

Jjsjj

^» ^

Bengal rose. '^j.j>- >jj J Neighbour. Partner. %jv>-j o'ji?;
Protector. C'aimant.
'

'ySj,yf-

-r

draught. <• ^Iarriage. Permission. License. Degree of a licentiate. Diploma.

SjiVl^

Female neighbour.
Deviating.

Spouse-c/ljlV

s^b-j «3>>j Sj3?-

^ e'j\>t J,i?-

Law- Sj^lj
ful.

OlIirl>J olji>>j -/,'>? 'rJ',W-

Unjust, tyrannical. Large bucket.

Thirsty (traveller). Beam. Provisions for the J,'^ ?r
road. Gift

eJ',W-

made

to travellers, poets.
<) Prize.
j\»u'
»j\>'i'

Draught of water.

Trope, metaphor. Bridge. Grove of walnuts. Path. Bridge.
Metaphoi'ical
(sense).
(

A Ij'^J *J*j^J *J^j>?-0 'j^ o jla- ^ To cross, to pass along (a place;. ^ — To outpass a. 0. To be la-w'fnl. To be allowable. |ji^ — * j^^v To make, to declare a. th. lawful. To execute a (design). To
jj
give currency to money.

opp. to

'^^^

)

cfJ,lV^

FrieLd. Tutor of an orphan.

jjajl

To spy jj /b ^lij-'lj C>; a. 0. To search (a place).
,

uS>-

«

Scrutinizer, inquisitive.

tr-O?"

To walk
night.

the whole

t,^

o tAQ- "^

To be
Ser-

partly spent (night).

J-'y^
^j:yi.

To marry a. o. ( for ^jj ) jy> To transgress (a ?j i'jj^^^ jji* limit). To outpass a. o. To overlook (a sin) o^ J3WTo consider as lawful. Sj «'ji?-l j^^ To allow a. th. To go beyond place). To execute (an order). To confirm (a sale). To water (the land
-tf-

fi^

fi>

(

Breast. Portion of the night.
:ds.)j Ci-j

and

cattle) of.

J-dS^

<-j J-iJ,k-

'^^

geant.
Breast. Coat of mail, ^i-l^f Middle of the night.

^

^l.'ji--ii-

j2i\

— —

To walk with

Cu^Vj Di>>
o.

o Jii> -^
»

a haughty demeanour.

To

trouble a.

by.

Anxiety. Weariness.

i»l>f'-> -^J?-

Walking haughtily. Weary. To be or become JtUij i^
hungry.

Jj)^
o
?.(?•

-^

ci; j\».\j — To use poetic license. To bear patiently. To let a. o. j j^; pass. To shorten (prayer). To exceed the bounds in. J jjUj — To let (an offense) without punishment. To shut the eyes upon. jlisll^ To cross to pass along. — i_, To pass through (a place). ojGeilt ji?ei-^l To consider a. th. Sj as lawful. To approve. To ask per-

^

,

fi>

To long after a. th. To debar a. o. from food, to make a. o. hungry.
Bulimia.

Jl,—
s ^.G-lj

^^

mission from a. o. j\j>'\ ^ jj» Middle of a desert. ^ Husband. ( for ^'/j ) -^ Walnut, walnut-tree. <• Pair. j^
Earth-nut.

j^
it
'

^j>.j

"^ p,_^
Unless

^j]
yj^l».

j'j^f

Starve thy dog,

dii^t dliiT/o-l
i.

Rock-moss. Lichenous
plant.

j^f

will follow thee (prov).

e.

you compel a vile he will not do it. To bear hunger. To be insatiable. Hunger.

man

to serve you,

Fir-cone.

Nutmeg.

ji'j^ Syf »_.Ji)l j^*
siiiJb ^lA-^^ jji-

^.^
f.iatiJ.t

Amomum. Grana
Paradisi.

*tlVj

^j>-

Hungry, starved. To be hollow, empty.
1O
i_) _)(

Cj^' a
,

J^ ^
ol>

^

5 ij(>-b

<—

'

^ ''^j^

pierce the

abdomen (with a

spear).

Vomic-nut. ^1 jyf Alkekengi. ^ij:^\ j'jif Cocoa-nut. tj jl» j'j^ A walnut. A single oCjf -r «3j>watering. Excellent grapes. Gemini (sign of the Zodiac). '0^'

^

)

J^
render
a. th.

money.

Silvei-

crescent in a necklace.
girl.

To

hollow,

a o>>j —

Wild

uss.
a.

To ask

Short garment for a th. goo'l or daJ.C^V o

concave.

To

extract the bowels.

j\:>-^

Silver cup.

To be hollow. To be empty. To enter th-i inside 6f. ^u* \j — To become wide, o^iJ-lj ,JtacJ.I.
fi>

j^
A —
^yf
o>>

spacious. To become black (face). C^' o Ci%- ^ To whiten (a bride's door). A o^ To find a. th. hollow. To blacken (a dead person's door).

spaciou.^, deep

Black, white. Light red. o>* Day. Intensely black (horse).

?-

oj»

Hollow. Inside of a house, ji^'l ^
Belly.

"Cji Disk of the sun when setting. Bay, gulf, haven. o^ •• A small leather scent-bag. o^» ^ *j>> Sun. Cooking-pot. Black camel. Jar smeared with tar. Black-winged partridge. o>» t'^^ To meet a. o. o^j^^SCiJb U^» o «bwith an unwelcome face. To raise a. o. to a dignity, i e\>.]j a^f
i'

Spaciousness, amplitude.

Penetrating (thrust). ^\'j>- ^ *jui>Hollow. Defective j|^ ^ .ia;i ^ «J^^ in its medial letter (verb). Belly.

Enormous
Big-belUed.

lion.

'J>?J
(

^j^
'Sfi^

-Ji-

Hollow.

^txki Concave. Faint-hearted.

opp. CO

)

Influence.

High rank. *aC>j oGTo be heart-broken (from^^^ a sSj> ^
love, grief).

To have a wry face. C5^ To muster a crowd. To meet in large numbers.

a J>> -^
2*

J>»
Jly^

To

stink, (water).

To

dislike (a

A

iS'^>- ij

^c

j( ^^a

Crowd, numerous party. ol3>^ ?- *^!«Wry-mouthed. j^' ^ .;3^.>: ^ j^^l
Big-necked.

country).

To become,
Domestic
(animal).

to be tamed.
(

ySjk^'j
)

iJj* "^
Cf

To ramble J
over
(

v';V}>j 5l>vj V>=: o

Jb-

-«-

opp. to "SJ.

"^

To

loathe (a food).

A

tj^^jttJ,!^

Valley. Shepherd's bag. Trivet.

'1^
^'^i-

a country ). To run across a race course (horse). To ramble about J J^j 'Sv^vo Jt?(in a country). To occur to the mind
(thought).

Violent passion of grief, love.

Chronical disease. Consumption.

Rottenness.
Stinking, fetid (water). Altered water. Marsh.
Stink.
"

^s'yi- <>•

To select a. th. amongst.^^ a To turn away, to drive a. o.
back.
a. o.

Ju:a^lj
ts

JjG-

_^'

*c^ To make
<^
*c?;J
"^

or

^j ji

Aj

5 ~^\>-\ Ji?-1

a. th.

to turn round.

Rotten. To come, to
arrive.

^^?^
'W-

"^
-Ji-

^^-^i sU^j
fall (rain).

*il?-'i

To

To wheel (a sword). To make a turn. To wheel about (in a
Well. Sea.
Hill.

A—

J^
battle),

-^

To do a. th. To go towards. To bring a. o. in.
Pus and
blood. Patch.

fi>

-

j

JjbtJ

Lateral part of a grave. Side.

Ji^

Troop

Ji>'1j <)i>.., Ji> ^ J>>'j d'i* of horses, herd of camels. Rope.

Invitation to dinner.

He has no understandi

J^ j|

Jii.

i)

u

To To

cut out the

^ ._Vj *^
for ^j'V^
)

v'^

"^

ing.

collar (of a shirt).

A
i

turn, one time.

bring,

*_,(»(
a.

d^ •>
^

Dust, pebbles swept by the
Circus. Space,

iv^ wind.^V^

a. o.

or

th.

To bring

forth (a

child).

Collar of a shirt. Heart.

^JiJ.

S^

Runner, great traveller, sfl^j Jl}*' field. Passage. ^s^JAmulet. Shield. Anklet. Good Syf-i

.

er
To demand a military force of a. 0. To collect soldiers.
Military force, army.

C

^

-T

)
^jCo.

? u^Geil \

Sine {trigonom).
•^

Pocket, bag.
wI?Jl »s-«J
jlo- j \jZ>-

fJ^iZf

^(J-*

Sincei'e.

^

Shriek, voice.
oiid*
Xi-jVV

To have a long and
beautiful neck.

a ^u.

-J}-

Excitement. Agitation of the
sea.

Soul.

Neck. Coat of mail. 5^j iC*" Fine-necked. i^>' ^ "CSj^j 'IX;
Truly, verily.

Horse easily excited by the spur, jx^ To shun, to j4^J ^'^' J'W- -^

^

,

i

avoid a.

o.

Gypsum, lime. Heat in the chest caused
by hunger, anger. Quick lime.
Lime-kiln.

Oi> -Sjjv

To

vie in splendour with.

y u^dWlefc. x^lal^

Inclination to the right and

Proud demeanour. To groan imder (a
weight).
stink (corpse).

w4»=?-,-»

Zi^^
-{^

cj

Clk^

i

J»i>

Grass-hopper.

(

for ^j
Cil?.'

)
i

Jja-

>
-H-

To

swell

Ci^'j Clli^j

Jib-

(sea).

To

boil (cooking-pot).

To be

flurried (mind).

To shed

tears (eye).

Corpse; carcass.
Filthy.

^CJ-h

^1=!: -r *4r!:

^;G. q

Nation. Tribe.
<• Centiu'y.

JC^ 1 ^

j^

-«-

Generation.

From age
The

to age.

j^

a;; ^TUv „-> -^

letter _.

To burn with anger (heart). To be(fight). To be swollen and spread (river). To bn frightened away (coward) To summon troops. i jj^ To be mustered (troops). To be jJ»^
come hot
restless (soul).

!

uT^

C

^•r)

C
blaze
-^
(fire).

To

love a. 0. or

*j

5 vJ-^

U*

i

L^: -«

To

pick grains, grapes.

A —

a. th. a

To

kiss a. 0.

Unsightly. Short in

w.»lV t

v^^

body.

Scanty flow of watei-. Weak^'.^,1^ ness. Ardour of fire. Water-melon.
Fire-fly.

To like, tf) wish that. ol — To be freckled (face). z_^ a — To become the friend of. Jl^ ^_,l^j To make a. 0. to be tZ\ ij Jl. 5 ,Jli
loved by.

Sparks.
i

>r^^

To appear on a sudden. bti>; :>C>- -8To approach. To walk quickly. To strike a. o. -with (a stick). s — To variegate (cloth), a O^ o -ni -HTo embellish a. th. To cheer a. o. » -ns^b si^ii^j llij* o — To rejoice, to be glad, i^j 13^^ a -rvi To be cicatrised (wound). 1^ a-7\^ To be luxuriant (land). To become
,

To run to seed To court the
friendship
friendly

(plant).
2
0.

L.^^

~
a

CC»j
a. o.

^^ v^v
in
fft>j

of a.

To behave
s

manner with

yellow (tooth).

To love a. 0. or a. th. To show love towards. To have a mutual love. To like, to be pleased with To prefer a. o. to. Word of (\ijl^) \J^
praise.

'^\

To adorn
(in

(speech).

To

put ink

fii

Ji^

Bravo!
hij

an inkstand). To dec^f, to array o'.s self. To Jii-j overspread the sky (cloud) Learned man. Doctor jC>1 ^ jy^j J^ (amongst the Jews). Pontiff, Bishop.
Joy. Favour.

To

praise a. 0.
!

saying.

s JZ>

Bravo

Veiy well
i-j^
:r

Grain. Corn-seed, fruitChaste-tree.

w>

seed. Bead. -^Pill. Speckle. Boil.
ail!)

Night-shade.

ul)l
l&iJI

The Sovereign Pontiff; the Pope. High Priest Book of the Judges.
Ink. Scar. Beauty. Likeness. Seller of ink

^^Vl
jC»Vl
^^'J.

^1
^^
S?-5^

Bean-trefoil. Anagyrisfcetida.

l^ l^ LS
i,i.

of the Jews.

Convolvulus

Nil.

Bind-weed.
*^->*j

j^l

Love, fondness.

l^^j l->

^ J^

jU>j
ojy>'_j

Yellow

ojn>j aj\>i colour of the teeth.

J)»J JV^

ut^j vW*' ^ v-^ b <^j v'^=; sr »t-* ^ Row of teeth. Water-bubble. ^_^ Drop of dew. A grain. Weight of two ot* ^ *^
Large
jar.
c_;U>

Loved. Lover.

Striped garment.

J^j

ol^^*
jyi.

Newly made (garment).
ted garment.

^ Sl>i>: ^ jy>.

grains of barley.
piU.
<>•

A seed. A

berry.

A

A

pimple.
S^sJI I^JI

Soft (bed). Spotted (cloud). Variega-

Aniseed.

Fruit of the terebinth.

'\J^^\

JiiJI
x!i-J)

Assembly

of the wicked. ^Vyi.

^
"PT

jy\>.

Nigella-seed.
Hail-stone.
•^

*_r^l 7^j '\hyD\

Bustard, (bird).

oG jtl-i ^
j/j\>-J

^5jU>
jJ->-

^\j

^UiJI ::^
o'\ii\

-^A^r^T -«.^J Small bustard.

,^Q^

Pupil, apple of the eye.
in view.

tJ-

Aim, end

i_jU»

Love. Friend. Snake.
Inkstand. Writing-desk.
Friend. Beloved.
i

k_»lu>1j "U**! 5-

vW^ vi^

To

confine, to

2<

LL^j-j Cl*'

^^

-«-

Old gold coin

(o/'rt6oi<^

14

5/t.).

k-i^J*

hold in custody. To detain

a. 0.

To flow

scantily (water).

To

witl» -^

)

JTo break wind
(goat).

(
i

\-t

C3C>j Ci-ij uli

— To

veil a. th.

with.

,_>

A ^j^
a*
2(

To make

up th.

To

settle a

A j^
jlZl

business.

To become To abuse a.
Chamomile
Artemisia.

compliant.
o.

To withhold a. o. from. To give a. th. as mortmain. To veil a. o. or a. th. To apply the produce of
a. th. to


fa

J*

^\ai

pious works.
custody.

Basil, penny-royal (p/a).
(/j/«)_;il!l

Wormwood (/j/«).^|^l

j^ To J^ To
jl^

keep

a. o. in

confine o.'s self to.

M^rum. Cat-thyme (p/a). ^jilil j5^ Sweet marjoram (p/a).j^l j| Ji)l j^
Acinus
(p/a).
(;)/a).^L_i4Ji

'^'j> Jr*

Water-mint
Hail-stone.

jlij '^'
"-ulsi j.

Jr*-

To keep a. o. in custody. To keep a. th. back. To be impeded in speech. To become a hermit. Dam of wood or stone.
Prison.

i/^u^-i ^r^J-^=*
,

ISarrow-minded.

jl*
-S-

vlklii

<>-j

u-^ii

rr

ur4*

^>
a stuff
)

To weave
well. -^

(

A

\isC>

i

o vill> "^

Impediment in speech. il.I> Mortmain. ^^'*j ^W-J ^j^i a-it*
Hermit. Solitary.
'illai

To

bind (a book).

^

..r^*'"*"

To

fasten, to tie a. th. tightly.

A

dl!:i

Convict-prison.

twist (a thread). if- To To make a work (carefully). A dO^l di!^5 To gird o."s self. To wrap o.'s self in clothes. -^ To be thrown into

^^iV> ^ ^'-^J u-i*' Dungeon. Manger of a beast. ^ Hermitage. "LJJk^
•1

J ^ lt^J <^Q<»J
»

Ci.I>

ji-i»

"S-

collect a. th. for a. o.

gear (cogs).

To weave carefully (a stuff). * tlUa^t — To gird o.'s self with. »_» iXJ- ^ Girdle, girth. Waist-band. Streak iXJ-3 w^ ^ iJC^on the sand Enclosure. Hosier. Bookbinder.
Twisted.
Ti-ail of
<>•

To bring forth a negro. To collect together ( people).
jJl.jL;V>-l

^r-**^

j^0

'iS:sC.»-

<j'j^1j ^_j»»l_j 5r "Lit-* Company of men from various tribes.
5f
,

O^l^

The

Abys.sinians. Abyssinia. illij

j^
"^

An
i)C.i
-<>

Abyssinian.

'i54^'-

Pintado. Turkey-cock.
,

In gear.

'tX^!^j
'!'

^^^
''^"^s^

d4>j «i^' C»j *^^c^ stars. Iron breast-plate.

To ensnare a. o. ^ fi^j ^%-i.o in. To tie with a rope. To conceive (woman). ^_, y^ a J-i' — To swell with (wine, anger). To be conceived (fcetus). */ j.oi To render (a female) a J^>b J?»

^^
^

To throb. Cal» a u:a-ij Cial>; j^ -^ To palpitate iri-egularly (heart). To twang a bow-string. i_, ja^j — To be exhausted (well). To Us^ — be made void (right). To run (man). To miss the butt ja'^\
i

J-^

(arrow).

To annul
(a well).

(a right).

To exhaust

a>

pregnant.

Irregular thi'obbing, palpitation, ja;^
Clal> a ist^i CJ»^j Cb.^ i i»j* -{}be of no avail, useless (woi'k, action). To bring (a work) to perfecJ-!i. a
,

To catch a. o. iu a snare. n S^\ To become pregnant. To entangle j!;j
its legs in

To

a rope (beast).

Rope,
Ivy.

JCilj J^^j j;i.lj JC:v ^ j;^ Halter. Treaty. Vein of the neck.
CnJ'Cill jLi

tion.

To render

a. th. useless.
o,

To

fj

» LI*

I

leave a scar upon a.

(blow).

Conception. Fcetus. Fruit.

jo-

Anger. Sadness, Shrewd, cunning. Hunter. Wizard.

Ju>-b

J>^>- !r Jr=;
j.li.

To go away fi'om. Scar of a wound. Swelling. To strike a. o. with » Gl^i a rod. To lash, to flog a, o.

^—
WJ,tli (,>r»
-JJ-

(

\

-o

J^
9r *Ji^:>j

To

give, or to nourish a. o.

5

scantily.

To hinder

a. 0.
ijrJ-j

Snare, trap. jiCo^j Jsj>1 Seasonable time.
Pi'egnant (woman).
Filled. Swoll<-n

^^>
aCi
Vji

Tride. Small gilt.

j^>j

J\»-

jCi ^

Rim,

circuit of a. th.

jC>

by anger.

o!>C>-

Banijuet given at the completion Zj<^ of a building.

An angry woman.
Beans.

k)"^'^ sij^'l

To produce
(locust).

a sound in eating j.'J^

^

To swell in droftsy. To be angry with
Dropsy.
Dropsical.

jl^l cj^^ 0^' a o^» -fta. 0.

u

Cl» a

oj>-

To meet

together.

J^'Jvo

Oleauder. Laurel-tree.

Cju^j cn>

Small-sized. Spj-ightly (child).

J-^JJ-S-

J^
-Cj*'
j>

To

displace a. th.

fin

SJ^

Jy>]j o^»-J«
o^lai

Death. o^:i ^ »-<:> -^ He departed from life. *ij1 liii oU Remainder of meat, grease, jiiv' -SRabble.
at a Cl6^Sij iW* i dlr> ^ quick and short pace. To render a. th. jc ;fc Cji^ i ^> fr obligatory to a. 0. -^ To make up

Chameleon.

i^i^^j >jir^l >ij ojl* >i

Purulent sore. Monkey.

^

j:^
-ft-

To

di'aw near.

To creep

\'y^ o Co^

(child).To glide along the soil (arrow).

To walk

— To give a. th. to a. 0. »_» jl A 5 To protect a. 0. s J^ To show partiality j s tC>j «GG.5> JTG(in a suit judge ). To show compli:

mind to. To improve a.
o'.s

th.

To To

decide, to finish up a. th.

A — u—
* ^Uj
it

eat the i-emains of a meal.

^ To
To be

be obligatory to a.

0.

^j

i;.ii

irreversible (decree),

^»-Jlj

ance to a. 0. (in a sale merchant). To miss (the butt shooter). ^^1 To use a garment as a support,^ Jii when sitting on the heels. Piece of cloth used as a ^ o'J^ support when sitting.
:

:

I,

^

Decree; judicial decision.
Blackness.

^_^ ^ ^^
*^U>

Gift, present.

;]^>j s3^_,

Respect of

per.«ons,

o_^'»JI

s^^j 'U> SlU*

Remainder

of a meal.

unfairness, partiality.

Black. Inauspicious. ^ii

^ 'Uri

v> j»=>-1
-Ji-

To be intense (heatj. Cri a U;"^ To be equal in. j jG-i To suit. To agree together. cnr>l
Companion. Alike.

To rub off (mud). A ui o c^' ^ To bark (a tree). To fall off (leaves, plaster), ci-jlj oU/ To be cankered (tooth).
Fleet (horse). Ancient.Noble.oOb-l ^'c^* Bit, fragment. A httle. c:^:,. ^ <:> a

To sew, to a. th. To
ci>lj

fasten

fi,

oCfi c^(:n>j cAi j>lj C:i ji *
i

twist (a rope).
Jfr 5 li>is.

ci-b »^»J

o

c.>-

-^

To

incite, to instigate,

5 ti.»-.i^b

Rubbish, remains, crumbs. To, till, until. Included. Even. In order that. <>• That he...

cJcJ-

ji.

to urge a. 0. to.

How long,
ic.

To excite one another to. To be incited, impelled to. Incitement, oti^^b oiiiilj
Quick. Hasty. Greedy.

oV>.j

u c^\

cji^\j 'cJBits of straw. Unseasoned bread. '^^

o>>-j

c-^ii

To be covered with \'j\^ a -r>i -Spustules (skin). To granulate (honey). To be widened. To make (a medicine) into pills. A J%To bear fruit (palm-tree^. _^>1
Particles of straw.
a'JcJ-

till when ? 'j^^i J^ J> To sew (a garment).;^ 'lisllj lii afeTo tighten (a knot). To strengthen (a wall). To tuck up (a garment). To put down (a load). To be pure, genuine. \'jc^ a jc^ -STo Uve in [obioleie). o li^ jS ari To select a. th. pure.
,

-fl-

i

Inexhaustible spring.
Origin, race, lineage.

ai>
s-i»Ci>
i

To tighten (a knot), a '{J^ To look steadfastly at.

o

^i

-ft-

.

)

f
Cupping-glasses.

(
•)}* oCl?t>

>•!
<>•

Chamberlainship. Chamberlain. t^^j \^\x> ^ Eye-brow. v^'^ -z
Veiled. Blind (man).

*ji?>=t

To be turbid (water, well). Foul water.
To
feed (a child)
j jSall

^^jj;^

-«-

oj^ai

•^>-\>-


'

li,.

•ti'

^^^

badly.

To

straiten a.

o. (fate).

^y'^^"

Ill-fed' (child).

Short. Lazy.

j^
;j\^
-»•

To

l__,ae>-J '^>?t>J '.r?^ O _;?«»• o* 5 Ci'^ deprive a. o. fi'om. To prohibit the

Rubbish of grains. Sediment. To polish a. th. a uii

o ^i^

access

of.
\s.

To

give

a. th.

to a. o.

To

interdict the
a.

A

l^^.^j

|^>.>

J

jfc

Reddish

hillock.

Lobe of the
i

nose.iciia-

access of

place to.

/^o

To repair to a. o. Sj A Lj. o rp^ -HTo make a pilgrimage to Mecca. To overcome a. o. in dispute. o.'s self. To retire in a cell. a — To seek a refuge towards. * :^j. ^ — To probe (a wound). To trespass upon. To argue against, s 4^0-./^) &.(^ ^-U It j^^i:l.\ Prohibition. Protection. Bosom, _^,>.> — -^ To plead in behalf of a, o. breast. Deprivation of civil rights. To send a. o. to a ^'\j %-J. To reinstate a. o in his pilgrimage. J>^-^ Aj civil rights. To afford arguments. ^G-i Quarantine. To adduce (an argument). -i..^ J».J. < «_)^.S9.\ " Foi'bidden. Unlawful. To undertake the pilgrimage. v»-i-^l J>^_) _,it>Bosom. Hole of snakes. INIind. jG-ii ^ — Pilgrimage to Mecca. i^ -^ iMare. jW* b Sjj?t=>-j j^**- t ^-^^ Ear-ring. Lobe of the ear. i>j: Stone. jbt^j SjWtvj jU>" 5r _^>.> A pilgrimage. rr^^j cj^ ^ i?.>. <> Man (ai chess). Last month of the Arabs, "^.3-^] ji

To deprive a. o of civil rights. i& J>-:^ To be surrounded by a halo J^ (moon). To be petrilied (mud). To cover, to hide a. th. A Jf^\ To harden, to petrify. J^JL\j J^jCi To straiten a. o. w— To make a cell for j>.JfCLL\^ _,if> Ij —

Jj Jc * Cii JS-j \'ji»- o U^ -Spour (dust) upon. To put a. o. to shame. ivV^l ^^j J Jj^
outstrip a. o. ^Vji] i._4^j j j^ give a. th. in small quantity. J —
j,^

To To

Bits of straw. Dust poured.

^

is

^

_,

Lunar

caustic.

Argument,
Protest.
of the

plea. •{Title-deed. ,j..^^ i|^

Stumbling-block.

The black stone
Caaba.
Siderite.

Pilgrim.
4- Butt,

Bone of the brow. ^^Ij ^\^^ ^ ^WS^J^ r^^^j ^^J ^ '^io.
aim.
^.i.i
:c|-i-.>

Ostracite.

High

road, thoroughfare.

Pumice-stone.
Mellite.

Litigious. Surgeon's probe.

t'^S^j'

Avant urine (quartz). Macadamisation

Side, quarter.^l^^j Cj\j»^j J>JHis property has becomeijj;^ cCt^^jI

To refrain from speaking. T'UI^ -^ To fall back after an attack (army). To rejoice at. i_, bti a *l«- ^ ^ o^i- To stick to. ^ \^7j bsi a ^?^
,

Refuge, protection.

\^-},

extensive.
Cell,

To
s^kai

veil

fi>j

s

^J-j Cl^ J
,

chamber. Enclosure ^.i ^
.

a. th.

To hinder

a. o.

CJtio w4«; -« from access.

for cattle. Grave. Side, region

To
^-»
j>-}^
•<

be veiled, precluded.

^

Stony (ground Wail. Upland. Dam. Refuge.
Stone-cutter.

JiS-s^j ^r^^j

Cell.

o\^^\r
iiiJ^>-

To be modest, timid. To appoint a. o. chamberlain.
Veil, screen. <•

j>>i»j

-

^ j^^

Amulet.

^J^ _ ^u*.

Whiteness on the legs of a horse. joj»J Having three legs white (horse j.jjo^i Crow. J>(>: ^ Ja-b. Bottle J^J>>j J=fX^ r ^j*J *V>i
with a large bottom. Flagon.

I

Prohibited. Suburbs
(of a

town).

•^

Quarantine.
village.

Orbit of the
eye.

Tract surrounding a

a Stone-fjuarry.
-ii-

To

scarify a. o.

To

s Iuj^> o jfiL>

muzzle (a camel). To bite (a beast

:

stallion). To sting a. 6. (snake). To suck the breasts (child). A o — To stare at. Jl. ^,4* To swell (woman's brenst). y^\ To suckle a new-born chikl for J —
1

Windpipe. Larynx. jftS- ^ o'^^ Throat. Small basket. jjvUi ^ jy>>^ Flask for spices, -fy Scent-bottle. To withhold. 5 SjU.>j \'y^ o _>iti -fr
i

-^

the

first

time.

To

refrain.

To

draw^

back

in

^i


1^

fear from.

To ask

to be cupped.

^^_~1

Art of the cupper. Scarification. ;^U>.
Protuberance. -^ Bulk. Camel's muzzle.
^j»-J- -r y^'*

~ To detain a. o. J* To interpose between (fighters;. ojJ — ^ To sequester the property of.jc ^ — To prevent a. o. from fighting. jfuTo go to Hedjaz. j*;Jlj j*.^>ij _^\ To abstain from fighting. jf To be refrained, restrained. jiiJl To girdle o.'s self with a waist- J>--5>l
J(

^

wrapper.
cari'y a. th. in the

-»^ To

bosom

A -

Pink rose.
Cupper.

^>* ^r

*i-f>>

Root. Tribe. Shore.

Wont
To

"C^^j J>^^ -r to shrink in fear (man).
^Gs'/i

^Mj
i

^^
^rV

^U»-.^

Cupping-glass.
bend, to

^ C?»VJ ^•^,
,

j>^ Arabia Petrrea, Hedjaz. Waist- jGfc> wrapper. Girdle. Musical tune. Rope for tying a camel's feet.

* ^J.j
Avith a

C.>^

^i^^
"'

Tuck

of trousers.

Waist-

js^i

^ ;jk>
-ki,-ii'

crook (a

staff).

band. Waist.

To draw a. th. To be hooked,

hook.* ^^f

Patient.

Sj^-JI

crooked.

Crookedness. Hook.
Lazy. Of long stage (raid

Fence, screen. Isthmus. o'y>-S- ^ j?-iiEdge of a sword. Hindrance. Dam.

Crooked, hooked. ^^^ ^ Crooked stafi^i Hook.

To

Partition, bari'ier. Railing. yf\'y>- ^ oppose, to ? wii U- — ^9c»


-s-l-

repel a. o.

To remain in (a place). i_ To be avaricious of. To think, to deem a. th.
good.

To pray, to beseech. To take hold of, to obtain,
\'j{i.
*,,

^Ja-t^Ji

Leather-shield.

a _4t:>l .j^ ^ iiii
i

Head
(a secret).
:

To keep
(a boat
a.

To propel

s^j n

— To

wind).

To

suppose, to guess

th.

To reward. To
,

withhold

of the hip-bone. _4ei»^j wi?t-'> limp (crow). Cy^j !A?t> o Jk^ To hop (shackled man). To intervene between, y^j. cAj j9-j>

^

a. 0.

To prepare the
jrt*

nuptial

To be enamoured ^ ^3j ^ki a of. To be attached to. To outwit a. 0. To vie otviat'
with a. 0. in sagacity Verb of ivonder How worthy, how fit is he
:

ber for

(

a bride).

chamTo dye her

s j|:> fingers

(woman). To shackle a. o. To have one or more legs white j4» on the lower part horse ). To put
(

4,J

?r-> Ij ai?6>l

U

on anklets (woman).
Partridge. o%^:>r r- <^J ,}^ White hair on a horse's legs. J^>^jk>. Silver Jbtib JA^ w J*»J J??*' J J?^
anklet.

!

To remain in (a place). To pi'opose enigmas one
another.
Sagacity, wit.

^j

to

-U7

Ring

of a shackle. Shackles.

'Ui

Pavilion for a bride. JGt>.j jsU-

^

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To avert an evil ^f. To be augry with a. U/j^j i'loi o ooi To relate a. tc — To be attached to a. o. To set limits.u>l ^ Iron. j I Sj fit \jJ- o J^ -H- th. . th. [ i/j^J a 'la> ' To thrust back. Difficult affair. I To put on !iilj . -^ Iroa-bai". black garments. young. Humpbacked. iibj To become intense. To stick to (a place). ijid To become humpbacked. unlawful thing. ip loi a Cf^ASTo J^escue a. J_j To counteract a. To define a. o. Edge. knife). to a. To create a. -*i-^ *^'-? "^ Enigma. Double-headed axe."il>. To determine a. o. i jS ^ I Limit. c/^. ^^ulj j^ui ^ . I mourning garments (woman). To provoke. a. To jt oa>1 cause. ironmonger. JL» '-^ Surname of Mossul.ai Difficult .ji diiUTo furbish (a sword).i-J i woman). Sharp-tongued. To fondle (her child . To shave o. Bravery. la> \'jS- i o — oS- j ( a knife)."iii^^ To get into a rage. Oivlj itxi-J oJl>-J \iJ. To punish (a culprit). to a. (God). Hot (sun). from. Unfruitful year. Wave. th. i !li5J. a. humpbacked. Convexity. ^j'jj- ^"ja- Vehemence j of anger. o. a?-i_ll. o. (_j — To be humpbacked. To be edged (knife) sharp .] Strength of wine.a»: (/ oi • To happen. th. To look intently at. o. to prevent s o — a. To sharpen ^ fi> jS-^j ij^j . »C!Ai | Law of God. undertaking. c. -^L. ilil^ ^Q. ! ! The utmost of ill* o^'i thy power is to do so. False (news). (event) Ct>^> o ooi ^ To be new. lij . \c %%„ \ — '\j^j YjS (sword). fi> J. To be fi>j contiguous to (land). o. To be exasperated against o. o. oj A 5 o'i To relate dependently upon a. Prison. . To show benevolence towards. ( ^•A) Country. against. Pungent (acid).|j To seek a refuge towards. convex. region. I ' iui lSiA> it iliTo^d o'l had a presentiment of. Sword. rail. Intensity. sila> Craft of a blacksmith.\ — — i iG>. Door-keeper. Eni^.t^JU. take care of her child (woman). Bounds set by God to human ^jil ^/jafreedom.^^J -^r^ (man.-j-vi -J^ rant. th. from. Sharp To define (a limit). th To repair to a. To show kindness to a. o. ijL>. To U— "-j^ To be hindered by want of rain (vegetation). Pungent (odour).j lii i o a» To help a.'s self with a razor. convex.t — •<>-I Hastiness of temper. To be shar. -(f- Hot tempered man. from tyranny.^j^_lj jiJa^ I may be so. o. (Sla>.^jj. Impossible.-^j Contiguous.!l SajJL> Blacksmith. (God). convex. INIourning. kite. to threaten (J\. I Railway. pened (knife). o. God forbid that •j ct^o- Anything forbidden. ollpl — Iron ploughshare. Vein of the arms. to occasion a. o'l To converse with. \ijS-j loi — from a. from. Aj s *. ^ >» ui -J:}- th. Close to me. t_iija>l Sand-drift. To i-ender a. <> Penalty. J[ — j ' o— ^ sljia- To become angry with. To distinguish a. tj ta ^^'h ^kSJI 5 'j>-\ protuberant.. To be protttbe- t_iSG5j Gai a . To forbid a. . ^ fit To dispel a. Scar on the ^jjskin.. -^ To work iron. . . Hump. Impossible.iioi keeper.!^t ~ Enigmatic word. tj!i9u To devote herself to the care of her children (widow). Severity of winter. o. -U. th. th. t:sjji ZJS" J^ iU>j »!^>-b '1^1 ?. Riddle.

To relax the bowels (medicine). Hypotheses. intently at. Phenomenon. out a. To imo. Novelty. Thick (spear). New. Relation of an <j^->^j •i-i'^'i-i event. To go at random.^zji ^ about (news).»-\j Jji^J '\j-^J JJ-^ Slope. Conjectures. Swelling at the coi'ner of the Fat. To go down a declivity. Apple of the eye. To be ^ JjJ<k-^^ Walled garden. jJi>b ~ — To make (the skin) a Jlxl^ij IjJo- o to swell (blow). Lion. a. Beginning. w *o'-^l of. ( mountain ). ^— To have one shoulder Va> a Joi higher than the othei-. Load of water-melons. ot'l^s^j oloil Man of agreeable oli>j o-ii J> j conversation. Flow of tears. Unprece- ola>*l ooij oa> ^ ooi ^ oIa^ SjiG- ^ jiG> dented case of law. Tradition.-r ij'^t* ^ oii> •^ Accident. y JiU To lean on (the bow) in shooting. To hasten walking). 0\5^j (J^ ^ x^'j^ *_5a>- Vehicle for women.s.^''*^ News. or a. (in reading. oj^^ To js. To speak conjecturally Occurrence. _. o. To To void ordui'e. To jo^Jl. cj'^j^ u-J^-^J Object of inquiries. 'jj-^ eye.i. under foot. oiGu duce To pronew.. po. Solanum. J»jV) j — To throw a. 5r ~ CjU--'-h>u-i. To look ^ w^J ~ Colocynth."?. Beginning.> To be intensely dark y. rain). •^ ' — (tears) drop.(_^jii. to ( o-^* JJiri -^ To throw. Story..tli. To discard (a muffler). Strongly woven (rope). o. a. to ji^j j-x»i7 down (tears. a. of. find (news). th. th.. Aim in view. Fruit-garden. ojlxs^ i'i. . Excrement.*. To go down. of _^!a!I oil>>j — «j^ei To surmise. To hasten (the walk). relate a. down. o. joi and stout (man). o. To let a Ijjlisi Melilot {plant). Ailij A — To gaze at. To shoot (an arrow) at a. fall C \ To come down". Pebbles. th. 5 — To tread a. Great (number). Novelty. let To send or down. To olj aAi i New case of law. acid. ^pjloi ^ xfla> thick Sjlaij \Jj^ o j'ai. th.3Ji>- Story-teller.! ^ cfj^> speak jOau^j ja»j jjJ. ^loilj ^jjo^ ^ ^oa- o'^>j (J'^>b Pupil of the eye.^ rr To swell from beating \'Jj^ \ o — — Wild lotus. JiU7 garment). Prostrated. comely (youth). Sjjlii>j jj^j j^-> Short. o. Strong in the thighs »|jai j> jj^\ and lank in the belly (horse). Talk. JpVja>j Va> i Joi ^ To roll ( a ten-ace ). To look at a. oIj'1i> The accidents fortune. 'Ua>j cj|a> ^ c^Jj^^ Young. to encompass. To act cunningly towards a. * J-l'^ ^. Youth. New. To make a fold to (a To wrong a. Hard. oil>S. Perdition. in * . o. Jl^ jli (jijOa-l^j . To i_) for Sj-i ) A < -fi- ^ oan^ To strike a.vV^ ?r^ "^ To load (a mule).o u-^i -^^ th. declivity.J. s ^a>lj. To To converse together. burden.:uiib (night). o.-^=^ Relater of traditions. Jjai o jA-^j Jj'^* 'J. th.lj!_^ Aj » — To inquire stealthily o^-J* tr-^''' New.^ j» Load. Young man. o. be swollen (skin). guess To J Coi. Creation. a difficult ta. fling a. To strap (a beast). in (a sale). Case. o s — To throw (a fault) upon another.Cl1j (skin). Lofty Populated ( district ).. jfla> Freshness. Novelty. stoiie. Sour.^e circumvent a. . Event. tjJ^b Csa» i Ja>^ surround.sk upon a. To find »i^?>:J a cM»aJ. jji^ Lion.

prudent. it ^^b ^^ To j^ji^i Leather clippings. vii a Jii ^ To have red eyelids (eye). Danger.\'j^ Reciprocal fear and caution. Red gum. Light-jbi ^ '\j^ j. fragment. 0. of a keen-sighted surnaraed 01^:31 'iSjj. to * (jlii.Jlai Losing the eyelash (eye). <3\Jo-i . To To know the clouds along To follow the day (night). Broken Mouthful. Remainder '"•f a meal. JjLi Song of camel-di'ivers. . in (a A work). place). (vinegar). To show skill. boil fiercely fpot). To caution o. (fire). fall (tears. To Jijk>. scanty feathers (bird). jiij ojji* o^jiG5- jli* jlJL* Beware Ready. » jo*. -S- To be vehemently hot ( y-^\ — intense ( j'J^ ). th. Penetrating (mind). Jiij Jliij — Fall of the eyelash. th. ioi heat).skilled in an art perform a. render a. th. 0. a. broken. — ~ -ft- ^ Cautioner. ( *iJ*-b Sj'-J^l -S- be cut. oi> :^)ii To burn with anger against. To put off. shape. piece. illriilj^ i^l Ardom* To ^^j To j>-j^ Sound of a blazing altogether. Light-handedness. ^ urge (camels) in singing. o. day. * ^j^\ To cause the eyes to swell and the eyelash to Skirt of a garment. settle in a ^ i5a> A a cfai Skilfulness. struggle. To cut off. to strike off a. jii-l tailed. Lightness in wagging the tail. Caution."s self against a. siosi ^ iU- Sjlui > (vinegar). . Cilii i .. ^J^-J ^r^> woman j. To purpose. a.>^9iJ* War. i jiV> To be wary. To act dilatorily i Si\> ^ fi> *Ji>i Stone-roller. slender. Dread. propensity. To cut out (wood) in a pointed jj^ ifc -ft- To beware n IjJ^j *j^ a 3^ "^ of. I To cut a.. To trim (verses). th. sting the tongue Driving camels in singing. 5 jS->^^J joi jib_jai To^break in (a horse).C ^^• -S- ) ja» ' r* To take off. fi)*e. Light-handed. drive To "be clever. fire ) . Jllii. to caution a. To warn. Fear.'j>- caution thee against i^» iJj-J^ IjI J — him. (-n-ind). To guard against. cjjas«> . * \_5ji S i — North-wind. Jijji ^ *^iU.rr j/^'-^J To be J^J^ intensely red (blood). JilWi ^ *Ja>. skilful. i tJJS- curtail. To hurry on. battle. To guard against a. fi> \jS- o jS- -H- To lose the eyelash.^. (with a sword). curtailment. Red tumour Jlli on the eye. ^ be strong (wine). Warning. s — ^1L> To perform (a work) cleverly. Having one Jjol ^ J^>b J'-^ ^ '^^ shoulder higher than the other. of. Elision. Lean. 'lai 'Ijlxi- cut a. skilled. cleverly. Having scanty hair (horse). Evil dreaded. Hill. tSaiJj v^oi s i^osu C jsi Pungent jitii ^ JiU Emulation. cleverness. Camel-driver. 0. ^ jx::^\j — To To To To thoroughly. To J'liiitj J^li^ make a show of skilfulness. To emulate a.ia» \l^ -a- ijj s f\j^j i\jJ-j \jjS- * CSai a JJ^>j ( i (Ji>). Name Cutting (sword). Cautious. Remains of straw. * jlc>lj cr-! J^-^-> ~ cautious of. To hurry th. 0. of Side. C3ja> o Jii Horse-shoe. th. fy- To strike a. -^j'j*.. Clever. Prepare took Jj it thyself. o. SjiVWi j. o. to curtail. Inclination. heat To with a.

speaking plainly. lance. elegantly. Hot wind iu jj^ "iJ^'J* Sluggish. * vS*^ To be thii'sty. Heated by anger. o. To share a. Heat.sandals from. Bayonet. To write a writing War. against. Silk .5. opposite to. To sit opposite to one To put on sandals. To make (shoes) on measure. sj>. a. t_. 0.|li> over sjj^'j j'iij flesh. board). fj^ head. th. To be free-born (man). j To give to a. To make shoes for J « a.)I>'lj ojUj (day. o.>j l^lii o llii « — Freedom {opp. ^ 'j> Generous. Sliai'p the night. cXj- iGU i Enfranchisement. Middle of the house. to battle with. *j n ^y^ Share of spoils. another. jl!OI Cheek cheek-bone. Feverish. Choice part. <> Frank. J'^Wi Jj^X o>*i JVi>^ (iliril. Friday. siiGi^ l?Sv>j — against. Pure. Thirsty. Jij*' j^ . xl^/ji-^ ^Cj-i »'jijFreedom from passions. booty. Jc — a To be vehemently angiy. (to God's service). iuHammation. ^ with. with. th. to a bringer of good news. < To ba ready to do mischief. To put. A soup SJi^s- raade of flour and milk. a ^ji. Warrior. lazy. To tear a. y Ji\s^ ^ i ^ ( ) •<>• ^ ^ ?r Spear-thrust. iji^i a Ci^>. To cut (the hand). To ask . shoes. ^'ji. cU^j ob^ ^ — Hot (pepper. jj To burn the tongue A Cili isii -« (vinegar). '^jij>J[j^'\ or a. fight.^^' ^j t j. S^?Hot. fight). an account) accurate. Opposite Gift. Avith (a spear). A piece of silk-cloth. th. Sole of a horse. To be hot.j %'jW^ ^'j\>. To be affected with canine madne. Plunder. Gratuity given Ca> To sharpen (an arrow-head). JJ^^l To free (a slave). ^j^> JCJ. battle. opposite to a. To devOte A_j 5 j^> To lay on the back in raising the a. 4.j . oVi 'jJC* — To by over /bj » *ili>_. d s jjJA\ To thrust a. th. a share of. th. jG. To imicate a. Piece of sjlu' lii>-1 ?. To render ( a ba«-j^^» ^ i_i^i Enemy. 0."^ ^"^ Free well-born (woman). o. To straighten ( <-Jj'^^ j'i enemy's country. to pieces. ^ t^akzJLI. To Seat of the war. o. Ardour. The write (a letter). ^ A — To imitate a. to slaver ij). o.'lli> Sandals. Free-born.Allotment of xlJJ-j Xi^jJ-j ({j^j Qj. To be feverish. Pertaining to war. sword. to give (shoes) A ^ (ill>b Political liberty. ^'j^ "^ To plunder a. Manufacturer of silk stulf. i^i — To lead (an army). jiii-ll. sun). 1 'J. j. -^ Unrestraint. o. to a. ^ To ask a.-* Heat of the sun. To point (a gun). Spear. — To speak evil of a. importunately.ss. Javelin. o. jjJ>j^ To prick the tongue (pepper). _. vehement (fight). To provoke to excite a. j — Sjl^^j \jj^^j l^i oJ>i To wage war one with ^. To compose legs. Corruption of belief.a ^^ ) y ^il^ jijli. To become hot (day).^i^ -tf- To be bitten (tongue). «)j. Heat. . unmixed. caljll — Stony tract. To be widened (place). o. ol^j j'S*-* 'J.^\'j>. frJCy-' ^ Letter. J |^i ^ s^> A burning thirst. o. Hard (work). To be hot. to. Blood-horse. 5 C^^ o ^'j. 'js. accurately. In front of. %'j^ — To stir up war. ^ iJ^i To be freed (slave). ardent. another. silk-cloth. To wage war To be freed (slave).

Thin and swift shecamel. earning. Troop of horses. th. th.. -r -^ij^j <i^\'J' ^J-^ Stallion (lizard).'s self fi-om. th. th. To be well fortified (place). a.> -i^ Public sale.fr S=Q^> -• '^. Direction to Mecca. To tiU and sow (the earth). yield little . jt ^— ^^i-. To forbid (prayer) to a. o. importunately. th. to restrain a. To run To be ill-tempered. To rub a. to plough *oln>lj o5> : To be enraged against. ^SJ' t tiller. o. Tillage. Snare for wild beasts. Tillage: cultivation. i* — To put in a strait. '4^'^'S* -r '4r'J' Angry. (place). tb.5r -rryfj^- energetically. Crime. ^y>. Lameness. To ^^^l put a. Quarry given to ^\'J^\ ^ — ?r_r^ ^^ the hounds. *} CjWj^i -r'^ *?-S* First seat in a place. angered.c/j»--^. thoroughly. Warrior. Cowry. 5 lSj'. To acquire A — (goods). To be dazzled (eye).jij^ o jj^ To preserve To Aj 5 j^ afford a safe refuge to a.-fr To bear rancour to.i >ijj^-i Poker lii^*. To ask a. -r ^^ u> ^ v'S*"-" Herd of camels. Thicket of trees. j. To heap up (dust).V». '^Xji. rancour. o. Swarm of locusts. for stirring the fire. ib oln> \ pierce (wood). Cold wind. To gather and press (crowd. th. to insist upon.'s self to a hut i fi hinder. i\y>. jlIUj o^JI '^kj' XJI^s- Gain. be important It is i>- To vjj. wili o> r-. exasperated. to crime. To be narrow (place). To study (the a.>'^>. Apart. j — •^ To put up for auction. Roof of reeds. Seclude o. o. To swear by the most sacred things. Flock. <> To urge. < To work {Sj>i hard. \j'j^ to run to and fro. a Jj> <> (affair). To be guilty. round. (stai'). or A>_j » Ij^^T o 'jji- ^ To be on the watch.'j>. Plundered. ^ j^l . milk (she-camel) little rain (year). ( U Alas What a pity! C^^lj Chameleon. Covert of a lion. Linen set on a rope for drving. jc ^*^ To incite a.»j cjj\>Cf 5. To drive back (camels). To exhaust (a beast rider). Easily excited . Crime. Narrow space. — twist (a rope).i i To To To To To To To withhold. Niche in a mosciue. Thicket. To a iS^ ijii (the land). Ti'ack of a road. Large wingless locust. apart.^E — — The land and its produces. ^^ vO'--f J vS*-—! Upper end of a house. ^^ o — To be prohibited to a. iJ>-X . To shoot Anger. 0.. Synagogue. th. u iS^i-a ij>. oii>-j ij^i :>jy> i^/b a. Litter. To keep aloof from sin.'^ ^ Spoiled. To gnash the teeth. set a. bea3ts). jj-^'i V \1» beast to a strait. fi^ C. Sin. ^ o'jV^ To keep a. — ol^joj G- Plough. <• To pout'at.s^i To remain. cj\>-'j>-S^\i. plougher. betake o.. To be contracted G-^i a r^ ^ (heart). Private apartments of a prince. 'C^sij Jj^ ^ v-'j*! Thou art not guilty. To earn wealth Land prepared for sowing. To crumble (bread). in a strait. Thicket of impenetrable trees Fighting incessantly. To force up a fin a- not worth while. sale by auction. o. ^'j. o. ^\'j. .To swerve from (a resolution 2* To cut a. a. (prayer). To purpose a. warlike. n o3>1j — To cultivate. a Cjy cjj^ -^ To become fast : tall. To stir fire). Palace. oij.r ^'S- To guard (property) carefully. Cultivator.

old. to swerve from. To be disordered. to. a book ). o. To covet a. perseveringly. To provoke. Kali. to the point of s J^'J>-\ death (sorrow). u-j. eager of. Margin.^ Keeper. to set (men. Robb:ir. myriapod. o. trb*J Ear-wig. Niggardly. To repay evil to a. grief. ' cr'S^ (_^_^ . Well to fortified. ^^pTo live long.WI ^j r> d)>^JI Very Kept. ^l^ ^ J^'^i. To tm-n away from.^ Particle Sj>- Young ones of animals. To guard. To become rich. it s ^^ ii^ to incite a. x^j Hole in a garment. To tight with. stolen during the night. ^^ u-'J^h ^j>C> Watch. (love). To tamper with.^ Shameful (speech). J^\^^ vJ»i. j. love. forest. o. Word. Life-guards. i the three divisions of the Ai-abic grammar).^^ ^ j. i Choice part of goods.'J{^\j . J^tllj Saf« refuge. O^ _j^ -Vc covetous. o. Hankering.i a Jj^ — To beguile a. J ^ji^n*). <13ij ^J^'J ^ The Guardian Angel. out by gi'ief. carefully. jp j^jiaTo bring a. ojb-. to. a. night. Greedy. Summit (of a mountain). * ^j. The day and the Careful of. s ^.(J^^ — To keep a. jc Ca^*. u^l>j 'C^^ ^ y^i> *.* hunt (hzards). ij'jj>j tr'^*' T \S'jjf The Ottoman Empire. Di. fin Cloud pouring a heavy rain. watch i-l3>-j ^'j. Black lizard-hunting snake. o. » To guard against. & — To ill-treat a. a 0'J>-i profligate. ij^il Mark.2u^>. Fish-scales. o. To oppose a. ^j>- ' 5r lT^ ^js- To do a.> -8- Swarm of locusts. l^^j Debauchee. i ^To To To use shifts for a livelihood. o.i_^^ To be oJ^l Rough to the skin. J^j^o-j Wicked. Lizard.-fr fi. To discard a. ^ ^'J>^\ Roughness. th. cAj J^^ 2^ . morals. ilkliJI A •^ life-guard. o. J — To change a. Potash. To afford a safe refuge to. from. To disorder a. Amulet.J. centui'y. AzJ^i j. ^i-l^ji^ ^ Edge Letter ( of Ca blade).sorder in body. Uj JO*^ j\'jj\ »!' J>5 Die for gaming. a. C^* a ^j>. To guard against. ^>. -fy- Capital town. Extremity. coarseness. New coin. ^^ 3'j^\i ^'J-5 Wood.^ deviate. To rend (a stuff) in Ca'^ o l/'^^. o. To cut (a writing-reed) obliquely. a a^j^j To be eaten up (pasture). th. secure. is. th. <• ^'J. o^* ^ Sj^ Border. To be rough to the skin. iljy. J^'J^-'^ crafty. To turn away. dogs) one against another. Fallen and unable to Disordered by grief. To earn for o. Ewe Emaciated by Diseased and vicious. o. end. alphabet). a Species of cucumber. of the SjAj ^/J.:^)) diSJC^^ To J'ln^h (^)'J^J (^'j* J-ji. To alter 4> Sy^ (a word.. . Q»^ over. iSl^i o debauchery.G.o ^'ji- To ^Jj^ o l/»^ "^ become emaciated. ^\ln*'^j ifip. Time. jl fi> <^'^C i SJ>. To bs worn anxiety. ^^Li ?_s_3u ^ J-l^^ To probe a wound. (one of beating it (dyer). -JJ^S jj>t Wound tearing the skin. ^ij^C" T^ijyji F.'s family). J^'^i- To urge. mind. ^ yj. pi-actice a craft. Ci/. debauchei'y. th. to instigate y j^lji- To steal (a ewe).\ Son.'s family. caution. 0.To render To ui'ge. To scratch a.ja^^i. A — To earn (for o. j*^ J^'J- Enclosure. Company.

o. ijj j^ To gnash the teeth at.6*^ gue. Fire-ship. Acritude of a dish.hj\>-j iSji Upper part of the uvula. -fy U^^ Craft.i-j x3j* j^ '^>> o ^j>j (•\^j a ^^ j>j»j. To Aj ? yj^^S hold a. offering. sacred. profession.iV]^ volution. o. to declare a. ^j^ To seek protection from. To commit a.> To tall off (hail-). To rub a. jUJb A — ^ To distress a. th. a. -. Upper part Movement. Artisan. word by word.-- i. Gruel.. it C«lJ. 'iS'^i ^'^ o i'^ To wound a horse on (^^ o i'^ •& the withers. lose at play. To forbid a.'J^\ seek refuge in a sacred place. sacred. y^i.yi £\'ji. I To render a. ^jJ>^ oj ^/kiJI ^j> ^^'ater-cress. aj. -(fI . * — To be forbidden. To deprive a. Emotion.. conflagration. to.. sacred. Al»^ i^^j>^ Wooden poker. Inviolable thing. o^ ^^ ^j^ :^\'j>- Bad luck. < To . Respectable woman. i)3i» Nasturtium {plant).i Horse's withers. ilj^ The mover (of the world) (God). (sun). <> AMfe. Thlaspi {phuil). excom^'j>- fiij — To burn down a.. ReGestin-e.. ^>U». Shift. To set off. ip iJO o JJ. th. Holocaust. o. cM^'j^ -r Proceedings. 0.*J>- To To To be forbidden.^^^i To file. aJ^^^j <. To win a. th. . th. Agitator. oGi^i ^ Xsl^ Bhster. . To j. Prohibition. Nimble.lin i^'j> of the back. burntc3j>^ ^ Heat. th.^ ^ Thing sacred. Winged insect. unlawful.r Fire. Unluckiness. o. o^i Weak-waisted. *2j i_i_/>5. th.M To mark a letter with a vowel. ^j. j^bU Surgeon's probe. < Privation. -^ To intri. sprightly (child). wiij_U> ^ ^l>>i^ Oblique. A> (j'^ o 3'J- ^ To rummage. j I To set in motion. a. ) fj J'Sj>- Litteral (meaning). To o. th. o. at play. ^^ ^ . accentuation. o. Using shifts. to stir up St> jS'j>. to 3\y^j 3\j>- be unlawful. * ^ d^'yr. to pity. \ y. *j j J^lj J^ To be burnt do^vn. o. To s forbid a. fiij s iJj» To move a. Head of the hauneh-bone.i)-i. . To scorch a. Combustion. j ^•^'-'j ~ To go to the pilgrimage.ij 'Xf'j>i Sharp (sword). -^ j To fi-y (meat). oJ. o!Ai iV. Trapezoid. Anathema. bone.^j. unlawful. lively. Hole in a garment. inviolable. I to excite a. s^^H Burning. Fellow. o'J^h J^»o i municate Cij.>J V»^j To prevent a. Litrerally.>j Combustion. \j\»j:^j i*_. Brine. Salt water. Biting the tongue (dish). ^j^J ^_j» ^ s 'x^ij>-i i ^_/» -S" <'^j^j from. Xi>'j> Luck. :i.i-j I To move about. Bomb. < Angular (body). Protection.:jr^ ISIovement. >-ii^ Light. jS'jA ff Wife. Pomum Adami.»JI Piece of fried meat of the haunchsJ^Vji. th. Gruel of tlour and water. to enrage a. . Reverence.»' . To show regard to. To be moved (heart).-^ ^ To heat (the blood). <• C«^ a >b ji^Ij ji^ forbid. th. To be set in motion. Inflammation (of a limb). Altered. Vowel. Sanctuary. Head "C&ja- ^ -ft- Mecca and Medinah.. fi^om a. J>j> j^J>- vex. -if- Upper extremity of the neck. To rouse. th. oC''_. <>• 1 ji ' Root of the tongue.j| Unlucky. Harem. <> Indisijosed. -^ For the sake of.worker. impotent. ^ wii_p- Light-hauiled. (/ as sacred. th. Nimbleness. CJ>: a J>To burn down a.

Ojjs^j Oj* ~ •^ To propose an enigma to. fi> \j\j>-j ij\»J> 'jvV jjiu fi> Apartments of women. ^ — To hinder a. S^J>To stop Cj^j Cl>j Cl>i yjj-i Oj*^ on a sudden. likely. To press out.°j CjiJ>- Party of men. jX^i. l5»incision in a. ^r^l^* :r tj-^'j^ "^ To befall and dis- tjji tress a. j. ^ -il- action. cut. to conjecture a.( ^^0 -T To examine a. Painful state.\'jl^\ j^\j j.Thief. Sour (milk. more Fit to. to make an 1n^\j jj>j . ^ '^i^*! ?r''^j> Diviner. ^ ( o/>/j. To muster a party. ^I_^JI cilli Blanket used as a garment. th. Sacred. v'j*-^ t vj^ vlJ*"-^* -« oij> JJ> Sparkling of fire. . s ^jjC*. Sjjji -^ June (month). J. dilifr j. Unattainable thing. Divination. with (a rope). Cj\'Sj> -r Enigma. Sj\jij jiji •^ It is a shame for thee.i^ by ti'ees when shaken by the wind. Confederacy. ^J^k "^j (^^•>VIj A fortiori. J/jl -^j ii)\'j. To comA> press a.>l -"'JMecca. To divide (a book) into sections. Division.y> i S -fi- To break wind (ass). ojkj Distressing event. A Sjjs^j j> o Sj^ * To guess. J. tit. Cock. Restive (horse).jU> ^ ^^» Pocket handliei'chief. Knife for making notches. C j^ i ^slf^ -^ to wane (time). fii c\ di> i^^Vl 'j^ -J^ Pinched by narrow boots. Partisan. oj> vr Burnino. A it is ^^1 Bulky and short. th. ^j.^^jl Mecca. Scruples. To cause a. Sin. M^i-I ^ ^j^ Choice part of a. Crime. Conjecture. Sound produced . To bind a. Bastard. th.ii)l jij> Acidity of the stomach. <>. th. __^.\'J^\ ^yCi^ The Caaba.I ^'>> imlawful thing. To be restive (beast ).c^i^i. -^"'Jr?' ^ Unfruitful yeai*. perplexing affair-s. Jj. sj> SUce (of melon).j\:^ ^ iijk^ Black and fetid slime. Pungency of mustard. li^l How much more.^ji. J ^^7 a. i_jOU How worthy of he ! ^. more suited. To choose a. th.^k!' Notch. *_j s C j>. To be notched. ^ jji'i To be contracted. ojV^i- Accomplice. Venerable. sound. To decrease. Season. -Ji:^[ *^^ to Speaking j/j^ ^ j^ roughly. a fj^ii To select the best of. o. To cut. *2j ^ More adapted . Retreat of gazels. JiU ) Paiu in the heart.!! j oS* To become the partisan of. Rather. Mohammedan Illicit year. tli. Liver-wort {plant). Dishonest raan. >. o. jj li. To propose To remain in (a place). to form ^ . j. I stopped in his vicinage. federation. Area of a house. (people). (misfortune).j>- haughty man.4> — ^— iSj>dU Convenient. riddle. ^'^ Rites of the pilgrimage to l'. jj^-j "i Twittering (of birds).Women subject to one man. To cut (the head). Cj/j^j o\j> :j^'J. a {3'yi. e\j»\ C» To measure. To sell at the right price. To gather and drive (camels).\'j>. th. o\'Jk) cJjj A short viper. Restiveness of a horse. Wild carrots. o.Jj> — To tighten (a rope). th. in the throat. It is better for thee to. ^ l/XjiFirst y^^ 'jk* month of the j. jij> Active and jji_j sj»1j olj* ^r J. Becoming. Rascal. jjb"i'jj^i Worthy of. Herpes. To form into parties. To become sour ( milk). Incision.\ Violent impression of anger or giit'f. wine). jj> Sjj» Noise. (inviolable). Suitable. "^ Kne {medicinal plant). ij fi> < \''j:^ a. Sj> -^ Scui'f of the head. 'ji^i ^ y^a Vj* Rough (man).

ol>v>lj Oj'i'-Jj iO^ Sorrow. th. th. prominent. Wind. awake : ^ To o. a . to compassionate a. ^L» . -^ To mind a. o. jiiJi 3jJ>t'i> To rise above the iHjii — Jj*. C»ji i Sj'^ ^ji ^ ple). to rouse < To feel big-beUied.-> Narrow-necked (ewer).i1j ^jj^ ^jil Broad-breasted. Unauspicious. To curry (a beast). To beTo be ^jj^j v>j>3»"l rugged To know. girt. self. to 5j Physiognomist. *^lj^J y^ To listen to seek. th. to feel. Bundle. To walk upon a hard ground. (place). strap (a horse). o. ^ ^ij^j -^\'^^^ of a saddle. self-confident. ^„.j^\j U_i i — To of. faculty of feeling. Chest. State.^JL:I>j ^ fi> jLi^j to perceive a. j? j. th.5r ^j. To slaughter peoTo put meat on burning coals. ^jb-^ ^ vj*--* .a ^r->- o's. yji^j ^J. th. th. a. To be gathei-ed. Ball. -if- ^ y^ ^ji . olj*^ 5r oj»j oj^ Mourning. to conjecture. To strap (a beast).*^ Feeling. Girth. wrapper. To iLi-j^ grieve ? oji b oji-j Cji o oj^ * Cui'rycomb..- Bunch of flowers. ilr^'J' ^. — xoi.j { \\\) Of *-5J»:J cares. Short. »i«ji ^ >ri J>-J <^3». -^ To have a presentiment of. To be choked. Walking augur birds. presentiment. sorry. To be To be come To girdle y^\j ^J^-j To be certain To make a. 3'^^j Jj> ' To raise (figures) in ^ Jj»-j o ^y^ < the air (looming). fit il'iLs- Cc^. lute. a. To know a. To feel. girth yj.Toact waveringly. Middle of the breast. Cj. slj> ) '\y. to foresee a. Currying of a horse. to perceive a '. from the flight of Party of men. ^ — To pity.\ijjLj ^'lj>j Ciji o ^^> bundle up (goods (with burning coals).r Shght noise. i^l^*'^ zl'^ Locust. a.Q>- tr v-ji^* The five senses. ^ To take a. jjji aJ i^jjij <jjj\p. ji at iJjij sJjij 'S^i tJj^ a short pace. i . o. To blast (the : ?j gn {^ o . ^ mirage (mountain). th._1>. o'y>S To be sad. Aj s ^jJLS- collected (th).jij . th. Tenacious. Ci^'j>-j nj*'-^ To \j^ -^ iSj^j C ^> ijji-j ljj» fii . j^ ^^ xL>- Waist. To be contracted (heart). oj> -^ Rugged and hard ground. Strap.jii a. Grief.j JVJ. soil Party of iJlj*^ <-^J. into account._l:C-^ To roast (meat) on coals. Ruggedness of the Grieved. UmbelUferous plant. ). </. Flight of (birds). Jj* of Swarm Wearing mourning. with the hand. to grope. bees. Silk or cotton girdle. to reckon a. INIiddle of the chest. 'T3>ij up. J^j jij^j ^\'jy ^ u. To be pulled out (tooth. Sense. J — To be grieved J j) jp Cj>^ Cj» a oji about. Voice. iiji . l^ 1 Resolution. To guess.^J men.^ To perceive a. th. To cover bi^ead plants cold). Apron. Resolute. fishes. family *jij» To number. Waist. by the senses. C»ji a ^j» To be reso. -t)- stones. .^_^i. X3j>Hiccough. To feel a. Obstruction in the throat. th.j jy jG- Prone to anger. ^^j-l. th. ^ oj» Chai'ge of a household. — To inquii-e about a.>i -^ ( To pack A >.) Ir-'^K To (news). To be lofty._. <-To grope. ( jjil k_. Small dry Cuttings of ^-ilsi Part of the body covered by ^jW> the girth. Cunning.

5 To hi content with. to sigh. te believe a. ic * — To be disclosed. o. ^rv. To be smashed.~iV> Tawny camel. Burying of the dead.». Burial. a'rLi-j \j^ a _r-^ — To lose its feathers (birdj. envious. Red-haired v_J_>1 (man). To jade (a camel). Reckoning. To despise a. To harm 5 To settle accounts together.> -5^ — To pick out. j^ To inquire about (new. off (the crust of a wound).j dx'^lJ- Alas What a pity! t\i'jL^ b i5 >li C sufficient for thee. To satiate a 5 (camel). ^ sJL> ^ Fatigued. for. Hissing of snakes. Sufficiency.\ nor coat of mail nor turban. _^i. ilLa . food and drink to satiety. * To mix dates with their dregs. To tend (a flock). th. Ci-_. Incentive to envy. sad. He gave bomitifuUy. o. o. To be sorry To lose an elder son. Sufficiency. th. to euU 5j A \jlI^ (dates). Thou shalt account with God. . To make a. ^: w To tire out (a beast). calamity. Small arrow Small pillow. To sigh for. To fall off (hair). to regret a. To recline upon a pillow. 4- cXj^i- ?r slr^* «lr'-->-J. ^- '. j^S'^.—1» To place a pillow for a. u. White from disease (skin). beast).^^ -n^ jj^ ~f^'>^> This is equal. regret. To know and befriend a. xSC^ To be angry with. amount. Tired. o. »jU1> Thunderbolt. Accountant. Grudge. he xnch or so. for a. iLl> ^ k-.-C Reluctantly. o ^j 5 :Cj. To take i Personal merit. conjecture. To b3 noble-born. o. th. ! A dirh>'m is ^a ji tanta- dl-l^. To think. to grudge a. or a. Noble descent. to To find a. Cloud. Face. J CL-^ a J^-^ To pick out (dates). Regretful. o. w._li< li* mount to that.. dUji ^ Punishment. caution o.»i>j tLL.>j uL^ w«r. Ssllij Refuse of dates. ^^lils Jati bark ( a bough ). Weak-sighted. o.dL To Jt jl ( .:-:) jjj — I fi> i fi> fit i^ -t)- i Sigh.^ ?r -rr'--* Nature. To buiy a. iJ To be tired (man. 0. Audit-office. envious. ^s'j^-^ -r Without helmet Misfortune.^ Cil> — To be angered with. >»-. To disclose a. 5 i^ij^ To give to a. for. oi Great number of people Arithmetic.ru-Gj Quantity. JU-U Grudging. th. Scanty water.»i^j Cl-wl> i a w~> envy. anger. To settle an account s iL:. jc (feil> a iX^ To eat barley (beast). Small ant.JLUj a. Sorrow. regretful. o.ik» >^\9I with. To sigh for. th. to suppose a. i-r'-J Enmity. Book-keeping. it ^j 5 — To disapprove a. The day of judgment. i^\lJ. o. think. envy. Reward. C^bU Inspector of weights and ^-_Aaii measures.(>. To satisfy a. \j^Ls!To be jaded i^i _^r^ J )^i — To be tawny (camel). ( <iil <i)lu_>j . o. . < To ^tS^d To sweep (a house). To hiss (snake). noble. Honourable.'s self against. To be tired (sight). Hailstone.s). To grudge one another. 'tXLJ-j C—» o . * ^i'CJ. o. To i^> o — ^ To take a. ib To be scratched (skin). To reap (corn).iii God alone is sufficient L-u-i <MVi ^^LT Opinion. Account.!l j^lk^Sj j\^ Known state. \\Y) 1 * 5 j1J-j loJ-i o. Weak.

( Goodly. To increa. Benefit.>-J <iJL«.* tt J^-^ Benefit.> o j^ ^ a.^ ground. How pleasing Zeid ! Qj y^\ ^~^\»\ beaist). To be shaven.\J\ c. jli Jc-r*- ^ '? Beneficent. from. GoodVei*y fine. ill-will. Food made of and water. beauty. J^^\ To know. Victory. f>j s "^Li o j:^^ To urge on (a The best men. To dry up (hand. kindly.. Good Charms. oLl* '\^JL.l> Star-thistle. to give alms to oj Jl^ — -tf- ^^ abundant herbage (land). (broth) Httle by give to a. to embellish a. Barley. To cast off a. is Rubbish. To hurry on (horse). ol^>-l . o. JUl. qualities. 0. More. Good work. To be able to do. as J^\:>j t/J-h S-^ To To deprive a. Lizard. To treat a. o^ "^ H -JL^ qiiantity). Oxen.^-^l (broth) to sip. it). s\\) < To To To be choked with a fish di: New. (war). fine. th. To appi"Ove of. well. j. ^i-» "^ Beauty.\_) &^$~^ Swampy 'Cs-j -U-i'l ^ . All right. o.^j ^1>. To stir To be beautiful. . To smoke hemp.i'>l>. To give To find a. th. Ijli C> ^ cut off. th. Better. 0. rabble. j. gift. templation of God.^ilji Cl^s* cr-^J fi^j A draught. a. *- looking woman. <JL-> ^ oll^ C. ''»•'' To overcome. To cut self. o. Fish-bone. th. Lizard ill* j d':^lj^j newly hatched. i _ open (an artery and cauterize To stop (a disease). Pleasiugness. & ^\c. x. To To To sip A j:^\j ^»dj little. Edge Long (night). valley). Calves. well. in beauty. to the tefii. give barley to (a beast). j'j^ (of a sword). To do good. . fi a — be cut off. Grappling iron.\ u To leave the refuse of a. To poke (the Sj (herbage). -^ oiji^j o^lL* ^ very handsome. To hunt lizards.rilij Well.» Specific (of a disease). a mouthful y.l. Urchin. th. To behave well. ground covered with sand."s fire). To do a. Benefit. •^ Alms. a ^jli>dJ\^ herbs (to a horse). o. flour 'jL^j -Llij jL^ Unhappy (days).i j:jja. CjCI-I. To -^ dig a sandy 1 ^5^JJ^\j. u. To put a. ii&tl^j jTUsT^ Ji Shatters of irOn. to adorn o. CJLi o To better.> store the remainder of. To revile o. jiJ. Sharp sword. J^l>_^JljJ *L >\ The best he can do is to Gold-fincli. Refuse. pleasing. Goodness. To have ^ o-* c. ^ J~^\ To embellish a. Refuse. j^Li'l To be dried (hand). (absorbed). <>• oCxli <^ *iL^ Rancour. Prickly hedge.fi^ 2<_.Ij o1 — To kindle (a fire).se (wealth). 0. Good result. cJc-'—y-j bone. Victory and martyrdom. or a. Con- To be reviled. . ^^\>:^)\ Good works. 0..>lj J^L» • The 99 Names of God amongst Moslems. To cut fi> CU. or a. To be able to.-r S^> c^~. Mouthful ( r^j <^h 0_^~» I 5>> To be comely. o^?c>» rr Refuse of dates. Silver filings.>-j Good action.'s self. th.

fall off (hair).ji.» To make little of. in gathering herbs._A>1 — ^^> ^ To muster (people). Barley. th. jIlWI — — <> Inquisitiveness. i -l=._uiji— a Belladona. iIlL> ai.i ^ jj. *^>3' ° jiti-JI Gathering^:-U^ place.> -^ To take the part.J^ ^U.gaidic. is to do so.ili'l — (palm-tx'ee). heavy rain. To cram a. feii^ a dX^ To collect in the udder (milk).i-JI— Last breath of life. «r*^*»-l Hare. ) — . crowd. pointed (spear). Seller of dry herbage. Calf. o. To destroy (cattle A To make (a spear-head thin. Fruit-garden. J al. To have the death-rattle (man). Still^jlli ^ J^i^^ born foetus.5>lj ai-G-. things). Shower . To throng (crowd). liliaceous plant. To become strong and to abate (wind). To be thirsty (man). «- . 5 — To seek for. Numerous troop. To dry (hand). Dry hei'bage.jii. To bear bad dates ^. Uninterrupted.llij ^ill^ Glauciam. — >^ To help a. To exile a. J — — To rush to the rescue. J.'s self for (a guest). a Ui a iLi. <>• j^ Smoker o^^lL^ ^ J'^l^ of hasiiish. M^. *i. to the fi>j 5 (.> -<> Xfeil^ Loaded (with d^U fruit) Successive. j _^-:ij < Congregation.jup^^\ come tall (bi'anch). xkkk^ -^ fruit ( tree much a shower sky ). horn-poppy.> o jli To revile a. To be contracted (udder).Ji. Poker. 0. hedge. v-^^ i Company of men. To bray (ass).!l Day of the resurrection. f> d\L>j — To eat barley (horse). 0. To assemble (party ). : -^ a. 0. Noise in the quarter of a house. Death-r.d*lij •^ To stir about {men). To be loaded with let fall ( : <is^l^ i ^iJ. ^ To Tavern for smoking hemp.ittle. blush. The utmost power i. ji. cj\ aparine. interfere. s dllil To be swollen with milk (udder). To JaI^oC. •^ To press a. o. To put a. ^iJ- Thin (ear) . to gather herbs.j Collection of palm-trees. deadly night-shade. ^1> «-^:~»- Place abounding in dry herbage. -^ Hashish.k> To irritate a. Insects. Fritillaria. Hollow in which water remains.> Tax-gatherer. Male fox. ^i^ ^ _^i9.i \\\ ) To be To big-bodied. — d . o-lVl *1a4. Worn out garment. To cram up (a bag). o. tXUj'j ijS. To veer (wind). o. v^" To hit the belly (^^^th an arrow).:j jl1>1 To answer the call of a.r^ people ). \':>^lJTo collect (men. ifeti. Intriuier.U^j J-'^J^ -^ To kindle (the fire).'^J Dates of bad quality.^ To bud out (plant). Party of men. nipple-wort.> Small mug. to intrude in. To be. swarm. th. goose-grass.^ To lash a.. To exert o. Muzzle for preventing a i5Ll>-j *_ril> kid from sucking. To seek a. i^ii ^ ulij jJJ^ fi> Inexhaustible (spring). ).A»l. A >li.. To wear shabby clothes.^J. To side with. Dotanl. " ^ . Portion of e.Xfeii.U. To give barley (to a horse). Pri\y. Sj j1j. "Winds blowing from dXz^\'j^ ^ Sfet^-G- various sides. ^ jjiS^I. o. -^tb-jJ ^ '\lkj'j U. my ^ <i. ] -J^ -jf To assemble s l^>: o . Broom-rape. Waist-wrapper. To die (wild _^isi beast). 0. BigbelUed. Inquisitive. Filled of (milk). orobanche. Allinria. To have water (cloud). To expel ( draught).j 'Jj./' To be filled (udder). of thy ioTjiij c/\ vHl. with a whip. my heart A To wink (the eyes). ijVl Lapsatia.LLi G <> beloved.j — To muster troops. Reaping-hook. Galium Small reptiles.

:U-Lij :UJ. to put 5 j. Far from thee. To shun a. 0. j^ :. short breathing. to the blush. Bustle J^JVI — To appear in broad light . To abash a. to stuff ij A 1}. To allot a share to a. To be stuffed. with. scanty feathers wings (bird). Politeness. -^ Postcript.iaC Portion. men. ^^W To be filled with grains (pome. To be ashamed of. — . ol iJUU *c^^ Servants. ( ^T. j- ^. ^-a* t *^ ijj. Far from. Having little or no hair 'Lia» ^ Stuffing of food. Soul. to harm a. Refuse of men. -li-il ^ Ci^ ^hi- Disease causing the hair to fall. curtailed (tail). ^ Kerne! a^^j y^l-iall ^ Quick running (of an ass). from a number. to revile a 5 .t. Mar- ginal note. Excuse the compa rison. Except. » Uai o Modesty. th. o.i> vine. i/l To be angry at. o. He has caught no game. Selvage of a a. 0. To blush at.-^i To destroy a._. To fill up. together. on the ^3^] yjj garment. intestines. Scantiness of hair on the head.A\^ earnings. To limp in walking (man). ) avoid. To except a. Bowels. 0. dily (camel). th. ju^l To abstain from. Guest..iai ^^^j . leaves).li.±J-'b jX^j i Save Zeld. o. ^/i^ a '^ji> ^ To border (a garment). Neighbour.To except a. Anger. Pearl. siJiiJI To suffer from asthma. God forbid that. Sma'lage (plant. thicket. 0. To fall out (hair. t/'^»=-^ worn Glli ^ xl=. intestines. Stuffed ly£». ^^ak^vv Dust. The meanest of camels. to guard against a. (share) s To be clear. aJ>\':>. Redundant part of a speech.. Quick walk. To shave (the hair). 5 Cjas^ pave (the soil) with fi> ^^ s i \ — To -if ^5 J-J^. To To To To quench o. Hatred. exclude a. To keep aloof from. C^» a ^ To irritate. To be in a rage. (a cushion) with. a. Cloudless and cold (day).'s thirst with. Followers. ^j of J c/ J^" \ To refrain from. by addres Jl o jr sing him rudely. Side. Pad. Respect. jXkia-\ -ciji ^ ^. Asthma. quench the thirst of. o. To use a To abuse To make stinking (skin). To writer ^^Ls^ marginal notes. -^ garment. 0. To lose its hair (beast).^ To suck milk his fill to *Loi a \5uaij ii^^ -S- (child). 0. To be ^9u I To smell bad (water- ul» a ^^. ^— to^ jd-GJj • ^J^j >• pebbles. To share a. throw pebbles at. Stuffed bed. Margin a book). FUthiness of a vessel. from. household. To refrain from. < A bit. To eat or drink gree- by women. Venerable.^^li_! getting.'\ (man).. malevolence.) th. self-restraint. in the bowels. i — To make a gift to a. To be fixed on the groimd. ^. evident. Covered with notes (book). cloth.ol. Excuse such a mention Thou art far from for. Bunches remaining on the ^l.G>.ij. a>] from.>j family. The rectum. e>^-> sS-i*^ Forest.^is-Jai -^ (truth). th.j . o.' . u^l>* (of tt Bashfulness. To divide a. Saffron. <> To interpolate (a book).-^ ^ skin).^^9-\ granate).iai To hit a. To be allotted to a. 0. 2f Bowels.

. To twist a rope (strongly).i> y «^c^ To have a sound judgment. Cloud casting down suow.^>i'j^^^^j Ju. o be left. j~^\^j^ ^ -usk. To encompass a.i3i 1^ ^j XJa^- < Control of tobacco saddle. To limit.-n^ measles. To twist (a i-ope) strongly. _^a> To pelt one another with I bJ ^a> _^i pebbles. Any green fruit. . ricious. Prison.o> To have the To crush a.. miserly. th. o. To ba mangy. Soil covered with t-aij XJa9J' j^'j\ pebbles.i^ wi-o>j Jk^i wi.. Seized with scarlet fever. < Mat. To cut (a pen). To settle (an affair).j v^^^. (vessel). tj — To encompass. Miser. ^p S — To be in a strait. Row of people. Handle. Stone.^ To inconvenience a. To weave a. Harvest-time.a** -«- judgment. Numerous company of men. Ischury.^ ^lro?i^ -^j j-j^ Stalks of reaped crops. Swift iu running. in a strait. th.i=: o ^-^ ^ CLi»> a wi-^> js wio>1j.. Slanderous talks. •< Anguish. fi> To brace (a bow) strong. He raised the siege. To remove fi>j Asl.i> To reap (corn-crops). Scarlet fever. To put a cushion upon (a camel\ To hold a. iiL^j j-^sU Scythe. aj. Meeting. compactly. w-i> "C^lai-i Hinderauce. To be besieged.C«^i o ^lai a. Ava_>i-^j j>ii. with the . o. To be angry. To be strongly made (rope). Avai'ice. To fill (a water-skin). Oppressed. Blockhouse. th. To result.*j :i\j\^3. oLfl>.. Jj. Surface slra>1j _ri>^ Side of the Jj' sword. /j^a. 0. Siege. coat of mail). i He died.^>. ^j^al Verjuice. 0.^ij -ua> To become sour. Gifted with a sound ^^>'l JLiir-Ll^ ^.ji./j^ -Sly. To strap a pad on a camel. (disease).r^'-'h _r^ To feel an oppression l^a> a ^a> of the heart. •^ To be restrained to. Faltering in speech.--^lj -u»>*i Di'ying-tioor for dates.>j Jk::^>jii To remain.i>j i\. Crops. o.ssion of heart.. from.^ Oppre. ^ -^^:^ of the earth. o. Discreet. Dry mange. Firewood.j '~o'Ja\>:i'J^\>a. Woven stuff.^ a ^.3t.i. To J.hail.l. To destroy a. Tov. lil i>j bUoij la. Small pebbles. il. Road. To be strongly made. SLJ VI jJl. Restriction. a. .^^ crops). a. To be strongly woven (rope.4i^Ji_ To strike up pebbles in running (horse). ^ ^i»-[ Constipation.. body._.s Fuel. To be soi'did. sickle. To form a league (people). 0.^^ ha^^pen (event). th. To invest (a town). In a strict sense. o. ^— To be costive. Gathered harve. To be mature ^ '3i-?=^ (corn- a.. To hinder a.i>. C \T\ ) >. -CJa^ Strong wind scatw-^l^i ^r i^^^ tering pebbles. -S*j 5 |^i o i to put a. To be niggardly. ^i To run swiftly. To conceal (a secret). To surround. -^ To be annoyed.i> Reaper. To withhold a. To be tired To falter in speech. Pad used as a •^ Fortress. Faltering in speech. Surname of John the Baptist. s ^^ai^ U. J — To take his flight to the country (pigeon).i>iJ. .

quotient. in a Siftings of wheat.xJi>lj jaja* ^ tain. o.^ iL^> Crop of a bird. To kindle To throw To (the a. to. ^ La^vful wife. abounding Je jajl Innumerable.i^> ^ To be broken (wood). Marriage. o.i ^ XLay^fj To happen to a.i:> o^-aii^ i be iiLoi' J wa:vj [X^>. Pudioal Jy. o. oX>.>• a. Scientific attainment. (money). J^»-3 Remainder. Result.^3^-.o ^^a> chaste (woman). jJli* . To be chaste. To be kindled (fire] To kindle (the fire) Wooden poker. Stallion. To eat (earth beast). 31. th. word. ^ Remainder. fortify (a place). To present o. th. j^bjl .> ^ Foot of a mountain. (evil). To abound in pebbles To strike a. xl^j^j J-^>> Aubergine. o. r-^se-^ ) a stallion (horse). Crescent. oUx-ak^ Basket. oj-^>- ^ o-^*" Fire-poker. < To get a. ^i>l To To take a rugged by-way. To break wind (hor. Lycium.ia>j ^^>. o. j-. Egg-plant. Result.. J^]j — -if- To sum To ^^^ To protect a. To a ^^'\j ^^^ surround (a village) with a wall.'se). Stronghold. Produce. Big.'s self before a. i_. a S'^lai. fortress. "Pebbles. . virtuous (woman). Lock. ^^'^K To be inaccessible (place). jaij> o^~2i»^ ^ j|aL^7 Ts t J^'>. To acquire (science). Wheat.'s self on the ground. Firebrand./' Poker. Perigee. ic n ^U u^ui Tax-gatherei'. Small stones. Prudence total.. to. Box-thorn.y. o. Income. Hi^^popotamus. a (^Jaw: a r-^> -^ down. fi> To up attain (an aim). obtained. Freedom. Chaste woman.^ Seed-produce. To result. To understand a. difficult of access.ln short. To produce unripe (dates). Side. j^^ Success. To put wood (iu the fire). oijl.se] f chaste (woman).^th. Pearl. Lawful wife. jc j.^l rr ^^'^ cj-^-^<:-^>-. Number. Blood- cA^ ol-i> opp.Cai a ^s9^ ^' having eaten (earth : horse).( ^TY ) Strong-. ^^k^ jjt a To incite u^-aij Uai o jai . Soil *^ai in pebbles. a — To fortify. Purified silver.2\ o\ij=- woman.Jl. ( Weapons. fire).*a^ <. XLa^\j Jiai- . ^>-5 To be chaste (woman). To ^^xk'jl spread o. to ^li To To settle in a country. To become : unload (a camel). Tax-gathering. be roused to anger.'s self.^ (^^as.xjl. Very prudent.snake.Uiil ^ ^. Warehouse. Mind.^k>: -^j Jc-e^'--^ To excite one another To rouse o. Foot of a moan. (event). Entrenchment.i» Sum Calculus.i> To collect (a debt). A — To give (a woman) in marriage. To be at hand (time). Horses. another. To be J j^> Fox. ^_J»ij Twang of a bow. o. To keep her. To b'i on the watch. y] realised (profit). Produce of land. To be To be realised. ojta> — To occur to a. o. to niunber. k>-a^ CrJa^J\ To befall a.. fiij S — To witness a. ( Cai i ~^^a> To have a stone in the bladder recover a speech ).^^k. horse. To ^ ij A— To marry (man or -n-oman).o \la* -fr (land). o. ^oli-^ ol. To reckon. -^ J-*0=^ '?• J-*'* product. (thought). . To stir (the fire). "^i a J-a> To have a pain in the belly from : To hinder a. with pebbles. Virtuous woman. i^Uiij hj-^ o j^a^ -«• be present. to entrench o.

granted to the mother.^ jfc stop. Intruder.j \u^ — a. excellency (titles of honour). Cultivated country. To have inequal breasts.jj jajvi ti»: a ik^ -STo turn a. from a right. a. record. <>• Ready. chiM). To put a. aL>.>> j *k>. Vanguard. Pi'e- ^>W^ t Return to water. J:a9-j^ j^'ji- Carbuncled face. ^ xLi. Large tribe. down. JaJs^j xLa.o ^^^ in a. To run with a. Instrument for pohshing. s^'j>\>. bring Aj give a ready s ^— ^»ij S>ii9b-. th. to figure (leather). *|ij 5 — To attend (a meeting). To go down to alight. . 0.\ ^« — Assembly. to the mind (thought). ^i o — To slap a. o. th. th. th. -^ To pay a. Spunger. At the point Coming to a J^^^-j^ settled country.ia-la> Abatement of price. th. th. relief. city. nurse. sence.'s self. To be humbled. To abate . Speaking well of the J:a->C<^\ J~>absent. Quick. To sink 'i»>-Jl. a. 0. To brace (a bow). ^l'«Ltl J — To put down (a burden). To make "^ja>(answer). o. CLa*.^^\j . J^-^»-J _r^»r: j-p^ Present. •^Summons subpoena. 0. Vicinity. ^'<a>j j^* J.>« To prostrate a. xZla>- take in the bosom.'*jlhi. * |^ii> lia* Wooden poker. To contend with a. Cultivated district. ^-ark-* kj'lkij \x^ *k>. To occur 5 ^'is>. Embrace. Froth of milk.Cia* 4^17 o wr To ) To embrace To (jjJai-j Jjlis* J Cl2»>j ~ To To turn away from. th. Inhabitant of a village. to wrong a. tf Official Unloading.To leave off a th. presence. Pause. 0. To bring up .~_H^ Brood. ^ jJa^ -^To make a./: Fleet (horse). klk^ Stink. klk> Short. y ^2£:>-\j . Coming to a Dwelling by water.^j To mispronounce Arabic.'s self. J^'. Settlement. "Jailj C!3lL> o — To put. 'X^yjt. ready. Having inequal breasts. writ. th. a — To present o. from. to put a. To mix a. To eat much.^i reply. or a. Breast.'i. C (a child). cr^i>^ ?r si^i^ teats. A Lk> o — To pohsh. <• Full '}o\>. Bosom.: 5. ^jj 5 .i _/iu. Record sig-if- To ask a lowering price. C^yiiij Lla> o — To be pimpled (face). o>is> -$:^ CJ_ria> To stir (the fire). oj^JjitJ -^j ^'j-'SL->j_i »J^'ay-j.a^ Always ready to elriaij Jy0.^^b To get \j\^ j To witness a. Colloquy. ^^V&iil j^^-^ ^r -^4»»--^ J yjit^. of death. To cast forth froth (boiler). •?: Party of men. th. ^aiil of tutorship. 0. Side. Ck^: tk^ To abate (price). •(f-<>• brood upon its eggs (bird).floor for dates. J^lJsij -^i-ia^^ e1. ^ ^U He felt the grasp of di-y '^^Z. "i — To bark (a tree). mean. o. — To 'iJ\J3^j Uo» i^^i^ "^ ( Ugly. In his •< Ma- ^'J^a^^ ycJ- jesty. Name of a province cj^It^j Cjj"'^'and of a tribe of Yemen. <>• Right and pension <:l^ To be at the point of death. uii./^\j J^\ To deprive a. small in body. misfortune. -il- Presence.a IL. to pay. Fostei'ing. . \sbSi'j. X:Ja->-j c^jj>') (a horse) to run. Foot of a mountain.>i>>'' To run (horse). Diying. ned by witnesses. Station. _^'aii.J^ To ask a. on the back. o. To debar » ^. conference.lj yo'iii oii»>-b o>ii> :r c-^> To prepare o. a 'ia:>lj 'JUil To be put down. o. To lower a. To despise. (strength). back from. Clasp.jUs>l^ s^^i* J^ei^-^ (pric<e).'\^ Matter in a wound. Nurse. 0. 0. to put down of a » '^v&^\ Fixed dwelling. To send for a.

toss. To wash away Paradise. Cjii a 'Ji^ ^ with. s. happiness.CL. J^ ^ ~ High estimation. 0.^^ s. J^ -<>• *^Jiu^y To be fat. Stern. fi> Happy. -^ '._ja>- ^j <i:> ip. th. To be favoured with. fire-wood.kil ^ 'Jar>l. f ImT 'ja:i _. To aj 5 ^.^ij liil J»4a> ^ 'J» Enjoyment. <>• To rub out a. .^\\iiJ\ ^ »^> Guiacum. fi-om acting. Lion. to shake fit \yia^ o iL^ -H- a. to bark a. To enjoy the favour of. a To speak To have 5 — ^^J l^Li a.^. Happiness. To surround il^j ^ j y . th. th. To become deaf (ear). i^yL^ jjj — j.jS^j ui — a. To be full of hatred (man). fleshy. horse. j>j^'^ To pluck (the hair). s — To prefer one to another. o. To be ^'J^ surfeited. « Wall To Big chp (the b. \j\a^ ^Isi -Ji- aa> To break a. Luck. to be J _ja» pruned ^iai£J. a. (_(ll»> Abounding in firewood. To produce a rusthng sound Q^ i To become rich. to ^ ? sUi»t ^Ja>1 To render happy. To eat up (a..uc prune (the vine). lucky. Wood-cutter. Ja^^j ^llaij ^. CW i ^AaJi- To build Enclosure for cattle. th. undressed (hair). Strong. lot. o. to a. snake. string to (a A . Collector of firewood.^ ^ ^ti -M- the hair plucked liSali^ To prevent the j u.jW of the Caaba.?ard).-^ (leaves. evil of a. Slander. To enclose To encompass a.iifciei -^j illiriij . i. j^]a»t» To bi'ace strongly (a bow).'g Dregs of the people. CJioi *i. Favom*. ^^Lij X^liaij 'l^ ^ S}Li uioi The vanities of the world. th. lignum vitse. * out of the face. about. i ^^ _4=^ "* Short and big-bellied. Plant of ^-i> the precedent year. o. . fire. bird. To be filled (skin). th.jn-joSI ^. Sjn^l -^J Forbidden. To To He To abound in firewood. th. To be smitten by the evil eye. th. gladness. ' k. Favourite slave.) access of (a place) to (cattle) in. Stingy. ^Jj. Clai a ^^ki To be smashed (dry thin gs). shower).3»b. o. .tj|j^i3ij i regard.* J^J C>Ja^ ^ia> -^ To be broken by age.ij Ju^ l (vine). J^ — . { stomach). mixing good and evil in his speech. th. Gluttonous. To enjoy a.ia^ Slow walk. — J^> To walk slowly. a ij^ic. ^Ja^J^j Ji-Jiij To become food. Fragment. JUa^j Great talker. o. Very wJa>-b >-4i> »_. A CiiLvj ( To shave u* o lii^ the head) to .i»-j Unfruitul year.c came want to his rescue. ai* ^^\j — To procui'e a. ^Idll s3i^> Unlucky. o. J^i J llai Fence.La^ lean. Favour. px'event a.^^j %> ^ Small arrow. Uii ^ Citi Vehement Bad year. enclosure for o.: -«- To pick up an enclosure. Small rod. To bring wood roots (rain). ^h-llj . th. w-sk> yji»-j^ a.Lv ^iL> *»L> :i. piece.To make an self. or (_) 4^j S — To — be lucky. speak ill or well of. i^. To have shaggy. Pleasure. To To Jc Ci^kij CSUa>:J yia^ O i ^ - ^'j^ -ff <• Firewood. Portion. ' Pruning-knife. Courageous. -{:{ To fill up (a skin). i^Li o ik:^ -i^ To obtain ^ ^^j s. Unapproachable. to favour a. cjV^i^j o'J&J-j To put a bow). To encompass a. Cj^Ua> o stop in -walking. ^>ij . Digestible. lice. ^\. sheepfold.^ a ' J^ ' Parsimonious man. — dry (earth.

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To urge on

ji» -^ the day
i :

Confused sound of the wind, of bii'ds. Buzzing.

To pierce a. o. with (a spear). To hurry (an affair). To be seated opposite to. To be on the watch, to be
ready to act. To press forward.
Limit.
*^

^n—

women flat on the top. ili^ Surrounded. Poor. ojiv To produce a rustling (with ^j^je^ -8the wings bird).
Litter for
:

To throw a. o. down. To pull out papyrus.
Papyrus.

s

u

a U^

-J{-

To

crush, to
a. th.

fi>

ui» o
c^'^i «^*»

To eat (man). CJ To collect (water). Cii To meet (tribe). To run two heats
consecutively (horse).

destroy
snake.

Large harmless oU»*l

?r

^

To do
*j
fill

jiliillj

,C|jI>.j i1u>

To

expel a.

o.

To

extract

5

a. th. speedily; to

Xti -^ be nimble in work.
i

a. th.
(flood).

To bark

a. th.

To

a valley

To serve a. o. speedily. To hurry, to hasten a. o
Quick pace. Grandson grandchild.
;

5
2^

Ai>l

To apply o.'s self to. To pour down showers
(cloud).

JJ~t^JJ

Servant. Helper.
in his tent

asGjjii.,;
,

To remain
(man).

Oi'igin of a

man Base

aj:>..»

Place in which water abounds "ijLiSsReceptacle, vessel, sack. ,_;iU:^*) ^ j.]o. Small tent of hair. Paltry articles
of furniture.

of the hump. Sharp (sword).

jjc^-j^
,

To To

dig (the earth). *_^>|j
scrutinise a. th. <>
(a metal).

To

l^ i_,ii -^ enA_^
i

grave
J»JVI jiU>1
,jak>

Lizards, hedgehogs and jerboas.

To become

_^j

,

'CJ^ a jJa-i \'Jo.

'-

To

collect a. th.

A

La.i>-

i

-M-

cankered (teeth). To shed his first teeth
(cliild).

_^b

i

Collection.

^

toli^

Leather-basket

for^uilji^^ sru^** cleansing wells. Tent, Lion's whelp. To bend, to crook (a ^ Caii j^)^
;

To furrow (the earth torrent). _^J To go deep in his burrow j)\>:

^

(jerboa).

stick).

To throw

a. th.

To throw a. th. back. To di'y ( the earth).

a

J=*=-J

Large well. Cankering of the teeth.__,ij; Large well. Earth taken jU>1 r: J^
forth fi'om a well.

(

\

ned.

To

c^*coUact in the udder (milk).

To

flock ia (people).

To become
:

jJc^[

House furniture jad^^j js'Oi> ^ jJu^ ready to be carried. Camel bearing
it.

To be

conspicuous (road). flooded by (a stream

Tent.

Flag-bearer, ^^^eak

ca-

i_,

mel. Pole of a tent.

valley). -^

To

celebrate (a feast).

To put
store.
a. th.

a. th. in

Aj

s Clais- a Jai» a. th.

-H-

To

take care

of.

To exaggerate Jj ^
jis:

To

preserve

To

learn

a. th.

Crowd. Numerous. Care. Large crowd. Milk collected. Refuse of dates, men. Froth, of
milk.

o.'s

conduct).

by heart.-^ To observe (a feast; To keep (a secret). To
a. o. to

JlL^ x5u>

reserve (a sin).

To make

learn a. th.

fi>

s .kl>

by heart.
:

Solemnity of a feast Solemn, gi'and.
Filled (river,

ceremony. Jusl.

I.

'Jjji^{

J3'>ij

J^
ixj^i

-r

JJts-

room, udder). Giving much milk (shecamel). Assiduous. Numerous.
j.

J-i^

To persevere jp CliU»-j sJaSCa-i JisU upon. To observe a. th. carefully. To put a. o. out of temper. s Jiiit To learn by heart. ulJ; To caution o.'s self against. — To keep, to preserve fi,j ^ iiixil

^

They came
of them.

all

^£Liij j
jisk^J

jr^'--i

0^
J4*^
a
"^

a. th.'

Gathering. Meeting-place.
Nuisance.

Ji\^

?:

To appropriate a. th. To ask a. o. to keep a
seci'et or a. th.

*^ii)
fi,

^ —

s JaikxJ.^

:UalLi

Attention, watchfulness. Cai-e.

JiU

To

scoop up (sand, a flour) with both hands.
pull

ui.- o

o**

Keeping. Memory. Anger, zeal to Jiv^Cb:'
defend
<>•

To To To

give to a. o. a handful

of.

up (a tree). appropriate a. th. Handful of ^ Xlilj oCii ^ *i«> (sand). Rubbish. Hollow. A little.

^

— A o^*—i^, * —
J

^

skjiij , :tki>

a. o.

or a. th.

Superstition.

j^Q

JJU;:^lj JlL;

hkc
Jijb.

,

False worship. Keeper. Knowing

ihdi-j JJLbi

^

by heart. Conspicuous road.

To honour a. o (God). To make a gift to. To deprive a. o. from.

^

i^j,:

o

U>
s
2f

-tt-

^^p

— —
i^

The Preserver (God). Watchful.

iaM-J\j Ji^Wl
oiiJI Ja^G-

To walk

barefoot.
feet,

tii>j U:^

i

Memory. X^jWI -^^j *ii|U)l The recordhag Angel JiiiiJI dUiJl
of men.

To have the
walking.

hoofs

worn "by

The Angels.
Governor
(of a town).

:ckii]b

OjkiWI
Ja^Gi/J

To show honour

to a guest.
o.

i_j

Jc^\j
oljV>

Army
To be

of reserve.

JiJUili
>li>
i

To To

quarrel with a.
let a. 0.

^Liij V_^j
(people).

jii -«
[

walk
a. o

» «uil^

i>1

copious (milk, water).

barefoot.
tions.

To press

with ques-

To meet

torrents of rain (sky).

— To pour 5Ua: To flow abun—
To mind ^j * —
embel-

To

clip (the mustaches). peat (a question). To bare o's feet.

To

re-

*—

dantly (tears).

ijj -^

To be filled to To apply o.'s
a. th.

the brink (river). jllJi,
self to.

To To To

strive after.

J 1^
barefoot.

take

off.

To walk

pick (a vegetable). To exhaust (a pastui'age).
inquire about a. th. of.^ s

J^i To collect (water). To lish a. th. * —
J^*^i

* jii

To

To leave ( cattle) unmilked. jlij To throng in (people). To be ador-

J.i>-

(
of.

NTY

)
C»>

^

Against, on the subject
of.

Worthy

Fitted for.

t_,

j^ J — J^i^Jj ji

Barefootedness, abrasion of the
feet, hoofs.

Truly. Verily.

'j^^J

^

Shoe.
«jU>-j SjCb^

Welcome.
Barefooted. Shoeless
(

Camel three years old. j:» Upper part of the ann. jua-j jui'i ^ j^
Socket of the hip. Spidei''s
Stone.
box.
<:

;u»

^

vjG-

horse).

Welcoming. Judge. Learned.
a. o. in
5

web.

Importune.

Roimd
Pyx.
small

piece of land. Small

To overcome

u>

o

jv

-s-

Casket

Jlivj jsij j=i

^

dsi

contending for a right. To strike a. o. on the back of the neck.

bos. Calamity.

Right, duty.

:cL.

Worthy

of.

o\ j\

^

-U^l

Truth. Reality. Essence, j/ui. Proper sense (of a word).

^ J::l»^ ^ <iJi

— To realise the fear of. e'JjS To prove a. th. To make a. th. a — necessary. To be sure of. To ascertain (news).

To be

suitable,

neces-

J

jj.j
o.

it

i

Really, in truth. Verily.:a.2ill Jj

^l^

^
ji
j>

sary, incumbent upon a.

True, real. Proper (sense). ^?-2> True. Perfect (mau). Middle Ju. J o^ (of the neck, of the winter). Calamity. Resurrection. Perfect. x3\> Quarrel, dispute. sJb-Jj JU*
Quai-relliug about trifles.
Jiip-Ji

Thou must,
it is

jiiJ o\ thy duty to do.
certain,

dx]

j^j

dX'Js.

To become
necessary.

Hij u>

i

o

Worthier

of...

than.

^ Official inquest. Who is i-ight. Who is wrong.
Merit. Dignity.

^^
oU-2>.j

JjJ jl]
^^J,

To ascertain, to prove a. th. j|^ To render necessary. To believe (a
fti

statement).

^

J~?>i

To

contest with

CjU>j Llui o^*
5'

a. 0. for

a right.

J>sk»
ofiU^J-l.
bill).'
.

^

JU^jr_:l.

Maturity. Due (of a

To obtain (a right) from ^j |jii a. o. To render a. th. necessary. To kill (game) on the spot. To make
a. th. certain.

To be

suppres.sed

^Ij

Cii a ^2i «(year)'.

(urine).

To bs

rainless

To

be unproductive (mine). To convey a. th. in croup

To be ascertained (news). To verify a. th. To render
binding.

jl>j
a. th.
fi>

^

v_i5il

(rider). To perpetrate (a crime). To store up a. th. Sj * ..^kr-llj — To make a. o. to ride behind (rider).

To contend with
a right.

a. o. for

j:ilj o'^j

year.
years.

A

long time. Space of eighty
girdle.

To be tightened (knot). j^J[ To be slender (horse). To quarrelj^l^ together about a right. To become
fat (cattle).

Ornamented woman's
Gu'th of a camel. Long space of
time. Yeax*.

_i^
rr

To be due
To have
deserve
cessary.

(payment).

To
to

de-

js^iJ,).

serve a punishment (culprit).

^j^j

v^=;

^='

a claim to
a. th.

;

*—
a. th.

To render

ne-

Ornamented woman's »_i^ ^ tjl5>: girdle. Amulet. Whiteness at the
root of the nail. Following. Riding behind. Pi-o vision-bag, clothes ^,u^
^„,?c

Right. Truth. Duty.

j^Sal

^ ji

Justice. Certitude. Cattle. Authentic.

One of the Names of God.
•^ Civil

ilii carried behind the saddle. Posteriors.
as.s.^
^

^

court.

J^>.n ^lU^
tijl>j dU>i
di'Ai

Wild

-Cii
^

^

^t

^ <

Thou art i-ight. Thou art wTong.
conjure thee by.

jyi

^1

<>• I

jiu

dJ'd

dU
when
belly.

(

\r A)

J.V

green.

Litter for

Column of a page. women. Paiu in tbe ji>
<•

Belly-fretting caused to

iiiij

horses, camels by their eating earth.
Fertile
tield.
<li>..

To brood a secret hatred towards a. o. To bear rancour to. To fail totally (rain). I^» a a2:i To withhold rain sky). To be exhausted (mine). To become fat (she(

camel).

Remainder of water, miik-

iii>j Sii>

Sown field. Jf'-J' -r ^'»--^ To be broken. Vlis-j u»>i j3>: ^ weary (old man). To sleep. To decline. To walk with short steps. Secret
Impotent, aged

To excite a. o. to rancour. ?j y a2>1 To seek without finding (in a mine). To bear mutual hatred to o. a. jkjfp-i To fail (rain). jOr^i.
oJiSaT^

;a^j,il2>l ^

-ii>;

man
^

hatred. Rancour.

Long-necked

bottle.

Rancorous, malevolent.

^^j
s
\'Jl»i

-wG-

A

kind of pigeon. Exterior angle of the

To

despise a.

o.

or

<fcj

Jo.

^

^K^^

c->»

a. th.

To think

slightly

of.

eye. To be mean, s^u;: o Ji^j \'J^ a j-^ To withhold a. th. despicable. A -STo collect (milk in a skin water To look scornfully at. To Aj y Ji. in a tank). To keep in (urine). To use the diminutive form (of a noun). prevent (bloodshed). To hold a. 0. ft>^ n ^^i-llj _j^\j Ji^\ To administer a clyster to a. o. i — or a. th. to be despicable paltry, To mix various kinds of milk. ^1 mean. To take a clystei". To suffer .,£,I|^ He held himself in UttleiLiJ 4^i CjJ\>i fi'om strangury. To collect in a estimation. wound (blood). Base, weak, vile. J^-^- 3 J^ Clyster. ^2=-' ^ XCii Degradation, lowness. sJ^^J'j cj^ Pain in the belly. Contempt, disdain. Use of the -'isiiJ cX!o-\ ^ X^
i

.-.Ss^

;

;

Suffering from retention of
urine.

^\y.

diminutive form.

Decumbent (new moon).
^3I>:

Mean,
Oi*^ value.

vile,

Stomach.
Collected in a tank

^ XT^

Trifles.

paltiy. -^ Humble. j^j^ Things of small cl^i^siJi

o>i?--»j

(water). Poured into a skin (milk). Milk-skin.
Syi'inge.
X.291AJ ji»-^

Francolin (bird). ollailij ia2:> -51To be curved. To lie on 0|^ o ^J^ the side, with the body bent (ga-

^

Retaining his urine. Tank. Fish-pond. To hit a. 0. on the
loins.

zelle).

To be long and curved
(crescent, ti-act of sand).

^%'J^y

Long
a pain, on the
^sij
'liaHj
l/»--'J \2^

*ii>j

<j_y2>-j i_JU>-J

jU>

I

5f

,_i2>

To

feel

loins.

and winding tract of sand. To be seized with ;iiij >li> a
belly-fretting (horse, camel).

js^:

-S-

"Waist-

_j3^b w ^» wrapper. "Loins, waist. Foot of a

'^

To

mountain. "Waist -wrapper. Pain in
the belly.

S^ij
'>'i^j

•12>

sell seed-produce while in 2 jsGgrowth. To make a bargain for land-labour, on the condition of re-

ceiving the half, or third of the projiit^

Having a complaint of
the belly.

duce.

To show
jl ^^

ears (corn).

To become

jssll

To rub

jt with. To scrape
a. th.

a

^is>^

o

i^

^

fertile (field).

off (gold) with.

Fertile

field.

Corn-crops

J^ ^ ji^

Kitchen-garden.

^
fi>j

(

\y\
-«-

)

f^
the aj,!*^

ejj^'^ -^
» CiiC:
i

To busy
mind

j

ixi^lj lUi-b

ib:

To make (th.) To draw (a

up.
detain.

jX.:^

(cares).'

wick).

To -wrong a. o. -^ To To stir the fire.
J.\^j>^ <•

Wick-liokler.

To be remiss in work, To jp Jfci^ilj Jfci>b

^j^
^fe=i>

i

^5C>
Jfc^>

-H-

To itch (head).» 2Aifj,lj ie*!^ '^l>1j To imitate a. o. (ial&i>j v.!'U>J 'JvVTo prepare to do miscliief. »_, >tX^6t The scorpion ^^jVIj vS^' c-5C4ii
prepared
to do
evil

^
I.

to the viper.

be confused, doubtful to 4- To be obliged to.

a. o.

(news).

{proverb applied,

lo lain

who

strug-

J[ Jfei5»

gles iviUi one stronger

than himself).
^JUj
iliil^

A

voiceless insect.
inaudibly.
Jfevi,!!

jfciai

To speak

j.yS' J.U~i

To rub, to sci-atch one another. To rub o.'s self against. ^
Mischief-maker.
Gulf.

Barbarous pronunciation. ^ Great need.

xU^
o

yi, ii\ia^j CU*
;i&^;

n

To
.^

give

ej 'i^_^^j

(^^

-{1-

Evil suggestions; doubts.

Cj'S'\U^

judgment

on.

Sea-compass.

',^
stone.

<>•

To practice fencing. ^^^ .^ To overtake a. o. (rain, mishap).^' — To judge between (two parties), o^l — To pass sentence in favour U jl J —
of or against a. o.
(a horse) with ^ _^>-'h — a curb-bit. To come back. CS^ o ^5C> To withhokl a. o.jf ^.KJAj Js^i-i To counteract a. o. To be prudent, wise. *iSCv o

White marbled
Jerking gait.
Itch.

dXfei>

To check

Doubt in a point of faith. Xfci> Tooth. X-fC Borax. Itch. iJl^i^i Scrapings. Rubbings. Powder xS\i^i for ophtalmia. -> Itching Pumice-stone. il^TG-.!! _,i> a
Familiar, de23endeDts.
i!lfei.>l

J^ ^^
j;

Rubber. Assayer of gold. Touch-stone.

illfei>

il>^

To practice medicine. ^^»j— To appoint a. o. as governor. To choose a. o. as judge in. J ^fcis^ To summon a. o. 5 ^GTo do a. th. well. To put a * ^^*1
tf"6

To

* 'ifeiiilj

\feii1j

,

Ifcui

a

\fet^

^

tighten (a knot). To be tightened (knot).
fastened (necklace).

To be i^^l. To be convinced.
iSfeuT
i

To come back
origin).

to (o.'s

jfeaaT -«•

ring to a horse's bridle. To teach a. o. (trials). n — To pass judgment j ^Is^ _^;j on.To give a decision without regard
to justice. To have o.'s o^vn way. To summon a. o. to. ^\ ^^>b J^U; To prevail upon a. o. ip ^^S»l To be thoroughly made, ^9-~Jm\

To rely upon To wrong a.

a. o.
o.

it.

jfeisl'lj
\

oTU

To

& (JiZj^

J<Li.

^

ill-treat o.'s people.

To be

obstinate, con(goods).
a. o.

r^C> a Jsk^
^j
fi>

tentious.'

To monopolise


d

< To

prevent

from

jfei>

strong (work).

building on a ground.

To

fortify (a place).
j\isj>\

A —
^ ^SC>
j ,5Ci

Sentence. Authority.

To contend with a. o. i ^TU To monopolise a. th. ^ ^5>lj ^fcw
till it

Order.
"^

Law. "Wisdom. Judgment in presence

becomes scarce.
a. th.

C^

G-

To regret

Jc

_,fei^

of the adverse parties.
•^

Wrongful behaviour.
Ci.

Judgment by default. 'J, Judge. Aged man. .<> Fencing.
Justice.

^SC> ^SC^

Wisdom.

^^

J>i^ Drinking cup. Little of water. _,5C>j Monopolised (corn, goods). J^j ^.J"ijiiJ.fe^^

^

*_iJsls-

Science. Philosophy. Forbearance.

Withholding of corn. Withholder of corn.

\

J).

(

Prophecy. (>• Medical knowledge. To ba inhabited ( place To have weak legs (horse). >U> a I}* Martingale. Ring of cXS~> -r '-^S^ a bridle. Head. State of a man. To feel a pain in the knees. To annul (an y^jj iU-jJ '^^j 3^ Judicial authority.-<>>Government.x^^3i Governor. Judge. o^Uj ^i&u^ ^ ^U oath). To dispense with. To permit a. th. (God). To yS>3 — Name of Mansour, one of !,y\ jX\>i\ the Fatimite Caliphs. legitimate a. th. To expiate a. th. To make a. o. to alight at. '\iS^ ^ ji:~=?^ ^ s — Wise, learned man. Philosopher. < Medical man. To becoma free from obligation, jil To make a. th. lawful (God). a 'j^] •<> Ai'bitration. >r^^ '>^^ To let a. o or a. th. down in.i_, Aj 5 — <)• Compromise. ^^r?^'---" — Condemned (man). To impose an obligation upon a. o.jc «^ ^^SC^iiJI To swear in making an «a-«J j jl»ij Point at issue (m /atf). «j ^^^SC^iill
fi>
ft,

exception.

•<>

Tribunal. Court.
Arbitrator. Umpire.

^G-J^V

^i-^j*

To be loosened (knot). To alight in a place. ^j To occupy (a country army). To consider a. th. as la^^'ful. .A To ask a. 0. to allow a. th.
:

^ijl.
fit

Judging
<>•

I'ightly o.'s self.

_^^-*

i}i^[

^»-^
ciJc;-^,)!

^
[jxLlI^
fi>

Award. Trial. Hearing of a

j^iJ>oi

case.

S^ru^

s

— Law proceedings.
To relate (a fact). To speak. To relate a. th. on
<>

ol^Ti^-iJI

Loosening. Solution of
Dissolution.
-^

difficulties. Js:

Fortifications. oCSCkil'^jc.Ulfe^i-.^^J.l ••
.* \'^i!=*^,
i

Absolution.

Poetry

turned into
oath. Butt.

J^ ^
^i
fit

pi'ose.

^Xi

Lawful thing. Absolution of an

^^
'J^^\

the

authority
JaJ^Uj

of.

Supreme authority.

•^Pure, unmixed. 'jy^]] jt Laxness of the hocks. Pain in the jb:
knees.

Large basket of made

reeds.

:2^

Hamlet. Quarter of a town. Direction. •^ Copper saucepan.

'^ ~ To backbite a. 0. To speak or act like a. o. f^j n — To be alike to. To imitate Aj i SQ. (an action). <>• To converse with. To overcome a. 0. jc J^^ Word, speech. JC^ -^
Narrative story,
tale.
fi^

"^^fe^*-

Nomadic
•^

tribe.

J'^>.

^

Set of clothes.

J>U-j jl>

5-

sl_>

Sacerdotal vestments.

Lawful thing. ( opp. io j,V^i. ) J>U Honest man. J>U ^\ Instrument for winding silk, <

To untie (a knot). y^ o ^'^}^ ^ ^j To remit (sins). To solve (a difficulty). To wind off (cocoons). To unbend a bow), To absolve a. o.
(
-if-

^

To

dilute a. th.

d^

<
Fellow-lodger, husband, wife.
Fulfilling of the rites of the

To alight at. To be come
(colour).
It is

^ j\

fi>

y^j Vji>

i

CJ^

(time).

To come
iliT

off

^

jSU-t

<

time for thee

jiiJ

ol »iu>

pilgrimage.
Orifice of the udder.

to do so.

jj

G-'l

^

J>UI.

To
He

befall a. o. (punishment).
is

\s.

Weak-legged.
Dispensation
a tumour.
-tf

L^ «

'llAi v»

'^\

the right

man

in the

.I'*^

D*

Resolution of

JsUj
'^J'
to.

I'ight place.

Halting-place. Station.
Place.
<•

Ju^ ^

Funeral meeting. Liable

To become free from mari'iage. -^ — — To be obligatory on. jt sJ\J, To become lawful. To be>U
{ i

Inn. Station.

Encampment.
to^^^l.

:ai>

come due

^

(debt).
ice
).

Quarter of a

To melt

(

To

dissolve.

^

cT^
MilkiMg-YOSdel.
*-^^lJ

v'^
._^b:

Fresh milk. Fresh (blood).
Milker.

To startle, to tui-n a. o. out. To be shaken, turned out.

i

jiU-fr
J»Ji?w

Dump

(clay).

i_,^

Milch
CcXinel.

v-',^>--'

v-^*

T *J>>J

v.^J^'^

She-cainel yielding milk.
(plant). Intensely black. o,lU

Mercury
Ivy.

^^liu
inahali'b {plcDil).
^Js^J^

Prunus

Assistant, heljjor.

^
•if-

vW'*

Bulbus esculeutus (plnnl). jUJ^ Chief of a tribe. Mighty.ja.^^* ^ .>:^^ To strike a. o. with vj 5 a >U (a sword). To prostrate a. o. on the J^JVI aj — ground. To apply collyrium to a. o. s —

^

-tt-

Food made of milk and flour. xLii-.;: Emulsion, milk of ( almonds ).,J[ij:i; ifcj s tU To shave (the ci> -Mhead). To pluck (wool). To pay (a
1

debt).

To remain

(on liorsebaok).

To

flog a. 0.

To pi'epare collyrium for a. o. J — To rub off (the skin). it zy^j >U — To bark. a. th. To give J ;iU;j Cyk^ 'yj.j — money to a. o. To become covered with b>U a [^>
ifc

Flake of wool.
Ice. Frost. Hail.

X)-^
c-^l*

pustules.

Pustules upon the

lips.

>(>:

Asafoetlda.

c-i?lij c-ij;
i

To card cotton. Ai Gj> o ^^ ^ To j'ound (a cake). To twist (a ro^ie). To walk slowly. ^J> To walk (the whole night). >U5 — — <>- To limp. To hop. ( for ji> ) To send forth lightning (cloud), ^ji-j To b3 troubled by cares. oj lua J — Distance. ;iU
Cloud sending forth lightning.
Cotton-dresser.

Collyrium for ophtalmia. s^iAij -yi Hair and dirt shaven ::iX>J,j [jit^j S«5iU
off by a cuirier. Ti'oublesome Cman).

;^

sSu^j >U* To milk A C>>j CUj CJ^ i o ^i»: -»• (a female). (>• To gull a. o. and take his money. To allow a. o. to milk s s Jic-^j —
a (sheep).

Currier's knife.

^^
^^^

To come

to the

^J^-i-^b

w-^b ~

Cardiug-macbine. 5r>^''-»j r-U* Table for dressing cotton. otU>»j r-i^ Rolling-pin for dough, ^.j \^j, ^ ^>u. Card. /b ijU o jU' -^ To pluck (the hair
of a hide).

i-eseue (party).

To

remain.

To bai'k (wood). To bs in pangs

To be black (hair). CU a i-.l> To milk in company of. ? ^\>. To assist a. o. s w.^>b ~ To draw milk for. J *;>Ul.j i%-{ ^Jb-I To flow with (sweat ^liJij wS'-J
:

^t
J jJii-i

(heart).

To get ready for. To hold a couvei'sation. To take o.'s due from.
Ill-natured. Short.

^^Ifedb
^;.

body; with tears eyes). To draw milk from. fi> .Ji?-iJ,lj Fresh milk. Date-wine. Tax. Aleppo (to^vn).
:

wi.->l
^Jiii

a

Jlr»[

sjU ^

jl>

Wine. Ji^«'l wi>j j*^' One milking. Horses ^^J >U ^

v'i*
X-l»

Avaricious.
Snail, shell.

Cj/j^

^
-j}-

assembled for a race, q Anchor. Morning and evening. otxiiyJI

To

let

down a

^ilj

,

CJl>

i

^I^

Fenugreek

[plant).

Food given to jlU
^Jj.

continuous rain (sky). To cover a horse with (a blanket ).:>

To remain
place).

in (a

^ ^ijj

,

CU' a ^^>

a confined woman. A milky, evergreen plant much sought by sheep, gazelles.
Storax.

:uUi>.

To apply o.'s self to. J ,_^7j J — To become attached to. n ^^U

Vein on the two
sides of the navel.

oO U

c."

w!

C>.

diL.
Eloquent.

C

\r-r )

,

Middlepart ^Sj^j 'U^^>j Si^^>j of the back of the head.

r

S*'>^>

Sweetmeats. Seller of sweetmeats.
Swaet. Nice. Pleasing,
(person),
-iyS

a Solanum (hdcainara,
deadly night-shade {plant).

;^

S^i

Sweet, kind (word).

Sweet peas.

To adorn

(a

woman,

fi>j

a sworcl). To be attired (woman). To deck a. o. or a. th. To describe a (man).

To gild a. th. ^Jt{ A To b3 adorned Avith jewels. To b3 embellished. Ornaments U^j [^ ^ <;Uj
of (a sword or a woman). Exterior qualities of a ma'n.

ri
Black slime.
Slough. Evil-eyed (man).
sti^j ii>
I

)

>
take a hot bath.
of heat.

'^
*~r*

I

To be black. •^ To take a bath.^^taLi To be anxious (man). To be ;^>l_
sleepless (eye).

Muddy, slimy. To become rancid
(walnut).

ti>

a

c-^ -i^ To

To take

l^sZ.[

any bath. To sweat.

To be To b3
Hot

intensely hot (day).;j^» o c4j^
clear, pure (colour).

Vehemence
It is

'^

c-t^u

his ineluctable

(day).

Very sweet

(date).

c^
c—..*

fate.

FiiTO. Vio'ent (anger).

Sweet

Main

pai't of

a thing.
„ - i
'

(dates). Skin for butter.

To

sink (eye).

To be
(face).

altered

^^

-H-

Fever. Feverish heat. Tertian ague.

»

'

from passion

Ague.

To wink To
ifr

(the eyes).

To turn

A—
a J** -^
o. for.

Intiammator}' fever.
Hectic, continued fever. tj\'^j x)>jS
•^

(the eyes) around a. th.
5 oJ^Pifij la^jsfij -^j.'

Malignant

fever.

jiA-i

— —

praise a. o. for.

To

requite a.

To

praise

God

repeatedly.

^\ j.t^
a;.>1

Putrid fever. Spa. Hot spring.

sij^^

To make a. th. praiseworthy. To deserve praise.
To, find
a. th.

Dark

colour. Fever.
'

:j^

Decree of God.
fi^j

^

or a. th. to be

s

Charcoal, ashes.

^^
xt>-

praiseworthy.

To To

prevail o.'s self upon

\c

o
fit

j^Si^

a. 0. for (benefits

bestowed).
to another,
jj>\^j

Sweat. Death. Pigeon any ringed bird. Burdock {plant).
;

^i;^;
^ii;.j| j^\j

praise a. th.

o.

A

Praise, eulogy. Praiseworthy.

a4.i

pigeon. Middle ^JC^^j oClU ^ z^\'^ part of the breast. Beautiful woman.

Praise be to God

!

^

ji4.t.ll

Him. iJ ii;,^: Aim, utmost exertion. it;.> The utmost of jiij ol i!liC>j iJii;.^^ thy ability is to do. Who praises much. olxl^^j .5\ti
to

Thanks

Choice part of a flock. Fever of horses. Noble lord.
Death.
Tur'-dsh Bath.
oC-U.:*^.^
"^.y^'-^^ -^j

^i;.si

^i;;^

^it^
'J^C^
i^i^

Keeper

of a bath.

Special friends. Choice camels.

Prai.«eworthy.

Commen-

ij'^^j _i-«j^

Hot or

colli

water.

^ \'^ ^
^>k:^

^-e-»

dable (deed).

Sweat. Midsummer. ]\Iidsummer-i'ain.
{plant).
jueQ.^
.^

< Scammony
praised.

Si^iJc?

Relation. Friend.

'1^1

Praiseworthy action.
Pi'aiseworthy.

Sa^.>:

Hot water.

Warmed

^ Xi^>

Much

:>j^.h -^J"

milk. Valuable camel.

The
^ijl Praise ba to

nearest. Black. White.

^^ ^ 'j,^''^\

To say
God!

^i

Ja;^

^
•*(-

Fate. Feverish.

To flay (a sheep). *j ^ |^;>' o To excoriate a. th. To shave (the
head).

^

Anything black. Smoke
Copper-boUei-.

To neigh with a

To become

diseased from

overfeeding (horse).

\y^ a _,«.i To burn with

>Ci.^j yearning sound (horse). Bugloss, ox-tongue
(

^*U.=-'

-i^

plant).

anger (man). To degenerate, to become like an ass (horse). To ride a jade. To speak- Hymia- ^t*
ritic.

Sweet

basil [phuit). a li*

To

call a. o.

an

ass.

To dye

A;

5

To cleanse (a well). * C» To be muddy (water) To become angry with a. o. To throw mud in (a well).

^

~fi>

li^Il

upon the

fire).

a. th. red.
•^

To
red.

cut a. th. iu pieces.

To To To

feign rebellion, rigour.
fight together (cocks).

To

roast a. th.

To bdcome
(war).

To become hot y^\
I'ed.

be angry.

Tortoise.

^

To become

accidentally

jU.»l.

Bravery. Energy (in action). Enthusiasm. Heroical poem. Brave, energetic. Oven.

Inflammation caused to horses j^ by eating too much barley or by
prolonged
thir.st.
_,;.»

u-i*^ Rigorou.s (in re- ,_^G.1j ,jJ:^ ^ ^'J-'^ ligion). Brave. Firm in war. Severe
year.
Unfruitful year.
•li;^^ li.;

Tamarind. Jew's pitch. Redheaded sparr6w.
Choice part of a
flock.

^^1 J^
o'y^
-^

Red

colour.

Red dye
;

(for the

To ii'ritate a. o. ^_j 5 iLl^ o J.^ ^ To stir a. o. To repel (people) in anger. To collect a. tli. To be thin (shank), iiyi^i o J~^j — To become angry *l^j Ci4.» — (man). To become hot (war). To be thin-legged Cii>j Ci-is^ a ju»>
(man).

face). Ery.sipelas

anthrax.

Poun-

ded bricks.
Cj\J>»j j^i->j

J»^J 'j*^ b
ii-on.

Ass. Polisher for

Wild

ass.

ji^'j jv;>j

u^jll ji*>

She-ass, Large rock.

J li^ ^ »>'^

Tombstone.
Ass-driver.

To

collect (th).

To

stLr, to

ij

fi>

j^
tire).

Intense heat.
•(f-

ly^ ^ jC» JC^ ^ SjVi*
«jji>
'\'JC^

a. o. To put To rouse (people). To b3 angered.

anger

fuel

(in

the

Measles.

^i^lfj-lj

^sL:
,

Thin-legged (raan),(_^ii=. a-J^i^b J-^ To be reduced toyj-j Ca4ji o ^.^li^ -S(swelling of a wound). To stop
(swing).
(sweat).

Anchusa, pigeon-foot {plant). Hymiarites (ancient tribe of Yemen. Red. J^ ^ S'j^J.
Gold. Saffron.

JC^
J-

J^'}
c,'^)\

Wine

(meat).

__^»VI

To swing

(boy).

To

be dried

Bloody death.

jjSl\
i. e.

The
fi>

red-faced

the

foi*eigners.'|J,4.»

To To To

extract gently (a straw)
eye.
a.

Severe year. Intense heat. Granada
(town).

from the

roast (coffee) ; to toast
contract
o.'s self.

th.A^t^

Intensely red. Suffering indigestion (horse).

^v**
^>i.*^

To be

^t>i

shrivelled (dry meat).

be reduced (swelling). To ^ja^\ become emaciated (she-camel). Homs. Einesa. town of Syria. ^ja',^>Peas. Chick-peas.^iai-^i-j ^^a^i u^'^,

To

^Sheep stolen by night. <f- Cautery.

^^J_li>

.^

X^y'^'i *-^;?^

*oX>
*.iia6>

Coffee-roaster. Gridiron.

Red. Onager. j/^-i To bite the tongue fi> \'J^ i ji> (acid). To sharpen ( a blade). To impress the mind (speech). To become thick, hard, sj^ o j4^ Acid (drink). Sour (milk). ;'l= Of a lively temper, 'o'j^j il^l) Pungency, acritude. Tenacious.

^

To
To be
or become sour (plant, xSsy^ milk, wine).

fry (meat).

Tij

A tJ^

o

^
a
,.r-^*

To

irritate a. o.
(in reC4.->^

To be rigorous

To dislike a. th. ^i Ca'^ q j^'^ — To desire a. th. ,_i To graze jsU-j Co>Uj Cis'^ o —
,

ligion); firm (in war).

upon acid plants (camel).

— To be courageous. *-.'.lii To irritate a. o. fi>j 2 ,jJ^*'\j ,^* To excite a. o. To heat (a medicine

J^
Garden purslain Out of temiier.
(plant).

«l^JI
a

xli;

To render
acid.

a.

th som*,

fit

j^'-^i^j j-^'„-

u124j^ <^

To lead the way (guide).

yvoll

J fec^

d<^

-«-

To To To
I

discard

a. th.

from.

^^—
j,^
^ j,^

Anythiug small. Lice. Refuse of di^^ men. Lamb. Essence. Guide.

relate interesting discourse, ja'^\ poetry.

turn from one th. to another .^ti-j

To

carry.

To

fi>

C>U^j iU.>

i

Ji^

-»•

Salt or bitter
i

bear (a bui"den). To attack, to charge ic 'H^ (the enemy). To know by heart (a book). Tj fit

plants. Glasswort. Soda.


Acidity, soui-ness, pungency.
Sorrel.
^
I

<Sf^
j^O^'

*i»;4^j

^^^^ ^^j

D Species of citron.
!

show (auger). To relate a (tradition). Pulp of the cedi-at. To become responsible for. i'l;^ ^ — Wild sorrel, To rely upon j^j j i ji^jj J j^^ Dodder (plant).
I

*'

I

Vy^^ J^\X^ _^| ^\^ ^jVi —
»iiu

a. 0. in.
[

Riunex aquatica. water-dock.
-tfI

To incite a. o. to. Sour. acid, ic 5 ~ Peevish jaAp- <" ja^U To become pregnant (woman), y^ — (man). Chemical acid. To pi'oduce fi'uit (tree). Bad-hearted (man). il^l joA^. To load (a beast) s "ii^j y-*i-^ J^ Land ^i>.ij jiii*^j jj:J. ^ Zh^^ Avith. To impose a bm'd'eu upon. full of acid plants. To help a. o. in bearing. To j j;;G. To take oif the iru;c jj^^
j

fl>

fi>

i

.ft-

reward

a. o.

skin.

To

help

a. o. to

carry

a

s

j;^!

To plant a
shade
(

a. th.

tree in order to Sj fi> Jai^i a vine-arbour ). To diminish
strike a. o. gently.
xl»lv^

To take a burden upon o.'s self. To

fi>

^\:^.lj

y^3

jl^J

a. th.

To

endure.

To load

Bottom

of the heart. Sti-aw

beasts for setting off (people). To take <_i; Je. jl o jl ^1 J J>Uj

of Indian corn. Heart's blood. Burning in the LJlUO -l»li»'
throat.
\^''ild

^ -

upon

o.'s self

a painful' duty.

fig-tree.

To treat a. o. unfairly. le — To be incited to. jp ji>ji To bear a. th. patiently. To J^^i '
carry
a. th.

away.

j

— To go away from. To become angry. To be alteredj^t (colour). < To be likely, possible'. forth a fool. To ask a. o. to carry To feign stupidity, s ji^o.!! j^G-J a. th. To be stupid. To act like a jiiJt Portage. Gestation. Jii>1_, ^\'^^ ^ j^^: fool. To be dull (market). To be,
\

^

*-5C>L> Uij-j liU-' o J^j a J»> -STo be stupid. To be dull (market). j^£)| .^^J;^ < To be in a rage. ( for j'^ ) j^ To ascribe foolishness to. fitj s jis: To find a. o. stupid. To bring s ji^l

i

fi>

i

Foetus. Fruit (of a tree). Load, burden. ;J )^>j JC>I

!

worn out (clothes). To become stupid, to
a
fool.
o.

act like ji^.ill.

Lamb. \o'mg
Aries
(

ram.Ji;j,.|j ^j-^l
si'jn
).

^

j^
con-

Zodiacal

Cloud

taining

much

water.

To hold a. Weakness
Rage,
fit

to be stupid.

s

-

of judgment.

Charge at war.
at one time.

What

;Ji;>j

j'^

is

carried iU^^
--j^

of passion. ( for

j^
•u;.

)

ji><.

Transport.

*LXi»-j Small-pox.

^/^J

J;?*»J

J^^J

J^

Porterage. Beast of burden. Tax. Bloodwit. j;^

^-^i

J^J j^i^J j4.>J

JU.>;

-» vJ»-=>-l

^

ji;^-

Stupid, weak-minded.

cT
To
scorn to do
*l«.>.^j

(

^rv

)

Ji)ii»

*->

a
Swoi'd-belt.

a. th.

To become hot
(fii-e,

i54.>j

t^i i^^ a
*j
f\.'^j

^.

Portage.
Porter. Carrier.
i)it>

sun, liorse, iron).

^

Jlij^

To be angered with. To heat a. th. To
excite a. o.

5 xl^

Meek. Beast of burden.

J^
*]^
J-*>
^\s*^^^

<>

Porterage.

Convi-yed. Stranger.

A

surety.

To defend
against.

a. o.

ji

oC'ia-.

Rubbish. Foundling.

Pregnant (woman).

-iC^

To welcome a (guest). To render (a place)
inaccessible.

^
A
t\:

^
?r

Swollen

(river).

Bearer of a

bill.

Basket

for carrying J>*1>> grapes. Pregnant ( woman).

To abstain from. ^^ ^^'j i^'''^ To keep aloof from a. th. J\^j To become black (cloud, J'i*-*\
fi>

Sinews of the arms and legs.
Legs.

J'l^*

night).

Patience. Opinion. -^Likeliness. Jvii>l. Litter on a camel. Bas- j»bt^ ^ J**>»

Protection.

-^

Person under the

*ji;jv

ket for grapes.

< Litter

for the dead.

protectorate of a foreign Power.
Inaccessible. Interdicted.

1^
»\i3.

Caravan of the pilgrims J^U>i ^ to Mecca.
Borne. Predicate.

Ji^
Jji^*

Protective.

Defended. Diet imposed to (a

sickj:;;^^

Wheat
eared.
•^

dust-Loloured and large-;]^^

man).
Scorn. Enthusiasm, zeal.

;!^

Admissible. Possible.
(water).

Ji.S>.J»

Outburst of anger. Strength (of ui>. wine). Wine. Intensity. Flush (of
youth).

To carry

To

Sii>^

J'^*

"^

Venom, sting of seorJ^j cX^ ^ X^ pions, hornets. Vehemence (of fire).
Protector. Hot.
j^u-j
Sl^ai

ba a water-carrier. Clear torrent. Beginning. Black cloud full of water.

J'''^
^'j^i -^

To

twist (a rope)

fi>

The dog. The
•fy-

lion.

^ __^U t^Ql
.,>«^^

strongly.

Defender. Garrison. Rear-guard, jl^u

Lawyer.

Solicitor.

Bellows of a smith. cr^U.* To open widely the eyes and jli.> -Hstare at.
Inner part of
j-!,li>

To long

for her child

Cu:>

i

'ji-

-^

^ jj^^j
uU;.>-j

o^^U-'

(woman). To produce a sound (bow, wand). — To yearn towards. Jl^ — To incline towards. it t\:J-i i!^
i

the eyelids. Small ticks.

Plant of the desert.

^i> -J^ oC»^

To dispel (an evil), A U> o — To blossom (tree) <> To ba rotten ;j\i.
(cheese).

*^1 T

v-.> ''j^j li»j

j^J^ *
relation on

Father-in-law.

Any male

the side of the husband.

To twang (a bow). To compassionate To desire eagerly.
Tribe of genii. Wife. Likeness. Mercy. Prosperity.

Mother-in-law. Any ol^i* ^ Sli^ female relation on the side of the
to pity a. 0.
It

c^j
-.

wife.

]\Iuscle of

the shank.

Hama,

,.

town of Syria. Heat of the sun.
fiij

-^i.

S X^SiJj *ili3;J *s<-^J '^«

;!;>

-if-j

Blessing. Tenderness of heai't. misfortune, -t^ Force of kindred.
I

^Ui Long

To

protect

a. o.

against.

-i>-

To heat
fi>

a. th.

To

interdict a noxious food

i

beg thy mercy.

^^C^j

dac^:

to a sick man.

j

ial.

(

^rA)
-H-

To

incline a. th.

To

^

lij^

i

^JaT

Plaintive wind. Yearning desire,

o^.:^

twist (a rope) strongly.

To To

incline. To be stUl. on in looking back.

To

huri-y ^jil

incliue a. th.

To conceal

a—

(ne'ws).To pronounce indistinct speech.

Compassionate. Moaning wind, o^i^ Woman remarrying for the sake of her children. Tender-hearted. Sympathetic. o(l>^ Conspicuous road.

Root, origin. ^J,. To sink in the head (eye). J^^ -^ To cut open the throat to. ? — Larynx. {See _,«.). jy>^i '"'J-^ Head of the haunch. ^«*^J ^j^>- "S•^ To prance J?J^.o ibtL^ j?Ji -•
(horse).

The

All-merciful (God).
of a proverbial cobbler.
ojiii

olxiJI

Name

cn^
;.{

He came back vnth empty hands.
[Merciful to.

"Jiu

jc ojac^
-Ji-

To

hop. a

To

dance.

To

be intensely dark

^'j^5i

^j^

-»-

To be weakened by a fall. Vei7 dark night. ^^(^^ ^ tr-^
(night).

To be green (field). tlsT a l'» To dye (a. th) red. a *i^j '^:9=^ '^ Te be dyed with henna. l^^j \!>i Henna. Laicsonia 'ts-^-^j 'U»;
inerrais used as a red dye. Arbute, strawberry-tree. ^^Vl
'ILoJI

Lotus. Sweet

trefoil. jyjj>j

J^lui
^'^li
i

-S-

Veiy short

:

dwarf.
5_, it iSCJJj lii^

^

Lichen.
A?ic/a<s^ tindoria, alkanet.

^j^
y^i

u^
-Ua.

To roast
lamb
)

(a

with

heated
:

Jsi -« stones. To

Indigo-plant.

scorch (a traveller To make (a horse)
to sweat.

sun).
jf

Withy-tree.
IjLla^

liCj^j

Privet (shrub).

To be curved
lying in
jjj>iz,\

^^j.Cl

a w-J^ -^

To promote sweat by
the sun.
Intense heat.

in

the backbone (horse).
age).
(old

To bend

a. 0. (old
slUai

Sun.

iCb:
(

To be bent, crooked To feel pity for.

man).

^>j
it

Roasted

meat ). Heated (water). Perfumed ointment.
build (a vault).

i^
i

To

A

\'J^

^

Bent with age. Having curved bones (horse).

^!iji

-^

To

Vault.
arch.

Crown of an J U^j ^^ ^^ Jjx^ Bow. Carder, instrument used
in the thick
C-IsT

dance. To jump (man). To JlII^ -Hwalk. To clap the hands. To laugh in conversing. To play (boy).

for dressing cotton.

To remain

a |_p4>

-S-

of a fight (warrior). Godly people, To hunt (a beast). ?_,

^^jJ.
>6>

CiL:

i

j^}^

^
-

eat French beans. To put ^ on a fur-garment. Stout and big-bellied. Worn out j'J^ shoe or skin-garment. Fur. Sea. Flowers of the Egyptian thorn ( aca-

To

j^

To deceive a. o. To drive To anger a. 0. To bite a. To remove a. 0. from. J.
Serpent. Viper. Insect,

a. 0.
0.

away.
\j

cia vera). Fruit of the lote-tree.

One

(snake).

of the four orthodox Imams.

S

JJs.

jiuil

^ ju»

Jaiallj Q»_^ Ja^ * mature (wheat, fruit-tree).To become white and mature (shrub called o»j). To sigh. To become red CJaI> i —
,

Any game To become

of the chase.

French beans. jiiai Following the rite of Hanbal. j"^^—^ Green jar. Colocynth- ^JU^ ^ tree. Black clouds.

To To To

violate (an oath),

j

iSj*

a

incite a. o. to perjury,

avoid

(sin).

(skin).

Sin. Perjuiy.

oC>>1

^ ci^

To embalm
person).

(a dead

» iali Ij Js!>

Perjurer

;

violator of an oath.

^J^

Place^ occasion of sin.

oiU^ ^

c^«

To rub the palate (of a beast). To debar a. o. from. To bring a turbaa under the
chin.
fi>

»

iUi
clAii«j

To

die.

To be embalmed

(dead

L^ali

» iLI>1

person).

To consume a country <iJci>[ jj (locusts). To take the mastery over a. 0. To take the whole of a o.'s property.

To be embalmed ( dead person). l,*ij To be angry with a. o. J i^^j To face death. To be angry. ia^J.\ Wheat.
Buckwheat. Art of embalming. Aromatics used for em•^

To

eat much after having duia-1.1. eaten little.To be pulled up (root). Soundness of Sfeiiaij dlds^j iUai judgment. Experience. Palate, lower-jaw. Part i)L>1 ^ di^:

balming. Dealer in wheat. 'JatJ-j ^L>Wheat-seller. Fruit of the Ja;G>spurge. Fruit-bearing (tree). Intense
(red;.

beneath the chin. Beak and blackMouth. ness of the raven.
•<>•

He bears rancour
towards me.

'Jj^

ia^ilJlj JaJU- 'yi

(iUi>t»j

liUat^j

liUst^j

(iL-^j

til.;*

Bridle, head-rope.

Taught by experience. iUk^ j
Owl.

,

tiiiai

^
o

iJUs-

^> ^
^
Xj

z^ «U*
-H-

Colocynth [plant). To lean on one side. To be crook- ^jil^ o
legged.

JkU^j
Csia^
w-'ii»^
,
i

jiiiji

-ft-

^ji>

-ik-

Oil>r

a

^ifa^

To bend

u*

i

j^sij

,

Iji.:

(the back, a

stick).

To

twisty (the

arm). To make a bow. To remain affecJ.»!lj,lji> o t^ tionately with her children Avithout remarrying (widow). To lean to.
ic.

To To

distort (the foot).

fi>

^j^
wi^i

act like a Hanefice.

To be

cirumcised.

God's service.
ship of idols.

To devote o.'s self to To forsake the wor4

To To To

bend, to cui"ve
feel

a. th.

A ^^
,>>-Jlj
is.

^

To do

a. th. accurately.

-

be bent, crooked.

J>i-j

Bow. Razor. Chameleon. Tortoise. Sea-tortoise.

sympathy
c.Aiij>

for.

J,ij

Shop. Ta-

^

CjJ\>-j

,

T^S^j

SUU

Sincere Moslem. Short.

'\j^ ,

vern. Vintner.'

Shop-keeper. Vintner.

"j t._j

jj\^

Crookedness, curvature. ^Co-j Any curved '^j '^j -t^] ^ member, as rib, jawT Ci'ooked.
Side.

^

yji.

Boot-maker. Straightforward One of the four orthodox Imams.

'I

The Hanefites
</

[un.

'j^
"

)

jllilj lliii

M'ater-tap.

*—c4^
•lii;

Bow

of a saddle.

'\:J>\

^ _^

Crook-footed.

^ ^^\

Intricate business.

Wine. Wine-merchant Vault. Bow.
Croock-backed.

Bowed

(structure).

Sympathising with.
ding of
(a sin).
(a valley).

jp ^}Js J^l

To enrage against, jpj ^ (5::> a j^ -i^ To spread forth its awn (corn), jiall To bear rancoui'. To become lean (beast). To be fat (camel). To enrage a. o. s ji^ll Rage. Rancour. ju> ^ j^
Enraged, angry.
^

j^j
1

jii
-il-

To
o

bridle (a

s dliral j

,

vWi

i

o

wliv'

To commit
To

^

CUj C_^j C>:
cj'y

v^

-J^

horse).

chide a camel by the }—>'_)> or i._)jf>

»_)^

To understand To fasten a. To chew a. th. and rub the
palate -with
it (child).

th.

^

vit^i

dxl^j

To pursue
course.

a sinful

'Q^y>[

^>>^

To

teach, to break a.

o, (trials,

age).

^^
To To
drive (a
2f

C

\i-

)

^J^
abstain from crime.

seize a. o. repeatedly (fever).? ijii.

To

To pray

^^y>b

V^Sj

,

('i>i o iV»

-S-

earnestly.

beast) quickly.

To lament,
Gi'ief.

to express grief.j_,^iJ,lj

To keep a. th. -witb care. i* iu To gather (o.'s clothes). To walk y^\ quickly. To pare (an arrow). To
trim (verses). To overcome a. Back. Styrax
o.

Sin, crime, fault. ij^j

-h j>j v^'-J ^'i^ Distress; affliction. «_j^j y^'y^-

Maternal
side.

love.

Want. Wife.

ti,^

Relationship on the mother's

o^j —
vt

To gain

ip

i^i^(_^

Need. State.

the mastery over.
(tree).

Soul.

oljij^

'^.'j^
-ft-

iuT ^

iG-

Having

little

property,
:

little charge /«Y Nenuphar, water-lily.

iUJ! .j^i light-backed.

To fly about, jc ^^~i'jij C>i o obTo prowl about a. th. (bird, beast). To take counsel with. To s ojG.
entice a. o.

oli>*

Coachman,

driver.

Csi^

Quick in work. Clever manager.tsi}>1 To return. To go down Kj'yi- o jG- -J^
(mouthful).

To circumvent To dissuade a.
Fish..
fish.

a. o. by.
o.

^j 5

from.

cA

^

— ~

Large

To b3

unsaleable (goods).
jiT

Cjl}»'b *^}^J *^^:^ 'rCjj> Whale.Pisces {Zodiacal sign).
oVill-i Cjjy-

To

be perplexed (man).

Salmon-fish.
oJJ jG-

°

He passed from abundance to deficiency.

Fomelhaut, star in the Pisces.op-JI Surname of the prophet o^JI ^^U*
Jonas.

v

He does not increase

j^^ C»j j_jiij C» nor augment. To have its white 'j'y>-\i lj>» a ^_^ and its black strongly delineated
,

Cheater.

clj^ °
fi>

To

scatter the
(

oG-l

o^

-Ji-

earth

horse).

To move and

scatter

(eye).

To

and spread »j A jyi(dough) with a i^oller. To whiten
prepai'e

a. th. To search To extract a. th.

(the ground).

cAj

i1j\>-J

z^^ <-^J

•—'>

'•

(cloth).

To

disappoint a.

o.

(God).

To

He

left

them scattered
liver.

cauterise (a camel) around the eye.

about.

To

hold a eonfeo.

5 'jlS*J aj^Gii jjG-

Vein in the
•^

rence with a.

To return (an answer). A SjG-l jG-l To give (a result). To hold a conference together. jJUj To be intensely white. y^\ To question a. o, jGei.^', Quarter of a town. oljG- ^ SjGjf

Over hill and dale, up cjjj <zj'^ and down. Liver and the surrounding part. Hj^ Fat woman.

To

need,

Jl^^C::i.|j ^;^1_}

,&->> o ^G-

-K-

to require a. th.

Street,

-fy-

Large house.
j_pi
j'^;.

Deficiency. Perdition. Result.

To lead a. o. astray from. To put a. o. in want of. To seek a. th. wanted, -^ To

^ ^ ^yi
s ^'j»-'\

^^7
^^aJ

Ox. Whiteji^^ ^ leather. Poplar.

<^j ji;^^

^

j'yi

purchase goods (merchant). Destitution. Need.
Necessity.
1

White

poplar.

i/ jj
tj^-j,^ "

Jyi
-)>>

•<
""^

Black poplar.
Aspen-tree.

^_,i^l j*p-

Brand. District of Syria. Answer. _j^j

olj>>
jl3»_,

do not Vj 'G.]^ *^ J, G W^ant. ?r>?.'S*'-' >^VG-j 7rj>-J k'^ «• *?''* Need. Affair. Natural want. <>• Clothes, things.

Want. want it. -G-y

*G->^

jl^
Jl>-'

Luggage. Enough.
-x^^K
o iG-{^

Young unweaned
camel.

oIjj^j Sj^l

W

Chalk. Tuff, sand-rock.

s'jI'**

••

Want. Poverty. Need. To turn away from, ^i- iS^ To shun a. th.

.

]e>f

(

^t^

)

Jupiter (planet). Intfdlect.

jy.

^ y^^S

To track
collect

(a beast)

into a anai'e.

To

Fair and black-eyed.

aud drive (camels).

To

collect a. th. -^

(money). To pick To incite a. o. to. To remove from. To feel shame at. To be
of her husband (wfe).

To spare *_, » ^_;i^> up. To park (cattle).
it

Fair black-eyed {iift-^j^yi)-^j j'\-]\ jy>. women. Houris, nyinphs of paradise.

J jijUJ'^j'o

White White

;

of a fair complexion.
•>

CJj

}»1

Hour.

White

clay,

<s'jty>

^
forlorn

whiting.
Disciple of Jesu-s-

^^

oy'j

1^ ^
iWji

Cf j

I}*

Christ.

To be tracked

(Vjeast).

To

be

yiuil.

Iron pin of a pulley. Ringjj

^

j^k^

collected (camels).

of the buckle in a waist-belt. Rolling-pin. Axis of a sphere. Axle-tree. His affairs are unsettled, o'jj UJi cJ^

To be frightened away. ^i — To encompass a. o. ic j-i^j Jr-')'*\ To track (a beast) one party to s —
another.

Return. Decrease. Litter. Cavity SjU^
of the ear.
Shell,

mother-of-pearl.

Enclosure for oUo^j tr'S*^ « J''y* cattle. Court-yard. Back-yard if- Cloister (in a convent). Hamlet. Rabble. j.'yi. <• Holy week. ^bjl W^i -• Cause of shame. Relationship. iL\'^
Friend.

Palate.

Conference.

S^'y=:i

»JJ^

Crooked stick. To gather <* jUal
a. th.

jU^
\j
,

sju* j 0>> o j*^ "^
o.'s
self.

Grove of palm-trees Hot-tempered (man).

To take a. th. for To possess (an estate). To brace strongly (a bow). To drive (camels) to water
gently.

fi>

j\>

s

j^j —

Odd

(expression). Unsociable

'j.-..j_-L

(man). Dark.

To sew up To
flutter

>ft

(a garment).

To

ii>U* J C^V <>»i> repair (a skin).
a. th.

^

around

Jj^

< To be
To To

anxious, restless.

^u.
a u^*^
^ t/^jW

To frequent a. o. 5 jjG*. To writhe and twist about j^ (serpent). To turn aside (man). To part one from the other. jjUi To fly away (from the enemy). juJi^ Side. Seat of a king. Nature. %y^
Grapes,
Solitary.
-fy

To have an eye contracted C?^»
in its outer angle.

Enclosure.

Fenced place.
the
ger. Black.

Styrax

(tree).

j'^

look at

a. o. fi-om

Good mana-

i^j,^»b '^'xi*
j^i

corner of the eye.
act cautiously
in.

j

i/»ii3.t

Space. Spot.
Heart-alluring
(evil).
/bj 5
i_»yu!l

Stitching far apart. Colic.

u^'j^
^\'^3-

'Jy^

Wooden

instrument for sewing.

To

search.

To

C>i

o

^\>
(

^

Girth-strap.

*-iU>

Narrow- ^j^Aj

^y ^
,

•Usj*^. tr'>>1
Jabtank.
J»}r>lj

prowl about. To rove amongst sheep wolf).
:

the

To

J»^J C3>:^ collect (water). To build a To make a tank j^'J,az.)j
u^>5>lj
for o.'s self.

*

-J^

To be brave, daring. To assume courage. To be detained.
Misfortunes, calamities.
Society, acquaintances.

C-]^> a ^j^y*

u-S*'

^^iJ,)^

-

^^ vj^
X^'^
••

To

collect (water) in

a tank. j^3^J,l_

Want. Booty,
Relationship.

S-l^
'^I'jy*-

Watering- j,u» J

j=\'y>\

^ j)\> ifj j^yi-

trough. Tank. Dock. Basin.

To guard,

to protect a. th.

Night-walker. Herald at war. Bold, undaunted. Unsatiable. Wolf.

u-l'*^
tr->»-'

^^ ^

C

\iT

)

fJ-

A

female

•^/j>'j
plant).

Cj^S> t

*^,'»

weaver. Purslaiu

To protect. To surround a. th. a J,^ To make a wall around a. th. To
enclose a. th. (in a wall).

(

> Colour.

Shape.i)^
i-TU/^

Weaver's shop.

To be

finished,

"^jy^j V]^> o Jb-

-tf-

elapsed.

state to another.

(bow).

To change, to pass from a To become crooked To shift (person).

To To To To

monopolise a. th. be destroyed. try to circumvent

ip JjG-lj
<,

i,^
Ja^t
l,G.1

a. o.

i yj\».

encompass

a. o.

< To

be(a

^

siege (a place).

To block

country).

To be barren (female). i)yL»j Vj^ — To produce every second year (ti'ee). ~ To intervene between. oy, *ij^ To be elapsed ovei" a. o. (year), jc. — To leap and seat firmly J J^lj —
on (horseback).

To have a thorough
knowledge
of.

CJLp ij J»u1

To take care of. To encircle, to hem a. To be on the watch.

jt
o in.

l»C:il_

<.^ —
^i^'js.

^—
ia'^

To withdraw
compact).

(fi-ora

a

Vj^ —

Wariness, prudence. :JalSj Bicoloured string worn as an amulet. Silver-crescent.
Wall. Garden. JsCo-j olL.* Tax-gatherer in a village.
Wai'iness.

To shift, to remove to. J[ — To use deceit. *Lo-J ^^^ ~ To squint (eye). V>.' a J^ To change a. th. into. To J{ J^ give a new shape to. To convey
fi>

?- JaJli-

ig\'y^

Means

of success.

J»Ci>l.

By way

of security.

Execution by
security {in

way

of

iai^\\ j^aI, Jp "j^U^I J>>>

4-

a. th. to.

laio).

To sow
year.

a land every second

J^JVI

Year of dearth.
Enclosure, fence.

^^j
A j^j

^^sCj J»jiu
l,(i.;

To make (the eye) to squint. * J^lj — To render a. th. absurd. J^ ^ To alight from a horse. J^ To turn away (the eyes) from. •^ To send soldiers to a. o. lp J^ — To alight fi-om (a carriage). ^ To endorse (a bill) to o>U y^\ —
fi>

The Ocean. To put a. th.

iu»4JI>JI
,

^

Gy o

oG>-

^

on the side of. To surround a country (rain). To curtail a. th. by the
sides.

A a

^

o^

o^

Leather-belt. Litter. Skin.

^-j^
oliiaJI

the order

of.

Two

veins beneath the tongue.

To desire a. th. * Vl>>j iJjb-.'' JjliTo seek a. th by deceit. To look fixedly at. J _pi3l — To be one year old. To say Jii.') unconsistent things. To have barren
camels.

Side, border. Destitution. c,Aib- ^ ;sU. To encompass a. o. ^^ CjJs^ o Ji> To sweep /a house). To rub and a —

-tt-

polish a. th.

To hold unconnected speech to a. o. To efface ( a word).
Crowd. Sweepings. Broom.

it

J^

To spend (one year) in (a To hold absurd talk. To
be one year old
(child).

place),
Vl^>l.

o—
J^^l

iJj^j J>:

xjl^
Jj,'*^* ?r

^^li^j

iJ^t*
i)U.

To

transfer (a

j^ ^Ijj Juri-b Jb-l

To
weave

A ISL^j ^'^j (^>'o
(

*

debt) to another.

a

garment

;.

To

compose

To hold a. o. to be weak. it — (poetry). To make (plants) to spring To fall upon a. o. with (a whip).^., jJit up (rain). To transmit (an affair) to. To distinguish a. th. ic A — f)^ -^ To shift from oneji. ^i sy^o J^j To weave, to knit a. th. iiis -^ to another. To leave a mark upon (sword). J i)ii.j — Weavei". ^^fei^j xTu ;p iJui->-j wUU To go from (a place) to. Jl ^^
. .
. .
.

i^jl^lj ijj^lj . To coil it- Obstruction. humbled.> '^>>- ~ (o.* Good sight. To use deceit. s^ Of a dark green 'yi. Collecting.5— anothei'.^ \s^ -S- Actual. Around. Cushion put Gl^ ^^ 4»> around a camel's humpCollection of houses close together. One year Sljs^j '!>> -J \'y> ^ 'J >^ Shrewd. Black mud. time. il* lUUiV * ~ (giving advice). To — o>>. May God keep 'U/'>-j *iJ.jr3. V-y^ Immediately. nonsensical.y^j guts. 5 J^i. Dark green or dark red colour. Ti'ansfer.is. no doubt about it. J^j J)>' jj G. More •if skilful. th. sight.^l ^ (m. -JG. Thick of a fight Crystal.V c^ pulley. J^ J^ ^ -v^ ^ JS>b J^' cfiy^i ifi'y>i d\'y>- To grasp a. Bundle. In front of. artful.se. of main oC-^s^ The changes As soon as.7 l^.^ij J}i. cunning. G-^j JG-j: *JGfc» Good Water-wheel. ^ Mj* > c?j»1 colour. perish. V SUi a To be conspicuous (road). Jl^ XJI}:^ self (serpent). To say to a. To enter in possession forcibly. *i^1 ^ 'I3* Altered jJi. Ability. To encompass a. Hot ashes. -^ Impossible. To include. more JI>lj J>«-'1 F . To prosecute a. carefully. Large Jj ^ — . There is neither ^b H\ S^ Vj Jj> V might nor strength but in God. * {j. C M To seize the opportuuity of t^ There It is is Middle of the back. to comprise To preserve a. our first mother.l.s3»j iJ^ a c^vu Jl>>l . Full. v Around. Ham.^* J^stil. -^ To be transubstiated (element). Ju>i •^ Impossible. ^^1 sS*y>^j The vicissitudes iiv^j _^a)l oV^> of time. '&'i S'^] iL'G-j. Sound. obstacle.JfJ State. 0.^^ Ji'^j in colour. J^ j' J«^ ~ To pass from a state to Jb. JjUj ••j VCi^l Ju>. Artful. To become crooked (bow). sight. Small pond. 0.^j Di. il^ J^>. Jb< He committed suicide. To To be. '1<>' JCo.^ ili> be or become of a dark green. Skilful. Crooked. To be contracted. circumstance. -Ji- pursue (a design). To hover round about a. (God). There is no escape from it. old (beast). th.^ ^ Fraudulent bankruptcy. iJu. Keen ij^_.^ Absurd. 0. son of Noah. < One's self. To be tljirsty. ^sy> Change. unavoidable. To be absurd. Side of a valley. part of the sea. Jj^j ^ J>^ Power.spicaity. Art. A dark-coloured vegetable. present. circumstance.^ 1)1 Jl^^j Jb-JI oVG>. J^j — Removal. Perspicacity. M^ To gather a. shrewd. To CG«3>j C«^ o >«G. Barren (female).*JCa^|^^>iji^ •^ Check. (bird).-^Soldiers sent to a debtor. Ability. Perspicacity. To squint (eye). th.. JUaJ Jl^. th.'s people). th.j ij|^ i ^s'j^ ^ To get possession of. til. ^— To keep a. alive /bj 5 . Endorsement. j ^ ^^ ^G*>ji *)^1j Ji. load. "Worthy possessor. jtj A 6'^\ Money-order. J^ Strabismus. State. Absurd. Winding To live. Go-cart. noi. . opposite. * of a. ) Jb. /. To long for jp C»j^j '^^~»-. To (i>5>lj — preserve a. Ji^ Absurd (speech). th. oi\°y> Sedentary (man). ?uk — To be ashamed of. at once. o^j jjVGCjb. Eva. Ji. ^^ Intestines. ^\a. To become Sy»-\ green and luxuriant (land). Per. Serpent-charmer. a. Year. ^ ^ iJ. Squint-eyed. 'BUI of exchange.

To ap- proach the age of c^ o^. 0. M^: Heavy motionless Animal (being). To 5 Ijjs^i j^ jiti -ft- Vital. th. Wischie-oUi ^ filled with water ^ jULllj vous man. face. Abundance. To be perplexed. i sSs^j -^j ? alive. clouds. that. C Wj oiUtj Duratiou. <>• jni. To urge (camels). o. To roll up (snake). t^^'>" 'i> Garden. Evil look.iiV tinguish truth from" falsehood. ^L-a Come bowl). Belonging to a tribe. 0. Rib. Quarter of a -CjII ^ 'J. The planets. ^^^ jlU-j j^ ji^ :C>- bloom -^ Sei'pent. Bring us such a one. Animal. Children's food. of coarse. Security. (God) A U 5 Thorn.. -tf- Greeting. Chaste. bashfulness. at the place where.j oST -z In respect •tf- of. To veil of.^<J' «Q:»- oJ J Ahve. town. ^^1^ ^ul i spend (the night) awake. Perplexity. (place).. Thorny plant.^ SijLil>j l-Ua^j To find the earth) fertile. (of animals). horned snake. Ii^l»-j "i'-ii^} ^G.Wherever. Garden. To draw lines. Kaot on the horn of a mountain-goat. Alive. aside. Shy (ass).3^ -r Cerastes. Sempervivum. Pebbles thrown aside by the feet of a beast. Enclosure. To be To be confused. as. th. tuate (water). To become destitute. To fertilise the earth. At any rate. To lose the way.st. To put a. Fertile land. C M1 ) thee alive To greet a. To fluc- her face (woman). J — '^-^ Countenance. To be motionless (cloud). Knot on a horn. To J s — ^ ^ ^ P {plant). To cut (a skin) in slices. 2lu> Proud demeanour. <> To To shun iSu^j sojlki JuG- a. Plant. It does not matter. To be in its jV^tLllj — — Solanum Viper.. ^ A^y^i jti-j S*^^ j(>. •^ So. Jilij Xft to prayer! l/-j <il and ^>j whirl round (water). i^^Colj i^jtc* Male serpent.. ( plant). 0. ophite. Protuberant j^j iCallj i^> ^ -u=: part of a. So. Rain. To let a. s ( : — To tarn aside from. \^\ ^j sC>-JI sCii Tar. To enliven (the fii-e). * jua: To feel ashamed To shrink. Place of life. 0. sSj^ii-JI ^\'^S j\->-~Li Way leading to the desert. 9-'^ "^ \»CJTo produce thorns (ground). ^ if. fifty. Tribe. in the bonds of life. To quicken (the dead God).: J^ Whereas. j?. subdued by (country). beast.'Cii Vulva Life. a/^^k ^c*-"*^ ^ J^jj -r v» -ij^ uiOj>j olj>>^ 'S'J^ j^ olSn* Serpentine. To have a fertile land. Because. To A C> Ij - Respect. i -ft- Ola^j Ij1> ii* To stray from (the road). (youth). Pudency. He cannot dis'^\ ^j> ^11 J_. To nourish ( a child). j^ . 0. To call out to prayer i (crier).U To be perplexed in. CsJ> . Cistern.J' r- a. -whenever. relation. To spare a. Perplexed. everlasting ^)u. The lion. Life. To be Cllnij l^j e^»-j Oi» a jV^ -ttdazzled. To be overrun. streaks. drive (camels) gently. To be partial again. Modest. To become full of (food collect INIake haste. To put (a child) to blush. Life-time. abstain from. To pei'plex a. Repentance. Dominion.

Sometime.^ 'Ol jal».j»-J Rainless (land).\ Wine-shop. to grudge a. o. To cut (knife). o. The time comes for him to. oX^j look for an opportunity. -<> What a pity What a *ai is. CUjCj tj J^>J U-: To be unavoidable for a. Effects of an evil deed befalling jj. jUi Jt ^ Upright. Bad business. be in heat (mare). unsuccessful. a (rope). cr-jc*^ To impress a. To be fit to be reaped (spike). • To a. To take a. (punishment).-fr hand ( season )." Slave-born. o. o. (an evil) to befall a.A^. to a What a loss 'c'^ C o^s- ^ ^\ For a time. standing. Patch added shii't. ^ i i\» Mens- 7jaj\3-j. (>»:»^ To mens(acacia). CCo^l U-. sura. to be at *j^£>j Iu1> oU. (sword). To s Jli. To Cii> i j. ^' j' c-iis^J Strength.j^ ^ oW remain in (a place). \. c. Then. To o. ^ i]U. Death. o. »Ua. To J*** "^ flow with gum i fixed times. Once a day. To experience a trial.\^ shrink in fear. Escape. To To frighten a. Water jyj. <• To V_^> Jb. J^'}>- To To To To To appoint a time to a. render a. (speech). th._a> Meal of dates mixed with butter ^^J!^ and curd. To come. To mix /b i He •waddle. the doer. ili. destroy a.: |_. o suiTOuud. c:\>CiS. 6\-> To come down upon (the body : Foolish mity. o.tlj ^'-^^-'J ''-^j* truate (woman). Opportunity. (God).'s self (in clothes).j JColl ^ jl* stagnating in the bottom of a valley. o. cj\ il oi» To appoint a time to a. 3 j. Side of a mountain. th. xi:» Flock of goats. « hasten.^ towards. uP»^ To act wrongfully (ii^ \ jU. To To hate. Sometimes. k_. j iJlVTj — To wound a. o. j — . To wrap o. o. ^^-^-ti -^c*: shame Side. a. To penetrate sword). shelter. To cause t_» * aJ\>[ J\>\ To mix. Oi»i be unsuccessful (man). th. to overcome. from the side of* Injustice. Perdition. Menses.'>\'^ . give vent to Avater.i> Time. (La. is on the brink of ruin. awhile.! ! C M» ^ ) <jf line. Foolish. -it- To turn away from . to CVfeuij <k:> i jCal'i ^ j^. o. Trial. To endeavour or to deceive Ornamented waist-belt.>1 rr '^> truating (woman). Gala- Jl^^ *jJG>. iJi* -« To flaunt. To milk (a she-camel) on » cAij — i Fearful. stupid. ^ a. -«^ i To be frightened. ja. ! time. 0>Si>j ^\>j oG». Edge of a stone. i_.^i \^ay^i oLLI* 4_il»j \-^>^jabJl^j i ur»t> . Tyrannical. at that time. To twist Streak. Till.il_ To be changed. space of ca-juI ?ri». ii^ ' roimd 0. until. Ce'C-. oC.\a. Cli^j (>»d*^ to shun a.^ Ci* tr-^ "^ dates with curd and butter. woman.

Clouds. To become «--'<*' flaccid.j Sd. To become lean after fatness.^^. '4.:i. Depressed (ground). To corrupt. A JJ^ To ask news from a. uj jl A 5 -rjilj -^l^ To bring news to a. soft trot. to try a 'o'j\i. ^U-U Hs To ui Liproperty. o-k--^l — To deem a. (> 'j^ U . Deceiver. To till the ground for a share a _. to To amble (horse). In secret. hidden. Ambler (horse). tli o d-ji 5jV'-i. th. th. To be Avicked. Rag. Urine and excrement. Malice. of its produce. CUij C^ — liilj Cij Co-ij Ci — . wicked man c^ [only used ij Bottom ^\J^ ^ wcked woman. mischievous. To find jt Vjr^ "^ v^ Commotion of the sea. excellent she-camel. oj^-^ To affect wickedness. oUliVi X. Humility. tatters. To show wickedness. to corrupt a.u. of. \j(i.J1^^ ^ jSi \S ickedness. o. j J^~. Abomination.*>* «• *^-'^ Concealed. Rain-drops. -^ To manage (an affair). c^ duij c-lX Tract of . Deceit. k^ t \!it>Ij *~S-» Large jar. ^C. Foul. ^^^ To rage.i^^ > Wild artichoke. ^jS- Amble. Impure Impure. Seeds put in store. to teach evil to a. abominable ^n'^ actions.i> ^ To be crafty.j Any thing lo be contemptible. Slice of meat. Deceiving. 0. Allay. Ci.'s tall (plant). — Jewish rabbi. herbage.'s self. *^ -^j tsii -^^j -L-i To know. To inform a. o. o. Ragged garment. V a ti s « a. dash (sea). 5 — To impute wickedness to a. th. Lowliness.i \s\i. Plants. to a depressed — ^ ti-. 0. VI tLi'\. ~ (language) bad.i1 knowlege Secret mark upon an ^ 'C>. Hidden thing. ^K^ -STo abate (heat).. <>• To have the bowels relaxed. — 5 kJJ>- 5 1^1 nions.? To be fully awai-e of. bad.! JV* ( Ul ) C To humble o/s self before (God). 0. Hypoci-isy. Oii v'S* . vat. 7l'J.sand. oCi-ij Gl» o d4* unproductive (land). To be deceitful. Ji_ Depressed tract of Cyiij oCil yr land. 0. mischievous. affinity. food. a Li j ^ To fiV'4uent bad compa- o^'j — To^sink down (in the sand). To A bi-lj i\'^ <>• -(fS) %i-j Scoffer. ^Ci-j Lij 1<^ Bark of trees. w^ Xili- To become defend o. Iron-dross. Hidden treasure. ^^i-j To act wickedly. conceal a. food). ZM f/te oCi C of a valley.^ -){- .clij ^r Relationship. To propose an enigma To conceal o. *li . Hiding-place in a house. To deceive.j oCilj 'Ulij c-ii^ ^ ^i-i Mischievous. — "Lit'U :l. Abominable (talk. a. To make (a horse) to amble.^j U-. vocative). ju-i To come land. Pernicious thing.^\j — To give mutual information. To heave (stomach). vW^^J -rl^'V^J vr>: v3^ *li-> Impurity.:. -S- J». hiddenly.* *iW^ "^ . To preserve to.'^\ ojr^j To have a'J^i Uji-j l-n» a _n >j o jrJ>a full ^jj * slni-^j Slnk^j of.

A J^i-\ Bread cake of bread. mess with dates. o. jji Anything baked. fi>j s izlij^ To stamp vehemently (the ground). Vainly expense. ^ To botch (a work). o. Bui'row of a mole. Trifle. {> 1 Wooden peg. To journey night. To » — strike a.^ jLi Mallow «I>ij>j «jC>>j jQ>>-j i^JV'- Rheum. o. jj^ Art of baking. j li Baker. Cou*Jali»fusion. Portion of (the night). zia^i-j Sweet made of dates. (devil). I I Foam of the mouth of a camel. or a.^ C« Jlo jy<^ Mess. To trample upon a. Experience has confir. with bread. work done amiss. tli. He goes at random [lit He stamps the ground like a blind she-camel. insane (devil). slovenly. To know She-camel yielding much a. th. Prey. o. o. (fruits). To take hold fi> _^i \j . To tread the herbs (camels). Remainder •^ Jali-'j Jali- ^ <iali (plant). Aware. or a. fi> Jalri-lj jJJ^\ "^. with the jillj — sword. to ^joli-j — Sheep bought Food. th. of water in a vessel. a or a._rjij| J. ^UJ — I amiss. fit Ci-'^ i ^ acts in a reckless manner. strongly. i3ji Jji -KTo feed a. To To do a. News. ^^iijlj s ^cil. for being sy^i! act extravagantly. -^j . s — — To beat down (leaves). Mess. Large bowl. J*r^>-1 — To strike a. Chronicler. o. Ja-i-' To be disordered (country). To request a favour from s Jal:>lj — a. cream and starch. slaughtered. Draught of water in To wi'ong a. To do harm to a. I jj ) Ci-1 To He strike the : ground with m^^Ip fi> Ja^ Ja-i-J : Experience. (God) Seed-pi'oduce. Share. Knock. story. well. booty. To be affected with a I'heum. Large waier-skin. jjLC ^ To mix a. j The j lion. o. (/oy). To seize (booty). To make a •^ with. i2> C5\j y-Ii ^jjs-j a skin. in Information.' To ! News. Roots. J^ To be depressed (soil). th.i!l Leaves beaten off. To grant a favour to a. To pick u]) A j-yUij Ciii- j^ii ^ (scattered thinfjs). sjUi Possessing bread. Jniu\ To be baked (bread).' . j Crane L'S \ (bird). *-ilit^ I med science. th. jui'i Predicate. .li\ -^ . Lote-tree. Notice. Large and flat jliil j'-i. Soft soil. ^ tL'^ Party of men. Plunderer. Historian. craftily. Sl^i^^'j jC^ U Sini. To squander To entangle To eat recklessly. > To writhe (in agony). Jali. iJi-j To knock a. th. fi>j s Lli. s — fi> "i'Sxij _n> Jii <-j c_»ij. 0. o. th. Provisions. The Omniscient "^ ^ ^yi. fit ^ <• squash mii'e. ijZS. ^ Quarrel. Cyclamen. . 0. Noise. a. i'jLl.jCi To knock a. Elder-tree.i3l Jji' Flat and depressed ground. th. To render a. Ciui i iali ->i- I Mantilla. Experience. jlf')^ ^j ^ Black snake. th. to test fi>j Lion.-i^ Mjji. Camel's hair. *^^j -C-Ci. o. -^ o* Cali ~ u^^i-lj ^^j u^i i ^Ja^i^ milk. !«jli. iJi. Spoon for stirring up a mess. To urge (a beast). ^^iI Do not mention it it is J^ unimportant. CJil o ^j^ * of a. Knowledge. cream and starch. strike a.C MY) To experience. To request a favour from.j ^ ^ jXi. ( opp to ^^^ fJ^J-j cjnUi (the foot camel). at random by j^l — To make (bread). To dabble a. th. mushroom. Anything trampled upon.

jfi j yli. Ruin. lOve). barley. member. l^ti a Jji- of a (she-camel). another. ^i -H- To lessen the portion of. Wolf. To be wicked. Seducer.C To remain To set out.> Ij ^ ^isiT — (child). a . 0. 0. To be choked by sobbing 5 ^ci^-^ rr ^^-^ ^yJ. To lend (cattle) to a. To tuck a. The J^ ^j»-j time. stoi'e for ^ilJI J — To jtUj \iycCj !>Ui. o). a a t> ^ from. in a bosom.' o i Jri a. To dread To deceive a. Cutting of a languid..Lii-'^ Ji-wi led upon. s J^\j — To be crack-brained. -aTo contemn a. o with a Jl A Ui. demoniac.i. Deadly poison. o Li(fii'e). To limp a. 0. the loan s J^3. Calamity. dried up (limb). s u^ jli To corrupt a. Cripple. To make.c. The devil. To hem.J^ To be extinguished \yj.. Large skin.'s self fi-om fear feil^ or shame. To conceal a. anger). Avaricious.> 5 \'Ji.-HTo disorder the brain grief. ^j To ask of a. Cui-d. th. foulest treachery. Jci-^ J\>silent fi'om fear j. o J'J. iiii Corner of a wall. ^ lili a . vC>j "^ a J-i To be dried up (limb). th. To pitch a tent and enter it. Staff for beating off leaves. j. To act treacherously towards. in the secret of a. Food o5* ^ i^ . 0. o. Insane. deceive ^ poetry. * Jjl't To extinguish (the fire). jii'i. away ( mirage ). -nfi-j jj:>j _^^j J{. Traitor. Ogre. To cripple a. Folded skii't. To approach stealthily (hunter). A a. To conceal o.u* i -ft. Excellent guide. listen stealthily to (the Ji'^3 garment. -K- CJ^c carried in the folds of the clothes. to pitch A J^i^j 4^>b tCi isCi-' Diabolical madness. (hyena). 0. Bird crying the whole night. little of water.1. th. Gossamer.. Palsy. c. To ba ashamed of a.j \'jj. ^ j^j j^ hmbs. To withhold a. 0. He died. ^ Ja^^ Beetle.^\ ( fi> fi> Ji^j . lead the To fade To (*_^'j CciT a /^ way in darkness (guide). ^ Stamping Ja^' ^ ia'^\j Ja-^J ii/Sthe ground (horse). Defect. To hit a. -Sspear. ~ Insane. Anything that passes jjizXaway. th.B. c^Aii- To prH^•ent a. ^iti j^ To be weak. and sew (a garment) for shortening Mirage. (a tent). Crippling of the ^/J. Husk of wheat. To put (provisions) in a time of dearth. Treacherous. 0.^i. Watering-trough tramp. Ink-fish. To subside (war.i. ( MA) Dust. J^-»j Jr*-'-? Jr*Unsoundness of mind. To blush at. iNIallet. s JJ^ To be crippled. -Ji- Loan. 0. J jr. 0. Madness. Defective.ikj: -^ Tent of wool or camel's «. Elision of a quiescent syllable. ^ ^ii -^ Overwearied.'J{^ -^ or weariness. 9j^j r^ To vanish (mirage). Palsy. To elide a syllable in it. to tuck A '3C>j CJ. •<> Weakened. To lay in wait for (a prey). — To enter (a place). debt. i ^^ o i J — — — Ilni- — To tot about. Crippled.\ ^/JaiA lu. To carry away a.^i. ^s. o. A iic&S ^^ji To To •<> deceive 0. To be confused by drink. body or Jui action. Perfidy. To attack Hyena. jSilj ^. fi!>^~Z. Tuck.1 ^ -C^ hail".

-ftput a signet upon (a wri^'J^\ *i5 shame. Circumcised. To ting). j^X:i\i Abdomen. Remainder of clotted harden Uti' i it. Body of men. ally by marriage to s c?'Gi-j 'jJ^iij "^"^^^ ^ioti'j >Ui. Flat-nosed. gled (plant)._i>j-' - To be ashamed. unsteadiness. ears. ( valley To stick in mu'e (ca- Art of cii'cumcising. Fagtjot of fire-wood. Gale . Jii. ^J^ « ^. Dung of cattle (used as fuel).i. ^.' i To be ashamed. To complete a. degroom. blood. <jcL\ To be circumcised. -t^ Sou-in law. -nijb il iJ God made be good. To urge a question upon Levity.To be covered with her- Xll^j Jc* bage mel). C)(JxS. to be silent about. from. Full Luxuriant (garment). cM -« a. j.' j. To cicatrise (wound). stamp. Bricn?!^' To abash a. circumcise (a boy).» Vsii-I -il- To To cut a. 0. Stamped ^^ ^lf> •<>• Cicatri- ^Ji'J' sed (wound). th.(o/(p to x^^ia )^")3i ^ XiJU tion. To collect. a. fraud. ^Irilj ^^ ^ ^^ fi> fin ^ Reading of the whole Goran. ^— — To pass over. J?ti-Jl iJbt>-'-<>- ^ ^ Oy^ Ts j j^' J>-i-' Ashamed. -«: Seal. its -ry^ \^' a laii-' <>• To draw towards thily. To push split (wood).'j signet-ring. •^ Cozenage. To become ). strong wind. _^?>' ^ ^ciij . J^U-. To conceal a.' To hinder a.iit his end to ^^ To be stained with — j. five pints and a Ji^ To 2 Gri. -5^ Rock-salt. o. ^] To put a ring on (o. th. .X. (man). to pick up A a. i To sell (clothes) one by one. J\i^ To finish a. To kindle di"y dung. To be ashamed. Honey. js^i. th.^* end (night). X-^iij H^ To be overburdened by.liii.- <^-S> j» side of the wife. ^ ^. To thicken (milk). th. to ^ ^i-j C»\f>j Cii. th. Perplexity. *v^i. th. To plaster (a vessel). fear).Jsil ^ Salomon 's seal { plant). <>• To stamp a. <>• Anus. Perplexed. Remains of a meal. Conclusion. Confusion. To enter (a house) steal- about End. con- founded. th. ^ ^ -K- Tangled (plant). To heave (stomach). 0. ^iil^ To hun-y on (camel). J^ < — le.'s ^ j ^JaTi own finger). Circumcision. tall a Jaii' -Sand tan- a. To be entangled in (an atfaii*).-» Furi'ow of a hare. i siiT 9r To dung (cattle). in bending the body Sealed.' a j 'j?«. To a To help _. — (a book).^ <>• j o>if^'j To be heartbroken from (grief.' . Queen. -. Stamp. C- ^' . seal. milk. .^ si^l^ K~j> . 2^ ^' o r-»-' ^ a. To I'ead over ^ CJi.J-^ Ragged clothes. Noble lady. Result. Sealing-clay. jp_j i ^\^ *£u>i To \>i moved with awe. 0. e. Lion. ^Ci. Comple. Flatness of the nose. C M\ To ) ^ii: — . cS^f: flat "& Ci^ To have a nose. To seal the heart i. To thicken (the milk).^JA Seal. valley. 5 Jsti-b ^— jl-->-' o^ ^^ Any relation on theoiii*! . To finish (a book). 0. Affinity on the wife's side. Measui-e for corn of vv^ ^^ii» tliii'd. vJ>' V> «i^l.

joil To lie in his lair (lion). ( disk of the To hide in its hole (lizard). Stupidity. Furrow. o. To be corrupt.'s people).' j. AVild ass. To have Uttle rain (season). To remain amongst (o. To be defective (th).'s temper. Bloodless J-CJAj J.j^Jj & ^j~i. Girl kept in doors. To part (people). Si^. Cheek. j— To fold (a vestment). To become lean. To remain and keep to (a place}. to circumvent a. lEteusely black. J^j^i-'j . Party of men. \j . Dark place. o (serpent). a. J (ftiii. Lair. j». Darkness of the night.^ *ii>^j *ilr^ arrow causing a large wound. To be wrinkled. To furrow (the ground). ^iij To be wrinkled (flesh). bolster. To be perplexed. — — To benumb (a limb). s-ioi b . ijiil ^ ^ oi' oi. To be sullen (day). — ioi.jj^- _ Cat. Jj. The eagle. k^j^j C. To wound the ears ols'Vl J^jSo.iA Lair of a lion. To scratch wound. Dark night. To be sleepless ( eye ). Mark of a SjloiT Cramp-fish. 5 — To smite a. Trench. To keep (a girl) in SjjJAj Jj^i doors. s — To walk at a middling pace. Side. apartments of -women.^^ »jJ»v»j Sjj-^j fi> ?3^-* To lie. Perplexed. j. with (the sword). J'?'^ pJii' -S- To To be li. ji(i. o. To \jj^ l)J^ remain behind the herd (gazelb). The two whip. dull (market). Tu be reduced conceal o. o. "ij-^ j* ^J-^ i^j'^» Blow leaving a mark Martyrs of Nejran. To sink ( eye ). ( narcotic ). 0. To wrinkle (the skin). To be languid (eye). Flee. soporific. jj'ixi^] Narcotic. ^:xic:ij 'IJii. «_iai^ (the skin).. Numbness tism. ^ To scratch. Furrow.' o ai' -f^ a. his lair (lion).' a deceive. Slug- joi.i\a- Blow or »Q^'j ^. (offensive language).^j>\ pletely formed. To dry (saliva). yi — To be concealed in doors joxilj jii-J Curtain. ^ili-1 r-^j Inside of j To leave marks upon j ijii. another's face. Narcotfj^j — jOo^ To counteract a. Imparfection (of a work). faii').^_. ^J * jailj fj-^ .k_. Fly. cheeks. Slothful. »_jjir To tear off CilAi' i jioi-' -H- Tall and stupid. » — To tiy to outf Wla> J U'^^ piU- one before the time (she-camel).^ To be cleft. (of the limbs). To fail to give fii-e (steel and flint). heat). r-i-*> To be benumbed Ijoi-' a jj^:^ -H(hmb). S %\i.' ^ i Scratch. to make it fi. th. night). To ba changing (afTo ( wealth ).' ^— j'^b jj^ ^ J-^h lean. Pillow.' Sluggisr. (stroke). To mar a. * J:. To cast her young G-lo* o ^oi. Talluess. To be intense (cold. To To ?Jwi-' To be scanty from giving. Darkness.\j^ J:. To oppose o. (market). ol^j ilJ* J oJ. To bring forth a foetus incom. Rain.To stupefy a.' gishoess. Black ass. Obscure Hidden in joi: (place. Black cloud.' o <-jJ^ -STo bite a. o. lean (skin). Benumbed (limb). ^loiAbortive camel. Rivulet. refrain be brisk (rain). To disappear sun ). Ji. ^A^J^^JI 'jj/^^i^j jj^S\ Ploughshare.

•^ "^ To fawn a. wijoi-' :ijjii» sling. Liturgy. p. To s yj^\ ^.jij« l_^i dii'ections. to deceit.) To iJj'Si-3 serve.slices. cut the extremities of the rent (garment). ^ ct-^j o'J^ Deficient (coin). Imposture. To be employed j — ^a> ^ Ji Walking Kind of quickly. y^i.- i SSi: -» citilii- To take a. ^. Ring. s — 5 ^ai-iJ. Spinning-top. Prohibition. Jujloi-' — at a short and 6ai i joi -Hquick step.'^ "^j Having a white spot on the feet (horse). Small door in a large one. give •^ civil j!j^ -^ s ^oil ^^l. Experienced. To lead an easy life. To strflie up pebbles (camel). ^iW f. o.] To practice deceit. oC»aij >*lJ^j v-^a-V ^^^sLeg. Spring-plant drying in summer. o. Craft. fi> ^j3i. Work. ol^' To walk body with (a sword. -<> i J^J^i' ( -^ To be minister to a. Respect.. olJ^l Friend.j'tJ'lxi. employment in.jso \:t^^ >»i-*i- incite a. To deceive Domestic servant. s Deceit. t ~ submit to a. * olci )j — To carry away a. To cut (a fruit) in * tai' a ? lii-' ^oi- -S- horse). Civil service. mastership iL/'j'Sij>). To go on gently. Variable (market). cheat. o.^li^. To rend (clothes). To bi deceived. To hasten. ^ (ilu.^ ^ An to. Male slave. Anklet. Sti'ong-necked. ^j s C'i'Si. induce a. To ask a servant from a. inside another. To f give up a. o as servant. servant. closet. To humble a. To desert. ^. Knife. To feign to be deceived. Kind of mince-pie. to forsake another.oljoi- To have a white feet ( spot on the ^ li. To submit to a. Daring.[ -S- jjlii-' To To fill (a vessel).^0^" the Ai*abs.. into service. To carve (meat). •< of trou- t^t>s-Jj ^av^ jt/-^* sers on the leg of a woman. s ioi'l ^livi -u ji. To separate from Jlu: To the herd (gazelle).^u Unsteady (man). official. Deceit. o. i <j'i\>- To act deceitfuUy with. ^fjik/^j poki p5is* J yjs-J:J.e\ ) wit a.-i»-' X&Sk^ To sling (pebbles. J> Pay. They dispersed in all y.jj. To take a. o. Quick pace of camesl.'\ \^ji^ a tJii-'j To J 'XSi-j IsjjL^j Vii-' W P House -^ Vein of the neck. Service. o. to. Slave. a . _^. jtjs-JiU' Son. iJla> <>• . •<> jf of a camel. To serve o. Female servant. To go .i'i1 f. o o. Dupe. ^ ^j'ji'Si ment). -^ [ To fruit-stones). To ask a servant from.j vlU-' o Jlii -« to forsake a. th. To sharpen (a *— ^j 5 sword). Small room. — Stiii i^ail Wicket. to s iilxi. *»i.^s self. o. b'aiT i tf ai' -«- Misleading (road). *ij^3*-' Service. To last gar- Swift. Garter. o. circle of people. 7i£'j. To be dull (market).[ Helm. companion. Thong tied to the pastern v^o^j — Service.j^\ ^llvi-j :fra> Lower band Master. o. Vice-roy of Egypt. ?. To show friendliness oiii —o-»i- -J^ Meal of ^'Qi' ^ 0. 0. tb. To give a servant to a. servitude (opposed to (the eye).j-^ij at a quick CCoi-'j pace (horse).

^jUt» ?» «i^»i^j «i>^-*j To fii j>S. To submit.' i S' talons (hawk). Piece cut off. To be flabby (man). <>• Cutting well (sword). jij^. fcctida. Anagyris trefoil. o. j>.' a — To drunk (man). — To hasten. intoxicate a.'J^ Wasted place. . •j:. "HXjLj A v^^ s^^iZ. o i_j>»To carry^j j_^'j C^'j xJl^i-'j sJl^i — v' To i off (flocks).'s bowels. A 0. Hole of the ear . of water. down. Ruin.CJiOl ^'j^ ke an upi'oar.>«3l '^i-' i !Mango-steen (tree). Excrement. I INIurmur of water. o. Rustling.^* j To \'i^i »'0%-> '0* ^ ^-^ "^ *j^'j M^i-' •<>-j I To leave a. J- Wasted place. Sieve. ^aij. To leave no stone unturned. ) > ( To I incite people ) to forsake helpless. To strike with its To be mined. Eye of a needle.'jij ^'j^i ^'jk.'s self to To attack a. i_/^ cr *'>>- rustling (wind. o. 'j^ ^ '^ >li. th.\ To hang j'j^: down (ear). confess a misdeed and remain silent.' ^'j^ To pier ce." i o ^' -^ To produce a [j/jij Shepherd's ^Jji. sand-wort.^' 'J^' O*"-* Holding back (from the herd gazelle).^'j^h v^*To damage a. fi> Sharp sword. th. Anus. To cut a. Intoxicated._. Base of the ear (God).\^i_. wasted (country). in running. Upland. c>v -»-^>- To make havock. weak (feet). o. Male bustard. Generous (man). ^ o^i needle. xJi^i. 0. Coward. flying bird).ii-1 To ruin (a house). Round grain. o^' Cj^i. 'jj<> Jl^ — Dependant ^[Aj V^' To murmur To snore To (water). o.x. Carob-tree. in the orifice of 5 — the ear. To become a robber._^'^' ^ a.OT Awl.) To be crushed by adversity.jj C»ai. bean- ^jU-JI ljj^' Murmuring (water). A?-ert«?v'a.^ H. i_/^j C\>. to go quickly. To have the ears pierced. j> ^j' it>Ij 1 Snoring. lay waste. — -tt- Watercloset. : J il^i' ^ . Spinning-top. ^_. a. Pudenda.jSL] (ear). '•^yj*i ^O* ^Jj^ ujy> Purring Murmur ling. Rust- '^ Thorny carob. Handle.^. To lish a. To be split (water-skin). Water-fall. OVli* !r "rL/' oVJ^ -^i ^j> To prostrate o. Ilt>. j Forsaking. to split a. To be j. Vice. Snoring. oG^p-' k "^. th. To forsake o. eye of a ^'^i.' i ^ii-' trench off ^Sj^i ^'j^ a a. Ruins. « Smft Knife. C^jii. To long for a. th. To demo.J-i v^-C •'^9- !r Gimlet. Water flowing abundantly.' ° (cat). To ma. bag. Unsoundness in rehgion. Wasted. JJ^>j I j-U-' l-ki. gitive. <) Cutting (sword).*Jj ^Si^j C»ii.^ (cat). devastation.!U._^'l ^ Carob. *?-V. fall do^\^l from a 1^ 10 j»- (terrace).' -^ i^lUsi-ll y/j^ _j. To parr To snore' (man ). -^ To ruin a. (drink).. Ruined place. th. hole of an axe.'j JiQ. To become relieve o. To wound a.i-' jV'i. Fu- Ji^ ^ Jl!U. jj^ I ^_. (sleeper). •^ Death-rattle. i To eat up (a tree: worm. Lop-eared. Prostration. Mouth of a mill.' a > i> To be trenched. th. out of order.

To attack a. to go out. •fy- 1^ ' rr w. a. To diversify (a Way of escape. (the ear. •<>• To To become clever in (an art). The day out ^* '?-l)^-*J %-iJ. To entangle (threads). Foreign-office.V O'-J' ^ -fr Waste. 'U^ Rubbish. From without.^. Result ^'Ji\ 9-^. To take. 0.11 •if- Rubbish. A— To elucidate (a question). shift. r->'j^ j.j.»^>-^ cAjiAj Ci/ji.iVI J ^^i-i manlike. Expenditure. th.)! SjO. J 5 — To impose a land-tax on. 0. To set th. C)^> a Cjji- thee. of a saddle-girth. of Exodus. Oiifice of . old fui'niture. To rebel <• To part with a. -^ Balcony. th l--*-^ ifc .>' Feast-day. cate a. To elucidate (a question). o. Saddle-bag. Hole of Deserving of the gallows.'s bowels. poc- Hellebore {plant). place of exit. To relieve o. to breed (a child). pocket. CJ^i-' o Cj'j> ket-money. spend money. th. Eye of a needle. out. External. To extract (a <^>'j* Medley. ask a. Sour milk.G- To bring a. -^ To mix up everything. <• ^Vj :-!>»•' Quotient. Income. ifa-jU-. Extei'ior. tj''--' -u!Jl L^iiG To extract (a meaning). j\ j^'j>- ^^}\ d>»'. to spoil. Heretics. to corrupt a.' To train a.?. 0. — cjJ>^ -fr Pimp'es. To pay a \S . Camel-stealer. in (an art).ft the ear. [ lemn funerals. cS>-\ji K ( un 14 \ji ) ^r '*^'j^ boils. to scribble. To distil^ (f.? To bring up. Abroad. -rj^ science). •^ lips). To ?j A -rji-.Jifr *4-^*- pierced.:c. black (hor.> li* To pierce. "ii-'J^ Living. PI^j "^j* Ring *Jjij S-^i Skilful guide.GT To take out a. Bicoloured. abscess. th.5e. J — To spoil (a book). Cj1. Outside. Water-melon. th. That is what just suits To be a clevei" guide. *4-jh ?r frj>Sally of troops. Expenditure •^ INIaterials. To divide (an estate). j& ^ s Tr^'b yrj^ ^j i^i-JI or a. Having his ear •fjf»-l 'r'-'* T He made him so- <i. Refusei^ . a j (_) — — — shrewd. mineral). th. of Resurrection. outside. The book Clevei-. To A ^jM-\ Hen scratchings on the ground. tax. Nest of hornets Hi To be well-bred. To let (blood). Suitable. to depart from (a place). Well bred. To disorder. To be impaired. (money). gentle- t_. •>:j> the anus. •<>• To go ^j^ -rij^^\ •if- Relief of the bowels. * ^j^'. to impair Jaj' (a book). ojJ>i-'j c. 9r Land-tax. intricacy.u\'j^ « Direct road. against. . yjyj^. -^ c > To spend fi> j ^ Robbe)'.j ^j liji j l^. draw (water).> cSjui Oj^i-^ money Poll-tax. Privy purse. spoiled. To compliTo draw out a. out from.To translate fi> ifc late a. ^j Ci. o.'^ ^ To be coloured with white an'l '^'jL\ To rafrie a. I'ebellious (people). th. Boil. th.o -k'j* "^ from. ^ i^j U. ^\'_. ostrich).:-'.>^ To be clever in ( an art. exterior. apart. Clever in an art. » ^^i. scrawl. to send ^ fi>j a. work). (of a calculation). To ^J. To tear oft' a garment. Having the lips perforated. Reddish ant.U^i Outlet. th.

a crooked stick towai'ds o. Ear-ring. guess. Cil^ij iijlki jij^ Large pieces of meat. Cupboard in a wall.] (echo. seller of jars. Dust.' j. Trifles. k Sjj>^ From Khorassan. -^'^J^ ^ Stir. h^j^ ^i^i'i. th. o.' jii'i'^j''- ?r ^y^ j^ Huge mountain. (cats. (cat). th. Bezel set o. ij^i!) •^'^'J'-' i^r^^^J *^y^^j-^ j Unbored Soft. Thlaspi {plant). Te Shells. a. (leather) •<>• Flies. To render a. Jij> Ts if. oU^I^ ^—^j^-i 'iSf^j^J To be ba.11. To ^j. To attack and scratch o.. ^'j^ ^ j — To ap. -worm.^ < seed.J> C/p-'a ^ j'j^j> ^o* ^ . dogs). « (girl). Gold or silver *-i>j^'-^j oC*^' ^ u'Jring. fi>j Aj s j^^ Small shot.^. Ironmonger. To snatch scratch a. » ^'J>-\ UV*' To prepare food for »t. To eat To sting a. o. To be surly (dog).. oli'-v*'^ To scratch a. th 1 J-r* Surly dog. bashful woman. .j ^^>Maker. Slough of serpents. To remain silent. A y^jU To forge a lie jt ^J-*\i o'ji-i against a. army). o. To scrape To drav (a bough) with a. Old furniture [coll)-Jjyj^ with an awl a 0^' To bore a.\^\'j. * j-'jsLy Mustard-seed. th. Closet.silently (army). 'j=^'J-.' ^ . <> Awl.-jilJ^' "jj. Still ^. jX^Jij J-ji-Ji To botch (a work). To be sleepless. To keep y. ^ Disordered (affair). Maid. . repair a. wjp-' Wine-jar. needle.. Food for a confined woman. ^yj.. pearl.( \ Feast on the birth of a child. Having its wings perforated (bird). a Artichoke. To To To lie.1 I silent. Lens of the eye. play). ^ ^ji.Ai)l c herself: (confined woman). Dumbness.'s self. {yji: Pomum <)• Adami. Tingling in the limbs. To prepare food for a 'U-i3l Ip uv* woman in childbirth. J''j^ Mustacd. ^y-^j" Peak. Filings. Jewels of the crown Stitch-hole. *=?:^>' T ^•^Lr* Ts haberdasher Small shot. th. To be hungry and cold. Jl.Small-grained grapes. the best part of a.o ^'j^ C9>.i. if- ^ A gem. CsJ. iS^. dumb (God). A o^'i^ To barter a. cloud.^ Cj'j^ Dumb.. •^ i^4> ^l)*i voice. u-'j^J Wj' j . To ' be fond of (sport. to ai^praise a. u-l^' Khorassan (Persian province). Si^ Ts Petty money. low •^i. Skin upon the cream. o. or cowry set in a string.'s affairs in order. th. iii^ Hard and rugged ground oCiJprj — fi> J-^ {un. praise (dates). Canal from the nose to the -r ^ Curb of a well. To parcel (meat). ' To be a \irgin a^i-j^. a. glass-bead Vertebrae of the back. charlock.* a ^j^j^ < To repair (plate). Palm-branch. Cobbler. o (fly). \s^j^J Semen-contra .i^'^j*\ ?r Awl. glass-wares. Z'jji^) j'j> beads strung in a necklace. To be dumb. Crooked stick.\'j. mouth. a i_>. ^^i. To walk jjy. Ironmongery.' Art of a cobbler. •^> — J^ Virgin.shful (boy).i. Uncouth speech. To sew ^ cAS* '^Ss lL\jC J. ^i-l^ ^ '^'jh Broken egg-shell. th.

th. Soft lip. To break (a fi> a joke. men). To pluck a. Tall and Weakening -fy of the body. Butterfly brightly irJtl>. ca1»i_^' -V^ To split a. a ci^i-' -i^ dote (old derer Humbug. Fine woman. i\~2!l J»ji. Young girl. To beat the tree). weak. a difficult thing. th. To embezzle a. o. <l^l_^' <>• Lathe. Cold water. To have ^j^^j c-j^J *fi\j^ f.j'j^ Palma-Christi^ castor-oil plant. rcJ/i^i. Food for a woman con. 0.h ^ become tall (Indian-corn). I»l^i. th. a. To split a. ^j^j Weak lip). <L Qi.k« ^ To To To be a dotard. in (in To be ia'^X lathed. . tree). To em.i. ^j}^^ t Jajj vV^' To be watered by autumnal rain (earth. To forge (a story). Red and long earth-worms.i^^> fined. Incision in a sheep's ear used ^.Ja^' i^v ?.sket. To ^J^il ^W'^i-' -fr become proud..._. Liar. Nose. -^ To plane. To crack (medicine). o To have a diTo be l»^j o — J»^ ij <> . To brag. lusty mac. * 5. o. To create ^'J^i.^' i o ^'j^ -^ (leaves of a with the flaccid limbs.. Ciyo^l^ -r i>''^>-' Spear. uv^Ir^ "<* ^i. Restive (animal).\i>. To gather fruit for worms' eggs. (God). To p^^'ij li-^i-' a p. to ^^ S'ji Petticoat. To proti'act (a journey).( \o Conjecture. Suffering from coa- "^'J^-t i» .'a p. ^ fi. Share._p-' become weak in mind or body. Discovery. Bluno o^i-'j 'j^i-' J»^' ^ J»j^i. Heady ffdne. A cone. JaJ» -^^^ ^^i JU»>' -head.Ji^il Long (face). town of the Sou- To Instrument ^r. ou-l'j^l Soft twig of one year. Soft woman.J — as a mark. (a fruit). To rush upon (the enemy)- Weak.«. Spear-»- Rhinoceros.' lipped.^J.'' Humbug.9lJ To be dislocated (limb).i'i^ t/»>-j u^'jij ^'ji for collecting honey. Pendulous ( camel's ^. ^ \fj\i.J. To strike ih. To unsheathe (a sword). u^j. To man). branch). Pig's snout. \ To become long (beard). Weakness of the limbs. To ( Waste-book.^. coloured. an affair). bring forth in autumn. Trunk of ^!?'>' ^ J'i^'>' an elephant. dan. Big. O^^i-' a ^j* sease of the udder (sheep). l^iT be entangled in a snare (hunter).Jj^ji^-i^ goat). To break in (a place). to turn a lathe.ji. . (she. Stagnating water.'-f}To be brolien. •& To become flaccid. Khartoum. To ^— It is ^ tXJ^Lx »_. ^'iJ>-\ To hurry on. -if- <>• Map. ^^aij^ Outflow of a river. \ a. o. Ba. Parings falUng from a lathe. Creation.j^ To be strung bark rashly : (bead). ^^ man. slender (body). To purge a.' To be- 'lil^i' come weak-minded. Valuation. To produce autumnal herbage. Oats. To be angry. hold a."^l j> Craft of a turner. To scrawl. Conical. » gulation of the milk (beast). tj^k* 'Jtj'A-^ off'a. To fi>j s — squander away (goods). •& ^jU transact an affair with during autumn. wood in To pick (grapes hand). Flaccid.0^0. To have ripe fruit palmTo enter upon the autumn. Turner. soft f. lift the nose.' Leathern bag for silk. Sea-gulf.i^ oft" -r ^'J>--^. Aj 5 ^ln>lj ^i^i-^j ^'i^jhJ '^j^ o "-iS* -^ Moulding.'ijji Coagulation of the milk in the i/^ udder.

Desert. windows. humourous talk. Holes of the body.S*'j Uv*-'-> I^-lJ' o^^i-' -^S vJ^» oj. impudently. j^ ^ *^S* Jj. Foolish. Swift. To a C.J^i-' j_^irj J^i. P/. •^ JC^'I J'^sfj ' _ — -^ To violate. jStkiJI <Jij j^d- continually in doors. th.y^)\ J — (f. to perforate a. off. tatter. generous man.vi- Basket for picking out the best dates. Crack. Soft wind. To pierce. To be profuse in.ii-. >-J'3*:-' ^^*j^i *'_>*• ' t ^ '^Jj* ttaj^i-' Calf. -^ To embroi-A j. Pahn-tree bearing fruit. To ooze through (oil.>^> >• ^. Misuse. DoC/CilJ. ci6j^' •j 3ij^ ^ dj> . s — — To turn aside from (the road). BoLintiful.. > To be erabroi- j.' Autumn. th. ExpeJlj}^-^ t JG^-* rienced. r-^^'l To remain To dishonour a.To speak confusedly. Cloak of Mohammed. SiUI Jj. ^ J^i' Coarse cloak worn by the jj. In tatters (man).' -^j (j/^ o — Unfrequented (place). ^<3'J^ 3'J'-J^i the nose perforated. To infringe ( custom ). J^' tear otf be torn A- bawilder o (fear). water).i ^ Sofis. To shot (an arrow) carefully. xIj^i X-s^JI . To forge (a lie). Gathered fruits. | <> He has "*Sj^i\ lil t^a . To be fooHsh. 3'j^\ To cross. Dotage. Openings Harvest-time.^ der. Water-wheel. as the Jj\k^\ mouth. to desecrate if. Rub. 1A^ j>^ To spUt (a gem). ^\'j>. Wild bull.' nj . ^ Rag. To be broken. ( <"- \o"\ ) i OJwil^j ol^' :. to chisel a.^3^' ?r J^^-» rows of palm-trees.* ^ tage. Dotard.r Pursiain (plant). jji-ji >\'j \ increased the evil he has wi' dened the hole. a. Jl^i-j Witticism. Desert. th. jj u.>» . Playing-cards from two to six. oj>^ To lead a dissolute life. Palm tree farmed out. "^S'^ Awkwardness. Year.' sJ^i-'j xjl^. A j^^'j^ ^ j.' Passage. j i ^fi'^ To slit a. J J^aJ To forge (a he).^ *iij> Autumnal.a r^ hole. Unskiirul. jji-j-'' To rend (clothes).jiia^ -^ bish. ii\J^ o J^j (in To sweep away (its bank water).J^i. Colt six months old. — To be unskilful »_. m plants. J^' ^ — Jilr^ Clumsy. th. j— He died. > First rate. Jj'j^lj pierced through.^j dered. nonsense. th. Stupidity. Violent wind. v-jj^--!! i^>' To have the partition of C>^ a ^>-' : ^ To To To To lie work). Fine man.' Hole. to pass through ^ Jlnil^ a. kJ3'>-- Extraordinary.j\^i Open country. 3. Autumnal rain. a. •^ To forfeit o's promise. To be unable to 'fly (bird). To mix a. Windward place. Fruitseason. rag. Clumsy. Worthless furniture. th. l^i. yJ^_J^ Fresh dates. To perforate the nostrils of. nose. Avenue between two Xj^jJ Fiain rich Bountiful. Wondei ful. profuse. as doors. Jl^l 5r *J^>j J^'j JJ^' iilr>: J*^' <>• Lamb. A Cs^iT i o Sj^ -MTo traverse (a desert). J'Jk!^ (a sacred place). *J^ She-lamb. * jCnilj — To blow violently (wind). Duster.>' ^>- ^ crack (a gem. To make a hole through (a wail). j J^i. To be confounded by ^^> a JL^i-' fear or shame. Kerchief twisted for striking. o.!^ JJ^. Streamlet. the eye of a needle). J^O*-' »? J-Jj^^J Ji>^ Dotage.

cane. i^3'-^»o ^'j'Sy* Bamboo.Iji. Naman at Tales. Leaves and branches of a tree. Earthen. To divide a.) He was taken away from us tS j^M(by death). o. < To A jJ^'ji: » To be bent by (age). a i Joke. Unsteady "^j. ^ — To hit (the target) with an arrow.scratch. ear). Sji-b Bramble dried up Silk merchant. th. Cold ^i^i. ^ Scrofula. from. To through ^ jji' -f^ with Silk. Pierced (ear). To separate a. (death). th. th. th. ^ yj\i. fit . with th^ nails. To j(^\ s yJii-\ Pain in the spine of the Sjjij Sjji' weaken a. o. amusive stories. king's jl'jS^ Jyi^\ ^'S. To split a— >-9J»-' Earthenware. (a lance). dissolute. swine. y^\ J»j To To To — be pierced (nose. to tear a. hollj j j UiT ^ d<jj\f Spear. (sickness. . perforated. Tissue of silk and To rend a. o.^ gait.j>- Peak Lie. wool. j^^jv.ji-' Lace-work. j'^j\j jy^j ^ To be rent (garment). th.' wind. Knee(jdiOit). ( \eV ) desti'oy. To waddle To remain behind . Inaccessible Dissolute. X/. ^t a p.1^1 Hermaphrodite. Food made meat and Pig. walking (lameness). with (a spear). pricks and thorns. (a garment). cA> f. Impious.| Piece. (hill Dolphin. Projecting (peak). The Caspian Sea. o. Cloven rocks.\j jj\i3 Small-eyed tribe on the shores jji" of the Caspian Sea. (a tribe). Xclji' Palace of king Coofah.wort.jl-3 Point of a sword.kJj^ j tily. "Wild boar.i. ^. Sow. between.j^j J. <>• To J>'-«tear off i Burrow of a hare. of minced flour. Lace. To cast (the eyes) at. to sever a. cut off a. j»^^>-' w >»'•» Pros. To be cut in the middle (rope). of a mountain. witticism. Tiller of the rudder. j^ji^j Jit ji -}^ To *^^3'J^j>-'"^ 6'. To pierce a. j. o. Stick.13>' ^_j>1 . Jj^ ^ .y^^j to part from. Male hare. Retrenchment of a syllable. To be swollen t-j^^^J-^J*" (skin).' j. t > a fji fit kijji-' ^ -« -~ Tip of the nose. Corn-cockle (weed) Having the nose f. Star. Licentious sect admitting metempsychosis. fragment. f.ji:j To To cut. prevent from o>^ ^i fi> f. "J ji. ^.Of To A\ink the eyes.' i cover (a wall) with pierce a. To walk haugh.. made of clay. Death. o. Small-eyed. in walking.' <>• Duck-weed. To be pierced through. To limp in walking.'J>i][ To alter (a book). ^\^'j *j j^ - To pass through (the target a. Pottery. j^j\^ ^ evil. To have the udders (she-camel). a. Young hare.j^ JiJ^. Kind of bean. 1 back. J. pottery. : Clji' ari'ow).

off from (his ji. *i ji. Male serpent. iill ^ji. cellar. . /b vji' i Jji. To diminish the ^ !c j t~i. ^. o. 0. shortest way). o. teasel {plant). oljij Ti'easurer. put in a camel's lli_. ^ ~ JjiJij J^*^ JJtill.1 ijlji-j To abash. To make a. cJjiszJ. man). G ji. J'M-^ Rent. 0. •<>• *>. ^\is7 fi> Hyacinth {plant). j '^ic^\ -^^^ king). feel To tJJ% y^ j>'j\i^ Disgrace. Library. 0. 0. . Cji. To confound. To enter the foot (thorn) To oppose each other (armies). th. reviled. — ^y^\ — ^^. To -fi- cut a. 0. Hair-i"ing (jji^* To be vile. from To walk heavily. oj. •^ OfPiiie of oO>J -^ oj.'' <>• fi> ^ Ashamed. 0. jd-J ^ Sljk/ Tulip. {plant). To hinder a. Cause of shame. J^jU.'J>. To contemn fitj s — a. To meet with a.?r nostril.' for twisting ^ji' ropes.li Treasury. Treasure. vile. ^ i 2f ^ji-'j ^'ji i ^ji' ring through (a camel's nostril). of (women). JiJ»J' oji^>' To overcome. relatives). -^ Safe for money. 0. vile. to stink (meat). Lettuce.' ^ V. Fracture. i/l^ >»j»VI Having the nose pierced ^jji^ (camel). JjiT Spear-head.jj» dji! Sluggish gait. Repentance. To take (the^ j^l. ^^'hose hump J'j^j gone Jj^ -ft- is J. To be alone to hold (an opinion). hole in a gai-ment.q — Lavender.i — The nearest roads. by turns. ^IJOl \j: To be altered. unlucky. Hji-' ^ ojj'i j'^ji- P Tongue. To treat as an enemy.i^JI To impale To have a the back. obstacle.' To cut. to humble a. ^ oQ ji' Disgrace.W ^ oji^ a merchant. ^j ^sji-j *3ji — To disgrace » eS>b Jj^i-j ji j'J. . To commit a felony.— c \ To ask a. {plant). Inner cabin. (a To be unsheathed Cupboard.a Oji-J ^j'ji-J Cji-' Wild lettuce.i *"J*J -»'J» Nose-ring j^y^j J\'_^ '\yus portion of. -^ Tearing. jj uPale.>jk^j Jjil To fall into dis- ^j^j C j>. Treasurership.jil To lay up (goods). •<> The Devil. to store up a. o. misfortune. To string (pearls). point a.' o* i_. To disapa. to be lowered. To slit (the tongue of a young b^ast). *j\j>- O Ciji-J ^ji. pole. He came to no harm he Hi. ^Magazine. To become rich (poor man). (God). warehouse. Arsenal. Hinderauce. Having his beak pierced (bird). Magazine.A c<jii-~l. Confounded. iJ^J *ij»- Abased. s 3''Sy^ "^ fracture in s'j> a Jji'-tt- Treasurer. . To render a. Closet. To pass a jbj To be ashamed of. xjlUi' a . secretary.' o To keep (a secret). th. to be stingy. Treasury. To keep (a secret).' i yj\^ shame. To restrain a. Property laid up. alkanet jU. Kind of palm used Gi^i. To prevent fi> u>-' » (spea- To reckon a. in taking a different road.' C« < was unhurt. Pointed j) jj>' «. To store up (goods). th. ^ ^i^i. CCil^ ^^'1 To find a. mean. To hold a.. in the back. Punishment.>i.?JI ^| -^ i^ Dipsachus. away (camel)..0»-' «? *j'0^ (sword). Anchnsa.' -8To decrease (value). X>l'. a sSji- « I grace. 0. to sever a. Confusion. ^jji ^ Chamber. Ward-robe. o.-^ stick. 0. Remoteness. to rule i 13 ji' Iji' a.

^jL>w < •V ^ ^ym^->.zi>jj L. A >llir o Jli' -i^ away. . unwell. To give a. To tear off a.A <A. Clouds rising in the West.Cj^ try). To misuse a. at the game of odd and even. Light boy. in trade).^y^ Vile. To humble and vex a. — CaJ_i ii^C- He sp 'nt the eJ-J-JI j\ XlLi^ 3 oQ night in hunger.' To become emaciated. o. -»_i.s Walnut.M. ^ J^iT _^ii ^^^i. Stingy. a. -^ Sordidness. Sunk (eye).li.^T. To be eclipsed (moon). To be swallowed up To be perforated (roof). Loss. o. of the lowest Man _^^l rtrr class. 0. '.Ll> j Jlli. /*>_. — To put out the eyes of. — To sink in its orbit (eve)..Ci_^>j \y^j SjUi-'j To perish. Forger of lies. He has humbled him.' habitants (God).. To fall in (roof). To exile Refuse.jiiXj Indisposed.1 The lion. error. . (coun.'j i!Li. To i To brmg a fine i-ain (cloud). th. To ^jtU: be decayed (well).. To tare a. ungrateful. th. ^Lil ~ ^Si^j iSj^-i^j -'l-7*-'j .i. Losses and profits. fi>^/^] To cause a loss to. 1^^' yj: ifc i balance). ^. C^Ll's-j — ^g^i.^1 jt y~i^^[ lingly to a. \tjLCj Ci-' a be deficient. j. JLli To destroy a. ^'. th. To become a rascal. To alter (a Cl^. rubbish. Soft tracts of land. Deficiency. Cili. jj a. ill_i. Blame. a. o. at another. To wooden bit into s — — the nose of a camel. To ^jii. To experience a loss. To pass through (man). Lost.li>.'%-J 1 Eclipse of the moon.To lose wealth. To be banished. OUi-'j \y.' ^ ^i^QAltered in complexion.J ^. Ignominy._) ^^Cj:c-lC_i. To impute j( ^^ an error.juil >jiZU[ (sight).nj ^C jVl Losing (at play. o. ^U-l ^ Ci' To throw pebbles at o. To be blinded (eye). To sink down. -fy- set.' clink (jewel).«> ^ i^.\ To make a (balance) deficient. To throw stones one i. Woollen garment or tent.' To sink (an unexhaustible weU) in the rock. th. o. vile- turns. _ali. uawil. fit < -s- sink into contempt. Fixed stars that never Vile. To cast a. To be in the way of recovery.:vi.j i:^>'j 1^ iiiia._U-^j j Cili' wi_..H9.jj^j\j confine (a beast) without food. Weak. To mislead. J.( \o\ ) land to be swallowed up with its in- Thing made by Lowliness. . a loss to a. Spoiled (child). j itiiT o -^ play with Vileness. th. g To demoralise a. i jli. inferior. o. stealthily to. ^ To be deprived of sight (eye). iT y^ ^J. th.' -«- through (arrow). To be eclipsed (moon). Odd number. UtLi- <>• To ^ be weakened *l .r^' -^ What a pity! sJCi'i. To i ness. To lose (in trade). To cut a. Issue of water. ^ — To be driven \Ls-j\j 'tli. To cause a ^ J^j'Vi ^ililj — . i}\Li. th. •fy- i j^ •<f- To produce a insert a rustling. To cause a lc>s to. To give a.' To enter (a house). To go astray. To drive away (a dog). _^-li Rascal. th.. (land). Emaciated. \Sj^~i^} To To settle (a difference)..> Unexhaustible well sunk in the I'ock. misled. Calamities. To pierce ^li-^l a. /b Cili.' a i^'j away (dog). Of low quality.. ul>^j SjC-i-j .

Flattened ^. timber. -^ Moving. sub- missive. xlj^s J^it-i- Wood inserted in the nose of a camel. Wood. roughen refined. to lower a. tiraBei-r. To make entreatie. Papaver Rhceas. s — — •^ To wainscoatj to ceil a. — Protuberant bone behind ear. ce).il5i\. amiss.ii-j ^x±. -^ Charnel-house.3 refuse i^-. Nest of bees. Creeping insects.s. < Rocky soW. Hill.*-' with mud and pebbles.. down (eyes). (voice). i^ Emotion. Soft Dog-hole. Corrupt.i-'j . ^ Cli-' ^^li' -R— To pick out a. Small birds. Anger.ij iili. To be dry. Shaped out. to cull a.^' Crack. To Cc_^> a . Posteriors.i^ Garden poppy.J o^iiU- ^ ^ . To disappear (hump).> j ^i: fi> J^ Ground covered '^•iCii-'jobLi*-' ?r 'Ls.i. th. To be faint To wither (leaves).i!i J uj>L> -^ Swarm of bees and i^j Cii. waist-pocket.. Polished. dry ground. -jj: -jj^: Passer.jili.'i. plaster-stones. Rabble.Jj>Dj J. Bad. Queen-bee. To compose (verses) un- a k_.i-' Rabble. fee- \'-y^>- lings. i liU-J-i' To mix a. rainless To be cast Poppy.'-<>- To to clink._^i. a. To be frozen water). th. j. A Jaffected.\i. ^^ . INIoantain-snake. High and ^li'l ragged mountain. 'lilrl/ — — Papaver cornutum. (voice K Depressed and wayless (plaKneeling. jewels. Coarse. To humble o'self before a. -if- Emotion.uli. To show humility. clinking. tSj' J-'^J. affecting the hill. fi.'^.' merchant. To A piece of wood. iL'^-. jiXiRefuse. pjli^ Casting down of the eyes. Withered and ^j-j -«- fallen (plant). jXiJ- To To To leave th.l>ilj — Humility.J. ^li-' ^ To put a culprit in the stocks. ^jii. poppy. j^xSALi: ^ jSidj: Corn poppy. Wood-seller. pick out. To shape out (a bow). tlie 'ili-' ape in fear. Bee-hive.l:li: -ir rustle (weapons. To be concealed. o. refuse of mankind. hard. Little rain.' ^ ^^> hornets. Anything hard. smger.' be intense (cold). white poppy. dry things).li. Cast down (looks). »r^i' Fob. es'. To pasture upon twigs or dry* ^kl-S fit ^iU- herbage (cattle). Hard. To polish (a sword). Passer-by.j\2j> poppy. th. Side. wild Egyptian poppy. (earth). Black. horned ci'. o. th. Rough Hard (life). food. paltry place.ilLii-' ^ i_jLi.shing. o. Severe.sjCiij jCii-' der of a meal. Brave. Remain. th. ^ Rustling of a new garment._Jj^ to the touch. To be rude.' -J}incline to setting (sun). j^iLi — To cast down the eyes. To do a. To be humble. the voice before a.l^ Cla. cii. Sack.' ^ wi4i-' trimmed. coarse in manners. Timber. -^ To be moved.( M- ) Tall and vigorous. with.:j^^i: Ij framed (man). red poppy. oCli-'j To cross (a Culi-'j Cj^» i o wili' Gaiacum. To lower the eyes.h. Fallen down (wall). 'CJvi wi-i-' '^ o counti'y). j. Faintness of the voice. of a dish. . 'Iri*-' a ^^. . Low . To humble.' Lowly. to clash. To be inured to hardship and ^_S'jU-\ privation. To fi> J . Humble entreaty.li. Depository for the corpses.' To become like wood. foot-pas- ^ ^ 'j.

Cartilajre of the nose. Kind of purslain. v^CaJI o-^ib o4*' Thick-headed. harsh. fi> ^li (a th. To be coarse. o. ^llcJi [ fi> coarse.Li•J a. rough to the touch. To be hand. to fear fear that. iijl^j sJllij tLii. roughness. o. jr=^ ^i'l Deprived of smell (man). th. the first hard. Huge (nose. To be xJjl^j 'zJ[l>j *lli. rough (man). ^-i-Ci ^ ^jM*k- P/.'^ Cu.li> Lion. To find a. th. mountain). coarse. Harsh.^^ic^j ^y^^i jr^* ted.sed.J C \"\s ) Intoxication. Large-no. Stinking. Big-nosed. Untractable (man). Aj .rude. '/jj^ — He exasperated him. to be I'ough. ^ To thicken garment). To treat a.se) for time. To act ^li-i rudely. To wear a coarse (garment).. uneven. a. rough to the touch. To wear to inhabit (a hou. rough to the ^'jl^[ To b. To To dread.' Harshness.s J ^l^-^j ^\>To be coarse. rough. ^ To render a. -« »~ cS^* or a. Drunk. Rudeness. lilli. o o-^' hard. X^i^ j. th. -« Fish-gills. harshly. intoxica.

To belong to. in _^ai-. Sina'il Curtailment. To attribute a. Cold (day).^ . Apart. th.^\J^. flank. Bitterly cold. ( o/>p. Staff. Proper. (a country) fruitfLil ^^iil reluctantly.Jai- To render a.*j . vir-. ^JSy!:a9J tji^las\j hand. a.. exclusively to. To walk together hand in To _^ai.:!. ) -tf- lean upon a stick.hou. To be tracked by. o grey (hoariness) S — \ Abundance of herbage. To find pasturage (man. feet).^. Tavern. Little of wine. destitution.t. -^ -> ^i- booth of reeds.o\ 4^ 9^ o'j^\»\ a king). To cover (the body) with. To walk hand in hand with s Ja\>a. th. for. t/a-aa- put the hands upon the flanks. Tight (sandal). Fertile.j — tj — ^Q. rate. th.'Fa. A y^\ To take the shortest away.j_j < An express. peculiar. ^s exclusively to. Middle of the body.. To concern a. ^^^ai3t-wrapper. To be cold. To hurry on. j White mountain-snake. o. To do a. Property. conpendium. Sandal.« Peculiarity. •if To assign a. ?_> Cliii' w«. Fertile (land).ii' To patch (a sandal).' remaining on the vine after the ga^Usi'jZ^lii. i ^^j^i »_-bi^ -ft- ^ viling. fruitful (land).sion garment.^Siij ^jJas^ proper to. Road crossing a heap of sand.'lj — To scorn at. To suffer fi'om cold (in the hands. th. ^-^ ^l^ . ijLi»!l ^-^ ^ ^. Hut. to jSs._^. thering. o. of. yi Waist.Lis> j ollo'^ tue (of a medicine). ' w~k-^j [ Fruit-bearing palm-tree. Short ^r'Li*^ r^'^ in the flanks. a. A> ^^aiti. bunches j^Uai ^ X-^Lii. Poverty. To be fruitful CJai^ a k_-ai-'j To apply a. ^j s j c_ To render a. or by his side. special to. Sceptre. < Self-restraint. special officers (of ment of nomads. Slender in the waist (man) the wrist .' Rod. ^ ly^'^ To be special. •^On the subject Special. th. fit I To render (God).ijil produce. To exceed a. Silk- worm nursery. 0.^tj To abridge (a discourse). particularity.i>. To l>i> a „r^ -ftba seized bj cold (limb). a. a^^f^j u^j^' (hand). Colour mixed of white and black.^^^i. celebrated. superfine (goods). o. To I possess abundance of seed- ^^. ^l^' ^ *oQ- The chief men oL^'j The ly^'J^-ib X-^^JI (of a tribe). To appropriate To become destitute. j>oi-' -r _r^' Waist. cattle). T<j take (a sceptre) in hand ^ j<iiC (king). (day). To meet with in taking a different way. Interstice. Pain . th.( ^^T ) Wealth)'. Encamp- To To To cut o. Hollow of the sole. To cast her young one in Tjloi — the sev'^nth month (she-camel). CjjJaij ^j^J\ It specially. th. To walk in the footprints of. i_j To be ill-tempered. To shorten (prayer). (land). u*l. bountiful (man) Abounding with seed. Side.jt A oLi:^»b ^iiilj — upon. jC^J> To sew (a sole). u>v^ J *-» Lai' a ^joo- To design a. eli. Summary.-« produce (oounti-y). The nearest ways. special. worthy. curtail a. in reifc i -il- Most of all. th. gap. hole. '] I Life of plenty. First Property (of a plant).. To claim the property of.

o. To contend in shooting for jolt sj J^\ JoUj ^ To <)• stir (water). To dash a jal-Jai^ -^ To turn up (the earth). th.> ( ^r ) <• Subtraction.-^i-' Names horse. To To contend. J^i-' Wager.. To To cut. j^y^C ^r ( saiy. Coarse garment. o. ih. fat (camel).. Sandal. in shoo- s Viii-j yiJa> — Castoreuna. Lock of hair. alike to the morell. ^ ' repast.^ quarrel with. in (land). be solved (difficulty). antagonist.. ^. Eunuch. Ornament ters. Awl. dashed Shock. ^ . White in the flanks White and black. ting.i>. about. iJ(U-.ai. Cobbler. *j » ija>- in a j A— ^r^' th. iUai-'i-iUjI j\ jj>\ Good quality. Orchis (plant). To shake a. Fet- Dependant hair. To solve (a To subtract difficulty). Juii. Dishes of a ^a-^*-' Bunch of grapes. fi> ^i:j . to dye a.i^ii^. discount. a. _^iJl to tinge. J^ ^ ja^ l^^X He attained his aim. Foolish (man). •^ To be .^ olii-' cornel'. To adorn (a girl) with a set of shells. reaping-hook. -i^ Testicle. (his rider horse). : To a 'j^i: -ft- stakes. th. mercury [plant). Adver- ^La>-Ij uU-^ai-j 'U-i>0.>iixJai: in mimosa. stirred.j _i. ot^ Fresh milk ^. a hoi'se. o for horse) vicious.^-l Contention. a. Hitting of the target. j^Jaid *ijijai. Soft branch of To barter <. To To be shaken. quarrel. Any tender branch. To a. cats. A.o>' excel a. Litigant (in law). to afford an i^U-. Tuft of hair.^ cles. branches. ^ _^~^>-' sary. try a.. 2^ — Vi. to curtail a.. Thoi'ny branch. •4>- To cut (the forelock). <>• stir (water). jolt. a. in Black liquid pitch for besmearing camels. of little value. jai-X^ j^\^. th with. Rained upon (land).ii' palm-leaves. o.loU-^ J-iU- a wager. To be deducted (sum) To .i»ij '.shaken. Tail. ^C^ilj ^>ia> ^ >i_^-ia>j j^ . Contentious. Fright. To hit the target (arrow). Edge. leai-n 1 ^^ii-' -». Mercurialis annua. Losing the wager in shooting. tii* one science only. ^ <Lai' Hitting of the target. of a celebi'ated ol. o.>» S . To overcome in dispute. ii^U^Jj X>ijuaij ^iUai mixed with curdled milk. Sophism. Bad habit. To move about (a dagger) wound. shock. To To frighten a../Jj C«Usi ^ii Stout. o^Ua>' Collar for gazelles. yiai-. Eye of an awl.ai: -«- •fy To quarrel together. To lop (a ifj ff> j^' s Round and white — tree). discount. th.iilj — To To geld a. To render (a To shoot with a. Quarveller. argument against..' counteract a. Uai-' i ^^. . Ink. (horse).' Scythe. th. To colour. jLiis* i To jolt (horse). j^-^ Flesh with its musJjLii ^ ix.shes. "^ -tf- To about. Abounding plants water. Liar. ^s>a>'i tJioUt^ ^ >.' -^ Vice ' "White shells. Gelded. j^i. Complete hmb of flesh. V^- ) J*-^ Basket made of ^Ua>. Satyrion ( planl).Jolt.Ai ^Lai' oj. To berries dlJoll cut off a. '"• f*'• AdverSide. o..

41. fJ^{ Without price. submit to a. an evergreen laurel. 1^. ^'^1 'I2ni> To cut a. Grass. . Tree without thorns. the firmament. while green. s^^kt To crack a. Cucumber.To ^?-> and submissive.-^lamism. Verdure. clad in armour. >ail i — To soothe.u^i| -i^j /^il green colour. horse). (tree). Whips. Green herbs. Greens.i ^i% To fhp-JS -^j . To cut off (the ear). Green. To cut up (meat). Fine coloured. plentiful.^_.j henna). Part broken or cut tree). Sound of a whip. To cut (a palm-tree). Auspicious (mau). humble o. To be broken (wood). To render a. die young. green.' produce. To be lowly. To craunch (a cucumber).GtLai'j CJai. ^^h Dyed (hand. Bruise. crooked.i-is^Ji> b ^trfiS-b . Jl.j ^j. hands). 0. Persians settled in 'J-jXhU ^ li. Blackwoman.^» iCai-' dy^-^^i <S_j. to soften a. Holding much water (well). Green vegetable. to J .^j — jiai-Jb -^i»>J sky.J. wash-house. To be shi'ivelled (fruit). Herbs. green fruits.' meadow. To be green. Trough.^j jj^i Weak. ^ji"L<ai..5. Green colour. w-aiJ-j i-jj^^-.r^'' coloured.tj-ai.^ -i^ To sell to a. jj-ii-' <• Fresh dung of cows. To be verdant.i Living in the beginnimg of Islamism. To pass along rapidly (man.a ^. . Depression of the neck. Recent. humble^j 5 ^^'b r^* To be cut green (herbs).1. The sea. th.' Green. Branch. pain in the rise. Verdant . ? r^'^i ~ fruits. Of mixed breed. o. To be- come verdant (plant). cumcised. First greens.'0>j y >«a* a become green (tree. ^^y^[ >-r>_y^ tt New sprouts. Gi'een-grocer. o. b >-. w-^' off-shoots. Verdant aspect of seedproduce. (age). th. A^ari. To submit..Ui3. land).i'j vd-^' beard). Bruise of a limb.Uai. o.r^J «r^* 1o I t oj^>' k_. Voracious. Green-coloured. — To cut herbage. To incite a. Surname of St George or j^. Unable to i^k^j j.^r^Syria in the beginning of I.' :r s?v-^' "^ sfj. 5 ^'UTo speak gently to a. -fr Numerous. men of a tribe. (to evil). limbs. 5 To bear (a burden). — To be green.iai. Swords. Shrivelled fruit.»-<aiJ the Prophet Elias. •\l^J) ^<=>^^^ (from a jJai: Army Gold.^*:' Dye (for the hair.*_pai'i To set (star). k_~4*»" J Softness of a branch. off fin j. '^^'_ra^j tSj-^ "^ jliii-' Wild duck. jLii: Milk mixed with much water. To render (a land) green (rain). o. ^ The The Fox-co!oured chief (horse). Verdant meadow. th. To render a. Seed- ya^ ^^i. o.^^\j^^'-. Generous lord. To dash upon its pi'ey (fal: con). o. tj^^ Daphne. ^^i._^k> ^ '\'_r^ ^ . Blackish colour (in men).i>. of a ^a'^^i-h 'J^\ To obey. Immense (sea). meat and wine. To fit Ix^ i Jiai. To dye o's self (with ^ ^. To eat green To bend a. .'s self. To cut off (the thorns of a tree). Ash-colour (in horses). jyi^}\j ^^ai-Vb «jl-^J' Verdant. To be green Green. Greens. Uncir- Bent.' -Sbend (a branch) without breaking it. ^>iii-. iS-^'j 'Ir^ 'lr<a» Unrevenged (blood). To be dark (night).<a>-. He was blessed in it..

. th by making a mark upon it. Lustrous pearl. submit. Equinoctial Meridian. To stop (the * ^. Unwatered ground Jajiki ^ *ia4». i Wooden ruler. life. Sea. To streak (the sand wind).— sin. To write a.* 5P. «--iiVl 'Jai. to wet a. To trace the boundaries of.' paint her brows woman).' Large o>i-a> t %<»> crowd. Green plant. Streaked. Dust *i-ali raised in a battle. o. f.. Comforts of Rainbow. To make a ^ laiT a mistake.' Arbate-tree. To draw lines. Relation.^' ^ -^LiT -i. <• To •<>-To JjUii-^ Jai.Jjivij ^i-.scab- Drawing lines. To be *Jarii. To charge a. ^ tractabl<^.' lying between two lands rained upon.' The serpent.Li. luxurious (life).IL. Wine.JsUai-. wet. Abundance. To jLai. JaiLi' Weaver's ruler for mar. cy. lj»lai. obedience. Jaiai. To send forth foam ling pot). To moist. Furrow. a 'slLij Vki. 'l^s-lVl "iai-' To bi moist. ( ul. Dripping ^i. s (x^ljj hh^j iLi' with an error. ^ ii^' P>«a» Gurgling of the bowels of a horse. line. To To To To cut a.' j flLi-' To fail. Handsome (boy). ^ j^ ^ o!Ai) C-ai a . Course.^>j Uiai-'i ''^ -fr Small water-melon. ^.l». street.' <• Paint for the eyebrows. J»^isi' •(>• a — ^ 'h> Lowly. way: robber).'* To crumble (di-y t'aingsj.aivi jLakiJI a The equator. Lowly. To wear out (its . Ignorance. To swagger. . eat a. th. Calligraphist. o/iC^ 'iai-'j <J^_j^ -ia^ Ts autograph of the Sultan. Boiled wheat. To eat (httle of To dig (a grave).' Afiair. (boi- ^a Uai' Leading a luxurious life. To register A JaLi a. His hair begins to become LilJI gi'ey. th._^> J f'^lai). JQ^VI jl^l 'Ja> 'JaiT ^^ ^i-j J^j Jii> Quarter of a town. Battle.' ChiromanHand-writing. Geomancy. Bustle of a tight. Subduing his equals. Line. Cs'. JaLaJ To be streaked (face). To grow forth (down of a Submitted to evei'y one. tattoo. Jaia^ ^ xLi' way of acting. ( \"\ 0) \^ jji^ To appropriate a. isi-jaiij To tattoo o.h J^-^ i Drawing lines.7~ 'iai- Juicy (roast meat).'Jai-' J-^^J J4»i Ground first occupied by a settler. th. To make tlie survey (of a town}. ^ -ir Main part. itJii. Spear.''3 self. Kind of beads. Sharp dagger. ^jLai. l}^. Sword. f-O.*^ 'Jaiv» king cloth. To paint o. th. with blood (sword). streak. Finnan. Bountiful (man). Thoroughfare. tattooed. obedient. Sorcerer. disi. To break wind.«-ai-j — — cut a. Paint for the face. «!»>' . To write with (a pen). 9. ^ JJai-'\j J-ai To be moistened. th. Submissiveness.i^iai o Lai To put marks on u Cki-' o 'Jai' -tt- -ft- a. To lay colours (on her face woman).Z. li--aiLuxurious land. bard: sword). youth).^jai-' ir 'liiai-' ^ ^iai^ ted. wj. Uii. th. : ^— fi> — food). Middle. To commit a fault. Easy.vi. fi> j. Murmur of a torrent. Hone.'s brows. Moist.-^ To survey (a road)..>o. Quality. \j ^\.^ [ be tufty (tree). Having a depressed neck (horse).i^l. To do wrong. th.^\j C-ai fit give a part of goods to. wet (body). Leaving footprints on the sand. -^ To groove (a column).

. Yellow oCLi ^ :c3CJai. o. Speech. high in 'sj^W o jl»-' i To converse 72J\i-Jj Clki S wJ?Uwith. Transactor of a marriage. To be strea. To address a.Li-'j To waddle. j — To come within reach of (game).' a pity. Preaiher.>. affaii' important ^^a^ ^ wJ«i-' or not. J^\ To be the equal. the way). preacher. To * iii ^y li To converse together. A— ^ cjiLi •^ Letter.] To lay (a wager).'.' — To become yellow. mistake. Thing.'j ._Jai Green wood-pecker.iyki.' > . sin. marriage. taken.a Sentence delivered on i_ili»JI Jla» proofs and oaths.kj. to make a mistake. To remember a. o. Legal jurisprudence._jai. It is v^ oli-iii-'j uiai' ^ -tt-j llJii. error. <.' Sin. bridegroom. sermon. To bet with a.'j l^4ai marriage To wag the ^ Oil»ij To — To (camel). give (a To shake walking. Bridegroom.'s mind. ragus. a— To tJai! . >' »_. To occur to a. a fault.'s self. to risk a.' marriage. Oratoi-. To ally by (a tribe). To brandish (a spear). the fingers). ^ ^^ w-^iii-' w-l»V9- Asking a woman in 'CLi. Sin. o. be streaked with CLi-' a ^k> white or black. To ask a ^b'di k-J»-il jeopardise o. i _4»>' "^ He asked in «{>-To of him his sister iLrii *I3l. the rival of. u. Rhetorics.|a>' "^J "^rt^J ^t^J Wrong.' ^ »CLi. Second person {in ijrammar). th. Green leaves of the acacia- To preach : JjlLi-'j 'xXii^ Jiai. What do yo« want ? \\Tiat dJ^thi.' Sinner. To discourse on. ^"^^ "^ To be eminent. Bitter plant resembling aspatree. To be of a du.' lead a. To miss (the butt. Mis- ^ J^\i. o for. back a. important.'ilaij To go beyond (the mark A ll^uj : Betrothing.' betrothed woman. To happen o. A _^i t ^ woman in marriage. oCJai^ woman. to vibrate Cffki. To commit a i^U-j «lLil Usil mistake.'s self in (event). Opening of a discoui'se. oCAk>j *:hi.' U is the cause of yom' aflair ? Bride. m. tail J _^l. ^ ~ To be in danger (sick man).G Jj Jc ji *5 U. into 5 U>li5j llJjj — Dusky yellow. ^ sdai-' To be wrong. Cause of an affair. intentional fault. 0. t_ilLi1 ^ wJai Discourse. Little of. error. i) — To change o. (thought). To assume colour : (wheat). ^ C\^Jai^ — To o Jai^ . s'lLi. marriage to To quiver. Preface of a book. ^(i-J To ask woman) ( '<^J CJai-' in marriage.k>1 ked with green. jl JCj 0^^' come back to the mind (thought). — — (spear). INfissing 'Jal^' ^ lUaUmark (arrow). To be aftianced. preacher. th. to become a 5 ^Uai-' wW ^lai-' colocynth striped with green. to the mind (God). »--it^' -^j ^r^h^J v-^* arrow). Missing the '^Jik» Sinful the mark. Betrothed. I Dusky yellow. . To risk o.6. Dusty green.' j^i^i? ^ t_^\lai. in v'. Hawk. rank. 'VJai-'j »'Jai \lai. mistaken. *r. uCJai-'j ^Jiil To be.j <-j — woman) to.s life. Betrothal. To bring J._jai. Wrong.Betrothal-present. ^ to deliver an exhortation. I'aise (the hands.sky colour. tjai Bride. th.4Q i^ jl Js. 'ULi. i ^ij>l < To warn a.

^ — ii-*' «35?^ The wulf.]\ — (lightning). ^ of night. Having pendulous ears (ewe).. iiLi. Darkness bridle. Dangerous.'3-j To waddle. jiJI i — - Woad Danger. of Syria. ^ < •^ 4- a^^d. iiJU\i- As-j Lightness. Dangerous. Equal in dignity. ^ to muzzle (a a.' ^ — Swaddling.' o. Hound. <> 'J^S To *^><r J jLi 1j . Heart. elopement.^>' ^ ->^^' tons. Momen. J& ijkt.^b Jk\i-i) j>^^^ ^jk'^ i!_>. To relate false news. jiLi. Misfortune.)I Ji_^W'vi- Snare to catch gazelles.' fancy. :^Li.' Sling. To put (a string) ^ fi. Jk»1 jLi^Vl Name To of a christian poet. ^^ o_^b.' a ^ _. snatch away Sj A ^iLiClj — wealth. Lion. He gave spontaneHe disobliged him.' Sophism. Spear.ia>. •Jj^isi-' wii_. o by.Li-' a. Swift. body).i . Grapnel. jeopardy. away.\^ ^^k^ Jt J^Vj oV'i. o^i^Si. Quickness. ravish the mind. th. -tf- ously.]/ uf Large measure _^iai. Occurring ^iaVji-' ?. Dog. J^^ J wikl>-' -r -%ri J^ -<> •<> Passer by.' camel) with. agglomei'ated on a camera Hanks. To become flaccid delirious.' -il- speak much. o_. jlLi-' Swarm of locusts. To Strutting. be i-apt in ecstasy.' e^ySiii'jyS>- ^/S Snatching. jUii-l ^ ^jai. Over- thee. (fever).^ Cjai-' to (a bow). [plant). uv'ixi. Pair.^ bet on. To leason falsely. i>. -^ Good pleasure. To ravish a.k\i- ^j-. Moving SjiLi-' the tail (she-camel). consoled him.Ji»- showed regard to I]j ^ wi-Li. ^ -^j C s ^Y ) ^^. Length. o'^Sai^ Suggestion (of Satan). jLi. Stake a race-course. Idle talk. kind . Milk mixed with water. o.jJs-^Uai.' Limb toi-n off. Culai..jL-i. <>• Rapid walk. ^iiali-'j Food made of flour and milk cooked. To J Walking quickly. As it pleases of. To silence i of. of swallow. To blind a. a taiitt-' "^ deafen ( the To make a jc _. Dangers. Perfumer. Rope. Oily ointment. Stupidity. iron-hook. Branch._^1 Walking quickly. D iij. ^'.l»Uj — — was offended at. Important (man). Enclosure for camels.U I To snatch ear).jiLi-t Noble. He got his consent. Jai: j . To walk quickly. Heart-broken. Perfumer.(Jiir i ^Li.' a. (camel'. o. Ballista. Dirt Ciiai. th. rapine. ^1.>. Loquacious. S^»' ^ _^i. ^j^\j ^\^ji\ <> Snatching. jlki'l walk quickly snatch leave a. Large number of cameLs. Satan.a Ji»i. j\Li. wiLiif a. Elevation. Coarse (clothes. rank. risks. .' <> •> oUa> uilLi-' ^ •^ He He He He condoled him. halter. Ravisher. Cat. th. or.^* Loquacious. fi> ^Lhi. Foolish.' Once. ^_. To ^'a.' Recovery. o. sake. stealthily.' -f^j o^Li wi-iti-' him. -^ Journey. o»ia>-' Theft.' To To To To To To To dazzle. Be good enough to. »_. equal. one time. long (garment). to utter foul language. To strike the nose To dis- fi> — Gossamer. On account For thy sake. comer. Skipping (arrow). To sew up the edges ( of a skin).U. «_. Threat.Warning gives to a newspaper. _iLi.^^^ ( thought ). nobility. -i> *I^i. eminent.'id-jj ( ^ be skin). Lost jiii-' (arrow). s ^ilai. jk^-* vS^' Sja>- "^ grace a. jLijj Good bye. ^ — at 5 ^ki'l fi> miss game (shooter).

Long-nosed. ^ J^{ jr-^ yellow leather. Nose. tre. affair. To snatch and throw ^ 'iji' a lii^ ^ a. swift. To be To affected with QJ^ a r-^ -^ tremb'ing of the knees (camel). oU» ^ — Beak (of a bird). of. nipple-wort [plant). Scanty-bearded. to lean. Unimportant. pig). Light. incline. Light-hearted. Nose (of man). o. th. hght-witted. ^l»'iiiJ* s . to make steps limit). To lower <S^. fleshy. . full of lions near steps. Sleeveless shirt. To step.' o Uai' "^ ( <> To trespass upon Having charge Sharp-minded. Measure of 6 feet. <) ^ To relax (disease). o. ( UUic.' "tt" a. Muz/. th. Small troop. ( To cry (bustard. th. To be the voice. Nimbleness. To produce a rustling ^ . th. To become still. c-ii To alleviate. ( opp to jij ) sli. Speechless dying man). o. Rue {plant). Sole of the foot- bind a halter on a camel's nose. To be light-minded. to walk.j Ui. ^j ^^ s \^' o. ^ia5>-'b OJai.j^iii. hyena. new clothes. To fail (rain) To be To de- crease (wealth). ^' To relieve a. ^^ y Step. To cease speaking (dying man). To To ^j enliven To To a Jlii-0 Claii-'j walk at a quick pace. tj^il\ lii. 'S>-j_ To rush on. oUi-. < Undress.. Gracious. find (a burden) light. space between 'iJaij Cj\yh two foot- Swamp Coofah. L»>' nimble in work. To be Debauchee._il> a. ^jJo- Light. kind. Poetical (wn. Bill. rrdi-j in an easy condition. Wolf.c4G^ To be less cloud. a Jai'b To overreach a.to read silently. o. Ogre. o. Cry of the hyena. ilai-' ki-j Pumice-stone. Foolish. Cxi> — To be Vjj. Time. To To act briskly. Slightness. Affected with trembling of the ^il knees (camel). To be compact (llesh) To become fat (man). \jJJi ilii-' a. •{To wear an undress. o Jl* -K- To make little account To disregard a. Jl^ ^_^} xli-. beast). . Weak (plant). nimble. — •^ To be light-footed. brisk.' — light-handed. o. To spUt (a water-skin). — ^lUi Trembliug of the knees (in ca. To travel without encumbrance. o. Momentous Swiftness. Step. .a Foot of a camel Boots iti oi' »jUi. Boot-maker.'l ^^ '^ '_«-' xli. to lighten fi> lii-'lj . Mark on a camel's nose IMarsh-raallow. or a. to defend. Bow-string. To hasten. s - garment). silent ( voice ).le (of a Lightness. \ To ostrich. To make a. To lii'! have light beasts. To die suddenly. To blame a.»^jj — o cJUj . down.' mels). deshabille. sagacious little Light-' landed. Black. to escort a. To destroy house ). paper new To fatten a. Rustling of Fat. Brisk.>i' Hyena. Lapsana. unimportant. ^ ^i>^ me- Nose-rein of a camel. Water. active. protect.j Ui' light. Crooked. sprightliness. To wear boots. render oii. unsteadiness.

To lower (a camel's To abate ( the head) for riding.o jaii-' To soften (the voice). To be thrown prostrate on the . ^jUi-'^ ijiUi Weak-sighted. th. Lowered (voice). shyness. To walk still i. To with a kesra. Compliant. To o.-ii. To set (sun. To break wind (beast). 5 ^liil be contracted (liver). To be nearly over (night). Easy (life). th. Escort. Nyctalops. empty (place). protector. ^ humbled. inflect (a word) brightly head in drowsiness). To pi'ostrate and trample fi>j s jS^ upon a. To be lowered (voice). for i J^\ Joii be lowered (price).^j 5 — To beat up (eggs). to a. j^ To become easy (affair). with a. quiet. uii. send an o. To abate (price of goods). o. J^y^i J^* cr«-ii-' Wild oats. for ^X~i. o.' o — To fly ( bird ). — j^ To To hold foul language hold foul. escort with a. jom^ Bashfidaesg. Easy (Ufe). To slap a.sk for his hire (guardian). o iS**- ~ To be price of ). To be perforated (lung). Caii. Bat. To i blow (wind).'-JV To sink down. To be ^i-ji^ near to swoon. To be CS^' — -<>• To throw a. <j~^^->\ Blackbeetle. To lower jiil (stars). quiet (life). To eat * — ( To fall in a swoon. j^S^ v! j'i^'JJ '^yp'-i jk?" modest (woman). o. Sentry. C«i> To be flaccid (joints). s shocking ^i^j Cii-' i — — speech. To circumvent ^ 0>a>j a. To quiver To move about (mirage). To flash (lightning). wave (curtain).( ^•^^ ) \^ To abash. To 5 — To a. To To /*> C<aii-' i jali-' -S- To incline To shine (the to setting (stars). Cuii-'j To have the liver contracted through hunger.lli> ^ JJ^\ SmaU-eyed. <>• To bi-eak (a covenant). -^^ ^i Kesra. To be CiSi a ^> weak-sighted. S3^»J »J^ Defender. To be uprooted (tree). defence.to laugh at.J*> "^ throb (heart). ^ To be altered (water). broad. SjUi-'j J^ a'jtC Easy (life). to defend a. star). To be jaJ^ be disappointed^ (hunter). Easy. soften (the voice). o._. To become €. lo ^i>lj Vjjii-J CUii-'j UiiT o . jas> Pai-tlcle commanding a kesra. . to. To be jaiv-X To have recoursn protection. tb. To fulfil (a compact). VjSjo-i ^j. o. th. Depi'essed place. jioDi Sjl**-' J 'S^ ^ confused (maid). SjUij The Humbler (God). (hunger). Protection. To a> jA* facilitate a. a. Wine mixed with much water. To flutter. to (swoi'd). to humble a. To patter (sandals).J^'J^ watered. To protect. To Ci> a ^i-' -S- little of.-JisJ ground. tr . i To drink little or i^i-b u-^>' much water. To To nod faU. Mj^Ii-' jr-'l^'j «3^' > Bashful. a — _4> To remain in a place. wave (flag). Cii> To be small-eyed. To To deject a. vowel-accent. shy. To be contracted (hump). » Cii-' o ^_. ^ . r•l^^'b J^*J ~ -^' ~ Hire of a watchman. ^j j _^> To wall (a town). ^— To bo easy (life).) ^jJ^Jb ~ "^ To destroy (a building). to die (man). jy>^ To scofl' . 0. night-bird. To see only by night. o. J'^K. circumcise (a female). <>• To To betray a. Ground easily CiiJI iolU. To end (a "word) with a ^jalij kesra. To pull down (a building). o jili-' -^ i_. jjj. gently (camels).

(bii-d). Destitution. Jil ji^j To show. oUli-' :jii>.'^ CJi.' Vinegar.i. . W^eaned camel.iil 'CjU-Jlj wijl>i-' J>JI *. To be Inborn quality. Path in J>Vi:j '>1 ^ 'Ji. Insane.To dig (a well). penetrate in. To To be remiss To forsake (a place). Crack-brained. To be entangled (business).' -^ To render a. jii. o. Confused run of horses. (God). a. th. To give sweet herbage to *> ^U-' o — (camels ). Palpitation (of the heart). Interstice. (• ^ xlji-' Jl^'l «> 3>- Well. To be concealed. 'Jil To become sour (wine). apparent. o as an emperor. To To act friendly injure a.. To be ^y^[ disordered ( mind ).^UiTa. The East and the W^est. -^ To apply a seton to. th. jli. To pierce a. ojl^i. To be in want of.j jii' (cooking-pot).ji2!l GuiT Unsound- J^ ^ ^ jli-' Robber of graves. with (a spear). jilj^Jlj oUsii-JI Broad in the fore-part of the jui. covering. The four cardinals points. Broad sword. j ^ (rain). '^' To become poor. Secrecy. Setting points (of the stars). 0. s^il ^ 'Ui. 0. jJli-. To be circumscribed use a tooth-pick. ^ii: -^ Sultan of the Turks. To be lean. Acid wine. The genii.'s self. Disorder. <>• To i fi> To To prostrate — quiver (looming).' i ~'j>: loose (pulley). th. -^ Humbug. Fleet (she-camel).' To turn (wine) into vinegar.fr *A*i-J *5i» Lank in the belly (horse).'j >U. ^ Hole. to <^j <^~ — disappear. To di-' boil fast CtJi. gap in the ground. Vein in the neck. The eyes. t_. o. Need. Veil. fingers. *— i_i -^Todisguise o. o. — — Secrecy. poor To want a.' Wide delusive desert. To pierce a. ^ ^'1 leave off 5 Calamity. ness. Intimate friend.'s provisions sumed. Thicket. To flutter jlsil (flag).Ts destitute (man). jlijj 'ijo.' the sand. Swift- running (horse).5'i « Feathei's of a bird concealed ol_^ under the wing. To specify a. bold a woman. J'^. Genii. Light and j-2iii pickle a. To make a. th. a ^i1 Jj>-3 conceal o. ^ become friends. eJ^s. Defect. To To To To mix crowd. self. To let (water) flow in the interstice of the beard. To slit (the tongue).'^ oCjCi. -^ Seton. the devils. To flap its wings con» ^ To have a. gap. Secret. To flash (light- (^'j ijii. to disorder in.> J^^-^ J^ii-J* lii-' a. ^JL«i. To A Jci\ kill a. in a ^jSi\ — J — to fi> Uii. Fat. J— ^ To faU in a. COi-'j ollii-' There is neither evil ^^j ji nor good in him.'s ^^Ifil -^j J^icl\j To make vinegar with.' Ja^ bring out a. To To become sour.^ To conceal o. foot. To To disclose. To pin the skii^ts (of a garment).' To pickle (dates). (in prayer). The calyxes of flowers. To appear. -^ — ning). To pick (the tooth). i^^fedl *li>1 j^ll .'s self . To conceal a. ^li-i become sour (wine). To elect a. th. Thong. th. Touch of insanity. The secrets of the hearts. th. oVkstiJI J5>3^-" jiii. ^iUJI j ^Sm^j u>. o.J OUii-J OVSii.JCrack. (in secret). Flags. to be latent. o V5Uj ':S\p-J CJii towards. Shabby garment. to lay hid. . Lean. banners. th. th.' o 3>-' -f^ To become destitute. j^ul ^ Bed of a torrent. Evil. Secret. th. to unveil a. 5 Jl. Rent in a garment. strap for striking.

fi> . talous.ji-Jii-j ken. Medley.' Palm-rope. to remain )S^' o I3>ji> jJU. friend. th. the Patri- Unsuccessful business. jokes. o. Schooner.J^ Remains of food between — heath-pea. Qi To with the claws ( o »_.Membrane of the liver. To bare (a bone). arch Abraham. Scabbard of :ai. Mountebank. Inside of a house. Deceiver. To retain a youthful appearance (old man).. Thorny tree.^1 To be shaken. ^^ » — To busy the mind (affair). o.Ii. fi>j s T^i. Eye-lid. Pith of palm-tj-ee. fool. Sincere love. ^ ^>U-j uMij Cii o — To be siUy (woman). ^ J^S^ t-jliiJI . To put on an anklet. o. Fleet horse. Ligthning without rain. Rope.. beast). soft words. s w. Muzzle of a young camel. for \tj^ * — another. Orobiis tuberosus. Pierced. To branch off shake. Wretched. rr^ ^ r-li-' Food and drink. to stir a. Wheedling. Foolish (woman). Gap in a tank. Mu-e. J r-'^Silj ijJi'iJ (business).' ^ jii staple food of camels._. Disordered (aflfaif). Between.' c^'j -y^J i. To strike a. To busy mind the oj lu.»Ji. coaxing._ji »J[> effect. RadLsh. Bank of a river. ^ Uncompact (army). Sincere friendship. To be GJU. Qi a »j4i To be miry (water). ?i-lil To wound a. Reaping-hook. Destitute. Unripe dates.'rp. Falsehoods.\j <^ rJti' to pull out a. Jyi' Instrument for piercing. Friendship. entice a.j ^_JU. \j ^d-j ^_jSt_i5u. <>• Ankle. To be scattered (army).j *5U a "^i -* moving. ^J^ by ij^j s ^^-lU.'i ^ J^U \\"ooden pin. -(f- iiw>i. jG oil J>U. poor. th.' — a youth woman). The friend (of God) e. -r d^^ Vanities. To wheedle a.j — To be spoiled. «. brained. To Ai-'j deceive a. Ji-XhxJ^ To kneel without (camel).' To Lie. To i clutch its prey ( : lion ). Jj i'>U Said of a promise without Wheedle. Destitute. <- To fit ji-JLi-'-tf- — To move. a. .J^U-j SJ5u.' -ii(beast).. River.ii-' Lean and crack'^'\ :^*i d jli. sViiiti'Vii Strait of the sea. uH^' True . Tooth-pick. Sweet herbage used as the jU. o. Deceitful. »JU. ^i. o 5 — To wink to a. Ujiij «>U. To make low Mischie- tricks.«xi!iU. clutches.'j y^^U-' ° -« vous child. s To abide place). s rr^Q. Vine-leaf. . :d>. th. jLj Canal. wj^'^^ .5-llj . To be disjointed. 0.j^lii-J a cr=>.'j ^ — onii-'j •CUT 'r^^ i^hJ O^li-'j ^^Ai-'j ^]\iK» ^J^ ^J^S" Claws. '^-J" Unsound of mind.' -H- Surroundings of a country. To drag himself . captivate To last long. To contract the eyebrows. . j^>U. Enticer. the teeth. to be refractory (river). *l!Ai'j :J>U. Variegated. i Pickles.1 r-> J>^-j ji» ir a sword. Silver anklet.' -i^ for ever. -^ Great canal of Cairo. oUtii'j To keep To leave to a place (man). To be sha. in (a Ji^j j loU. To drag. with (a sword). 0. Species of thistle. Poorer. Flint-stone. To wean fit (a Vehemently thirsty.5 along (paralytic). •^ ^ jJilj . or a. Female friend. o. th.' a tpXi^ broken with fatigue.' ^ Jikii' Ji-J-U! Unsteadiness.1 ^ wU To reach a very old age (man)* Claw. to stir a.Rainless (cloud).

Purified (gold. a. o. o.\ Cs>^ o a — Cai>- y^ii- To save. freed from. to v_j ifc Jali. j/iyT j — To be blended Aj ? Cl»>U j liaJG-^ JJviwith. To eat noxious food (sick man). A y ^Jli . ^ To be free from. For ever.-S-{ To be finished. Pea. To be cleared from (the dregs). To worship God sincerely. ^/4^l To mix.jali^ To select a. Earring. Bracelet. ^j the flesh i}. th. a. green and partly for diy x^y^j Choice part.lj?JI rocks. (wolf.'- Flying opportunity. To be saved. (head). To J|_. to appropriate A . a 4- debt. To reach a. The Supports of a pot. (disease). conscience). th. Hoary (hair). o. Let me alone.iit J J4_p. A— Herbage partly ^^>Ul.r4^ Sincere. To extract fi^ Thought. lasting. The mountains. (affair).'s people. 4.White. devotedness. Sincere friend. ^ To save o. butter). ^ jiil To retaliate. fit soi^ ^ Sjiij — To extract the best part of.. to To embezzle defi'aud. ^ To s ^d. Sincerity. unmixed. embezzlement. Sin. Lark (bird).^jj^ ^ cere. "^^i i.i>5ili-' To become hoary be partly (plant). Continuity. Theft.' -)^ mingle a. Mole.' oLiU-'j yai* fi*esh and ^^-dij . Para- i_^j aiiT To pay postage on ( — dise. Medicinal extract. th.' To act sincerely with. by force. th. Jaiiiij Jaiil To be pure. ^lioUj ^-J^ The Saviour Jesus-Christ. field-rat. Cock of mixed breed. otf a. To carry a. To select a.i^ To pay 4•^ a. to fi-ee a. ^\^ ^i-.jJU-'^ ilii Mixture of white and black. To take To get back from. jj cjlajlii!) fi> Dog. To discharge (o/s To render To lean Aj » jlilj jli a. ^ ^^ti-i To get rid of. pi). . Lentil. deceit. with. '^^y^ ^ Down-i'ight. Bean. th. Pure (colour).jjJ)^ Salvation. s?"^^ To perpetuate towards. a» U> ^ jOi.'s soul. Rob of dates. give a discharge to. iLi ^ — To give sincere (advice) ij — s j to. To infect a.' To be slack (horse). Mulatto. Redemption.jJ^ partly dry. ( ^^— ^j«^i. To mix (cattle). Genuine. th. Swindler. (j. th. by To snatch a. (a letter) . Substance of a dis^SifeOI Ziyicourse. a ^^ . Refined. Discharge of an account. th. Vigorous Keeping to a place. lasting (God). jJi. J . . To act sincerely with o. To claim. jJJ^l -^^j jIW* \si^^ _. th. i^j • soul. ( ^Y Y ) j:^ a. To contend together stealing a. a Scrofula. from obligation.o — ger). Pure. silver). th. away from. .j^\ To cheat. ^(iC! •^ To release o. devoted (friend). -^ Final sentence of a court. To refine a. To have iatercoui'se with. -^ End. o.j i^>U. Ca^jU' o y^xU. (God). purified gold. To part from o. th. ^5U' *. Ckii^ i JaU. . a. Free. To ex- tract the best of.j^X^[ a. duty on goods ). To recover ili ^U' ic stick faithfully to (a friend). To *j i ^jAi-' clear a. To fall upon a. To be disordered in mind. To have (sincere love) for. To Receipt. ji _^1 The Canary Islands. Faded (plant). To be saved from (dan. To suit a. o. To be broken in (bone). th. J.ti' -Jt- a.jk C»>ii. Eternity. o. Mind (old man).' To be delirious. th. ever- th. th. To elect a. Vigorous (old man). unmixed. <>. o. a. uii jSiJij ujli Eternal.

Cast (garment). to retrieve jcj J ali' A— of honour. shoes). divorce (o. To be intoxica ted.Jxi. Pickled meat.ship.stripped of o. JaliiiJ. Robe a3 a of honour received gift. immoral life. stripped of its . o. Any mixture. ^ . Shameless. To be disordered in mind. H^'^i^ »liaii. take the property of. interfering the place of. Society.Ju. o.«hroud (corpse). Debauchee. CiU. s ij^ i»iUt>j i^-^ SJ^jii-j: fi> To succeed a. Medley. xLii. foolish.'s wife).' Mixture of dates. o. s (she- camel). Deposed. The best part Partner. To be divorced for a dowry (woman). (a loss God). odour (man). f.'^li -^j To depart secretly. <ii>. ^leat cooked with aro- To be mingled. th. Preserved colocynth. (ii>' i his ^Mi' office. To release pull off a. ^iil behind. Repudiated (son). Jalij Jaii. To ascend a mountain. ^J o w-iii' -ft- two kinds of milk. Wolf. To be intense (darkness). worth. Mixed l>!Ai1 ^ Jai> dates. ^ 5 — To throw off all restraint. Foolish. •^ Paralytic. To To be dismissed from To be ^' -fy-j seize a. Promiscuous Jalli^j tJliO i»>^b ~ multitude. jf . Gambler. To be removed from office. (AiT a A^' -fttake off (clothes. The four humours of LU-j oHi^l <-j - J»!Ai1 the body. To leave (luggage) To snatch off a. To be the agent. Profligate. Rabble. Foolish. Intriguer. JaJL ialU Jaii matics. o. th. 0. New fruits CaiJ liiaJJ Jir^'l cJ^ To replace others. Disorderly. of goods.'s wife). To be luxated ^iu[ (limV. To become ^ ^' ungodly. Deceit practised in the tithe of cattle. Caii-' To be 6^ : (a beast). Ogre. He has not his father's fj\ ju Ji. To be . To be corrupt (taste. repair (clothes). To seed (corn-plants). To become fat (camel).To be relaxed (nerve). — To remain behind a. Mixture of clay and straw .!^ Flatterer. — To be altered in ^ili!_j xs^li-j milk). Loosened (limb). To luxate (a limb). Constant fear.ii. To be pregnant *j a. to repudiate fa son). 5 — To depose a. Partner. of Luxated. To divorce (o.j(ij To be displaced. Friend. Confusion.'j Medley.SL> cattle. Divoi'ce. 0.. subtitute man. Confused crowd of men and i. To take J^J ^*^ of. squint- a wiii^ eyed.'^ To dislocate (a limb). intriguer. Cmpanion. Disorder of mind. -^ Mess. w^' To send forth leaves. from (office). Crooked bow.' To be left-handed..'s (father). . fi-om behind. Insinua- ^'ji._ To disown. To divorce. ^ To lose the mind.'s wealth. To — stupid (young '^Ji^j *s>U.'j oft' < - Pell-mell. : o. put a pole (to a Sj fi> A — To be cast off by — family (son). Husband. To replace o. Neighbour. Mixed food. To leap the female (camel). A f.' Jal*^ Ja-ii-' ting man.' man). 'ojtlit — To act profligately. To s — Man of mixed race. ^ To To clothe a. To appoint as a suc- . First cousin. Intriguer. ^ To break a compact. with a robe s u A— ClC a To To To cause a. ^ 4*' tent).

blemish. else. Pole in the hinder part of a tent. a j. y — o. dissent. Road be'ween two mountains. To Encampment i^J^ find (water) to be sweet. Breach of promise. s '«i%j o jl> A j an axe.""s self.' . Male Delusive in his pro- ^ sei'pent. Vicar. Spoiled (wine). leave a. .j ^. Good To disagree with a. to be diversiw«iS>l fied. o^Ai^ without losing his wealth. Diversity. j. . goodly in sJi^' make (woman). o.- <iU. »5WI Jl. caliphate.' < -Hj of create. Contrnrily to that. o. Squint-eyed. Sleeve of a shirt. o. *.— fi^j mises. To di-aw water. To replace a. : Good silly. A> — To draw water for a. < To fi. '«jp^i ^iU-l To repair (a garment). Foolish. Province. Oyi»- Cj^i 1^^ to form a. jJo! Ij >Ji\iJi-^ To substitute one for another. To be fit. To be fine. Vicariate. To remain behind a. th. ] o>UI *ii>J «j5U. replacer.' of. Axe. out of nothing. To leave an inheritance. Succession of times. J — — To retrieve a loss. Bountiful ij:^ liii. Road. ( ^Yi ) ^J^ <>• Compen- ^u cessor. .l To take CSjii- the measure o JfJ^'j CiU. jii-b ^^j 5»jii-' o jii.j uli. j s ili^Uj *U&»i — upon ( an affair). To go to (a place) duruig the a. wiiiilj wiJQw To branch off.. th. replace a. False pi'ediction. Last <ii-j o>^>b *^' _iU. o.jSij To disagree together. on clothes. Disagreement. Uncontrovertibly. Vice. apt to a. To o. Patch siU. aSj^j even. J[ s — Women. . ^ Left-handed. the uJySj -uU. The shortest rib. Two things contrasting. plants.) lark-spur (plant). Torrent. 0. Difference.j li^U. To forfeit o. Egyptian -^ Other.l» To be To be smooth (wood). Willow-plot. as shortouU. Diarrhea. contrarious.'s word. afterwards. or teat of a she. ^ tJ>Ui> To return repeatedly the privy. sou.' — To compose (a disfi. li-^ from behind. To appoint a. To poUsh (wood). Remaioder of a tribe. course). -^ Otf-slioot. o. Wrong saying.U Substitute. ji worthless fellow.. ojii-' ' Tribe deprived of her warrioi-s. To bring forth (a child woman). people).!. S — Coming in succession ci>U-' ^ uH^ (time. agent. o. To to seize a. ffiiU-'j To ^U. zJ^'ji: (jii. -^ birth. To wear out (a garment). To aromatise a. Caliph. Behind. Foolish. oMi jji To send behind. foi' nothing.\i. Salix (egyptia. Delphinium.j s wiJu transgress (a law).j ju' o jii shabby (clothes). Aj lie). j and long. Different. To break a promise. ojiUJI ob^ !r >io^-" ob Disagreement. behind.jiu1 To To succeed. o.o^Ul ^ ^JiLj camel. two-headed axe. s — dli'i oSiij Childs^^itljl c-Sil :lJ5U The tree has put forth ^ » l':\ fruit. Water- iiJU. sation. of a tribe. To forge (a polish (wood).' supreme chief of Islam. j Udder. To disgrace ©. th. di-awer. To disobey a. absence of willo-w. To behave kindly with. as sue- s ^iiisiJ^ cessor.' J^\ taste of food. Edge ^ To To travail (woman).

'{. o. Aro-jji^i matised (wine). ji^'* Open country.. — Moral science ethics.' o "9^ To f. go. tf- Crowd.'i (God). To lead a solitary Inner part of the hoof. To become smooth (back of a jj^iil. Anger. Religion. -^ To preserve a. Creatures. ^— u— If i [ Praise to God thecn^ U-JI ^>1 -C«l 5jli best Worker. s5li-j ljA>'j syu..' Share of happiness. Constitution creation. paii'iiii less. th. To release (a prisoner). o. ('??. iLjZ. To deprive o. o. jJ.) '-^ i:^ Ol caldron. Except. *SJ — Moral character. th.' Creation. ^ I beseech thee [lit.•JU. smooth. th. 'Uli.) Female slaves. th. P empty (vessel).He lost his temper. if. Grease of sheep. To cease to.' ^^ Worthy of. Creatures. j^ To forge (a lie). A ^i ij To treat a. th. ^ siUspeak in private with a. To make a. *5\it j'-^ To clear a (place). o. ^ >U' >u Cj 51* Friend. Genei'ous.'s self of. To choose a.^) Jl^j i_j i'j ). — and beasts. ^c — To be lonely in (a place). <• C'Ountenance.! . th.'s self. or a. ^ j5>i»-l jii. J!Ai-1 ^ jUj jii' nature. ^ — The Creator 5 <>• (P/. able to. place) vacant. o — Lonely place. retire in private with. To let a. used root. th. of the forehead.. o friendly. To send a. To elapse (time).^^iii' P . o. jU. with shabby Cy S — Galanga. a x^i j. He is free from troubles. to a. J^'j J>U j-l>' |_^j. th. p. shining. place). oUiij S^ r ('"• /•) J^* J5U-' J>U. compound of saffron. -ti-i ^—^ 5 Ji\i. l^\^'j> ^ij ^U^ To be free from.*' To let a.j ^t ji-3 or a. good-natui'ed. May dil^i *»\ Shabby (garment). 3^i ^. Temper. U4^ ~ To quit a. Empty space. To retire apart by o. the most Powerful Even. 'l^llij '^^ Smooth part To be lonely. Polish. To get rid of. o. Prviy. *_ilj — To devote o. horse. <_j _j! men ^^IMi-' ^ :cLv> To be alone with a. C >^> He is dead.sk an interview from. Suitable. J>UV| Jit -if- ^ ^ . foi" making bowls. be lonely. Poor. To become even with ^ the earth (ruined house). Covert of a . To allow a. s — To have a private audience of. Wild thyme.:>U. — To get angry with a. (man. o. man^— ners of •fy- in a place. th. Nature. o. To keep to (a place). '>U. empty (place). To be vacant (place).'s self exclusively v-j to. to part from a. oUii^vj oVsJli-'P Sjl^iU-' «>U-'j I^U-' To clothe a. fitter. ^ j^. aromatic clothes. Well propox'tioned.' God preserve thee). Kind of heath ?«<. ^ To To To life. -^ ii^ I Smooth.'s self to an affair. Emptiness.' Solitude. o. Bravery. A ji^O — To assume (the temper. To find (a A — fit>j Yellow perfume.(Uij ^>ii1 gazelle. s jCiTo be lonely. It may be. it is likely that.t_. cloud). retire apart with a. J^^i To a. th. Interior of the palate. Bii-th. Ji. More -uU-'^jjul suitable.' -Wbe alone To disclose a. To discard a. To leave people alone. To o >ii. Habit. J* — To be perfumed. save. People. am clear from it. Large copper o$9^ r ^^' ^ -fr Jl> Clj A s. He is gone. d\j <^~ — To apply o. Quite alone. or a.

Bag for green herbage. oCi-j o^ti-' . Nose-bag. To become corrupt (morals). To be quiet and still. To leaven ' The it. old furniture. th. retired place. To To milk A Us-' — (a she-ca- To be near o.'s face. Argemone. To put (barley) in a bag. ill Jii To speak solute. 'yi-'l ^ ('«•/•) 'j'i Of bad morals. f\iTo eat the remains of a meal. subside (anger). To abate (fever). To put firewood under a cooking-pot. to glut. Recess. a. o. Empty.a. '\j i (the dough).'s To sweep cleanse mel). a — To To unbridle (a horse). To deceive s Jii To cause a. Rubbish.^ ^%'^a r cA'^ Large ship. J. o. unawares.To cut (herbage).'s self. To keep to milk-food.:5Ai--^-^-j s>^i-. To stink (f^^'j U* o 'j^' ^ (meat).»>' * CUT Ji-' ^ away (blazing).J^ Sluggish. th. To explore (a country). to speak. to be altered (milk).. dishearten a. to a. a. To cut To veil o. To abound in herbage (land). Heart from hatred. o. o. Free from.' To snuftie. To withhold (a testimony). To be unaware of (news). *^7C\ To feel hatred against a. Temple (amongst Druses). ^s. oy^ t_jQ To deceive a. o. of a. (disease). \ ( gift. o. Free. Elapsed. Stinking. apart. <> To To veil o. i ( -<>• i ^ . ^ *^' oj 'j^ design). To brood a Hen-coop. th. th. Dying away (fire). free Broom. Refuse of the people. The hens have been ^-W-^' !«» ^ To plot against. To bear rancour ^ti-5 To sweep (a house). — infect a. o. To die tS^iij iXi' a Ju. To » . as a Remains of foad eaten in hope xi<^ii fi> ( ( . To \y^ a _j^ Scythe. 5 — To be changed. careless. J>uVl rrX'y-J centuries dX/'-^^J *3feJI Oj^t elapsed. To leaven (the dough). leaven the dough *ii>. xVi^ To be exhausted CsU^' a -^ Milch-camel.se. To give wine to a. To take a.To praise a. J * — To prostrate a. j>T-*h ?rt*i-' s^' ^ it Bee-hive. corrupt. <> ( (a house). To o* be ashamed at. pi'ickly poppy.io o ->. 0. o. To veil a. To s — son). '^»i' j '-•'^j '^ -^. To allay (the flame). Divorced. Privy. a. ( >Y Without. in to. To be corrupt (meat). To give a. dis- i — Bachelor. Vegetables.s^iiT jr To conceal. th. OMi-' ^ 1^ rr »'i^ Solitude. 'Qi-b o^li*^ -r i^4» Bachelor. Praised. To abscond. through fatigue or disease. . To Garden without trees. To put on a muffler (woman). Hole for covering embers. To To cut off a. th. ^. o.» abscond. of heavenly recompense. Fresh herbs. To faint sick perTo cut herbs (for cattle). Spinster. th. Milk just drawn. to hide ^ \j'^ o ^ii^ -8. To be cut (herbs). •^ To be disheartened bridle (a horse). Out of the way. a sale. to sing ^iU^' -^ through the nose. To a well). to die (God). To keep a secret). To mingle with pervade hou. o. eat slovenly a. confined in their coop. To cleave to o.

Cij^ii. ^ti\ ^x^' Pentagon.. the main body and the two wings.iit>» e'jjik'i )• j^iitJ -fr To take the i3 U '.' ^'Ja To make a false pretence.' ^ ii. Crowd.'s goods. together.* Pentecost.\ L' < _^ iL^' Fifth part. Whiteheaded (beast). ^ Fifteenth. Five cubits long (spear). Any intoxicating c^^i-j j'-^ Golden jubilee. five ^ To '. Hollow part of the sole. To cut oft' (a limb). J Cai: reduced (swelling of a wound). th. They are both o-Ci-'l si^ j li* closely united. 'tSj^. Dregs of wine. . They {the ca- CtC^ ^/jj Cplii: j'aij 7nel. inri. . Intoxicated.*i-' worn by men and women. Fermented. To render the s iioi-^j (^'^i. tavern. j\^ To scratch. ^^lo-lV VLlii. of camels every five ^^J^ .Dough. Press. To Five spans high (boy) Fifty. be fermented ( beveTo be leavened (dough). a fifth. secretly. Thicket. Yeast. o. "ij^j "i'jS- Mat of palm-trees. Brovra. Screen.*j. Suffering .^i-' SjV^ ji>ii-J» Addicted to drink.Five and five. ^ki « — Remains of intoxication. To twist a rope with five strands. jCd\ Five. Sea-shell.ssel for leaven. Hunger. Leavened el^^j-'j -f^ bread. Screen.•'. Formed (girl).jiiX ^j jUi Public-house. be in the number five. Muffler. To amplify (verses). Fifteen. To be - To dissipate (darkness of the ^\iC> night).iuJ >• together.' ^ by scratching. Black-bordered cloak ^SX^i. five years old rage). -^ A swine. c — To To ^_^ii1 have camels watered every u^li>- fifth day. ^ oy'J. \Vhitsunday. ^^-liil ^ ^4. jl s Cii' o ^ii' i - fifth part of a. crowd of men. To ba ^ii-jlj . Slight o. : of wearing a veil Ve. u-ir*' Company of men.' jt XL^ ^ii-' fi'om hunger. To make a. wine-colom'ed.' o belly lank (hunger). Way Thursday.. ^jj^>. Fifth. fj^ jt^ Sweet wine.^^ki_. Watering days. Sweet odour.^i»ul CA-A^i-J C\-Aa j '. j Ferment. Hot wind of Egypt. •<> Magical figure. wound not mulcted. «S«^'1j J^*i ^i' ^ j<^. a Ci. JJ^ . _.cru_i. Sirocco. of five letters (noun).'j Ct'^ o i ^ii-' to slap (the face). To beat a.>j I Empty-bellied. Wine merchant. Mark h ft on the face Jij^i. To be hungry. * o-*^' five-cornered.i-JI j. cowi'y ( ^^i-Jj un. To shrink from. giddy.^lii. To be empty (stoC^ii'a ^^'j mach). Grapes. Affected with the vapours of wine. Musquitoes.jli.s) leave in the morning hungry and return in the evening satiated.% Oi-yU^^h Cri-rCkJI a Wine. and fermented drink. Upland. i>. gnats. pentagonal. — the fifth to fi>j s Cii-' complete the number five. . J^\ To be turned into wine. Small brook. ^^^ul ^ ^aiil To use deceit._^»> the van and rear-giiard. Stealthily. Vintner . Army composed of five parts .' conspire secretly J^i _.

. To be faint (voice) Laugh or tears uttered through the nose. a f u. <t Ckii' i — To skin and roast (a kid). th. Bitter plant. 0. cn^isSl U-j C. Good or bad-flavoured sLii-j aL^^' (wine. Sincere Jii> *Jli» _iij friend. J_^' ^ Dereliction from God. Nose. think. ^Cjl — Appraisement. laugh or weep . milk). To speak indis- ^»ili. oCo-' /i J oCii ji Tall. of tj\:S- Ostrich feathers. conjecture ^ To jc. o. long. of reason i'l n '. depi'essed Haughtiness. Glanders of camels. — "^^ Stink.^i Appraiser. velvet-flower !lii. Snuffling. To be for-jiSjl^ saken by God (man). Cli. To take the property of.^j <»'^j u^i. To roar (sea). o u^ )«. with a nasal sound.Jii^i' . Soft..'s self.V^i-' o jii.^ ^ xi-U. Cn^j Nearly perhaps. Ji>%r <y^ Nappy silk or wool fabric.^'1 want of reputation. To empty (a basket) gra A Ui-' — dually.. To speak. To cut off a. Comfort of life. dense trees. To make nappy cloth). secret habits. milk.' -{^ less (man). 0. :oUi.l" thornless tree. Bobby.i. voice. flavour. ^. Skinned and roasted (kid). Flavour. -^ Surveyor. cloth.' ^ ^ -S- tinctly. Carpet. Thicket. Thick cloud. To magnify o. 'i/^3^\ *!is>j Nasal Twang.' a ^U' * (God). Evil. reputeless. ^rc Treacherous. To be obscure. survey. Elder-tree. Hidden vices. -l' i o — To be in anger. To appraise roughly.' Cili* Weak (lance).. ^ . To destroy a. U<'dA ^ . ii. The two wings the nose. Glanders in camels. Varicose vein. To have a good Acid. To thicken (milk). Nappy and fi"ingy carpet. (God). Amaranth. slu^JljiiT Indistinct speech. To forsake a. To To cut (a tree-stock). ^J^l — To guess. To < ( fringe fy- ( a carpet). Hi-^' lli-' weak (foot). j<^' To reduce a. Fruit of the capparis ( i\j\ ). To CJi be lame. oCjI^jJIj oSuiJI Obscuiv. iSji Entrance of a road. th. be Inner part of the knee. Soft food. J-^ ?r JJC> *W* Brand of infamy. a. Ja^^^iT To limp (hyena).>J -if] INIiddle of the body. fame. Narrow of a valley. z — To have a defect in the joints.Aj S Ji>1 rity. o. Destruction. Defect in the joints. To perish (man). fingers.^'elvet. refuse of the people. A tii a cS^'^i-^ ^ "Ci^.^). Nasal voice. d» cjo-' Hyena. to obscu. To roast (meat). To cut (the trunk of a tree). To weaken.^j C^' approximatively. Ostrich feathers. taste of wine. sodata Any u^. v^i^j w-'^i^ Fringy and nappy vestment. To become haughty. To wander (mind). milk). bitter._^ Ostrich feathers. to surmise.^' To snuffle. To growl isX-i-jjia^ (stallion). To stink (well). ground fit for culture. oC*-' Rabble. speaking 'Lli. 5 — To put (milk) in a skin. Mucous membrane of the stomach. iX-^j Interstice of the ribs. To bereave a. To be altered (wine. a w^i-' Obscurity. Velvet. INIiddle of a house. to A . 'jl through the nose. Fringes of a ji^T carpet.

effeminate. Ditch. Jt 5 ^ill Folds of a garment. Name of a poetess. profligate. t»\:j- j3\ To be camous (nose). suspicion. o. lowness. ^^-li^ Wild cow. J ^^ a ^U' -)^ a. . a flag half-mast S^Jji^l •• SjJ^iO *ci'->-'^-' *jbvi»j o^j'Jr^ self-conceitedness. To strike her breast (woman). To hide (gazelle). Misfortune. To conceal ^ ^j-J^j . the stars. To soften the voice.r4> ^jJo. strangled. _. d-ii Fern To be JUi' c-UJlj cJiijj a. o'L. 'Cli-' j.j-I»- To delay. -ftEloquent speaker. Liveliness Flax of bad quality. ^ a-**-' » 'r' J * "" a.' ^ _. iiiLo. Any young The beast. To be folded. o. -^ To be spoiled ^i^. "j^h (plant). Empty place Profligate. To sow discord between. Baseness.' -Hturned in.J^ herself To cover a place (mirage). 0. jui-'j oUi ^ Jii-' Asphodel ( plant). Ca^'j Cili. ^jiii.e. or a. ^ . th. Abundance. c.' G To walk with the toes .( \\\ VI ) Lion.-«- Large knife. To put high. effeminate. To turn its hoof outside in walking (camel). to a.jji' ^A^j little finger. Waterfalls of the Nile. •^ To q Pen-knlte spoil (a child). diphteria i-iUi. 0. ^ To scoff at. To insult a. flaccid.Ai.. Wliirlwind.^ b "^i a Sj Suckling-pig. o.Jc»-j ^_. j>a^>' ^ nate a. 0. To be irritated.i\ a'J <J=^-'I»»-'t Jy'^ "^j J^j . languid. th. oCi (necessity). ^i ^ . Quinsy. 0.-fthyena. s ^jJo. o. To pray (God)._iii.?Jij ^^.' Ja-'*-' -i^ i_. jiCi' ^ jjJi. fi> j.' Camous-nosed. To keep a. ij iUi-' ^ Jjiii. to tlirottle a.-v^ Old wine. The planets. "^ To choke (silkwornas in their ( ) To hold back. (the To fold j mouth of a skin) fi> s Ciii i oli -fr for drinking. Forbearing lord. Generous. stink (meat)..'\j cocoons. . To surround (a place) with fi> jjui^ -^ a moat.i. th.Jaii. Suspicion. To quarrel together To be thi'ottled. Female Bupi'estes. ^^ ^ o ij-J^ "{^ j^i. Languid. To hide a. of a ouilj skin. To choke a. Gallant. Alilch-cainel.' ^ ^iC\ (back). Inducing Perfidious. Moat. c^S^ ^ oUi-^ j unmanly. Old wheat. wrist. To turn back in walking. »ujijl . Dagger. Hermaphrodite. jli.. JiUi' Peak of a mountain. >ij j^k' '^1 — .' ^ — To (jj^j llni-' a Jji-' -^ -^ Stinking. Turning back its head (beast). ^ ^ Pig {See jj^).aJ^j '\l^jci-j ^j. To have a rib broken \ij^ Uli^ a i — ^* Cause of shame.' To fill a vessel ). Surname of Egypt. D Speaking through the nose.zJiJ>j c. cnJ — To subntiit to J|^_. Carpus. j^'_. Haughty..jl:. o'^' dV a . back. Satan. sewer. to swerve s JUi' •^ from a resolution. Road. Jji' gle. To stran- z j^'j .j.ji^ Having a bone broken . Pride. 0. (sobs). blackbeetle. th.' P To make a. Cow. (child). To To be prone to evU. To bend To eflemi- ^ .^ -^ Spoiled constrain a. (child). To approach (the age of).

(fortune).' -« tree. Anus.' -a- Aconzfu^i pardalianches.>> c-U- Rectum. To cut (a root). a. Vicarage. Flaccid. brained. th. To be strengthless (sick person). Slender and oO'J* fine o\jj^ tr jl>»-' she-camel. Quarrel. Wife ol a priest. — j^i. To j\yC*\ ^ "^ -«- fall into destitu- C>» o ^'^ Mouth of a river. To experience a loss. s^li^ birds.-» a. Christians). rr young ^'y^ woman. The best.j^iT deceive a.] To y j\9-^[ a. du d>i-. To come oli^i-'j A i>' j S — unexpectedly upon Soft gi. Choir of a church. To break a covenant.\'ji. jlfeiii' *>> w S'S'p- Ps -S- <^y^j -ft- i>»-b . p«i-' -^ To madden. followers. th. vicar. strangleweed. To abound with herbs (meadow). Orobanches. To make a compact. collar. (time). Bold. To cheat a. nectarine tree. \ A • ) C»»»»" crack ^J^ ?r ^J o^r -^ Disease of the throat in horses. flabby. ^^i jju ^i&Ol jjli 7X^l^\ jjG- ^ jij To prorait a. S jjii-. 0. ^ a. 3^' -^ trjji-' Gs tSj word. Prince. Anus of the horse. to bend (branch). Jj^Jj J^-ij j^'j J^^i Asphyxia. s cj'^ He glanced stealthily j/i ^5)1? cyV> •^ it e'j'jXi. To be unsaleable (goods). o^^ iji. dogsbane. To abate (heat). Tract of land between two hills. a Lane.'l.^ *»l'^'j ^0 fy- ^ o^l W-'S* ^ Narrow street. ji. To incline. a Cord for strangling. Calamities of time. o. 0.. :i^-^' ) ^.' To soften (snow). Barren land. in ju» iJi^ a lane..i. ^ Parish. To incline a. th. To agree on a. -^ <*• at me. Aperture in a wall. o. School-master. Necklace. M-'icket. J* J^ a '^'j '>^' Ci-' To hold foul talks against. *^jjj^ oIj j>-' ?r Parish-priest.( Idiot.5j To produce a rustling with Clj> its — — — wings (eagle). To be long for Obscenity of speech. To u J^l To wrong J^' _^a)l To be weak (man). ( kconitum lycodonon. To be crack-brained.^j Treacheiy. To walk at a quick pace. Stove for choking silkworms. in memory. kind of wolfsbane. Nai-row pass mountain. a Cii. a. i J. ^jj^ Gs j^ -^ :c!.'s Cc^i-'j C. a. ^ j'^i-' tion. — ili. . plum- un. th.with.. To stink (carcass). Ji^>l Slender. ^UfeJI jiU- Plum. %y^ j\'^ Bellowing. Hunger. To be flabby (belly). < To be hun. (fever). wolfsbane. Colchicum. To seek to incline interrogate Gulf. \j\j^ o jt To be weak ij^i' a ^^'j Ijj^i' — (man). Throttled. To bellow (ox). Weak. o. To keep* c»l£>lj cf^ ol>i-' C^' o ^r^ "^ a. the choice (camels). th. To pounce down it ol5>lj 06-Jlj upon its prey (hawk). Eating little and often.' To lay many eggs (locust). Whizzing of arrows.waisted (young ^piJ-JI jj>jl man). in.* To steal a. to annoy a.. d Nectarine. o. ijlii Helmet. o. G^' To be foil of food (belly). on. Unwateredtj^ land. To disagree with jt y ijCi. strangulation.' ^' To cause the loss 0. JiO* t 'U^' M"" (a'i/e given cj\:f. bleating. of. Servants. o. To forfeit o.

>-> ^ To pay (a debt). jl^ To make ol^i-' hoary (white hair). * To eat away (a bank torrent). — Rash. rage). a.^ a.> Seller of palm-leaves. ^ji. to confer a. bj blows. (road). Leather-bag for honey. A ^i^ To send (sheep) one by one. To be far-extending.^' -i^j oU Leather-garment worn by collec. of. JAf To To fear for a. gradually. u^j^j — To become covered with leaves ^^*l (palm-tree).' ^ 'Lo>. q. House furniture. To wade * CaUJ. To j'euder a. Ford. To know. ^i-i^JI ^ji. oj ii-^ through (water). Ps a. To propose a bargain to. To lessen a. ^j 5 J^iilj jsjU To make (a beast) c. th. To go over (a country). y'^" ~ To engage in conversation. To be dangerous. o. cAj^. Cj>>-' a Jji' -STo adorn (a girl) Nvith earAj 5 — rings. The lion. >Ctf^' Deep well. To weaken a. s — Ornamented skin.^' -fr ~ To bruise a. oCali^^j J^j}^-) J^^^ People. -^ it To A j^^jj J^^l . pierce a. A— : To To To betray a. Slaughter. gradually.' Hot wind hot time of noon. unsecure (road). dreaded. Fighting. j^^ wi-9-.J^ ' C ^A^ ) and sprightly man. o. Fear. To embark in (an affaii*). To be frightened. jfcj 5 J^" upon To have many uncles. ^j^'y^\ Terrible. side. J — a J^^j J^Ki-j J-*^ •• Jj\i. To face death. th. 0. More dreaful. beasts fording. jJ^ 01(1 furniture. fear.i5>. » — send (camels) to water *_. frightful. o- or ^^ A — Jc. Scabby. Moreover. th. Cowardly. To adorn (a crown) with A 'u^j»^ plates of gold. th.' Dangerous places. go ahead. th. th. to threaten o^i-ij — ^ulj o^' ^ Well.? of a palm-tree. ^' j. to expai:d a. Leave.' through (water). Dangers. blotting-paper. Cs^' a uO'. To break a (promise). Pearl. fT u^G* *^i»-^ "^ grant.se) to water. A vCij Ju. To To take care a. 3'^\ Threatening u«^' ^r <^^ Palm-Sunday. th.>i1 To enter in converenter into (water). 0.^' y»_p. oU^ J-'j^ Brown. Bustle. o. ^^' -fr ^i Ci."^ Flank. To diminish a.1 oS^-' in (the wound). To mix o J»U( a beve- ^ To be wide. ^\ s ^j^jQTo blink.3^i. fi> — To To fear. a : Dangerous (wall). <>»l^' Having sunken eyes. Gold earring. To diminish a. ol^'j ^. (a To bring to foi*d hor. o. To be secure. frighten. i^i.' Ford. J^ji^ Jjj ° To have sunken eyes. To snatch and carry away a. to dread a. one by one. th. th. so. To take a.yi: o J."iiK. One-eyed.^ tors of honey. fearful.^ Ci>>. J ur'jtk sation (people). i_i j A — ^j To diminish a. o. v]^i' To manage business) (the of.. i>=>i-Jl -k»-1 Papyrus.i-v>JI j^' ^ . Stout CiUj^ 7 ^j^ . to be cautious. confused noise. ^j^-j J — To move about a sword ^XlJlj A — I To widen. th. J^itj J^il Green bough. ^ f. j_^' Far-extending. tli. t-y^ To diminish a. js To sprinkle a. broad. 0. in.' >. remote.\i- with (a spear). a J^i' ju.

To pay (frequent attention) to. To be fat (cattle). '^ ) j> yS'_^\ 'J^ -^ [opp.. *=I>> "^J «JS* ^ '4. o. hint. slave. »_. low (land). mother. Box-thorn. flint). farmer. Wasted. o. hollow. Cu^i' o ^li. Cook-shop. A C)j'ivj. to betray a. ( Diminutive of ^1 4y Interjection of joy. Unfaithfulness. ^ <>u. in prostrating (man). To set To be uninhabited (house) To give no part of the bit. o. hungry. deceiver. Cj^SxSj^ . Lower J^i' ^ ^^^ give no rain (stars). to JiJ\ ) ^^j 'x^ U^ ^ To be disappointed (man). th. ^ o>i-' ^ To betray a. Gardener. iH^L ^t ol^"^ *JCi Perfidy._^' Depressed.^j — To deceive. Having many maternal To be unhealthy (ground). o.j> o°^j jj^ •^Uncompact (cloth). To distrust a. To break (a compact). To embezzle a. 0. Upland. -^ empty (place).\i-j o^ji^j iij'yi full or to adopt as an uncle.Ou. as servant. Servants. iy^j Jjj^j sJ^b Jb»-' f '^^ (star).'^ To have a.'j'' ching (camel). of a. o>)l c/. Abyss. To prepare food for a confined J j 5 — woman. To devour ( a calf : wild Empty-bellied. hungry. Colours 'IjI^^'j tji-'j . VU. \j j'^ \j %\^j iSy^ <^^J ~ snatch away (the whole property). o\'y^j *2. DLstrustful.j^ajG. "Cj^i.Weak-sightedness. Gap. To be unfaithful to (her husband wife).oj 'J. To be deceived (hope). Soft ji'j jj^ ground. j — Property. 0. th. P of (chess). To bring forth (woman). To charge a. i\'j^ a — To A j'j^:. oi^Vl t:JU. 5 — To have uncles amongst. 7j'ji:j sJUj o\j* r- ^yU- To bode well of a. Landlord of an inn.( \AT ) Of- Treacherous. Caravan- oUU^ 06- P Out of mind. To come repeatedly to. n Mountebank. J^5j J^ of treachery. . :^j'^ Manager. To lose the reason. with treachery. Emptiness of the belly. 0. Manager of property. breach of trust . interstice. J J^^i-^i^ To engage a.ll fi> Khan. shop. Scattered on uncles. To impaij. Owner To be di livered (woman). *— To betray : To feel a weakening of the C'^' — Hunger. sight.(a right). Black stallion-camel. Li-'&Jji^ of an army. beast). Empty. s o^[ To seek to deceive a. ^ >\'yC a. fire (flint). To be To ruined iS'JAi . Square CjVAi-^ xSi.o^ : ^ Footed tray for serving food. <f- Chaos. To be empty-bellied. 0. ^Vi- -ft- «i^ I fi> To To cross (a countiy). Maternal aunt. Lion. To be terror-stricken. Step- oVU. To let an interstice in croutSj^ . Maternal uncle. o. pierce a (horse's) flanks with » — — Unhealthy (country) ( See ^). To fail j'jp\ (rain. Relationship of maternal uncle. To become an unbeliever.j 'jji Tune (in music). Bleeding of the nose. all sides. a Dancer. To hang down (bird's wings). — To miss. To be hungry (man). Languid-eyed. a spear. to fail in. *1^' i J'ji^ -H- (house). 'U>>J Bi'other. Food given to a woman in childbirth. Surreptitious glance. i sary inn. Steady. His endeavours have been frustrated. To be very fat (cattle). Faithless.^ *IG. Sultan of the Tartars. s oUi. Good token.

th. 01(1 Turkish coin. Better. Failure. good. disappointment. Ignoble The of man.*>. option. walnut). once only at J. hopeless Old man. in store. j^ ^ j^ Wel- Sack of straw being half a camel's load. th. ?- e-d>-' s^ it Having an eye larger . IMilk. neous. s??li s? ^i J^*\ jl^il. j — Excellent. physical good. ^r*3^ P C-ii^' i To be J* ^v^j J-'i>j 0. His endea»_. option. Fault. Steel failing to produce fire. •^ At the grace of God as ^\ . To humble a. th. to disappoint 5 i-/u1j j^L jUi P [fjji. Goods. best ^^Ini-' j1 'lllJ) ^ii-j ^^ujl j.. Coarse tent. To earn wealth. Free will. To ask a. prefer a. Excellt?nt. i garment). to embr older. Pretty fine. The best of. He is divination.iii)j. arbitrary. -^ To make brocade. •<>• *_• y jl^i-b -^ th. 0. Cali-' ^^ii ^ To have one eye larger u»^ a ^jaJ>-' i There is a long time since. . prison. olln* Good deed. To waste To To select a.' -tf- Thank 6'J^ Js -t^-j [opp. To choose elect a.^ -Iil^'iJ' ) canvass.^ ^ He fell in a affair. cr^-^-> u-d^ -«- better than J^ y^ Coarse cloth ^ ^iii' thee.1. «^i*J «^^ ~ altered (meat. to 'Ji. Sorrow. -fy To overcome or a.:i)j l. To lie To decrease (value).-li -W- aftiaii". Ji^fX »Option. To diminish a. rcJjiCi. iij^ ^Ai — To break (a prov_j CC-ii-'j C-ii.'a To be in small quantity. ji^ Cucumis sativus. Brush-wood. Happiness. ) j^ balk. Having one horn broken (ram). To call Jl^ . « iS. Good.^' of women. Trifle. o. May God be propitious to thee in the I jji i jli- -tt- ^ Mayor of a village.!^ j^ than the other. you. Lie. the best.LJi. J 2^ -« *^J -^ (goods). Wealth.'! Ts Free. ^. fy of the worst of ilax. '<ii — jUi-b jCj* dC^ j\iJ\j 9- -^' *!.lui cr t_jilir :tiu.u to pass along quickly. ^i ^ yiCilj ^i^' tr-C^^'i -k ^-tS* To consult God by Good ( man). religious. (man). Thou hast the jiikiJljj j^T^k cJ'^ Choice. . sack . F. Zinc (metal). Generous.\^ ^ jj^: ilii. ii.UsCl. Mistake. Jcj^ . P I a. a. 0. small Ja^*i o^Xij u^i" quantity. Moral or fare. Appearance.. .Ar Cassia fistula (tree). Den of lions. ^\ j^^ Lesser cardamom (small grain). To To put a. -^ Happily so much the better. I To Yellow gilliHower. it pleases God. j_. j. Elected.' I ^ I j il^Ll Very Better. Origin. Horses.0. 0. made man. th. J> -'S> ' vours have been to no avail. cucumber.j j'jj^^j ^'Jy^j i/Oji' . To make a sound.=i^' i. To sew up (a i^'j Qji-' LQ. iJ'j_fi-J J. To confine a>j 5 ^iT in prison. tim j?^' j^i' I Faint-heartedness is always disappointed. To act treachei'ously in.. To be dull (sale). viola alba.1 J^ Hare's ear (plant). a. ^>\>. To jUiJ. .' mise). Virtue.Li^' ^ ^_^'1 than the other. Goodness. the option between. Sponta- CSj. before. grief. th._^' consult a wizard. in science j ^ ^'u. a— oj5 jl give to a. 0. generosity. <> Mohair ( stuffj. To be subdued reluctantly. Gaol. jji Nobility. the best.

Multitude of menHaving one eye ^i ^ •'^c*^ ^*^^ blue and the other black (horse).^ . nified.!) a^j j!|.. ia!i-j 5 To vie in pride with a. oCil j^lj jCi-'l Sultan. i!a!i-. V^^ih ^fz* «S» Horseman. string. Jtkij j. Black of a. _ili. Suspicion. allotted amongst. 0.. He is apt to do good. Scarecrow. th. To be self-conceited. a. Asafoetida {plants). Free from suspicion. spectre. Haughty. — To withdraw from a fight. ^ j:i1 Green wood-pecker. Horse's bit. Jaui'j Ja-5- J . Banner JG. To seem J _.' ^ jCo-' Siren (fabulous nymph). Cloud giving no vain. oUali ^^ Ixli-' ostriches swarm of locusts. Human shape. ^ji. Men of different shape. pji — To make a station oliilj vJ^b jii-l ^ at Mineh (pilgrim). . Jl. s — ^c*' -•'* "" symptoms To bode well of. self-conceit. prince. To magnify o.Jl5>"o Ji^A^ Needlework. stallion.' Imagination. th. J»Cji portment. over yiiij ^L^i Having moles on the face. Opinion.Imaginativeman.' Skin of the udder. to ride on horseback. J j:i-'_. o. to imagine a. fancy. o. ^ To feign. Atoms seen in the sunrays. Huge mountain. ULo-j i^^^j \^J^j (cloud).j Declivity of a mountain. Art of sewing. PL -^ Cavalry. To seem to a. -^To fancy.'j Jsj-J" J^^ ^^c?-' (cloud).)j J-i./i n -8- Owner To have one li^' a and the other black (horse). iLi'l ^ J\^ Den of a lion. Horses hoi'semen. weak-hearted man. Self-magLonely place.l Gossamer._^. ^^c* Tailoi". To be shared.i_} Cloud giving no raio. Phantasm.' Bird of bad omen. Jli-'j xl^'j -"^^y^ To think A 'diWij ic. oCil Uterine brothers. Caliphate. oVUi. JiU Self-admirer. . ^cJ Jj A — Needle. — Thi'ead. jliT To recoil cowardly from. Liberal man. To appear on (hoariness). — Twilight at sunset.( ^Al ) J:^ To imagine to a. Roller (bird). state. To have milk in the udder camel). o.>b du. seamster. . Good of a prince. To be dubious to a. put up a — ~ — To forebode rain perceive good in. xl^' Locusts having wings streaked oUli-' of different colours.'s self. ^L^-i scarecrow for (wild beasts). Knife.«j sign. ^lil ^ To manage a hoi'se well. J JaS-Jj L!* ^ To be sewed up. Flock of . ja^. To -r St?- Rue. Haughtiuess. Opinion. Fancy. ''*iir-'-» ^/^'j j!i. To be adorned with verdure (soil). settle in a plain. Vl (she- j^] The first gleam of dawn. xJUi. To form a suspicion upon Jj^*--^ ?r To Symptom. Lightning. Opinion. J^i-'j Ju>l . Jti-3 Ja^l Jali-JI ^ ijS-i\ jh. th.\j Jali' to imagine. ^ iCo. Mole on the face spot on o'A^ -r ~" the skin. Big camel. J^.Ju. i\'J] . Bachelor. J'A-^j ^t>^J ^^>-' To have a haughty de. eye blue wi-i^ To come down and ^X^ manager._^> j To stand on three legs (horse. 0. Pride. h^J jjb Ja^. Sebesten-plum. or that.jj jlk'J '\ ^ To UU^j •^To gallop. Jj Q. Jc^-J Jli-j ~ be diversified in colour. >^^:>-' «^l olsU- T -ft- ^^y^j ''^'i ol j'l %*J '^'*J ^' a JU- Vanity. Weak-bodied. Phantom. Sebesten-tree. a. To thunder a. Oi)\ji-' rr Human shape. ^ '*1. ^_p9&»J *Ci.' suspicion. o.'* ° Shroud. Side. <H:iv\J iUii^J lU^^ii *j\3e-i^ J jjCi. ^^^J Jl'^J ^^i.

ohed cloth. -^ Cobwebbed. \r . r oC-U-j '?' ( >Ae ) To pitch. Radish. -tf- to pitch a t_(j J J^j — cA't^j jr:*-'i -^^h**. seller Place for pitching a tent. lent. * >»^b Nature. Dwelling under a tent. Unpolished stone. To ^ <_. Arbour.Ambergris. Booth. Inexpei'ienced (man). To >'>>'' _^ ^u. Unbleaton-cloth. Tender stalk of a plant. J^^ of tents. Manufacturer. Awning. to enter r a tent. Cot-ff- Encampment.sition. "jjo-'j — JSJ- pitch (a tent). inborn dispo. To camp. tent (in a place). clijig (odour). Uutanned skin. Nomad.

•tf- a. (poison.]'^ s ^»ijj _ 'iAi To delude J CIS a j1*^. *— To pervade a. To deceive a. Thick. Deep cavei'n. *?Ij^ Cucurbita.i become To fill up fat (cattle). Dry nurse. To flow (brook).r *il^ ^ : To rim walk fast *tjiij S^Vli Vili « to (camel). To anger a. To play (child). C}i cr\ Nui'se. o. Sound of a stone falling into water. To run with short steps. J — To make (a child) to walk. To stii* a. Ocean. jJii dlj/i The beast of the earth so.Ji Woi'k. L. To strangle a. ^Ci -^ Crawling. t_. t a Jj^ ji >. To s CVij C\i oS drive a. To hasten. of acting. Calamity.i(lja'yi\ oviij Jjij JlSj JiS cy-T* fi> to appear near the end of the world.C nurse. 0. o. Reptile. (waves). Midwife. To thi'ong (crowd). scorpions) crept along. mule. Jackal. To cover a. 0. ^j\ Zj:> Ji. Testudo. 0. th.w>i ( ^A^) c^b (its prey wolf). th. 5 '^'i\ To spread (slanders about) a.1il woundwort. Down on the face. <>• Ruffian.^jjil ^ contiS't^all jl ^Jc^j Jy:» iJli to old age. To pursue (a Aj 5 k_. th. oOli ^ J\'i Crow. Sea. To creep (reptile). J(^ IJ. To ' *ii'|j7 be covered. ^__ji Slanderer.Gli otsb -^ . Manatee. From Li youth She-bear. -if- To begin (child). uj^^iij i_j^i To eat (food). (a vessel) — -S-J^ Hj fi> Dili a Jib -« 0. To incline load ).1'i. o To walk slug. To stain (a dress). To be heavy. L-t^ To stay (a wall). u — To rule (a country) with justice. (affair). ( Wet His slanders {lit : his i'jUt c4^ xZ^j i_. Sandy ^ Ijij x^i Down on the cheeks. He reads 1^ 0I Way oil. J^Ti To be mischievous. Lil haired camel. Ribs of the breast. Dark night. Major and J^S\ Minor Ursa. To track a. Reptile. aj\ j — To be moved.-«- Small beast. Reptile. hackney. A — To still a. sjCj) 'Ci Downy on the face. -tf- To walk slowly Cuij Cs 1 oi (animal). ^ •^ To throw a. 0.a To weary journey). Creeping. olIJJ^I v'jli a oti fi> -K- bottle. si^G T Soimd of the rocking of c^iTi ^ s'lili a cradle. To CalS a u«J. th. To deceive a. CU fi> j. sea-cow. Beast of burden. To chew the cud (camel).JlSjVbjVli a j1S gishly. To urge J»^\ (a beast). insect. Vessel for hill. s J«lij. away. 0. gourd. 0. besieging oGCi ^ *jiii machine. -^ ijiji ^ j||i To squeeze (an ulcer). disease). {un. Young calf. oCGS -^ xjCS ^ ^CS Quadruped.Gi nually. th. -V^' o^ .CS j. o5jl xLlzJ. Bloody wound. -if — She-ass. Fat. To crawl (child).bi\j ^ Li J^S\ o'oJI i1 To strive j C/jij a v^i ^ — steadily in. To roll do^vu (stone). Atfair.. »_Ji Wild mint. To wash a. To be unclean (dress). Anthyllis vulneraria. Bed of a torrent. Weasel. To be still. To crush a. J CvUjV'6 Fox. a Hernia. cC'^ . Glass The day and the night. Habit. Glij C'li Bear.

( ^ AY ) ji in bear8.'^jS. . Back. »j ( * l^a o butt To wi'ite a book).> Channels of U'rigation.Cj5 Ti^jyiij rrj\i'i rr -r^L? i Hinder. opp toiXik ) "O. th. Hinder part of the hoof. o. thi'ead. The two cheeks. f To variegate A ^ij . To manage. Defeat. uJi fi> v'-^'^ ^^'i -tt- (cloth). To set (star).:JjiJ *ja'J ^'jSi -fr A jjjJ To reflect on the To turn back one upon another }\'Si To be at variance. Follower. To elapse (day.^i ^ j. iojS v?'^. l. To look back at. To relate a. To fall : beyond (the arrow). \Sy''^ Late. Country abounding To •^ i-esound (trampling). jyi Shape. Angle of a house. Posteriors. To be overtaken by west wind. Sown land. Young ( lo- To adorn plants ( (the ground) with rain). To be covered with Jilj i^'i . J : Twist of thread. of ( disgi-aces *=?-Vi? Ji^J Jj^ oV2>Ui^ll himself. -n—i'^i t jyt^ •^ Hornet. 0. jCilj^i in lowering the head. ) ^J^j — ^ Wealth. a.'s self in. ConjGi ^ %yi sequence. wasp. To turn the back to. latter part.J? I'esults of. Western part the sky. To crawl (child). 5j /b Ji To rule well -if- (his subjects: prince). If-^^-i^ Face. of an jG. yC'i •• jG> jC i jC . away. Last remains of a people.^^. Ulcered (beast). To turn the back. tb. on the o5Aj authority of a dead person. To To die. He keeps He his honour *5>Qi'» «J>^ affair. Garment of silk. stainless. To retreat. To journey on Wednesday. ^i Ps He is grossly _«jy> ^ iiuJ jijo V ignorant. To see the consequence of ^j 5 J JcJ. Root. craft. Great wealth. hornets. th. Ancient name of Wednesday . String. th. To exert o. IjiJjSj «j:'1^ To oppose a. To embellish a. To ij^'i foUow Sj^/^ JIniJI -njlc jjli Mason's hammer. ^ to settle (an affair). j'i -^ t_. They were exterminated.^ ^dS 9^^ To stoopdown ^ oj'i . To be ended (prayer). five To veer to the west (wind). To cause J*-?'-> the loss of. Late (prayer). Mountain. To become wealthy.' s^^i Back spur of hawks. To be adverse (fortune). I>. s. Loss. Silk-bi'ocade seller. Aldebaran.! j. Viper's grass. sores (camel). Blindman's buff (play).'^ ' ^v^iij — ^^i -}f Sore. gall (of camels). custs. o'Ji ) jjj'^j Jil ^ji bees. < Trick. pL) Ji ( un. To forecast a. ^^i To c^_S»i\ — relate a tradition. Events. -^ Assistant in a religious . Swarm of ( un. — — — ^ * ~ Westerly wind. th.jCij To turn the back. Elapsed (time). 'o^''^ Jj Defeat (in a fight). manner. End of prayer. To turn back (in fight). a. night).S Going beyond the mark (arrow). Disobedience. To gall (a beast saddle). Death. of a month. o stars in Taurus. SjC jSj ojGS The Ruler order). o.\':. To take a. Ti'ampling of horses.'il TrJ.'^ Drum. with a punishment. (God). \jy'ij \yi To become old. threaten a. Behind. 5 — To be exposed to west wind. Consequence. Counsel of a ( Jlxi prince. Defeats. Adversity. Brocade. Preface of a book. ruin. o^all Domestic economy. latest time. Scorzonera. To track. j'i a jr.

rf> ^ Infusion. Disease of the belly. Plague. To be erased. for oCi 'J. y_. th. 0. To cause a. •<>• To be stripped by locusts a.'s self in (vest1_. To be Misfortunes have befallen J^ioi islo him. j. 0.i_. mouthful. Ui 'oi To pain a. th. Streamlet. Sj to stick to a. 'J. jJjG Bii'd-lime. 0. Cadenced dance. Ooze. Much.) Ji Good manager of property. To be rusty (sword). To be unclean. 'S^ o wio -^ To trample. Tanner. dirty ( clothes). To hit (game hunter).bij fji Tanned hide. To become unknown ( man).. (misfortune). Ants. a. xlJi •^) jiJi Clot of earth. (fever). by striking. To ride o. Mistletoe. th. •^ ^^ — ^^ -^ ( grapes). Tannery. To be caught with To be stuck. tan. ( un. *j 3 !AJi — the fingers. Flies. xiij f. Glue. th. 1^ Eaten up by locusts (land). To become sweet blunted (awl). ijyS o j'i -STo be exhausted by old age. (hide). 0. ^^ij y'Ji To make a. 0. ( glue). To beat a. th. <> To be /Jjjl^ Shght rain. Bee-honey. jjj. . To distress a. To collect a. ^ ^jf brown ( colour. Place wasted by locusts. sCi Gentle walk. -^ To crush a. diluent. 'ji-U^ . To befall a. To Cii j o jSi * To work A j*i locusts (land). To diJij feJi make noise by trampling. o. Bereft oi her son (mother). ^a ^Qj tSu'^ -^j . ^'il To send forth off-shoots (earth). club. Hole of an adze. {un. To prepare its nest (bii'd). th. Trampling. with a stick. rubble. j\j^\j Jjliyi game Lucky and unlucky. honey. jyij (5. To be tanned stained. ji^i < Ashlar. Abundant (goods). th. ) eat a. 0. juice of grapes. Treacle. Tumour. of. to perish. ol5ij *oi Shooters of birds. o. pi. 0. with."l:j^> *^i ^Ci ^i ^ Pin. To To wrap ments).'s horse. j'^ » <)• To be j^S s — To To catch (birds) with birdstick a.'i Small locusts. jo ^ io. '-C^ i a. To mend a— (boots). Mishap. joj — A jjil cover (a sleeper) with a blanket.To manui'e (a y^'i.1 Jii :r **JJ^ To Jjj5j jj>b stick to a. J^'i ^ jJi Pain in the bellj. jjjj> Nuble of both parents. Rubbish.r-i>S>'^ fi> ?r wji'^ (land). jNIace. Crowd. Viscous matter. ^^ ^^ ?- Honey-guide Of a reddish (bii'd).^ . To acquire wealth. ^AJi o J^i -^ land). Hides in the ooze. ^ iiJi To be of a reddish brown coloui*. : Furniture of a house. ^ o._. sticky. To conceal o'self. To put forth dense foliage (tree). ) oCi -^ -J}- Seller of treacle. To improve a. Misfortune. SJu'^sj iUSj «iii a Finger-ring. <>• ^ "^ To ^ Ji^ "^ cling to To be enamoured gluey. ^. (rain ). To overtake a. 0. lime.i To inspissate the To conceal a. Numerous Ji (soldiers). bird-lime. o. To swai'm with jf i1 iS. To j drive away a. Jy\»j ji> Dung. in the J'j^ »u» Unlucky i of arrows. Black. *&ui •^ . To take large raouthfuls. i — J. oIjoJI To be obUterated (trace). th. To peel a. Large Manur-j. -^ Stain. Glue. To tan fi) \s\tj>j — ^k?J tr-^!-^ fu'i -^ (a skin). Jd ji Unclean (garment).

impost or. Darkness. 5 — To be fully armed. o. '^'^ Amaranth {plant). Lazy. dark weather. Domesticated animal.(un.^ ^ a covert <>. spreading Black. d Chaffinch. sad. Wood of the plough j^'i^ j^pj J/i fixed to the share. o — slowly (crowd). Button of a shirt. To tar (a fi jii camel). Hedgehog. fa- miliar to a.5 Darkness. gloomy (sky). Jr^'^J *5W-^ Quack. To be obscure ^>ilj ^>'4> J-'^\ overspi'ead (night).J Cliislij — -« G. Neglectful. To fill (the belly : jj ^ iLi o ^3 -«- food). ^W^J ^^ o ^i -fr To rain continually . a. — ji ^ To be jf'^h (day). hypocrisy. _^Coj Ji>}jJ> ?. To wheedle a. o. Obscure (man). To be amazed.'ij c. dog). Mouthful. iUvi-ij oJC>i rr S>'^ Antichrist.S To conceal a. ^i fi ^ <^i ^ ^li Dust. C^a (^'i o >>i -H- Upper garment. ^ To be overcast (sky)." To be To be obscure. 0. -^ Thrush. ji-'^j j>-'ij (night). To have ^i1 rainy weather. pi. dai'k. *yS— Tar.. companion.->i i %. th. Jui Jli. with weapons. o. Dai*k t* (night). hens.i )!^>i ^G-Sj ^ ^Ui cocks. v?'^^' v-^ ?r <^'^ >>^ tt <i?-'* JX/i Rusty (sword). To cover a. To be 1^3 a j>-'i intoxicated. Perishing. r^'-^ Partridge. To be thick (hair).i ^fil A fowl. To enlarge (a house). Lurking-place of a hunter. To gild (a vessel). Walking slowly ^^\':>j o^>)i ^ ( s.':> To remain in (a place). Gold. Intensely dark (night). The three first J. th.(J I Intensely dark. fi> — To let down (a cui'tain). To be dark (night). To To lie down in — A>i -ft- Fowler. Darkness. jyy\ ^S XsTS Intense darkness. To become luxuriant (ground). French bean. Darkness. ^Oi sla-laA To lie. ^s'J^'^j ^ji-'^ rr o^'^ij j>-j> l^'i Inebriated. in To be swollen (belly). (hunter). Blanket. ^ji ^afc To alight suddenly in the ^Ji (bird). To ma-ft- nure (a land). Fully armed. To conceal hatred against a.jj>^^ Dense (herbage). xJib-i . (pigeons. To be full (clothes). Abundant rain. J A — To slap a. dung. — Stupefied. Shadow of oV>iij oU^^j o>>i rr o^^ the clouds. ^i ^ . x:\Ji\j Woodcock. Spreading over. Family. 0. r^yj^i vryrX^i s^ 3^'> rr-^-'-^i t^. *i>'->-»j i^li tic fowls : x^\». Friend. Easy life.'-^'" -ft- i^ Sj l^i o W-i -^ To spread everywhere. 5 li To last (rain. ^j 0^'i To keep to a house to become . chickens. Impetuous torrent. fij g — To journey through (a land). fever). in the earth. >>-'ij a >>. o. To repel Manure. ja'JSS ^Ui ^b-i *>C>^ '3"}^'^ . ^oJl. neighbourhood To make its To advance nest on a tree (bird). Gold-wash. s ^li To dissemble with. JlViU rr_.e. Domes. ^^li jju.US ^ fingers. iis^i Numerous party. starless night.) '^\i Gloomy. ^Ui Jfi To smear (a camel) with tar. (rain). Dust-colour. Dissembling. ^^ To accoutre a. Cygnus {constellation). To be lively (people). to quack.»" The Tigris (river). Coot (bu'dj.

along. J^S Palisade set up for j^ Ij^ ^ Jp-Ci learn (a tradition) by heart. tered beast slaugh.lub^i a j>i -^ away. To roll » ^_^i down a. To circumvent a. a. iG-'ij Slippery place. in. To upset a. ilj Patch for uaij'ii widening a shirt. To make a. God). well. decline to the (sun).oy^'^j mouthed well. Ca^'^ a ^a^i the feet (slaughtered beast). o. o. iUi Treacherer. To become rj>" round. Corner of a tent. . >i34 . roll along. jJ-'^j j^\'» -ft- conceal To enter the recess j Jiilj 5lii a jf — of a tent. To thrust violently. o.a^ Slippery place. To use deceit towards. p t/»iv*: ja> ij Ca_^ i a . ^i i-^ii -tt- G^i a -ft- *j S jiilj . tr^^l To agitate *^^. Filled (house). a. -tt- o. deceitful. . P To be made To refute fi> jai. To spread pet). C^ij ( Cc»p-i a — — To gild (an earring).C~>S Si. Rounded. To search the groimd feet.oJlj Cbji S a (argument). Short and stout. To become full of seeds (spike). j:J. ^^^'/jj^ -^j ^j>jJ^ 4"^ -ti- To be Hat- spread. th. To remove a.i To intrude. o.'i-i ?- Insect used u^^'^J lt^'^ To extend ( the earth bles : : * l^i To di-ive a o V>i -K- as a bait. Angry. of seeds. Reservoir. away.j»li. to poke a.':> . To roll down. th. along (peb- Whitlow. fill (a house crowd). ja>. Gold. 'Mi'*^ ?r *?JL. th. out (a car- ^ C>i a J-'i> -fi- To thrust. Hunter. with the Smoke. globular. 'i^ai jJ' To repel To drag along. a * ja> i decli- -M- To be ja>jj date. stumbling. To thi'ow about (the feet slaugh-^j tered beast). ji-'-LJj \S'_^'i>\ low (finger). Espelled (people).»"^ To To set (people). Calamity. Yellow j»ljS ^ j>li To drive To To reol a. «S*^'j -^^'J i!j^^U ^^' ching-place of ostiiches in" the sand. o-H: at vai"iance.^ J>i -^ To drive to s^luj b_p-ij a. full by a whit. th. vous (ground).j^i lt^'^ Dark ^^b. ^jj To jerk C^i To jioi'^ She-ape. Affected by a tj-w/i -^j tr>*l^j -vvhit- ur^-j'^ rain)._^ ilj ~ — back s C>^ a ^i -^ "^ To be low Spike affected (finger). Flabby-bellied. To dig the sides of a >Ui a Je. — (an argument). To : *- A broad-sided well. Dung-ball rolled by black beetles. th. (^ i a>ii To banish a. o.ij. A ^ jai-':>j ja>il jaa. To To lie hid in the corner of a o. tent.C W* ) j^-^ ^ijij icioli^j s Caii a /b .'s self.5jJ» Slippery (place). Foolish. _^ j>i Jb-i To cause evil in secret. Black. expanded. Cias^i a^>aii -tt). o. To be crafty. jaU-i block. to discard Driving away.j^_^. Short and fat. well. — scaring gazelles. Chief of an army. a. J»i jili J^'ij Js^ilj JU-ilj J^? T J*^-> Jf-^ Lai'ge at bottom and narrow. to slip._^'i^ ^-^^i o-^*^ (night). West To void slip foot).j-i>. Black and white garment kapt in a wardrobe. ( To stretch down (man).

oL>J Of a dark. altered by ui-i a meddle in (an Deceit. To go in to if- — To be fumigated. dust). interior. ji. ill-nature.r->lj^ cr^'^ To go in. or a. <• Room for smoking silkworms-eggs. s J-^l':> < J Ji affair).' Iv* •^ beseech thee. Inwards. To be ill-natured.'|j.iS a luside •^ of. x^. 0. aU. Dusky colour. To be To be dust-coloured (plant. Joking. ^S ^ -Ui-'i ^ ^^iil Chimney.7} jii conceal o. To rise ( smoke.C-'i ticus. Tobacco^(^'ij j^^^' -^j nist. Ju. To fumigate ' a. Red herrings. mind. oCi'ij 'CiS Smoke. jJj jX'j. Calamus aroma. Herbs Jc*'*^ ?r J*^ mixed with the roots. belief. To enter upon to have 5 Jili intercourse with. To To To To bring in a. jiilj Dust-coloured sparrow. J^i-a^ Rotten (palm-ti*ee). sport. to enter gradually. <• To smoke A ^^i ^'j^ wonder. To come apon o.i 55 Secret thought of man. To be seized with . a (trivet) in (the ashes). ji IJ Smoke. income. craft. Dense tree.: ^ ili. iji ^ smoke.i. Please.lji ^ ci^'ij o6-'i tobacco. ftj j jii'j J^i To insert a. Baseness of origin.^ J>-'li/" Special love. Weak-minded. ji-li J[j ji.'s wife..i J»^)l J:j>i Jch'^ "1^ To be a ^ ij _. •^ Ear-wig. belief. Office. th. intrigue. . Intruder. Fumlgatory censer.J I — To To deceive a. ^-^ij o-*^ Trivet. To be introduced affair. jp before (a king). . O^i. bird. Income. y\j Ci i J /b ^ A . dusky colour. Millet (plant). Malevolence. lu-side. ^ Jc>^ Adventitious (word). beast). dllii 4Small bird. To humble. ^i Q. -« Emaciated. Guile. ''I^i-'i Play. revenue. to penetrate. To ba commingled. To be smoky. holefor iiiTJ. Dolphin (fish). prehide..'s mind from.. origin. Intention.»S Jii . in body or ji'^ To be cori'upt (affair). ) jii iLCi Thought. — — visit a. . th. Entrance. Interior disease. ^ Revenue. Means of beginning.^j ^'a> smoke.tj. iLi-i humbled. Hdme To stick To abash a. entreaty. Space of time. l:>'i o a ( ^i ^'i unsaleable (goods). ^S Unsoundness of mind.. J jl >u'loJjV.' i/lj. Intimate thought. a. To To go in. to enter (a place). incense for fumigating houses. 0.>i ^ Jili Within. Hive of wild bees. To introduce <*. Hole for ^i. Jilji ^ ii>li Hidden part.!> J jl *i2p j Jii To become ^3 -^ smoke (food). evil. o. Disease. to make an ^— JiJo'l. inward. ^ « 5 ^l'^] 'i -fr Basket for dates. -^ Smoking-^>. enter in (an intrude. ii -Hia^ Guest. be attacked by an mind.j>j iiiij vJ-i>j Chimney. Inner part. 0. ( \\N ) J^^ lowered. To y^i a Ji-ij *?-l. to a religion). j^i deceit. 'j^Vi Way of acting._. o. ^'i To slip in.\i jAj Jiii i From within. (tobacco). ^ To beseech. . Ash-coloured Jiii -» 5-. Intention. th. To smoke much (fire). Unsoundness of mind. I J>i Intensilyhot (day). c^>^j o^-'-^b o*'^i -^^^'^-i '^''^ To send up smoke). J-ila.

Revolving ^jji the spindle quickly. (torrent). -<>• (milk).ij — To stream (sweat). Poor^ba brightly (star).~ ( \^r ) Flowing abun- jljij ^jij j^y^ ^ 3ii dantly (milk). Lurking-place of a . Ijj^i^ l3i o — To shine brightly (lamp). Toothless gum. j\j'jjt OO-^i fi> To chew a date (old man). (coll). -^ Ash-tree. ^ji Plenty of milk. jj i ^ Sj i Flow of milk.ji tumour (on camels). To become luxuriant (plant). j^\j yy^ jc _^ Camel. — have pestilential pustules (camel). ic. yy\ — To draw forth (a shower of rain wind). j^jj^ ^ jij'i Abyss. Oj'^ To let flow milk (she-camel). To whirl (an arrow upon the nail). To To To To To repel a. 'jj \i Unevenness.'s complexion l3i a — i i (after disease). To render i fi> : urge (a beast). jijS Small tray of straw. — (sky).'i>j Ijy? Windward. :Milk-fever ia. J* u/J^ ~ To stream (milk). Briskness ( of a market). man. 0. ji »'y:> «j) To flatter j %\j\'jj> Yj\i What What him. To become brisk (market). S^^^ft (horse). in a it — abundance comes from God. Flow of a cloud. th. Pouring a copious rain (sky). %':>j |«ji a ]'/:> -» To glow. 'i^iSlj look scornfully at repel 0. (fire). To scatter a. 0. joke. Watchman. To lurk for (game A pearl. To thi'ust back a. To disagree. To yield much (milk: she-camel). » Shining ^jj^i ^ ^3^ ij jj ij ^j Blunted sword. Play. Shining (star). To flow abundantly 0>^ij iji o i ooo ji -^ Shedding abundant tears (eye). ruggedsji ^ . To rush suddenly on a. 0. Lighted lamp. To draw forth rain from the clouds (wind). To shine brightly (star). Soul. 0. To spread (a carpet). J ]'j%\ Crookedness. th. th. 0. To give jozJl much milk. yiel- jOo^^ jJS^i S*li 'J^'^ Pilot of a ship. To dart on a. To recover o. y» Sji To rush on fiercely To spread (fire). wait for game (hunter). To be fdl of blood (vein). Elm-tree. Abundance of mOk. a generous man ! lit : His a.'s property).jS parts of a road. Quarrel. Brisk market. isj)'/:^ « 'JJ. plentiful (God). My house is opposite il^ii jji yy^ jy':> thine. To whirl (the spindle) quickly. about. Frequently. whirlpool. : — hunter). Wild ass. Abundance of milk. Extremity . To pour down (an abundant raia)^_. Blood. Spindle. Pestilential MUk. furrows. ding much milk. To cheat a. Milk. oClvi^j u. a. PL Large stars. scourge. Whip.'Jo3 P Milch-female. To be on sentry. a. Projecting part. Bloody (war). j/y^ Lighted (lamp). jl^j's Plant sought by camels. Sjjiji To rush (torrent). lie To in treat kindly. To fi>j s Yji To run swiftly (horse). to keep ^jCJi oS'i ^ oj^ Zj\ji 'i guard (sentry). a bad action'l lit May'oji ji V God withhold his blessings upon : Yj\XJ Vyy:[ quarrel. wont. To become soft. ji'/i -5^ Sound of drums. \yia a. To give of (o.ji of a. 0. To move a. Pearls. 0. < Female oljij jji 5- parrot. Custom. S*a5 Causing milk to flow. abundantly. Straight path. They have the same SAjji :u. th. Sharp word. o^i^i the watch.

wind). ^ cr'^j? * -^ -fr ^ Bolt. o «->jJj Large gate. To get used. o. To beat the drum. Foot of a beast. ^'iy^ ^ Holy by orders. <fj:>^j . _.To ^ji a ^j i by degrees. spear-thi'usting. hopeless affairs. th. To bring a. ^jj'i ^ <-jji Mountain-pass. In general use (term). to be current (fashion). To draw up (a bucket) gently. To die childless. a ^'Ji\j ^y^j . ^\ji\ ^ oji Entrance of a country. . training. Mediator. To bolt (a dooi"). Ji^ To deceive a. -^ To give currency to. Slanderer.?. Jl. ^jjS ^ ^ji '^\'J^\ iii ^'i uselessly. bar. -^ To be in general ( Kind of drum. defeat). Fold. ^_. Swift (ai'row. Huntiiig (dog. To be trained. implied in a.'s course. *fe=J ji •• everywhere (dust). To forbearance to (a sinner God).^ji To walk (man. Hardships. Submissive <^y'ji •^y'j^J ^jj^ (camel). Balustrade? ^. habit. Shop-bolt. CVjij ^jj^o jrj^ * lizard). into (a sCji J. A— Scroll of paper (for wri. (child). ^Ija. •To be classed. s To bring a. chest. rise To To a garment). -^ liTc^^j J — — By-street.iojS s •^j'jzl^. (^ ji - . ^^i ^ j^^i or iron Lion. Custom. ji disagreable affair).»W i^jXi jjiji Very skilful (woman). 0. s ^y:> To pass one year of pregnancy ^j'^\ without bringing forth (she-camel).^oilj^ Bitmg dog. ^'3^ -aTo be scared away.j ^Ijil Road. to inwTap. ^ Door-keeper Track of a torrent. To be lowly. inured to. To keep to (the true religion). Well vJ^' Case for articles of r j'^ ^'/i trained (riding-camel).J(ji ^ c_»ji Drying-floor for dates. To fold (a book. To be destroyed. ^j'i jj ipj o ? ^-iji hounds) to (war. step. Ladder. To be destroyed tribe). To remain silent *a-iji fi'om fear. o. Ring for learning arrowo'\yjij \jJ: shooting. Xij. To come gradually to. Noise. ?rJ U^ ?r *?J '^ Extinguished (tribe). stage. o^fciH oG-^i Gradually. at full Ji^j'^ i Te gallop. build a storied house. gradually to. fence. telescope. Trilling of a song. To be steady (in a To train (soldiers. His blood ^Oyi '^y:>j\ has been shed stair. To stoop ^'y^ ^ the back. tractable. Xjj'i mer.^Ijil ^ ^'ji ting). Experienced (man). Spy-glass. by degrees to.'j'^ P^ -^jj'^ "^J -*^ ji P At full speed. Practice. Lion. Skilful.ji o^. Step. oW-jij •r'ji> yr ~ dignity. Current (article). Street-gate. th. 'i^'ji 'li-'/i Growing Spreading ^^ iS Earthen kettle-drum. office. Degree of a circle . Beating of a drum. Hedgehog. a ^jij — hunter. Wooden oUjifIji ^c>/S}y^J ccjj'y^ P women. Kind of walk. o. Skilled (woman). ^j IaSL. in (a paper).r'j. Story. Means of defence. chase). th. To show : Female drumhawk). ^j accustomed to. To insert a. j— To feed on partridges. Runner. J{ ^'/^ publi. Rank.^jjj[ To invade a Greek province <Sj>\ (Moslems). four minutes of time. th. into . ai ^j3 ^ To graduate a.Oi ^ cMS^ ^ To become mild. ^3 i ^13^ use. rail. <>• To be shed. J A — ^ To publish a. . step step. Flight of Stair. *— follow o. *j jij Cji a i^j'i -^ 5 To throw a. Fluent reading. ^ Drawer of a table. roll pebbles (wind).

decrepit. Tailors. To live comfortably. th. ^3^ ^ To recline on the side (man). young rat. Heath-cock. To be scabby and smeared with tar (camel). I4\j'i) rpj_j\yi ^ . J-j'jJij j-j'/i To have the teeth ia/i a >>»j. Road. o^Oil >l t/»ij^ Jjj^l Ol2 Sjji . Course.. of cloth.-0'^ u-j'^ ^jjJlj^ To be obliterated (trace). trO'^Jt-r-j^ Thrashing of corn. o tj-^ij . ^j S To clothe a. \>. Lecture. Lion. worn out. The Prophet Henoch. Learned. jj'ji ftTo disappear (trace). j^V^ Druse.^ Shabby clothes Practice. tartar. Beaten (road). with an armovir.3ail. jerboas. Lesson.^ ^j^jj'jji Shabby. o. To be black-headed and t^i white-bodied (sheep) People of a low class.i broken from old age (she-camel). Toothless (man). besieging*>lji teach a. nonsense. Jerboa. Camel's tail. Old man. To wear out (clothing). Dervish. To put on a breast. (j'/i a jj':> To sew up (a garment). Roll of paper. College. To put on a shift (woman).^\j/>j Cji (a book). Shabby clothes. Misfortune. part. To manifest a. Suture of the skull. CJij^ To become accustomed. Calamity. Straw.p. i^-j. C.iVjl Young cat. A {j'y^ o jji. Strong-necked camel. wj-^ cr-G j^ Bible-school of Jews. Quail. Mad. pheasant. sediment. Shabby. i_. s^jJjj -r'S^ be dissipated (uews. ^j \jS ^ ^'Jm' Folded book. To enter * p. To be worn out ( clothes ). Loop-hole m a ^_^v ^ ^ry^'S^ <" -tf- Main away. in. o to ( ^^ Go-cart. Old wo-^_^iji ^ man. trouble. ^j li.i To cram a. Seam of a j/y^ garment. nits. To study under a. Wrapper of a writing. ^j/j'^ «• To drive a.ji -^c Weavers. fi> fi> i To make amulets.'ji a rrj^:^ To lay a vine-layer. Care. exercise.i -S- ^ MijS ^ i^'^l School . To u^j^'^i Coran-school. (_^j)ja> ^ I-Lja* lose the teeth.ji1 its second half (month). hedgehogs. (book).pjilj ^"jj^j pji'l To thrash (wheat) on a COj^j '^'j^ plate. To become ^old — — ~ . Learned. j ^ I?>3^J s?JJ^ Ojj'i To skin (a sheep). To insert a. rail. Scroll of paper.^' To lecture a. Young of u^ljib ^3j5 vr ^y>J iJ^'y^ ^ jji rats. [im. Love-charm.. bone (the joints of a sheep). book studied. Lice. university. Luxuriant life. ^ ^ji Religious belief. * u-jlilj To study (a book) together. Teacher. Student. -*^JjJ> Erased. To set off To erase (a trace). with a shift.jji ^r-j^ -^ To be effaced. th. \'J:> cr-Uj. To study in darkness (traveller).-* wall. iji iSjS a i_. clover. To be stripped (corn-crops). To mutter. Testudo. ^ <>-'j-^i -rJ-^ oCjij trO^^ -r l^'j. Bull-dog. partridge. 0.J^jXji> rr j-lij^ ^ -<>• Toil. -ft- Gossip. Study. hares. o. 5 (i^ji a ^-ji -STo be broken. To be stripped of its flesh (bone). ^jiji -{Jtrained to. To talk nonsense. To tji a pji Elm-tree. To ^j-jji Hazel-hen. iji Ps Dregs. To strangle a. Tail of a camel ^jji Dry Alexandrian trefoil. & f. th. ^jjjl. J-k^S^ -ft- To live like a dervish. ^ u-j'^ machine. ^iSJi a less man. Francolin. 5 ^'i To clo*he (a woman. Thrasher. Effaced road. the floor. th.

i ^jji • -S- ^ji of (the sea). May God To reach ^j i)3c Vj dl-? <ul iJ>: V not bless thee nor preserve thee! the age of reason ii'j'i] He was hindered from doing. To come up together. o. overtake ill^S Uninterrupted journey.\'j'i\ ^ — To overtake a.J^t^] Watchmen.'Ji ^ 'U-ji ses). iijji\ ij)_3il shutter. to -K^'ji ) cJ^y:>j iijh ^ <Syi Step downwards. beast. ment of a gu'l. iljS — 'Jji •^ He holds him j'j^h S^^.*^J^ -i{- a th. To attain a. jiij — yCi ^ji\ -r f-'j? ^jilj pjj^j f^O? coat of iiiail.Ji. th. To j^'/^ -fr dance. p. o. To ward iij\i> off a. Clad in armom' (man). v^ j^p — Side.j. (child). jji Overtaking.jl^ovr3. flank. To realise (the truth of ). 'ii\ji Successful. Shadow.*c^ J? coat of mail (arrow). moon at dawn. To emit ( sound. th. tb. <fj^ w4'G'* To amend (a fault) by. To walk by a dark night. To take (revenge). -^ ^ Jjj^ ^ Narrow-necked . Catch. Measure for wine. follow ano- ther uninterruptedly. ^ iiy^ To di'ive a.ji ^ 'liji j. To waddle. closely.^ ii\j[xzl'^\ Jar having a loop- Jjijja Restrictive particle except. Responsibility -^ Police. ewe). Night lighted by the ^'J^j ^. Degrees of hell. ward off a. iJiji To hurry on. Dog. To reach maturity (fruit). ^j%[ Black-headed and ^. o. Small gar. th.J.^ j4-J iJj. To thrust (a spear) consecutively.^. Breast-plate. th. . To go forward.'Ji\ To rectify (a mistake).. ><»• Thyriac. <• To reuiedy (an evil). handle. journey). To follow a. men-of-war. -^ Patrol.) J^^jij Jlji Peach (fi'uit). o I Vl. Of a mixed race (man).jj^j f. th. o. obtention. Game. To overtake (game *_. To obey a.j^ ^ "Sji -fi- . o away. iij\j3 To obviate a. Result of an action. fi> shift slit in the forepart. sagacious. ^ Sj>- shaped cooler. . it\lji P To go on quickly (man). *^j.Wine. Leather shield. c \ To make a. : along.j'i To seize (a question). To perceive a. Piece added to ^ji Jj^ ^ 5 J*i <^'S^ a bucket-rope. Step of descent. Sharp-minded Faculty of perception. white-bodieu ( horse.lOl s>^l The To five senses.^ — hoi'ses). (opp. blackness of the thighs (in sheep.li — WooUen^jlju! ^ *^j^j. th. Long garment of the Jews. intellect.^ljij ^jiji -^j Jlji G Api'icot. Bulky Silk. ^ iij \jci Tenth metre of roll Lower part. but . fi>j s — To reach (an epoch). To bear a large standard. j^/j^ ^'Ji -> liable to damages. HelljU!) olTji fii"e.(/b?' jG^.0^ sr *^'j^ (God) overtook him with ?ri^Jf S ' his mercy. o1 J^ . C5Ji o Jljib Jj^ ^ Sluice of a rivulet.f. To obtain a.^jl i!. J — To drop closely (rain). Abyss.^ij. lion. To emerge from the (clouds: ^— moon). mat of a room. To soften a. f. Woman's shift. Bottom overseers. 5 \Sj\jJ> iljlS . To be full (belly). tracked as jj rather Vt. cUsjS ^ iJji Leaf of a door window.'s words.! a ^5 horse). Shield. To * iljar-Ll. Whiteness of the head and :cpjij ^. v_j A To correct a. a_.l0l verse. with (the sen. Large standard. Jpj J^ — ^ Ironclads. th. ilj. To continue (a >b — Piercing through a ^S/^ ?.

) . ^ The ^H^^ w : Noble lord. oj'^b . aj'jjJI J^. j To time (an instrument). of a bidl. Hare.^ Di'y and withered parts ^Jljij C(j'i of bitter plants. 0.j^jjSj Wjji RoUer. a. '^ji a oj':> -S- soiled (clothes). to machinate secretly i& Doronicum. 0. V^ j^ To become old. tar (in — — To To plot. th. To grow new teeth Fleshy. or a. sleek (limb). cylinder. cash. To prelude./Jh comb (the hair). o'jl^j oj. Tumour -if- *j oO'*^ 5 oji^ ojJj »r <ii3^ A oj^i Ts SUsji Ps Is ^J^j^ Ts Tubercle. o. 13JS o jjS -S- To repel a. *^ji To conceal a. . To lose its teeth (camel) To roimd the nails. Manger.\ji care of. C»3i a j^j'i To know a. <Ajiji To produce round leaves _^'j'i -^ (mallow). To disown morosely.^J To know by skill. on the body. To act n si^ia> j'jC:^ To take deceitfully towards. White and refined <tx}'jij j^ji floor. Dirtiness. Origin. /. Spokesman. '^//•^ "^ To come up of a jc CajS a «ji -^ sudden to a. Who knows ? ( It Toothless. ^ Slj^J ^'S^. Shining star. Curved (knife). with(news). Stealthily. 0. To be plump. plant. Weight of one drachm -<> PI. To become dim (sight). against thrust a. short steps (hedgehog). [m. A dozen. aj \jji ^ oj'jj. '^J^Ji\ To be inserted.v_i 5 ^^Ji1 To lurk for (pi'ey). Desk. th. th. 0. stall. To fi>j s jj%\j JjjS Roving by night. To defile a. leopard's bane. To slip in stealthily. to protect a. Dirt. insinuate a. To * Jl^^j Barren ground. Rope of a beast. Iron-comb.) ^. To blandish a. 0. Money. Ugly gait. To Aj 5 CjS — oomb (the hair). Taffeta. shabby (clothes).^jij ^j\i ^1*6 *. oi'igin spreads effects ^Ci j]^) ^-iLi said of the of atavism. 0. th. intrud^-r.^ •• "CVj^ may be . Hedgehog. plump. To bring Jl^ — calumnies to a. 0. > spy a. Erys. filthiness. cM^'j^tt «^j* P C'kJ?J ^''^y^J %.ajJ| oiAjJi Gropingly. Hare. To exceed a. th. ctj. 0. This lowly world oj^ >' Dirty. ^ Mast of a boat. To To C-i o ^i -Sfeel with the hand. Horn j\jj. ^ ^Z'i ^ ^^i--i X-)^'^ Secret hatred. Hedgehog. To intrigue with. perhaps. 5 To smear a camel with the armpits). «*6 To be buried in the earth (th). To acquaint a. -tt- Science. 1p The strokes of foi'tune. Plump (woman). -<> To be tuberculous. Decrepit (old man). Red-leaved ^ ^jil -Oji Jj__'ju ^ ) lJj. To become wealthy (man). foremost man of a party. ^.y * ^Xj^j ^J. >uji Toothless. red venomous snake. Fatherland. bridle. Iron-fork of winnowers. Rein. To become tooth-^^^l less (man). Underhand machination. C ^^'\ To weighing the ^^ (^^^ eight of an ounce. o. _. a ^ji (child) j^jjij yji\ Tree. To A Ir'^'^i u--^ To defend. th. -tf- To fall out (teeth). court of a palace. -^ Prudence. conceal a.J/>. trees.^ >i o^J*^'. %* j^ Silver coin roll (ship) jTjjJ -> Portico. Intriguer. sleek. Fleshy. To delude (game). Jurisprudence. js- — — To meet a. To be dirty. a. IfJ^^.) ^L->'^ i ^y^ "^ i>r6j Cb»jij '^j^J C»Ji^J '^j^ i -»J^ "STo run vnth. th.

Generous gift. ^i _^S ^ -l^-i _/-j3> Du'ty. a. I have ^Ci ^"liLlS P am from the _yivi ^i ^Military roll.i ^ ^i1 Key of a keyboard. To put grease in (a dish). * C-^i o ^ To shut (a dooi"). -^ To plot secretly.. ken (a child's dimple). o. To lay lint on ( ( ^i ^ . Amaranth. White appearance of looming. Large^ village. Silver trinkets. To bestow drive a. th. ^ij ^ . Dripping. (flowers). C-ii To be unclean (clothes). free A _^i1 defiled To be ^jj jt ill (clothes). Register. th. vomit. Corrupt (man). th. 0. o property). Anointed ^^jJ with tar (camel ). away.i To C-li a ^/-ij. enemy. Cushion. anemone bees. Taveru. To blac: of clothes. . Abyssinian. To ? . Quire of paper. HandfuL Large glass-vessel. Table well Strength.l»la To fill A — To seduce. a (camel) with i C^i i — To grope. Silver-tray.c^'^ P upper-end of a room. tli.. council. P To overflow (tank). be dust-coloured. affair.oi-i To be abandoned (woman. To •^ for -j^ travel in (a country). iJ^Sj ^i ^. Greasy (dish). To stop (a hole). Pattern. ^i -^ To To put aside fi>j s _^i -^ a.i-«- Plain. Nail for planks. •«• ^A— o'j:^^ ) fii Base of the neck. -^ Trash. ^ Lot of things. To j* i^i o ^S » throw back a. To nail a. Porridge of pounded wheat. To A moisten (the ground rain). eat dainties. Bulky camel. Dirty. 0. Old J-i^ man. Buried in the earth. Foe. Oakum for calking _^Sj JLi ^ jUi ships. To ruminate a. am the winner. Bundle. woimd). Copper-trough. Basin filled up. Bull. Greasiuess of food. to corrupt of JJi vessel). a ^:-i (a ^ To be stunted. Perceived by the touch. to grind. Earth-worm. Cork. »i-lij ^U-i Greyish-black colour. Hermit's cell. Digest of laws. Beauty. luniler. black. \^'hite bread.n^uS ^ j^-'i P Leave. <> . Blackness. (camel). ship. Lion. Seat of ho- To be greasy (food). Dii't. game. lost the J c—ifUl 'U c-^foi To To I stop (a flask). t^'» y\ Greasy.S of a water-skin. To relate the (words) To prepare porridge. sycophant. Ruse.a cT-- Limpid stream._^^i ked under the ashes (bread). To calk (a ship). Darnel-weed.'^ Te leave. Wliiteness. Skiff. Nature.i. craft. Game of chess. Ba- tr>^li Plain. C-i -{^ generously. ^^ i Fox. ( ^i ^>- J— ilxiS Ruminating much.i z^ t. stopper.i cr-i-?lji 9- ^ sjC-i P Spy. To smear tar. Washing- tub. Proverbial troop of Young Bear cubs. permission. jf'L.Suit .^aJ.j. ^V^. To be limpid (water) To fill (a vessel) to overflowing. Spy. Court. cnjCi ^ oVx^i P To spear a. horses belonCuJ. Long road. Stopper <iJ. dressed. To crush. Large basin.l^i ging to king Naman. Pack of cards. To sprinkle the ground rain ). ^'^ To stop (a flask). Desert plain. To see.^5 Minister. Measles. To dismiss (a servant). To a ^r^i nour ^^ ^i I cyJli .

Ugly colour.s^tij SjUSj_^i ness. Black ant. heavy pace. Black a. 5 . To be spotted (face).i_o Jo3 To repel (an orphan) ^j j ui ^i roughly. To be trampled upon. ji^i Generous camel-stallion. Belch. Colour of the elephant. th. ^ cJ-^ th. jt To pierce on another. for 'jkj 'J^'^j ^^jj sCii •> -^ To shake (a sieve). poijj Sluggish and heavy demeanour. To rob a. inaugm'ation. ^li ^':.. Foolishness. th. To repel a. pling upon dervishes. To kill a. To put on new clothes..tS -S- at a lila^ij Xcoti pOPi -^ To smoke without blaze \'J. — Excellent singer. into the thick * ^Jj cni-JC Dedication.li c. To rumple a. To fail to produce fire To be immoral.ii« ^Jj^J^J t^a/» a ^^ci -{^ j ^/atlS » ^apil ^ja&'Si Foolish. Playing (watei^). To have a tottering gait. Slight indisposition. Beaten road. o. ili-ji Ts -«- A ili'i o earth) by stamping. lewd. (child). Fruit of the solanum. To vex a. Rotten. (road) To look for o-^'^ ° Even (land). Corrupt. sport. Trace. (heat).'jj. To be trodden upon Beginning of an illness. ^^A) or a. Lewd. ^ci Smoking without blaze (wood). inaugurate a. Strong she-camel. uoj^'i To smash (glass). jlc'i -^ wax). ^jjlj contemned. To kill a. Ceremony of tram. To tire y ^IS -tf- Bad. si^^sj J-^^* To rovmd with the hand (clay. a (aJ. To run _. black and Ge^i a T-*i -^ fine (r-ye). Lewdness.ti -r To rush To i^i ll^ ) fit o Ci-i -S- Hatred. Lively. 0. mattress. — To fill up (a vessel). Wood-fl'etter. 0. 0. To be rotten (meat). o. Wickedness. To be . th. with a i_j 5 |_^Pij spear. ^^ u-jr*^ Crease. To pulverise (the A £tS a c^S ^ Bed. oiiij ouil c^^ of a fight. Black (night). Violent wind. Isolated palm-trees.i a (wood). -^ Foot-print. jc ^'^ Joke. To behave affectedly To sport together with. ij^^ Trodden t^ ^j^'Jj <• (horse). Tall (night). a. th. . To joke with a. (flint). o. 0. jolly. facetious. A Cp3 a ^'i -^ To repel a. ^i To A ^S To feel a chill of fever. Giving no fire (flint). To pierce a. Remainder of water. -<>• ^i ^ ^ta ^il J. Foolish. Black ^ » -5^ Width and blackness of the eyes. To disho- Jolly. -«Frog's eg^. th. <capi Watery summer-plants sought ^iii by oxen. :u|ii To push violently Aj n lipi a c^3 -H- . to pd'ess a. To shake fit (a measure) for filhng it. eyed. Sitij ?^ti p. To give a.. New ^i. ( ( /or ) To waste (a water-trough). (house. ^tJl wicked. ic c^jJl. Lively. * o^il cJ-'-^ To receive a. •<> To stumble. o. Weak. ? ^^ilj C^'i To thrust a spear into.tS Wide and black. 0. To brood rancour (heart). garment). track. j^'i> To be large. belch. 0. Harsh (man). Spear. To tread upon. o. A Jii ^ Wasted water-trough. Worm-eaten. th. Plaj-ful Thin- skinned youth. To put in stoi-e.^i ^ 'Uti ^ r-*i1 winged ants. nour a (woman). lewd (man).u3j Ci^ a w^i -^ To joke with a. Beaten road. ( a. Witticism.

Ill-fed.^i To swarm with (pond). To frisk (rat). dinner-party. in war. o^Jjl *2J^i > ). The Claim. To rely upon a. Jl. c^ -^ Black water..'i colours. To destrciy (a wall). J — To swear against. ^I'i ! iiaoj ^^uil ^ ^^i rounded hillock. to. o. Prayer.. Soft and beautiful youth. Call. To call out a. 0. -^ Pi-actice. White-breasted (horse). To rumple a.\'J. ( s animalcules ^^. ^ja^'^j J-^^'> e-'i CaU. FUled sack. is. -^ To beseech. Intertwisted plant. To crumble down. 0. to urge a. Voracious.**^ Lattice of an A call. — To enter an action against. th. A Ci'i a. 0. To call one another. To send down (an call a. Pillar of a house. I's. To by a name. th. o. To di'aw J. thing. Carpenter. o. To claim To coax a. Horses treading upon the enemy. o. ^ilj "^ Dim-sighted. v.^ a cUti To contend pertinaciously with. Sluggish she-camel. ? iii •^ To raise a contest with a. ( un. a. th. support of an arboui*. To pray (God). To wish good to. Qs^J. Roamer. 0. J J. ej\s. o^l^j o^i -fi- J^tl^j Jti iitS j-clji> Jli' To long after j cJ^ij 'Vpi o ^*i a. o. Sandy and -ft- To make (a raid). o1 j1 liJ' — To claim as a right. -^ To train ' ^l a. j — To call out a. affair._^liSj ^yx~»Gji> ^ ur'^Uis insect. Call for help. Invitation zy-i repast . assertion. je. To be propped upon. »_/j A To unite together against. law. a. ^"^ 'i Well supported.'^\ v^Ui chief of a tribe. ^jl'jJi ^ Worn out (garment). Darkness. sJUi a . j. o. Clothes of various ^jj. Foot-prints. to claim a 5 ^i1 spurious father. ^%[ to invoke a. insane. Beaten (road).'s name (in war). 0. to be cracked (wall ). To claim (a genealogy). To prop (a wall). ^':i -^ To hearten. Shower. To be multicoloured. To *j 5 £'j11[ exact. Pahn-leaves tied together. To A Cui a jti Avaste(a watering-trough: camel). to wish evil to. [s. k_<j A 5 — evil) upon To rub up (a sj a a wlfS -« skin ). InvocaInvitation. . s^Ipi »To be dark ( night ). to exercice (a iXt\> fi> profession). Main part of a road. Column. ^iji ol^i ^ S>^i "^ . To soothe an antagonist To take the newnaess out of (clothes ). u — To propose a riddle to a. s j£\ij >Ui i JpS -HTo go about. o. Hard and hot plain. ) itil ^ 'US Prayer to God. To be light-ininded.Ass. to help a.j^\ To pretend that. s ji-'i\j — Ill-natured. populated country. th.^ i -^ What a thoughtless man i^j>1 C. Ex- <D>i\'Sl ::fe»iijui Desperate antagonist. -^ To be at ( Beaten i. Wren (bird). Jl^ — To declare o. o. — a.Wolf. o. to a Convocation. To ^ i Sl^ demand a. <>• dUllxi To weep hired mourner). 0.se). -^ BusiSjliij Sj'i^j S^ti 4-j ness. A — To induce a. o. near (enemy). To be foolish. To contend together Fight. to stpJuO S^ti 2* Troop of cameLs. e. dinner. (God). perienced. to ask.^ tions.s dis-\i ^ To practice. To help a. — To induce. -Liifri To beat (a road). — To answer a call. a — To invite a. To start (a hor. Rambling at random.

a. o. Motive. life. claimant {at law). ill-luck.Vjji jluJI — ^ z^jji Young of the wolf. to To To rush on. Summons. . To mix together Obscurity.Walk straight on. Defendant {at laic). To To To ( stop (a vessel). in a body.'^^ ^l. vicissitude3_^jbjj| J-^fi To take in a lump. o. action.' let- J a ^'Slj ^'i1 (horse). F.J. Secret hatred. Adoptive son. (heat). In spite of. 'Uii y\ jiii -ftInvitation to a repast. not in ranks ! To be brown-coloured Reviled. o. To To strangle repel a. iMotive. s^'i glut (food).dil c^'i To To dazzle a. iLti Jv^Mj Jiio ^ Jt 3> unsoundness of an affair. ^^1 J^i To be bushy (land). jSs. 0. ^.p oJlj j'J^^j I^S a — To be thrust back. Willingly or not. <^J-J^J <SJ-'> Ts Straightforwardly. ^'Ijj iLx^ij xli'ij j-ii J-^'^ Cas-'ia -^ -S- Surname of the Prophet of . ^ fl> — Praying earnestly. imprecation. s t^S a cJ-'i To aj s \jii a ji'i -^ Bushy.. into. contemptible. ^j. Easy ^ •^ Attorney-general. To slip in unperceived. ^. True. Spurious •Ut'il ^ j^i ^ f. vj » — -S- Confusedness. -^ (food or anger). Foolish. elephant. law-suit. J— To rush inconsidei'ately upon.^_^lji ^ *it)S Circumstances. t_. To squeeze a. To cause a. -<)• Wicked. th. 0.5 th. To contract (two tera) into one. taken by (darkness). ^ Darkness is setting in. js. »j .j^^ i/!^ Thick plumage.. To snatch a.To be over- r^ j ^'ilj. Secret hatred. •^ j^at'S a. o. To crush J abash A ^'S fa To break into (a house). Clamours of horsemen. anxieties. secret place. th. Petition to a court. : ^'i\ 5 To blacken a. tickle a. j^b Knee-pan. bridle (a horse). 0. — -ft- •toi. J yd. Point at issue. th. 0. a >J^':> ^ Cares. Thicket. directly. </^' ^jj> ^i. Charge U-« V |>ij Jt^ V j'jTi the enemy. CJjJI cJj-'il (fighters). < To bruise To mar (a business). 0. (. Behave in a straightforward way. — the face God ) . insert a. to & ^'i]_. 3. Dusk. To {jii a ^'i put on a coat of mail.\i Colour of the face blacker tUij v^'i than the body (in beasts). To choke a. upset ^^l down. Furtive snatching. To irritate a. ji. the jNIoslems. (by words). religion. Ji'i ^ ^ To fester (wound. Claimed (property.lt a ^op'i To j a. -^ if.ti be choked by ^^i son : claiming a false father. Pure water. (a child). l/. ic — To be ill-tempered. J^i ^'li Claim. To deceive. ^ Js-'l^^ to death. impulsive. compress (the throat of a child). of time. j ^t )i 5 ^'i1 Humble. Fore-finger. s^ilj Riddle..^iS ^\j Pain in the throat. to slander — a.^eath). Ivlisfortunes. fi> — — Bottoms of valleys. 'jJ^'iS. o. Plaintiff. _. J.}. To be squeezed.b uiS To overcome a. 0. tJjVpi j j\ti ^ Jj^^ '^i je^S *!til To drink (water) hastily. Je J^'^ To throng near (the water. jpS j^' Xitli JjVii Ji-\'->J^ To ill-feed To mix a.i -^j darkness. — To wound Tickling.Cii-i C T a J^'i -S- Curse. To rash on. To glide Jp'il in (a place).'^ Straight on. CalHng to a sVti To hurry in doing a. right). (the nose of). cold). 0.iji ^ Muezzin. 0.Ci3 a^Sj >-'i ^ swoon (heat.

o. Emigrants. ^Usi Stove. to i Ciii ^i -^ I To press.To clothe a. o6^>i3 1 ^i^i. Migrating nomads.^ji. Tambourine. Bank of sand. it /b — camels as (fui-. th. (clothes. what a stench alJ^Sij To jostle. ^fVo j. 0. '^jS'i J*lii scoun- warmly. jlji The world.l>i r S^^ .'s self with\jlc_:ijUilj \I>J To mix a. To upbraid a Warmth. o. . Ill-nature. cjCJjII The two skins of a drum.i^i -ft- thes to warm fire). The t\vo faces of a book. o_^i Warm Warm clothes. gloomy (day). To be possible! to be within of. th. l//^ _n"jS P Letter book copy. skimming the To put off a. fii The two leaves of a door. Tj'i ~ push. give much. To compsl to.|syij i« a *Ji warm. To hurry on. o.Cii a Darkness. J[* — Drummer. s tlJij r^\jA ^\i To avert an evil from. 'tii j. To become maggotty I^jS o jii (food).Ji To bring (news) confusedly 0. account-book. a. To warm.'j^^ To be dark.(>-i!l jiJ«nii book. flank. To hurry (man). Pouncing in skimming the :Uli o^i ^§i ^jji -^ •<>-To pay (a sum) to a. To strike a.^j'tii j\Vj\i'i vii-lrtsi Accountant-general. Female slave. (hawk). Produce of 'iSil ^ ''.u^.— To dash (ton-ent). leisure (camels). to a. ^_^i ^ 'Si Leaf of a door. 'Q'^j %'Jii ^ ^»ib Ji Fie. Snuffling i. warm To clo- a liil Black-nosed (horse).>i i ilji a To go on at '^^J '^'^ '>-9'i -i^ •<>• Crook-backed. t^ljjl y^y' a ^ii -^ -> Tiller of a ship. o. obstinacy. milk etc). 'oiZuj To skim along the ground '^i-ci-l. o. ^jSij . Profitable (goods). Gift.i i — — To root out.VaS ^ ^oi writing-book. Shelter of a wall. Clothed ._pili plank. fire). Drum-maker. house.ti V >'» _. People of a low class drels. P To come consecutively upon jlit '. *^CiS -^i-j • ili-'S ^^'arm. i Uilj \li fw . to. Malice. ui'il ^ Sj 'l»i ti (day. ifc_. wiy^sr <^-*J a shutter. o. a. To despatch man. To be /ji^: contradictorv. avert an evil from a. th. refute (an argument) by. ground (bird). To warm (clothes. \\'armiug. hearth. deliver up a. th. Archives. o. __. Uil Register. J -cl^j o'ji c. quit (a place). o.. ^^Jlj ^'jT. To To be flutter in slowly. -^ cA'ji fyij. (way). to hover (bird). to keep warm. on the •<> s i^'ii o ^i breast.-<>- To pay a. to elbow Serew-steamer. -^ ^ To plead on ^— Ji^ fi> Army advancing behalf lead to To pay for a. th. to snatch a. of. Dayly book. Rudder. ^jijS "^il_. 0. fi>j s CSlxHj iVji ^ — discard or a. J'si\ ijs.* Csi i a wounded j lilij ^i 4- Inventory-book. To flutter. o. \j'^j l^ii The world. ^c Jj — — ground (vulture). To straggle together. To be well arranged (affair). despicable. Cloud.Jii P -fr a. To push a. Boai'd. To be vile. (affairs). A -if- leaf. ^ui -^Ij _^ii -^i Stinking. A side. ^i-'i ^ -fi- Summei'-provisions. oj To To To To To To repel. o. with . J — the reach Side. to crowd together. Jli -^j ••3 i Confused (mind). a. Raia between spriug aud summer clothes). To stmk. 0. . to a. ^ Journal.

<-To pay a. -^ To tattoo (the face). Fameless (man). To attain a. Bent (old man). To fire a cannon. ^Ija p. To bury (the dead a treasure). 'Uii ^ o^i Filled up (well). th.). oleandei*. j _^l 'Jli Tar. Rapid walk. To pour forth (water).L5i oi "^ To empty ( a vessel ) all at A J^ib ~ once. To bruise a. (camel). To ^jjl. To examine ObUque. To be abstruse (question). To have the teeth stanCiai a j|i Inclined. -fy Ji/ fi. pai'ticular in. th. To cause a. ^Jj* ^ lii Secreting (milk) before bringing ^li forth (ewe). Rush of people. a pouring. Repulsed (poor man). launch forth ( horse). Having the teeth standing out. Concealed.llx/' i jsi -S- <• To vomit. To hasten (beast). To coin Swift. Propulsive force. To conceal (ne-ws). To To strike (clock). Fool.ili Pvuuniug at random (slave. Rhododendi'on. reaction. _^VI . To be small.) -^j jijJ' . J j5i He exacted from him ^jU-aJI j iJu the particulars of the account. camel ).: t^'-^. ^liiJI i/^i wj. j|a> Walking quickly jsi To examine a. To be profuse in speech. to die (God). jii a. To be dispelled (evil). paltry. Means of defense. di'iven back. To be minute. Latent disease breaking c^iij ^io out. minutely. -<>• To despatch (a 5 ^'iij j'^'ij wounded man). To break. 3 — To . Lazy (shep. ^1jl> ^ ^jj> Fool. Sluggish [m. stooping. 0. Great 'b« A jli To bestow a. go briskly (ass). Avaricious. liquid pitch.^lj. th. ^SjJ' -. lucking (camel). Rushing (water). To continue a. A rush. th. th.cJi ( T T ) j. «uii ^ jsil •^ To refine ( hem fi> i -tf- ( ( ). th. to be shed (tears). To be filled He began to sing. -l^ii ^ ji\ ding out (camel). 4-^ Channel of a torrent. th. uji o f. iminterruptedly. to bruise a. tree. J_^i^ J\ii Rapid walk. Filling a valley (stream). A cJ'^i -^ **"*^ payment. To be fine. tr-SfJ' ^-Jl ^^ A 'Si\j j5i He hastened in his walk. Hurrying. ^Cannon. miTo be poured forth. a rush.ii'i To knock at a door).f. Long-necked she-camel. c-iJ^-JI J — To be buried (dead . Buried t^'easure. To come all at once. insane. Fleet and (money). ^J^^j ^^ ~ generous she-camel. jSjJIj J^-^ nute. evil). th. Burial. i^/j ^\ — To waggle in walking (camel). Modest ^ Zl^'i woman. a Csi o o'i .^ Laurel-bay. fine. minutely a. ^j>j ^i_. Buried. to one another. To ring a bell. Impetus of a torrent.^lCj To be poured jSlc-llj CSyij liai o — — (water).^ ^'j^ y a Spanish crown u^ed in Egypt [about 4 sh. o^^'b o^-*' treasure). ')S Inside o<"an affair. A ^\j2 To be repelled. th. To escape (slave).l^i o ^tji isS -Jl- herd). Breaking out (latent oliilj Ravines of a valley.oyi Burial-ground. A A time. ^JiJi 'iJi (f To load a cannon. Crook-beaked (eagle). ^i] To be long-horned (buck). ^Sl ^':> A push. To play on (an instrument). — j fsJSJ-l up (well). .yi 5. To send a telegram). * . profusely. To manifest A pouring. To pray (God) to'avert (an evil). Uij — i fiU up (a weU) 4» J%\j Gi J'^ «with earth.Ujli ^ji'^ Shower.j-iii ^ woman.

(on j CJi o»^ "^ the chin). Obstacle. Stone-hammer. Flour. 0. ^ J^Ji* "Jldli chest. 0. To clajjji » mour (man). Chin. fine. iJi Step by step. A j!» to detain a. 0. Short drawers. To o-^l become hollow (moon-crescent). *Jjji j^^'^i jX^ Hammer. Ewe. To pound.5 *js1 vl>l i^^ ^i\ C« Barren plain between two neither little nor much. j. fi. iS'^^j '-^'^J »'^^J verdant garden. on the i p^^j <ryii'^ 5 >G'i o Jai -Vf ^Jil good.l5i^ j(»ii Te To strike a. ilJ^j xh':> Minuteness. To withhold a. Fine.^. Sjl^*? . thin. jSjij — Small ewe. Gi jjS ^ -^ ^ :^i jJi *jJs minute of time. j. Stripped land. •^ J>'^ \^'ooden bolt. Jili ^ iL»Sj xisij Usi To break the teeth of. To open To A Vfe»i o 'Ji -Sdestroy ( a wall). To reduce a. with foul word3. To cheat. minute. To flatten (the earth). To di'ink (a road). a great deal. (wind). plants). th. *CJi a ^'i -ftbear poverty impa- ji 'joJI content with a mean Hectic fever. to touch a. Pestle. To lose the fi'ont-teeth. minute. To be broken'jaj).v'ili. To delay.c53j. Bad Indian. Abstruse 'h>\i <3/\ -^ j-3i (question). To loathe milk (young camel). ^ To bar (a door). jlil To be small (sheep).fji (T r ) rgive little. Miuute. Extreme destitution. To To cleave to the dust. jljj To become thin. Embarrassment. y^j'i — To produce bad dates (palm-tree). to crush a.'\A'i t6 ^ Performance of music. tiently. -^ Performer of music. To be CJj> o ^S -fr far-oxtending in the earth (marsh). on the nose. Slanderer. content with ^\'z) Fine. X* sustenance. Fore-ai'm near the wrist. o. The small (intestine). •^ To wound the feelings i^S a jjS of. Pounded perfumes. Salt. jluJI ^iii — To be pounded fine. To act minutely together.-s. ^ corn. CJi a ^i ^j u ^oJI^ To patter (horse). Flour. •<> To be knocked (door). o. To abscond (man). BeauA stroke. 0. To strike a. Fine dust swept by the jSS ^ :J'i wind. •(> Powder. Dates of inferior quality. To level a.J|_^ J — Dust. th. penetrate into (a j Cy'ij counti*y). Luxuriant. ^^jii <• {%':> a Ji'i -fr To be surfeited. (neck). To knock repeatedly. Pattering of hoofs. Calamity. (a well). To fill up (a well). Bad habit. o. Consumption. To To To fall fill upon the enemy. To strike a. Opposition. Quarrel. ^>\ To revile a. beard. 0. To mumble. Crumbs. To vomit.. Clamour. Flying away.i^i Abstruseness. Particular Wooden *j|j^ ^ ^J^j 'S^j 'J^ .} ji Black (poverty). Man of little -if- Vehement (hunger). Meanne. (man ) Fiour-merchant. ^3 ol^^i Lattice supporting a vine. ^i -^ To scrutinise a.. Grass-hopper. gently. th. jSS Lateen-yard of a ship.«j Seeking. Abasement. To be verdant (field. Smallness. ^'jj. To overtake a. To He has given 'oj>i:> To me give sheep to. Minced meat in balls. o. <> To be exact.j CjS o ^ii ^ To baat off. degree of a circle . To mountains. Consumptive. typ. ^ To load (fire-arms). Emaciated. jyi Slender. to misery. jGa what is mean. Pestle for pounding i-ice. To tap. Nut-ci'acker. Pounded.. Slander.i mallet. perplexity. Powder for the eyes. Having the front-teeth broken.

To blandish i jj'i To be heaped up. th. coquettish with. dl^^oi To fill up (a well). away 5 C^i o ^i *-» 2^ -J^ ^ Running sti"ing ( /or *&*. Jj A jS\i . To behave boldly. To be depressed (hump). (earth). To be ill. proud. To » — Disagreeable thing. it JjcJ. To push CiTS 5 ^3 -^ daisical._o^ J» "~ arly tov ards. To relapse ( for ^jjsci. 0. *^^ Jc — ixS'i Flattened hill. C3'i a jT^ Sii'i Blackish colour. exchange.| Numerous flock. haughtily. * >Uri i o Ji"i -^ exhaust (a beast).^^ ^/"^^ Colocyuth mixed with dates. To overpower a. To stop a To Jl^j jc 5 direct a. th. o. th.iJ'^'-* "^-^ ^ ^V*^^ 2^ij j^li_. Even (gi'ound). •i~^^ ^r^* ^r^^^ Relapse (in a ^lTJIj XlJ'i • To rely upon. hard worker. Weak-sighted. unrestraint. ^ ) xJ'S To di'iv^ a. Crowd. To be affected. Sandy and even . To be lackjs. To heap up * o^ ij Ci'i . ^^"i — ^iJa -ftTo have a cold on the chest (horse). th. famili. i'vi o C!i * To indicate a. To grow forth plants (soil). Gunstick. To be beaten.\ ) (sick person). o. -^ To iJ^i -r To tranaple upon a. Sleepiness. o— ijlxji disease).Barter. o. ^i^sT'-^ ^-i^i Flat-backed i)^a>j . Shop-keeper. To infer a. to a. iJ'i by striking his breast.jp J3»1 con). To be poured (water). Rebellious people. Hard. 0. seat. 5 J^i jJlG be loaded (gun). To be dil-ected. difficult. on the throat. ^ 'iJj^ *iJjL» cjT^^ 5. th. Stone-i)Ui bench -^ Gun-charge. J^'^ij J^'^ "4* jJS'i -^ Oven-poker. from. jS'i\ "^ •> To weaken a. To heap up 'ic <iJjS li What has emboldened thee against me. To butt a. (fufnitiu'e). To be blackish. To be compact (sand).'ili> ^ '^i ^ 'dil . 0. o. o. Blackish. CrjTLri ^^ o^^ Grinder pounder. '-' J* ~ 1 jSa7j Jvij :^l3j 'Si To barter. coquetry. th. Shop. je — To pounce upon its prey (fal. To become levelled (hill). '\-^-6%ji Very ^S^j . Humpless (camel). Ic *i)|j5 -iJjJi. To ask indications about. ~ j^\'^ o o^'i * Bench. j A ^'i for trousers. He showed him ji^U "^. into. o (illness). pLT'i To pick up (mud). Cold on the chest of horses.^ Ji jWI *^^ c^^V •tii'i ^ 's^. (horse). th. Shop. To >Ui a 'Jij .» j /fc iJaJ-5 -«run a string into trousers. -^ To run a * wJ"i string into trousers. a To tickle a.^ Boldness. Flattened sand-hill. th. i crack (in a wall). Plain. child. land. ^> CJ'i a ^> -ft- ^^fil ^^-Slo\ -^ To put up a. (a horse). Strong. To. Unmananageable. To treat a. iifei Complete day. surface. o. To press upon a. To cocker a a. To let (a beast) wallow. iljij'1^ dtoLf ij iliiri ^ iJlC^Sj ilj^ij dJJ'i the way. ^^jJj i To spur a. o. 'i)i To mix a.j^~?J ^j^l'^i ^'/^ numerous. *-^'J^ fy Ramrod. Wily. Bodkin. To beat a. Of bad omen. To repulse one another. to a. jii"i ^ 'liyi xIaT^J J-^^ j. o. Blackish mud.Si <• exchange . to auction.VVSj VS d^ behave boldly with a. To insert a.

To push a. To walk with short c. symptom 'Vil of a disease. th. Pilot. ^Vi ^^'^ ^'^:. direction. land). Ca-)i o^Ji -«.To in swing the arms fi> Joji ••j Jaii -ft- Deceit. Plane-tree.. To conceal o'self. Portion of the night. Andalousia. ta'ih a ^y:> Grove of plane-trees.!Slj A ^)% .feJlij u^luij ^>S . Mind. To furbish /t ^S Gladiolus._^i Darkness. against. To carry milk. Battle-fields. To be drawn and flabby (child). jt cX^'\ ^j^^ ^>j u^i^ To burst into high words ( i . Wavering. Race of negroes. th. Guide. To be &Ji a ?^i -^ . «n)Jj5j tJ':* tt i'j'^i y^'> -tt- Good manners. Swift-walking. Journey undertaken at day-ioj'ij SajS break. glossy. thick. To be polished (armour). (tooth). Spain. Auctioneer. Smooth. To To •^ loll loll out (wolf).\ cS'-^ Even ground.Ck]i Jib -«i To carry water to a vVj.. ^S -fr Spaniard. Self-confident. -^ 2 ^i To be big ^jj\ To carry together on a stick. Proof. th. o. (a burden) * ^JlJ7 Idiotic fellow. th. Broker. Hairless. 2< GiVi . Unextinguished coal. 'Si To conceal the defects ^':i — ^i of goods (seller).\ny rotary machine. craft. To become fat. (belly). Shiny (armour). Swarm of locusts. JJ'^ a . dangle.iJi — dJi -fr plant). . To dash (waves). Jaljij\ iaiJil. corn-flag o. ^ JJ 3 l}jJ^ To eat a. To ^J^)j . slip out. th.^^' graze.^ Cup-board. 5 ^^i To become green at the end of ^Vi summer (plant.Ji -« a ^i'i Intrigue.Fat. To be cockered Hedgehog.i3ij> ^ ^J'il Shining. ^' jJlj Cj_^ij CJi (tongue). Lair of JiJi Hardy wrestler. Prognostic. fi> . ^Vi ^ l^l'^j ^':> To cover to wrap a. Worn out 'l. to swing.vi K ji>1 ji Giving much fat. To pluck (the hair of the forehead). 0. ^i ^ — To walking. Bidding by auction. To cockei:. rain (cloud). To set forward at night-fall. Workshop. Shiny Wabbling. ilj'ij Land. . To wrong a. cJSl. JVi Indication. To be worn out (incisor). plotting. (sword). To walk sluggishly under a bui'den. To lean on apocry- Salary and craft of a Hs'ij iiVi broker. ^Jlji ^ v'^jij v'^ji P To throw a. heart. To dangle a. oWi xiSj^z-j ^^Jji Underground. J. To glisten. ^pJi -^ ^Si\ ^St. plant becoming ^^vil green at the end of summer. ^ij ^i ^ oVi ci'^' i Even (ground). little by little. ^)|S Broad. '^^J'ajI »^! li Water-wheel. To scatter (pebbles). (an armour). in.Ji To drop fi'OHi the hands. To hurry forward. even road. JaJju -(f-j JjJJj Jjji Jljji ^iJVi fi> i^ Hedgehog. (star). to pet (a child). fit Smooth. bustle. '0'Sj> To smooth a.Trick. phal authority. Motion. inference.Ji "^ v'i. To begin a journey before daybreak. a^'-i^i To rush towards. jJVi ^ <M?-> *'X'* sign. a'ilj To cheat. Polished (stone). . to steps. Cii a . on the breast.] 5 tank. .

to no avail. Foes. o. Rushing horsemen. X^ lij Ji j la QJS JjjJ Now. to train a. Slipping forth (sword). To wrong a. Glossy. To rush successively. The last night of a lunar month. Misfortune.^i Momentous stone. ointment. The devil. -^ Oozing.6 Broken by age. it j1liL:i. To hang Wood To be pigeons.To pour (a liquid). o. ( To be ^vil. of Turks. pi-esent-( for c^'ji\ ) cJ'Ji o -J^ To rub a. To move on slowly To be intensely . o kindly. To urge Jl. Rubbing- *&*JJi^j di)a> Sea-shell. To be intensely dark (night).'s self in a bath. potter's earth. <>• Weakii^'jj (ji a ^. d^jj To perfume o. Heath-cock. jj— Weakening of the knees. Dolphin-fish. of a. Male sand-grouse. To draw (the sword). To fall back ^j.i ) -S- CCJi>j C»J>j GjJ'ij CiJij liJi ^i -fr in the knees (camel). Arrow glancing off short of the mark. — To be intensely dark J^'i\— ^i -^ ^i '^-^^ -ft- (night).'s self with. iiang-lipped. To break. X^'^ ^S •• black-coloured. To open (a door) abruptly.iUi and sour milk. ^.CiJ':> o jJi (sword). Absent-minded. . th. o. (bird). Intruded upon. bewilder a. To take a large mouthful. wiij w^i ^ ^. ^Ji Courageous. -^ To polish a. jiajlj ^^jJ To slip out (sword). ^':> ^ u jiJaj \s. ^-''* Calamity. be jli ^ ( jji'^j jVi y -^ ^Sj j)ji wildered. u _ijjj|. »iOi ^ — Outstripping camels (she-camel). To agree upon. I Elephant.. i^i o Vi •& di'aw up (a bucket). To make a raid upon. ^^ Very black. confounded.v'5)j> o Jii * sword). •t)- heavily. "Worn out. Uselessly.'s self with. Wolf. with ^A (UJi o iUi s Speechless. Absent- minded (lover). To ask the intercession o>^ij — Dust swept off. i ^vi iJuJi -^ Clay. (f. To be launched (horseman). pjJla-^ Experienced. (love). to A jjij . ^ j_^i heavily. Glistening j^Vi ^ ^Vi (man). Ji^ ^'Ji To be poured upon. th. iJ^i (a camel) gently. ^j^> . To walk (ai'my). oj^Vi ^ crtiii" -G To unsheathe (a ^ jJilj . RIack colour. Ji':. (of his due). J^ iJ ^!i1 To advance towards. ( black. jJ3 P To jG7j (a^Sj i^'ii (^i a '*3^i absent-minded by love. To anoint o. ij~'^'^i ^ Intense darkness. Black Male sand-grouse. affair. the hand.\ (door). <iu5^ f ^^V^ Lark Foot-rasp.^Vi Fruitful palm-tree. trial). un. Food of fresh ._^il. To be bebe diverted fi'om. . chink. Ci=jJi — To put off (a creditor). to. Cluster of ants. Swift eagle. To pour forth (torrent). ichneumon.'^viij (lip). S — To decline to set (sun).( T'-X ) dU. (time. s dJii To rub o. s Csji'i o jJi To slip forth jJIajIj . night). fortune. torli*' To To jt Ji a Weak-minded. Lion. vi Depilatory paste . Ash-tree. Intensely dark. j'i ^ 'Q>i j. Shining (gold) glistening. ^>V'i « Weasel. to decide a.To become old (man). Fat camel. To treat a.iJS . o. Mis. Fruit of the sweetbrier. ^V3 Jil Walking dye. . th. -ija)! Tribe of Kurdes. rent. obscui'e To ooze through (water). Clever (guide). To let down . . Black. Dark. Water-melon. ^ilj — He spoke to him harshly.

To soften and smooth (a bed).li stoop the head. . Red. t^^^. A ^Ji — rr. j^\ inserted fast. . th. * r-*^ of camels. Arrow of a game. To snarl (beast). To mention (a tradition) to. with. u. Aquarius dij 'Vij Jil yr )>'> ^ To set a. To be ruined.' j|_ ^ — ~ Meekness. To pe'ij\A'ij ijV*3>j rish.j-f^> U-*i — conceal a.'s clothes). a c^i To backbite a. To hang (fruit. To correct (speech). Loaded with Xam ^>'J^ ^j^i -S- cover. th. short. To have a j>(»:>j -y^] To be ugly. . 'sM'i o >a To anoint (the eyes) with a ^'^j collyi'ium. vile. xJui To afford an ai'gument. *3 |i r-»ljj iJOii o cJ^i -« a c. To plait (the Black grapes. in (o. ^ii ^. to break upon. To be even and soft \xl>'i C T ! To let down a. I i ^ "J . To » :i-.»i I I . town of Syria. o. — To -)^ I torment 'j>*'i ^S head). j'i a J. submit to. coUyrium. *>*>i-iij To be To To To i^yi cr-^->JJ o ^^i be obscure (night). To speak in anger to a. 'Sj'i^ "> ' A '^y^ Ugly and Broad -ft- ^C>i ^ ^^i ^>ii^ small ear. a. ^)1 it Jjc To hurry on. Ant. a (a horse) slender. 0.^bi ^ fat. ZjyJafo'i'i i desert. jj. je ^aii To crush. intense. 0. To ^j. To tar ^ — fi> ^ Jx (a ship). upon. To render tyi}. 5 r-»li To wrap a. o. l_i C»i ''^a -Swhitewash (a house). 5 Jp — To be 71^ 3 -^ Sb r-'^'b '^^i — To get down from a horse. To destroy (people). Hoe-rake. Jii locks). ^ fit fit ic- Plait of hair. u b>»i — To be foul. Hole of a jerboa. Bi'and To insert a.Jlji ^ :a 6 To wrap o. to detroy a. To break (the head).i3 Bucket. Meek (man).o a ^s -8- To To To To To bower.rj>'^ To league together against. Clandestine (peace). th. . o. To ally by marriage with. (ground).'s self in clothes. badly. J'ij Cj\^i ^ SV3 — Watch-chain. To agree with a. To come down to a. To rumble (thunder). Cat. o.^3 -Sfii stop up (a hole). Dung. iSi Some one. bucket). Jp^' fn ^. ^uSj ^lii -^sjsjo! Rounded (spear-head). oCUt^li ^ <-V-. be perplexed. th. To twist (a rope). ( /or j% j5 )_.^ He gave himself up to evil. **!? — Soft and sandy land. To level (the ground).To soften the manners. j>U. j ^Jiil Small bucket.in (i. Field wa. virgin's 'li^J. . from. th with. 0. To break To exterminate ( a (the tribe).^13 fiiMi Dark (night). To behave foul son. th To conceal (a secret) fi-om To mumble. aright. To blandish a. To hum.i -fi- J— smear a.la7 < against. 0.'s self. to fi> J & ^ C-^j a i ij .cr*^ To be mild (temper). if. Misfortune. itj 5 _^a To burn hair in his hut (hunter). . {Zodiacal sign). tered by a water-wheel -^ Grape-vine.^Ji Palmyre. trinket. •^ Clematis. * ji>\'i To grumble js. ejjti ° y. v9j '>*^ Flood-season of the Nile. To b8 in good state (affair). Liniment. Water-wheel. J * — To offer a bribe to (a judge).Vl c^i To let down (a bucket). defile o. J^ i To spend (the night) awake. •<>• Demi-john. To delude a. be near to. To To be high. i — -To intrude. hurry to its hole (rat). Louse.

a j1-»3> s -ff to break a. dark (night). To twisty \ig^i (a rope ). o. ^^{ Object.^^. th. oi^l J^'^'^ Damascus. To hatch (her eggs hen).«^i -^ To bi-ing forth before tei'm.^C»ij ^i^^Qi ?r crCd'i place > Underground. Coix-lachryma. man).(T-A Full to overflowing. Rolling-pin. Wine.5 Ready to shed ^. 4_. ^ J^k 'U-.^^jVl Ji' — <> To kill a. J Ca^i Oj_. a/s.] ^ ^. Row A dl^^ljui ^ i)lilL» of stones.Ji x'Si Quick. Issuing blood (wound). c-U^i ) Lachrymal glands.C»ij JLii ^ . To s — ^ i ^i a^^ stamp a.^^^iji s Ci»S ^ /JJii To damage the a. To make peace between. even.j. Misfortune. Ainbrosia. alive or dead. To intrude jc. ^j — To have the hair shaven Cj^i a ^j^t'^ off. To manure (a land). •^ To brand (a beast).^' Snow-storm. (wound). pia mater. th.^ i a ^d^i -^ heat. hog-weed. A^^'i To anoint o. t Xfc^li ^J>i ^ 6yi dt^ln^ Tears. ^S^^il zi«i Mason's level.^i1j ^.:b ^jii ^i Hard. ^j-yi^j ^^li u-y^'^ 5 ^jil fi> — o-i''^^ t Secret^liJij . To disgrace a. -if- ^ A drop. o. ^Cti . Raw silk. Jl. concealed. ^Ui Tears of old age or disease. sun). army To fret fi'om excessive Q. th. To sprinkle (dough) with fiour. oy S'f^i ~ To be healed J/jJIj "^'^ a y)> . : a o v^ "^ braJQ (blow. To -fr i a ^^ 3j Cu>i a issue blood (wound). catacombs. :Uo Ts li^S Stamped paper. To constrain a.u^ Meninges. — upon a. To heal A ^A^-S — (a tumour). way in. to. secretly ^ j_^i To hide a._. into. 3^'^^J J^r' bastard hel. light-handed. th. ^y'^j f-^''^ Rainy. shining seeds of a medicinal plant. *i»6 Spadix of a palm-tree coming forth. o. Great. To enter (a place). llAi Liquor oozing from the vine. White ^rl^^^J a^. tear. o. quickly. To shed Ci» — tears (eyes).'s self.sky (sun). Range of stones in a wall. To overcome To prevail A— fi>j To bury a. lebore. '^\ j To rise in the . To break the teeth. Stamp. It drizzles. 0!>Uij !Ao o J>^i -S- To improve a. ^Cio)! 'j>\ Wound General of 2/1 j^C>i ^ jil-'i L Ihe Greek Empire. th. Hateful. o jo -f5- To despatch To train. ^/>i cr^'"^^ To run CJ>ii o tilli (hare). Tearful (eye. th. Damasonium. th.1 . v^ To shed a fine rain (cloud).4> — To insert j A jf':^j j^ij (i/'i o i — . To act gently with.i. ^ •^ Brand. j^aJb Csy^i .. Dewy. th. dl»lj^ quickly Scanty-haired. •^ Irrefutable argument. Tears. ^' upon (error truth). 5 j. A ji':. To swallow (food). to overflowing. Speedy. To h?. siik-cloth. skuU. smooth. To have eyebrows thin at the : fi> end and thick in the middle. Job's tears. tiAi *k>Brain. Important business. Covered. To grind.yi fi ^il . ciii jJi P J^^j J^l^ Entrance. . 0. Jjj <1jl_o reaching the brain. Gaol. (wheat).-<> To compact a. To steal a.> *«*^ tears (woman)."ClL^i ^ a. o. — To A fill up a. th. ^jj To enter a cavern. Hunter's hut.^ J>^ * -^ To hasten in a. fit cr-i*^J f3'i Obscure. o. •4>- a. To put grease (in food). person seen from afar. seal.

Blood. :cj':> Crook-backed (man). manure said woman of bad origin. o. it il^i a j/i To become rotten and black ^li (palm-tree). A Ui Plants becoming green after summer. o. Treat ilJ ^S U iX^_J. Mutter. Duug-heap.» the no. Smooth stone. tassel. bracelet. : Earthen jar with a tapering bottom.j A j>'il med to. vile. to mumble. <>.sOS -Oilj swoon. to. Boil. j^j.se. s \|j. th. To manure (a field). J^'jj'i < -^ ?^ecklace •< frog. ^ il^i o ^i -ff To brood hatred against. "• Happiness.^J^l To be manured (land). wing in of a beautiful Depression of the back. o. >. Scum of the .^J '^^ oCyiij imposthume. Dwarf. th. \}i a 'iii To ride a jade. red juice of several trees. Manure. hang doNvn. To buzz (insect). To round a. i^'. Black and rotten plant. Cjui oi To be cx'ook-backed (man). Deei>rooted hatred. 'o'i ^ "Ci ^ oil Short-legged (horse). Manure. To stale in (a place cattle). Sjfi> — To grant a. J>U*'i a. *'. a ^j^^'^j — To be addicted. Bleeding. accusto\s. ol>i1j ^'i Dung. To hum (man). To cleave to the door of. To mutter. jL^j/Jj jJ>'ij J^'i> * {{- Poor. uil To render a. th. Gilded bay(horse).QjS To become boiling hot. To open the way to. ^ij ^i ^ ZL^i Traces of encampment. blessing. thy debtor kindly.li. Vile. C^i a ^/'i -S- MUi . jTi Tapering cap of judges. ^ He Red is cotton-cloth. o oil Buzzing. Sanguineous.To shed the blood of. oC-i Te Blister. JC. hematite the slayer of Armlet. S^jSj . neck. 0. Ignoble. to smooth RouFided black stone. in a bleed. ^am water).'sjViSj 's»^S o 'Jh atSa -» To be crook-backed. Cupid.^ 'j> . to a. o^'i oV»i oC»i1 Mutter. ^. jioJi <> To buzz (wasp). round. such a person. dung. To Sort of truffle. Hectic fever. To be burning hot (sand). To be L/:>j stained with blood. J'jJStooping when bleeding from y. To Baseness. short. callosity. (hoof. "Vice. CJi a oi To be short in the forelegs (horse). Jh . Idol. j ^ 'r . To fall a *o -J^ <»^'il To incite a. Low-roofed.i oCi ^ oi Verdure gro- j^jil zyai-'j ^^Ji\ 'l^iil . 5rtU"i -tt- Andemonx di-agon's blood. To make a. to .^"^ o 'oi ^ To mutter. to foul deeds. *:i^j>j ^i Heap of manure. Ji\'JJ j^^ V. dii/^lxij iij]^':» figure. tiller. To near a. to bleed. Kind to a debtor. To reconcile together. To work ^ f>>toj ^Jo a. Rudder. lii'i^ 'uil xj^^j xSij >J^ -«- To make (a wound) to bleed.S Hump-backed. Bloody arrow. Bloody.To become oa'lous. Bloodstone. ^ titL«"i Statue of red marble ov ivoi-y . th.sea. To stay in (a place). Cowardly. th well. oC«ij ^i Manager of property. To dangle. To be defiled with dung (place. o^ii To be mean. Smooth stone). Rotten and black JC»i dates. fi>Si s J— Ji\ . Canker of palm-ti'ees.. Gentleness. "Weakness. Rottenness of a palm-tree. defect. corn.

Impurity. rsearer. o.CJi <: Te World. Dap. To be near to a. •<> To be at hand (affair). Lean. fi> &.'/>j tighten (shackles). Heartless. J^'i^J Ji>'i P. ^ J?^j^ ° Diamond '^jS^^ "^ Figured. ^ j^. ously To look askance. He bought this world in tI^j^ <>• %'j^\i Ciill ^. base. ^il To follow an ignoble course. To strike (money). u-i''-*^ To be ignoble. Ice-cream. honour) -^'^ ^ To be profaned.Jjj> pie (horse). To be rich. Jl^ To To To To To To To To To To Jj ^j iw'Uj^ "^^ )^i o Ui »• (clothes. ^ilj To be about . (ji j^it cr' ^ of death." Weather. live straitly. CiJi a ri'i To be vile. mindless man. v'JU-Ji arJi -S^'^ To humble o'self to stoop the head. Worse.y^ ( TN» ) To wane from grief or illness. JJc-ll. %j}>j Jj6i o i ^ JJ'S ^'^ a * ^> . carob-gi'ains. Jil Refuse of a butcher's shop. foi-^ To be hungry. 'jS ^ CJS The Ne-v World. Heavy and protracted Setting of the sun. Baseness. //^ ^^Ci) ro-i^ tCi *j S Weak. Seri- ^ji wijil ^JiJi Medlar. Foolish. (illness). jfui Heron (bird). fleet. ^j^\j. oJil ^ ill. j*j —ji-^ fi>J» y'i j^'^ j -yS''^ tt J"^^^ Sjy^ • Axle-tree of a wheel. Low. Thief. advance gradually. th. ^ij ^i a wiji -H- Baser. places. f. exact.i To hang down. wiJij .. (tree). inJi **i jjiS head to humble o. To crush a. jjj Bitter cold. be vile. s. minutely. Ci a 'j i jilj ju2)l ji mind trifles. be intermediate between. ^6 cijJ — Jil J'J. To be cupid. To j'i sink (eye). -^ Rascal. rica. vVrl' Foul deeds. j^V* J ^ji To be defiled (clothes. Old gold coin. pi. To strengthen Intelligent a. > To raise the head conceitedly. UJiJI illness. Feast of the Epiphany. (at cards). honour). ask a.^i . to ogle. a dirhem. CsJi to set (sun). To near its setting (sun). Ts-^ij (^y's a. Hop (plant). ^Ci'l ^ _^a Defiled. bring a. th. akin. 'Oil ^ Ji ^^ u. Near.\me. cr^^ "^ To sow discord between. To glisten (face). th.l.'s self. near. {>n. X^jUS Ts to dangle. ^Jij G>.'si family. .) -{^ men. unhospitable. draw near to one another. Kindred. -^ be. To be minute. ov — To keep at home mindless ^_^feji -Vc of o.. I met him first of all. More. ^'S -ft- To stoop the . Sixth part of To walk heavily. To submit. th. To be jSlj oCij To be akin to. Gya ^ To die of cold.ty'-9j '^^'^ Near. Gold-finch (bird). CS j'i\j ji J'i\ iiliJ is To be at the point He u 'ij -if- CJij CJij . To follow a righteous course.*ij>_} brute. (the character) To To sully ^h profane a. Less. small silver coin. To remain at home. Worldly. stain. Jl~ Darnel-grass. Much. ray cousin closely related.) jJi exchange of the other. Cowardice.^ ^ oy^'j u'il . . to draw near. ^ Croton variegatum JjJi JjJS -fy- To look askew. * — To examine a. o. '^'ij 's?j. SjCa ~ Disgracing himself. To gaze at._Oij 4> stained iXuSj CJii a ^i ifc -tt- Squadron. to come nearer. Iguoble. About llii to bring forth. ^i S Weight of two JsiliSj JiljS r. . To defile (clothes). Worthless man. brocaded (cloth). s Proximity.Ci o ?Ji [pi. ilfeJi Turkish acre of one hundred ^jS Ts feet square. J\'s. th.

0. Dark green (garden). ^r^i yi-ftoJl . large mouthfuls. dark bay (horse). chief cciUij t:5>i ^ ouii P of a district. xlS'i To botch (a work). -» smash a. 0. Traces of encampment. 5 CUi : J5)>!0I -ul a j^)>j a >ii -H- Very old.( e^ To astound a. lie liar. To cut up a.. ^ ^Sl I will never go tohim. Long space of time. To break (dawn). Reddish. Lifetime of a man. as mayor. Overfilled (cup. J USj ^t-j^Va^ w u-S*^ "^ To be even (ground). ^JiUiP Sect of materialists.)jUi To roll A tloAij ila*S (^a>Sj down (a stone/. Gait of a man. Sharp and energetic man. to crush. Routed army. To smash a. To blacken (a pot fli'e) ^ jj-^ Severe epoch.^i ^S ^i 1 To be over (night ). To be ^i •J . Various or long times. I do not j ^ •\jJ>ji\j tloAoll know what To take False. Black horse.j:£_^ijjl_yi3i j-iTv ' To be roan. ^»i C(.-^ Ant e-jkjui jii -^ Time.5 ^iii -^ To delay. Brown (ewe). Even ^^uil Fetter. (wealth). . Reddish colour.j'->^'^j jl*i -^ To <f- establish a. th. o. ^il >>Ai ir jii\ ' gulp (mouthfuls). th. J-»^h J-^'^ Bewilderment. Black colour. Large number. jaSI Stocks for the feet of criminals. 0. -j j iJ»i Roan (horse). By-gone times. o. Catacombs. Event. long or jjAij ^i\ ^ jki short beginning of time year. Care. 0. 5 C T > ^ ) j^^ .* — Bubbling up of water. Foundlings. l^\»'i\ Reddish plant.a. (mishap). yjJ^'Ji To befall a._Aj*i bewildered. Crowd.j-^'^ -r 'LI* sUii 3 ^^-^i^ Meek. a ji i -Hcup). 0.r4»i1 V»i1 Dark bay. "^ .^. sort of man he y ^^j(. very long (garment). for ^'^ ) — To walk upon a soft groimd. tjj ? lyii a _. Passage. to hindei. astonishment.Ai -ft- To grind a. oC-jVI _^S . To be astonished. chain. a yjJ>i -STo crumble away (building). Hour. C_* ^ a ^:> * < To trample.C^ii ^ ^i1 dark green. Herb for tanning. ^l^ioi Ji\j 'U^'^^ place. To cut up (meat). of a lunar month. ilSAi Mayor. To waste Hall. o. (illness). To A (fejii a dl*. The last three nights j. th. -s j *j*i To be black. th. To crumble away (wall). -< Lasting' c<r^i chamber. OiOtil. ojuJi ooajj . abyss. Small quantity. To ^il _^i -ft- ^>^* jUi ^Aij^lS _^ Sorrel (horse). j J*i1 To cohere (stones). Mayorship -^ Delay._^Ai Blackened-pot. Misfortune._^il To be redcUsh (ground. To pull do%vn (a wall). Jloiij <Jja"3 To overthrow (a building). Troop of one uC»alft'ij oU1*jj *Aa>i hnndred camels and mure. Fresh or effaced footprints. Creation. To strike a. . To pour forth (a cup). %Ail. Vt^^ ttjA'^^ ' ' ^ . Misfortune.jii Black or ^ .To be hurled jyijj down. A_^'i -fr To fill up (a 4> jAilj U*.i1 U -j}- is. j^^ Plentiful (water). Merchant. into an 4> j^ i . Last' ^C^i night of a month.ji-»ij Cijbi a . To ^^aAl^-J roll (stone)..A jpiS To hurry a. To crush ( a. fJlCuiij Lsoii JJjii To be appointed mayor <• To ^^jj be delayed. To hurl a. Custom. . jj^'i event). o. Intention. To grieve a. j^i * -tt- To bob up (boiled meat). th. plant). *. To tramp over (the ground) i>-To consume a. Endless time. .

Showy toy. delicate. marsh. o sick. varnish. -<> House-painter. Intense red. Gis-ing oi^i little miik (she-camel). ^JVI wlJll 'lij s!i-JI 'li Hunger.i)l jl::V| j^l ^-SCJI Canine madness. Totte- ?^. Paint. scarcely. Red plant. To anoint (the head). Huge. Tincture of opium. Shrewdness. To be G^ji o ^-li « To dissemble with. Poisonous tree. 0. a j^jii -{} To make (food) soft. {Ui_j 'sfUSj Cii wily. a uii o ^^i To strike a. Fever. Hair-bracelet. o. m^ Mi Mi Mi To break. 0. brush for poma.jijS • To be diseased. hydrophobia. Hypocrisy. Isjij «li a Mi" -»- j^/^ J>>h t.'s wealth. «li Wise. 5 ^»:>'ij lij — To coax. 0. i)- To ex- 5 ^li'j ^ji a. Skilful. I i)- To squander o.5J^ C s T \ T) To totter (old man). To subdue (a To humble a. o. To be •. t-iji Book-keeping by double entry. 4> ^ji^ — Anointed (head). Gout. si/i) i/i Sagacity. Butterwort. <lil. To be sht-ewd. Sprightly man. ^.^ji . To suspect a. anointed. Hardstongue {plant). Cunning. ^'Si 'lii Worm -> ^ (?<n. swing. to cut a. Diseased. . Elephantiasis. Silk.Ai To yield little milk (she-camel). sea-sick. 0. J^ iii ^ "i^l '4S^i *li j 'J^j •• Almost. shrewd man.* Iv* de. < Vertigo.^aIjlS ^ ^. (heat). t^V^ CJfOl To be abashed.Aj s ^aS I ^ •<>• nish a. 'Cii *I_Ali *?*'•> <li4^ sr^ji jo'jS ^\j'i 3ui ^ Wily. Iji ^liii -iJ To render a. «jlib . Fox-eYil. To weaken a. . Emery. To be clever. with a stick. th. *JUij CUi o ^'ii a ^ij o j^. prudent. » To overtake To stun. th. liji Obscure (night) Giddy. Grub.:cL£i jjl Malachite. Flask. •<> \ Grease. Treason. ^i'^ Embroidered cloth.worms. disease.*''* Ascar'des. ^Jii To charge a.u' ^ ring.Jasper. (calamity). Great calamity. 0. -^ To blandish a. Illness. o. •^ Balm. with deceit. to circumvent a. -ft- He is in splendid health. Sea-saw. Good Fancy. <>• To var. i Ointment. Momentous olj'i 9^ *. thread- i^ ^jSj ^.^aSj t^il ^ 'j{i . •<> Flattery. -if- To (iji o ^\'^:> ^ feel giddy.<»ji Red leather. o.j o>*i w. resin.. Pool. i\% oloji ij^^ iS^S a ili -« goted To be crafty. lofty (tree). 0. Ijlsl » f\»]j •Ijil — Two "li -li humped (camel). o. a ^ji Desert. i^li To be big (belly). ^loJlj ^jjj To be expanded. worm. Slippery place. < To bother -^ iLLlj — a. ^laJi Oil-merchant. Misfortune. prank. r-^i P plore (a country)."'* m. ^— a^^-fti mag(food). To anoint a. To moisten the (ground: rain). Dregs of oil. Jljii Ijilj ill. Lion. This world is a gewgaw. Great ^Jlji ^ oJbj. Vermin. G-ji o ?rli "^ Followers of an army. Perfume. si^i ^ai'ijS manners. self-heal. To be distsnted (belly).UJji To serve as a footman. To be giddiness. event. a ^^ij Cii a ^^i * To astound a. Tansy {plant). countiy).* sJijioi worms.^1 ijS ij5jl xlxi. Falling-sickness. j i ^^ oi^i oi*i ' and lofty tree.

ZtLL — — To round a. o. Surroundings. in a (hor- ^\}>j Z^\i Some one. Ji ja jf^y^ -^ Inhabitant of a convent. th. jli^i!! wji - Capital town of a country. fi> To ramble about a Qj^j ^jj'jJ' jjVi with a.j j''^ * jd ^i Ji i Change of fortuue. Anklet. Furbieher. lit seat of war : v-j^J' j'^ Round. Upland. Point at issue. < Whirlpool. turnsol. To lower a. circular. s3j.i Axis. fi-jl'Sl To turn around a. oljbij oOj^j . vagrant. ^ By Stanza of a song. To be round-shaped. To ta. <• Government of a district. To circumvent a. court. To elap- Cljjij OJ^ o «_. Long-pepper. tuV^ljli -^ House. o. Procession. Shaft of '{'J\ j\ji Sjbi ^ To ^ To J iji ^ slJji a pulley. Change of fortune. (cornupon. Tribe. th. Halo. upon. jiji . to govern a. whirl a. jc j}i addle the brain of. o. feel vertiginous. ^ Tropic.S>i Vj. a Floor. •^ Cyclopedia. Uj He went over the town.1. moveluont. Bistort-root. To control ifj fi> — (an affair). Bastard cinnamon. Going about. Fit of fever. Ring.'Cij tread on (the polish (a CGsj Cji o ^\i ground). "jlV^j jCi SjliVI ^>tJ» j\j. th.rJi Cinnamon. a Round village To To ke j(^i\j j.^-^ jjIa^ -ft- Christian countries {for Moslems). To revolve (wheel). jCSj '4j. F. Vj-J* . Circle. turns. jjliiJI — Convent. Sjj'i) j\j'i\ -r jji j | To turn. th.jjj Sjljij Sljij — ^jS ^ ^iS file Seller of perfumes. fit ^ailJj The perishable and the lasting abode. t o'Jj^ To look stealthily at. To avert a. To manage. pivot. fit !sr Governor. :\>i - To be trampled Ceremony To be . To take an abode in. curl of hair. To induce a. Round sand-hill. o. To perform a.Tarn. stoj'y.-?^ ji>«-^j '4^}'^ Sparrow. of trampling upon Lji -<>• dervishes. To cause changes in (time). House. from. •^ Pay attention. about. I To turn round a. Sun-rtower. Dolphin. Province. s — To revolve (a wheel) to o j * jlVl work (a machine). Aspalatlms. to. Troop of men. Year. To go about with a. •^ The priviledged :diDl Egyptian debt. jb^j jU^ i < Pedlar. jjJik ^ i Revolution of a star. Circulation oljji of blood. th. Municipal council. :SS\'j »'J\i> o'}__\ji\ search for a. {un. I foot-trodden (crops). Manager. «. th. To tread crops). . Board of administration. th. <^ i jl^ jij^b sjOij jjilj jj^h j\>i ji^ Mansion.^' ?r -s"^ monastery. giddiness. blade). Embroidei-ed veil. -^ Public administration. <j^?i u4-^ t <^i'^i '<^\ji ^? Tribe. Ai'senal. Cu'cle. seat. Sea-compass.^ ilj «3ji^ "^J jQ. •<) Treasurer of a district. o. J>> — »lOG tljXJ\ ^ <i Vertigo. < Retenue. a. Islamitic countries. of \m2\ Jdj ''Ji3l j'i To To s J iZ.To wind up (a watch). sea-hog. oO'^j jj^ -x «3'^ I Thick forest. Surname ^>LL!I jii Bagdad. ^ ji Jl^JI jja^ *i Court. !jL'\j j\i1j — <>. «>• To trespass -)il. Colt's foot [plant).fi>j s j»v_» jji To work (a machine). Round about. jlazJ. ^Sj}'^ "Walking semen). o. To hand round (a cup). oljl^'J Round water-skin. se (time). o.

(Lla?j ^'/i 6\'i -»bruise (perfumes. a. To a bucket). jiji Altered (eye). To last. -^ CJli xJiji J^i's^ Rotatory motion. Shoe. To become famous (man). a jy» Jiil 5 jcj — Always.^ Excellency (title of a Victory. Stone pounded upon.ti -fttribe (disease). 'v>y^>i C«bij To contmue. o. watery part of milk.( T Change. ^— dip continue a. To be shabby (clothes). continuance. th. To emigrate (people). Beater. The P]vei*lasting^_j5ij^*IS To transfer. To a. ^/i ^ . God). o. press together (riders). to last. C^J^Cs ^/^ As long as he remains standing. doom-palm. to hand a. Lote-tree. "VVine. _^j a7j -J\'J^J j\'jj> _^ijj.fc3ji >. prevailed state. To sprinkle (a boiling-pot) -with cold water. j|j*( To be swollen (belly). Epidemic. v«'^ To mix (perfumes). Uproar. il^lji Reddish grapes. Whey. 5 i}yj^ ijjs o (a debtor' - To elapse (time). Evil.ii the sky (sun).j^ Revolution of time. (wine). i^ji -^ To spread amongst a li^i o j. To be cheap To crush a. iIjioX Jjii j'ji^j ^^^ -r"^^ without lightning nor thunder. . (a top). ^ Iji S'JI^j Jjl^ (*ji o still.*ii3jij :aji To be ill ( people ). Duration. th. (heat)._. Contmuous rain Continuous. Pounding-stone. To (water. to prevail over. fortune : Jjii a th. — Worthless furniture. Lion. (bird). disturbance. ^ Conference. Diluted (medicine). They have been upon. Duration. oVjS vizu"). Brave. Notoriousness. -^ To confer together. fij s The chief men of the state. To wait for. yirJJS Ts illjl. :Jj^l o^ j *b'i Adversity. & ^jii To To persevere it — To To jjU jJiS Foolishness. Nose -^ Weaver's treadle. To alternate (seasons. alternatively. iJjfjj keep a. 0. To circle in the air To act slowly in an To grant delays to Sea.i -»• Dim-sightedness. squint. . o. To J6 -Jf Continuous. To confuse a. th. To be lean (cattle). th. (God). colours). ^IjU^ j u-i-^ To be altered (eye). o. Nightmare. ^^^^s rf^^l Bhnd. o. To deliberate with. Foolishness. (camel). affair. Corruptedness. th. in th. Theban palm. oCijS >Jj'j'^j oj'-t* m the air To ^j^ To turn in 5 Pounded (musk). ^jli^j >jSj Spinning-top. To moisten a. jt^j'j^^j To hand by turns. Ciji a ^j. fi> (jji olS ous rain (sky). To dangle.ji i]\jji (bird). alive. vjij 5Jli — <• For ever. — To A — To ^j surround a. -^ "Whirlpool. Ji^ JjIj5 JioJl. (coi'n). xS/ij <&. To dilute (a medicine). or grant a respite to in. PoHshing-stone.ujj) ^ ^jSl Quoit (for playing). fj^ < Government. To be flabby (belly). jijJi To spin To ask a. To be current (coin). sand). sandal. Cold. To be flabby (belly). -a- its orbit (eye). By turns. Bleeding from the nose. To make *j fill ( 5 ^i3l To smash a. To stand filled >b -ft- To be >li C» — P -Jf (bucket).C. Piece of wood thrown ^ yii . *Jljij lJj'ji>j CSjj'ij C5j3 o J\i be insane. Jji ^ . quarrel. To make a.Victory. xtji To pour a To move cii'cle in contiuu-^5ij ^jij. or a. X^^iJij j>\ji ^Ijiil it change (season).

spised. Spring. S. Abundant (food). sofa •<>• .Ji ^li To stray. -jj'^ Echo. o. Muscular. Before.^j ^jf^J -H- J^ To ba Pheasant. ^^ ilji <>• Fresh ripe dates. . wings. u^'l^'l To fall unexpectedly on. To drop from the hand. Blood-money See jij. :ujijl ul}ji a War department. Beaten (road). Turkey fowl. Buzz./jj dO i Qj ^iJI db i <!)• camels. ^jjlji ^ u\jj:> P Collection of poetry. clerk. dXJji -^ Flower of the cyclamen. <i*i^'il >«Jr^ "^ Land abounding in cocks. To resound. Bravo. -A) cu'^i J\> Without. Ear. To walk across Desert. jliQaJI — D Home department. below. Com-. sound. CjCp ^ cii-^j oli ° Betony (plant).. 0. iJji oil Preferably to another. i5jS ja He walked before him. To walk gently. j ^4^ ~ «^i^ "^ Important thing.j'^ -r 'U^ Gentian (plant). Vile. To go about lion).. To be overspread with a Jjj. o^ioJI ^U»' c-fj-i i -{}- Reviled. Diving-place. jjj^ Thundering (cloud). a desert. to be indebted. Disease. jl^j. passionate. of SI ) o^Si ^ Cfi <*• Thanks. Cock. ( for Xl^ ) . Council of state. wli ^ X-^CS ^ t/4'^ t>»ijS To Cry call (she-camels) to lj «jS — ej* their young ones. Hand. To ba low.j j^J.( T » sIjIju^ jJ(j> To nurse (the sick). Si^'-^i To eat the skin of milk. -» into a pot for allaying its boiling.i Two-handled jug. Superior I'. oj'i near. jj^aS^ olji^ a Treasury department. divan. remedy. To snort To resound (echo). unless he. To CO: :. To be registered. Inkstand. for calling shee\i e\ij i'i iS ^\j. iJji ^i_» He sat behind him. */ji jaj\ Wholesome (land).\-> de. \ o ) ^5^5 be mean. (stal- . 5 t\}i\ ^SJ^^ To make a. Bad. iJ^' opli -^ Register of soldiers. to revile Warblfr (bird). sick.SCjaj iJCilj i)^/i ^r*^:? "^ Cock of a gun.? i Cloth with iyl'ir'J ^i'^^ r ^^P ^ double woof. Pelliclo of milk. traditions. wicked. ol]>i^' v*^! j'' Turkish official hand-writing.'s self medically. He interposed between. "^ To under the hand (gland). CUj Sj G. Without. To abase. vile. j^\ dijji ^ sowbread. dUji iUji ^ preserve thy hands. Rustling of wind. despicable man. Mjil ^r i^ji i>. To treat o. jp — Court of referendaries. Against. *i jj^ j. To become wealthy. To be ^ji a lS^^^ rancorous (heart). Unruled. ( dim. Inferior.!^ jj^ skin (milk) : with scum (water). 7S\j<^ To borrow. Do act as thou wishest..^ j'^'j ^ is nobody in. God dcCi ^ thy virtue more than thy science. To move round (cloud). weak. a. Beneath. j \^j i lai Thief. Keeping in ^j ij ^ji doors.ij j'^'ji "iJJ^j^i P *iO'i Foolish. To move C'LoJi i cr''^ parlour. o\ ojS Behold! Beware. (dog). To C^ji i — shun a fight. ^sj%\. Hidden (affair). He is inferior to him. Noble.j^i4!l — Ministers of state. I admii'e diJU oji> cUUaS ^Jt 0^ hji woUi^ Ol I There 'JjJ^ j' 4j'^ j' sfJ. OJJJ Secretary. Medicine. 111. th. Besides. fall into abasement. CJ 5 i oli -^ diseased.Tohum (bees). *!ijl •\ji To make a selection of works To register a. <> Saloon. weak.

To sell to a. cr-ij'"*^ "x >^*i-^ upon credit To summon a. To borrow. Passive debt. o. 0>i j>» to (a judge). Power. J oli To let a. 0. Religion . 0. Religion. o. To enslave a. Upon ci'edit. th.|il^uli1 to a. To revile. To sell or buy upon To borrow from. To con. ^ o.Debt . attacked by a disease. To profess (a religion). o. Rebellion. Ear. To be Requital. loan. Condition. Continuous rain. J jt To To lend. Judgment-day. To be honoured. To Ci Ijj He is well aware of it. oOil ^ cr i religious To law . of oVi ) Thoushaltbe treated as thou hadst treated. sect. xJC i *. Citizen. To have a good or bad habit. godly. serve a. To rebel. To lend money sell *. ^yjj'^ ol^^ countiy. sect. To 5 ol*.cjOlo ^ Maturity of a debt. To be ^Cij Co i oia reviled. ^'^ credit. o. *>^'^l Worship. Custom.strain a. or to receive a loan » ^ |i from a. Obedience. Town. o.^ja5 cjjJW iidi •^y. 0. Disease. To do good Aj 5 — to a. To possess a. -^ Kind. Managej> C£. o. Affair. 5 o^i requite a. Creditor. o. -j j^ » 5 ol^^b Ci\'i>\ .»b — Lender Debtor . ^ -^i. indebted.'^i Religious. To comply. To give to. iiji . to give a loan to. a. Re- vilement. ci'edit. 0. th. upon cre-<>- The Rewarder (God). tory. Judge Debtor. Ci'editors. to. 5 ci^ To lend (money) to.-^ To contract debts. * »— c\'Si cc'^ CT oUJi « XiJSj oi^ ^ He died. Godliness. debtee. sort. for. borrower. Death. Compulsion. To judge a. Slave. Vicauthority.I^I >»>j ment. due. ( dim. profess his religion. Slave-maid. C^iaJi cf'\ 'y> be mutually indebted.'-^j — To submit to. ^i]j oji^ ?r U^ ci^ c^S i Active debt. . dit. Judged.

Why o. v'-^l To remove a. Forelock. I <o j^^J a To (i. Kind of ^'i To be haunted by wolves (land). wicked.fa I'JT How? Tiu I'ilit her husband (wife). CjVl'ij Vl'i a jl'i * J«laj To totter. k_. shameful action. thieves. ^X^J ~ — To be parched ^. ^CS ^j o'ij oCij ^ »_. against. olli/' J»ji -fr To To throttle a. To be fi-ightened . To rebel against is j^l'ij — (a sparrow). th. /b — To gather (things). dili <>-j \jL50>' To To slaughter. J\jj)j . those. oVj'ij o>J> ^ *liyi To blame. to despise ^ \A'i a ^\i -fr a. Brigands. oVj'ij o"iri Wolf. Interrugalive particle. by turns To be wolfish. Hanging v-l'i'^ « -if- '^ '^'^ locks. — To get accustomed to. . die. thus. o. 0. To frighten a.. To seduce a.. \jVi a J.i i Small stars in Draco. also.yij Sea-wo!f. To compel a. iL)/-** <• 5r ti^Vjt iu. Throat-disease in Restless.oC. To expel a. To eject a.C/i Summit. 5 ^'I'ij ^1V\ Vice.( T\Y ) Country full of wolves. ji iU'i ^ -it- < Too. o. s Cjl'i a o'>'i [postponed' . To plait the locks of a. Bitter plant. To imitate a wolf. breezes. wolf. To i £'i o Li ^ drive away (flies). o. To ^ Cj'i a Ji'^ * frighten a.*_i She-wolf.j'i ^'^j vV>1 zS'i\j — Croup of children.»-~'. That. To To-day.r'''i ^Ijjl. these (near). To wane. To (a vessel). Flies. to . o. quaff (wa- A ter). Deadly (poison). To be faded (plant). To embolden a. wild bull.-J. To draw to its end (day). o. o.y'^j Cj'ij u'i (lips). ^ v^-^-^ T ^^1 y^. Death. o'ib s-Ji man who VJ ^'> rebels. o. To dare. o. o. to shun a. To disgrace a. This. by wolves.-i!l jUli'l vS^' oOyi C. To become little. fcilj'i Cj\>' o^^Vi olaj'ij pliT'ij oial'i To walk lightly. ( m /(/(//( /iy). v^i^ "^ J "r^^ Wolf./i To fear. o. for The sheep became said of a vile ejlii ** ^ ^ J l_)«|JUJ — ojiT'i ^ oyj'i frightening (a she-camel). To drive away.Vi a . o. ^lanure mixed with earth. To fear (wolves' To veer (wind). tb. To despise. ? s J\'i\ Jt ^i. Wolf.\ S a — — This. or a. jj i So. To blame. kill To tear i^Tj a ito'ij 5-l'i -S(a water-skiuj. To be full of flies (place). jiiDI fungus. to waver.i]3i^ liJCoj That So. o. Ciil'i a J'':> Quick death. » ^jVilj cj'i'i To be as CI ^ a. become pink (rose). That. IVl^j Vi'l'i -STo urge (asses). Sj^^j 3JI Hyj"^ Bees. cattle . To make a. To anger a. Buffalo. to seek refuge towards. To protect a. Thus. Who. \'j. Deadly. apex of glory and power. o. ^ 73} i o vjj'ij wicked as a wolf. To be torn off (skin). Jackal. jjfj »iA)'jLr Such. To fill stran- \j^Xi a Vl'i -8- gle a. o.

-^ Mouth ^>yji\ oil. To protect. To dangle. th. fi> Col'i i ji'i -«- cover the chin (beard). ^a»'i To sweep (the dust wind). To li^^i'i o ^'^ aweep a. (wind). Full of flies zSjj^j <^t'i Wick. Victim. cornus. j& |_^''i herbage). Altar. faithful God). Plague. Dangling. Wild A rfi\ carrots. victim. To peel a. To be lean (horse). Withering wind. To prime (a gun). White truffles. heat). "^-^'^ tS>^^ Schcenantum. To pound (pepper). To choose (a victim). To blight fruits (cold. JJ'i ^ J^j'i A fly. ':> . JC'i^':t5C/i To come from a journey.^ sweet rush. (verses). (salt. ^j To slaughter. if- ^^U/i ^ i j»-'j^ jh^'-^ fi> To sprinkle a.) o — (ttn. Jj'ij Weak. To fiij » b-'i o '^'^ split (wood). with y/'^ o ji ^ powder). to be parched (hps). JilJ^I Defender of women. Jj^'ij Ju'il «. ^'i o V'^ -^ To slap a. To recite ife — . To slay one another. Z'^'Si\j cr{ Slaughtered. Veins. Wavering (man). To annoy To move a. supply. ReUc. To dry up (skin). Js^'i -H: To take ^^^'^ fringes of -r vlij'i »_iiC'i ^ : a garment. To rise (sun). 0. To rumple a. th. Madness. Ojj^ o — To get angry vdth. Protracted (thirst). uoJi a.G 'i jj^\ Oi. Calamus aromaticus^ o'jcj'Ji^ »_. Ji3'ij Sji'i ^ e'jcx'^j jjj'^ coUyrium. _^l'i1 ?- >j'^l Slaughter-place. fiti j s — care of (her son ic ^'il widow).ni'i to strangle a. Sharp edge. J^'i ?r «3ii. Blistering plaster. perfume in powder. ^j'i >rj_i To put (goods) in Sj *^Slj >-'X Slaughtered victim. To be good-sighted. store-house. a. Aromatics.b Uiiji\ Dung. child. Remainder a ^ :uC/i of a debt.'. jCi a jr/i j'> T! j\'» To become hoary (man). Cantharides. Small ants.'i Diphteria. To rip open. Fly-whisk. ^Tai '-^1'^ -ft- fi> -tt- a. SjC'ij ijj'i i y'i To understand (news). o. : To multiply (his Carnage. butchei-y. To move -ft- *<^'ij i/j^j !j>!j^ u^j^ (place). To ^'i ?>Jllo To card (wool). \ Thoroughly learned. To read over. Surname of Ismael [amongst Moslems). ^— Revenge. aj'i. th. Book. To 5 G-C'ij ikJ'i a . Stores. To tot about quickly. Consumption. th. To wither ^Xi'ij y>J'i o Jj'ij Jj'i » (plant).Sj'i ) j'i Atoms. Intestines. slaughter. Sacrifice. Ti'eeless ground. a jj'il .(T To waddle. To have a manly gait (woman). s j To lash a. Tongue. th. th. th. Sea-turtle. to massacre ts SUlU ( people ). A l^'j a_^i -ft- To supply A^i'i -^ with stores. jViil ^ ^'i Treasure. Huri*ying. To come forth (horn. To put a. Spears. th. 0. Lean. < Adoptive rous rush. o. in store. i_ii'i* -5^ hatred. *^X'iJ ^. To lay up a. lijlli To write to A J':>j S'j' o j-'i -sidot (a book). Stores. ^S>':> -r Priming of a gun. th. Tassels of a litter . tortoise-shell. oderifeMagazine. along (wind). to lose its * jTi > fi'eshness. To cause a. Languid (eye). o. grubs. k_.)>J -rV'^i ^Ci'i ?nj'i and war ammunition. Two bright stars in Capristore -^ To adopt (a child).

To anger. To lower (a camel) for riding. To upbraid To measui'e with the arms.^M He has killed them jr5 ^jiS J^i quickly. to be at the point of death. Quick (death). Power. Power. o.Ij To A t-»jib . Shoemaker's knife. To sow (the ground). ^j'i Measure. To be shai-p ajO'^^j Qj^^ a c-ij. Cantharides. Sharp-tongued. length. a ru-sh. a. Swift. More eloquent.j'i Wild ^ slj'i calf. To mul. Rod of cubit. To from f. *j s Yj^s Jl. Walking by day and night <tj S ^ sharpen (a sword). Ganglion on the neck. JjjIUj JL. tongue). hell-fire. 0. Covetousness. s ^'j\'i To sow.j llL» on the confines of the desert.behind.'ij — -ttI fii .C TW ) ^.'s self behind ^^ <j. i^J^i To shed (tears). p^'i ^ ^pji Long-paced (horse. with the arm.Jl^ t^'i a .!Afe\!l j f. x> ^'J'i Legs of a \'>^'j>j beast.''^ -r**^ jj^"^ Cvjij Ci>j. silk. Means of. To Cpj'i a ^3'i -^ stretch the fore- ^ walk (camel).-^ ^"j'^ i To measure by the feet in a. Mulatto. Ig-r-U. Jali 5.j. j}'S>i "'l^ji JSS^ ^ 'ij'il -« Standard cubit of 29 1/2 inches. 0. They are created for Little. jl'ij'i •" To create. I in speech.. jJc tj i a pj'i Flowing (tears)-. J^\ j^'i To shed a xsj a. ^.'ij V^i-O'i To swing the arras in walk.'ij s pj'ij — in./. « vj/i jijj Women. To break (news) to. th.'Ji\ *j'i a C^j. o>. a Diarrhea.'jjLL\ To compel a. a. •^ Hoariness on the forehead. 9^y? cubit of 22" 3/4 inches. 0. ^. Means. loquacious.j\ ijijil ^ ^'ji Incurable disease.'j> ^Common . fore-foot-otyij p. 0. Tongue. ^* CjuX *J — Sprinkler. th. j ^j'i To raise the arms.^ Intercessor. (swimming). m. drill-box. jji/ To sell to a. Sharp (man. J pj^'l. th. ff. To overcome (vomit). sword).'ij Ciji To flow.^ oC3. by the cubit.ja:j f. o. fi> the forehead (hair). take out the arms fi-om a cloak. th.. ^jj'i Wide. o. to scatter (pow.jl OjAi — To strangle .ja)l ^. (tears : man). (sword. To become grey on To be profuse j.Aj ^ I'o'i a Ij'i -STo "C^x ^^ ^j iij x!ijl c-»i" o^ A tiply a. »j'i jtji .j'i1 ^ piji Cubit. camel). cubit.'J-3 ^sj^. To screen o. (jl^liuj To shed tears (eyes).13 i -fy ^l^i)) jl f. To seize a. To stretch forth in Offspring. Foul toiigue. To drop (tears). a. Good companion.» jiji To mingle with a.. » — (hunter). flies. White-headed (ram).j CiO-Sj ^^J. Spanish Purple red.^Uj Powerful. able. To poison To winnow ^j'ij . Rust. . ^Jy^ ^j'j ^ ^j'^ Cil3' — -{}- sJCj'ii ifc Camel used as a screen . D Skein of thread. To corrupt (wound). To make long strides. it a.jy>. oUJi f- ^j'i Fore-avm. To exceed a (number). Towns ^u j lliij <f. To make a.J0 ^ ^ *»i j ^ by a hunter. Long-tongued. der).jii3'ij C3'j> a or corrupt state (stomach). To be in a good . th. to. Poison. s^j ^i Q j i a o wij i He fell short of the affair. 0. a trifle. C»v'i a ^yi (food) with cantharides.j/i tercede with a. ^ ^^'il Babbler. Snow-white (salt). ability. a. Violent anger.

u. 0. Quick death. a. The two buttocks. (plague). ^ ^o^'i To squander (wealth). '^ i j^i^ jjyi jj'i man. Deadly disease. Protection. » Cst'i a jti JVp'i tree. To seek the protection of. th.^'i Loranthus.'»? 0^ "^ Submissive. for-ft- -ft- cibly. ^jj — ^i -ft- jcj 5 o'i1j ^'i oil'i (a wounded man). Call j_j Cia'ij Ci i Ij i -s^ patch fa wounded man). j^''ij S^'ij S^'ij ^1 i J3a (^3 ^ .) J-^ »Jj. v? -». 1^'i a ^'i _^i S^ci To dung (bird). astounded. To despatch To lighten To become Little of. o. to i^'j. o."tt- Frightened. top.^ iGs i ly^" To terrify a. Apex. i <»J. millet. o. SJIj'i To glide away. fi*ightened. 0.-C _. Indian corn. tljCi ) cAij\'> Prolific women. jjhj jj'i> ^ zfjij Sjj'i Sweeping wiads. o. a. Swift she-ca- »_. ^"i ^ oU'ij o>tJi^ wii'i To hasten. Kind of truffle. To be quick in.'s self under a ^ iSjJ^\ ally To frighten a. down (horse) s jj'':^\ To scatter (seeds). Male hedgehog. Jylp'i Small bird. t-»ii?j Ci'i To run into a river (stream). ( un. jj'S^ To ascend on the top of. maize. To submit J ^'ilj C^'i a jf:''i * .:. Ostrich. 5 Ci'i lil'ij — To appal a. ^i'lj ^^o jf:':> Inner corners of the eyes. ^. To be winnowed."> a ^^ft'j> To repel a. v^oj"'. ^jUlu -ft- straw. jjOj ^ tCj^iiSj^ oljjj^ The two sides of the head. 5 Cic'i v'.J. (ghost). To To winnow. be dazzled. suddenly.Up j^-ifr i-tt- i a kill a. Kind of leek. Sudden death. To be broken (heart). Mi -ft- Particles raised by the wind. th. Deadly (poison). ^jijJ To be scattered (hair). ^3 ij 1 Oj ^ J^ raise (the dust wind).'i> a z>s-":> To strangle a. To shake (the -ft- To be diffuse itself . To lay down. trefoil. -ft- . jijS i ^^ -S- by marriage to (a noble tribe). a. mistletoe. Poisoned food.'s origin. Hard (year). ^Ita a Js'i Court-yard. o. Head-strong boy. They dispersed on all sides. To acknowledge after denial. o. 0. : a i^jib i to scatter iSj'i>j Jj'^ ifj^'^j iacl ^ o^ ^'i To To To To poison die. Smallmouthed ewe. ^r:?'^ Deadly (plague). jj'i To throw a. Winnower's fork. possible (affaii'). To repel forcibly. wares. To shade o. Indian corn. Shelter. (a burden). i YeUow maize. Border of a garment. Rag.. o' jj-Sj O^J '>/J^ «j i -^ to a. fear*.!. Broken particles of plants. s ^jlcil wipoii. melilot.\i'i ^r Slisij v4^^ mel. tractable. CSJ'i o Jj'i -ft- Wagtail (bird). o. (plant). J— i To cany off a. th. To resolve upon a. Zea mays. t_j ijcJ. Ijj'i o 0* To praise o. o. * lioLll. To shed (tears). To acknowledge To des- ^ ^'i\ oVtll. n j^':^j \^'i a >'i . \'Ji -^j "i'j'i sorghum.Ui i To be To be Panic. To divulge (a secret). pungent (odour). To a J^'i> -fr multiply trees : wind). Hidden affair. "Vicious To produce Sweet i^j ^i ti^efoil (ground). Cu. To rub with dust. Jji'ij . j^i unas v'Ja* i a Ja^'i -ft- To kill a. by shrieking. The two ends of a bow. To 5 A — i'. Quick. j'/'i Poured tears.

Strong man. Sun. Dawn. sun). -^ To impregnats fi> To kindle (war. note. fuel.jf\'^ ^ o'J"'-^ ^Personal status. To be hot (war. i'J''S*j.jli To remember a.^^. To be humbled. th. ^'i':>\j To learn a. hold a. To bring forth male (woman). daybreak. 0. To slaughter (a victim). by heart. . written act. il — To render (a noun) mas^'i Hj culine.Ci'i Decrepit old man. — To remind a. fit A ^'^ j ]^\Ji j^\\j^*'i\ A ^^-•l jTi Remembrance. man). o. To preach. ^a y iX^'i js. vUe. th. j » jTi'i cj_^'i\ childi'en >U»'i ^V'^'i ^'i. To have a prominent edge (bucket). jLTIcJ-i^ jVIT^j Memorandum. Sj^:>\j Jf'i upon. ^ ^ij ^'i i^lil^'i-^ Wormwood. Weakness. Book of religious law. To be intense (fire). ^'SJ^ Virago.:5lv yv'ij j^'i . sliarper tnory. Male. masculine. as vile. Stronger. Rain. To slaugliL'^ ter (a victim). * su»'j>j i^s'i — To diffuse itself (musk).% "CwJL Full-grown (horse). Memory. Steel (of a sword). To praise God. In spite of thee. ^i s^'i »^\'^ Fame. Token of friendship. To be tractable (beast).certificate. Bitter vegetables. ilioi Ba.'i>] ^'i -{}• Lower part To keep m memory . to remember a. iron. in a strait. To betroth th. Live-coal. xJa'^^ s^'i Sagacious. of the chin. 'jSJt JS"i Remembrance. Invocation of God. C''i manly. o. submit. ^'i ^ . jiJ) Humbleness. To speak iU or good remember a. )ii\) ji'i '"^^/^ -'. Religious dance of dervishes. Sharp (sword). Bearded man. To frequent J'il o>^3j "i'j^'^ij^ rrj"^ To To companions. To confer upon. Age. » 'SjLLSi ISVlj j'i To be evenly disposed ( branches ). ear-bone. a. honour •<>• J mention. mention a. . oCs'il ^I'j Bringing forth males (woman). A^'il jt o^-i" Tlc-ll C^'i (a palm-tree).ij 6'jX To be weak. on 5 Ci'i o ^^'^ "*^ Commemoration. Masculine (gender). Mention. Combustible. way-leave. _>t^i_. Deliberation. Fame.__^j5 •^ To lean the cliin upon. obscure (man). Sagacity. th. To recollect a. ^ ij^i -i^i Having a good me- jjfi Wild rue. Dangerous (desert). jjiT'ij smelling rust.\-y ^ jTVi of the ear ^^jli'ijJjiiijoQyi . Sharpness. fire). Legal deed . To be i\io'':> ojJ'ij ai^/ij a JT'i . To wo- (a of. _^!l jjCj j^'i* «l£='ij (is'ij l^'i o ur'i ^Ja'sLL\i To blaze vehemently (fire). a> tsfi \'J"i -ft- \j^JJj to sagacious. To strike the chin. jc ^'^^ — Cj'i a ^'i » ^ Passport. Army Back effective. vij V'i i — To abase a. Ticket. j/^^ ""'j^^ To put Chin a. To steel (the edge of a weapon). n'=a'i — To stir the (fire). -^ •> C^ ^ ^'i t^sJ' The aforesaid. Cloud giving much rain.'^j^j 'ttsij 2l>j V'i i D'i -i^ base. Good Unproductive (palm-tree). (T T^ i^j3'? ) /i Sy ij j)'i Pungency of odour. Memory. Blame- 'C^Vl ^ ' %o worthy. JS'\ ^^^J jt^ :> To become vile low. th. Excellent (musk). j^j 5 tJlc-Ll. fi> Legal slaughter. •Cio'j. Remembering well.Ds Warning. 0. To send spies against. Sharp jajj> (sword). th. Long-chinned. of. o. Male organ. > Beard. J. Terrible (day). Fragrant (smell). conference. o. To discourse with a.

To mute To whet weaken lamp). Point.:ilsI}JJ) jj^^^jlj^ijl j^jjt Sharp (. my debt. Honoiu\ -•^'^ (T TT r j'^ i»i1 ^ jiWi ) ^S Jv'il *JV*il Gentleness. >3 To reprove a. eloquent tongue. rayah. contemp. it U'i at>'i -i^ To be changed and C:>'i i c^'i -ttClient. disquieted (man). compact. isa Protection enjoyed. J-5. Pimples on the ^':> face. o. 0. sharpness. upon his conscience. reproof. 5 tXj^j b^'i o V'S ^ To flow with mucus (nose). i V^ij ^'ij ^'i J>i'i To walk gently (camel). action%'il To commit a blameworthy To judge blameworthy. s>i Jj. To keep aloof from.dilj 'Vil ^ Jj/i tible. Christian ^ 'UJ'i > wiJ"i1 Small (nose). To drive (a camel) gently. ^-CJI Jiv'i ^v'i — inJi -ft- Thou . Urine. To be pointed (branch). <> To swear n ^'i To be content with a scanty ^ >iS (life). o. o. tongue). tongue). jjj'ij jJi Sharp.j>i jc iCLTii'i •^ Upon my conscience. Mob. J^'i ^ J^'i Gentle walk of camels. i* CJ'i a >j'i -« Cii'i a ^. Clever and brave. JoiliS jt — To : — '^. nose. To find protection against. J>'Ji To grumble against (God). To be small (nose). To J* — threaten a. from a ^ii 1^ i charge.'i -H- Sharp (tooth. mercy. To blame one another. A j 5 — — To be (slaughtered beast). ^j — To writhe in agony *C«'ij a V. to death. 0. x^ii To be burdensome to. To ^^'ib light (a ~ To shine (lamp). To avoid blame. ^ L& C)i Let him remain in his Vile. o. Right.i>'^ Jal'i -{} ^ •^ discharge my o. To protect a. ^iJ'i oO'i Moslem protection. To clear a. (bird) (a knife). To blame a. 5 — To appraise a. Milk mixed with water. t/'i s J'i\ J. lowest people. Blameworthy. Allied people. emaciated. imder y'i Moslem rule. 0. ment. J^'i ir J^'^^ The lingual letters. 0. Chi'istians To eat (food). i^'j a *>'i -{^ To be exhausted by (heat).spear-head). To _^lajj^j. due. Dew. in the pangs of CXi CCJ»'i i i i/i death (man). To deserve blame. Conscience. Good-natured. th. To hasten.a"t under God's j^i J cJ^ jai j protection. Honour. Obli^ <li gation. He owes so much. To be ^V'i sharp (spear. Safe-conduct.'i -JJ- and Jews under :c5a)) Smallness and evenness of the Small-nosed. Trodden (road). Submissive. J^'i To be iniense (heat). l^^l'i o ^^'i ^ To instigate. Weddingi I humble state.»ij blame one another. To beat a. Ji^/ij j. I Short. Defect. To i-oar (lion). jj'ilj Ca'i o jj'i »• To jj A a. a. Responsibility. Distasteful water.'ij j^'ij J^'i To incite to fight. o. •^To ask protection from it ^^'^ ^— ^Jjj 'j^x^\ jic C« J'jLLX a. dinner. edge. cons- j>i cj^ i£ii i i Train. Jklilk mixed with water. To rifle the property of. jU'il ^ ^'i jC»i -8- Sacred things (jyS'ij : honour. dangle. family. self-respect. skirt of a garI Jiv'i ^ Jj3 i cience. ^ ^'i To blame o.'self for neglect. (poison). To thi'eaten a. fy•<>• ^i .t/S Blame. weak. To be jj'ij CsJ'i jj/i a jl'i j5jjl.*>C«Ixi — . Vice. s ji'i Walking slowly.

To forget a. ii'i »^'i Aristida {plant). Want. ^_^ fi'ij tjUij heavy rain.ii! I ^'i ^^'i The four orthodox Plantago. To commit an offence. To J[ -ft- nose (mucus). To adopt an opinion. th. Ton'ent. nose flows mucus. To track a.^ib t-^'^ fi> ^'il v-*'^ — To make a tail to (a tui-ban).thistle. Following. To enter the fi> ^^ oUilj oUft'i 'r'>*''^ T I end of (a valley). Rite. To attribute (an offense) to. To be amazed. o. Offense. k^ -i* k-j' hold a belief. sin. To flow from the . Golden.J»^ Appendix of a book. step by step. To take away Gold. 0. from. To take ^j ^'i. To hold an opinion. be To a. balsamtree of Mecca. emetic. jJl. ji'i JJS-'i jj. 5 ^JLL\ To find a.. 0. from.:/'^j tJ'i a o'i . ''^'^i ^. belief. th. get To be diverted from. JJ^u'i jj^\'j. Small remainder.V^ 'i To make a.J-l]lj s^l wJ'i remain steadfast. vS^' ~ I Sailing-boat on the Nile. jjji] I ^'i »_j'i Equisetum. ^ ^y^ v_. Golden. o. ^ a Jj*'i jf Kindred. culprit.madwort {plant). way. To divert a.'i Gilded bay (horse).j. ^il) clJ'ij ^\j''i\ Species of ?-e56f/a. Bu>d'3 tail. ji'ij ji'i Jj ij ^^. plantain. A a. Avith Whose o'i »- To 4_) t_^iijj . scorpion-grass. part. th. ^cj A Vyi'ij iLk'i a Ji'i Circium. o. servants. oj^l wJ'J Fox-tail {plant). s CJi its i »^ J -fr To become spotted on stalk (date).. Guilty. . S corpioide.^ ^^ Kind of {un. Lot. _^ li^ To ^\^\ ^»jS To fora.j»*aJI jjc Saint John -^T^AtiJIj ^'i!l Chryso-stome. To follow the opinion of. j* il End of a valley._JiSJI Piece of gold. ^V\ To follow (a path). guilty. Yolk. horse-tail (p/a.y^ .«. Privy. i_/. Ceterach (plant). o. To flow (mucus).iJi Amyris opobalsamum. ^'jS- ^^It_. Ladle. . fetid odour. orache. th. ^. away a. v-^'^^!' Jf^ End. ended (affair). Ipecacuanha. To maa ke a tail to (a turban). decrepit (man). to forget a. — i Mucus from the nose. Tall and evil. z^ -II- The Caaba.) FoUowei's. First part of the night. JaUIj . Gu i u w-* i To die. t_iU j"! ^ :uii of a whip. :uCJ i op'i ^ Darnel-grass.OVl -^ «r^''^ Extremity ^ XlJ'i^ wJi Light rain . To pursue (an affair). Afriplex. To de- C-ftiij (i^ ij to pass along.sk a. sect. Brook. To accompany a. extremity. Tail. jj J. Opinion. Ij^ri <> Comet. »_. th. Garden-purslain. *LiS a wilii iii2\ (?<. th. th.jli-j Way of acting Origin. ^y^ ) Unhappy raiUet. s3u!l rites of Islam. Sting of a scorpion. (day).Bed of a wjC'i ^ i_/Ui stream. jt — To ba amazed by the Ci'i a v-^'i riches of a gold mine. wJ» i^ . A/?/5SMW.jji Fine-tailed (horse). CJ'ij Cju'i il'i To be weak.u'j j/'i -ft- Stench. To add an appendix to (a book). portion. . fault. Jl. Horse of good breed. Measure for corn in Yemen. ^_J'i To gild a. "Walking at the rear. Gold coin. u— To follow a. ( T Last remains of life. Forsaken place. To impute an offense to. Long tail.^IL! xll?*leaved vulnerary found in Lebanon.

To on honey (man). oj) i Ladle. liquid gold. ^jj'i ^oJI yjj'h Understanding. Cj\ Medlar-tree. His people. o from.) i'/'i Pasture-land. o. ^ S ^ To melt a.''^ ding his rights.* t. itself. sea-holly. To experience (a trial). To be proud. Kings of Yemen. th. -3)1 {plant). To ask honey from. pleurisy. ic — To make a raid against. A certain mor- iU oli^ ^Uool'i To To di'ink the consents of (a ^ ^fil ning or night. To -S- melt. Bull's horn. . (cares). To ob. Strength. a good memo- iiu'i o ^''» y ^Ai'i y jijd-'l to be clever. She-camels from 3 to 10. Grease. i The essence of God. Meivj'tnthes trifoUata. pi. St John'swort. th. ic To To be J ^|'j> against another (right). a ^ a»j'i lij'i o f. To squander (wealth).>'i right or left. straddle along. honour. Himself. I j CJ»j'i o J^fi * * To fill (a vessel). oUlsl ^ ^'i ^ ^»i> -S-ft- Very hot noon.j'i To settle a business. Personal- ly. To To surpass a. mistress of. personal. Gold-wash'. To take away a.iJJ^ I ( YTi ) a. o. Endowed with. Memory. To help a. take away the intelli(worldly love). th. chaste-tree. It was in olden times. J^ To walk firmly. Sil'ij ilj'i j ij'^ 9r -^. E)-i/ngium. remain. dispel (grief) \'i\j'i[ from *''^^ bowels. th. ij'ib. Prudence. th. •<>• Intelligent. to taste a. th. To ^5 ij'ij To s . 5 Essential. Substantive noun. One's Influential Myrioijlvjlloa. ^jli. jj^J-^' o^i Wealth. Wealthy. o. To emaciate a. ofi ^^^j t^i ^a sU came from himself. ^uil Sagacity. To obtain ( a want). To have ry . Hypericum. tank). o. '{s. or a. I Importune (man). five-finger (plant). jCM ofi I met him first of ^j5 ol'i Jjl i-3) all. To make a. 'j'^C^ — iii -S- He »ii i ^* -^j 4_i. To di-sperse (camels). To become fooTo become emaciated. iC ij lij'i o il'i -J^ The ! ^1 oCJj ^)I ij Jia3\ ji drive away. if Jij ^^isjl ol'i 0-v\Tier. To defend a. TT lyi'i o Ca'i iSj'i) j'i ob'i c. - Vitex. have not got j^ il^ jj3 j the least good from him.' (fof Owner. To strangle a. Defenilj'ij . a j ji'il COj'ij C j'i o j'i -RTo become hot (sun). k^t'i (a To understand To divert a. th. o. CijS o oi'i flow (tear).^J^ Tongue (of man). iijj will J i Essence.silX Alexander the Great. To taste a. To fi^j scatter a.jfil tain (a want). Meltiijg-vessel. G-ji To gather (flocks). Melted butter. o. h\j'':>\ sat on the Jliill j1 oi«JI ol'i c '"if Yellow-backed spider. th. th. ijfJJ' . His relations. milfoil man. Pneumonia. gence Honey.jj ji ^^ \'i 0^5' Hidden thoughts. bog-bean.:i. o. Cinque-foil. feed lish. itjti Manger. To try a. Belonging to. Sj . a.. established with a. -^ To tire out. To let finj s v_iia£. ^ Identical. in sagacity. self.b k_.

Red star in Draco. to experience To taste time after time. Ji'i To become rich and oJjj — o\i -fr easy. Small ewes. ^ Jl To wither herbage . To wi'ite the letter i jyi — Jli The letter i.!^ Taste. To become lean (woman). Much water. Dung.mixed with earth. A> — To walk proudly. fi> jjlo To try a. JjIjS Extremity. : lowered (man. To strut and drag (his gown man). Ci'ij Q'i i ^)'i -» yi'i cj'ij ^'ij To loathe To smear a. jji.'i Skirt. Fright. To ba wona out (skin. To be abased. vice. To let down (her veil woman). So and so. Wolf. To shed (tears). Female-slave. To take away a. . tact. 5 ^'i ^ go round (a place). -ft- — s r^}'i ^ To blame a. th. for To use (a horse. Drift of sand. Intellectual relish. ^ t\j'^[ ^^_)'i1 (a woman). •<> Palate. To swell (face). th. a. relidh. <i-. disease). at). th. o. Thick-haired male hyena. thus and thus. a boy. o. Long-tailed (horse). Annotated (book). To become corrupt (wound). ulu To be thoroughly cooked (me- jj'i sij'i * C'i tj j5 tail. j/'ilj Ji:*ilj J^''i ^ j. s JiofJ. i Blame. th. defect. Tail. JIj^j *^1\'>j good o^j'^j J/^ 3/^ j\j^ -IJ- taste. i i>['i ^I'i fi> -ft- Rich. drink with a.^^^Ui ^ p.)i'il. Appendix of a book.'i u/'i o. ^ ^iVl Gold. sjj'i To spread (news. To taste a.j ij 5^Cib ir>i'^ t Fine mare. th. t-iV-'il — ^i -ft- Liveliness. ^'i J\'i -fr To drag the tail (dove). jC'i Appendix of a book. To be low. despise a. To reveal (a secret). state). (sun). To put a long skirt to (a dress). th. mean works. To wag the j/aj . Rind of melons grape-skins. Unable to keep a secret. To hand (spears) to o. Proud.Cli^ To drag (a garment).i. abase a.. To emaciate jl'i i*l (plant). j:'iJ| jj_^f. o. To exhaust ^ — (a t?ink). o. To squander (money). drink a. Ji'i^j jl'i> To be faded fi> Cj 'i a Jj^'^j i Jj'i * To To write on the margin of.( YTe ) J? a. Refuse of the people. Cocks'-crest. taste . To cook (meat) thoroughly. "Wild ^ilil J^^l bull. Js-i^ yilU jfj^H Long-skirted (garment). To be i To make a. humble (state). o. *J['^ 'c^Vi) ^^^ . I^'i a j\'» -ft- (the teats) with dung.. fi> . To To To To To pass swiftly. * tlVl To manifest a.

> of the To make a. piece of wood. Head (of ^j'jjj ^ij\ ^ JS'j cattle) . Want. Staves-acre. Cape. Capital-stock. subordinate. iLjjij jol^j o':>\jj 'tap'vl tremble in rising (old man).j j *-» To be merciful ^ ^ J^_. ^^1 SIaJ^" tr-s-^J (ueck). Biga-^jj'" headed.1 ^\j ic 4j : ^Jij cjOji. Horse ahead in a race. Merciful. Offset. To bend ^XJ To be unsteady (wind). ^\ \j *^Vj • z^\jj i Suppleness of temper. Foremost in science and courage. ^\ ^Yjj u-Yj Spina alba. '13 -SLion. th. To have a complaint head. Chief. ^ olIn-Llj ob xS\j »-»j3 i Mercy. Herd of seventy camels. -^j JUJl ^-'O "^ count . plea. To To produce To repair settle ( look in a mirror.o. Repairer. jljj .jf Clj a o — jjLiJ. ostrich). The vital parts of the body. To wag the tail. ^\j cJ^ ^. ^ ^j . S'ijjj y/jj ilj Butcher dealing Head-rope. individual. To A C'lj a vU "^ after the crop (a. hemp-nettle. lousewort. Straitness. To grow young (herbage. on the To be a chief. be. Subject. spring.\^j^ ^\'j Having both temporal oji^G']^!) j'i and spiritual authority.t Jb ( TT"\ ) J> First day of a month. ^37 -ffj >J^j\j a-\p . to repair Lusty lord. j. shine (mii'age). He was born next his brother. chief of (a a z:.\'J\ i y/j i ^ jjj^ -K- To be the tribe). v^'j. power. over. :. by the top.^1 ojiiJI tr-lj To turn the eyes . rectifier. 0. ^ijjj ojjjj 'J^J Jijt-il. glisten (eyes). > Abbot. JU-Lj 'U:}^ To capitalise. ». Uppemnost Numerous triUpper end of a Ostrich -i^jj JOj ^ oMJj^j J)j1 ^ J'O road. valley. 0. J^y o tJjjj ^ *_»0 a oO "^ a wa|. - Jij "^ part. Hurt in the head.^ ^jj \A'. To strike a. — :>\j Delicate maid._^3 ' j J^j Patch. To busy a. ^-iJ^l rCli\ To To Jriuj J^J 9r JQjj^ be supple (branch). Head (of garlic). halter. Surname of Avicenna. . Upper end of a clouds. compassion. broken). th. -whitethorn Kind of orchis. a — Head. ^ \'\j ^\j ib t_i'lj1 Altogether. To become a chief. To a— Echium viper's bugloss. . :UDIj . Directly. . He made peace between them. th. towards. To (youth). a.i. Galeofois. Authority. wolf. 0.*?jj Part of the night. With pleasure. J*^ 2f a-|j ^J tr-'O chief. Captain of a ship. 0. o. To conciliate a. Coeval. Source. on ac- ^ — On the of. head. in heads. •^ to <j. %ijj o ijj^-S- incline (branch). To seize a. o. '-/^'y^J v^'j To incline on one side in walk. To arrange._ijljj To bend down the head of i ^^Cjl. Black'^^jjj trb' headed (ewe). to pity a. a business). <> Loaf (of sugar). Science of logics. CiU . to gaze. To '\'j\j -H- New year's day. headland. Begiiming. to set a. Foremost ^Ijj To incline languidly Time after sunrise. . Chief. trefoil (field). Large-headed. a.

Dost thou think that To judge. To have To claim mastership over a good judgment. th. mistress. ye. th.\'J\ Dream. licking ewe. to a. know a. th. To rule ( people). Prudent men. th. apter to. Hypocrite. fi>j s s — or a. oUj_j Ci^j.Abjj u j — To act hypocritically s t\jj^j 'i-A'J> tj-Aj ~ with. aspect. x^\jj ^13 Houses situated opposite. idea. To show o. ^//j sQ. th. vision. Sight.\'J\j ^Tjl ^ J j^ They seem thousand. ^ j^^p Stuffed skin of a young camel. 'jA know. To consult a. ^ ^^li^i Foam. To have authority over.J3 self. He passed along quickly. To complete * — To dissemble with.13^ Slaver of beasts.'s j-\'ij j fi> ''^'y trefoil. . '•Oj cjP. slaver of beasts. a vision. ^j^3_. To see a dream. Locust-tree. 7. To face. To A> ^jj To last (south wind. j. To present a rau-ror to. -13 : Familial". To advise a. pilchard. tell ! me Lo all. thou. fi> > Creditors. Alexandrian <> Scald-head. to front a. Sardin. To To consider a. th. with. rain dissemble. To twinkle. To have a complaint of To remain in (a place)._j*iy. To compel a. * j j C3 o 'Lij -J^ To wound a.*jj. bVi The Apocalypse of S^ John. To wish consider a. Ministers of state. Lady. ^4. nion He is fitter. it s^ — To compassionate a. 5 — — To be fond of. ! ^fe^i^ljl d)c:iVJ\ ' Beauty of aspect. ^C j1 rr V3 madness. th.JJ S?-IJ '^-A To heal a (wound). to be so. to see a. Do. th. to keep to (»]j a : ffo a. to. \. To perfume (an ointment ). ^G j.j Tj_/\ ^ . Master. 0. CUJLl J ^0 a ^3 To fondle (her young beast). Opposite. o^jJI i-iij j1 opinion of lawyers. th. ^ Pulmonary. lung-wort.. View. the lungs. th. He is under ray eyes. -Gj oiJl White to be a tUj antelope. symptom. sr^j . To Sj A j. To mirror. o. Large snake. ^'Ir' j' Advice. oj^l> ^ M>i To collect a. /b ulj a >il3 -» To cicatrise (wound). To consult e j\j (a benefit).uj| ^1^4^ Beholder spectator. th. Mirror. To see one another. o. lungs. th. J J(ij\j TTY ) — one J\j year old. th. Aspect. th. To s j^jj ^sjj\ -^ 'Aj\j 'c'\j{ jj\ show a. Female :J3 Large house. 2 V'jb vOO ^V-* ^h'J ^'>J — To bring up a child. with rob. To twist (a rope). To hold the opi^\Jj^j of. in the fi>j s (Aj — To possess a.\yij ^ i^j^jj -cj Behold 'J~:j'\ \*'J j\j \^J M^ ^ IjI^^ "^'j's'^i Most I of Ji VJ ^'J> V Look. o. J\j the moon. To stick (a flag). Lung. h\jj 't/jjj (AJ j^' jVj -»to think a. iS'Sy . should like to ^3k "^J to ^'J J^ kj fi> U ? S\j^.( To doubt To arrange a. t\-'j[ j\j\ To look in a miiTor. Lara^e crowd. To have dreams. To see ffi . Skill. To show signs of The Lord (God). ^. Mjlj Schismatics. th. To preserve a. To repair a. _^ white gazelle. Fondling her young (female). 'TOj •^'J Famihar demon. appearance Sign. ''^. o i^lj'i "'a -J. 0. Hypocrisy. To follow the ^-'-^ . C jj ~ To increase a._ j\ j'Vy. y^oJI ^\'ij\ idol. Phasis of accustom (a she-camel) to a strange young one. about. o.

Kid. 3 To watch. "Weaned camel. To be stern (face). for rubbing ^ a J/.j Rob.'j White cloud.yj profits. j ^ Jt3 lent him money ilWl rJ. SjIjj -^j cjCj ^ a \lxi_j v'^3 Hindered. — To take care of. Do keep olJ^/jj jJj 1 it.lp Beneficence. confection. Covenant. ling in the arm-pit. th. Braggart. To caution *_.j\j rrj\j a. shut. Watch.>jl2^ To trudge : j ^_j (3. jJ jl Malignant snake. Abode meeting-place. Tithes.>j — Preserve. iljjb ^ Jl Dust-coloured.( TTA ) s^^jy'jj To be closed. li^'j i c43 "^ . To be ^'Ji altered (face). Confederate. 0. 3 9- To remove fi'om. to rise. To consider (an affair). Lucrative (goods). with.xJjl ^ »_a. ^y. Buphtalmus graveolens. To take away.j -r ^ Vj v^ ^13 . to stand 5 i^jlj. . 'tJ'. ^j ^C^ Slave. To hold a. 3 Foster-mother. j — To look out. Divine. Collection of aiTows. \j Jwj »^J Enclosure. \jy: Ground covered with plants. th. ^C j ^j ^^(. Tight -^ for a share in the profit. play.j Wool camels. To be compact. <• ^ ^C jj r-Jj White slave. * i^. To be mixed. Viol. To be ash-coloured. rear (a child). th.3 Male ape. Reared . gain. To slap a. Friends. StepwJ. 'zAy'j silly. To To be light in (work). in (the . Seldom. 'd^j S*Oj ij>.)3 o. Step-father son. To be rough. To gain To He jj liWj. o. ox-eye (plant). <. Dust-colour.y Agiotage. (child). th. Step-son. ^j fi> «• — To ^l7Jt watch-tower. o. x. . UQ J « *^jj Look out. Profit.jjfdJj o cA'j "^ back from. Rag 50:3^ fj^j^ for cleaning. Drying-floor. Domesticated ewe. Knot of ^ 'S^-S '^. o.. 5 — To become cloudy (sky).ob j^ Lordly. knot. upon.^!3j'J'?j. to G-C^j <^j ji-SO a sv j vj^J ^ Lordship. -^ Perhaps. Govermnent. inspissated juice of fruits. 0. To u-3 a \fj ^ -Jj -^ walk sluggishly.> U3 To watch a. Delusion. To guard a. Swel- ~Zt. 0. mastership. cut a.'J\ Lordship.!f* a whip. Vjl. scout. take cure of it. know nor a. time. To take away a.' 5 \.'s self against. Lion. jj^ li. To stay in (a place).43 & •kij -ii- Gatherer. ^_. Hindrance.3 Profit. Want. ^ i_. Single-stringed violin. i-y j'j iJ/Ji w-yjl many a i^b'jj liJjj :tJ3j To be dilatory. oJj ^ 'loj^ j.*i3 5 cJ.C3 daughter. To separate (people). To \iy_j ascend. To scatter (sheep). be lucrative (goods). Wealth. cX^. To seek ^(. Kind of camphor. To overlook ic U30 — fin a. ^jGj Rough. 5 cj'jj To pat (a child). or a. Step-father. VQj oi?u3 -fr Covenant.3 -fr A iC^^ jj j1 JLj3 Swift in walk. Civet-cat. cXj\ Step-mother. step. ^ ^j^ The whole beginning.> 'si^J i_jG give a profit to ^/^ S ru. <J^. ^j a c^. To be astounded. '^J-'j*-) -i^. ?r *ri'. th.'J' -r v^S^ sand camel). Ewe oJl^i "JCi after bringing forth. Jj » ~ on the look out for. desire iC 3 'cJ^'j 'i Dates sprinkled with water. did not it. Often. To confine a. » CJ3 To fill a (water-skin). : oiSjj oi^j Gain at Horses for sale. To remove a. 0. t_)U^. Step-father.

To a. a. -^ Asylum for the To await J ^. Wife. J JsJi^ <• To plot -with a. Refined silver. < Agree- iiJl^ ment.s self itl^jb ~ To take (a horse) for static. Much. u^^j/j "^ ja\ j -^ illness. ja'^ refine (silvei"). To be heartened. -^ To gallop (horse). spring-herbage. Copula {in logics). Wall of a town. : To stop in (a place water). J'^. : Great misfortune. s — The Turks and the Ethiopiaus. o.'ji Strong-hearted.j I'ope. camels). 0.iftJ ^. To recover from ^ i -i^j j3 •• a. Mixed colour. four- fi> 43 ? faced.- Necktie. To take the fourth Large ( tree).'J\ t Suburbs. Ji»i3 -SaiO 1 o lay Monk. Heart. four-footed. tie.'yi oliaJl^ ^ *iuO' . * Cl»bj._4»" ' of a. i To make square. Populous j^^j ^ J'j'. ^ poor. Stationed horses. ^r-W ^^Ji ^fj down.'s own way. forty with.jijyi —J^j-H- Ground covered with herbs. < To feed ( horses ) on green lever. . *_. ning it. z^\j Cripple. mother j^J^j j^^ji j^l'jj or sister. 0.'Jj. -^ bind Sj fit Ckj j o iajj -i^ To suspend (a clergyman). (its prey : lion). -ili^ J^jl Tie. To make a four-stranded A a o ^Jj await. Foundation. 5 <^y. th. Leagued people military station. To crouch over Ciy' J J 'iJs^^j Uaj j to cower (beast. Calamity.r J^ciJ (village). o. ^. in. To complete the number four. ^j '^J ^r^J ^'ijj army). ^J ^ To engage. To persevere in.^ (^.'s s — people). kind of gooseberry.. fourtieth or fourth fi'om.'s self with. Nosegay. Corpse. o. <>• Plot. To remain quietly in. To become bushy (tree). j/. To feel sympathy for. <>• *Js <^(ij Li(pjt ^1 Ixjj "" — food. To alight at. To lift (a load) with a To become the farmer A s ^ij To be a highway robbei'. To stick to (a place). To lay in wait for.jo^/j-Ha. Bandage.j-Ho'. To jaYj jalj joj. gyman. Bond. — To lay (anchor). To drink every fourth day (camels). rope.'Jj To have the quartan ague. religious. f>.j To abstain. Enclosure for t^/jj cattle. Palace. To itCj. to desist from. — Tie. ^'j Courageous. J — . station for horses.l^^ «iy3 ?r -Jaj^-* Station for horses.i Jajji. Plot.s self. drowsy 11 (wine). -^ To set A To <• die. o.. impotent. Suspense of a cler- Expectation. js\j ^_J To become hot (sun). . j J^Vj X^. To be the fourth. Inn iaJ j ^ IjLjji. — ^ To lay in wait against. The final o wi'itten s *i^j'jii\ '£!! To To restrain i^ij^/^. against. God has strengthened his heart. to rights.olL'j ascetic. ^. th. To sustain (o. /?/iew(/i nie*'. Middle of a thing. it CTY ^ ) — To act L>j in o. ic. j »r -^jl.jUsjl^" Heap of corpses. Jaj. To ^j have spring-rain. To render a.j ^kl^-* -WO To ba stationed on (the enemy's frontier : •Misfoi'tune. Safflower. jAJ^ To park (cattle). bond. JsJI^ To bind o.shepherds. th. tie. To pastui'e freely in (a place : ^^ — jj ^— Big (chain).jj iiaJjioTo detain a. Intestines. ^ To bind o'. i cling to a place (cripple). Flocks parked with their j^Qj_. J''^. ^ ^'J — To desist from (an affair). To come on the fourth day jc — (fever). to secure a.. to th. or a.

partner. ^ fSj -^j ^j[ **i'y. . ~ Of a middling stature. Habit. I'ace. To go water on the fourth day. (life). ^r^ Fourth part of spoils. of camels every fourth ^j^ in the f.'j "^ To be luxuriant (Ufe). . Uj'3 a fj. enter its fourth year (sheep) fifth . u-j^' i? « > To feed on ^lob ~ Spring-rain. Plot of land..JjVI cAj':* for the fourth of the produce. To a ^J3 o liij 3 -J^ make (a soup). Sails of a ship. (sand). ^'Jj Vj JiJ.-} Hj^. To be implicated in a Two teeth near the .^3j yj3 of the jr-i\ .jl ^ f\j Watering day. r>\'J' <r grass (horse). ji^Sl xiji^ ^. » — To be entangled in an i[&Jj & •Jo. Autumn and spring. Measure of 3. House. Brin£?ing forth in the spring ^i To heap up (dust). Spring. Fourth part. Ranunculus^ golden-cup [plant). 'WJ^ o_^j1 To be in the spring. Distance of a ^" Jl JJ.3_. <ij3 ^\'j < Plenty. ^'Jij f. foui'-footed. Beast caught in a noose.. J J^'j{ Toothless (beast). be mixed. ( TrTo ) Stone lifted for trying strength.\jj^j Spi'ing-encampment. j1 ^".> tjVijIj *2.'jl Quartan ague. To spend the spring in (a place). To rise A.U3j Cj\*>Sj Sij. Authority.^. To mix a. Pertaining to spring. f^^ij^} Aj^ f^y> Abode.iX.:jJC9. To be four in number. oOWJb Cj\*^)'J\ -r Forty.j'\ j — business. j s — Well-being.. ^k^'j?'' . ^ji (camel). To throw a. 5r Composed of four . Bier. Anchor. 5 ^j1 Luxui'iant Plentiftil. Gallop. -^ Farmer. abundance. To have the quartan ague. f.Uj^ Camel born spring. To throw a. -fy- Upper-room.-^i f. 'ilCjIj «ii^jlj Luxuriant spring.O Jk . <f- ^. TO "Ij^jV --^^aJlj cj*.j. j Xi. th. 63 gallons. Lever. j To tie (a kid) J>^jjMj o Jj^ -«- FoUl'th.j <kj xLi^ tity" Quadriliteral four cubits high. ^/J\ j^tij'Js Quadrupeds. Full of fXi'j* spring-herbage (land).i. ^ ^j To lead a luxuriant life. ^ jl its (horse. confused. Noose.yj Jerboa. ^3 ^3 To be intricate (business). oxen). four and four. jjVl ^^ To sit To be cross-legged. incisors.^^^j spring-rain.i'j '*£-\ij^ affau').~ Aj-k~ spring. Middle-sized (man). Good state. To embellish speech.13 . crow-bar. source. ^ ^'JItt f-y. Hoopoe (bird). into mire. a jj'^: He was caught in a snare.yj (she-camel). into (an Noontide. fattened. o. ^. ^'j a /« j To let (camels) drink at pleasure. 9y. Share of water. •^ Farmer. th. Autumn. tLj'j Garden. o. Fast of lent. jyvi third and fourth month of the Arabian year. Fourth part. ^'j-j '^s^i^-'-i " Four. on the neck. :C^j t^j ^ -^ abundant. Snare. ^\. its seventh Wednesday. Spring-herbage . . four-sided.4o'-''/'iC'' -r rk'y- Spring-abode. ^b j '&\j'j Loop tJ^iJ.Cj1j ^. water5.j of a rope. broad light. *^Cj jo]\ i Fourth of a measure. Bread and grease. Suttering from quartan fever. ^ j^'j Square.j affaii*. partner. »Uj j1 Name To.u Ij by the neck. Iron helmet. fieldrat. ^SifeOI j/j To hang a. Fourtieth.

v'-'J ft profit.^. A j J iXjij 'x^. To increase ^ji'jj oOJL) Oji'Jj oy. *^^^j y^'j i Chrysantemum^ cornmarigold. hope A ^jlj ^3 . To struggle impeded (mire). wi^'j ^. unlawful Favour.'J S. /f- o^. increase a. jJUj Cj^'jj d^j -r Oj Swine. 0. c/Jij ^ To be fast. '^^.J_^'j ^ jjj Flesh of the thighs. to stutter. Unmovable thing. (God). Ground abounding with autumnal trees. o. Loud breathing. To become green autumn (land). confections. OV. Rank. To organise. <j^.'j T ''y. Jpjl ojl Autumnal shrubs. fi^jj «^jj ! (speech). To be impeded in speech. <> Ritual. To be educated (child). Fatness. wj^j sSJi To foster (a child). to seek for to stammer 'oj^ autumnal plants. Infirm (old man). To be j To trudge — in Asthma. ^j (wealth). ^>j. -^ To assign and creeping plant. .'j Pulicaria. ^ ''. <^'. a c('Ji ~ C(j -H- be the captain of a ship. Hill. t_4Uj To practice usury. To stammer. J\j^ pension). . fixed.'j (camel).Cjj -^ To in be fleshy. in in (a snare).'j\ j'^. To lend to a. It results from ^j'Ji . To produce autumnal plants (land).J . To begin to walk (child). ^y-j sJj)xi «• viO fy Pension. fleshiness.^%jj ^y.~ To tighten (a knot). c^'y Ship-captain. Offices. xjj 'Cj j.yj o *Jij -STo stand up (in Qjjjj Cjj ^ v^J prayer). Fe- J^^ *^jj J-jC 3 «• Jt-lJL rocious (lion).j^ a mattress. boar. th.'jj '^. -oj ^ Chief. squill. 'ijj'i ^ ^'3 Relations.jj ^'^. a i^j a 'tj -^ To strangle a.J Earnest.'j Earth. To put in A ^'j (a order. Prince. Root of the iii ji thigh. Depression. merit.v'S' To multiply. o>j ?. Platform.j — t-jj r-5j ^ Usury. prawn. Space between the up. it. o C j Difficulty.y-^. To fondle a. Tall To fasten a. family. To have many children.j -r '«i^J. To make preserves. J3 ^ 5 Jt^^ To stammer. to. Jiji Religious services. b. shrubs. To hunt. dignity.ti-JJ ^. To stand up (man). set in order. j 1 Implicated in ixh'j^) •^cJ. 'C'j ^'j a *=i'3j. upon 'stJly* ^Xj They came all together. flocks. To exceed rocks. J-<3 Moistness. Stammerer. ^j ^ wj To swell from fear or run. kind of flea-bane.{y/j — ning (horse). To grow u3j ''<ij ^3j. cJ^. 0. To be out of breath. ts Look it- out. pay.( T I Ten thousand. Bad slave. Measure of the four fingers . Impediment of speech. Hill.J ~ close together. To eat. CjCJ"^ C. To make a. Religious service.'> an I affair. To give 5j A— S. To lock (a door). myriad. Jij Audacious thief iUjj j. Daring (brigand).> i^^.j -^ ''^J.JJ ^'^. Fatness. herbage. To be plentiful (goods).j.'o. o Jjj ^ Ji. Dates and butter. Usurer. 5 — To walk with short steps CXjj — Comfort.j '^. ^'J\ ^/Js jllt To To give a pledge. Prominence of ground A — To ascend (a hill). Luxurious life.j -r ^. th. To be reduced to beggary. To be <f- fast . pledge.'j\ Mire. Lobster. Step of stairs. ih'J Ij iGusury.'S^j JiJ jf'J Preserves. third and the little finger extended. ^Xj" -r *rV* Bench covered with To the measure. Perpetuity. High rank. t^ ol^'j.

Moment. j iaj il>iii!l — I I ic^i cool (anger). To have good pasture To Low send forth pasturage (land). Road. Thread^lTj J v'..^^feJI J J^J overrun (waves). with. To be diluted mud). To join a. ' To run \?^jj (S3jj ^'j with short steps (camel). To fi> jjj i To be vest). th. broom-plant. Narrow roads. quickly.j^j «• *i-"j tied to a fingei. silver litharge. tie up. 0.cyi\jj f. speaking. To mend a. (flour.il6v ^^j U word. Water-bag filled. Shabby. To find life pastm-ages..Jijj fiji rJji t. mat-weed. ?_. fr r^j ring freely (cattle). To be good (har- To fall incessantly (snow). Jij j^j] ^ Hymn. j^Ji^ ^ jJl^ Phalangium. •< sacred song. Wooden-bolt. I Two garments sewed /b To wear out (clothes). Plenty. o. i rags. Crowd IjJ^J of people. To draw Uj up (a bucket) gently. To bft bi'ought up (in a tribe). th. -^ To sing hymns.^^sis^^j J^Jl by the jUj_ 'j» threadbare (garment). is still ^jl. gold litharge. Pasturage. Shame. venoCjI3>Cjj r. To curd (milk).jj. to. th. abundance. To strike a. In store (money). Narrow-pass. th.L^ ( T To set (speech) in order.^jj ^ <^. round ^.'"^'j mous spider. To '^'j a J53 have white and even teeth.J^\_) ?^fjjlj ded in (speech). J^'i dc^ "' White. »r wi^ 3 half-dead. A C^j ^j -STo cPush a. full of eggs (hen). To Good order. business. Mire. A To -ft- To mis a. Leading an easy life (rnan). Without egress (road). Wounded man oIjj. (land). «• I'j. Fine speech. j — He did not utter a single j. Step. Cijj Old furniture. To ^'J\ read correctly. th.'ji with the head. To be impe. To ba brought out of a wounded. Esparto.j cJji. (cattle). \\ \'S» Jij \» To have fill their d-^jj ^Jfjj 'Ui'j&^j-^ minding the atfair. to sew up (a rent) iiJ3 o Jij -fr to reconcile jjj j ^3 viij (people). Large gate having a wicket. ^3 enjoy a luxuriant (man). uj — A— ' Red. To speak slowly. iXi'j -»- i To di'ive (a camel) To laugh coldly. \>'yj a ^j -ft- To He twist (a thread) o. Rabble. ^ ^. To have '\jj a Uj a disease of the shoulder (camel). To ^j1 Genista. Tarentula. oUj_ 9.j jt ^j Cjjj'j Ji'J) To settle in (a place^ To desistfrom. To make a sign ^.Ji3> ^Cjl To step. i be barren (year). Old clothes . Cj^j. Hill. . Rock. Phalangium (plant). borders. Stammerer. To jl. fit fi> close A ( opp to j3 ) . ^^^ — To be set in order. ijj jl ^j To break (the nose). -ft- .^j. 5 — *ijj Pine-resin.'s finger. Elegant (discourse). ojl ^Jj' j battle I He is the supreme [lit : J'S'jb j3UJI o I ruler he rends and mends). ^yOj a a. . Elegant. ^^'lliteness of the Jj3 teeth.jc <^.^b O'J — <> Place of plenty. To let (cattle) pasture freely. 5^73 lo be ojlj *-JjC)j V\jji "^ I He has restored their To be repaired. Foolish woman. Litharge. 1333 t^Sj Ij P -i^ To a. To loose To hearten j Pastu.for reminding. up.

0. with hand. To be awed. Generous man. **/_3^ «j^j' Intermittent drops of j\jj — jj -^ ^a. jb ^j — {n»3 To To To t1 pity a. (fle. To be in commotion (sea). Foolishness.i:J3 a. ^sJ'J.( "(r-r ) ^^J UJjl j affair). jfc -i^uh . ^j ^ ~ a. from. ^^y '^ j>Jjh jtttj 'r^-' Seventh Arabian month. To be confused (speech) To quiver (flesh).1^73 J. to outweigh. To '*>-^ rt?- relate a. Nuraei'ous party in war. : To A CJ3 Ji'j ^ ted (hunter). To have a white '^j'j. -^ Shock.ij ^j\j ^jj. White spot on the nose of xSj3 a horse. Lion. perfume (her nose woman).*i43 A ^*3 spotted on the nose [horse). To keep (a tradition) by heart. To fear a. th. |j3 ^ "Cy. p\'Jf Wickedness. o.V?-J o of. To be To be near Wjl — \>j ^ forth (she-earael). a. To give an excess of ~ ^ A ijjj *i i Jj J about J weight to (a buyer). th. To ^jl « weak and i be loosened (hairj. recite the elegy of a.j -«• I'each moist Lean (sheep).j3 a AJ * To be continuous flabby. «'LJ3 . o. Weak (people). snare. (water). To compose an elegy. j the j^jo — a — s person). digging. Trap. :uJ3 jo'3 To heap up (furniture). 0.13 V^VJ1 -Ji- Land watered by intermittent rain i'J'^'j S-^'* u^J^ To weigh \>. Weak people. To weigh down (a scale). \j'J\ Pain in the joints. To be disappointo bring To crush (the nose). to be shaken. feel pains in the joints. Remainder of foul water.jjjj j Jj quiver Old furniture.ss. Covetous man. ^Jj^ . th. Intestines.«h).^j ^ ^3b. Dirge. Bloody. s J'Jj SjC3j Jj Hired female mourner. — Deplorable thing. To fi> eulogise (a dead s ^i'y'j i^'jh To outweigh a. Spittle. C. 31-3 . i^Oi'^'^Jr^-' ^jf'Jij Jt3 a J. jjjl To ^if. jjj disturbed (man). fresh. th. Rubbish. i Watered rain. To weigh a.'>-^/jj. To shake a. oj^/i A certain medicine. i — To quake . Rumbling (thunder). in r^'j^J Numerous army a *»l^j a^^T state of commotion. 0. fi. Fine rain. sl"3 Sour milk mixed with FooUshne. trembling. *^jrj.^j I ^ ii^ji -^j i^^'j "^. elegy. Bleeding (nose). fit — ashamed j» iSj a w>-3j. land. To be disturbed (man). »— •ii. To preponderate (opinion). Jt * To make a.Oj a spot on tlie nose (horse).3 To prefer (an opinion) to. To be aijjlj.xlij Joints of the fingers. jt.3 Want -tt- of intelligence. th. 'J^'3 -H- To zij be turbid Bustle of (people). to honour To prop (a palm-branch).^4'jJ ^fj ^ >• regard with awe . Foolish.^jj (i'^j a n-ij down (scale). To drink (sour milk). frightened.(i. !rj»-f> ->^Vjj -^'j To waver. >^^i-jj ^j^-'J ^^fJ^J v^*-'' White. 0.^'j trJJ i^J Vob V}j (earth). »> lV3 o ^3 To hinder a. To put To be To i ofifa (business). To be confused (man. To be grave. sedate. To ground by stay in a place. Ji'j ^3 -cjj j. To ^^3 Party of travellers tarrying. To be very covetous.j^ To thicken (milk). Disease of the shoulder in camels. Prop for palm-trees. rain).

shaken (building). Reply. o. th. To be . iSUj. -^ yr'j reply.J ( rri ') They are o'f'JJ iu confusion. Pool claim. th. To To quiver. Resurrec^j ^ x^j tion. To desist from. : To ^JrfJ i f^'j have re^\ i[i»jj * course To retui'n To have a upon to retract (a word). Idolatry. prosper a. '*^. Outweighing (scale). in reciting verses j>. 0. upon. Rain. to. Profit. resort.j-^'X i . Swing of rope. To swing (see-saw).j^i ^. for. Cal^ o ^^j ^ To rumble (thunder). o^i^-Jij^/J . 0. To retui-n by degrees. thunder (sky). I-lU^i ^»3j a ^?. to J-ij^j \j>-j o J>-j -S- compose verses jfjTo rumble (sea. Filth. To bought. Punishment. advice). 0. Sound of footsteps. thun_^. to. *>^jj <>^j To To To give (an answer). 0. Roaring (cloud). To give back a. o. ^ f^J To send back a. To have a 5— a conference with a.'s (business Camel-litter for ^ijl To buy (a she-camel) ? f^i'Jj Affected with (camel). To waver (man)._'v>jj ^>j to her family.r. from. Heated again (dish). Trembling j^ 3 of the knees in camels. u-'»yi . ^'y ji-^'y To bring back return a. Aj 5 — to retrace a.^\j turn to.3 To commit foul deeds. 0. Reaction. o j^j To repeat a prayer). i*eii?ove a. To return together (divorced ^f 1^7 people). to. of cavalry). o. women. ^ Second harvest of fruit. lj» 3 ^ j>j^ Sjj* jl with the price of another. To return a. forefeet in walking To carry sheaves the floor. Preferable r-^\j To send back a. th.«>. ^'y'J ^' 3 ~ (opinion). To stretch the hand backwards. 0. ^j ^ ^^j Jaded (camel). To repeat. To move heavily (cloud). Sweat. (sea). Piece of poetry on a short metre j^J . a. •Woman Recourse. Stone for sounding a well. ju>-j — To prevent a. Crime. ^t S To be filthy. th. Repaired (clothes). <> Echo. (>• ^j>-jj ^jj o^^^^jj ^^j (to a letter). (food. To God). To sound the depth of a ^_^ •J\j — (water). to Jis-jlj -^. -r u-^/jj a-^jj u-?-Jl Thundering ^-^3 Dung.'s self with a.'j.>^ derate (opinion). -^ Wrath. -4: tremble.yj To return. Return.9-j>j\ ^ ^ drav7 back the r4jJ.j\j der). To groan (camel). — Punishment. returning . beneficial eft'ect j — <^ — To weigh o. a. * ~ To incline. To repeat o«i » — See-saw. To prepon-. To amend Jl^ 5 jc ^j i Excess of weight. To . trembhng « • jW-j. To shake. Heavy (squadrons^^'j o^^'j a. recite. Unbelief. ^^ j1 To return to a former condition. Answer Return. To swing on (a see-saw) J ^i^jl Filled (vessels ). To reAj S f. tr^>Jr* Narcissus (flower).^J ^J fade away. To vie with a. : * j s ^ fi> j1 Filth. th. 0.>Jj <> Ship-yai'd.'^3 . To repeat a. To to 1. j>jj jalj^ Short metre of poetry. th. th. from. & t^)j To swing with a.oOtll Answer. (beast). j^\'J\ -^ To back a. Cud. To reply. th. o.JJ. to get of water. * . o\^jj o^>j j t-^j. •<> Receipt. Repeated (word). To resort to a.

j_^iii)l— Glcchoma. Ji>3j Jb-jl J>-jj — Having curly ^ Jf j Pedestrian. Alarming. to a cowl {plant). J::>. To grant a respite to a. Shivering fever." :a»'j^ ther young). Day of resurrec- >j^3 . ijiiJIj jjjjj^J J-^' crow's foot {plant). Good walker.iiijl j>'j Chameinelum. — ~ To To To To To To stir a. Walking on foot. Sea-gulf. Pedestrianism. suckle her young. (o/j/^. Blank .XJ^[^2\ ^>iiii '\j'j^\ fixed star in the left foot of Oi-io. be moved. Layopas. pedestrian. ^y^jj Wj with his mother. Husband. »- spread alarming news. Misfortune.ck^ ' '' Army. To tie (a beast) by the foot seize a. f^\y> ^ •^yi. 'JaSlI Coronapus. 3^)1 — First blast of the trumpet on the last day.spotted To follow o. <j. Vigorous. on foot. duck's foot (dangerous plant).?. o. ^r Ji*j. on foot. De/^^mm/n. xVjj Ji?-j. o.jj Manliness. iiai^ j^jj j>.^l — -^ Alriplex. Hind-leg j^'jl ^ _^l.'s own opinion. Set fi'ee with his mother (suckling).jj Ci^jj Cuijj ^j-0 ^*>3 "^ quake (earth). hen's foot {plant). a> Podopk)/Uum. : to » — FootJ:j> I3b JfXjh *V. th.). ^jj jt^}\ jij^ Kind of run. o. To be manlike jf^ (woman). virago. Swarm of Ji^3l -r ~ Large troop of beasts. To prepare for war. free young one) alight ( To rider). To go foot. o>W.j To comb (the hair).jJL'i\ ^j -^ Answer letter. o:ii. Ju^j JW-jj J-ij^rtramp. groond-ivy. W^hite-. o.'s foot. To tremble.'yj Arum^ friar's Anchusa^ pigeon's foot (plant). Earthquake. il^i j>. To tie To have by the y^j ( a J*. quake (earth). 0)-nithopodus. .^^i^) ^ Jfj'' j9tpi J»j!^ on one Hunters. To be set free with his mother (young beast). To tremble (old man> To be restless. . ISIan. Foot. portion. foot. To comfort a.yi-'y> Filagn. of beast. J^3j JVjj JW-j ^rO^V^j To extemporise 'a speech). lion's foot phuU). hare's ioot{plant). locusts. -^J ^0 woman). To be advanced (day). Rigel. bird's foot (pin. Perfect. To go down (a well) t? j * ~ without I'ope. in a kettle. Shock. (his J» j mofeet.^'}i\ jij^ "" Lotus ornithopodus. Large-footed. Foot-passenger. th. o. Hard ground. oroche [plant). Lower part of the shoulder ^ Resort. let (a ^Jt^\'J\ ~ To female) » !>^3 o of Orio. *i'l3i~ j^j -^j jJ-x ji^ ^ . fit J?^3l To go at a middling pace (horse). To rumble ^thunder). Vigour in walking. a — j^ 2^ J* To let (a Somewhat curly (hair). th. >3 a white-spotted foot horse ). To ba curly (hair). Star in the right foot ^'^\ *'j>?»'' — Rough tion. false news. To suck a. J^ :r J::?:3 passenger. : jj *Vj. 2f j» j Manlike woman.j. shake (the head). PrecedenI paper. hair.). -ft- Garden purslain. To cook a. To let go a. sea. ( Return. engage in a. Time. White-spotted on one foot (beast).a)lj^j loCto. ^ f^^y f.OVI Part. 3 Man. ce. jij ^ j'b. lark's spuv {pla. <-j'S^'-> f''^" bird's foot trefoil ( plant).

Make room. To * ^>j1 White To To miss (game). o. shallow (vessel). To speak obscurely.sket. To become wide.3j >— »-3 ya. <iS»-jj \^j (a house). J^/Jj Smallage (herb). mightx. »_.^3 Strong. To hope foi". What What Width is hoped._. 'U-jl ^ The two sides of a well. Well. Purple. — — Wide 5'pace. To expel a. of a hoof.a o>:3j remain in. ii> ^ -^ — put off a. . w>3 To keep i ^^% ^jj (a beast) in the stable. To fear <>• To beseech a. Heap ^Uj j ^> j ^ lW3 ^ of stones. Tombstones. to welcome a. Generous. s C^j o ^j -STo stone a. Troop. to be easy.To practice magical stoning.' . * ^*7Jlj j^J^j ^j To put a side to (a well). 0. ^y!" *»'3*i eQ-^*J ''WjJ '^i-JJ i_jV>l? JJ '^?'3 \>-j j_j Welcome. to enlarge (a place). n:i J '^j\ Wide-hoofed (mule). cj^'A le. Oven. j^^Sj" .\^'j a •-->3 "^ b3 wide (place). j^A Tombstone. 0. Stone for cleansing a well. d\>-y>-'j) -r^jy-'j j To cast stones at.\^i ^ i}>-'yt To beg a. To throw stones at o. 7-3*3 Den of a hyena. is put off. be near to bring forth (female). To thi'ow stones at o. 0. ^liJlj >>3j ~ tf. another. Name of a of a stallion. at C^[. Battering (horse). Be at ease. To protect a. 0. '^l. LeaJ»S^ ving traces of wings on the sand (locusts). Sto. To abide in. Country. th.> v-'-J Welcome.0 cii-'j '^ to (beast).'j med of. 0. Fear. Shooting stars.^Kj To Broad. Flat-soled -ft- (man). i_jG>-3j . Able._. To be intricate (business). js. To be rancid (butter). Js^-'^^ Variegated (garment). Court. th. * ^>3 Magical stoning. fear a. ^I_y To be heaped (stones). in (words). Bed of panic^JU-j grass. ^>3'' To be wide. clear the w^9-3°l . Vf^S' Foul speech. Welcome.-J JLc j>-j To be unable to speak.>-x Friend. The accursed one.i j1 To To To be in commotion U?-3 seize with (the teeth). Red-purple.2a)l Ci^jo o?^3j. Cul- tivated groimd.^3"b way.*j "^i-^j 5^1 home. w^3 Ampleness. -if- ^j To greet. Sling. To hope a. To speak conjecturally. *j'i-3. i *^3 . ^. »> — To put a stone on a (tomb). Combed. spacious. o. -^ • ^J' spot on a horse's foot. . Grave. generous. Extended borders. Deadly poison. Stoned. to revile a. 2<^i3 To contend with a. To To enlarge ^l3'-3 J^^ o ^^'j J . 0. To remain silent. Satan. 9\'j^\ U9I3 o o?3 To be asha. vc=. to death. Broad (foot). •9-3 Hope. -^ Request. Copper caldron. A (>j a >. Comb. a. 0. spacious. tribe. To curse. Side. pulley. 0. party. Brands on camels. Ba. Conjecture. a. o.j^i-^ ne-work around a well. j'j^-'j Missile. Wider. ^'jS^j dLi C>"3 The broadest rib of the breast. be at ease. and .^^^ Doubtful (news). j 5 — — To protect a.* — To clear. To be familiar i_) Long-minded forbaaring. t j^J -tt Wide and Easy life. j^'j j^'^j. The two cross-beams of a uW.

(man). To express pity for jt. Abundant Fweat of Mallet for hneii. 5 j>JiL\ riding.). -r ?-J . Favour. ^\'j » >i-ln-ll. To embark in (an aifair). White-backed (horse). j^3 To be weak-hearted. 0. Soft ground. implore the mercy of. ^* \y> ^ X^'j' if Deceased.% ^^'J\ ^Jj Thick of a fight.3 ^r J'^3 Fit to be saddled (camel).j_j >^^"j ^J O*! Disease of the Merciful. ^»3j . \^'j Emigration. Strong and pure wine. oj^ (_^!1 _^'Ji To saddle. Ufl> 3 a J a>3 ^ ^ v^jj jj-j. ^jj X'^Ks-jj die after childbirth . Aim of a journey. a '^j To excel in. j^^'J' F. . 'S*3 o C9. <> Di. JJ V>3 ^ *5li-j^ Saddler. -fr better to cj^i^i-j be feai-ed than to be pitied {prov. j ^ ji3 turn (an arm-mill). Great traveller. Jt>-j^ ^ J> j1 ^ J>3 J '^'J\ Camel's saddle. ^-jj ^\>. 'j j j. to have mercy ij-'j o on. To tread a. To I strike a. J=r'j3 !r *i^0 Leather horse-saddle. ary. One day's J^'S^ journey. c. 0. Womb. To jiQ jai j1 Handmill. Deceased. Chief of a tribe. To -^ send. j»b.'l>3 To To C>3 i Sjj .s^i 3 The It is All-merciful (God).3 o ^3 i ^ foot. in going away. away.jjl. Station of the way of the Trainer.3 Camel tit JG-.UJl To To wash (clothes). to depart from.3 -^ (serpent). supple. . ^G-j J^-'-Sy -r- j»^3j ^.. _^_)\iAC^j\\ o* -6* '^^* Washing-tub. Beast for riding. Mollar tooth. To mount a. to drive a. Troop of ca- become strong (camel). Bustle. To find a. * j^'Jh . J J u'^J'J^'-J To To forgive. Medina {town). th.3 Travelling much. T(j. Fabulous bird. 4^ J>.'j 0.i-ip-J 7r o-i'i - . submitted to him patiently. Rachel. Stage. HjLjj J^3 disturbed. 3 ( ! Yrv ) To have mercy upon o. JG. To purchase a. ^ij j ^3 to say God have mercy on him a. fever. iJb. Mercy. To train camels for riding. Idol in Hadramout. J»>'j ^G-jj >L_s»3j >^3 a Js^j To remove. h-lp a. To be remiss (man) soft '^j\ Journey. i) ^ sword). with (a v ^. th. To ask a beast for To lower o. kindred.=-i-'i <— >J P To ba To be stirred. a. 'Vi»-j ?- > sweat after fever. To ask a. tra»jb t/a> 3 To give licence.^ 3 To be disgraced (man). Mecca. s — mels. -if- Condor. have beasto for I'iding. Cross. journey-book.i.-3j for a journey. Stage. Foot of a camel. j^/jj Jb-j . to ride (a 5 J»wjlj J>3 J="3 Mercy. allow a. pity. to. under a U.^ Ji^jlj * The Most Merciful (God).5JU J~. to o. Horse's-saddle. owner of camels. To be confused (advice). -^ J»-3'i !r *'i^^* To abate (price). to saddle a beast.'j^ To lower ce) of. Favoured X'^i^^^ •^ camel). Easy (life). 0. (the pri- ^. Bloodj. *i>J!. ^Uj ^ "^-^J. to be cheap. coil jr'jj .u^j (dough). •<> lax rj>-'j "^ Ca. \i. cheap. Luggage. 0. pi ty ^'ji womb.^3 (woman). th. parison. To be tender. 5 * — To mix (wine) with water. -J-^ ^ ^u. Dwelling. stir.. 0. late. Castle (at chess). x:^j1j To A> — To To grind (wheat).'s self before a. Spinage. Water-closet.

J lijilr^J 0. o.^i. Ci-3 a mother).o\i-j lead an easy life. . white carrion-vulture. Soft butter. ^^jj.sit upon her eggs (hen). J»^^ ^j -j^ ^"j To •^ ^AJ drive a. To remove from. Sympathy. to a. o.jaoC'j\ curtain). His circumstances ha. 'ii.J ^»3j V"-3-> . To return (a . To shut (a door).2iJ^jj. 0. l^>J back. ^r ^j Soft butter. Shai-e of water. to a. To loosen turban life. Free from cai'es. Remissness. lazy. o. 0. To lay (anchor). uli. 06-j. -y_^ Gentle breeze.p J j 5 — — Cheapness. to. a > 'i\j 5 To be soft. to a former or a. ^U i^ . th. lax.Ol ^\'j!> Running quickly. To yj\ soften a. th. Fresh. To Aj — rescind (a sale) with. To To give back a. To let go a beast) at to be cheap. permission. e.'J\ ^ — To soften (paste). Easiness of life. To To repel forcibly a. y'i-j x^lij such or such. To reuder » »j ^u. To recall to mind.j_jwii. (the I'eins) to (a Cheap. to s '"Cj-jj : He went to sleep again. •> Leave. th. state. (a hen) to sit upon her — salutation) to a.'j~\^\ j . i. 0. th. th. ^J^\j J^^j\ Softness of the paste. th. 'U-j Soft. To i> i. ^i. soft stone.3 To loose a. To let ( down (a A — lei- To find a. ^j ^3 To convei't a. To ask leave of. th. Vultur pcrcnopterus. kind of lotetree. a. It will be of no profit to thee. sure. cream. Soft paste. th. Fosterer of she-lambs.L». th.b j 5 — To refute to discard a. th. A s s Marble.'s To let run (sails). -^ a. 0. To l^j o S3 -« avert a. Alabaster. To make eggs.-r\'j Remiss. Loosened (curtain).Cij sweet.jo ji-jj. th. Delegate. To To •^ return an answer to. u^S' To sprinkle a fine rain (sky). To loosen To remove a. th. j s i'ij or a. o. is- play with (her chUd pity a. To rage anger. Soft ( cushion ).'jj $iV'>j To be slack. <>• i/»>J k^L'j lead a quiet Plenty. oV>j^ ^ HLj She-lamb. To ^\ s — — v restore a. To swell with (a knot). To To . To fi> ^3 5 marble To soften (the voice). i/lij Melodious (voice). dispute with a. th. jt pet. Quick (death). ^y} To become soft (dough). t *ciJ' ^ ^^y. JC. remiss. * ji'3 ^'Ji To run swiftly (horse). melodious (voice). Dye. (sea). from. back to. to (God). "C^i-j ) Meekness. Indulgence of God. ^ij To To curtail (a word). repeat a. to reciprocate a. 0. fit iSj re- White-headed ^'3 ^ •lii3 and black-bodied (horse). sweet-voi.!I 'j-'j 'ti". To t\i. o. {un. ^'Vj j'j»-jcj >• v^ j^ -^j^ J To echo a.j fi> . Ji^ ^ui^f ij send a.3 Looseness..'s/JGi-j ced (girl). Thick milk. Male vulture. »\ilrt_ll^j o'^x Light breeze. o. th. To be gentle. To refuse a. tendei-. Zizyphus lotus.a. th. * — To restore a. oy^xj J^jj ^jj >-j. •tf- 3 Pi'oxy. *j ^^J'^\ ve become easy. Piece of marble. ^isi^ j>^j i>»-» To loose horse). <>- Hj >b ^i. Aiijj ili. To be iilij >>-jj .i. To remit to be remiss.ijii.

aversion. 0. To fi> tij a .j ^'^3 To rivet a nail. *T3 Jl. Si^'-j eVj To restrain. ^"'^J ^ w'^J j* * stones at To claim a.ssist a. Hut f>i' hunting hyenas.I. Echo. th. To dye. Shirt stained with saffion.Vj Trap for hyenas. se from. To follow 0. Canal.'^j To -Ur'^b 'C. th. j quentation of a place. o. r. Large bowl. a-Sp Jc a)jl •< Green-grocer. behind. To quiet a. Burden of a song. To help o. To take care of (camels) cleverly. woman Overburdened ( rious (riot). To ride on the same beast synonymous (words). To be steady in affairs. ii*\>x) A>\ij ^». th. sink in mire. : To bear two (riders beast). Dislike. Fat-tailed (ram). Balked. dyed with. of To To follow a. Bad thing. supply (a king). Help . Requital. o. ^ij .? Si>J —^>j -^ Mire. Divorced (woman). back from. (a stone). o tt^J ^ -tt- -^oijl Black leather. Stone Head. the rear of (the Hinder-curtain of a tent.^j^ t 'J^'j treat a. s^lij To commit a bad action. ^yj Ji. . To be removed. To refrain to be repelled To be stained. J J a >Jjj j\j a uiijj . Measure . Long space of time. away. stone- i_) ^a ^^3 ^%j speech.^Vj ^ To To apostati- ^— j< fi'acture (the skull). Saffron or blood- stain. mire. i^^j.ij To To be muddy (soil). a.I^j Shme. to ^ from. 'i\yi ^ i_^ Having swollen udders (ewe). th.yj Apostasy. . To corrupt a. Spacious square..Gj. o 'jij liji 3 — A — helper. - j^^j a^ f^'-^^j[ Wicked. o. Fat ^ij ( ^ ^Wj camel ). th. Headless (arrow). Deformity. to stain a.j ^. a. Fertile (land). vjij >-jiO'i ?- thick mud. gently. — To bruise a. To claim. . o. A To be altered in colour.!!. To let down (a veil). Salii'Ou.Yjj ^. -^ 'ij u-l'^^-^j a-'^'j'' Stay. SijS^ To strengthen a. to God. •> Rubbish Sij bran. jU-L. g To - To be bully a. To repeat. To i o o^'^J Restitution. To fall from (a place). -^ To mous with another (word). Lith irge.A P -ft- Profit. with. Heavily laden (army). fi'om. Lazy sailor. To falter in (speech).V. Ciij ijij -a- V^->1 about 5 bushels and a half. Spurious (coin). * — Sj of To beat break (the soil). \^ij a ^Vj To plaster (a house) with » ^ijj — mud. refuge. ^i\j be synonya To walk step by step.. To cast i tr-iljj a. . o. hammer. To stay (a wall). ^ Zi^jj Xi-Vj Blind alley. Xpl'ij 9. Matter. o.iaj To attack enemy). He was coiiverted forsake a. Cjii-ij yiji. to take back (a Productive land. Baked bricks. To let down (a curtain). To a. for sounding a well. fi^j a Isij a lij "^ To stay (a wall). Swollen (sea).>. Se). 0. p. o. Long remote from his wife (man). for corn. Answer. — To go frequently to.i>j ^_^j p. Sink-hole. Stone-beatei". j ^'^\'jj — They have rescinded the sale^i iSlj He retraced his steps. Heavy load. Razor. Impediment ij To take a. Black dye. Neck. s Gtij a f.lV. To break iu hitting the butt l.. th. <^^\j ^. usefulness. Angry. bad. To mount a. Fre- sSj^ turn away a. (arrow). bad.b %/\^[ gift)./i j^ij'i To be vicious.

in ja pit). to entice a. steadfast. ^j propelling a boat. o. 'ijbj'ii'ij To leak (bucket). 0. She-camel.\y. Mind. o. To start (a 5 ^jijl horse). To wrap cloak. Bow. s ^s'i^j To protect a. . Rock. i\'ij Lost. To flow ^ . Rock in water. To hop (child). To perish. PI. 0. Snowwater. Waist-wrapper. with stones. with (a i_j Aj 5' stone). th. To fall in (a pit). To beat the ground CGi^j CiJ '^'^J '^ in running (horse). th. Debt. sMij or family. To limp (crow). Stone for battering ^lyi ^ ^ t?Sj^ rocks. To knock a. elephants. Cloak. y i^ "ij To drizzle (sky). a^j Hollow in a a%jj o^ijj «ij ^ 1*5 stony ground. To become foremost amongst A — oSj o/s people.& — To destroy a. ' To disappear. ij ^ To osceed (an age).i y ^jijlj i^Sj To blandish. ^ ^j a. Large building. camels.. 0. Ignorance. To fall down.j To enlarge (a house). To break a. ^ ^j sli^. ^Sj ^ C:^^ ii_^. Bountiful benefactor. «^S3 a ^i>j To throw a. Little burdened by debts loose outer-garment. ruined. 0. Sword. «r!!A" Pole for 'jp. Wrapper. — To strike a. Legs of ^S'^'y horses. Strong. To increase (flock).'s self in a Cloak. Dauntless warrior.

^ Jijj J^jj P <• Rice. 0. Overflowing (vessel). o. ^j\jj_} jaded (camels). To despise. To bring jf Staple. a bountiful man. waste. (part of his property). To commit impure. with (a spear). J ij\ To have corrupt companions. foul deed. He has not obtained the least thing He is from him. Disbanded party. Wicked. To reach moist j- To delude. <_j S Gi-Jj a ^ jj "^ To stick into a. ^ J. o. Wrong. '^j'jj a r-jj P P -S- ^ij ^ ^j'ij To fall down oC«ij aji'ij from fatigue (she-camel).v'j'j a . 0. — To reject coins. Weak. si'ij ^ ^ij To spear a. ti'ees. c/ifij 9. Cjj\*jj'' -r ^jlt'' Baseness. To lay eggs (lo- |-J3 i o jj -« a fi> cust). To facilitate (an affair). Glazed (paper).33 a To be muddy (ground). o. th. To render abject. i (camel). Blackness.j V3Jl Rubbish. To strip a. Short. To stick a. th. Deprived of her best men (tribe). J Ignoble. Refuse. Grumbling of a To knock down a. Iron-bar. filthy. fall a j)>j -ir Exhausted by disease. Jl'ij ?r o^'ijb J?0'' !r C»i3 'Aij^J S':>'J\ Bulky. <tjj[ Large ^^jj^^ ir v'X' *')j\y' -r ^yjs. Exhausted. abjection. o. Small Long-sounding. To exceed (a number).s. j Jjj -«• . To poise (a load). earth by digging.* / - > To diminish. : ^. Corrupt. th. 'jj]j .j j>'ijb ^ij"! Satrap of Persia. To stick to (a ?j A CVj o t-jJJ "^ place). J-. Rum- bling of thunder- jj_ j j j'jj Gurgling of the stallion.jlj fi> jj — Rice-merchant. Rui-al district. Pipe. Rags. with. into. ( for jj\ ) jj Sound from belly. hail. o. -^ -tf- fi> ^ y T'. \jj]\ To say or commit gross Jiij. ^'j'J\ — ^jj -«To be scanty (water). ^ J jl. To overfatigue (a beast). fin s ijj/j''j Oj a bj ! a. ^\'jj j ^'jj ^ ~Sjj To groan jjjb Sjjj Cu j. Generous. To soak (the earth rain). j yj[ To shrink from giving sJlliJI jup — (miser). moisture (wind). Strong. To (grapes).i_. abject. ^Uk -M- j'jji a jjjj Thin mud. (Tl j To obtain from a. j'^jj. Shudder. Jaded. To cast off. (arrow). a. Food prepared with rice. Overworked. ^j'j) To stab a. o. ^^'orse. actions. to deci'ease To words. sewer. ^'ij_. To put a staple to (a lock). Row of men. hinge. wickedness. Mire. Ofrice of a satrap. tui'pitude. afar. To shake a. oUji^* *j3^' v^ljj. ship. ^. to beguile a. to shame a. Small ti'oop.o3.^'I'^J Vice. 3^jj To set in order. Overfatigue. To resound (rain). Great misfortune. To dispose. — — 4 ^ ~ * jj'j To thrust a. ft> j i J'i'jt^l.Cj^^^jj '0 >«ij it "i^ To overflow (vessel). abject. Stabbing. look as vile. xljjj ^'fj t Misfortune. damage. o. To smooth (paper). To be exhausted. 1^ ^ <jjj^j i? j^j. Ji i^ wantonness. th. To pick up fallen grapes. of ^ s Sj'j^j . Prop of a vine. To be in a bad state. j\'jjj oi j3 ?r cjj jij3 j\j'j Lead.

C»J3 o j^'Jj seize a. To pick up (things). for making stieks.\jj yjj^ yjy>^ J\ North wind. ?r They were disbanded. Gain Heavy. precipitate. ojj — To eat various sorts of food. Gift of God. To be blessed with children. ^_Jlj To settle. 5- Hard tree used Fennel {plant). of paper.. cleave to the C»\jjj C«jjj i o — — ground (jaded camel). A C»j3 — To make a bundle of (clothes). ^VJi Beginning. ojjij — ~ draw near to. First touch of fever. 7- j^ij j.^ijj Roaring (lion). repair to . I To be To be cool. A ^j'j To make purchases (in a market). (God). <>• Glue. ojj be frightened away. set (people) at variance. 0. kneel upon (an adversary). Sound judgment. Exhausted. stop ia (a place). j S'jj\ Sjj IS ^ — tains). To be sunk C^jj Uy^j ^'j (eyes). — I To be sedate. <> Sedateaess. jj Livelihood. the Fosterer (God). ema^ijj j i/jj ciated (camel). sedate. farm. To beget a. ^ ^— ip To scrutinise. Rain. To be angered. Prudent.5 j'j'Ji sink ''a well). White lily. th. tt **jj. blessed. To ^. Roll of accoants. iiJ3 — To bundle. 3'jJ\ Ud. To thank a. Forerunner of love. To precipitate (substance). ? Gj_3 jXL — The Supplier. Military supplies. to pack up a. be heavy. bundle. 0.^jjl r-'CjJj Estate. ^'JJI Parcel. W^ine< Lucky. 0. 0. paste.tT To weigh To To To a. To make psace between. soldiers.>«J.^3 j -iZ^'Jj Cj Firm. o. th. Sediment. prosperous. j/ijj iijj 5. . To To To To To go quickly (she-camel). . Long cap. th. ° Ream ^jj. j o jl?' oj\j j situated oppo. s 3jJ\^\ Substance. calendar. Light (wind). xi" \}j/j P Garment i To To To jjj Ir'j ^ -^ of white flax. oljj. ccj/j 01 Grave (woman).. * 'u-O' To spread (news). <~r^^J3 k^—O Forbearing. Band of a parcel. she-camel).!) J — To rumble (thunder).0 grapes.-^j t.^cik. •^ dormer. To conceal. To ask a livelihood fi'om. To groan yj^\ (she-camel). Upland retaining water. ) r^-* with A Cjj ouj3 uj xJij^ "^ I I the hand. Groundless ^^-i_j news. stores.'3 (sediment). To fi> L. I ] To be cold (winter). To bury (the dead). a. (woman). To begin (an affair) with a.? ^JJJ ?r ojj *^jj. Long-berried 'J j. to rely upon a. Jl^ uijjb urge on (a she-camel). staid in (manners). fever. cJijj. i-outed To receive victuals (soldiers). sustenance. Wine. j ^ i^\j To divulge (secrets) to 0.j To To To To I die. Bellatrix. Jljjl ^ Jjj. Mend ojO of a._^j (sword). Misfortune. cGJj Mural aperture. to be precipitated ^^j ( ^ -^ -^ Meal sufficient for one day.^j) . jij3 P Weak. star in Orio. To gurgle (bowels). ^^jx "<* P Pi. o 5 o'j'j be the companion. Cry of (a child. ^.:tJj)3j ^jjj Year-book. steady (man).jj . Old well. ^JijJ Swampy ground.nise [plant). Allowance of imhoped for. — inquire about (news). cr-'^i.-'>"-j. 0. ! ^Uj^ ^ '^j I Firm (column). a ^ j^ To remain long (in doors). receive a gift from. oOj.site (moua- grant suste5 a CJjj nance to a. Grave. To settle dregs). Sunk in the wound ^yi. _-Lj') Harsh and stubborn man.

Lazi- Easy (life). Easy (life). to.13 Having diseased eyelids. Disease of the eyelids. Stallion. Envoy. To alternate with a. To act gently.a — C 3 To use (a word)r' without restrictiou. on the mind.JU-j_ Epistle. j_LJij jj^'jj . To hang down to be . e'Aj:&\ 3 jlj sedately. j A ^^'J\ jx Ln-L I Ji ^ To impress a. z^iJLVj P To stick together (eye. Mission. He made a proverb : Jl v-^ oju ovei- ip 5 ~ — — -3 a 'n. Gentleness. shoulders. J~-l^ ^ Jl:^ Short arrow. Messenger. To empower (a devil) (man God). firm. work. J-^ j' . Milk. Pastern- !^j^j f-^j^ joint. Rope tied to the pastern.^j a . Plaited thongs of a belt.»— stuck together. o. Pi.*1U3j >^-^3 a J-:. Message.^!! IV'^-^J 5 A-^0 Sub-deacon. In-step: Long necklace beads. oVUj. th. into. lank (hair). To soak the earth (rain). Theatre. sketch a. ^ . kindly with. the pastern.'s it r^A Messenger. ^j fit Female vulture.CjLj a /«-^j -^ lids). To put upon (a child) amulets ^ — against the eye. To drive a (beast) in shackles.jjvi. To be absorbed (rain). To prescribe a. i To walk like To read correctly. Horse started in a race.^tles. tt A—J' r-^j carpus of man. To arrange (a discourse). To be relaxed (limbs). < The Epistles of the •<>• TiCj '^t Apo. The The horses. J ^j /* — To have numerous flocks — abundance of milk. o. Native cinnabar. Apostle. Letter. leg of a camel.. To act familiarly. in feast).js ^j^^'Js To be slow-pa.3 paced (camel). Gentle -paced (she-camel).st) with milk.>. Loosened. ^j ^ j» 'XnL'j ^ fSj\ of camels. angels. Lank (hair). long (hair). by the ankle (wrestler). th. to. 0. To seize a. Sweet water.\j Antimony. Two To tie (a beast) by C. Apostolic. To speak to great length.^j^3 To interchange ^j jtj j s jJLIj letters with a. of OyV*** >^ 5^ Ati-^j^ The winds. . To be lank. To be emaciated ^t » in To despatch a. Copious (meal). 0. U>-lj o ^il-j "^ To be dessicated To fasten a. To write. To start (a horse).iJ_C«3 « *^'^'j ^3 Company The two of men. c»>i~^> Easy-paced (camel).J-j a r^'j * — of the shoulders. EmaciaHall. th. To render (life) easy.j -» ced (camel). '"^^jj J-^jb J-^jj tr^ jZj ^ Jj^j 'i^j-^j To expend much upon family.j ^ j^^j Envoy. Sjf^ ^ Tir ) — To be I I well oil. To be To be his words. rt-'y* ^ -r^'j" of y^A 'Sji ^^]\ in. Jj-tj J-^0' rooted (science).>L. Gentlei'LL'j j> j — J^j xLl. (hair). Apostleship. (torrent). ^ To establish : fit ^ to ( To feed (a young bea. j^lr^li OU-ljj \ji^ji U—3 o -3 -J^ a shackled man. To erase (traces C-iJ o ^j rain). o. th. To have the eyelids ^3. To be slow To correspond together. To assign (a pay) to. o. is. To leave traces.— J "^ the thighs. pendent (hair). Herd JCyi ^ jSj veins 0SL. JC-j ^ J-lj Deeply versed in science. Wolf. To forsake a. ^i'j ^ 'U-lj ^ ^j\ ^ ted in the thighs. Hairy in the legs jjLj (she-cainel). Foot. Gentle (pace). Wide. Ju5l j k-. Loose ness. -^ Messenger.

To read ses) attentively. ^>^0 < FuU (f- uniform. l<^'-i " j^^ ^ \Xj -j:}- Regularly. To -^Sj' ooze (vessel ). To rear (a child). Moisture. Order. '^ o IP-j -^ ho. Powder for the eye. Painful blow. J'jL'j -^ Dry and jXjiSji J-'j^-j bring forth (gazelle). (cloth).:clij Mark.j\j iiXi^'Jj a fine rain (sky). o. ftj s — < Ceremony. To sprinkle cloth dyer). ^0 To vie with a. Misfortune. j^'jK To be ordained (clergyman). Able to walk (fawn). Letter. scheme. to moor (ship). firm. To i-ecoHect a. ^|j3 ^ Reptile. & ^J.ise). Sprinkler. th. for an office. To leak (vessel). fixed. ^ have a rheum. Nose of a horse of man. nose . Jj 5 — To be able to walk (fawn). ^j-lj Walking day and night (camel). o. To sprinkle water. stamp. -^ office). -^ Custom-house duties. elecampane. a o-^'->^J To make.^^/j ^ ^jj ^. -^ To : rope. ( camel Port. jxt^j ^ ip'j person.Ci.^^ stiU and poured down rain. cM^'j Seal. flour. o. U -rS'j^ J anything. (>jJ.i3 To be firm. To grow (plant). impress. < To sprinkle. To make peace between. j. x— . Heavy tread (camel). th -^ To sprinkle salt. To bring up a child). Leaving traces on the ground.'j To consider the site (of a * To sprinkle j. i'^ The cloud stood li^r'O^ *. To make (a horse) to sweat.w'\y' To walk He stopped. To spirt blood (wound). th. U. To relate oiJ^I ^ iJ A 0-3 — part of a tradition to a. To leap briskly (gazelle).j -^ able to walk. at a vehement pace (camel). l\-Ljj \'^l'j o 113 * To lay at anchor. he remained.> Llj gyman. pai't of . steadfast. tinn. To spirtle (ink pen). To be prepared for (an To grow (grass). Mountain oozing at its base.— U3 Mud on the upper a w-i-lj. . ( Til ) Pole (3yj ^ To To oi'dain a cler- j . j^'^^'j^J jrcr^'^j'' ?r J'y^J^ To sweat (body). A ipj To comply with (an order). . — To retrace a tradition to. U—-3 ^z-/j " i- . ^ Order. To stamp sC^* To dri- y^ ^ ^^j ^^'j (ver- ve (a camel) at a quick pace. To plan a. & L. blood). ^^ ^'j J-i-j' To the address of auch a ( : fy- : Sprinkling rain. of a j^y. Custom. anchorage. Officially.-^3 Dry cocoa-nut used as a ladle. In spite of him.Steadfast io good of a tent.? bucket. leave footprints ). head- uC'Jj : ^Jj*l ^ cr'J To lick (her young gazelle). '^'^ o \ ^'j ^^Sj ^ P to put a halter on (a horse). J ^_i. in swimming. Tax.j\ ^j'j ^jLj ^ j^^^'j Sketch. "^ "^S^'jt "^j h.^^\j^ t cj^'j" ( ^j'" J^-'j To be still. r--lXll. ^ To prepare a.j a — He has not given him -^t. Camels treading heavily. Trace. 'j. stamp on clay. Halter. ^ — a. to praise God.i^O-* . Anchor. jii_. tionless c oi" evil. prescription. To ooze (water).i jrtr^'jj j^'j Scattered drops. Enula helenium.'j To tend (a flock) well.j ^A cru ~- — Rheum. li. fCJl ^^:'j\ To anchor (a ship).3 a \z.^ ^ is^^ To be To Fawn loose. To wash To invoke. To foster (a plant: rain). To b3 sprinkled.*/! soft (bread). sweat.

spunger.j ji. sharply. Swift (arrow).ji To walk with a. 5 — . nimble (youth. Spiritual instruc- >\i. to suck a. 0. (a wii-i_. <> Halter.j ^3 ^ dog).j ^ . ^ J-J- jil^ \Jj . oytoJ 'j^XJ 'j-^J :li. To see and eat wedlock. [^j 0.i. 0. s in a yjtL'j To To To give a bribe to a. th. J -{^ To put the head in (a vessel — a paths. -<>• (God). Shai'e of water.*^jlj X-i-j o ^ij -^ a vessel).shoot an arrow. To excite (a young ^^J\ beast) To throw ^ ? (2X3 o jX^ missile) at. To throw (missiles) at one another. Nasturtium^ cress. j dinner (spunger).Jj icj Jl.\j Spotted.j ^3 plianus lyratus or enarthrocarpus.J o i Parasite. iCi^" "t-* j. bucket-rope. hyena's face. ilxi^ >iJ La-svful mari'iage. Saddle-felt. s ^^rS\j Sucker. Briba. ^^j^^Jr^j Bribery. Mark of rain. o. -^ Majority of a child. ^JJ ~ C-i-j a . iJlij Ji-'j elegant. 0. wji. To crave f<ir food at its sineil. Scratching of a pen.kDI- Agallock (i. The Director Female tion. Small window. ? — To be slender-waisted.iii. o. Klegant (style). ^ «lij To .j -tt- To make the ) sign of the To christen (a child To halter (a horse). j To blandish a.jij j<£'j 4.li. 5 Cij ^ vessel.^|j3 ^ Centaarca ojanus.^ -ll- put a rope to (a j A bucket). -xi j1 To be in the right way to. Gratuity given to an apprentice. forth leaves To shoot ^j1 (tree).^-j Straightforwardness.'j\ To intrude at CjXjj Ci. iCi^^l — — Ornamented halter. by words. -r ^4 lS^jI — To cast the looks on a.. Lips. To direct a. To suck A ^ijjj ^^'Jj ^L'J\j -izlj in a. ^jj ^ij ^z^\j i_iCi^ J u^ij_j Ui. ojiJlj 5 To wound a. privately.jj . To receive bribes ( judge) To ask for a bribe.j j£j ^ jl. Slender (youth). town of Egypt. jXj jCiji -^ Sweat. Orthodox 0. iSl-y . Small quantity of water o. rat. Greedy. \'jS j a J^jj liCi. ^ J^O t>^j' Rope. Shooting of an arrow. j . j Sai-j To flash (lightning). -^ Pi.^. th. o\—UV.> ^ wJii.\ To ask direction from a.j j ji. to. Elegance Oi style.jj j^j Candidate.j To pursue (an affair. s^i.setta. Cro. ^. up young shoots (gazelle). the straight Jd^y> wii.Ci\ iCi-j |[jL>JI ^jj vi-j Lunaria pnrviflora or saviynya u^'ji/ptiaca. To write.'J' ai. blue-bottle {plant).C rt© ) 1 Swift-shooting (bow). /ia- :>ijl iii. Tablet used for sealing.^s. bribe a.^. Small stars {(il'int). -^jj •>^j Direction.3 i Uij o -^ . dormer. . a Cuij^ Cilj To empty (a vessel). to suckle. ^'/jj ^jz!. » — To be well directed to be orthodox.j. Black spot on a *ii-j Nasturtium deserti. 0. Seal apposed on a storeroom. 0. To help a. To become of age. j jj^jii. in Pisces. <• i>- Having a rheum. jl^j^ More quick-witted. ^jj P oCi-l?' To sip. To stretch PL Tendrils of plants. Slendei'nass. The : right ways . Ro. a vessel. Nasturtium Niloticum. To thrust a sword at. White-nosed ^£j\ (dog). Young shoot. i oi.3 (caliph).To become of age (child). Ji-l3 'j^\ Direction. the neck (gazelle To cast a glance at. sJCij^ To seal (wlieat.

brooding (hen). To strengthen building). th. pared evil or good to him. embankment. -^ Talisman. Ct-tfij a ^^j To overlay (a vessel) with A ^-«3 up to her adhere to. God J^ifjh y^J^^J Ji^^J^ '^^ Cr-J curse the giver. Dam. spell. of a sword. ^^j'^ To slap a. -uaO To watch a.. Ujj o Cr»j -ftbuilding) compact. o. To To be compactly set (stones). C»J»3 o . Com.iCajl ^ j^'j Rain. o. th. with (gems). Steadfastness tancy.ij lead. Waiting for.)x-aU»j Lead-coloured. Complete thy benefits lislX. bullet. Knot of a bridle.^|j string (pearls) in (a neckinlaid — ^ Pier. j — j. Having the teeth y>'j ^ -tsj ^« Cr»j'l close together. i uj>j a ^^j To wound a. To be ^^^j active. Lying in wait.ja^j to the eyes. To balance (an account). ^^. o. th.j^jlj — To grind (grain) between » r^'j\j — -ft- agent of a bribe To make To •^ (a ^ a^^'j} . lace). -^ Quay. rr oJ^j Pit-faU for wild beasts.jj^Jb j\ \^ j] llni iJ -uijlj — wait for.Wheat groimd and cooked with butter. Rock-water. It (a pier. ^. Sinew tening aa arrow-head. •^ Obsei'vatoi'j. ^ Balance of an account. (w?i.^j •r.^Ij be close together (teeth). Or^iaj ^ *-c-^j namental saddle-ring. Lion. To weave A . To crush J .^j ?_.^j To be strong. ^ j^j He pre. th. Look out. th. compact. lead. U-s^l 'U con. close theii' ranks ( ^^J x^j warriors ).^js ^ ^ does not suit thee. iL. inlay a. to cj . To stack (stones). To watch one another. to watch a. Having compact teeth. mole. *. ^'j\. iLcij ) ^U>j_ ^ wi-^j fas- work in a stream. j^jj j^^j ^ j^\j .^ j3jJ1 ^1 add a rope to the bucket (prov. To a table). ^Usj.! C Tt-V ) JU^j : Watchman. u^^j_ -^j cr'^'j •^ Lead-shot.work. Causeway. To lay in in (a place). To enchant (a treasure). . ^ 'W.sx. To dress To To stop in (a place). lit : Militai'y post.-^To observe (the stars). tread. 0. To be To To with gems. to copulate (sparrows). Ring sXij Hammer.oCoj^ ^ <-*~*j petitor. set (pawns).^VI «-i^^-» To complete a.»jJ>'jj J_»U>j To spy. To watch a.isl^jl i_j ^jj>'j — (olives).^j ^fi> a. stick. Stone- ( un. '^s^o^(^aJ Heap of eggs. High road. Tendon of a horse. with (aspear). To be fragrant -with (perfumes). Lead. To join (the feet) in To remain NaiTOw in the hips. ? j^'j\ To requite a.i. To draw (her veil) ^j eyes (woman). a shower j^'j To be soaked by (ground). . 5 -usO To set a. a^«»j_j juaj Shower. lo stand in wi^jl ^^"jlj >Jio1_?^ tJLi?^ compact ranks (army) to be compact (stone. set her eggs ( for stones. •<>• (a A fill a*l)«i>3 "^^ ^j fi> ^ -U-aj ^ ^^'J\ To (a tooth) with To make prayer. ^i^'^' V o ^iJ>S a Io^jj U^j o j. Veil di'awn up ~._i^j -S- a stonework). Penetrating (thrust). isCaj To mix (a beverage) with rock-water. To To build a nest (bird). o ^-aj "^ Small quantity of fodder. A j^j\j jusjp Massive (work). teeth).).jCo^> oll. To To sei: (gems). the receiver and the Look out. o. * CL^j To brand a (beast). on the look out.

. ^ He acknowleged huge truth. se. ( un. 0. ^^j Grave. Hot stone meat . To abuse a. To fall (shower.:o'j o jUjj ^ order. musk. To ^^'J doubt about (rumours). s ^in^[ To ask (a woman) to suckle (a ^ 5 — Fi-agments of broken (child). f^'ji Dates stoned and To seek (a nurse). Stone-crusher. .^3 roughly. s r^'j To give (a child) i (tiaj j i-il^i ^-il3 to a wet-nurse. To suck her own teats (goat).w?jj a r^'j "S" *^^J. t^^'j ^ <7iJiTjl^ anxious. to consolidate. ' To roast (meat). I am heart-broken.k^3 *)> ^^ J *ki>3 — To walk To heavily (beast.^^l'. C_i.. -.-i?3j*^3 to srG*" oU-ij four dauntless Arabian tribes. xU)j ' "" " Knee-bone. To contuse. Pebbly ground. a ui>3 ^-^3 -MTo brand (a beast ). To s J A jp'j:oji ja^ji U>3 o iji93 break a. Nursling. is disquieted.sweat) to flow (fatigue). th./b settle in (a place). Fleshy man. To be sedate (mind). tho*J^ * . words.'s self for. To be heavy. To To suckle (a child). To crush stones). o. ^ ^\] "^ To be ignoble.j i^j -S- old man). s ^^'J\ To nurse at the breast (womaD). !n. A ^^'Jj — nursing woman. ^ j^^'j Iron for branding cattle. fi> ^j1 Paltry gift. Kind of lote-tree. To excuse o. cast stones at a. o^ir* o Uc-j -fr .. To till (the earth). coarsely. Hail. 'ja'Jx To make (.J ^"-''JJ U. To butt (buck). "CjoVj ) . j^^ ^Jsj f build (a house) with A — stones. mallet. To set things in A \j. th. -rCi>^^ To crush (the head A ^iJs'j 1 a -rJsj -Sof a snake). be bruised.3 a -rJa'j ^ Red hot He stone._. To complete . Particle of <J^'j sugar. To be broken (fi-uit-stones). f..^\'j Shower.so!idate a.-3j roasted on heated stones. Froth. Fosterbrother. reluctantly. th. To be set in order. To To give a. Beggar.i?j To suck (the bi'east). Small palm-trees. (date- * 1^6^. j^Ujj Beater. staid in gait. To To con. . o. i . 1^3 . it Ujj o fJ>j j a r^j ^ To suckle (a child). serviceable to. To make a paltry gift to. Sucked saliva.3 o i_. To shoot arrows at one anotliei'.. club-moss (plant). fi>'kS>\j — . Surname given •ui-^jj oU wi-bjj ^jijusj ^ Kt-aj Crashed date-stones. Stone for crushing date-stones.^. f^^j Sucking the breast. Oi^j Mindful of. Suffering. \i'y 1. th. in words. Small pebbles. A — To be broken.To warm (water) with hot stones. . ^^ ^ ^\j ^^3 To suck in (saliva). To Ci. Lycopodium. To know a. Milk-teeth. To suck with (a fos. sedate. To s \s.tajj ^j ^ f^\j Ignoble.' 3 To break and eat (bread). th. . things.::JLij'l To be broken. He has a foreign accent. soaked in milk. ( un.\^jj seek a gift from a.J^^/^j wi. To decline a. snow.-i3 ^ ^^\jj ^ :UoO lay down (sheep).^11 Brand made with hot stones.Vo3 Grave. 5ill4» i — To be compact (ar^Coj o ^-^ inour). Doubtful rumours.^13^3 Meanness. \S->S c^Ja'j ter-brother). To I'un fast. Vile.

v^J yJ^/J* \ : Well of sweet water v^>" *^j cA^'j' 5 j among salt wells. 0. feed (cattle) 5 C_. >itlj J^j "^ To poise in the hand. To con. ^jl To be wetted. Jui j %j dates.j . 0. j — X^'j To remain To hold a. 0. To be satisfied with. -Uojl Lover. To heap up. th.5 *U>jl. fresh herbage.a Lowest class of men ^%3 ruffians. . moistened. Obedient. (stones). feed a. ^ij . y^jVl (un. ^\. <> To J'a\j reconcile.Jk). * To be damp. 2 Foolishness. easy life.To speak o. : j>iaj^j j^'j To wet (cloth). To consent to.. To To Ck^ i _pjij -« be superposed upon jp '^'j\ a. To put a. < v^^J For the sake of God. Consent. A v^jb wJ»j To cool (the blood drink). 0. o.'a mind \S>'j a s-^3 To throw a. Ja'j\ 2< ^ Refreshments. in a scrape). Well-being. To Cjifjj '^\'hj Clij o ^'j — on fresh herbage. th. To sell by the rothl. To seek to please a. to be foolish. f.J J^J in To seek to please a. slap a. jkj Man easily [m. To \s. x^. (branch). To come to terms.speak together in a fo- ^jlj sJaS'j i 'i^i'j o fresh and ripe (dates). 'i\hjj aJj^j o k-J»jj .fc'jj r^j » reign language. th. To weigh a. Softness of body. a. To AJ S iS^'j\ approve of.\i'j ) v-. To be pleasant (life).Q»j. o. swift (mare).tX^s- Ja'J. in a scrape- j ^yj^j — C^'j o jjbj -^ Satisfied. iuU^jj J»Uaj ^ i»J. in Egypt. s. "C^'J. *^ j— ^j Ji^'j] ^"U7Ji^ Satisfaction. To be foolish. 0. j ^1?' To be pleased with 0. Pleased. 0. ^'j To content a. l'U. Justice. Green trefoil. on the earth. Tender 'J^j. s j^\j Weight of 5 Ihs. 0. Foolish. -«- Shouts. t *-^JJ v^J be j^i jp oUs^j ^\y^'ji t^j a pleased with. A ^'j To have fresh dates (palm-tree). Light. To agree on (a business). To satisfy a. To agree with. x.j ^y ijj J . with a gift.^j ^ J^'j Approval. ^'j prefer a.t J j God be pleased with him ii^ ^1 Fresh and ripe dates.. Fresh aess of (a plant.j uj^jl ^ ( un. Delicate (youthj. Hage stones superposed.j ^ 'WjlL\ (crowd). fruit j.'s self. To be intricate (business). 0. s JalAJ^i To ask a. tent a. p. v^J. Foolish. t vr%JJ 'r^-J •^ Stacked (building). Sijria and of 15 3 4 oz.i>'j) *j — right or wrong. Dampness. 5 ^j To endeavour ti'oj j sUjl_yJ ^^<^lJ to please a. ^^^^j j^'j 5 \y^'j To To To supplant a. Remiss (man. Numei'ous camels with their drivers. . 5 Intricate business. To A — anoint and comb (the hair). o.Q. » To be pleased with. stiU in (a place). To run (man). jj ! uj j A ^'j ^'j «i| »_. Unintelligible language. To remain silent. :CoO 'y'j\ To be costive (camel). To let down (the hair).) Jax J* j ^ 'i^j pleased. with fresh j w^l/jj To abate (wind). Full of green plants (ground). yj^'j Green plants. To shout — 'i.j ^ J'\jj.Oj. to satisfy o. To To To fall in (mire. Weak. 0. JCl» jl . Responsible.j J 7:\hj ^: to. o Coj -S- (in favour). 0. speak in a foreign tongue To be jy\'j' .'J Moist.

u^^'j ^j^'^ . To tremble with y^)j\j Cij a v^c^ To strike ^ mj\j — To coo (pigeon). frighteued. flash in ^J\j . Coward. Inula arabica {/)la>it).lj Clothed in I'ags. w-pjj — To compose i-hyining prose. (terror). cr <:::*-?->. Ctj — To threaten. To tremble from age (head).tl. X\ys-'j) «--i-. To run high rent). a OC&j — To cause a shudder to a.!r'J ^^3^. (snake).j -^U^ll Oli ijipj -5i- Piece »_~. ojiil (_j^_.'!^ hair. Delicate (womau). Jrr^r^Jj <K^'j Ragged jjj>3 ^yj j^>j ^ . To cut np (meat). Foolish ( woman).ovipj ^ ~ Startled. To wear ear-rings (woman). Terror. Startle.\ ) ^j be rippled (water). panic. o. i. To fill (a vessel). v^j^j — To ride ~ To grow (a horse) untrained. jj3j[ His muscles quivered. ^^. ^jj o^'yi\ '^^'j a J^f:jj Cts-'j a J. 9'ji-'y increase c^i'jb U^j a sft^j (young man). ^Lj i^JI^. . a* jl To be thunderstruck. th.'j (wealth). » 5 disquiet a. To threaten a. To deck and show her(woman). Multicoloured tassels over a litter. To rend fi> jlLj -H- (clothes). s^c. To shake (tooth).* OJUjjl^ Rhyming prose. c^s-j -fr To bite a. to 12 years. fear. i_/(cjj ^^\j Coward.'ji ^^tjj ^^js-'j To become rich. j %js. Earring. tremble. (war). To terrify a. s ^j1 To shudder.'i'. Cowardly.Jt "ils-j Cock's wattle. Palm-spathe used for drin. lobe. to shiverTo inspirit a. To tr. well-built. ^'j\s. rr-i-'J^ ( ^ ^\'J. op^ To tremble from age or tear. 0. o. Delicate girl. oVi-j. j^3 J^> Unsteady (wind). alarm. To make speUs. To -walk ^j ^ garment. '. tor- ^-U^jl..»j v^^j Charmer.iS^jj Qpj o a at'j ^ To threaten.'j ^ jj. To contract o.!. 5 Threat. self a. e.'s self jci^ — jcj -^ (man).jLPlj3 ^ satl^j i£. 0. spell. To be assailed by thunder. o^^i x^cj^i iis-3 torpedo-fish. ac'J To quiver (sheep's tail). iitj ^ v*j -^^ w-fjj s^'j Thunder. To To nod the head (old man). ^ be fresh. JkJ-k^j Food of starch and honey. j:. .tjj Loquacious. to thunder j'jj js-j against a. To vituperate. Long grapes.j Shudder. 0.iiiible. il^ij^ To C-t j a sluggishly (from fatigue).'j Silurus eledricus. ^^f*i pl^tj Youth from 10 fear. J^'ijb . 5- *^3-> Hanging king. jjc'^ »V . ^_^'jM' -Vr To thunder (sky). ^. To be in tatters (garment). o.^'^J «• Hjf'^J To ask importunately. refreshed (man). Pomegranate blossom.ij -^ s To be startled. Fine goat's 'Oe. JSj\ jLi. Thi'eatener. (cloud). Incantation. . o. be A Qtj a c^jj ^j a white in the wattles (cock). "i'^^'ji i^j vjr^J "^JlW- Thundering Calamity.\*j tt ^y^'j (camel). fright. To cut up (a A — camePs hump). A £pj a c-cj c-ijjb i-O cSj d^j '^'^J in slumber.|[i^3 To To ^'J^'j -ft- To bttj^ Gttj a r-^j succession (lightning).7JI^ Nodding the head Tottering (camel). 0. (plants) to -^ Two-wattled (ewe).* — To To To rentier a. To cause grow (God). of a camel's hump. He was terror-stricken. Gi-acious. Restless ^r^. Inspirited (warrior). wealthy (Ood).

To -<>• ^ a race ( horse).L^3 To Mad. Renowned grapes. 0.s.[ Bassorah (town). Coward. cSs-xi o^J « o*J Darkness of the night. Sprout. ^ui Cip3 ^j — h Ss-j j Aj ^opj! Numerous -^Upj ^ ^s. Js*0^ 'serpent).uj o JTjj. To be mindful of.^. xjipj^ — To ^j with.'J\ To wipe the mucus of (a Mucus of horses. Fine rains. jpjl Long-eared lop eared (ewe). Mountain-peak. -ii- To be 1 bi'oken at its QaPj a iip 3 j notch (arrow). Advanced party of men.\j To tend (flocks). socket of an arrow-head. she-camel). ewes. Foolish. PL Spears. Glandered ewe. slack. Jjj-'j To flash u^'-'A To quiver (lance). To be shaken (tree). Notch. (a^cj a . yS'j a Ji^'j To sprout forth (vine). race (horse). jl3 To walk in a file (cattle). (lightning). town of Syria.'Jij. lax.j^'y^j ^'J> First blasts of winds. To move (the finger). Hfemorrhage of the nose. balm-plant. o J-'ji . To coil. To observe (sunset). 5 — — To tend (flocks) for a. 2 y^j a J*3 ^j 5 ^ji-'Jh widen (a rent). Lean. a jtj 5 ts-'j To outrun (horse). Family. ^\s. Swift (ostrich.: ( T t/j To become mad. Clothes. Melissa nose. to revert from error. To affect the brain of a. 0. S Xi^'j\ ^j -fr ^ jk\s. Troop of j^ ]j\j horses. arrow). To bound (kid). th. To shake out (a peg). Long-nosed.. To hurry jj a Jap3 a. J-^J" To drag ^ ^. Flaccid (herbs). To rule (his subjects To show regard to a. it ^^. . To bleed Cilijj Cipj '^'jj a o . >-J>t3 it. perennis. his competitors ^ a Peak of a mountain. Nose and the parts around ^1^ -S- keep (an order). 0. Peak of a mountain.. ^jf-'j sheep). horses. ^^j ^cj Cp3 a o* JJ To be careles. To j^jtS[ ' ^ ^^ j-J-'j Shaking the head from age (camel). jij jtj Jfcjlj Jlij ^ Up^ Rain torpedo. to roll up . To itch (body).\'j To thrust a. White pigeon. To spear : a.se).']\ (army). Aj 5 i..j ^ ^3 Soul.^p «|^p jl^ ^s'y-A To pasture. 0.^pJIj Copj a ^i-'j ^ a. JUj jtl3 rr'k'J^ bull). To break the a CJaij a Jip j -8uotch of (an arrow). Bleeding (no. Tip of the nose. i-ipj ^ — from the nose. To be ahead -up^ in a usln^^j ^iXl ^i. o. -^Uj Dracunctdus. chief). Mucus from the Bad dates. To gore and shake 'a dog . 0. I I To slacken a. Ahead ^\jj ^ in ^ilpj ^t.>j IjVpj j Cpj ^J'j^ to graze (the gi'ass). garden tarragon.^3 . 0. a Cj-j o ^j To watch a. Strong. Jlij '^ J. th. . j j and glandered (ewe). Marash. ^^Jtj Restless. Stone left in a <Sjl'j\j aJjI\'^j >-iJ-h well for cleansing. To notch (an rise (market). To overfill (a water-skin). (sun). Male palm-tree. To make s^jj »>^jj lS^3 o (the foot) to A To amend. To press a. To be lean^pjlj . j-^'jh J-^'J Palm-tree of bad quality. Ostrich. — . He entered abruptly. kind of crampfish. To be converted from. 0.^3 lead the way. <-^J o fpolish. jp^ ^ _. ^ojl ^pj 'IIpj <i. To bleed (nose). U3 -il- bleed (stone). To observe the setting of A jXj) — (the stars).

! rest o. ^yS Ruled. Shepherd's purse. Vein of the breast. o. Pomegranate-blossom. repeatedly. non-Moslem rishioners. ^Ul s J^J\) tVj To pasture. v^3 together (asses). Holly-tree.<^jj \Sji Cpj a ^-. to long for.t3 kid ). pi. ^iij ^ Watch. Pasture-lands. o. 'l^i^j Wavering To give . wish. to pity a. confnsed. wil^ To To spare. o. at j -K- Artemisia.'s wealth by gene. graze. xji-x rr vi'^J ^ ?- >—c^-J Paslinaca saliva [plant)." : To be 'sM'pj j^jj. luxuriant riour. Pasture-land. Regarded. glut. -li. th.i^. To live in comfort. o. [ prefer a. subjects.) ji'j manager life. Darnel-weed. o*- I To ponder -^ over a. knot-grass. To expand (valley). To abound in pastiu'e Jl^ CU^j 'j/-^'j} O^jj a. absorbing (ground). -if- . Subjects. jJVIj oC-li'l Scandix. <> Rayahs. "^/j Large Tended flock. mug-wort. Heavy. cattle. to tend flocks. J 5 ^i-'S^j <J-'j God).i-jj X^S'jj iff'jjisi^jj^i-jj pray. crane's bill. (»i.c^j rosity. to browse ^^ j ^ ^'j xX'_) 'i^>^-:i^j (cattle). (valley). ifc ili-^ . Diligence. th. cSy> Kinds of locusts. tlie desire of.\1xi. o. To have a complaint of the breast. o. ai^jl To let (cattle) pasture freely.) shepherd's needle. herbage. Wide (road). ASy->i\ To suckle ( her kid goat )." ^. _r%t>JI ^>lj (land).. o>tj Place of the ring on the finger. To J wish a. To pasture Jcr?JI J-^'j To To To turn away from.j a (life). ample and pleasant Shepherd's-rod. kind of Pohjijonum. to tend (Hocks). : Tame (beast).. v'^*^' 'l»j Suckling (female).^>. of camels. a y-tj (God). Wide gift. ^c i^ — I He is grateful. j-i^\ ji'JC\ To be confused. Leading an easy life. StsLV in Safjittariici. Pa- Covetousness. ^J a w*3 •^ He shows regard. Tending of God keep thee safe Mindfulness. i. -Ls-jj "Cs-j dxj C. ^j'lj — to ask humbly from To be covetous. tended. i ^i'Jij Cij (offspring. vervain (plant). /'. wealth) to a. Kind of yellow sparrow. >J>^'j Object of desire. -«- ^ifj\j. & ^'Ji ^J-j Star in the foot of Orio. Gkittonous.. dwellings.'s self. Knot of a sandal thong. To be mixed iipjl^ (milk).* ^li^j wij {>• Desire. Aj s — To render (life) pleasant (God). Ruler. Means ts of sus- ^Xy a cS'j To suck mother (his : cJi'jSi . before. ^ ^c. ^S'^i-jj J'^i-jj To spear a. •C.tj "^ To inteth . To listen to a. i^jtjj iS'S^'j j nVj^ oCtjj sij ^ ^5. tenance. Verbena. \^j Camels pasturing near Shepherd. To drink ^^^'J -^ at leisure (camels). 0.iS'j) \S'j o ^j tonous.13 Pastor. & c-^jlj — To exhaust o. To call the attention of. Soft. to be diligent in. To find life to be easy. 2 i'J\ To spring up pasturage for fi>i — (cattle : To inspire to a. aijj jij iL^s-^ Boiled milk sprinkled with slutj Pastui'age. To live luxuriantly. cl^i or Geranium. Beginning of ^il!) hoariness. To ask a. Easy.

H. To make (a camel) to grumble. U>'j\j . orache. To run to seeds (crops). ^_^Vl J. a. dust. 'j. To To act reluctantly. ^tjlj ^jj To rumble (thunder). Shelf. Sand. be angry with. J'jli J-'j^iJ^'j Broken pieces of straw. — — Rock. kid). garden. Evea and soft Jl. » — garment).%yjj 6j i — To To shine (colour).j/' (life).j ^«^jj j^'j -tf-j C^3 <cS. Abashed.-rd of camels. the wings over (her it lijl spite of him. e. ground. Lambkin. To t^j o Ctj -H- ^ dough). A to. mello^^•v. To feed (a beast) with straw. ^y ^ J-'j ^i <ju\ Reluctance. To fix the looks upon.t j j£j\ (. Froth. pleasant find. To grumble (camel). humbled.'J\ (aj J^ \ C« goat nor she-camel. Every day. Soft garment. (the froth of a J^3'j\ z'^ij suckle (her kid. To facilitate a. To covet a.& j closure for cattle. _^l 3^3 j^'-y^^ 'J- Atriplex hortenm. ^'j\i — To find a. Flight of birds. slii-iek (child). . To dislike. oxen. •^ To scorify (metals).^ — 2* . To To To jt j^ (man). (eye). d^j a — To enlarge the skirt of (a tent. To be thin (stuff). svifc^/' Skimmer Obscure ladle for skimming. o. He has no one to -Jlj Vj take care of him. (a pasturage ^ Jl.* (^'j ^/jj.speech). Selenite (stone).j ^ ^^V| ^p Earth. ojii'Jj o^ J' ^ \'J\ ^ harmonium. cattle). Cij o >j -* To compel a.j% ^3 J«- To spread eggs . Frequented (place). To twinkle To be shaken by the wind (plant). th. <^JJ . : To drink milk). loaf of bread. To suck (his mother s '^ij . th. Dislike. A — — To do good to. daily. Stronghold. 'f. 5 ^'Js Wealth. &j o oj i^ To drink (milk) daily. o. xVjj lij i) lib- U Place of refuge. Organ. th. J. To froth (milk). 5 ^\j God has abased him. J J — To rely upon a o. board on a oiSj j ^jjij ^ 3j wall.4> J ^'j Increase. ii]1 *k\ ^j1 To spite to revile to compel. s ^'J\ He has given neither I. ^ To flutter (bird). z ^'J\ . ^1*3 Flock of sheep. to covet a. Xiij To knead (floui-. To honour a. o. Blessing.Jtjl ^ jij si^j Sponge. th. hen). '-j^^'j J Ci^jj ^-ii-jj ^i-jj *^j\ T ^A^J ^t/^ jj jlj ^tj'l Round cake. To give cakes of flour to (a camel). ^1^3 Mucus. ^Vj^ -^ To Vjj^ eat and drink with ui3 a ^'j pleasure. goat). A— displace. a Jij -^ sin threaten. To eat heartily. break off in anger from. Nose. In iip 'CSj'i j^j. he was To' flash (Hghtning). En- Thing sought. kid. o. To grow (orache To stray from : soil). to act reluctantly.j^ Jfcj ^ To lean towards. . soft. Pleasant life. Vji-j o (i-j To hurry in walk. . Froth of milk. s — His nose clave to the iiil C^ij ^ J-'ji a .J To listen to. ^^\ To surround a. To make a. <. cornice. >fc j ground i. To suck. Eating all he can Easy. 'J^J. To foum with rage to •.

Kind of sparrow. darnel*.-<>-To recuse (a judge). -^ To Aj — To mince (meat). s^isj She-camel filling a lai'ge _ij ^ i. To break to pieces <>• : to crum- 2<j » ^3 ^ ble a. To do honour .\i'j Patcher of clothes. ^J^ < Gijj o jjij ship) ashore. To lean on one side. To approach. ifc C(ij. in the breast. th.'s hah".jl. » ji'A^[ window. To favour a. (life). Foot-rope of camels. ipj s — Roof. union. Fawn.Splash-board. th. in a sale.?3j. Shovelling the grain to the meter. <.Cii3 a c.shed Large-eared. tSj -fr To make peace between. Provision. a. -33 :tli^^j Shovel. jj it Caa3j Qji3 o i jaa3 -«To shun a. th. \jij i make a present ^13 MJ to. -^j Port landing-place. To ask a gift from.la3 Turn of drinking. Ostrich i^diy flying away. To resound. ^3 j. 'J 1^ ^ U^^ Uyi Frightened. i — To greet new s ^'ji ''^~J\'J '^j (. oi^j Agrimony (p/«?i<). Jl^ — — To near a.jl^ij He is dead. To kick tie a.»3 To hold unseemly. sharer. permit. ^ To agree together. To take refuge to. Shepherd. To ask the help of. To be (bone). To *ii3 a bring (a ship) ashore.^ i Large cup. Aj 5 — To act in a grand style. To gain (wealth). u^3 To cast off. to expand (the beard). Qij a ^3 To comb. To bring (a Jl. To flow 'Jlj To To To greet (new spouses). iijjij ^yj ^ Sij oi. Share..QPjj ^^j o »i. cijtj . Partner. \i\j To pound a. To eat and drink heartily. Thrashed straw. scattered. Jy — To allay the fear of.sh a 0. To rise (price). i o zXj »- cru. *^j -^ Shouldei'-blade. j^JCs^ j^i% To pasture freely (camels).CUj To be cut (rope).Pounder. xii^ ^\jj Kick. Gift. s alj Pontoon-bridge. Tent. Decayed bones. o. 'Jlsj ^ .j Ci3 i o ^'j j^ -« To thrust (arch). make a. jjj -^ To be bigoted. Fhght of birds. To flutter (bird). jj>% m\'jj . To •^ kick. Thin brocade. Pent-roof. To comb Ujl o. To shovel.spouses). To help o. crusher. i ^13 dijb. ^ -ft- To be wide (valley). i ^J3 rise (dough). o. asl> ^ aa^j Male •^ osti-ich. Help. Thrust of an arch. Lily. To mend (clothes). A — Sky-light arched jj Cj^ ^ 3'Jij . — ^j i^jj <> Easy sue- s cour a. olJ|\^t Rafter of a roof. jjj ^ . m\j ai. o. ^ Ujlj \ilj To blandi. (a camel's feet). fi> .j^ cup at one milking. u^jjl ij^ij Transit-duty dismiss (a clerk). Sky-light. Ciyj o To be broken. J _oj1j . Dewy (plant. To let (camels) scatter in •& jSj\j — a pasture.^j » by tui-ns. Be united and have many children 1 i\i\y'j '\ij cn^lJIj '^Jb [greeting to new spouses). Skirt of a tent. Habit of kicking. To be broken. th. ^S:j] j To be scattered. to sOothe. To . ^jjt'j cj\:> To help one another. . to chief. Rags for a wound.Qi3 ^ jS} To draw (water) a ^11?' . Agreement.cij Crumbs. ojljj ^ Sa|l3 Saddle-pad. To land (ship). Kedundant furniture. Abundance ^3 of fodder.To put a saddle-pad on (a beast). 'aJij jij The Tigris and the Euphrates. j Ci-^j — To have large ears. fit> Screw-steamer. a> -J:^- - . ^^j -HTo bandage (a limb). obscene speech. o. To To stay (a wall).

before (a judge). bigotry. to.sed. shatters. String for <> X£^s^.i3 a. To disappear to b3 rai. Broken — j^Ai spear. Separated parties. heretics. ^3 Ampleness of life. o. Sect of Mohammedan To be advanced ^Jjjl. In the nominative (word). ^ij.j *ti^jj X^i'j i a -> He carried a letter. J'^'j To a.y3j ^isjl raise.!}! J — They came to an upland. To make a truce. Little of water. I -^ Withdrawal. a sitting). To put a noun in the nominafive. Easy. Loud. of a torrent. Honour. camels. ^1*3 To be in easy circumstances. Transmitted (tradition). "i^x Land difficult to be CiiJI Ji^O i>».> Aj Part of a valley les. To prosecute o. y^\ ^j To urge on (a horse). lime to remove the Case away.1 i I watered. to Jl J^j *. Case preferred to a judge. bigot.'^J High rank. He saw the thing from afar. To o introduce a. th. th. *1Ujjj *^^j. shrillness of the voice. o. -^ To ^3 a. away (from a battle). Food. -^ To raise (a siege. to (a ^^\ s C\^j — To be luxuriant (life).-ik a. I Loudness. <• Tracing of a To I author. jjlJl J 5 — To ai-raign a. ^ ^'j its Raising. Excellent.«*0 summoa a. To urge (a camel). in rank. To trace back (a tradition).^.2j?Ij pasture. dignity. .J^J of gazelles. To suppurate (wound). -^^ ^:jj f\\j hold carnival. judge. I To honour. (tears). f. 5 Cuijj Ct'j ^'j before (a judge). j To advance speedily (camel). oj fi'j High rank. Jl. Heretic. Barren ground. To withdi'aw from an ( ^ ^— ^'j '0 ju raising chains.1*3 To lift Aj n Cij a /aj -^ To take away. Removal. refinedxoi. o. extol a.. -^ To refine a. uM) (j^s'S* -r J^'y' of the Nominative. happy (life). To run inequally (ass).j ^. Side-board. •<>• i To dispense from. Thinness. XsSij — Aji Lowest class of people. To spare the life of. * ^J^\ ol^jJI tak'in It is away. j^ijjl ^ '. th.( Toi ) To prefer (a case). v'S?. Fragments. *tl»j(. Scattered herd j^'^j j J^^'j 9. to show regard J C\j shrill (voice).la j1 ^— ?- J ^j To j. ). •^ ^^j ^ ^'y^ j Carnival. I F. j To bring crops floor. ^!>liJI. o. o. Sweat. or A j 5 flj ~ Creases of the body . To have a loud voice. Dirt of the body. th. I Removal floor. To be (evil exalted. To carry a. ^j -^ king)- ^j To be raised in ^^ijj '<^j. Fine . Abiin lance. Side. Fanatic. ^\^a I High. before a ^\j Camels scattered in a ja'tV/j ^ *. to lift a. Vowel-point tradition to Track Fanaticism. I affair). ^^j j thin : ingenious. a. To trench (a question). table. ( ^^^j ) «^i»j i High •^ Snake-charmers. Isolated pasturages. ness. To become proud. replevin. dignity. armpit. To rise (price).<? ^ji ^ ^3 fi'uitful. to the XtVijj OTj — — Sect of dervishes. uj — He endeavoiii'ed to jJasUj ^jialj circu iivent me. o. p^^yi Quick step of an ass. To reduce (fractions). Party of desei'ters. Straw of maize. To cease (pain).«^lj J^'^j (day). of crops to the 5:lsj. To remit (a tax).

0. work. — o*-* To To cool (anger). * 2jjj iUJjj *4Jji. Loose. gentle To grant tor). lopjij ^ ^'yTj j. A — To have mercy upon. Jj jtj ^ ^'^'jtJ ijli3 o Jj3 accompany a. o. forbearance. To thin (bread). comrade. Lop- ->^a3 ^ jsjl "^ &j^j Ciajj. Agreement. Dragging o. To give well-being to a. olsjl. -^ F'rivy. Easy (life). Easy Disease of the udder. colleague. Flowing easily (water). Pillow elbow-rest. (e-jijj C»ij. Pillow. ^ J»Ji o.*j eared (ass). Company. th. i o3 ^ be ashamed. Vjj '^>^3j trail jjj « o. To To To To To To To be gentle to. To pity a. 0.313 Rope for tying camels. are at a 4133 JCb "^ ^'H Companion. To CJln-l b lij. JaJ>« iljf »laj^ To agree together. distance of an easy night-journey. Welfare. fjj^ 33 To render a. jjs ji3_. resting-place. Long-tailed ^tj^ (horse). thin. ^ jil3 act gently with. 3 ja3 To tie (a camel) by the shoulders.'s skii-t. To be awkward yij in dress. jj\ eared (ass). long (hair). 0. to dos jij^j. o. *^i^jj "^^ ^jJ *^^j Elbow. weakened. To a garment. chief. To lean jSj'^ on the elbows. To agree with. J^J'S^ ^r js!^* jiill Appertenances of a house as kitchen. To s t^h. a respite to deb- ^i.A J33 To add (a syllable) to (a verse). ^ enjoy a delicate To go To be xury water daily (camel). . it 1^3 1^3 -{f To allay the fear. 0. ^jj to . .. To drag jSJb . i To let (water) collect in a weli. pit whez'e water ja3 . to strut. ^'J jsji^ Bottom of a collects.J '^'S* J^'j be gentle towards. of travellers. To sweep.J. water (cattle). Comforts of life. elbow-rest. pity. Jlj^ To strike a.'s. to quiet a. Easy <>• life. To let j SJ\j Jj (camels) dilnk at will. Ugly (woman). . Csj^Jj Awkward in di-ess. To abase. A *J3b J3j > To flatten (metals). 0. Ample clothes. To live near (J^J. Gentle. to J jljT^ 'J3 pity a. To be weak and remiss. "^j J*3 Long-eared. privy. ^ J^j'i journey in coinpany. fi> To be or become a slave. » — To let loose to drag (a jsjij — . •^ To flatten. To have a proud deportment. To seek a fellow-travellei'. jaj »Us3 -r tr jj3 J^j.OJ (TOO) To Jij ja3 "^ Trailing a garment. *^jc ::Ai3 Pillow. a JjjJiO Jj3j. J^^J Pity. s — To maintain a. Wrinkled (camel). kindness. Beneficial thing. To move (the heart). jjl^* Elbow-rest. be in company. . (a To take an ness. Compassionate towards.Ij3 To render (speech) ^>lfei)l j53 elegant. be filled up (vessel). *-5l3jj — etiy at a. jJl^^yJ ^ J?>*J J*Ir^ To darn (a garment). To make a. 0. Train of a garment. on the elbow. to live qui- tSJC Ij — X^'j Company (afl^air). i i^'j life. jij. garment). Fleshy. rest. -< jslj ic. 0. CJ jl To be thin. (God).'s skirt elegantly.Cij3 service to a. concord. J3 Jj'l Compassion. j3 spent in lu^l^jj CklSj o oj (life). To To live in luxury. lean upon. a Jijj . We ^ *il'j 4. To seek help. To be poor. be useful. well. Milk of gazelle. To flee away and a k>j rest.

iSj Broad-necked. th.s3 The Watcher (God).-^Tamboui'ine.3^ Traffic. Thin Pronouncing softly. Jly3 Merchant. ( To exude To make mischief tears). oy. To wait for a. '^Sr^'j3 oC.^j^ Thickness of the neck. trader. To compassionate a. trade. : to lull a. Fineness thinness. Caution. mean. A j or a. J ^-. ^pi 'J\y: JC3^» i5_^ The •> tAvo wings of the nose. blood\ To pro.*> %] mote (sweat). < Bread in thin sheets. Person. ^:0i'j head.l5J0 ^j wJj To become thin. Misfortune. ^^Jj — ^jj -STo increase. o.. Big tortoise. xJ\Vj ) jv3j. The soft parts of the Rolling-pin. th. Guardian. A sleep. J^j (tear). ^yO^ 3»' Guardian left in a house. Mercy. To warn a. To stop (blood. th. To be ragged (garment).'s (family). To cause (tears) to flow. o. Land regularly flooded JB^ ^ by a river. ^ Easy walk of camels. kind of euphorbia. Thinness. Thin-hoofed (horse). 0.^yf^ ^ "^^iyj ^J^ . Bashfulness. l>6j "^f^'j mix (wine). Jiit!) jSj — To sow discord between. Crocodile. Lion. mirage). Hot (day). profit. Cousin. jjj^ '3'ji *o3 . Vellum. \\»jj 'isj a sweat). Easy life. To To manage a. per- tower. In a poorly state. art responsible J Iji* Weakness. Sheet j^'j ^ *J3 of paper. Glistening. JiUll • Self-observer. To observe (the stars). Shallow. between. Desert.i *:33 from distant relations. o. Sj * ()\»j. Spleen melancholy. 'yj . To overlook (an affair). TT ("* •/ •) Turnsol. to possess s'JjtL\j — a slave. <«iJ JUJI — — Venomous snake. o. s ^]\ To give to a. 'j'j] To ripen (grapes). ^ w. the use of . Slave JkVj J::53 jOj^j 'LSjJ . 0. J JV 'Sj^\ To ascend fa height). y*^ o* ~ (water). 5 aaj'l o— m'j\ I'Jij hurry. ^ Thou it. He inherited wealth X3j^ ^i VV* oj.» belly. ^ill) ^3 — ~ newly caught. of the neck. t Weakness. »Cjj ^ w^j In opposition Thin bread. -0- Shallow \ij -S- To sleep.J To watch over to wait for. cautious. Broad and soft ground. 'jjj j^sj J^jj Broad-necked. Life-donation : nsufract for Jij X^j^ Obseivation. oCJjj »--sjb »r^JJ v'^J. >Cij v« v_<5j'l Look out watch. fumes). ^jj oU-lj ^r Forlorn woman expecting the ^_iyi'j death of her husband. To flicker (water. ^3 *_33 Nape Slave. Watchman. Parchment. Indian melilot. To flow. To dry (tears. Fear. ^y>i^ ~ for Low sea. Slavery. tr4*" jjj^ *-»J. To shine in the eyes Tear shining in the eye.j — To watch over. -t^ To control a. To prevent bloodshed. To move the heart. To tie by the neck. 5^-23jl To earn for o. ^Vl . Neck. (market). To sprinkle (water. To be dull. A lull. 'J__. or peace ov Gj — To To To put to sleep sojourn in. slave-trade. { un.a>j C TO To pronounce softly. A i^jj ^*J. soft place. (star). well. ^ To become poor and weak (man). To be shallow (water). a property for life. ^ 'A^A life. weak. Rags for stopping blood : styptic. f. iSlsjj l^yjj l^j o J^j -STo lull (heat). iJa'A — To enslave a. . watei'.j '*r*0'" v^'^ To fear (God).

To repair (a well). show foolishness. mel) to amble. silly. bound (of a lamb). Silly. Constitutive.^S' Patched (garment). To make (a ca•& Unsoundness of mind. To s — Great sleeper. To streak (cloth). Fool. To go on amble. Goby. dragonwort. Lofty palm-tree. A— i^'J'j garment with drops. To blame a. Swift-running (she-camel). Bari'en Play of the Arabs. Thrilling. To mix in war (fighters). Sluggish gait. Di. 0. hit the target with (an arrow).53^4. Spotted of white jjij ^ '(jjj and black. JvUj J^^ ^ Sisj Jkyj d^>yt Cjj jXj »j To be spotted. ^'j ^\j ^iSj *JU3 Female dancer.5j To amble (camel).? siliLLJI . ^'J. . ^ij. wl5j Violent (hungei"). (man). Riot. A •^j a /5j -^ To strike. Piece of land.6^ ^ <i5j Piece of paper. Foolish (woman). child. To dance. . Poisonous lizard.33 A%. ( ^'Jl To dot (unpaid items) in a register. Dwarfelder. be heedless. Letter. Star in Draco. Target. Speckled viper. dot (a book). s^s'ji ^ M/f To throb (artery). o. Shift. To rule (a page). Scabby (man). xijj Patch. White and black spots. rise and sink (ground). Kind of caterpillar. spring of a clock.A 4j for _pCt ) fi> nage (property).. Soporific.'s living. Firmament. -sylj ^ -i^y/j -t: small sea-fish.jjj ^. »r^t^~ To epigrammatise a.s- al^. land. -tf White-spotted on the side »ii9j (ewe). fit ^3 Oily porridge. To patch up To be To To To To To ma. Dance. To walk quickly (camel). Speckled hen.* -^ J^y* To be nonsensical. s'yij o j^j -^ To variegate (cloth). vj tinct road.p\9j Opium. To ^sj'b ^j^ij to dance. To strike a. o. Beginning of scab. u^^— Jfr Jalj To spot a i_Jaiij oyjl ^ To cross (a desert). Sleeping-place.s. addicted ( j^\j to (wine). iLJ^ll iW^". To dot * jSj (a writing). ^jj J fiSj\ U To adorn himself (man).1l To fiicker CajJ o ^»j To ferment(wine). ollwj Large jar.1 * ^ •<>• C TOY) J^J To patch (a garment). (looming). To stripe To brand (a camel). Ja*jVl JiJ^\ Serpentaria. *. To To prance (horse). To dandle a make a. sedition. impudent (clothes). Brooding of lj jl--?!?' A — o eggs. unmindful of. < Pendulum. Spotted serpent. !rt. Object of ridicule. . quickly . a> CsJj o ^sj -fr To adorn a. note. Spotted sheep. Dancer. o. ^»J\ want repair (garment). Seventh heaven. To overtake a. (cloth). Islsj'j iJ^j *^'j\ stained. iLSj To To wi'ite. th. 'iLJ^ He streaks water prov. Fern. with. 0. :ctl3j jijjl ^ ^^5. Soft palate jS'ji J^A ^i5j 4j ^ jSj\ 'i-jij Sound of an arrow upon the butt. Panther. Amble (of camels). to moving verses. ^jCSj — earn o. of camel. To embellish (speech). *yLt j ^^j} •'^'j Leap. Bed. i^J\ and black. »(J1 J to mean) a remarkable skill. ^— ^ Spotted of white jjj ^ -iLJj >. Ol'^jj ^^'jj \'-^j ^ ~ Chess-board.

fi) s v_. disease o^^j o^'jl in grain. (earth). J «j3jj j3j L5jj Cij a Jj -ft- -i1- Repaired (bucket). to exalt a. indistinct in speech. To find a. Little leai-ned. to adorn a. . xSj damise (a road). oGJij Oj5jj oGj^ Jaimdiee. Cj\^j) jji 5 J-^\ ^ ^ JIJ s3lj *l—5j '^. ride (a beast). To ask a. To lend (a camel) to a. ^xT^^ To ascend gradually.) xSK'^'ji i!V5'j Disregarded. 0. his own opinion. a. Side servoir. cowardly. ij. th. Smut. s ^ To distress. Jl _j Confused. o. Stair. a fine rain missive. To transplant (a palm-shoot). •^ I/ctter. ^S^l) To voyage on (the To embark (in a ship). Jij\ Writing-reed. henna. at random. niised (road). to enchant.'j' ^j oCSjj "Jj ^ Syj ^j *3j charm. To improve. *<^ Jl w. ( m. Great and skilful wizard. To commit (a fault). To walk in (a road). Ji'J\j To dye herself with henna Jiy ^ Shallow-minded. Inscription on a stone. (Sj a ^j To strike a. weak. Sorcerer. To To To To let down a fine bj' rain (sky). ^y^j ^Gjl ^ ^'j ^:^^ ^'j ^i^bj ^Ji\ ^U ^^!l 'cX>_i ^j x^'j Meadow. to harass v^O Place of ascent. To go up (a ladder). (debts). To feel a. s jj To bring a charge against. — Sandy hillock. To embark in (danger). a. Re- MaUow. sorceress. Uncompact (cloth).iver in (an affair). thin. Arabic numerals. To combine. -^ To macafi> Variegated cloth. 0. o. in closiog the a ^53 lines. thin. ladder. ji\yi ^ ^'^p Having scanty plants (land). To raise. on the s Cs'j The affair succeeded with him. Brand. J^\'j\ ^ A'-^'j j. with (the hand). Witch. o. (woman). Spell. Speckled snake.^^ i C ToA ) y-> To be scan. To proJ — To be promoted _yi VI *j To act heedlessly. To give a ^j iti/ji Cjj) Xij Jj charm to a.xJ'iTjj 3jj. of a valley. magician. To oblige a.iJj1_j ^j "iij] Plant of the class pentandria. ^3 — J»j To write a. o. 0. J^j' . Stepping-stone. -^ To set up ( a gun. J^\ dUfj Jiiljl Incorrect in speech. a tablet.l3 ^fj To run away at full speed (horse). ^— to compose a. Numeral. ^J\y> ^ '^lyiJ SS^'j 'J^ To forge (news). j»JC-\j Ji3j\j Jjl Saffron. He followed his pasij'i^j '0I3. Melting fat said of a useless ^j Y'j\ x'^^X man. il^'G' rr fi> i)lnJ. gress in (science). "i^yiyStreaked with brands (beast). i)CX>. . •<« Macada- ii^l^ "^ To To be weak. ^3 be watered quiver. Amulet. weak. f. o. To dot (unpaid items). ~'i=^'ji ii'^Xj. To enchant a. Thin. — fin To dye (the beard) red. Misfortune. j& (a^AJT — To ascend (a jj J[j J^-'J^i jj> i ft> mountain). t '^fj Negligent.j i»j '^j -{^ ty. a weak judgment. He brought much. To burden sea). in (rank). th. o.i Drizzle. th. *2l& J ^ IJ'3 o — To put an iron-collar to. Jo be weak. To be dyed red. th.J ' "'^xi '^j ' Echo. a bed).A ^j sions.5'j To set ( jewels). To have a big-knee. uj * — — To compact a. To write a fair hand. To have httle science. Ascent.6j jijj knee or with th'3 knee. th. J— To be incorrect (in speech). th. to. Bewitched. : To be indisfinct in (speech drunkard).

^tTj ^ for v_-j.„ — Area of a house. men). To poise (balance).^'J\ y\ -^ Star in Cygniis. Bridge. * j^jj \'J"j o jfj -HTo stick up (a lance). Crowd.^jj Centre of (a circle). ores (God). Imported jTlj Sjfljj olive-oil.jJ^'j\ Criminal. To seek . put o. district.j ^'j rr ~ >J^'j silver ore. To turn to be still To be sot. To 9<rX ^'j . to feet. <^'y J*^ . -fy I 1 Full (vessel). Milch-camel. t/C" ~ To To be fixed. ship. To be reversed. Firmness. — Rider.'s self at ease. »jrj To mount a. •<> Frame To reverse. ^— ^^j -r To run. Resting-places. t JSj. Skilled in attairs. ^'y (pulley). passenger. (f'j ^ <>. <> S' Vehicle . nag. dengue-fever. To reach its midday-height To heap up (clouds). To j y^i^'Ji Rope fastening a camel's head to his feet.'s life)._-%*. -r^j cr *'t^'j Dropping backwards (saddle). ^ Seat of Big-kneed. <i4j tjVrj^ Quiet. cool-minded. Residence. Gross ignorance of a •^ Compound (word). . Sedate. ic. ^v1^ enlarge (o. lean upon (a bow). Pole of a tent. To To tie (a camel). Stirrup of a horse-saddle. (artery). th. o jS"j ^ To To i I be fit to be ridden (colt). '\3^j Area of a house. former state. ^^ji y. culprit. To throb . To contain gold. Party of riders afe. motionless. over. Faint noise. To stay o je^'j -tt- in (a place). jfei^jl. th. Dirt. resolution. move the ii^j To move (stars).^j1 j-TlJ Shoes. Mouth-piece. ( T |i^j . Bribed. To trample in his run (horse). To be mingled (hair). *liUii. upon (a beast).j rS'}. To be composed. ^ ^j^'j ^^'j U^'j\ >^S a. peg.-^. a — settle (di-egs). To h& still (wind. Buried treasure. s^v^. ^^'j -r j^l^> rr j^y' Inserted. . High and hard ground. th. Star in Sagiltarias. '?}^j !r "^'J^'j Rider. Head of (a mountain. lean j& ^. to turn a CJ'j o ^'j ^ of the body. To relapse into trouble. w^Jl Still.^fi'jl ^ — datious. Joint of the foreleg. Head-quarters. ^ Treasure. o. PL Foun.feujlj a. — ^^'y t ^'j* vr^'S-* Beast for riding.^jj Gold and SjTX oIjSO./"! jj v'j^Oj vTO of palm-trees. ^ — To fly swiftly (bird). . To set up a. <• Off -shoot sjSj ^Uj 5^ x. Pi. . Side of a ^^^jb "r-^j mountain. v-S'iJ (sun). give refuge to to stay a. Fellow-rider. Constitutive. i_^^3 -^T'S^' above ten. silver ores jb>'J\ *?-W-^' *^j (mine). Influenza. •C5'3 ^ government. Gold and silver oi'es. »_J'^i fop. \:LK^j j "Cm^'j Pole stuck into the earth.^^ . To produce Knee. Turn of a sentence. o. ^Ua^ . Camel for liding. a ?^j -» ^j^ ^\'j upon To To To rely upon. i Party of riders below ten. Jl^ ^j^j ~ refuge towards. Palmshoots. To urge (a horse) with V — ^y the feet. riding. th. Monk's cells. of a spike). To find ores in a mine.u^ To be motionless (ship. Camel >^^^j. Support. To escape from. Repair.j ^ jS'\j v^JJ —O' -r —^J Avater). *—r-S'j To bury a. Standing in the middle of the floor (ox). 0. -t)- ^rVj^* thi'ow a. -^ To be venal. back into a i! ^ . Learned generous ^jj man.

. chief. oj'jl G Headman. >ln2l. Herbage. Sedateness.^_^j_. p Heap Heap of inud. Impulse. th. ^ :. To kick one another. < To make a. j\ To need repairs (wall). To browse. To double the (load of a camel). th. To urge (a beast) with n ji'^j — Well holding water.Jl^ Jf'JbS>^j a j(ji. to kneel. Ji^^" J^^^J" cool. I ^j >j Flanks of a beast. : swift-shooting J^^j ^ Staff of an army. Lasting. th. To he full of raaii'ow (bone). To ground o. To thi'ust (a spade) in the ^li.^j\ To JT^ be disquieted to stir in (a J — business). To be heaped. steadfast. To put off a. escaj^e 3. intention. Wasliing-tub. To travel through (a land). Care. To be silent (people). 0. o_^VJI d^'j> \ | State ministers.'s self upon. t^j ^ a. -^ To betake o. o.*^jl_j '^3 Leek. To make a. (flocks). steadfast. The four elements.. of ( C T"\« ) liiTj sand ) Nmnerous ^iTj To be started (horse). ^j . Temptation (of Satan). th. . To race on horseback with a.'s self to. j^j oUsTj ^ j-aTj Strength. Part. . repair (a building). Prostrate.\S"j o ]^'j -ft- To lean on. . Substance.^j the feet. Moist earth. ^^'j it To i-ace together. Swift run.• womb (foetus).^J^j\. jsfe^jjt. J^^y To move the feet (in agony). > Kneeling. < Coffee-kettle. To bow down (^jd. a (Jfj o ^X'j ^6:w * compact ( flesh). Foot of a rider.Kneeling. To be de- to graze (cattle). \ Fire-poker. Side of a bow.. To be jT'S^ jf\'_^ ^ jT^. jb jXO To become thick ^VTjj have no fi'om it. d^']\ ^ ^j I Column. x. i>j^\'j3 ^j^ji fij -r r^\j To speak ill of a. genuflection. High road. < To kneel.3 vj '^ ii/^ J C» (darkness). 'Li^J Ji^'J u^^O^ J^^lf^t Runner. Bundle of green vegetables. To heap up a. To sojourn in (a place). to bow » r^Jj ^j down. iijji\ cSio'j\ Fh'mness. Skiff. To mend yj\j U^'ji t-jj ^-j i cayed (bone). To paw (the ground hor. ^ (snow). tf. '^'j j OlT. Deep hole.)^J'> To kick a. -Uj J Cj\'^j w bJS"jj ajS'jj f^j j -^'j S^'j "^ Leaiher-bag. Road. th. Support. ^jU'jj "C^j Grave. To a \'Js"j o ^j -^ tighten a. Leek-seller. To be grave. To lay on the ground yjiiscij\— ^Sj -^ To rely upon. To be bent (old man).o J'j to rely upon. To become destitute after wealth. To be sedate. 'yj\ — To be prone to. ^J. To stoop the head. " '^'ji ground with (the foot). Mon'iontous affair. <^'J*j -VJ^ I rely upon thee. To move in the ^ To be strong. To * >. Bent. strongest side. oTO' 'r cXlft To dig (the earth). Cj\*^j -r 'i^j '*^'j Prostration in prayer. To be stirred (water). To repair a.se). 0.*jJ-J ^'JJ <*>-> . 0. : o'l Large tank. 0. House furniture. Pi-ince.jj (^fj &^j4in prayer. IMarrow. Firmly seated cr^'j (mountain). To seek refuge near. . Rat field-rat. Ci\^'J^\ Good runner (bow). Heaped clouds. ^-'-TGI -r Conceited gait.

b-. in a disordered 'ff^^^* J ^* To mute (bird). To exceed (a number). Four degrees at war.ii»i*j'l ^ c-^'j der of milk in the udder. — j'j'^j ^ -ft- Me leaned upon a staff ^iiL J. "Winged ant. ^C>j j ^C j1 j:> Decayed. Ayj Vj-^ ^ l«>»jj a 1*3 <) Circus. (God). Clever girl. SiUj : Camels afflicted J-'/^jj J'^''jj with looseness of the belly. 9^^^? \'j^j i Cartkamm^ wild To stop in (a place : saffron. . blear eyes. ^ 15^ a To gallop (horse).> jl >j Vj :]c To spear kick a. o/ij^ o^j Ostrich. destruction.Live bird used as bait for hawks.>•* v'J'r^'O united a?-!j ^^. To spoil (the writing). * Qj'j o o-'j To wipe a. Decayed bone. (camel). steal a. <f- ^Ujlj ^\/>x r '^'•j Celebrated poet. -(^ Head-rope. To spare part To si'J j c^Jii\j cJ'jl To be reduced goods. To put a. th. To be covered with ashes. Ulktl j'i of it. To have milk before bringing forth (female). Blear-eyed. Two-horned (bull). j>'^*j. i\>^fl j-uj' He exerts himself useless. To send forth prickles (plant). destroy (a tribe) suffer : a flock » 1 o — To ascertain (news). in the back. To become liiUj olii^ fat (camel). To with ophthalmia to ashes. in.ij ^4^ \j[n^ . To To arrange. To run fast. Destitution.i'j called ja.\j^j Raft of timbei". be blear-eyed. To s \^j a ^-t^j sesses nothing. To a. To To •^ fall into destitution. To soften a. ^^Ij .'^i. camel). th. Ashes. o. lixivial water. ix^'^y j. totality. u^j a ofj To suffer from the belly (camels). -^ Lye. Weak Ophthalmia. To To To starve from 'siC^j a?j -»- cold (flock). He has given the whole S^fSji ^^'y. th.j. J^Ob -^^j To be disordered (affair). They speared one another. oli^J^ streets. A— J**^^Jb Jl. bc*j o r-^j -^ * r-»3 . A — <t^j.*j To flash faintly (lightning).iC»JJI J rSlj ly.i J'x t "^x They are They are Lanci^r. o. racing-field. cA^^i -S- from 'tij.j a a^j ophthalmia. Remain.'s j d-^'jb ~ - udder). ^^J^^^l ji' Calamities. ?^l^)l illi^JI Lip of cloven-hoofed **3'*-> *'->^ animals. To open the mouth and remain silent. and a lialf of a circle.o^^**!. leave milk in (the of o. if. . in the ashes. hospitable.'jj .Repairs of decayed houses. fi> j. Ujl jV'-iVl ~ (hail). o. Man in tatters. 0. False rumours. To exceed (a number). To approach to. Piece of rope worn out. Attainment. rotten (bone).'^ Worn against them.%j mar (a business). Dirty (garment). . *h'j J-il They are state. To mis with the hantl. iC*']^)! -\f> Loss. Arcturus (star). a.. ^C»jj ^^ j out rope. afflict a. ^ij He -^ pos- >^ Vj :. th. To lose ju j1 » flocks. Species of the bitter plants To be ash-coloured.jl ^ olx^jl^j iC«j Generous. /t7 he blows upon the ashes./l rC-'^'j iil from old age. ^j Whole.^l ^lij. xi'^JS Spear. Plague.. th. cMji^ j^y-'Ji Kind of long-legged jerboas. |a:. To jp c-^j surpass a.

-^ To twinkle (the eyes). Numerous.To be disturbed. To be burning (day). To purpose (fasting). clouds.. Ninth Arabian month Raj. 0. Blea-eyed. — j^'j ^ jVjj y'jj y\ To have white matter in the eyes. To be To rise fi-om (a place). To efface (traces : wind). To dung (hen).. with anger (affair). To bound (horse). th.J To make peace between. ^^ s — To become leafy (plant). th. Origin. ^^J. jL»3 Spots on the nails.i iJ'j. i>'-^j.\ j Sharpened (sword). To sharpen a To (spear) >b Ca>j i o j^^'j 5 Restless. Winds effacing traces.r^bj -r u"^Sb ^/"j Dust of a grave. th. To affect (the brain sun). ^'Ij^j ~ Procyon. i^ i' . oCjj ^ ^a*j ^ To be disquieted to be grieQJ-j o J-^j -HJ — To pasture a while ved for. 'li^^ o'}^ Ash-culoured. A — To cast (a stone) at a. To throw (a stone) at. Blearness. To burn a. To enjoy authority. To stir. '(. '• •Us/'j Crispness of the hair. madan. dirt in the eye-corners. ^ j>*lj c'jK^j stones.'J\^'JJ^\ To be restless. Sedate. yj To heat the sand (sun). jv«3 between stones. j^y.( VAT -S- ) Soil covered -with herbs. 'Ui^jlj CjusK/jj OULk^j uL^j Bunch of odoriferous plants. To be burnt by (heat or grief. (liver). Burning of anger. Large army stirring forward. ^ ^^^ . 0. jj. Pattern. Ic:V. roast (a sheep) on heated (sheep) i noble.soulj to be in pangs-^^a^^ To track (game) to a burning 2 — ground. To Summer-i'ain. jyjijj — — Sea. To le in. Burning hot (ground). Allegory.5?V»jj •J^'j^ 'j^'j^j j^]ji^ To retrieve (an evil : ^ \^'j o ^'j ojj God). ^t 'J^A — To stick to (a place). ^>j Ca>3 a (j^ J Fine and jjo^j j copious ashes. ja^j i ^ . To conceal (news). Having ^ij ^ 'U^3 ^ ^. ^/-y^jl Nocturnal birds a-fUj Lambkin. fasting-month. with the fingers. minor. affair. To be dipped into (water). To fill up (a skin).i>j *-a« jb -> Eyelids. To burn with anger at an y'Su. wink. To whelp (beast). Sign. i . o. hint. Respected (man).j|^ jy^ To cover. Roast in the ashes (kid). ji^jl ched by the ground (foot). (cattle). *. 0. — j . fi. 0. . i. To wait a. star in Canii '\::^. 0. Rain falling j3>j To take a.'sjC»j o jij teUigent noble. i 5». to buiy a. Blear-eyed. th. ovl^j To be distressed by a.^jij ^^j To allure a. wth. v_) 5 To jump (gazelle). ' Scorching heat. 5 ^jb ~ To level and conceal (a a CJj — grave). To get ready. Intelligent . To burn a. energetic. ^^j To wink at a. ^Vj Di-y filth of the eyes. To heave (. — Active. To pain ij ft> jaf''j\ a. To pasture a ja^'J^j j^'ji on a burning ground. 'i^^»j J^^'j\ twinkle.ilJL^ ^ j. Flesh of a roasted sheep. jij ^ Jl^ {yj To commit (a flock) to a new A o — shepherd. . To be burnt js^iji : Thing hinted at. Harlot.a'J\ Fine in body. Ca^j ^ J^O ^ To stir (people). blasted by the sun (flock). To be scor.A iSj i o [^ij -^ To bui'y (the dead).^>jt ^r xj~^'j Grave. for a while fi^j s ja%j and go off. on a heated ground.

To drip (grease). hastily. To adorn pearls. iiij ^iX'A'j^ hand To issue (tears : eyes). th. a jjij To perish (sheep). Excess. 'jlS»j Pomegranate-grove. with woven leaves. To make a. To weave To become a widow Soft part of the skull.cjC.t^k/j man's breast. Pain in the loins. -if- j/i^ Juj ->• Destitute. (road). Geomancer. J-»j ?r JC«jb Sand-glass. To shout (man). Disease of the bowels. Dim-sighted. Small shackles. 'JV>jlj — Straitened. To adorn ^ — a. stalk Js. j. Barren (year). To quiver from anger or age (nose). Steelyard. o. <i^i To falsify (a speech). sand-clock. To shake (the head).'b^3 a*^-. *i»Ob J-ll'J :- *iij^ j'-jl Bachelor.jf j A Ciij o j^j -J^ To gaze long at. ^_. Straitened. To sprinkle a. Soft and frail pebble. S6v»j . Buttocks. with blood. To exhaust provisions.>»j — loins ^/jlj fj^'j To stain a. To be thin.J->«j « To walk in haste. Invidious. To walk quickly (man). j»^Ji J-Js- affection . '^Vj o J>3 (a couch) Avith ^ To go on quickly. weak. Knob of metal. (life). fine ^ ^'jj — -^ To tremble with anger. To disperse (camels).»ljb J-jCl t 'i^j'''j of a branch. To drivel (infant). o. Wo. Geomancy. ill- J^Xf^ JyJc. '»iA?jl. Large shell. •<>• Scanty hfe. Streaks on a wild cow. th. To be moist (garment. with sand. To be Sand. To weave sand th. Needy boy. » j 4> j. •^ ^'yo->j To flow (tears). ^ 2 JJ^'j] . blood-stained. leather).» Texture of palm-leaves. To be Jj-'J] exhausted (stores). JUUI ui'>'j Hypocrisy. . place). jA'jj — To sip a. Cfyj o di-^'j -tt- in (a place). 5 C h^j Cuij i ia^j -H-W- a ^j Common stud-mare.ijj — ^'k'j To dispose (a discourse). Sand-seller. Ruby-coloured. Keeping little natured.To be leau. Sandy ground. To point at a. anoint (the head). XtCO Spinning-top. ^^'j (a tissue). Jyfji Pomegranate. u"J To be ash-coloured.j ) ol'o "^ Pomegranate-tree. To feel a pain in the (water-drawer). \k'j''j o*'Jl "^ a jJ'j ^ Sand-pit. with (the ). To rub (leather) with a the hand. Stooping and lifting the head by turns.:^. White poppy.li^ To stop in (a To keep a. all-heal(p^rt. To speak ill of a. evil look.jlj JUj^ J>^!l -tf- jSjSj S^J d^'J^ ^ jV3 JA^II ^it iX/^j flow (tears). Black line. poorly jC«j j jfj Last breath of life. < Widower.tXi^yj Ash-coloiii" of camels. f''\'Ji t r'Ji. To ^\j (a letter). ^ ^^ij fin j> di/JJl bring forth (a child). Scanty rain. Ash-coloured. . To ^j\. th.jl^VI o'S'j < Stomach of ruminant. (a fine tissue). To lengthen (a rope). repeatedly. ( un. Weak man. th.). jC»ji ^ j^j Bare sustenance. Musical tune. To A ^Jj . To cast a glance at. Cjlij»jj C. Flock of sheep. o— To *— Black perfume mixed with musk. Stump. -^pj'j Oy^^jj y^'j o — ^Uj j^j j J''Jl) — (woman). th. To expand ^jlj fit ifc Black-footed (white ewe). j. Androvxinum. iiijVl ^yj^'j Weak and destitute people.

Reeling. . 0. Best aloes-wood. May God smite him on his v_^ijlj Jj oC«3 aS>_ j jji towards. To shoot with s^J/y' To make a shoo- ting-match with To throw.^i of. To tinkle. To listen to. Sound of stones thrown.^ To drench a. To render s -ruj languid. .J^ *fvj^ -ii- be flung. A bad shooter j. . To throw a. (looks. (day). To twang (a bow). r-ilJj . with.. to fall in a swoon. I ^ Madagascar. o. Indian-nut. -r Jj' Ai-menians. (country). To ^Cv) J J'j repair to (a place. Ci/noglo$sum. ^^ ^ _u!l kJJ>ij\-4 jj>»^* v^l>* hares (land).v^ To i oj ^ To twang (bow). ^f To be drenched by rain •^uj) He went ofl" hunting. up (clouds). ) To cast off. Cloven j. Jt ojb ~ To (j'j throw A a. th. jlit rCij affaii"). TJ'j ~ roj ft' To expel a. («'^ iaJO Smooth date. a. ^ sC»_3j« To move (the head) to and a ^j foot. Tax. hand 1 To have a heavy (deportment). i'j'J\ She-hare. Furred with hare-hair (gaiment). Myrtle.'j\ ip — Vertigo. The created beings. Short-tailed field-rat. cij-'^j *L'> Resounding cloud. A aO-«i»jOj1j i jCjl -^ ^'j^'j Sweet bay. -^ To fall at the feet Excess. Throwing-machine. Plane for wood. ^\'J\ J — To give help to a. To cause a. giddiness. Plaintive. (rain). practice usury. the looks To turn Ji ij a ^j ^ -H- To speak conjeeturally. ^ Sagittarius. Aim. d^ij o kjj To subdue a. -^ Cartridge. range. throw.]^i To play. Bo%A'. '''^'J^ CC«3 To be altered (colour). rabbit. . a. ^ ^'J\ To shot (an ar- jtj o* * ~ J — Ornament. '\::^. hound's ton- To exceed row) with a bow. the head against iro. Scout. o. thrown (mis- jSjK Prow of a ship. Usury. Shorttailed rat.tlAij sound. down tr-S^' d^ ^ ip ~ — from a horse. (a number). Indian almond. a. upon. o. {Zodical sign). He To cleave to.13 Jji ^X^'j ISj may hit the point {said o/" unexpected __ The Albanians. J>ji ) J>j\ \^'j a «>'j -84^3 Target. Small arrow. To moan. uV. th. Tip of the nose. reel (drunkard). To reojl). Aloeswood. to reel (wine). ^Cj u^j a r^'j Small cloud Cu3j ^'Jh dropping large drops. li To hum (man). ^3 To . trjSJl Hare. a shot. (God). ringing sound. To be languid. To cast ^j To throw a. To J']\ ^> — 0. flies The Prophet Jeremiah. ^-iij'j n^y ^ To sile). success). To wag (horse). 0. cj J i A 03 > — ^JS •Cjj o^ij To charge evil).— ( T"\l ) kJ^ be vehemently hot [un. o. To heap J\'J. To shoot o. u ^/3b ~ ^J^VI o\i^ gue {plant). ^ J^'Jj J'j\ To be slack (affair). excels him. To come to (success or faiJi lure : To To faint. a. o. to cast a. Full of rabbits. ^jJ3 D Madder. into » (an Twang. fall down at the feet of. Moau. 0. Game. P To sing. dyeing plant. To exceed in abuse.>»i1h* Shooting an arrow. o.

To render (water) turbid. o.iol !»tAj \^'j o O'j * Realgar. ^^ x^j 4-j oi-Aj '^'^V*' To flap the wings Fright. . Melodious song. «^*'j >• -i^j Unsteady. 0.' perfume a house. to neglect sing. . sing melodiously. To be weak (mind). **^.p Gentle walk of a horse. lirightaess of complexion. a'jk'j — oj * To scoff at.^Ji Sa^a j (looming). <:^a. To dispel ( an evil God). oyAy ^j >^j Emaciated. Well-being. ^j^[yj vi*J 'skS-^'jJ "si. Christian monk. To withhold ter. _J'j ^ Recitative. To — r-Aj -^ To trill (man). j. ./j To unintelligibly. v_^^j ' Ji ringing sound.5 CC* j^ OUajj To ba jaded (she-camel).: To pound a. red orpiment. To gaze _. To be restricted. o^j -STo turn round in (walking). delight. king's yellow with delight '. Jl^j hymn.'j vr '"^^j S^. Terrific things. monachism. To drop the ears camel). th.'jj jJj oUUij Jl'^i. 0. i^ij a jl»3 blunder. ^ w^O ?r J *r*0 To wave (standard).W* 5- ^. to ring (bow VJ J. Monastical. S^UJ */i_^ j To equal blandish a. wavering. ^j1 — (jaded ^j -fr V^IJV'j — To fear. to a.J To be fresli (man). Cj 'C j Sound. i'^'S" To be slow. Barren ground. -r ~ Sleeve of a gai'ment. Nun. 'Ci jj ^'j^ ^'jj Xl^j . Share of food. s j'J^j (beauty). *5C>aj >• oCaj oCaj P>r*'j Muddy watei'. 0. To wear w-*'jl long sleeves. To stop in (a place). y'^j fit -^'j To keep open house e. Brooding (hen). (camels) from wa5 ^— To be turbid (water). Orpiraent. Delight.Ujj ojj^j tt Monk. jTji fi> — Dreadful. rain (sky). Fearful. in a. -r *^j J^jj jJ. (bird). 0. . To be jfj To be broken (wing).J'-^ : delight to cheer a.jj j. delicate. To s J\'j Kindness. To have a jerking gait. a. o^SKj Awe. dim (sight). jp Joa^j Ci^'Ji ^ to be very hospitable. Waterless cloud. beauty. Lion. of ^\jj ^ *iiO the nose.j^j ^ jlij v^'S^ Brightness. gentleness.'J (-/jj Arsenic. ^iln^\ ^ ^'Jj — fi> t>'J threaten To become a monk. To confuse (the eyes : J- sleep). To shiue .^tresses. Looking with i. To make a gross Delicacy of life. ^^J "-^j Border of a sleeve. J j a vl'j "^ . J J'Jj at. v^'-^JJ To look intently. to trill. Slime of a river. appalment. J To ride a lean camel. Wavy streacks (of a sword). Shouts of players. To be involved in (an affair). dull Religious order liC^j To be (body). SalxT Balcliica^ wild willow. to dread a. Unintelligible word. : To frighten. Soft. To be about Trilling voice . appalling. dread. To wave (a standard). To^ijl J-»^ Jr*S^ To warble (bird). j_^j Thin arrow-head. Riot. ^^j. splendour. Speaking To raise (the dust). jaded camel. J^j '^(Jyjj Jy'_^j Jyy C.-J. ju»j a ^ To To To overlook. Turbid (water). ^— — '*i'-^'. to bully. Meadow. j — Attractive beauty. T-^JJ :!tAj Dust. Xi>jji To walk quickly. th.

dU j «fe». Coward. To urge (a debtor). individual. ^"^j. 2( Veins of ( un. To : fasten a. stirred. To blame a. rr cj'j^j^j o'-^'jj o'-^j ii-i^'j OiUfcj C)J->^jJ '•'•>^JJ XJJAjj To assemble. Light-minded. i jijlj — & jij charge a. 0. First range of stones in a wall. i^li 5 — — To prevent a. Good work. 0. th.yii*j fi^ -ft- sole (horse). ^ i Ca*j a ^'j To urge (a debtor). With We a number) Person. To set the first range (of sto-^ u^*J jri* Ji^'jj J'i'j. To near . o. * Ciij a Ji* j To be thin (sword). by hurry o' from (performing prayer). Ci*jj *sC» j o wiA To whet (a blade). Saffron. Moler 'VJaAljj 'Uaijj *L*j To be jolted. o. ^_^j "LaJij ^y»li j Generous. J _0j\ To tread upon the A Caj a ^^aj ( -ft- ^j ground). . Resorted by ^'Jf> guests. To thin. Setting the first row of stones.j<x*jj .) Strong rocks. near puberty (youth). to Cl'jA^j G*^ ^ J*J "^ move about. To remain in (a place). th. are all j'j^ if^iijij Lark of Mecca. To be mischievons. with evil. yj Thin. To be loosened (bow). Tyrannical muad. Suspected of evil. Whetted (swoi'd). shaken. La j i Fool. Fine dust. About one hundred. Office. To "i ^ja»j\ Overtaken (by a foe). -ft- To become bountiful J^'y — J^j (man). Malice. To have a sluggish gait. "Ci^jk^jj *i. To stir on behalf of. of the forefeet. Wicked. jij jii'j To hurry a. To heap up (locusts). tf> ii**. To ^j\ press together (men). to extremity. Thin (spear-head). To thrust (the spear) obliquely. Weakness. Share.j A) To remain on horseback. o. th.Aj . jaI j oppress a. To prosper a. s ^aI jj — To be hurt in theCajij a .Jiij^ Bountifulness.»Jfi wVt j Slender (horse). * Cfeuij a dli j -ft- Bricks of mud. jl Kindred. Weak j-i^j (man). Wounded on the ^^^j u^'j ij^^M'j between two stones. Furnit'ire of a house. To stir. Leathern flaps used as JaUji. 2* last minute. Imputation. Lean-backed (she-camel). 'o"'' collected. ( shudder (hoofs). To take Cki^ a iJ^'j -ft- Weak she-camel.l»ij drawers. i^tj>'j large (mouthfuls).j-»S To be flooded (valley). To pound a. Reduced ji^A hurt (a horse stones). to overtake a. * wiAjl — To extem[)orise (a speech). To remaia in doors. camel). ?. To delay prayer to the . oliiij nes) in a wall. sole (horse). To glut a. ^j — <^'A Hurting the sole (stones. (God). Two veins in the foi'efeet of oll^Ol beasts. o. Rank. th. ^Uj hole. iLjbVjj jjt\'j ) ^aIj j the palm of the hand. To squeeze a. To J-^'jX To knock together To be in civil war (tribe). hasten. Caij a j* j -ft- ungodly. .? ijL'jj . -J^+j Jaf. a— . 0. jaJI '^'^s^ To exact a painful duty from.'s people. jk. To lie. Hurt in the sole of horses. o. Enemy.Aj To be foolish. Party ia^\'J\j ( of men less than ten.5UsJl ^»]\ To To To To Shock of the hoofs. man ). To yield much milk (she-ft- To thin (a sword). Fast run.

Large number. jp To approach towards. To amble (horse). To ^ -^ieS'ji "iiej^j j a J* j -tt- (flesh). 0* ^aj^ iJl Manager I of cattle. (life). To pay a. V'ii *'j'-> To give a. in their fixed time. . it 4j ^JC« He is about to be slain. Orfa. Lasting. ?r To be perplexed. as hostage.'S' : To ask a high price for goods. obliged to. to. o.!* j milk. o>*S^-> o«^lr'J Pawn. . > To To mortgage property. To feed on cranes. (unguent). j'<Si\ ^j ? — der over (an answer). '^'j . Soft. th. weak. Jli. To be churned (i. Fleet (horse). "Cji'j'f (YAY) jy^\ U*-> quiver. Drizzle . Cjjj o k_jl j -^ To lay a wager together. To act gently towards. To waver (in).VA j ^ Si. '^'A The letterj.To promise a. ^«1^. \^'j ilis Porridge of pounded wheat and . Ambler (horse). C^j To be settled in a place. To shake. (sky).j c^*" ij^'A corpse in the grave. io ^S'j To be jaded (beast). To part (the legs). Ready zLkl j ^ ^I'j Lean. Engaged. for. in advance. To To To Marine chart. To fall \'ykj o C* j -{{ cahn (sea). "^c^^j) c^'j Z)i Steady. jc 5 OCftj. 5j*jbj*j j»^7 Jaj^ Ja'j be flabby swollen (horse).*!) . To come to a broad place. cr. To be emaciated. Crowd of >*-> men. To t^jj ^'J\i — — Thin cloud. To last.^ Mortgage. crack-brained (man). oUj. To drizzle continuously ^j1 — ^»j «- agree with. ancient Emaciated ewe. o. jjtiC^I ji ^Cx* j P To walk gently. To lie. th. th. cipher.^Aj^ CnA jj 0>AJJ oUj. Foam of the sea. J— To pay. flabby be to be swollen 0. lax. %^'ji — He has done it easily. amount. th. as a pledge.p A J * 5 .A)^. lay a wager. ^Uj More fruitful (land). fast. To waver. 'Gbj^ Crane (bird). To prepare a porridge. -{»• Strong. (sleep). To secure sustenance to Jit(a guest). Continuous hos*-Alj Watered by a fine rain. Depressed or elevated ground.* v'V'j ~ Quantity. j^j^'jj -^^ j Harmless birds. Easy Bee. » ^]\ To be weak. Worthless man. To threaten j — with (rain cloud). th. a J'^'j\ To be bound. as a pledge. o. to give a. pledge a. * o*'-^l Pledge. with. a ^^ j Cy* j ^ — — — olfe^JLi Cjb J a pitality. j *. a — Amble. He deposited the <ij'ji *~:. Mature examination. earnest. To expand the wings. : ^aJ^ Poultice plaster un- ^^0' rr j^'S" guent. Populine. in advance. fine and ^Uj. To ba remiss. Reflection.J r Events happen ^ ^jj ViB»jO. To receive a. ^i\'j. to continue. To mix together. To reconcile with. To To weaken a.j. kjj'j To churn. Pledged.j'jji (milk). To feel drowsy from satiety or sleep. . relax a. To issue tears(eye). \^'j To totter (in walk). ~ *bJ "^ To ponj j^^j '"^i. To di'oop (load). A'j Kind of acacia-tree.J/j dlllt <J/j'^j Thou from art clear guilt. (food).j ^aj ^ *i-*j. pledge. ^j^"^ Race-horses for betting. s_jO guarantee to thee. ^j ^^jf To ask a. to curdle (milk). ^'Jii\ ^'ji >>*!r* town of Emesa.i ^ySlj race with a. Curd. To A 5 ^'Jj Ji. o. lasting rain.

(woman). To '^ifj — — — — — stallion (horse). 0.jj ^ •-y'j'j '^'^'/jJ . (goods). night.e on (each side) in turn. To receive (a favour) from.j ( YAA) Rennet for milk. •^ -(> Charge of a gun. Beak of an eagle. o.::p| -^ Privy. ^Ji j nose. To miscarry ^j j Chui'ning. To become leafy (tree). to depart La the evening. (wind). -^ To spoil. u a — To circulate (money). o.j *>. o. quiet. th. To be speedy. ready to. To die. o. Easy life. in the evening. To i ^\'j\j ^j'j Apa- o. »j 5 5^J j -^ Siftings of wheat. iilj(^ ^\'j\ (coin). 0. alternaCurrent (money). Fertile land. to squander a. "^ take rest.'th.j'y' "^j ^ij" To dung (horse). To sell a ^jj (goods) readily.^_. to act in the li-lj -if- j o ^O of. ^\'jj cj^\j ?r <»0 Wife. to find rest.\'jj To rejoice at a. long-minded. . <^ij\j t^'jS To be exposed to the wind. Even. »_ij A me leafy (ti'ee). thy. To do a. To be -riij^ overtaken by the wind. Joy. To blow upon a. o. To fan o. Confused. Court. ^\j'J\ ^ Inspiration. To alight (rider). Want. Piece of meat. in his evening. in point take. (?«.) ^jj Ghost. Tj'/j) cj'jj hoofed beasts. Anus of a horse. » ^)'J\j Breath of Soul. To ^jjl^[ ^\'j (a tree). o. — nia. To sell readily (goods). andf. '^^iO ''^ J r'j yA Xij Rest. Fold of a garment. ^ To hurry to be speedy. Part of the 5 ^j j To visit a. of the band. be ready (food). o. To cheer a. To be about. 5 ^j]\j — — To gi'ow up (plant). To perfume (a poJ. Mespilus AroTo fan a. CJ jj o oO ^ To subside (building). ^ To leak (vessel). rest upon a. To scent (man game). To be lost. To smell a.^Yj To hurry a. ^ — trough( camel). mercy (God). Forbearing. rwj "^ Dung of cj\j]\ ^ {un. To take rest. th. life. . th. Tip of the To alternate (two works).JJJ O. To act. < Racket. To fi> : reclir. to on the He is near death. Livelihood. 0>ij -r^'j ^\jjj (>yj fi> 1 the evening scent a. th. meat). 0. v/j oy. 5 — To turti around a watering^j'j. cheerfulness. ^ tively.J J bring back (cattle) in the evening. <Liyyj cj\j To have currencyvVlJjj ii>jj o 5-' J "* To stink (water. To feel the wind become a o. a^Vt ^^I'j To be brisk. (>\'jj ^\yj J %»6'_^j essence. th. To contract a smell. b-jj a ^^j/j . fruitful land. ^y. To allay to quiet a. lion's leaf {plant). To i'est on (each foot) in turn. ^j j — •< To get the start of a. To pay (a debt) to a. o. GJ j — To be windy (day). To To tak«^ breath. n/j night. ^'aSlI ^~yj\ To be windward (place). To go in the evening to a.^ll Jj^ The Holy Ghost. To beco. Saleable ^j^/Jj ^jiJlj •ry yJ yi^J : -if- . 's. Wine. wide. •^ To go away.vessel. To give rest to a. ^j'jJJ 5iCj). ^^ Lnonlis leontopef'dum. medlar-tree. To To To To To be brisk cheerful <kTo X>j\ To go. To procure abortion. J *»lj iJj^^iUJ. Oneself. To be G-j j a ^1 j ventilated (house). To huri'y a. To be unsteady (wind). To be large. ease. Windy Palm day. To go Ju revive f>j n J - jj* J Jl^j ^ to. deliver a.^'fj made). -^ Spirit.'s self. To do a benefit readily. fi> (tree). drowsy. o.

" «il ^j J Starting-place Stable . place of return. ^^ Ociinum basili- dU^JIj ^^Vii. Privy. _^l ^^ ^u. will. Devotee. ^^^^jj 9-Jj Windward <• place. afternoon. z'^\j[ sti. Spy. i\fjj ^/j Origanum maru^ mar- ^^^1 oUi^ Ja^Vl o&eJ^" ^^^ Go gently. Gentle wind. Shallow vessel. Iron of the bit. iSi'j j — To be restless. th. quiet.s. ^y^jjfjj ^j. to Ijj'j o jlj -»desire a. o. th./j'j thou. j -^jrvj Smell. x^'jh\ ^jj Flatulency. To ask a. j iS/j o i) j « To seai'ch for food. Cissus rotandifolia wild grape. between the Justice. U/j ul6*/» At rest. joram. _^i -^jjO Sect of Metempsychosists. cn^Vl ^jjjij ^j^JI station for cattle. camphor-tree. Cooled. '^. Shallow (bowl). Mercy. i\'. Joy. *^.^^ Jji'jj Jjj P Yellow ^\jji\ -<^j'-jul>' Jj rhubarb. iluj'jj \':>j^^j * ~ ^'^^jj{^j'J ^ Weather-cock. Breeze.i^'^i oJ Ij Vj *i." o^ river.!' Going about [ Siljjj Soj'ljj sil jj il j Ci<m. U. Candidate. to To To exact a. «CiJjj *^Ujj - <^ To To To To to Jfrj <-. Wind. the Supreme Spirit. o. novice. Victoi'y. camphora. :^jij\^\ To go to and fro. a iCJI.i|Jtl>Jj il^^ Good woman. th. Sj A To test a. Joy. incoi-- o^ Cvj j ^ feet. Rheumatism. : entice a. Myrtle-tree. Forerunner. Offspring. Mercy. to sin. i:ijb3lj ^uii)> Perfumed ointment. ^JitVi ^jj\ feigned to be so. ^ljj>i *»->y* poreal (being). ^v^ji ^Ij^ The Angel Gabriel. : oCi.h il 'J To desire a.:^Ui^ Willed. *J. yXj^ Width Agreeable place. i'iCj il j To go round about the Clij j j lij jj — neighbour. Desert. basil-weed.iJ ^ s ^^^JJ. Smell-scent. _ iJl^dJjj la/ j'j Grant me a delay. !«. To go to and fro in a pasture. Fine. ^w'jj >•>.iOb Strength. Cheerfulness. act.J J 3^j Bountifnlness. r-JL-^y* 9r Resting-place. ^jjl ^-^j's Jl^^-iJ^ . iiyi Pasture ground for camels.J eijilr* ijlj entice a. the neighbours (woman). ^/j ^ '^'jj Part-legged. free will. Windy ^_^j ^/j. pleasant (day). sleepless. o. Clinopocliuin. Victoiy.x^jfc. Brisk. Spacious (place). night. Spiritual. basil. i ij'j Rest. Wind ^ J^ \hi. to blow gently (wind).. To pastui-e (cattle).J j Evening . Handle of a hand-mill. cheering V/j iUj Wj j^A- day. To ask. ^ij j To send (a scout) for fodder. Intention. •^ Rhaponticine. ^ uQj. Ivory Silji Lamms ^j r. j.\j To weigh (a coin). . I'jj j o ifj -« I He possesses no flock.corn-marigoid.:- Decree of the Sultan. obey. basil-royal. Livelihood.^{ Any aromatic Sweet oi»C j ^ oUJj uUJj uUJj Scout for cyj^Xjj iijjj Silj ?r -*j'l fodder. ^i ^uyvi 'j. to. th.i obtJj jy^\ oUJ'^ Will. (day). fodder. Kind of wormwood. Axle of a pulley. Fifth horse iu a race. . ^yj> -^ ^ He The God.^j j ^j'j ^'/j Rest. Mercy. ixf iij'j ji^ devils. ^ jjyl -^ Henceforth. Ostrich. Grave. C i1 C> rv}jj -^ Smell.ijj plant. -t^j yS"^ walk gently. j^\^\ oWj C7/ri/5rtn</ieOTU>?2. Evening rain or mist. aired. Windward. ye. (^-^ *-J»cij1 7? Jesus (for Moslems).^ ^ ij^ needle for collyrium. Generous. Whitlow. Homeless man. desii'e. breath. Beyond the China rhubarb.

j>\'J\Z. » — — ju)l j To be firm in the hand.j ( TV To improve (a farm). To ponder over (a scheme). lliJ jaj'j To turn (a land) into a garden. (torrent). J^'S^J To make a spiritual retreat. A — *j-i ^rj j Wicked man. Weak. to dodge Ciij jj (pj j To vie. F. abound in gardens ( place). slyness. to desii'e a. o. 0. To deviate fi'ora the road. 0. To surprise. uj'j w-'j * To eat much. courage. Jl^ To rush on a. To eat much. Fox. To render ^j s j='j\'j (a land) verdant (God).b beauty.'s self. ^ fojj (sj j o 9I j ^ (iijj o To return (thing).j'jj ^'Afj ^ :UJ( j jl^iib ^/-^' *^'-> 'J To To To To First white hair. pj'jj ^ 'tjj ^ wjl ^^i ^j'jj^ j. ^fj a ^j/j To chide sheep. . to contend. terrible. o. *^\>. ir Abundance of harvest.1 Thirst-quenching beverage. 9. almanac. * ^cj\j f.f. J^j'j To train o. 0.) jaYj cA"' untrained (colt). To eat little. (illness). \ To be afraid of. j. jjj J^i}j- jO ^r jO P Watching i of masons. Deviating (road). Startled il^JI heart. prone to do good.j'j ^. t_j Jc — To put grease in (food). 0. with (blows). Good health. Elegant (word). to poetry.J *^IJ Exact science . j4 J "^ () To improve in health (sick man).i -Si — To weaken a. . Perspicacious. Pool in a low cA^Vj'j and hard ground. ^ Heart. Luxuriant garden. Bodily exercise. ^ij^\ js.}k. ^. Retreat. ii^l l^. Water in the bottom of a pool. in a pool : Excitiog admiration. To be glad.<tj jj Spirited (man). Haii-y To b.jji To be frightened at. sjGj^ To repair o CW jj ^'jj o i»l j -^ to a summit (wild beast).— — To incline stealthily towards. fox). music.} j o j-\. A *-3kj. In bi-oad light.broken and m. To be cheerful (soul). mission.j'j Surprising beauty. ^)j j Wrestling-place. fj\'j Shift. To train o. fright. f.\i — water).^. To slant.. j93jb ~ stagnate in (a valley. i Weight. They struggled together.i 1j>U^' >?" mathematics. To resort to a garden. j ^i j . jaj j oL^j^j Jp\j. Terror-stricken. amount. Half a skin of water.r . To attack a.'s thirst. p. to.5 f. Practice of <-is\ij good works and prayer. cjt^\ij^ j^. w-pJI jiij'/i liJ. Admirable or terrible thing. to train (a colt). plj'j To bi'eak. oyyi j'S' oj/j "C-Si'jij P p.1'^ '*j>i To have a proud gait. aSJjjj 9IJ j Slant. courage. Annual book. o>iaJJ jj J»C!>J *^l'j J^Sj To be still. mind. To wash away a. Mural aperture dormer.j\'j — To allure a. Mastei'-mason. th.C. ~ To bore (a pearl).\'J\ To wallow (beast). 0. * — To blandish a.i cXis'iJi J^'jj ?r '^'jJ Wateiy meadow.l j j»l jl quench o.'s body or mind. ^. sagacious.J. Verdant garden. J^KA^K. to please (beauty). (thief.j'j To delude a.G Cjj j -JJ- Trainer of colts. 5 — quench the thirst of. stratagem. War. sly. meadow. To be trained to be broken J^t'j^ . j i p/ji — To fi'ighten a.j j on the ears J-j'/jj J'^'j (camel). ^'^i 5^3 j' ^Cjlj f. J^ To sc. <• Magical performance. J f. s f> Newlj. fi> 2$ To become spacious (place).-^ pleasing. motionless. th. Surprising by pjjj o^lj .tj{ Fear.lj -JJ- Frightful.

anger. man. <• To recovei' from illness. projection of the upper-teeth. Death-rattle. s. itj J — To fasten a. j/j ^ j/jj ~^jj\ ^ J\jj Jjjl j Dooi'-curtain. o. Jjjl To water (plants). ill Main part day). i* jijl i^/j To breakfist. j.j \. limpid. to. Body of man. The Greek church. •^ house facing another. spear held between a horse's Life. in Eui'ope. . Strainer. 5 — To tigi ^^ J^'yj^j. To ridicule a.y^l_^ To have long teeth.Chief. To relate (a fact). 'pl. To make a. iJj'jj JJ'j J'j'j (a poem). Rafter. tamed To be rippled (water). . Echo. — excel. 5 t]jj[ jj'J\ Horned. To sell ^ Jjj (goods) for some better. . Pure love. blood). (w. th. To be twisted (rope).j. jjj P'ruitftilness. A — \S'yj\ Common estate . o^aI. Best part . xs'j Copious watering. estate of ilj^l JC« a *6»jjj 'Uojj bankrupts. of a. He re. He ran vehemently. o. To To slaver (cattle). on (a camel).jijjl ^ jj Rome Sj'/j Horn ears. to desii-e a. Clarified bacome compact (Umb). Eyebrows. Wine-jar. Curtain. the best of men. Greek . To pour (water. j Lobe of tlie ear.'s » Jjl3 Turkey j Ts Roumelia. "^/j li{ j^'^. Critical quiet (night. q Large leathern-bucket.j^[j a iSj'j b3 well watered ( cattle. To quench the thirst of. J il — Night has spread its jljll Jjj darkness. To carry water for a. Byzantine. CSj j o JIJ 5 -ft- excite wonder in. Abundant water. Beginning of the night. jj^S To satisfy o. CSjj a Jj^j To clarify (wine). land). Place in the desert. u — Pond.^jj.) 'i^jj Projection of the upper-teeth. th. th. Bloom of life. . Tent. a C«I^>j ("'/j j-^'j ^ eagerly. /i'y ' X/il ^5j To To To be cleai* (wine). j'iji ^Ijjl ^ij ^ ^j j Mediterranean aea. Handsome. Greeks of Byzantium. — Superfluous tooth in hoi'ses.cJ_j j Sound.jj a Christian. The eyes issued tears-ojiiJI Jlj'J zX^\ :ajj To relate {a tradi- ^ xi\3j i Ji'j ^ tion). Having a j/j ^ '[V/j j. to recite i iSj'S^j iJj'j Clear. (town). European. Comely. o. "xSj Sweet smell. To desire a. first pai't. th. th. jJ3 To overcharge a. Dauntless Misfortune. o. to tarry. 0. Jjj — J«j a> -fr sinear (bread) with grease. luck. *\j'^ ^ J jjyj jj'j Breakfast. Fine horse. To be strong (limb).'s thirst.-i. .jaJvi yvll^j. ji jj JJ j r^ thrive (tree).j P' To wait. -^ To show a. To have ^_) the gallery of o. To G) j 'S'}}' Porticoed (building). Glue for sticking feathers. fit To ask a. Self-conceitedues. o. To twist (a rope). Craving. beam. Abundance. Dfsire. To reflect upon a.spring. uCjjl Broken. (wine). VJ-^j t 4* J J ^^Jai'l *^j jj Gallery jS^^j Jj^j •• pavilion. Abundant water-. A ffj ^j — '^j\'j — To plan various schemes. th.ijlj'jl iit mained at rest. Cup. Planning and acting. to be superior to. in (a sale). ^ — To draw water for a. abundance jj -^ Rain. Bloom of youth. Pure water. Peristyle. To Great beauty. ij Jlj j Slaver of horses.

's ^'j ^^ ^cjl_. jSij Leafy {plant). To move about (looming). Lung. . a. mountain-goat. perplexing (affair) - ^V-> .' A} 'ljJ^ arrow). soft branch. Want. ^ To grow feathers (bird). be late. Relater. di'ama. to weaken a. Thin covering. o.jj j exhaust. o. jS/}i ^b j^ ^ j^^ To disturb a. ^pj ^j j Kind of A6?-o/ant<w.^j'j . Lancet. Remainder of a debt.j {for yj ) C-Slow-sighted. space of time. ^^ ^cji^ To waver to have suspicion. To become big ^ SJ. Fleshy. CS'j i otj -55- means of life. Comely aspect. cion to.'ji in (verses). o.spi- Splendid garment. iC jlj a^'j ^ o/'j Copious Rhyme-letter 'jj J. *ijj. su. To render (the mai'row) thin (God. th. o. To delay a. to help feather (an Female antelope : ^'jj\j jj\'J\ ^ -J J. ojj^'jj »\j'j To Malk proudly.'jJiX * and fat. situde. Small stone. To be plen tiful. . Iron-collar j\'jj oCl j SjO . King (at cards).\lSj j. Feathered (arrow). Writing-pen. o. collect furniture. To fear a. Hairy on the j. *'j To be To vile. . •^ /b ji jl Play. Thick hair en the ears. jj j drink. jXj To restore o. Plenty. Brightness of the face. soujii^l ola thern wood. ^ tAkJlJ J-i-i. ^Ij * to .skin for carrying water. Copiously watered. (thought). ^ U(J\^\i UCiS\i — of (evil). species.\ Doubt. ^\'J'\ To doubt. To be suspicious (man). o ^^'j To suspect a. To To take hold To ovei-come *— ^ j'j Groom. Agent in j^j'j bribery. -^j^ Is Sea-blubber. Suspicion. To turn back towards. for binding a load. To cause doubt. narrator. jA'j^J J-ly' Cloth of J»Oj J Ja/ J ^ iLjj one web. Tuft of feathers. Reflection. -^ Scepticism.-• for slaves. To soften a. reciter. flocks. ^j1 ears. Anxiety suspicion charge. o. To thrive (plant). Alate. To plant (a banner). egret. to be As long as while Slow. To i*^jj CUjjj Ge/j i ^1 j have parted legs. until delicious (food). Oi/j ?. J/j jl'jj JLj. To come back from. Drivel of a child.sweep. Soft. or a. Feathered (arrow). . Jl To assemble (tribe). remiss. CCJ'jj CJ j of. to fear about. cheeks (man). Feather. jj » iji'Jlj . Delay. late (news). To doubt about a. sJ\'jLi.*i^'j Beast. jelly-fish. ~ Sweet water. v'i JaiJ -« To be slow i : to z^l J>i Ui/ J i til J -^ To ^^jj 'iQj^j ^yiJ) ^•i'j jiO "W" increase. -tjj ^ C j ^ oO'j Green. th.^_j^ ^ . fluid Need.i i Rope (marrow). . pj^l -iJljl' Sort. ^'^j . Cloud dropping large drops. jS) business. ai To do 8 — good. o. th. To maintain To (a finend\ a. fit S_'J\ — cij -J^ Banner. Narrator. -ij-To be sceptical in (belief). Ridge of a nioimtain. Vicis. ^j ^ t^_x Suspicious. . Novel. th.J ( TYY -«- ) ^. To find a. n ^^j -ft- Abundant (water). To be tired. ^iji . fatigue).

To be poured (water). j^'y *) ^j v»0 ^0 ^^ j. day.0 j^ ^ ^j_ mountain-road. t^Ju^ '-'Uj. To begin to heal (wound). To be redun(oil). Silver coin with a wreath. jj j jpj ji^l before breakfast. f^\j ^J^'J) Spanish O'own (coin). oUj i ji3 JIj-J ir To go and come. Redundance. suspicion. End Step. Crowd. Fear. to go and come. To To meet (people). To To shine (mirage). Rust. ff^ stop.( He made his mouth to water. to pasture in a fertile country. ^ e'jj ~ — Pure. ii j_) jCjl JiJ^ Strength. * Jl3'l To pour forth (water). earth.ij put grease in (food). s J^j Beginning. Dusty. Cj_ji3 >r*^. Pigeon^. >^V0 j^ ^ JOj^ "^ the day. Turkish crown (coin). o. *!^. To overcome a. 0. clear. Ampleness a Lower Egypt. To be near to To be fertile (land). To be forsaken. oG jl ^ ^j. o. oU» _^ — li^j^ < Excellent (horse). To give up the ghost. Bj-eakfast. Fruitful. about 3 sh. Going to and fro (mii'age). th. ( a. To move about (mirage). Fruitful soil. <jfj J13 -ttquiver. Ojl jj To be dirty (gai'ment). late. Elevated hill. Mai'y. Winding Cell of a Christian. u-ij i -^•'j "^ To depart from (a placel. or a. To experience loss in flocks. ^ •^ To restrain angei'.ja> j'> — -^ To droop (load). To f. Gaiter without Dirt. ii j ^iijlj ^iJ To take breath. ^ C'Uj^j ^j ' To To be greasy Dust./b ^'3 — J^ -ft- (dish). "Wine. ^^ H Co 3 i j^iJ j -^ s Fluvial region. crops). 0. 3 i ^ j jtj *! — To ^ ^3 To be involved in a scrape. He was forsaken. olj -it- sword). j^jJ To move about (mirage). To breakfast. jyCS\ *^3 To feel (jualmish. Ji'J^ ^r-^ jj\j in a dish To be peri'lexed. Glittering (of a be rippled (pool). To have a respite. best of Saliva. . ^j. '»^'3 * 5 j^'3 To give clear -wine to a. 6 de. o. To bestow a. Hillock. Grave. ol Sea-urchin. To flow To be dant (water).\'J\ ^ possess cereals. ^'3 Redundance. Choice o^^'j) hj (man). antelope. Rising ground. plln-llj abundantly. Falsehood. part. Fasting' Abundance of vegetation._) ^ . On fasting . i To stop in (a place). sole. White of time. iiJjl. Water. To exceed a. > Revenue of land. To Wind a. th. jlj> . 'Jai-J li>^*l Tvr ) ^ To multiply jt. J^3j ~ J'J ^/^i un. •^ Silver coin of sL'j <>j JC j. ji3' j53 -^j i of the mirage.^ (flocks. (passion). Ji. it ^j To '-ii[yi ^Qji ^jlj '^'j ^0 "^ — come. Brightness of To slavev (child). f. . a Exaggeration. Cultivated. fertile land. <-iJ. . Moving Gaping at everything. of the th.^pj ^*jfi> — He has not ceased doing. of life. jii3 >I3 V* Register for lands.'» ^. '~<i\'j\ CsO jl wij jlj o'j^ Long space Bone of a slaughtered beast. Destitute. ^Jj a •<m_>^ J'j' Fertilising rain. juVj . tower. Unseasoned bread. "^I'j JO * Slaver. Ql'j To make a.

To walk To move a. ^ijl To cause heaviness (surfeit). To near its setting (sun).C'O a To make a. Thicket. J\j -K- To overlay a. a '^'y^j ^/j To spume in speaking. a. much. ^ SJyj 'jO-> i'-^ Bone of cuttle fish used as J^ Jl a medicine. 0. To Kind of cat. «J'jj Hairy. jXj -ft- Ji'/jj j'j'jiJ'^j To ba proud.jj. 0. Want. 5 2( force. s — Wine made with Seller of raisins. th./j . Hairi- ^3 ^\.^ jjj J\'j (Ja^X ^ -^b "^ 5 Cslj dry Foam of the mouth. A- To tremble from feai-. To walk haughtily. * "^ fit — to Great misfortune. to constrain a. To cause shivering a.( rvi ) r'-' ^ To To frighten a. Fruitful year. raisin. ^j^ Fickle man. Dense herd of camels.se. To heal (a wound). Foam of the mouth. '^'j ^ ^. . with quick-A jjlj ^ s j\j\ -S- silver.j'bjij skin) speedily. move about in walking. <A'j J'j stricken. J3 To be nappy. Beard. o. Cb a J3j . To become dry (grapes). Gluttony. Roaring. To fill a. raisins. Cjj a ^(j ^ To bring in (a water- gt. Ojb ^? jj ~ jlj ^^ Qili j. To speak loudly and J V.. oOjj olj'b darnel-grass. A Oj o — To dry (figs. villousness of cloth. o i JVj -ftTo roar (lion). A a . Provisions. L»ijl No. To hurry man). self-conceited.Yenom in the mouth of snakes. fear. ij% oC'jl ^ '^'j Celsia orobanche tinctoria ^i Zj'j [ anger. To frighten a. Ship. Eye. 'ijij -jf- To frighten a ^ 5 — — — to. a. Thick hair man. Cifeb a ilb To die suddenly. To YjCp Violent or sudden death. To strike a. Sjij Down. To v^Ijjj ^3 spume (ooi'ners of the mouth). Haste.Jb "^ ic on the hand. i 6)3^ lSl3j lilj a ib Fright. o. (cloth). <• To jV)_7j Jjb snort (stallion). Angry (man). th. rat. . Frightened. Fistular sea-worm. Garden. w4^ To be filled up (water-skin). Zizania. To sow discord ^jj (V'O a ^-b * «- between. Honour. Cjj a ZJj Mercury. Wind.^^_ 'j ness of the face in camels. Sj with terror. figs. Messengei'. (cold). j*. Downy (bird). o. 0. C»*)j a ^b To glut (food). in I. To be hairy. 0. quicksilver. o. heavy (surfeit). "Word. grapes). To ba moved. Two red spots above the eyes of snokes. dogs. To drink long draughts.'j J' V3'i A certain devil. To be angry. [plant)./j a _. Quick death. ^jj^ ^3^ ^ j a J. oljj.. Powerful voice. villous — oO ^ Nap. fly in war To be terror-^bjo . quickly (ostrich). with S Cjlj cJ^'j -»- To fill up (a water-skin). Ulcer To despatch (a wounded to a. 0. Huge deaf Raisins .

'J\{j\ To prepare to do evil. plant). s^tjj o y. CJs-j jj Cla> j i JaJj -i^ best part of a. To Qj >tij o j'j repel (a beggar) roughly. Fi-agrant perfume.i. (sea).-M j dross of metals. To pluck out (the beard). To rage and threaten jjjij ^ J. Instrument for churning. th. Gold. Hariilsoiiie man. cotton. Misfortune.ij/lliuin (plant). j| 'j Cornel's of a house. To bear. j'j ^ j^'j Writing. Mote. To break lock J.' ( TY» ) J.']\ (man). Gift. ^ijj Sweet-smelling marnm. 1^* J » i JCj ^ transcribe (a book). J ^ Sjj'jj ill j1 ?. ^ — Book. P. ^ "*^. to push a. ^ .az. th. f^(j . Female crocodile. -^ Pith. with fresh butter. ^j ^ COh J Brownish liquor of the _^| ^^ jj'j Hairy on cuttle-fish. th. ^j \ ji'j '*^ySj «- To throw To stones at. Rhinoceros. Hurricane. Writing-reed. Frag- jy/j To remove (a tent) from ^A ^'j\ J/jj Jj ^ s^'j (the road). Understanding.J33 Offensive in anger. scavenger. JQ jj JQ J. CSiVjj Calendula officinalis {plant). *ijJj sJUj iO'J J':>^. Sweepings. To straiten a. vile. . 'ji_^\ y. sucking (she-camel). j^\}'j prohibit a. To take the ^ jjjj To swallow a. To case (a well) with stones. J'j '^ JfJ. to ^p prevent from. \^'riting. Manure. o. ment of iron. To manure ( a a tield). Thin cloud. mud. To shudder.'jj ^^j ju ji To confine. Word.y fn To sell (dates) on the CJ'j [^'j -H- To become big (ram). To churn skin.J (milk) in a o.j ^ Fresh butter. dung of cattle. to bear a. » — jp A— — ^ Dung-heap. the face. Mount Sina. iJJ o To fulfil (an oath). to A J'Jj . tj/ji j=j\ ^ Ornament with 9rj>. e i give a part of proto.'j. dish.jj Ji/j To become stout in body (man). J j s IjJj — — perty To foam mouth). gobbet. Devil. Civet-cat.. th. Basket made of palm-leaves. •^ Sweeper. with. ^liyjj xJ^'U w -i»!/J P or yellow. ant's load. to carry a. Mischievous. Having fresh butter. Short . j^'j Strong. Strong. •tf. Scanty-haired. Stone. ^jjj J^^G'J ^ jjx ^\y ^ HSyj . Book. To bristle up (hair beast). ti'ee. Intense white. To cream (milk). j'yi Land inf. Shoulder-blade. A l>Jj o jJj -fr To To feed a.J'j ^ '\'j'j j>j'j\ der-blades. To quack (duck). lU-natui'ed. k_j * To glide in to (a house). th. 4> oj'!i Full moon. To dye (cloth) red white. A CiJ'j a. To blossom (lote-tree). Anvil. jj\y. Broad in the shoul. j. Psalms of David. To endure. (sides of the -^. To be ^Ji — r>. ol9_. A To be intensely Chrysolithe. Foaming. water -(/ a. Trifle. To utter offensive words. . To prevent her young from » ^\jj Strong. To card To foam (wool. j^'j Basket. ^ oJV jJfiy To copy. To . To knock. Scum of . To J jJjji be ensnai'ed in. Anything. Mire. ^j . J ?r •prj.''j\ To be brave. To be in a rage.i"j cream. jjj To open o i ^ (a Earthen bowl.iJ. Mouthful . th. th. Coarse. o.'j To trim the vine. To come forth (hair. s — — To mix a. Mane of lion.yj Aj oJj jj j1 gems or figures. jjj Mire. s^'jj mj jjj ill-natured.^sted by hornets. present.

H^'j Carrier-pigeons. feeble. Walking with widestreched legs (ostrich).\'j\ Speed.^ A To To di*aw a. ^ U jl Momentous event. Loud (song). -W- ^^Vi back quickly.sh of a stallion. Rebellious genii. to refrain To be driven back. Sale of dates on the tree. l^'y^ j Short lance. ja. Tu. . th.\'fi Height unreached by water. Manufacturer of glass. if ujj •» i>J.'Jj — draw (evil) upon a.'y To chide ^^ s ji-'ij\j \^j o Jfj -Waway (a dog). J — dig (a pit-fall).j sr'^j To be cuiTent coin ). J'^-j? To whisper. (taxes). 0. with the butt-end at. K-'ejJ 9r'i-J. Pit-fall for wild beasts.C(j ^ oy'j (beast).tree. Jb. Short spear. Party of people.^i>j]l llAi* Piece of glass. Ring J»I3 'j -^ J?-. Haughtiness. -^ Simpleton. jij. cijj To run (ostrich).j To deck (a bride). To be adorned (bride). from. of a Peg of a water-skin. Little quantity. (^'j o ^'j -H^ with (the iron-foot of a spear).). raise 'y^'j a J^'j carry a. .Cjj o 'Cj'j^ ^ To cast off. To cry out to a.^j ij fi> a lamp. stars in Scorpio. th. o. XkfXj tW-j ^r ^'j Iron-foot of a spear arrow-head. <> Vulgar song. Thundering (cloud).'j become proud to swell. To put an spear). o. (a pigeon). ea. s J. Ja-ji . (eyebrows). Shouts.'ijtj i^. 5ci3j. Success of an affau\ -(i-j Small (gift) scanty gain. S!j ^ xSj To To To To To To i * : the voice. Leader spear. G ( YY-\ ) T'^ To withdraw. ^ ^j Rustling (plant}. Raising jij of the voice. winding of a valley. Curtain of a tent. Having fine and . Neck.j)lj J^-ljII j'^ Spear-head. o^iUj tt *^J Condition. 0. iron-foot to (a A To urge (a To succeed (business). wall-wort (p/«. Dupe. To scare a bu'd away 'j^\ j>-'>'j\j ~ for tJCj Angels of divine justice. Archers. J? j^ Wooden arrow. To fit ^j -^j1 level (a place). chidden. I keep him aloof like a dog.sily tij-jj To be \j^jj \'yrj easily collected ( ~ Point of the elbow. Pellitory. th.J *»'ej Weak. state. Sweet-heart. Policemen. w-ifei3l To start To bring To be Play. To snatch a. S. Evil. iLlj %. Briskness.0 on the butt of a spear. A J>'ij\j C'j b'j urge on (a beast). Glass. ^ ji. ^ 5 Cj lay a snare for a. a glas. Desperate war. Wont to kick j: Gj -^ j. Kind of walk. To abstain. th. Crow. cheerful. To arch (the eyebrows). To b-j o Vj "^ hit a. Horns of a scorpion. forth. To To repel oj 5 — to spear a. to throw away a. from. clove. beast) gently.. Noisy company. Pleasure. To I'Ji cease to laugh. shouts. Slow. Ironed (spear-butt). jf'j-^ b-j o .'-vessel Glass-seller . ^Uj To be satisfied with. o. To shoot arrows To strike ^ s — — of an army.j ^ ^Uj ^U3 j. s %'j o Jfj -» . drawing auguries. Customer. » S'j^j J.arched brows. Hill at the to retire apart. — push a. To be thin and arched ^ijlj &tf } a . Confused voices. o. *^0-* . ^jj\ cr Side. ^-3^ . Berries. Glass-vessels of the i_. \'y ^^'j i_/^ *j>j''J j?^jo 9- Ay\ j^j Two k_)^l UG 'j Large fish with Jj»j ji-ji soiaU scales. To play. 'i}>.

To To To slide a. dilatory. into place).stop in (a place). To adorn. th. To retire aside. evil God avert thy from us! To speak volubly. wife. fi'om. to do a. xS}-^j3 *-'^j short (arrow).3 jump. ^j»ljj To suffer fill (a vessel). 'J^*j\ *^>^j To drag Cu»3j Cj>>JJ '^3 a o«>3 "^ Small-footed insects. a Palm-branch for To be slow. affairs. tree : To fulfil To gather in ^Ji-'jS a body To jade (a beast). To » ui\>j To snatch a. from. th. dlijij fe*j^3 a . To be rolled. J>5" *-^a4*- Slippery stone. To sigh in To moan. ^3 &->r'jj (people).ij. ^'S'i — towards (army). J>jb J> J Jl. To fatten (cattle To cheer a. To roll a. To throw into an abyss. — approach to. Jtio-fi hard breathing. Bull with a broken j^-yy horn. ^^3 i_» "^ Of a short stature. to vehemently. th. ui3 a ^3 dusting. (a Jijl grow (plant). -t- Dodder (plant). Intense heat. >-*^S>-'j -k be hostile to a Dysentery. along.C YYY -W- ) >3 -tt- 10 slip down (man). Retired place. vJ> j^j . D To dust (a house). First Tui^kish chief who fought the Arabs. ^3 ~ ' to be displaced. ^j> Sliding-place. slip out. To Gi. Sigh. Caravan. ^— J^J Jiji . ^i. ^i3j>. j^ij ^ Sudden blaze soon suboca>jJI Ji ifi^^j ^3 Competitor. To drag the feet To fall To glide. (battle). J . Army moving siding. pelt (rain). To force a. (camel). Cii-JjO Sloping-place. '^yj "^ytJ \'J-j ~ To be jaded slack (camel). th. along. « c4r" ^3 To march To be ( off \ --iiijlj ). 'i^'j jt ^'j J»j herbage). (crowd). To To glow (live coal). To stir To (army). 0. To press together ^^jb m*^'3 (men). j CJ-j a ^i j a. Dragging her feet (she-carael). on slowly. ^>Vfc^!l from dysentery. To boil a jlj ^ (kettle). To drink. remove a. from. To hurry on. approach or separate J>jjj. < To Anger. i» "^j 5 — To run high rage \'J^'yj \jyijj (river). -<> an intention (army). See-saw. To dash (waves). o. wind). reluctantly. To To remove a. To throng near (water). To burn with anger. To creep (reptile).o. » yj^j To be lemoved. throng. in a strait press 5 . Spouse. <^t^y>'j iij!i>-j ^ -^ Reptiles. th.To To give a. Jfj * v^ •> To compete with. th. pushed along. to retire. ^— withdraw from. To boast of. To put a. * : Keeping aloof from Saturn (planet). To approach (a number). ^\'j^ C^G-j. 0. xXj way (earth). travail (woman). To shake (a 5 — To come up together (fighters ). tired (camel). To urge (a beast •^ ) o ^3 ^ To To To To To . Pellitoi'y. 0. To be jaded (beast). To fill a. <i>J^ ^ij Elephant. To winnow. Pelting rain. — Narrow place. 5 wall-wort. -^ To withdraw give . wi>/^ J>>i3 To remove a. . to. To stoop (beast). Crowd. ^iG-j dx>j) ji^3 >i*U^j "^ himself (child). ^I'Jj . \t. "^ y>>J) a J>3 slip (land) . Avaricious. th. To keep aloof. 0. pressure.^i.

Perfection of a plants. -(^ Spout. stir about. Entrance. <-*S*"J^ Sjj Dog-fly. j>. J — To flow. jjXjj tt Jjj/ji j'j/j Skilful manager of property. by the s'Jj Mark edge of a sword. . f/j a j'j To b3 taught by experience (man). shai*e. dense (plant). camel-fly. a — To spear a. P blossomed blite. Water-flies. strait ^_^ij \jj i j M'^ater-coui'se.0j t jOJJ. <>• Bud of a To overcome a. Hues of Pi. Good tender of flocks. Lurking place of wild beasts. To come up (tide). Enclosure. from. 0. in. ^r viJ. Button. left by a bite. ccJJi^ jj. ^ (f- Ca^j ^ j^'j J>-% . < To confine a. To glory in. Tall. JC^ j/j'/j ' To stink (meat). ^ 'j'j To put buttons to '/J\j /fj \ fit> > (clothing).>l&*!l J >-it-'j To take a. To dust (furniture). 0. dyeing plant. Edge of a sword.'Jji '4. Bountiful man.^jXj ^Sj cattle. CJS)) 3j}>-j To be proud G-irJj Ciij a •jt'j fr : Sticking on a wall (missile). '^jj^j S^L'jl Column of religion. o »— 1 Long and lane. Q jj a ^j'j To enter his lurking-place ^'fj\ (hunter). To make an enclosure for (cattle). Whip.ij3j(^ Enclosure for ^jjj t. s'j^y-j -/j To ill-treat an adversary. To carry away (a Stinking. Bombast. back. J J . Swollen sea. To drive back. »l^j^ To button (a garment). o. lot.'s self. Channels of water. -r J??JJ i To glisten (eyes). Biting (ass). To pen. th. To overflow (river). To speak much. vOJ. Quick witted. Part.~^. SjQ -tJtJ ^jj^j -r ^'J-'j work. * j^ijt ^ijl^ Of the colour of a starling. «j'jij1 To become partly yellow (plant ). Allurements of the world. in boasting. Stud. A yellovv- "JCJJ ) JLJ. v. th. carpet. Small bone ) JJ i ji-\'j j/jjj jOjI -r jX of the heart. >^jj j^j _^|3 jf'i plant. To button o/s clothes. Gold.j Hunter's booth. Pivot. To embellish (speech) with lies. ii Plectrum. Bountiful. High-heeled ojJJJj d^^yS'j leathern boots. To twinkle (the eyes). He came with empty hands. 0. with. j^^jl Hole for playing with nuts. Ships. To play with nuts (child). to enclose j i'/j o <_» jj "^ (cattle) in. Water-course. To bite a. JlJI "Wound made by the teeth. Stench of meat. To thrust a. lively. 132 5. ^fx Pillow. 0. To pluck (the hair). bathos. To complete To deck o. o * "* * ^'^j a. 0. ^yj 5 ^iXj Starling (bird). Noble. jjjjjj jOJj ejj. Purslain. tb. jjj jj -^ 'jjjjjj j/j Greek Patrician. Stirrup- strap.j\jJ3 -^ To bud SSSj (flower). LJJ A 0'»J lij ^ Rich -J. 0. Happy. to boast. To bite a.iS'j a ^'j ^ load). ^'^ Proud. Dilution of gold. 'r-iJ-U' j Sewer. a jj jJ -^ To heap up a. haughty. to glide (water).(TVA To be garnished with buttons jj_^ (clothes). tassel. Enclosure for cattle. To To sing (starling). Pipe. The two shoulderblades. ^~ cj" To attire herself (woman). -<> To press a. Hunter's booth. Quick-witted. Socket of the thigh. ' ! ! 1 To confer a benefit. To swell (sea).J -.

Strangler.she-camel). To shoot (game) with a javelin. Red perch spotted with To deceive a.^u j 3 Gray. To walk hurry slowly. utter foul speech. o. *J jjj Jjj Whiteness in the legs of a hoi'se. th. To pierce through (arrow). He rose from destitu.JJ a Soed-produce. mail). s j it ^. Coat of mail. . Gjj o Jjj * ^ To dart forth. i\jj \j'^'jj UOj t: *-»bjJ **Ojj *90j .-^ ij'j »jjj ^ ^'Jj Rope for strangling ^'Jjli ^^J-J. kind of weasel. ^'y}\ o\^ Seeds . Field watered by rain. Soft thing.Jl^Cu jjj ^jj'j — To amplify a j.j\'y ^ *frj> Sown (deld. To farm out a . 0. To hasten to do mischief i^] Jl^ Seeds. (woimd). children) to grow up (God). Blindness. 3'SS>\ To droop (saddle). f. ol3>. s o^ jj o» jj jj>^'jj * P Wine. to pass througii. f. Offspring.al3j Liar. Blue. mesh. J >^jj ^ Windpipe. . To o. fit iSj^ o i'/j »- To To To re-open set aside. To buy a giraffe.'xX To burst with anger . Sower. Asperser. j ~ White sparrow-hawk. Shining. clear To increase a. ^^jj rr ^3jl ^yji p'jj Blue colour. wheat). gullet. <> Mail. To grow (seeds).j a share of the produce. » — i jijij 3jyj Wj'j a Jj/j low (a mouthful). Agriculture. X>iJ3 f. grayish. jij^ljj White hair on the forelock. To lay on the back. ^ij'j -^ -ft- To ftj 5 yz^'/j swallo\F (food). To go to a ^ To take an oath rashly. To be blue. Sown Held. ^jJb ^'j'j a ^j^j with a rope. To become blind. field to a. Throat. olaljj «• *^Ojj *^0j Swift (. Red dye. to A ^. ^ J jjlj — To ogle. CrOl ^Xp jc i. to lie. P ^'Jji ijjy s Party of men.jj -uJ i5 f./b jjj » — away (a crowd). To be able to sow (men). To make To swal- (a netwoi'k. Zebra. ojji ~ To hurry in walk. i To mute (bird). To recoil (man). a (>'yj a ^jj * To be removed. air-passage. cJljjb CJjjIj cij. hair- cnjljj ?- *^?jj. gray -Jjjb CSjJ a J j. blue. ash-coloured horse. Maker of mail. Tillage. A thrust a. Standing corn.j >jCjj ojjj To curl (the hair). To bruise (a Umb). so as to show : To cast seeds. Seed. . *s-\iX jjj :r '6Jj j. 'JOjb 'JSjI To have crops. Falcon. Tijj fit Land to be "^'jjj *frjjj **jj. o. Ring of people.j to leer towards a. o. Vine. Flushed in the face. tJ^' t? To penetrate. To till (the ground). To ^j'j > o Ji'jj Pure rain-water. G-'/j a ^j'j -aSmall sandy hill.- SJj Jjjl sown. oy'^'jjj ^ijj « f'Gj H. ^ — To shift its (load camel).ji>'j\j UJJ a To sow ^(a field). th. To advance. iils. - ^ To cause (plants.j'j fi> ^ -ft- ringlet. with a spear. ^j Oj ^ i^j'jjj ^j'Sj iu walk. To To strangle strangle a. o.sjuX tion to wealth. — To near (the age) of. (eye). Marten.Tiller. for s ^'y'j To be blue. Vine-branch.j/j the white of the eyes. SjSi\ To pass away (wind). gray.SUrII J ^j3j — speech. To sti-angle a. a camel. ring. pasturage. * ^jj "^ Cui'l. a. '^^hSji vij j^ j ?-0j ^ fjjj . Cijj o jjj -STo approach towards. -^ Hamlet. seed-produce. To look angrily at. j/'jJJ j'^'Jji Giraffe. ^j'^yj pj/y To leap.

th. service-fruit. 'V^j. Serpents. Blades.) ^'Jj ^ Contempt. Squadron pjjij of horses. gale. «^j '^I'i^j'^. Perfect beauty. white arsenic. Spears. Realgar. To be stopped (sale). ^^/j Fern. Adversities. th. (tears. to 5 Jjln-llj <S'j^'X scorn at. for. Croaking of a raven. ^^^jjj -V^JJ ^ Curcuma. To cut off a. blue-eyed J3jl joe The two beams a Coat of mail. To be brisk. kind of turmeric. :i>iUJI To fall short of. Avaricious. Wine. together. To disparage a. To pour forth its water (skin). shake. th. o. To be annulled fit To swallow a. To shake a. Sky. ^JMJ To fill (a waterHj A C*j a . o.>-j.frj Scanty.'jj^ J^\ Orpiment.'s mouth. <233 . rr *^3^j To make brocade. To carry (a skin) full. fe^j a i)j. walk (camel). J^'jj P -»• To -tt- stop. Short spear. To eat or drink to excess.irager. /ft ^3jb ^jjj C33 . 'Oli^J jC *-»j. To set a shaft on (a well). th. slanderer. . oil. To buzz (fly). ^I'j ^ h'-pj To hoax. o. speech). shuffler. ^ To spirt (water) into o. ^j j *^^jj *i^3 ^ Floodiag (torrent). Elephantiasis. ^'j -if- to cut a. To contemn. a. o. • To To clothe a. To be overburdened *i. to cheat a. Cat. hoax. *^jj wind. Water-furrow. j— To divide a. jay. jLa] "k^'jj Aristolochia.Qjj 'Gjj jj^^' *—iJ-lj'*-* *iOJ. jj^^ ^Ij ^_'Jj Cat. C-tj a v-O To get angry. to press 5 fe^J o iljj "^ harass. rivulet. Saffron.'»0>»j to blame a. th.. sandarac. Sect of heretics. A - Egyptian willow. Locust-tree. ^jijl ^j_j yjj\ -^ To be flooded ( ravine).ej To skin). Imposition. (wind 5j * Pj^J -^ To urge (camels). ^Oj a. Shock. •<>- ^Ij ^. -^ Gipsy. o. Azerole. short. of shaft. i-j^icj v« <-«pyi jni-'j Short and vile. J^^ . jJjIjj Allotment of property. to tease a. ^y ^ Arsenic. javelin. cious stone. Indian tribe.jjc3 ( TA- ) lit J'JJ : Purchase upou credit. To buy upon credit. to neglect 4_. Juggler. gray. ^ — To undervalue. yellow arsenic. To draw Jj33^ water for hire. Crow.. o.33^ Dispa"aged. Upbraiding. pre. > To tickle a. '^. *^jj jy/j Disp. To water (the earth) with » ^'jj -Hfurrows. f. » against J^j "^ '^ "^ 9-'y-'j Pressure. a i_) — — clothe o. embroidered cloth. th. crowd. To be shaken. 'jAjj^jS^jj a v»j3 dejection. fi> jJ^'Sj Brocade.*jjj skin). i ^33 Storms. o. Excess. Straitened (man).Ol ir '3. small boat.. ojj i J3j1 cj'y beryl. Debt. w^^jb in Restless. Violent death. Humming of bees. Good guide. Middle-sized (water. scorn. th. je -^ -^ Zodoary {idant).'s self with. Dish of milk and Skiff. upbraid a.^'j •^ Soi"b. * »:-»^jb ~ To croak (raven).3j'ji\ Pe Aqua marina. j -iisqueeze. ^s'j'}' PL Blind men.. birthwort. j-jljj !r Jyjj Desperate foe enemy. pJ^j' Violent cSs-'y^ji ^bS^'ji '^^'S'^'ji To To To be naughty (child). Intensely blue \^\'/j JijXj^ ^ Jljj^ ^ {m.j -ns'j^ Humbug. v-.j CG jjj C jj yjj -fr To upbraid je A l?jjjj i^jjb .

Quick-walking (horse). th. To become possible (affair). To a. Ha. T-^'j)\ expel a.'j Cj^'Jts-'j Rust of iron. To fear ijcjj CSpj a by night. TAN ) j. jc sting a. ^j jj'J. Restlessness. i to excess. To drive ijj » — — away. ^ J^j ^ -ft- surety for. to season with saffron. Scared away. o. To covet a. Sorry. i A » — To frighten a. sprout forth (ground). ill-nature. Dangerous places. Delay.C (^^ To I'eaoh bittor water by digging. Xfctcj To be brisk. J lij ^ SjCpj Scanty-haired. /^ Rascal. Jatlj . . To cry out. poison). 0. to cry out to (a beast). (scorpion). . To be snatched. seasoned with saffron. partake of thy opinion. o. Medlar. To relate. Yellowish (lion). . To shriek. Quick-killing (death). weariness. To make a. th. Share of a chief.j. Mendacious.iiJI ol^jll Dyed. ' ^tj>» To be scarce (hair). j^j^ To fear by night. frighten food ) a.See j^ o. to straiten a. To I jfs. dl£U3 Vj s'jJ. Quick (walk) Scared away. salt (water). (Jas-'j a ^j s -ft- To To strangle kill a. call. Tritoxyde jjaSJI 013^^*3 of iron. jj^j •^ Cry. -ft-ti- Malevolence. ^ ^jii^ ^ j/J-'j . to guarantee a. covetous. To render lively. <^yj ^^'j <-»^j Xslpj/^ a. Brisk yet feai'ful. Chicken of the partridge.3 J»>i*3 Coarse woollen smock. hunger. assert To C^^J O0. jiijij J^pjij i^tj a ^. Weapon. Cacj a jtj -ft- To render a. To bray (ass)._^3 ?. . Curcuma. o. -^ Discontent. To salt (food) ^j7 J. to yell.3 * -^ To swindle. y. : To obey a. To be To ( active. o.'-j Pretension. To be disturbed. Choice S^'ti-J part. „ & i •'. j Ct j a ^3 He thought so. To be restless (sick person). To move forward (horse). J^'j Nobility. discjuieted r-i*j^"lj "^^'j woman. o. Restless. on the spot. — To be brisk. Chiefdom. OlS^j Fearing by uight. 0. unpotable Utj o As'he pretends. To become the chief To pretend falsely. Assertion.'j Ill- To discontent. kS'j ip I do not iXJSJj Vj lift'. to excess. To Aj » ?i*3b "" jtj To snatch off a. o. o. a. jiij Bitter. sprightly. » jlj -^ three-grained medlar azarole. yell. To prance >lp3 a Jtj without rider (horse). from (its place). Snake. G»^3 a r^'j -« disquiet a._i*jij Cicj a o«p3 "^ Writhing from -^ o^Ujj ^y^^'j a. ^j! To become excellent ( milk ). w- *2pj To To cry. ^3 Jpj jcjl the (water). th. Anxiety. Ostrich. turmeric. ^j Plough. Pride. th. become a o ^itj. o.jtj Bitterness of water. true or false. s ^Q •^ To compete with.) '^3 o a — ^ Quick (death. a. Saffi'on. angi-y.L->lij ^ ° Thyme.**3^3 ^ ^^Ji ving few plants scoundrel. <> To vex a To remove a. lUj Lively. -^ To call out a. stay in a place. To dye . -^ To be sorry. _-. To hasten ( walk). To harry jpjji (beast). J^'-y Sweet porridge.-'. to weary a. ( soil ). To be bitter. natured (man). 0. To jfj *— of (a party). Truthful. th. o. s wipSjij . o. XT jTj To press. S\ . th. -^ Jl^ — To — raise (the dust wind). To salt *_. tj^'j -t^j SjtJ > Fur-tippet for females. grieved. Cow.j C^j o j^'j -Uth.

^ i^' f. 0. 5 j^j'i To suckle (a child). th. Softest down. Full vestment Scattered party.jj\t-j ^fj J-'j dog. To swell (river).^j ^ ^(J. ties of To speak faintly. — play. a — To feed her chickens (bird). To To To To walk quickly.=j ou>3 i^jij of wood. of a. a Yellow date. band. ^ — conduct (a bride) to her bridegroom. Thin-leaved marum. 0. . Fine plumage. redundance. to sing wedding-songs Troop. jtj vS'j Mouthful spirted. ^\'y> Pretension. Child. To alight jj Lij i Ci j -^ to expand its j^tj wings (male (wind). \^j a ji-j -ft- To s Ciijb .»_. To pour forth (water). >M60I ^ To tickle Sj fin — ^\yi "^'j a ji'j -ft- a. li^jj *i^'j •^ Deception. Small. (a bride). Covetous. by (words). 5 — Abundance. Counterfeit. . To deck with. bird). hurry the walk of jjl a.!(p3 fr ^j -R- Nimble. To swell (river). J^ jj <>• cheat (man). To suckle (a child). ^tj Brach-hound. o.Shrill. rate (money). and long (coat of mail) Lai'ge coat of maU. Object of debate. quaver. •^ To use foul 0. Fins (of fishes). nap of cloth. j'j^'jj j'^'j Ci-j . Extremi- "^^'xi *i^'j ties'of the body. Sucking greedily. Squint-eyed. ''Sj\i . To squeeze (a water-skin). 0. Chief.^ L»ln-^i Fine feathers of birds. dSj a ^'j -HHe added lies to his nar. To take much o » — Short. chicken). 4- » -^ ^}i-'j\j — To scoff at a. trilling cries TAT ) ijc-j of joy. ^jj Spokesman. Downy (man. baby. Hem of a ^>3 Discharged cloud.'j a Ji-'j -S- counterfeit. Surety. J^tj jtjl J-. To blow gently CilSj _) when squeezed. (woman). greedy. One time. away (water ). ostrich). Stammerer. To scrutinise a. To become sappy and leafy (vine). th. <^j ° To be plentiful (water). Fruit of the Phillyrea^ wild olive-tree. To be abundant.j j> ^j\ Downy fig. adulteration. tf> iliijl carry a. Lij o 'S'j To snatch. J^3 "^ ^ Young To To pigeon. setting. Refuse. counterfeit. To squint (man). Promiscuous party. answerable. To conceal a.'j a. to cheat a. Chip. Slender extremi a tree.e^jj iail To groan loudly (camel). J^j He has taken it altogether. Dapple (horse). th. cucumber.Aija> j — ration.dj . Hiccough.tj1 ^^'j Downy hair or feathers. To rouse a. Nuptial procession. repeatedly ^jj — ^j -^ To speak Ci^jj angrily (man). cheat. xli^^j •<>• To groan (camel). one action. for jj*^ ) j^'j -^ To re. th. To become Litijlj ^jj 'Cs.( 4.^j fTj-'j To adulte- Lively. sprightly. To be jtljjj ji jjj Villousness. cheat. » ?- ^'j -ft- To spear a. jet. Butter spouting from a skin fi> » i_» » — — — n jS'j\ To hasten (the walk). \ji.^j-^ downy (boy.Jailjj Jaifrj "^-> -^S^J ^i ^'J'J <• ^ To ciprocato his groans (camel). Calamity. Excess. Object ^ ^^'ji coveted. i_. trickery.^jj j^'X ^ Whole. To squeeze the throat of. To suck (his mother young one). To spirt (a beverage). j. oii^j .ji\) — . th. ( carry (a load). To gush out blood (wound).

Outburst of anger. th. a ^j Nux uo»«'ca. ^\^ — ( /fc : (the wings : ostrich). To quake. > To slip. j'siajj jA 3 S^Jjj braying of an <• ass. Ai'c-ij -ft- o^jij G i Pitch. Female water-carriers. >Jln*j 'J. to soil with greasy food. ^j ^ xjj . *ij. n (J\'Jjfj Ujjj Middle part. liquid pitch To raise (figures. To mute. Wine. Quick. Tribe. Bellows of a hammersmith. To fill (a vessel).53 *_^^jI jijjl ^ y^ Jij Jd'j sUj full. to thrust. fi> s'jt'j — ^ To <>• eat fatty food. Swift. To kick._. To begin to bray (ass). ^ To crackle. Sj A Bj o cij To rouse a.I itgj grease. o. . pine-resin. cJ»j3' c:^'3 — Bitumen. of horses. Blowing violently (wind). To expel. iioijl — To To skin (an animal). inxili^] cij. Obscene'tj_. Svdft (she-carael). To make (plants) to rustle (wind). poisonous "seed. ^^i ^j . Kind of plungeon. linden-tree. To expand Pissasphalt^ mineral pitch. jjjlj sls'jl -M- Ostrich. to carry fi> — (stones). Cdjj C-aj j'j ^ ^ Colophony (resin). -^ Fruitless To fill (a vessel). j-j\ To carry a. To crackle ( fire ). To send out hot i jSjj — hair of a skin). To draw (water). •^ Cade-oil. Party. Bulky camel. Shaven (head). To twang (bow). To »_J»'j CJJ. company. Lame ^Ijlj^ oyj ^ij^ Booth. To weary a. Beginning of the The strait of Gi- jij^ii ^. Dancing-girl. Water^ skin. Rib. Litter for a bride. Bitumen used ^j sorb-tree. Brave. Gold-finch. ConMisfortune. as a remedy. Greasy. Deep sigh. fi> cij\ cJJ\ o'i^ ' ^i z^ji To mute (bird). To anger. belly. To give fatty food to Aj 2( jt'j A. ^ Scum of boiled meat. To extract.s j»y/j Having fine and thick feathers (ostrich). olljj To carry (a burden). loij o oSj -STo give much barley to (a horse. •^ To push. AD Strong-ribbed (horse). . -tf- Fatty food.-^ To defile a.1 ^ o^»j Large river. Swift (camel). jiSjj wi^ j ijjl Big camel. j^3 ^ (speech).J\y>j To push. To laugh coldly. Generous. siderable gift. Deep sigh. Heavy luggage.sj_. Supporters of a. "jl^. Regiment.. o\ljj JlUj ol»jl cr 3J. •& fumes clip (the To carry away. Swift. '3'j y. Tree-prop. ojJj "WTo dart down to expand the wings (bird). j'j -^ To chirp at dawn (bird ). To tar (a ship). Drinking with the mouth By-street. ^\/j ^ -^'j^y-j Bow. To (she- Gj ^'j dance. o. To expand the wings male ostrich). Jl?^)| js:?^^ -^ braltar. coal naphta. Porter..!>^ Lamp-black. Party. . <-^yt Deep sigh. -A'^l>^-» jaj'i — jij i J^y -«- To run at full speed (man).scites^ dropsy of the ^'j 'U1IJ. moan.. drive (the clouds wind). to hinder. ol^'j sr Sy'jj e'J>j To dandle (a child). tent on a terrace. A — . 5 — To send forth a ^'j -S\j^/jj lyj deep sigh. Wine-skin. To be •^ Crystallised alum. To moan. Great chief. th. Skinned (beast).' h'j o'o'j^ To feed (her chicks) with the j — biU(bird). Sea. camel). /fc Pitch-oil.. Lord. Flight of a bird. s^'j xli lively (man). Lane. jjj Lion. Frightened. Smeared with pitch. looming). filthy. TiVw. o. y3 ji^j cj**jj j'j ^ -iyi ^ j>'j\ Ostrich. Ring-pigeons.

To totter (old man). ^pj ^ iiSj d Lane. of. th. (a vesa> Cj^'y snap up. it ^^i j think about. Neighbourhood. /b Cij o^3 * To help a. to snatch hands. par- tridge). proximity. ^j ^ s^'j -« — J3j -fr Robbers. 0. n zS'j -»- To crow (cock). * s ^^Ij ^'j\ /b (owl). To drink to excess. - eject (a liquid). J5j Cudgel. away. to doubt. To become fat (belly). To guess To inform a. Jj^J^ *-5lj*j li'j a iTj ^ To strike a. to gobble a. o. XS'j ^^'j th. ojlll stTjj 'iTjj Ifj mole). » CiTj J'3 /b a./3 ^ To tickle a. o. To ^'j^i j^'j be filled up (vessel). Deadly food. arms. To afflict 5 ^jlj . 5 To near a. -^ Navel. *i5j To carry (a burden). To chatter '^^sjj (monkey). •Q'^JJ -^O Speaking. a. /to Sii'Jj ^t&>i To give a. th. To bring ^— ^'j Ring of hair around a turban. th. 5 ^jl To hoot Cij i t/jJ . o.. o. 0. ^ 5 ^3j ^j1 ^jj5 Harsh man. yji'j To fill To be Sack (a vessel). to consider think of. th. forth (a child). to persevere jp 5)31 does not suit him. CiSj o wiSj -Jf Filled. To take up arms. paying readily. narrow road. th. i&"J ^'j Xi^X iJ^3 ^ . . ifc C/'J o wJ' j -{^ diked (river. To run (child. relate a. ^3j . strait road. Infernal tree. ^S^'j C. *_. o. ^J i ^3 (old man. o. time. despatched (affair). cold. S -if- ( TA t ) lJ/3 feed (her chicks) with the bill 6Jj ^ji^jj To To be Jf (bird). ?r ^oO *3j "^ To X'j a X3j. To ). frighten (a enter (its hole \ To To To j A Cij : o i_ij k^jilj ^ — mole) into (its hole). th. Retentive. 5 in.^j Cjj J3 * . Cocks. Kind of myrobalan. Last born child. a. It To <i obtain a. Young ring-pigeon. or a. Weapons. Tor » grow Ja'j thrive. to inform a. To remind.iX () Ichneumon. ^j To totter (S-S'jj (£^3j child). one time. sea). mace. fill Concerned. tickled. — True estimate. To make a.fcS'j ^-^Tj ° To To To fill A cTJb cTj fit » Lane. ^ A k. o. to th. ^'S^\ ^r for grain.'^^3j 'y3 o ls3 "^ A. to a. S'J'j o ^j ( for jj<^ ) Ja'jj Jaj < sel). a deadly food. * ^ijij J. — To take up arms. thrive (man). thieves. To To fill (a vessel). To pay (a due) readily to a. Chilled. ^Vealthy.. ^'j ^ ^"j t^'j ^3 a « -ft- (a vessel). J^\jj To glut. PI.^jj. 0. To collect (a debt) from.>j^jj *'^6»j o ro ^ grow ( plant To be righteous. To mind a. o. ^jijj Heap of coins or of any thing. To have a rheum. Plague. a. coryza. n -^ To justify a. * 5 — — To take refuge to. to gobble. Quickly done. To A kjsijlj To clap the (tV»jj Cisj . th. j twitter (sparrow). To i suspect. to carry (a load). a /5j <Ji»y>J . ^ To ^^j Food of cream and dates. D To tickle a. -with a rheum (God). Small (wine or vinegarskin. To collect pooi'-rates from. 0. To make a. To improve. Rheum. To CTj a ^understand. *^3 To let down the ends of a J^'/j -ttturban. To eat cream and dates. to j^ jj V li* *_. 0. To pui'ify.

\ gardly. alms. th. To frigh- To urge (camels). \"^ To hasten in walk. •<*• To become fat (cattle). fi> ^'Jj . Even number. Slippery place. ^3 the tithe on his iJ C. apart. o. o"5j 9. ulj & ri'j -^ To slip (foot) . He cleaved to his mother (child). A good deed. :djJij ^jf IJJ. to slide along.JJ Slip. lived in a Obedience to God. ^ quake (the earth ten a. — — 'Si ^jj a 5 Dlrw Ij Dji To retire apart.j)j To To <• strip a. light water. To walk quickly. Purity. Jjv3 ^ PI. Bolt. th. jjj To thrust a. To be thin in the hips. tongue). To become just. a friend. Ummanly. Pain in the back. weight jjjj ^\j'j ^ . a i jJ. To give To grow. ^ White ijajj -^ of eggs. ^ slT jj S^iTj He To To niggardly way. God). To be deficient vcoin). Carpet. ^ iJlj Slippery place. Earthquake. {un .— ( TA Sweet pancake. d' llVj O He gave goods. not odd. Food sent ^r to ^!jj ^'j xij j Ijjj Sliding-place. Sinfulness. j ked (skin). alms. ^ a — To be chapped. To smooth a.^ < To iS. speech) >><feOI — current. *^ ^a ^J To ~ — To bolt (a door). hips. J^^j Q'j a. error. Stark-naked. < To gobble.'s feet) with (fire). liitljlj ^»jj^ Turtle. Excellent earth. Compassionate. Nakedness. to slip. ^''^'^i'j o fit ^^. sin. th. CGJjj ^'jj ^J ' rJj * He . . To slip. (/"or oU>. ^^sJ. 2( jjj -^ Ja!j7 1>- strip o. Paltry (gift). J ^ -^ CkJj Uj Deficient in (coin). -^ To ^^sij ^ ^ crawl. To receive (food). Stones. Nig- ^ji To a n^l'j pass quickly. Righteous.^/j -^ . To make a. turtoise.'t-) sV-b. to err. a> r^^jb . sliding-latch.(?jj o s Oulj To give an increase to. /b ^!j^ Pure from 'is'-J\ ^ Jj SlTj . Legal addict o. -^ To ^Sjlj . ^]'j) -C^'j ja'J\ d'j '^yj v.)Jj'^L|3j v3 a 'Sjji -« Quick. thes."JjVj ket.. ^^\ fi> — Uj Slippery (ground). th. "Woollen blan. Sj'j^ ^'J'jj JljJ3 To rise (sun).) Swift. . Qj set a. Slipping (arrow). Cj j a ^Ij globe. To To taste a..^'jj CJj a . with (a Cu-jjj uj » iVlJ — spear). Jj'jj j^ljj JjVjj JV^ 'C cool. Long ^J'j To slip (foot.^^iiJI ^'j render (verses. Interested love. sin..^Jj (&.!_j_ ) ijj__ To advance forward. th. 5Llj y^'jj fi. To precede a. Intruder.Jj rCi'jj ijjj ir^Jj-'J ^rVJ.>>lr praised. of his clothes. JaljlO. o.^^'j a ijJj d^'j oi. Smooth stones.'. (journey). Lean "Vj j" 133^ JaJj -^ Slippery ground. he justified hlmself. vijjjj vijijj sioU J : x)j33'Jj'3 »• To pilfer a. i — ^jj J'j^ 9:i'Jj.'s clo- Pure. o. ^j^j ^'j i To grant (a favour) to. to glut. *^lj P To be anxious. crac. o. Pebble. to slide. To pass away <5j3jj (life). To be corrupt (wound). in the ^pi Uj tr Jvj Small coin worth 30 paras (about 3 halfpence). ^'j ^Yj Banquet.'s self to (wine). Deficiency (in weight). Poor-rates.'s self of o. Slippery (ground). To* swindle a. To blaze t^j o /J (fire). Calamities. fitj He spoke uucousiderately. To quake (earth). o. To bui-n (o.iliJ thrive. sweet. Nuptials.J.

Mountain-goat. Smooth rock. Remote (journey). feed. To outstrip a. 0. To be set up. 0. rank. — Ht v_-)j -ft- torrent). Steps of ascent. To ^ s ^jjl Swift (she-camel). slip in words.a j!j pen (iron). o. Man. th.C»^Jj Cijj advance. He made him a scanty gift. Elephant's trunk.'Ji'j{ right. or a. To tighten Jfj A C»3 o !. Dish.! j -tf- Garden. Advancing forward. Mirror. pery. ti^'j ) right). ^^Jj larynx. To throttle a. i_> To cause »j s j) jlj J'jj Ci'j jJj a. Casting her 'ijjj j> j)j1 "^^ Chapped in the feet. ^'J To have a glossy. Well wrought (arrow-wood). . ^ J'j Degree. To fill up (a skin). Foot-passenger. rock-badger.J ^ with a. Smooth un. Sliding-bolt. To anoint (the body). Large dish. ^j Green urn. CjtJ jy a strong (horse). 'xji'j alil '^ Wattle of sheep and ^Vj ^ x'Sj goats. Lop- Wild Scanty To be greedy. th. th. o. Hard ground. slippery. Nearness. th. Chapped on the heels. Gaiters. Liljl. (camel. Small-bodied.5VJj Ji/jj J'jj jJ3 Lapse. Csjj j3jj a j!. 7^j . To spoil (a dish). To finj collect a. shining face. To near a. lib peach. Mountain-goat. To carry away (a lamb: wolf). Jjjy young jvj. S^j DigiljUJjJ v^^Jj Ouljj j jr *^' nity. with the of. (stage). o. First part of the night. sJiij\j ^'J>j . jjy'j ^ j^'j Malignant wound. Rush-mat. tj ^. of (a To cut (a tree). Nearness. gullet. To soften a. ^jbJI J'ji\ _ij j Village on the confines ^Xy ^ <ily of the desert PI.j -«To slide. — To loathe and quit (a place). Glossy and hairless (man).^ iSJjJSj usually (mare). Snout of a dog. People. Slippery place. To shar. eared. ji'jA To be dense (cloud). Cloven hoof. Divining arrow. j ^'j s . •^ . cat. i_i)j pare. i Basil-blossom. ^ uJj Smooth Having the ear slit and ^y^ J'j\ rock. Mirror. Li^X" v^J * -^ To become covered with 4> feathers To To ill cut off (the nose). to draw near. o.jOjl To dismount (hoi'seman). — To grow — To again (hair). cistern. To shave (the head). ^^'j hanging. Oyster-shell. Spout of a pot. (sandals) JJ « jj. -^ Jar. To render (a place) slip. . Jijj Sfjj JCj ^ Jj **)j tjjj xSji He looks like a slave. Ji'j\j (chicken). -i^j^ Female hawk. To slip (foot). Little lively v'jJj •• man. Remote desire Abortive foetus. To A — J'jj ^J'j & fij (fire). -^ Spoon. To trouble (people) in every stage of their ^vjl ^Vjl march (guide).jj -^ To gobble a. Slippei'y. To maKe a mistake. ^^y'\ blaze ^ ^/Sj ^ -H^ Windpipe. J Filled tank. to slip. To amplify (a narration). To dash (waves of a To swallow a. To round (a th. To fill (a vessel). nectarine. Exterior appearance. J'J -^ To scamper off. To rise (sun). ^jj CJ j o ^'j ii\h£ ^ -i^ Throat . sliding place. Hyrai.j C YA"\ ) j)3 inspire a. th. ( To rob a. a ^j^ ^ijl. To become smooth. To a J'j mill-stone). Calamitons time. ewe). Gi-eat and (gift). meadow.

long (stage). ^Xy Angered. noise. *ijl< ^j To be proud. make noise. y^'j\j — j^Vj Long flute. haughty. ^'j a -^Xj r^j-'j -S- strutted. o. Thong of ^ji •v-j.vi jj >S^3 i o >j -W- Rein. Psalm (of David). . -^ Flute. * J^'jj \y.j of 50 men ^j uj w and camels. To fasten (sandals). sandals. Root of the tail of a bird. Sincerity. i_) » — To be scared (gazelle). Handsome faced. double pipe. entangled (tree). Reddish falcon. fife. i_j To stir a. To roar (camel). •^ Small water-skin. y-j Flute sound jj»C»jj j>\>^ (camel's tusk). halter. Crackling of fire. To be filled (skin). To To speak.strich). b«^j a rr^j Musical reed. To bud ^ ^. sound He erected the head he ^ajlj . sound. He took it altogether. Hard. boy. j^\'y '^[yji ^[/'j White dun-diver (bird). to . tle wool (ewe). between. lit : he lifted up the nose.' vi yj^j 'yi of the aflair. To carry away (a lamb wolf). iy^V'j P P To storm. \fyj o Proud. (town). Ciap^J. jC. To i^ij ^ y. To grow . To fill (a skin). Flute . oj li \) jj li To have To resound from peal (thunder). -^ Bonds of friendship. pipe. j_^j ^ ^ Bind-weed. To have a gra. Well near the Caaba. gaudy (plumage). To shriek.'j o — To divulge (an event). He is the main spring the leader of his _y. J^'j y-'j y-'j _. To roar (plant). Dense.c^jj. d^'j * jC'jj y\'j syy-'j -^j ve mien. To oppose a. afar. Hymn. Green emerald.j. Nice-looking. plantarjo^ oC»3 To be showy.C»3 'iJ'y'j Small in stature. 'U>j jr <^-^j -^ Alisma J-yj>\j\f'yi Vj/j To sow discord ^nJ ^j r^j medicinal plant. gang. >J^J ->- ewe). ^\'yj o — — To cry (o. y:j'jj j^^ 3^ j^^j Roaring of a lion. j\yy Abundant (water). yj-^ o'y'j s30»j Art of a flutist. jCO -^ ~n/tj of thunder. To be fastened. Hollow. Full (measure). Uvula. Oats.aj ^^jj ^j J^'j ^ To bridle (a camel). To play ^jj . upon a reed. Stufied balls of i jSO-jj ^j ijjCjj flour. He is ^^ y ypj cjS yi ijl tribe.( YAY ) ^3 advance. - To grow louder (sound).7Uj o Company -^ j^X ''^/y'j . To hmu '(singer). (tiger). Cry of the ostrich. Eminent (man). tied. To have lit\ trol. To intrude upon To be angry. Con. To crackle (fire). a. against (another). c}j'\ Grave in Iron collar of a dog. \j\/j To have scanty hair. Shriek. c—» Ji. SweetScattered party. o^kiiJI <• Bell-flower. of the flute. 0. Having little hair. O. Song. o. to make a loud meat and To roll his roai'ing (lion). He has thrown ay\ y^y j his aSair into his'hands. To >3*j -^ from anger. Flutist. Faint-hearted. To mumble (magician)./ij ^iUll To whinny (horse). the eyes blood-shot j'^Jl My house is near to his. mien. Soft. Smyrna flute.j be faint-hearted (man). piper. yJ-Jj . wool (man.

brisk. be. Plucked (beard). ^. long or short. of good 'U^j ^ f^'j Green cooler with a spout.j|^ J^3 ^ on^jj ja'j 'CjJj'j ^3 XfciJj Indetermined time.C. ( YA •> To scamper ofil To Ck'j (".o. Hot-tempered. Shudder of fear.^^jsji' To dry up (sinew).'s self ^j Jfi'j\j .j 'H^'jjS'J'j Steadiness. Palsy.C^j^ ^ ^j Lowest class of people.j -» in (clothes). Anger. Cripple. against. — delay (a gift) fi*om. (star). To open (a lock). ^J^ ^. Swift. household. cowardly. resolute. 5 (J>l>''jj jJj3 ^^'j j^^j Active. ^A^ J j it. To become intense (heat). th. To be tight (clothes). Hot-brained.jj — Confused sound. with palsy (God). Family. Companions. JAjj ^ ^(\> Provision-bag. i o Jij -ftCSUjj VCjj iUjj >Uj leaning forward (horse).'|3j. oC«ji ^r *^Jj c/^j Time. to conceal a a. — cU^^ -^ ijt. li^jlj ^i'j\ ^ oC»3 PZ. Rivulet. J-^Ob J^lj^ . on a camel. lytic. ^'yi Shoemaker's knife. o. shine Enraged. Gluttonous. -fi- To limp (in To run in -U- vC»j.> Jaij »• slip (ring). Xjja'j^j ^Uj^ j o ifA>j it ? -ft- For some time. Coward. To be ^jl » To pluck beard). flur- j a . ^yfj To drive (camels). perseverance. To wrap J^ jlj J^y To iUj tXi'j be perplexed. misfortune. Niggardly. th. o. cArj <s-L^j XtC- Old. does not avail him xii j *it J^l U anything. o. Jc>rlj1 ^ jsVjl is%'y> chisel. fieriness iUlj ^ jA'j Beast of burden.j j fj^'j^ xiJ'j Energetic. fj>'-}. ~ o* * Time. To ^j(^ To follow a.^>»j J^J Vehement cold. resolute . pC. impending (event). To mount a. Moon. ca!?" <j^S^ si»lj> iLit Root of a bird's^ tail.OJ To or wi-ap. crippled.j jtj a ^Jb ^j to. -^f-j iUlj To escape swiftly (horse). hind. a— running). Weak. To wrap a. Cli/^j a v3 To go slowly. ried by fear. Imminent. Fellow-rider. p. CC»j xJCij To fill up (a skin).:jCijj jC». » "ijAj — To be contracted (face). fe^ij To incite a. To counterbalance (a ri(ter) jlJ^'j To be intensely cold (day). Limping from (horse). Love. Crippleness. iL'jb ~ Spout of a cooler. Short and foolish. Scattered plants. chronical disease.^ J. Paralytic.^\j\ Accident. Jr'i j Weak. knobbed (plant). He made a bargain with him for a time. <• To uj o3 »• buzz (insect). j5jj j>jj j>3 Party.'s ^j 4 f> ^\%'j (clothes). Family. Shai'p ^ ^'j] To be para- 7j\^jj 't^jj ^'j a man. Tenses :ci» j] of a verb. o. Knobs. judgment. It (the A CUj i afflict a. Colleague. 0. ^'^ j^'j •> -tt- To To To last long. To have large knobs (vine-stock). a o j To be blood-shf't from y^'jj J^'j anger (eyes). 'ii'yj^ ^y' j "^ Hairs behind the fetlock. . gems of a vine. Seasons of the year. To determine upon. Crafty. Having a smiling face. Weak silver (man). To be in a rage. quick (hare).r J^j^ The whole. ^ ^ -^ Stingless hornet. old. j rump. To be uneven. To keep steadily ^_. ' J3 Quick.-. in o. To carry (a load).

contracted (shade). To^snuffle. < To Hyacinth (flower). ' Jjyi A»iomM?rt zinziber. J — To become angry. i\. j'W j J^^j P Paltry (gift).j_ ic- — j insolent. ip \j 3 To force a. . To drink (water) peatedly.\'jjj jJ j -«— To fill (a vessel). To make a. Quick in^. Upper^stick of ^ jj Distress. to snort. jjj_j q To be thirsty (man). To u^ cheerful. Hornet. Fore-arm. ^ Jjj. ^jj^l jj^Jj r--^?Jj. 0. hill).'s ^j^ ^j^ (suckling ). :>\j'J] ^j\j Zanzibar. To be rancid (oil). strut. Flower-de-luce. heart. jVaJj. To grow proud. |^ j ^ _ To punish beyond justice. jjj To increase. Kind of Carline thistle. Fearful.J Baffled. Wine. striking oIj^jj olio" j)I two bones of the fore-arm. Sweet fig. Wasp. To become fat. Verdigris.!'J speechless.^t' Ji «j>'l j jjjj jUX To strike (fire). o. Ethiopians. < Fire-steel. Oil of {un *ilj ^ jasmine. jti\j iUjII To requite a. « ojh o j 0. Miser. J^^j » j Jo^'j^ -ft- To praise a. -^ l»lj> jiJ jj jJj -H- To be — Jvj He straitened his family. scanty. Iljfcjj. Cinnabar. To straiten a. J-^jj >liJI J-^ 3 campane (plant). 'C'jj oUj ^'j Verdigris green. ^'j > To be covered with ^j~' ^j — -fi- To think evil good of a. Maniple of priests. o. 0.j1j oJjIj ^ul :>i. faint-hearted. Icjij^ — -nJj -tt- the head o. . ^'Jj — re- a -tJj^j -r-^'j Bulky and short. self-sufficient *j J::t^^ or ^r. ginger. Two sticks for The Flint-stone. ^^^\ — To fillip. -^ Insolence. Kee«Uj ping in urine. thirst Thorny fire. towards (a Aj 5 j1 place). plump. ^ Book-keeping double entry. o. j7 a s^Jj i -J:^ Waddling of a duck. Jir r^J Successful. Fillip. Vermilion. _r^'3 -^ i He took the whole of it. Wine.lJ 3 ?r Jj^j answering. tree. Small. j — To contract (shade). ape. sj. JjJjj — J jj j -fr ^jo._jjj without restraint. To remain j. 0. Large rat. To GJ j a 9^3 ^ To ascend (a hill). to ascend (a bf.^To speak out Rancid. To straiten a. n-^J. cock of a ^jvj Ts 'j White lily. jjjl To relapse in (a pain). Kind of chick-pea. jj^ ji ] Jj j^j verdigris. Wasp. To suspect a. Strong ass. Narrow. to snap the thumb. To lie. Inula. to stick.J^ j^. altered (oil). CJj a w4j -fr To become proud . To hurry (man). ^Jj Self-seeking. To d-y'j o ^>j To behave To frown proudly.3 P To pi'ofess dualism. J^ 'j -^ Night jasmine. wrist. 0. Darnel-seed.Jji3 C TA\ ) Polyrjonum hydropiper. e^'j Gjj a '^rJ'j -J^ a' flint. at. 6jj lift To cleave. 0. Tight (garment). White spots on child- ren's nails. V^*^' Jc-vi water-pepper (plant). to speak ^. < German iris. Baboon. Kind of planetree. ) 9r^J « y>^ Negroes. 'li repel a. for evil or 5 }>u\j good. To contract from (bowels). ^'ij . ele- Huge elephant. Metal-spring gun. j^ jj'^j j^^j. Narrow. by sSnaJj j Jiot^j. Stingy. to exceed. P To seek refuge Ji^ \ij'jj *\-'j a I'j «- Chain towards.. iUjii (un. (man). crocus. To be in irons. Disappointed. peevish. Nail-parings.

munition. o. -tf- petitor to a. Zmj Halter. To \'j^'j a_^*j -H- cA'^ij «• P P -)1- glow (fire). rock-moss [plant). little . Choice part. Necklace. token. To send a comslit ^' j — ^3 To blossom (plant). Sign. to squeeze a. Firm. yellow flower. to abstain from. < Swindler. 5 ] j •^ Honey-suckle [plant). asceticism. Marvel of Peru [plant).— j*3 Adulterous. ^ Primrose (plant). •^'Da. ^_i jAij\ Blossom. to be free from wordly Ji^^j} *5ilJj ^ Ji/JX ^ Manichean. To mind. Magia.'s (people). property. fornicator. jiTVI — — To look angrily at a. SiUjj la*j — to God's service. Content with rested. ^ -i^ J>^\ . iUJ ^ si'j Abstemious. Jl. fCiJI — To commit adultery. Miser. Bravo! e^ -^ Am"Cajj ^. Poor. A — To shine (lamp). Ascetic. j. s — To have little property (man). ju»jjj siu^j -Uj < To straiten. Atheism. Hypocrite. J-feJj "^^J jyj j -^ ^%^'j Ts 'j'^'j To shine (moon). . dualist. ^?jj To impute avarice to a. a^'J^j. fornication. adopted. Phalangium [plant). by-street. Little flies. o. -^ Waist-belt.Jj^ Lichen. Stirrup. rci'j^ J -^ J •^ Chrysanthemum [floiver). Skilful. (f- _. scanty. *J jJjj Joj j Magian To abstain. fox-glove (pZ).j S^O* JOj ^^Xj 'j. Ignoble. s bright complexion. clever. o'^o). To ill-feed o. Little. lieve. ja'J\ To despise. . fornication. poor-rate. — To charge a. 0. To be thin. To misbe- ' Part of goods. To devote self tic. o. atheism. jUJI Adultery. bead-tree. ^ Abstemiousness. red clay. ^*jl To take care of.hy iflotver). "^feiiO Ochre. it -^a^jI Take as much as <^-S^~ ^ -^3 suffices thee. To have a «3>* j o ^'jj ly^j ^ JtJ . Look out P ~ *Vjj. Shackles for Legal alms. Azedarac. Sound (judgment). Jy Non-Moslem's j0 j ^ 'j^'jj jb'3 G -ii- fi> To make to shun.Ju'Jj v'iJ j a wjj j -^ To put a ring to the » CUj ^ J^ J "^ rein of a horse. i-ich. Manicheism. cj^isC:2\ — jj . ^^^ej J J( oaj girdle. Poor. Lane. Poor (man).ij. Particle of admiration. xj 'j Wattle of sheep. th. ^ jS\'Ji To reckon a. i^_Jj To put on a belt. niggardly man. ->j»Jj> _r\5u Having little Wealthy. corner. ^ -ft- Dualism. ^'j Jl jJj j j\^j i Difjitalis. Ring of a halter under the jaw. A- desires. as little. To be glossy (face). adulterine (child). theist.. Abstemious. < To o.illfei!l j^'j To look intently upon. S \'J 'j o J j To fill (a vessel). ip jjjlj j* j^ — To be niggardly towards. He looked intently at. with adultery.'s get tired -x* jjj . Harlot. niggardly. Jl.sJjJj nism. c^'J'j P To be angry. To shackle (a mule). -^ Straitness. PL Small pebbles.cri-. j'O^' jJbl Adultei^er. ving the ear slit and hanging (ewe). 0. r . to make little of. o. eC'j^ oljj — oO *^lO Adulteress. < ! ^ ^Juj j ••' j^X - Manicheism. To put a belt on a. o. juSj iG»j ^ oaIj ^ J^j-r o^X xlljj^ mules. disinte- a^j Sound intellects. To be an asce- To appraise a. Outsider. Part of the ear and lopping. 3*jb ^jl To make (the fire) to glow. — Beware. A jJ>'j\j ju» jj Ij^ j a — roughly (a palm-tree). d\ii>\ jjj J-i3 J ^' j j -r -^ Recess. of.

J^j ^ 'l^j j^j\ lion. jij iSj Bright -faced man. o. To go away. walk ahead.p To suffer from indigestion C^j a "'j (man). Intensely red. j — Jh^jjI. . Wild Milk just drawn.j1 lie. Verdigris. Put to flight._ii. s^j < Pansy. To reduce (God). To v" ^ -ft- grant (help) to a. th.Vji'ji Kidney-vetch. To grind. unsteady. ^j a J* J Quiet. To grind a . Dice of ^ojl yi'j in (man).r To shun. To (arrow). To carry away. jlaj Fat. fast. xly£ji\ ^\'y'^\ Strutting. Fat (beast). Sj s — To chide a. Ckij a-dUj -»- between two stones. Friday. Light. Beauty. The sun and the moon. to shun. Straitened. Jftl'j _>^Oji»^ j. pei-ishing. Vain. wii jjI. To be near to (death). Kindling fire for guests . •(/ Jolly man. 0. o^uJI Syij Splendour of the world. Luck in card-playing. away (wind). (a burden). To be pure. Fair woman. '^'^'j d<'j»j^\ i!fj. To disappear (falsehood). loudly. to avoid a. To — backgam- ( for jVj ) y^'j -^ To be compact Oy^j a j»3 "^ (marrow). To ba marrowy (bone). To shift ( error ) to nought fi> (the saddle) to its neck (beast)._^|j. want. o. away. th. th. mon. » ^^iSJIj ~" To make a false report to J A — a. Swift. CJjJI s^j Aim. about one shilling. To inveigh against a. To revile a. J^U Moon. JaJI To fill (a vessel). Outrunning the others (horse).t ji* i'jlj ^'ji To be scared away (horse). active. with (a spear). Slayer. tranquil. To spring forward (horse). o. Flat ground. To be full of marrow (bone). Vehement wind. Jji^j To be full of ^Ajb Ca'j o ^'j ^ marrow (bone). To hurry (the walk).To be altered (news). sweeping gait. To slander.' :c^ jCa. To flag {plant). To draw 5 ^\'j near to. Lean. heart's ease (pi).j_ Large silver coin worth J^'y 'J^j* a. A — To be ready to mischief. o.lj*3 "^ Nearly one year. Wild cow. ^'jj jij ^ Dry. -^ To bo disgusted. e'ji'j •^ Venereal diseases. ^. o.^ 5u3 o Ja3 "^ To be white and smooth.' *i^6 Flourishing (plant). Beauty. To despatch (a wounded man). a. To burst ^jii':>'j[ much. »'j»'j A flower. 0. j^tlj To wash smooth (clothes). To lie. UbJ f. 0. Oi'ange-tlower water. Whiteness. crocus. J)^ ^iiijlj — To be nimble in. To destroy a. To perish. To f^peak ^^GuJI yL'j — •!> To carry press a. To . to (evil). bull. bright. kcorus^ sweetCsijj C»^^j — overreach the mark syij To depart (soul). plain. Sj fi> Impure carbonate of soda. . _^j Venus [plniet).'' Lute. To be hostile to a. To a jLij -^ To be washed. To raise (the dust wind). o. s — To overthrow a. J Ciaj a ^3 To carry a. To pierce j£j\ through ( the target ). Ji^KP To be fat. To be greasy (hand). hosy^ j» pitable. White ^ Celebrated of Cairo. ness. Large drum. University Jjd'jj — ^j VI r^\>i\ J* J Jy^'jj <2aI3 Deep well. th. ^ j^yi To be vile. (horse). ~ To allure a. oj^aIJ ^ Bright. guitar. fair (complexion).^. To separate from. To take the lead. Cjj*j a wiij To perish. th. 0. j!i. To thrust a. jp — A — To amplify (news). purpose.

(/"'jb ^j* jJ i/^j . ^jij To form a couple with. Falsehood. despise. jlj -tta person). o. ^ To To lie. Caiu VjJai. To sow discord ^jj Ca-jj o ^Ij between. Grease.l>!l «.^ /^yj ^'j>\ To visit (a place. To be doubled. (Sjj o aIJ ^ To with provisions. n — To do good to a. o. To render a. To improve. To set a. Sulphuric acid. oW-jj t ^fjj -^j -fy-j -C^/j'jj ^Ijj Wedlock. ships. th.J3J c y\y ) ^j smell. \j ilijl^ A provisions. They form a pair. <»j ilj Fresh plant. spouse. self-conceited. White vitriol. To toss (a ship waves). To make void (a testimony). to flouTo assume colour (daTo grow up (child). self-conceited 5 — little of. a jjj aright. Vanity. hundred. o.^j BUie vitriol. sulphate of (>»s!' 9r'j Bad perfume. o. »Uj j^'j Travelling. To remove. with i iijlj ^jj provisions. oj 5 — Amount.To counterfeit. with. olj Self-conceited. To take off (an evil : To shake (a devpy plant To light (a lamp). Civet. To be proud. to pay a visit. . -lij »x» To ask. ^j lj> ^ ijj^j Sil^j *l> ^j ^ Bright-faced (man). proud. 1^*3 o comrade. if. Ijljij Sjljj J Ijljjj A pair. breasted. Flowery (plant). «Gkjj \je>jj I^J o \»j -tt- ^Ij)) ir'iji !r To te). lie. shine (lampj. Conjecture. of iron. ^ ^j ^'j To be discovered To supply o. j — To be coupled (expres. th.ij!l sulphate of copper. To journey watered (camels). Splendour. To move (a fan). to turn ^ jUjb jJjb ~ fi> To marry a. 'g(. Fetid smell of fat meat. ^ sSlj^. Class. couple. To o Uj God). to make Aj » ^/>Jb — ~ : Wife. -^ To increase. Husband. supply a. : : (pride). ^ G-j} o ^IJ -STo depart from. To collect (cattle).. One of wife . i To pay visit to one another. th. » — To displace a. To brandish (a stick). to seek after iljtj. ^Jlj To mingle with a. o. » ^'i'j\ To look scornfully at. To provide o. To » %-\j\ ^\j\ achieve a. 'V^jAjj Si^'j To blossom. To marry into (a tribe).\j'/j a jj^ . a oW-jjj tjj couple. To scatter. To render a. To ^j1 grow up (palm-tree). to be coupled. o. ojj srijb ~ To marry (a woman). -^ Pair. To falsify a. ?>o j^lj^ !!i> ViJ^J rish (plant). a couple (ojop. To be crook. after being a pair. J^ «_pj » » ^33 To couple a.'s self with (a A ijj. o. (drowsiness). To bind the fore jjj SjG J. letter) fi'om. rhyme). th. jjVf) To deviate.sij/jlj iljjl provisions. j\ *J^\Ji\ ^0 ^jj 9rJJ ^'j Stinking fat. to'ji 'yj^ -ft- of men. Mari'iage. To incline.th.^j. Coloured date. fi'eshness. To raise (a figure mirage). Useless. o. » j\j\ — To address (praise) to a. sulphate zJ^Vj ^ ^IJ P aside from. to. To be hit on the head by. To show reguarJ to (a guest). appraise (dates) roughly. to boast of. -^ To exaggerate a. To incite a. Stores. ruin.rJljJ sion. Sj ^ jl^Jlj to the * \j\fj jij hind-girth of a camel. Blossom Splendour. Provisionl)ag. To grow. To pair. Overthrow. Green vitriol. a match. -r^jK To become reddish (dates).'self (disease). o. finery. about a hundred. to cease. ^ To become proud (man). To embellish a. wind).^jijlj . th. th. To 5 ^^h 2^ creep in a.

J'3 D Threat. lord. anxiety. used as a medicine. to pay a Sjj visit. To break a journey for a while. j/j 5il4i.'j^ -r jQj.^ Animated being.r-^^ Gx'easy matter of the wool ». {m. Sjjj Wry. Jtjj Shce of meat. One time. JJjjj ^ Sun-dial. To A Jl^jlj Jlj^j Jjj suppress a. oVjj ^ <)jj Lively. s. The Tigris (river). th.. Emotion. To decline from truth Starless night. (town). th. fore to the hind-gu'th. strength. To urge To discuss an affair together. s3j. custom. ans. To cut (a slice of melon) for.jj > To be sprained (limb). Bountiful. Declining of the sun. To remove. Quiet-silver. pi-) j'/j /b jjj — JO "^ JjjO ill Phantom in sleep. Vljj — The shade went away 'j^\ js^j Jij ^ jf i Large j\i% s^j^j j\j'j] ^ xj. 5 — To turn a. foolish. Softness of M'/ji 'kx'jj '^jj'jj "^^j'jj "^jj To pass away. to Oitjjj ^'/j o f. — j. Gymnastics. Forgery. Bird's crop. th. To decline (sun). To ask »jjl^ a. Party of people. CijJ o ^0 ^ To drag the tail (pigeon). 'ojVj friend. Resoluteness. Use. Rope binding the Visit.jij^j jj^j Oij<j -rj)} A single visit. ^ Jj^j Jjj To persevere in. To perish. JdX J iijjj To deviate. off. j/y^. CVjjj Vjjjj VljJ ~ To be advanced (day). To be witty. Leaning. Wonder. motion. th. decay. Pilgrim. End. To adorn. A'y/j Bagdad mage. '^jjj '<ijj . Prudence. Women. Falling night.ljJ ^^ :cJlij -^j x'UJj Hunted game. (in speech). Silver vessel. Sprightly. To incline a. ^ Perjury.j j/jj Falsehood. -^ (a beast) Tomb cA'jCy ?r J^y of a santon. to cease. Deep Visit. th.J_^2j"~ Pilgrimage. iJljjj iijJ-J Ji-'-J J'j He was moved by fear. Hawk. Trial. (well).'s self along. f. son. to embellish (speech). Phantom in sleep. To remove a. of a melon. ^ Wretched.\'j *r *5jj< -}i- Fom'th part of a. Visitor of women. PerJijjl ^ Jjj ^ Aj » \t. th. C)jj>b ^ Forcibly. To drag o. To become lively. Policeman. from. Sj'^J- at noon. JJ. Dainty. May he perish! {curse).\j -fr transitoiy. long >. away fi-om truth. S jll^l. Jji^ JljJlj^ To part from. Slave. porous jar.J ^j'j^ JiU To prosecute a. Bow. Wonderful. ~ Master. o. Idolatry. Place of pilgrishrine.0 J. the Cikojjj fejj o J -ft- Festivals of Jews and Christia garment. o^ false testimony. Intellect. o. (beasts) roughly. To paint. jjj Idol. woman. Crookedness of the sides.^^l JJ. j/j j ^ -rj/j Squint-eyed. clever To come To drive off (flesh). fi>'i\jj. shoulders in walking. Lie. th. oVSjjj iS'jj -«• Proud demeanour. jOj »'jjXjj 00 Upper part of the breast. Music-hall. Amalgam To move of gold and Jj^ljj quick-silver.0 "^ with the bridle. Stars. oblique. JjJlV" j. To retire h ^ "^j'jji %'j o JC Jij Flax. To gild a. th.j jU j. iJljj o To displace a. ^ Wi jj'j\ ' To produce a. distinguished ^j'J (youth). from (a place). oC»lj ^ *>0 Hyssop {plant).'jj o f. To pull (a camel) with the rein. Calumny. Brave. Commotion. He shuddered. ^ jj\'j swerve from. by compulsion. Visitor. J3j.jjj visited He him as a iL-ssiJl "i'jij.

i» it •^_i -u J Copal. r'> To do wrong . oil. boisterous. ^y^ — ?j To a xl^'J k'j~ '<JiJ ^ To write the letter j To adorn o. oljjj a. j ojjJ b'jj bj'j Tares. Seasoned with oil. to augmenL Cj\'j\Z. J~J. i) Oil Ca) ^Ijjl made with iron. (un. Excos. v^^'j ) Oyij Indigestion. To exaggerate in (speech).! . to take away.sity. .^. Dealer in ^ cC j cj'j^ Oily (blood) as in pleurisy. Fashion custom. iSJfj Daring. Hedge-hog. meat. against o. ^G j1 ^ «j j. to stray. fi> ojj ojj. (Geom). a. ^ c-ij «^*3 Castoi'-oil. To have much oil. ^*ui — To increase (price). th. C-4jI To outbid another (in an auction). : Triangle. To remove. To retire. To exaggerate (a narration liar). To discard (her veil woman). Short man.lj Angle. Washing. -^j t^j^ Place of retirement. Small mosque. J — May God load him with Gti '^t olj blessings Briskness. To increase a. o. They bade oljl xiLiil jtj ^1 J IjojI^ To be anointed with oil. J^jVl o>^* j Pagod. <• Religious bene- oUlij «• r-tj ^ diction.^^^'^j c^j' Mason's string. (f- 3**'' They are moi'e than a hundred.\ il^jl To take a. South-easterly wind. jj'j ^ Olive-oil. for the commodity. ij^'^^ Is'j r^^ CilJ/^J Like thee. dress. to pass away. Brisk. to viJ'^v'J"^ heap up. To r-\y\j . Calamity. Olive-coloui-ed. To ask. Copious water. Olive.wood otijiJI cJiJ Juice of fruits. Like. To tumn (horse). To seize. -^ Any oil.j jj t/ 'j i r-'j be unjust. Devil.llr»« v^lj ^iJI — J^ ~ '. o.()\>'^'jj C>-jIjj (kp"J i ^0 * 'j be remote. resinous substance. ^'/y^ To exceed a. -^ Harness. It is ^G jl ^ ^3 . garb. th. To complain of a.Cijj ^ *ij. To retire in a corner. To'increase. Idol. dwarf. to take away. ^ — Olive-oil. jjj\j ^Sj'Ji Corner of a house. To discard <> oUjjo'Jjj oUj. Lapis Judaicus used as collyriiim.ij j . Stranger. Oiled. to give in surplus. To exceed (a price). th.'j « Cj'J essence. Fright. Hospital. A (x/J i olj ^ straddle (she-camel). Aj i jjj To approach one another. from. Asylum. Adver. adorn. To give oil to. in excess. Astronomical i!»j J P tab] OS. Appearance. i jj'j -ik- Born in au- 'j^jiJj To conceal (a secret). Vile. ^ ^/j -^ seeds. C)y. To ask. To anoint with oil. * ijj <>• j jw j Strong. To dress Cyj 4j deck. * How? ^3 J*' ° a To remove. itj s ^\'j] exactly the same. To increase. to a. th. To jTj To put oil in (food). To carry away. fi>j ^ d'j ~ To put oil in (a lamp). folded. with oil. olive-tree.wail Wild ( \)la nt). olijl. Enmity. J SjfJ^ — To supply a. iSj^^ To be contracted. a a In fashion. streak. ?j1»?J1 — . jyj\j jj'Jj iSj'j To discard. •^ <>• Square (instrument). th. procession. jG. to Gu. to seek an increase ilji^l Linseed-oil.— 2f Increase . A — To the give benediction of the rv Blessed Sacrament. in a garb. as. To be reviled. How do you do? dijj d To agglomerate. to seek oil. collect a. addition. To rule (paper). ^ ^\j\ ^ Line. th.'s self. v'Oj oO * ~ Widow. olive-tree. -s^j^a XljVj •^ ^ Obtuse angle.

j. liver.' To redress (wrong or A Aj n Ai 3 Dismem- ^ *^lX crooked). ligament of the let- jSii\ ci\iX herself and daub j^ 'Jj jj j her eyes with collyrium (woman). To be trimmed (spe- Deviating. Collar of a shirt. sweepy. Feast.jij j1 Horse-twitchers. collar to (a fi> — Jlj -H- Midriff. a Carrion- oU^j. oIjj'j y. fj'j To be dec. < — ^j -fr To put a. J^'j from. barnacles. oUb c^ j i To mislead To deck an (woman). Doubt. Ornament. To make. ^ ^'j Cock's comb. -^ To be a. To separate. excess. To incline. Width between the Ingenious. ( T\ o ) ^3 Too much. /bj S To separate (people). skilful. th. by JU'jJJ Si[yt J Cj* J a i ^\'j yell. to remove To disperse.^3 * devia- '~Sy>l j) CUjJj CiT one word. (horses). ryj jC j.'j Oi'nament. shrieker. Lion. To put a shirt). Feathers.^. \jS jj cJ X ^J 1 r'i'jl cJ j.3 * To be abashed at. 0. ^orou. To adulterate (money). compact or dismembered (flesh). JljiVj Jjj fi^j J j i^ill To twist the lips of : n jf'j (a horse . th. Increa- ^ SJj.CbC Shouter.i3j '' Small jOj r- o Ji JJ i^>. To be allured. to shriek. in To remove a. ^'jj olj j\l'^] To be bad. To decline (sun). To J i j. Beauty.^ ^'S>j >Ju j ney) spurious. Mason's string. to discontiime. 1 < Auction. th. ol3 Beech-tx*ee. J^j j_> Beautiful (moon).>l'j a Jij ^ I have not ceased doing it. jlj. to remain apart. {fiPP' to ^y^ ) Jj j^ Large water-skin. declare (mo. .OjiOlib J^ ^ ei'vj j Strutting.s jar used as strainor. j CJa^' 'jWaVj^ 1.. worshippers of the devil.Iljl Jij'lj ^l. j. from. -^ Illumination. C» Medicinal plant. f. bered meat. Injustice. attire.0 "^ be troubled To separate Slice of flesh. jj\j'j 5jj!<j <• J Si^j)^ bad coin.) j/i Derivative (verb). hills. -^ Barber. ornament. U Zeyd continues standing. . Al-^' 'k. jjj To To To hush a. ^* j7j Ojj'3 . ^ H . The always Existing (God). u^'S^I *^'J\ nails or skin. j:/2\ ciG jJI vJj>>^ ters included in the words Lf-j^ju iiiS j.l jj xil3 i « Al'3 -K- ech). ^ jji of a wall. To dispraise (a speech). o\j'j Coi'nice oC j'lj t-j'ij.Oa^jl o\'i'j\j^ %. t ^ J Decorator. te. 0.^'Jcc'J ked. To drag fi^ its tail (pigeon). Feast of x^j^ the Nile.Q* j ^ ^jjI adorn. ol'ji. spurious (coin).» f. a Beautiful.*! Co' J olj -^ adorn. — To strut. adorned. Declination. iXS\ cJj. Diseases of the hair. crow.O^l* l^'J Jlj '^ I To deck The augm mutative and iv-i.\j\ display herself fj^'f. Cupper.OJ rioiis. To be ^jj^ ^['J (sight). farrier). ^ thighs. rash. To let (bloodshed) unavenged. 0. perplexity. to sweep ^'"^'ji iVj (man). sea-onion. To To . i Jlj a strait. 0. To waddle (camel). quiet (camel). -^ To shave a. to deck fi^j 5 i'ljl. a. J^i jt> s JA'j J/ jJ j'A'Ji Squill. jii j^ To cease.\j a. public sale. Rook (bird). Silent. to embellish. jA'yj iKy ^ 'iiSy Yezldees. 0>iJ. (x/'j — To leap (a wall).^ J. oCj jl'j se . -^ To be shaven. *i desisted not to urge Zeyd until he jujj did it. -^ Strait.

{J:. o.Jquestioned. Leather-bag. To throttle a. jllil ju«j To remain. JC -W- To run. ju: Far-reaching aim. /b — "^j-^j uj^j J>. Inquisitive.'s self y.L split (palm-bark). J^S-^'C -ft- He is responsible for JUJ the compact. to curse. To tear (a garment) by straining. To drink the remainder of of water. 0. weary. (_» li UL To become intricate (business). a cX^ -ft- Beggar. * Jul ^ jll3 (a beverage).i-. Hair of the tail.jUj JVj ^Au j. Pangs. Leather-skin.ijj^ ^ oli Good manager of cattle. To reopen (wound). To abuse grossly. wound.C r\'\ ) .^j - request.^ j. s iSU j iSu: a ilX -fr To be ill from the use of salt water. Asked. LA^j fi> — To chap (lip). To spear the anus. •^ To beg alms. Loathing. To ^Jiij be occasioned. ^ ^j^^^ Fine sand at the foot \'^ ^ liJC-. To widen (a skin).]j . I ^ -^ about a. ^u: '\ water. CU a i^U j l^l. /b . 5"5TJj $jIj:j x3X:j ibj'Ji^ a jU-w- To question a. J a — To abuse a. Want. To hock (a horse). o. Jj^j ^jAi Jt-^ Question. JC^ oCV^ Skin for honey. . o. ^ of a hillock. of a. To be J>\1j\j. to ^\'^ ) Ji^ tei'rogation. To leave the balance of (an ^ JCl^ account).: ^ Responsibility ^L-_) v» V^j C»Umj l»Li. ii? . X'^ ^^ iLH. JjCij J«UJ t etition. th. requesting. *c To chide. jui Chapped. Great drinker of water. o. a Joathe. with (drink). affair. to ui"ge (an ass). To ^. vjlj J^j .J. ^121 Disease from the use of salt To To iiy. He granted ^f'jtuJj i. -^ To carry on a petty trade. o.. aim./i<^ U^ To ask a. kjul* Asking. o. Purpose. . To ijj ^S'j S "CuV—f JjU"J ask a. To find the means occasion a.. - To prepare furrows for (water). to 5 ire---' C-^ L* »- Remainder Remainder be jjJ. \j\z.r. To leave (a re- fi> JiJ. .L. ^\S. o. To cut a. chapped around the nails (hand). ^j^j ^ .^r a.lSlx aaJuL To M'alk day and night.J>i j iJ^JL iful to bim his petition. th. jliI To drink. to be residual. on. ^ To sland.A X^iji^ ^. Problem. ojJ — Fatherland.il. j GXl I. th. To cut. o.— To gorge o. . o iL: -»- mainder of wine) in a vessel. to be digusted at. In(opp. \j\:i. J — in sj of youthful vigour.-^Responsible. Questionm'. will depart. o+iJ' ^s. To seek a living. th. ^ Jul *^*ll-» J*U- Prefixed to the aorist of a verb is the sign of the future.^:Z. \ZAl^ To strangle a. to ? t\s. Palm-branch. \ji y^i *^j-^j Cry for chiding an ass.: To purpose a. a. a disgust a. th. residue of food. Large skin.>J To strangle a. ll* Side of the throat. 5 of.. s — To be prepared (means). Sj^ -ft- Lj: — To CjL: a ^ji^ j Cs*U a jL. CU a . j-jy^ .V '_^ Jll3 To ask 0. question. qnestions. to s CUL a ^J\^ -ft-tt- death. a _. jl i) death.i-i -ft- ^. a — To excite enmity between.

Hair vl^'V. To To alter (the » j To put on a black gown . To cut. •^ Gross abuse. ji_ o — To revile o. Wine-mei'chant.lJ» Fore-finger. -« (wine) for personal use. th. tXx^j '11-. To discharge (urine). Anus. t '>-^ Mountain-patli. (evil). c. X-h Dead.< Bold. Lethargic slumber.'s self up to To be flayed (skin).J^ » To give o. ik\ /Jas War ammunition. To become Piece of cloth. *:!. To cut o. fit ^'. t_.\j purchase iC^j \y^ a \'. wC*-- To strip off (a skin). occasion.:-j tu-i'c^'\ Kind of marisli-mallow used as ^L! a tan. (drug). \\^Z. Cau.l J xjiufovj-j U— To swim To busy <j J in (a river). ^A^'P An'ithum gmveolens. SlL-'j ijlllj "U^-^j *<~iJ v-^ Swearer. cj^^ UjI Club (at cards). nJlL -C^JL Shame. To flog a. 'Cl'il. Piece of thin Space of time.finger.\ Reviler. . o. U^^Z. lethargic. a21>J Choice camels.. To take a false oath rashly. Rope.< morous (woman). heat). means. * tl. Much reviled (man). c^^\j Cj/^ ^ ^-^ Saturday. o. o^-i Calamity.:xl Sword. Sabbath-day. To fi> \'JiZ. To die..)-c^^ P Rest. 'i ijk~j P13S. jc- — U-I. To submit to. a.::: a rCJ^ &. Time. ClacX^^ ^ J. v-^j *^'r-- Abusive language. to keep the Sabbath (Jew).\ :i_ (the head).^ <~jj^ Sloigh of x!yi 'j^wJi 'ill.. c4Basket. j XiC^j C>. of hair. Any tanned skin. yJ^\ *. livelihood. curse. pedlar. Purchase of wine. In a swoon. of hanging ^.. ^---^ To be lethargic to swoon.se. disgrace.. To enter upon Saturday. Bold child. Motionless. Peg. Reviler.] pn-sed away for over. To o ^^-^ -Svxl^ cease from work. Tribe of Yemen. Palm-sunday. To be poured (water). stuff. i^jd ^ '^^ To keep the Sabbath. a. o.^ ^ Se^^-^j S?cr-i without sleeves.!) i_.se a. t^C^j '.-l^l Means. ^ (face). sei-pents. forelock. Fore.JkZ. trade. To let ^ . Entering c^-^' u^jon the Sabbath. tj. ^ilji ^Qj shake skin : (the hand ). '-JJ^^^ oC-J-l C'\L\ To To torpify a.»_^i^.'s own ^z^ r* . a. Soft. ^— To use a. Addicted to sleep.t v-i->-^ of a horse's mane.-- -jl- ^^1^ be curled and dependant (hair). ripe (dates). ijiLi Jj I <> Petty tradesman. Plait of hair.^4-^~r-~-' "^ Black globules of jet. o. th. J'C-. . To shave fi> — i Turban. Leopard. Sabbath da)-. To take rest. To be oblong z^'i\ ripe (date).\. Th ^ day and the uight.*s self in o. Excellent horse. Wiue. Road. Week. (the hair) To behead hang down. dill {pl(i. o.z. ^JiHJ^ To give vent to (water). fire. God has cut -^ his life.s\::4-^"<^J ^^'^ be stretched. tail. 'CI. J u^i^ Insult. A week's time. to stop a. lit : liamstringer.^JLX P Black gown ^'. *j{L1'j Remote journey.\'. as means foi". To enter. C:. IjUJ To expo. Seller of black garments. cyil-» To flay (a skin).I. s'UJL To be the cause of. Woman's veil. Shaven.^vi ^l^U^ On account of that.0-1^ Curls hair. Pitch coal. To be confused. < To Extensive. ^-. abuse.::_> cX^'-^j *5I^j c-I^ I remained some time.^L^ ^a^C. Pei'iod. Space of time. Artful. to reviling.

Internal state of a. Scattered feathers. o. Root. Enmity. Saline (land). To be profuse in (speech). canticle. To sleep. To run (horse). i^Z. <> allay (heat). Heads of the thistle '^^a'j He is a sharp thief. C? v. jil:: ^ To be fi'ee from ^4-. jZ^ • To dig (the earth). To try to determine a.^1 To fall motionless. jlZ..S^j-^ (a To probe ^ Ships.Cj ^ x'>.'s hair). j^W "^ Loosened i^x^ ^ {un. Misfortune. Daring. Great swimmer Good runner. to sound (a well). evil) from. To Poor. way. To suffer from fever. Likeness.C-. Jj 5 ^^ To make a.IX .^ X-^C^i <54-- ground. Excellent date. (the A jCJAj ^S'X. r'^^^rf-- ^ . To praise.! ^ ial-^ Lank. art of swimming. Good swimmer. The All-Glorious Hymn. ji\ 43! j ob--— *i.^^^y^ ^'jy^ Cool morning. garment. Jewish tribe. wretched. good looking. Stars. Fine cloth. Probe wounds. Brightness of the face.'s hair). jC-l-l ^ -^. To glide To travel J - far in (a land). to glorify God. Coat of mail of good workmanship.. Black iCj. ^p — Grand-son.\^Z. j't--1 Ju-. To beg. Fore-finger.sp (hair). To shave hair). olol-- ju-L Linen-stopper for a Tall. 5 ^1J. Ja. hair. To leave off the anointing of (o. To cleave to (the ground). sjjCjLj jJU:: Natation. ^v^^J* 5- **=?-. Abundant raiu.>~-' -8- Handsome. th. Moslem beads. Glory be to God God is far from such imperfection Swift-running horses.^ To abate (heat). anger). slate. Cuttle-fish . To reach a saline soil (by digging). Wild swallow. j>Jj:_. ^L^S^^^i^L a -r._j ial-'l To overlook (an affair). Sjjr-- J^ J. zj^jis. To be at rest.1 He does not possess anything. .cJ?ll (throbbing). To cease ^.! ta. Ja. Lion.Z.^ 9-4--' :cii^lJ Strong (garment). To remain speechless from fear. To be abundant (rain). Remains tank. iAalZ.^ C T\A ) JL- (shaven hair).To cast her young ones (ewe). ^ jl-^ The majesty of God. Green water-moss. Souls of the faithful. ol^P ?. To wind (cotton ). Lu:. To be saline (soil).j ~ fine appearance. To be maiCS^i ^t^i nured.J ^-^ o rC^ -Jf work. lank (hair). ^_^Dlj ^^iij) ^w. Beads used by . A — Wolf. ^ i^Jt'L: Leopai'd. Colour. xU^ ) ^^^a-^ cotton. jl^ 4-Thou art treated as I am. To be weak. of herbage. lagoon. Manure. - Cjjjy- Beardless boy. -SiC. iSg o )a'. Saline. J. . To say Glory be to God. forth To jL^ To appear . (thistle). not cri. o jC. -r^j^i cjW^ j ^-t Invocation. to be destitute (man). to swim.Z> To be liberal (man). for Christians.'\ ^ al_. ! oi*I-i Jp^\j S-jy^ o Ji^ -8wound) .u. conjectui'ally.^ Ll^ 'm To cool (heat. Prayer. th. To sleep deeply. ink-fish. To comb and let down (o.* — To manure. Bare desei't. in (the sky : star). To spread (tribe). Beauty. ^-^ Swampy ^C. .L -^ To grow shoot feathers (chick). To dispel (fever. ^*— -rC^^ To be loose. juj Vj alJL iJ C» Leather garment. <> (God). To go off.3* Little of goat's hair.C Writing-tablet.j Ci\ Bad omen. Little.

J| To cast hairless foetus (beast)..). tjLZ. To overcome. o.' :ikCJ- Seventy. to rob a. seventieth. Loosened haii'. with goods (God). Corridoi'..! judgment. J9i. septuple. j?U J| compete with a.j/a.l?J. Dang-hi!l. Abundance of rain.. r^^i to a. life. To hurry (camel). child. th.'s self towards.-^Lion. To be seven Serious ^JXll^ /^^ j> *il. Arabian Seventh. To frighten a. o. outstrip J'^ attacked by a wild beast.i race with.^^a^. .U-j ^ . To perform the rites of abluf. Seventh part. Tall.jl Fever.jC-« oll^QUj vaulted passage. ^ (garb). -^ S . p^il a Week. boots. to o. Jt * — Wearing a long coat of mail. Slave- ^l/ down. Tail. in. ^ Abundance.L1? Land abounding with beasts prey. To fill a. Ja-vUl The Septuagint. To be abundant (wealth). J . (man). To complete 700 men. full. -J*^ of prey. (affair). Copious (rain). Seven times. ^d ^ of p. To revile a.t ^yj^\ *. _»i«sfTo be the seventh Aj 5 ul^ a . To water (camels) every seventh day.«• extended. not crisp (hair). th. fi> wager — To steal. Ample (coat of mail).jji»yvi_^. To steal a. j:l)| Female of a wild beast.L.I itj-^j Lank. th.!:. o. lie L-jt}. bite a. To have /LI I To or» ^ - outstrip a. (people). kind oG:^:^) — of dodder.UJ. cSJSn'r-Proud. Seven.| . to Jl^ s lol._^j. o. To be seven flocks number. i)- To kill. UglyoU^. To wash. be ^ wolf). o. Long (tail). Lioness.— Seventh part.kU. •^ Dog. Place of the last ^.. precede. To extend (rain). Sweepings. F. libei-al ^a3l jl otpl Ji. Arfwnfttm. sevenfold (God). Wedding-feast.^^j fi> ^ ^ stranded rope. sJlLl:: Enormous (camel). Springing ciy}^ w forward (lion).IX ._> xil:!. To in "6 (s-C^j 'xZ^Li . jlj. To make a seven- ^— To direct o. Of a fine stature. ^_u :Uj'Cw To reward a. Born at the se- venth month.. Forsaken born. o. xh\Lj>j GC-. *ilX- Cluster of dates. To neglect (a slave). pea-shooter.^CJL Air-cane. To give an heptagonal shape to. Bastard. Tufted (tree).JU. February (month). j. Complete (benefit). Mail of a helmet ^117 ^ :i-lj j ^-17 protecting the neck.lx A— To make a. To divide a.:L Cuscuta epithymiim. To devour (sheep To j^ : To long ^h'^ *^ f^ (garment). To be ^:j. o..^\ tion. l. to. To hasten towards. lS^^^-j Heron.1 ^ ^LL Bountiful. Full-grown (man). bii'd y. scai'e (a wolf).:Lj Jail. Lupus (conv<e//). To feed a. To To To To cast abortive young (ewe). :. *i*j^il Shoes. To be infested by wild beasts (road). ^ tU-^ • ^ij: o>ij. Seven spans high. To revile. To enlarge (a garment).Cj.:- ^ l^CC a Seven-lettered. To reiterate an action seven times. (a vessel) 7 times. o. sweeping gait. Easiness of Trailing (clothes). maiden-hair (. th. with the flesh of a s — wild beast. receive or to give a ^_^ ts give (a child) to a nurse.-1^ -Sof. Lying on the ground (camels). Long hanging hair. To a. Thistle U" ' '^^ when green. Daring. o. To bring forth at the seventh month. sevenfolds. oji^ *d^r^l tribe. To shackle •& (a bird).

JC_j ^ iiix Sixty. ^ Means jii ^ Yellowish turtle-dove. taken as captive. ear of corn. Women's wrapper. by words. Forlorn uxlll crl God has manifested shame. to a. tears). ^ *U.: ^ iSLc. ^ (''i-/0 J. Doctor. Sea-pearl. (God). Covert.\'yZ. 'z^ Six. of access. Veil of black silk. Public fountain. cavalry. 'Dotavdly (old man). 0. jTUj Wood carried by a '^j -^j torrent. dXi. i^cJj SoiL-l ^ itJ-t professor. ? "^ To o Jl-^ -Ji- To dedicate of snakes. o. Lady. captive. to j* (tC^j CsCL: . Ingot. path. Anteriority. iLi^ jl:. White of the eye (disease). Dung. th. To dote (4^1 (old man). To take ^ J>A_l|j. Modesty. To be beaten X^L (road). foundry. To melt. curtain. Captive (man or pious uses. ]j to allege. th.'s self. Thou hast no plea j. Long-lashed eye. moulded (metal). :ijiZ. Apoplectic fit. P To veil . flock. Clj . o. th. Previous. — He has the upper-hand in cj'^\p i^ his designs. dAlUjl. The leopard.- To put out ears (crops). C-- •• Mustache. Rain 2^ ^r jt . jCj. Woman Secundiue. Women. To J^zJi\j JiLi\j JLJi on that account. '>— !r J'. Ear of it — breeding. 2 Spinage. Unseemly language. Exported wine. mould (a metal). Vice. in its fall. . To speak or act hastily Stake laid in JC_1' in :C^ — silk.' \ JUlong mustaches. Earth of a mole-ho!e. jjiL ^ J{^ ^~i j5 ^ We ought to do so. To shed To hang down (o'. Master. Camels for -«- To -<> weai'y a. 0. cedence in it. Pilgrimage. To be veiled. Veil. To let Numerous .fU-j ulj.i_. a.j TiijLij H^ Sixth. jiixJ. iUC. down (a veil). . The Angels. uj— -ii- cnJ. winner (horse). corn. Fear. Road. woman).1 a race. juAlways ahead.'- To make one another captive.\ iou Much trodden (road). Party of travellers. fit — Produce of flocks. i dx'^ -» To captivate (the heart \ fi>j i JJ. a.CJ ^ dClJ To stretch o.ioT JiiJ ti'aveller. way. path. 0I CLu: iLi. ^ Melting-house. To be' JC. \\ 'inner in a o^iiCj race (horse). Spahi. Shield. Nose. Sixtieth. To be melted. Cj^-l Dotage of an old man. I have no respon\'Sa j "p.shaii"). Fore-part of the beard. ( for zj^ ) ot-mistress. Jul ^^ Ji\^ olijlDl Horse-race. To -wear a veil of black (r»>U_: oi^ ) Jr Jr^'j jJUlj HavingjlJj jll^j jlLij jjj/ji:. Aj s J{Lj .'s self.1 To contend together a race. He has the pre- iCu' J ^ijUj jL:. . Sepoy. ^jJS j^ j^ j^ to conceal a. Spike. his i^t^ ^\ Road. Captives.}.j^ sibility It viO ^J conceal o. screen. o J\~ Holy war.C. To estrange a.::. -Htall (girl). To carry (-^-ine) to another country.\y{Z. drop (rain. To I'each (water) by digging. Grand-mother. Ordinances of God. Slough '^ ^ [^ CCj: To revile To allow a. Jesses.Oil Desire of leai'uing. (tears).

j jtl. curtain.^ ^ lowly.Languid Os-i^^j ola>. Clear tank. intercourse & . To put a collar to (a 1 Water-spring. Constantinople. \ eil. jW'^K J^. 5rU-- j<:Z ^ rvn^S To bow down to bo lS_^?t_l o Jc-.' . water). to hasten.s). J^l Swollen foot. To j%. jUi:J| . meek.^j lay out the warp i . .. Oysters. droll. jjt'^j s?J..2 heat (an oven).\ J — (woman). of four mithcals. ycZ. ycZ^ o JiJL in drops (tear.C.0^ I Ti'ack of a road. Bloodshot colour of the eyes.CjJ ^ oi. i^rj: Uil* To swell (sea). Forehead. ^ (rM "i^t^iJLj "i^yJL ) Covering. VJ-"''. _^J.L ^ True Place friend filled by a torrent. chaste. To cast down o. Gentle. ^ Turkish single-breasted coat. r::-^ Bowing. ^ fi> Root of an old tree. stooping. To bow the head.!. o. Fine. veil. Worshipper. To lower the head (camel). o. jL.'s looks before a. To fill (a * — river . The Concealer Buffoon.l ^ i'jU. a>.^ o'J^J^ "a'Jr-^i Water Fuel. Bent (tree). oSs-Cl Place of worship . C iy^ \ a. To have friendly with. Covering^ loiJi a J^Ji. the body prostrated in prayer. j^\'^ ^ jy>.^ -tf Opposite. Filled. adoration. Jy. a. curtain. filling a river. Pudical. pearls). To be swollen (foot). 5 JjL^ j . j->S^ C- Bloodshot Lion.>l>: mosque.-n— 5» jii-- disposition.sliip (God).-^ . Swollen (sea). i&t_:. To •li^-'U 1 5 strike on the buttocks oC::Jl1 *^^J *^J o dog). th.^--. size... To To hurry. Weight J ULlj jjiUl ^ jUu:i. P (God). 0. a Jifollow one another. evening-service.j . Understood {pronoun. jj^-^j o/'-^ j:l1. j^ Spui'ious silver. Narrow I'oad. d^^j oy^ 5- J=-^ Rubbish of a. -f^ Any i-a^jj Sibt-L carpet. To be filled (cup).^ SIa^U (eye). Pai-ts of j^. o groans (she-camel).>\. Natural i»-j»JLli^ ^yfiLij jS^ "k ej^-*-.. screen.l. -« To prolong her j^UJ^j \'JkZ. Sj(::J. i^Jj-j ^ a> V/^. (eye). T6 ^1 To To follow a. Measure. JiilJ' SkZ. To bow down befoi"e a. To give vent to (water).»u« To follow in a file (camels). well proportioned.. •<>• Cji'jy^ i J^-^--^ 5r Not well-off (man). j\Z. Vulture.o^j 9-4JL Vespers. s ^1 xjvx^^l P To track Buttocks. Prayei--carpet. J. Gs i>?w To stow (goods).-b-j.CS ^ j. P -ft- To come out in a file. To escape successively (beads. Prostration. Pudical.. Iron collar for dogs. 0. J. . To J — wor. Easy (walk).7i. J^^\ J!>?«~» Heated.° Four. To heat (an oven).

To l^iJL G^ ^ garment. Gift. Handsome (face). Present. Piece of ^c*-. quiet. j>!^i . j> rhyming prose. To split a. th. from speech. To pour out..with. Jj>LI. To fill a vessel. much water. Hell-fire. To conceal (grief). Violent. Uisfcr? J '"V?'--' o >»?^ "^ (tears.. <> Fringe of a cruJ— ^WttJ^?6— Perpetual. Flask-case._3tAfr . Leaf ^ ^yr-^j A of willow. Jj^j JW^- . '\'^ tend with. A Clii-lj '^.>?«-^j (^^ i o — — water). To pour down (a liquid). sitiou.j ^ I water. tears). Cjy?»43l c^A J^?^. To speak absolutely. water). Straight f^> forward.^ ^i. : Allowable. To prolong her groans C^-. Rhyming. Still ^^l. J^j 'Ui--J. Shedding tears (eye).fcljlj . (water). calm. Using rhyming prose. Tear. rouse (the people). o. silver J>C:^ ^ J*ii-^ P ingots. To coo^l. Curtain. \aJi.a ic>jL (she-camel) its twang (bow).?. to cons Vbt--j h^\lJ J^U fii (she-camel). prison. o_y>J' t o^tr To be thin-waisted. To compete. JiJ.^ !>?»-writ. to vie together.I. ^ o^*^ Stream coming down a Trench hill. oy?*. To be dark (night). To stink (water). o. judicial record. o. ?. vai'ious chances. <> Riot. Veil. will never iL>^j J?>go to him. pursuit. Sausage. Gentle wind. asso- /tosJJj . •<>• To be stirred (people). th. Portion of the night.^--^ -r *f>?--—'J» ^1.O> (water. — — To shed (tear. Turbid. <>- To Zj fi> ^jJ^ Tearful (eye)._j (dove).j_i3s. turbid Ci^ a o-?^ -R(water).^i. To dig a for a palm-tree. th. Bucket filled J *— J>0 J?«^l. Great Strung ( pearls).J?«-- To be vei-y fat ^ ^ > r * r • (ewe). o. jc — To vie. Abundant (spring). ^'J>. j_. To (trench)* ^%. 0. fii wi?i-llj ^jipe-i^J ^ Udb^ a let down (a cui'tain) Gaol. Bountiful man. War has Archivist. Large (udder). Stir. •<>• Archives. down rJcJlj (y . Ts » y^ J?t-^ ^ prolong her cry (she-camel) ' To shroud (a corpse). To shed (tears).j-^ Share. Aim. Hard. Deed. door-curtain. To flow To flog a. water. Calm. J?^ Mirror. stinking . To treat (au jf fi> affair).^ Loose.-'ij ^-ii nant prose. for a palm-tree. Natural dispo- oCot'-'J Q)^ ik^ To pour forth jj fit T^ -«- To be rich. disturbance. To forsake a. Milk mixed with udder.^<^ To be altered. ^ ^yr-^ cnt To imprison Aj Ck-^ o ^^^^ -5^ a. A To pursue (an aim). To leave (an affair) to a. ^>^'\ -r i^ To be dilatory in. To touch a. To use rhyming prose. To record a sentence (judge).lj -Jt- To flow ^. Gold. o ^}%J^j — jat-i To register a. To be poured. to spill (a liquid). Gaoler. Water. hanging (hair).1 — fi>j s To make large (gifts). J^^ ij^'JI Writing-roll. To restrain a. To be quiet.Z. olW^ Prisoner. Jc?^ Jc?5^ ^j^j u-i^J a^-^ Stone of backed clay.

lots. atmosphere. to drag C^^ . -^ bill To draw (a sword. p. good runner. r He overlooked or act at dayo. XJU-JL j — sll^^l ^_o-C Witchcraft.) sJ^kZ. End. (country). a. jr"^ W jy— ji^_ make unlawful profits. o. daybreak. Space of time. Plane. cJ>-J^j cJ>-Ji . 1^^ a o. sorcery.^ To pare (beast). o. Giving much water (cloud). seduction. To turn a. Gullet.^ Great wizard.'s wealth. Eloquence. To destroy. (food). in He sweeps. -<) Drawer. Daybreak.shave utterly. ^ i_)U-' S3U-J jU b Jj^— rr j^-^J ^>-^J j*^ Lung. mach). drawn. tt*^— ?r^'i-^ Teai'ful (eye).shment. •<> To To be unlawful (profit). break. ^^t".ilJi the s To wound lungs. v_. LklS a. To crow at dawn (cock). To spoil to bewitch. To •<>• \s.Vi>J. dry dates.^^ Worn out (dress). (coW. Running gently. Large Wizard. withdraw from partner. To slip down fi-om.^^ ?!o-.. Dimness of tht sight.l^ Tough.ship.1 ^ Lost Cjj^^J c^^ (goods). Beginning of dawn. th. c. the whole day._i be. lose o. Deludei Willow break. To gild (silver). to depart at daybreak.slay LkkLj'j -» out dress. y-jiae-l ^ :J''>J1. Blood-horse.j .. Vehement rain. Children's play. ^ Drawer of a bill. he walks proud. — To peel out (the grease) from ^ fit (the flesh).. x5vlii. have w-alked U^]^ ^G-J. for his eloquence. board.l_j ^-litl. To be scratched. throat. faults.1 Worn s To . To peel (grease).-?--l To wheedle a. _n?i. 53(. o. Cloud.afcl3 water). (water. To put water (in wine). th.-J C->fc-« Spoiled (food)._^J. the eaiih in riuming trii^'j i^ j.-0^.a c^JiSi cJ:^j — pate a. Big-bellied (horse). his <. ^ a. To be dragged. Meal eaten at day Hei'b fattening cattle. To fascinate. a of exchange). Learned man. Puni. To . at daybreak To behave familiarly with. yXJr^i /b 9-. Running gently (camel). Wasted (J^^ J^^iai. A We Name Wide of a man proverbial (belly). To eat at daybreak. feed a. Unlawful ti'ade. desert •<> Soft c. . o. ^IcJi ^\'\ xli. (clay : To trail. Unavenged ^isj: cold. Unsatiable (sto. Vehement Having a complaint of the belly. 0.jU^ U ii]i ^i-. a r-*-^ ^ . valley.— To To To rise. Suffering indigestion A — RaggeJ garment. tree. away from. (blood). To abrade the skin. chest. to extir.^ Remains of water. 0^^ J^^ -j^ To scratch s t^^^^j >^a. • ^ a iaki^i Farthing. oj^j^j jb-. Little. chest. c^JlI c>i_ll Cup-^>G. He has overstrained himself. ^Gw« jk^ ^ Court-yard. 4{bs> cloud. edge Dawn. Wont to swear (woj-Ulij man). ^j. j\a^{j jU. To come down s ^t:Z.sIuUlj j'_^' a. Air. To choke a.

J>C-1 File for wood. AppearaDce. String.^ ^ (a stone). To be scraped.-1. cloud. J^^ Black. 'i. a G-. To be remote. Bouatifulness. \ik-l o jk:^ To be threadbare ^^i-^h ^_ji. To find a. reviled. (a metal). Bit of a bridle. Brave. To be — — ^L^i-^ — s 5u_L j:^u' j J^-LI jiljl . (palm-tree). To cash (money). Single-stranded LizarJ.u-: I I I To sweep (the earth wind). t>*- xi^^ ^ j'\^~^j jS^. Pounding-stone for cJ^S-J' rr ^-l/* stoneri. cash. i-eady money. ^^. To make a of (cloth). Cash. I'ope. F. o ^i-^j Ci-^ a >y^ * "^ i To blacken (the face). To break._:l ^ 'G^^ To bray (mule).Z — to crush a. Tortoise. To rub off (wood). ^.^. y\^J^j Filings of gold. JG-JLI -•-. To give s — fi> shovel (mui). To crush (an insect). Woman's nipple. sell (grease). .'C^j:j 'Vj^J^i -J^^i "Ci^ colour.I.. off.<> To be contrite (heart). * jis-lj t-JLj — To shed tears eye). To shave the head. To be ji^'jl^ widened. Cheek.!ik. to rub off.j smooth (silver).'yj. To file To poimd a. Sweeping rain. To examine (cattle). ) <Iuj: <>• I May God i estrange him! 'cH ii>JLl To become black. Clack of a mill._:1j SyJL SyJ-\ <i9s- (wind). VU-ij To come to the sea-shore. ujt-i j^-^ j a j^J^ To be lofty (tree). Salep. .j. 0.j=»C^ ^ J'tl^ Tongue. single- stranded (rope). o.j To shave Thin leather( for books. a ^Si>i j>\^ To meet a. To pour down rain (sky). sorrow for sin.. Leveret.JL y. distance May he be far off! Tall (ass. To destroy a. -. >— Remote (place). ffi jtj:. Bridle. <>• Contrition. ?<«. (the hair). To pay a. A %iZ. (clotlies). palm-tree). To soften a. To let fiij s jas-ltj — down tears (eye).« J^'— of the back. Cloth of one thread. . dry ( /by ^iJLil ^'^i ) ^Jb-j: ^ roots of orchis. th.(j^^ a jk^ -^ : JG-Jl^.. brayed. -^ To peel. Copious rain. ^^ ^>-^^ I To be crushed. Horn. Shabby vestment.^ Smith's hammers. Con. To wear out (clothes). To bind (a book) in thin leather. silver. Heavy rain. 3!^ ) a jcZ. :.'• -> •*! I Long-haired (youth). th.^ Kind of bean used for sciatica.n Tree used for tooth-picks. ] To shave To To di-ive off (tbe head). Places watered by a stream. -. ci^ >. To bura a To be fluent in speech. jail'jij jk^y To be emptied (bucket). young hare. Thin j/. To make a Jk^ -^ the warp To scrape to hair). j ^ (/"or:aiL:. To shave (the (100 lashes) to a. pared. Sea-shore. Remoteness. *Jy-J^j xL^. by rubbing. Husks of wheat.a i o U. th. 5 ^C-. .«. gold. Braying of asses. oUk^i i!^~>^ To pound.\ . Softness of complexion. black colour. o. Idol. Blackness. To revile a. • . ^jiiuw a Xj^j^i—j >_sC>t— iSkL Jbt_Jli-Jl- urease ^ ^ J>G-. Refuse of naen. mules. 0. Streams of tears. xJbtJ. To pick out (coins). \\'ild as. ^.sumption of the lungs JbrJ. To ti-eat kindly. 0. Sea-coast. to crush v^^ a ^y. j^--^'^ Wine-skin. th. the clouds fi.

^ (man).— j c-i-— To ^ji. by deceit.! afflict a. scoff. sick To be Warm. without pay.^ heat (water). Blackish. *. •<>• *iL43 "^jy^^ "^ Mask. feverish heat. Region. (God). swelling in the face. Yellowness. 6>U-J-j Unknown. o. heat the eyes i. besmeared. ^ l^yj.iJLj ^'^J. to anger find (a gift) paltry. to forced work. Agreable^ii-JL wine. Imperfect thing.JI. . J^. ifc -i^ Dung of hoofed animals. *^u. lO be X^is_ Cj_ji5.wJ *-»iI- *Jl9s--_J <j^it. Inflamed by tears (eye). ^ xli-. vehement. s lIi13j . Hateful. Laughing-stock. ^L. Jtj i Gak. Black (night). to abash a.^ J=ikJL> ^ scoff at. (jO. fi>j s ^^ a Jk^ -HTo take a. To constrain a. e. •<>.J ji-J. o.Xii. c>^ >^''='?^-~ Mnro. to ijU ) i Hectic fever.ij ^'^^ : Tanned goafs skin.>J-i Strong. from fever. o. ^. Hot..J Kind of Hijosciamui. o. Scoffer. Advocate appointed by law."?. * j^-^l Weak.5rCJi UiJ: wiiC Weak-mindednes3. narcotic. o. To agglutinate ( leaves). *litj. ^ ^ ^ C-i-. Buffoon. Iron shovel. ji. rain. Butcher's oi^-Vi:!knife. Filth. task imposed %jiji To warm (water). worthless J&. Hot.1? . Jai-. o. Filings. jh^^ f {Opp. a. -<> To ? _.Z. To be lewd. j iilp ^i. fji-J^ Forced labour without J^'^^j ''ij"-^ hire. jLL^ ^ J^J -^ Fevei'ish. To find fault with a. oC. k^ ^ s^U-Thorny tree. Painful (blow).-<j Uii^ heated (by grief eye). c. th. o. Forced work.9iZ^ ^ o siiw.a displeased with. o. Laughing stock. oil.i:~. ^j(i. to disgrace a.^ ^ 'likJl j> JJJ\ ^cCi-J. 1*^. o. ij\»^Z. '-rJi To banish a.._j. obscure.. a Idol.- To To discontent.5 ^ 0^ (cloth). Meninx. — jp ^»-. Hatred.-. '"'J^-'-^ OUit—J ?: .X a (Sii-^ appoint by law.JL — j^. s^ * oi»-llj ^1^ > To To To cause fever. Black.Vi-. — ^y. To be thin To act foolishly with. To strike. o ^k^ To burst (water-skin). mocker. JU-. Compelled to work. Sweeping stream. a jU^ (ship). Bat. -^ To curse. s Open court. oj 'jJa». to render a. J.sli.j *iii-l 'Ch^ Weak (mind). Shovel.^ -ii- Warm. Shovel-making.^ -if- iajy-. ^o^-* " Fever..:. Ji-^ Black colour. _j : To suffer To be ill.aiJl_) •.. ill.- (swelling). Coal soot. o._:_. OVJUs—J Hot. derision. Thin (fabric). Soft ground.ji. c^^i-. Scrap of paper. hoe. -ft- To be reduced — Lamb.J(i. Thin gruel of coarse flour.j jt^ ^ jj. ^'^ -5^ Plain necklace for children. To have a good wind \'jUZ.^co leather. malevolence. To be hot. Shovel-maker.. jtj.li. ^i-lj . fi>j y jl-j: To shake down (dates).». Blacknes. To hate a. Cr -tt- e ) ]^ To be weak-mindecl. To stick its tail into -^ -H- the ground (locust). To blacken.^k-i Emaciation of hunger. c. ijj^ Part of a cloud.^ *ik.J Ridicule.o:.~l ^ji-J.k-ij '^ To irritate a. iaULij ia^^J iak-^J JaiwX anger. (il. ji^j ijlt Ci-J-j To humble. To put off (a business). heated broth. ^ ujU— Tree alike to the sweet-ru.wj *ii5..] * Sak-l Discontent.J.

point (a spear) at. Lamp- ^j-j'jJ. Fresh herbage. sjikilj 5r ^/--^ -li-Jl -r^^ ^-j^xUj -rj^^ 0->'j-^J Lying prostrate. Obstruction in the nostrils. Two veins of the eye.^ jjiiJIj CisJL a ^^j:ij .•• jj_: ^o.'jSJk^ li 1l1 a 'j^j — . (a breach). dignity. To loose (o. obstacle.\jii^ o fii'e give vent to beneath a pot. Rich. 0. To be dazzled by the heat To . ^ o'^tljj o'*--' lay with the face on the ground. He has fiUed his place. J.^_. threshold.'i^^j '^-^'^ ^-fi- To rend (a A O'^ ^ J->^ ^ j^A-J^i ^SS^-^ -^ -i^Jlk^ garment). Boots. aright. Barrier. (man)..oj»Uj pots. Perplexed. a mountain. Soft plain. To kill and lay (a ^ \p>J'j ^^j «L>^ jUl a oh\-^ ^s^^J o t *^»5-^ li-Jl -S- To prostrate a. i ^j^j — To be prostrated with t'-^X baast) on the ground. Sea. (a debt). To fill (a skin). defect. To shut (the mouth). :jJ ^ Du.\j stopped. To go down a declivity. valley retaining i^XL ^ — To make To be a. ^ SiC- Brownish cloak. To make (a camel) to kneel. ^ %j^ . To take the sixth part s fi'om a. liberal. just. i. To hang down (hair). sr'^ s G-aJL a ^-'j^^ jolly. To be perplexed Sj'^'j a joJ. xRightness. six in number. To be rightly dis.stop (a flask). Door. Stopper. parted legs. jai. sa_. zl[^'J\ iixJL Affected with cataract (eye). Heedless. Watering of camels every sixth day. ^'j^j ^'jJ. J iSlo-i — To speak. ajlul ^ — ^ XxZ. u>-~* "^ Caldi'on. Six-lettered (word). ^ jJ^j :uL dam. generosity. water. well directed. To water ^jjJ\ camels every six days. j^LIjj Munificence.:: o ^ 0^ dam (a river ). Seat. iloJ. To be To liberal. 0. Right. right. posed. o.:. Rocky hexagonal. to lie.:. Witty. To A up -tf- iS. 0. To be the sixth.!lLJI Six and black. true (word). set aright. 5 iUlc o ^ilui -ft- . closed up. He came back with ijjjJLl empty hands. * ^-j^ six-angled. to act rightly in. To fi>j s ijji. ijj. o. i ^oi- -8- Vice. To Clxj: make up the number six. truth.'s hair). bowels. Cooking. olj^VI i~>J^i '(» To hi To be To be aHj 'j1:.l C-luL o — Black cloud. Dam. Castle of king Naman. il^xXj ij^ Milk coagulating in (un Siio--) i\'j^ the udder. well-directed.! olJt aiU. ^'-J^ Tooth gi-owing before the Jj Sixth. To hurry. u'^i^ l^^j^j ^lo-i The apostolic see. ^ l_liU- ^'j:L.1_> juo. th. blindness. Bountiful.'s self from. Vertigo. ilojL •^ Ob-struction of the ijiJI ^-J Sixth part. 9r^J ~ ^oljl.j ^-jJ-^ Old (she-camel). facetious. Liar. To show munificence. ( j^aIjI^ ja_j5f un. ijuj: IC To suspect a. a screen. To kill a. Six cubits '^^\JJi long (veil). of.1. -a- To To feign . To balance i (camel). six. To direct a. The great wall of China. Means of living. Right. To withhold o. bountiful. 'c^^J-j Vii.To close To supply (a want). on the ground. a sixth. "ajJ^ ) jjj-^ w J-"-- To hit the right point. Lotetree.

_j — Inclination. . Six years ol<l (beast). up. Mustache. Unmixed (wine).^ j-'jJ^ to.\J L? J-^b .C..jj. To get a. To hang down (hair). •^ To loathe food. Addicted to. ^jul^ v-'^ Leader. Dawn. Blood. of no avail. — jo— (a -ft- (dawn). th. 'IJuLj — Forsaken. Plain (colour).'s self iLl: o - ^ 3j^ :.-*-^ Warping mill.j ^oJLj jtJ^j To slaughter and Sj (t-'jZ.To set (dates) regularly. calamity. ^lul oC. A -ft- covet a. . J|a-l J'J^J J^ ?r Ji. tender ^sJd^J follow. Spear. Door-curtain of a tent. — jj^ -S. Spilt ^(aJ. a ^jl^ . oiC P ''»^ o laJL -^ To To To ajl| ^SJJJL. ^ Jai.1l:l o ^o-l -fr Malabatkrum. fi> (water). make the warp of cloth. Six cubits long certain tooth.-^-' ( veil). (night). He was smitten by asojai. th. (a veil. ^-^ oJuL ^ 'VjJuL Dark _ ^ ^iJuil To ascend on. Indian spikenard. good-natured . to bolt A C. \j^ Blackness of the night. VaJL o — ojj Warp of a tissue. play with j^ij^ ^s'-^i^\j s?^-b direct o. Light. JaJL t) Warp of a fabric. down (a curtain). j^ To let * Ja-llj J!»-^ J . J^. To be grieved. curtain. To have long mustaches. To To sweat (horse). C»jil. JIuL'Ij Jjl^-ij JllC'l Jlu.iljuL To do a benefit to. To become (dates). ^— ^jj. Fat.1 ^ j. woman). Ij Altered waters. ^jIlS. Object seen from afar.jJl a ^^ -^ for ted to. oiU -fy-j ^iu P (man). Darkness. Mist.^C ' (her veil. stuffed bench. Plain. To hurtle a. o.'s hair.. P Ji^~ J^>-i Simple. ur-i. walnuts (children). u(i^ «: -»- Galega^ goat's rue. To A iJju' A jlxljj jjJ. Veil. 4-^\i t?^t ola-L/> Litter-veil.jla- Shadow. To loose o. Dexterous. i^S-JLj i^aJL useless. ^s'-^\ — To rend (a garment).'jj. li^luLj Q=.iA ^iL. anxiety. Green date.To be To altered from stagna- ^juLj — tion (water). Wool. To sleep. To be To let down a temple of idols. (sight). ScJ. To be ( addic- ^_. Curtain.u. Veil. a pjul throw down a. To open A— Veil. thruster. Illustrious (man). Grief. p-j^ ^jj^] Sodom (town). i o — To light (a lamp). o Ja. a garment). Doorcurtain. Benefit. Grieved. of a single colour. Pearl-necklace hanging on the breast. guide. cj a:- To depart from. ^lliJ. To be addicted ^— ^j. Night. Fat of the hump. Rue (medicinal Simplicity. plant). Jju_jIj J!uJ fit i fi> i • dew. Sixth. J[ yjjj. Night "iJjjSs ^ c?ju. To shut a door. repeuting. To be doorkeeper in ^j^ ifc ^Jl^-J '''^^ o o-ui^^ To be dark To shine dim (night). cXj^j o'-^j oluH'jJ^ door).\j jj<Z.iju' towards. Sixth part. Honey-comb.Vlul. To drop Keeper of a temple._^!l ^(j:^ llil -«- Kind of sofa. To raise (a curtain). Black.-fr To forsake.::j ^iU- misfortune. stretch foi'th the hand. poJ.]j ijj^ To moisten the earth (dew). ^ ^. Ewe. God save thee from all i^lu: [^ jj>2ii lliiJ oC«a. to repent. To make peace between. th. .

r ')J^ -M- To reveal secrets to 0. sacrament. To lay eggs i -J. To flow (water). '«r- ^ O^'j— jpjlJuL T ^JLj"^ Female slave. Road. to gladden *. in the navel.a Cr A) Secret. Sacramental. To have a complaint of the 1^ a — navel. Heart. To send parties of (camels. To be (woman). drain. To speak -«- j Ijl^r-j SjU~i Speaking-tube. i oSJuwj ^\Ji^ The best part of a race. of a j^^ olr^j Zj\^j \Slr^j ^j^j ^JJ^T" o y^" -^ valley. Royalty.^^ Way of actiug. conscience. j i^S^'j v^--^ beast). (fire To cheer up. Herd (of gazelles) .'ii ^1j j^« plants. To rejoice at. yj^^ s>j ^ . j/Ji. conceal (news). C^'To be injured by the fume of molten silver. a. o ^'Ji- Secret.>.'J:^Jij\j tjl^j xj^ bine-slave. To sharpen (a blade). gladness. J^ Navel. to trouble a. Choice part. m%j 'j^ . Bedstead. "Worn-out steel). Collection of palmtrees. Flowing water.^_j White jC falcon. To be eggs. S^^ jLli be glad Stems of sweet-smelling ^ — To To rejoice.tl. of the hand. To take delight in. Cattle. Galled in yJi the bi3ast (camel). To take a concu. To cut the navel-string to (a 5 1^ — child). 0. yJi^\j 0^^'a. To wound a. s1>-j '^.- Oviparous. 'j. jU_i Jl^ — ^p V-a-^I. () Mystery. Lines in the forehead. Sparrow hawk.1 t-»- — Mysterious. yjj^ Navel-string.jj^ (beast). Provost of merchants. -^ . "' In seci-et 2^ and openly. To your Secretary. secretly to a.P ^iol To dig the earth on the right -if- i>- To weary. (a secret). To hide o. Ring of shackles Heart. Base of the head. authority. to rejoice a. 0. toast. 'l^lj 'I^Dl »-r- Sparrow-hawk. ^j. Skilled manager of cattle. o. Lines J''J^\ Sj-x'. Heart. To divulge fi. -^ To escape. To overflow (vessel). delight. s ^ jC y^\ Cause of joy. JJjSj-j jlli>^j oGJ-. Litter. Den of wild beasts. i_. Jj^. Breast. Way. J- Marriage. Throne. v'S-'-^ t vl^- CoUjledon. Joy.'s self from. ^ ^-. First secretary.^^ w?ir >. U('j^\ The best ol^-^'-j jjL ^ S^ ^ kJ^th- spot of a valley. at tke time of laying of locusts. fishes. navel-wort. tr'jVl "Cj^ j^^^ Cradle. J^j — Choice part of a race. Last night of a lunar month. o. jj^i SJ^ Camels. Underground conduit. To go at random into ( country). Road.i Sv To enter( its shelter. Jt A — To show (love) to. jl^'-'l To pasture freely ^. to of. Sparrow hawk. Frequented (road). jj. ]y:S\ To manifest (a secret) to a. Health. Con- 4xy Armlet. '^'j^ -r ^ horsemen) against. : iJ>j ^ilT 'Si- and left. o. i^ jllr^Vl ''••'^S^i health. P " Happiness and misfortune. Heart. prolific -):!- (locust. of the forehead. j^j s^J ^ ^_r'-. To go back home To moisten a new water-skin. 0. Origin. party of women. tish). Line of the hand.-j Eggs '>'. j\^ ^ aj^lr" Bottom of a valley. cubine.

?r -rin^ His business has taken a i?^^. Molten silver. Breast j^. Vj Naked Strap.^^/JLj ^jS^ .^s self ^ To be J>'^-i Swift -paced horses. i To stitch. x^j. To free (a slave). Long- story). (»y:^ a To pasture (a flock) at Aj ? leisure.Ir" Far-extending desert. To attend o'. Swift (stream).t^ ^\ « J^!/~ olr^ Ts ir^" "^ Wolf. cIj^. . To lay on the back in stretching the feet. ^\'^. -(f- Easy. Oil- '^^-. o. Lychnis.o — (a coat of mail). ^ s-l^n- ^Ir" ^ A )3i:^j \i-ji.Ps s Jilr'" "S- To To clothe a. Lamp lighted wick. To manifest (o. Pasturage. s To saddle (a horse). — To send an express to a. To read hastily.-^1 ^. Row •<>• of vines. Seam ^ of a water-skin.r-'^J *?Ir'--» . o^J \j plate. To undress o.^ -^ iJ^'- P women. To coordinate the thread of (a di. •rJ>\j^M Narrow pas- sage in a thicket. To To weave |S>'. To plait (her hair woman).-j ^^Vj Lion. JMeadow. Rocket. To send a. Flock of sheep..'s self. ^^. Flock pasturiug freely. ^ "jIt-^j — Long. b:rds. sour (taste).s business freely.. Vagrant. Quickness. Shirt. litate (a business). Sun. >j j^l - i^^^aji\ jt'S^- sew (leather). to walk rtj^r^ -S- leisurely. Way. Middle of a tanli. To continue )S. ^.Jt» bad turn. Going straight on heed. ^'j:^ jli confused.^e. To repudiate. pace. ^ To sift (flom-). Mirage. He does not possess anything. To drive (a flock) to finj s ^^L — pasture. Black lead. ^^ Manure. to <>jj^j (>-JL pasture on mOrning (flock).'s thoughts). A— To be beautiful fface). Drainer of cess pool. many. i_»j UJ. Saddler. Clothing. tjIt. A poetical metre. Straightforward. th. squib. <>• Liar. To he. (a wife). iUDi Mandrake.lr^ Hair of the breast. "C'js. o. To faci- of a stream. Divorce.^^. r *? . clothe o.^ a ^^'-j »^1 pierce a. o. sJCJ^.'s hair. pasturage. To be sprightly and active. To saddle fi> ^^'. To send (away). lessly.. <>-To whip (clothes). Ease. Fern. o^\yL. IjV. to i>'- ^ Glow-worm. Seam of a . Bed ^j il>: ^ 'Sj^ woman). i_)_r'«i* To walk at noon.^ Cracker. Haste. ^j\-J ^ *. Plant of the Pentenaria class. corn-cockle. To plait o. To register (a letter). bodied (mare). i'jj}'^^ -riJ^-. Horse's saddle. >J'J. Quick-paced (hoi'se) Jackal. dung. To forge (a : fit Comb. Great umnber.j Quick. •-^-r" To go alone. fasting. hor. to adorn a.j'J^'^JT^lr'' srJ^CJi lamp. . disease). Tall of stature (man). Sesame-oil. (a horse). ^'JJi\j '^yj To go at a gentle and quick ^Ir-'J. (horse ^r^ *^i>!r'!r- Saddlery.. Jl^ ^ To be dispelled (grief ).«course). ^^ ^^ : Short journey. rVi^J Farcy. 'J iji^'^ L»^'j ^^'-l P To comb (her hair Road of a beast. away. Any ^^ thornless tree. a Q-lrCTo embellish.Cr' Natural behaviour.j ^l>. th. Strong.skin. Canal. frank..

Ja-1» ^-j •i»IJ^-j •I'lr-J ~ Swallowing quickly. fXlr^^ 9r **ij^^ ^ cJ^'j'-' t ^iy Ninth poetical metre. tears). i^l To follow uninterruptedly yjij (pearls. to get the » j'^J'^^ Prone to good ^j. jSi^t. Gullet. tf- hasten towards.^ a p^rC Vine-Lranch. speedily. to look stealthily. to be quick. i7^^ j_/^ To charge a. hurry. road. cutting (sword). ^— ^^rlj Young tender vine-twig. pj^ ^ ^. tank. o. fi> 3^ o^rJ J — Awning. ^i^'* Great eater. Commander-in-chief. blood ^i(>'- r-''^>. Wj^J at full \»'jLj' He is hoarse. To To sprinkle. To overcome. Ji^ J^\ j^CTo steal a. oij'_r^j ^Ir^ . readiness. /b ^ — Cj>'. Squandering. st^'^j ^'JL Make haste f:jtJ\ <. ^L'JJi j.To Agrostis. oj Jl. 5 ^s-'j^ -« To be well fed (child). j^/j To listen. have a swift beast. A i»j^-l. ^il^r- tt v'^lr- f* j^ < Subterranean passage. To sew * iV (leather %Jj>. unmindful. lavishment. pjCjj Rein. she-camel. become weak (joints).. Red black. To li'lr-J ^*IrsO J^'j^_ -S*^^-' O Pv~ "^ hasten. j'^lr. *Jlrwj *J>r-j *Jy. To To To become languid (joints).'ii j:Xll To be scared away speed. ^^j'i ^Jip'Cr--^ rr Little saw. Lobster. f-^^r^ To feed (a child) well. Vertigo. Consecutive (stars).ijj^ (r j Speed.-SCloth-tent.^ Sharp. Craw-fish. from. Grove of acacia trees."^ To suckle (a child) To be neglectful. th. To act immoderately in. of c.a iJ^^ ignorant of. teri'ible (day). Avith robbery. Cancer. 0. J»l^-j x^^ To steal i fi>j ^ f> 3'J^\j tijj^i . <-9j^ >-ii^- To swallow a.>j r_> ^ ^Ir^J •»^'Coat of mail. I»^rUl Row of vine-stocks.^ ker (disease). pewter.. awning. brain-disease. 5 j^ To look stealthily at. li. To squander o. best of.jjLl H Jsi. Crab.oi^l j ^'JL The tank has O^'. ^. to feel scruples.'Ji^\ ! To perforate a. can- To be To O a J_. bring a. th. concealed. strong.li y^J^i Ci^j^i iSs-j^ quick does he come forth. otlrQuick. ol^>'Cancer (zodiacal sign). il^l i^Ji. to excess. j^'^ To Piece of silk-cloth. 9-r^ .^1 -» To eat up (treeA Cslr^ o -Ji- Mailed fabric.C'^ ^ f'lr^j or evil. '. Way.J^j»d\ 'C« overflowed. J^J^Li Seraph. To Jj\J^\ Theft. th. ^s^J^ To eat grapes. ^Ir^J -'iy-'-J s'vv <> Coarse sieve. hesitate . . Aiv^' How To bear green dates (palm-tree). little by little. i_>C il^'Hard green date. JS-^l To hear stealthily. Tall.'s wealth. to be quick in. bent-grass. j^J^^ ^ Eloqueut.P To set a pavilion. Foremost people.headed caterpillar. Underground vault.»ijr>-' ?- Jpl^- Whirlwind smoke or dust. hesitation. ^^'^pj •J»lj-- Lead.\L\r-. hasten to. ja'J\ Ground fall of catei-pillars.^j. Swift (horse). Scruple. Severe. ^^ leaves : insect).. •> P Negligent. quickness. a. Awl. horsemen.th. He is addicted to wine. Large-gulletted. * Ji>'. To glide away sti^althily. robbery. Cutting (sword). o^-l P Angel of death for Moslems.lj itl/^j To be swallowed easily (food).

Night-traveller. P To exile. (night). 5 Jilr. Choice part. Dung. -» *—il^^J *j_^j *i^-J i^. Androsce- ^. summit. o. Bill to order.^~^b s?jJ-5l ji}j. Dolichos sesban. L^. ^ j^'^ To free a. orache. Castle. — To walk in company with.i\. To be off. iP (6»^ a iJ. Fat of a camel's hump.t «'^'Tree from which ( im. Generous. magnanimous. oUlr'- t sC Thief. Anus. Manly. o. To tJlrTo be contagious To To put trousers to. <ij^3 CiClr'-J <s'J^ Jlr^\ ai Highest point. Eternal (God). Listening stealthily. Night-cloud. Generous lord. jir. *i_n*./- i iS. ^ :: j L. seraglio. to k_y 5 (^Ir'-U »-> ~ travel during the night. ^^1j11> ^ :ul3j_>i choose. ( un.r-'J OC ^'-j travel during the night. Rounded spear-head.^^ To cut a. To Magnanimous. Money-order.^-. <> circulate (blood). oljlr. To flatten (a terrace). J^^ * i^OvJ-l Stone-bench. C l>'-j *il>'- P mum^ To all-heal [plant). . Perpetual. Atriple. gaiters. Syriac. To Body of troops. To pine away. Boots. Feathered on the legs Black-legged horse ( pigeon). of the road. The leaders of the people. YeUow or black wasp. to cut."^ put on trousers. oUli~L ^ -{:{- To be magnanimous. di. Column.r^ To creep in a. drawers. ^^11 iXs. To i/>tJL)j i^lr^Ij . To send forth (a detachment). b-r^ a (^y^J. well fed To lay eggs (locust) b: cut (a camel's) 1. Short-necked. Merit. oakum.-J ~ . J — — To load (a beast) with luggage. stuff.( 'V r\\ ) Back. ^ ^_n- feed (a child) well.^ ^P Long The lion. aJS ^s. (^^"J fit ji Full ti'ousers. "^ hump. Sour wine. sj^'^ ) /j:^ (dough).0 jj^j ~ «l^-j iJ^'Jb s?yi< Ebony. ^^1 CjV/JL Female robber Neck-fetters. ^sA'J^\i Jj. o 1^'- -il- To strip o's clothes. Middle of the day.^ ) A'J^ bows are made. 'J^^l .'J S'ij-- Weak. bravery. fi'om cares. r>'^ Ts To creep along (disease). His cai-es have cleared away. robber. To make a. (roots). manly. Court of a prince. l^'lr^ ?r *i -rC Tree foi' making arrows. Plant-insect. to take the best To expand fi. «ilo. Blacksmith's anvil. red-lead. Jj^^ j. Pain in the anus. end of the rectum.JaJa^^ ^ Tow. Sjllo'-J l^'-j Cassia. *lia-ll G To show To of. ^ Mast of a ship. Tree for making bows. to banish a To be exiled. ^-^--J v-^- ^'ilr^. fstL:: a ^. manure. Fat (hump).L-L -« Cypress.^^C Long-legged (man ). j'tr-^ Night journey. of a Ql>-j o^iyC ^ l?^'maiily temper (woman). ^'j\^ To repair to an upland.1 Trench for oIj^-j watering palm-trees. tVJ. cut * ^^1 — -n- pieces.r-' "^ To walk sluggishly.. spread out dates to drv. palace. '1^^ ^ "ijj^j »3^. th. ^S^j . oUl>- «. Minium. o. Little arrow. (poison). Locust just hatched.

»_. Legends.Ll — OjljCl ^ aJiVlJ-I P Leg of a beast.1 ^ jL.k^l . D J\JaJ. ISIight. Severity. _^lJUj a ^u'.^_. r-ilJ* Level place. portico.h " a fi> To prostrate suckling). Rolling-pin. i Mason's trowel.tsCj. j>.u -r :. Assault. stories. Clapping of hands.k. levelled.'s self on the back. s'Ja-L «k1sU.^a^ Water-skin. -j-JalJ fy To stretch o.P Jj^IaA. a.'lh'\ tr-|i*-l ^ spread out.kljl . ^ ^. Leguminous plant. ^ilal>. ^ To write a.. sea. To Burglar. Dawn.1 free (a neck. •<> To steel (a sword). down.To be long-necked. To caU out (goats). Pokerl Abyss of the Origin.1 -i^ ^-Ji-5j .! To shut (a door)..- Cc. cijU3-l>» To spread >_^i\Z^ ^r. t_^j Ck- ^ia::.» Element.>l. Cripple. line. To totter (old man). .:. o.speech. a faU. th. To step widely to go head- Column. dwarf-palm leaves. ^. Cylinder. cleaver. Sound df a shining white. Wide-stepping: raising X^sK^ the tail (horse). overseer. To flow in a continuous stream ^_. •r. dust.^ To clap the hands. To raise (dust).j |'. — ^^. lilLjL ) ^iL-. hC . ^j^ ^. origin.^ Pole of a tent. 4> _^iJ. harshly.k:L o Us. Black-liues.-fij JaiZ^j to be set over (people). 'a — — .5lj (water).^ (water). with (a sword). «>lu)t a.. th.I ^ _nlajll^j oj^iaJLIj jVliiilj jLk-ll. Roots. o. (smell. To be perceived by -tf To touch a. Must. sunrays).-. Hand-writing. ij (a camel) to kneel. 0. c\'. J>j^ ^ ° -R- To rope (liquid ^_. -ft- oversee . Butcher. Area. ^-. : J^ /b ~ _. Flat nose. Tall. A — To compose (history). 0. fluent in . Row.j — Intoxicated with if Idiot. ( un. Long-necked. Sharp edge of a sword Stopper. Mark ^ik^ on a camel's neck. K>:Ja:^j — Creeping plant. J'Q' f^^ Longest pole of a tent.i:j — ^^. Copper. Flattened. Huge camel. Ropy threads of honey. To mark (a cam-1) on the of a blow. To make To set 2^ ^jj. hemp. Fire-poker. To be broken down.. Lying dead. jjlsC-l Wish. To lay on the back to be 9-. with hemp. Dust ej\LL/j J^Li^ in the air. "ii^Z. Roasting-pan.^I. Butcher's knife. To To assault. desire.i.l^kJi o _. o.jLlJj JjiJ-j pail. jvL-ij 5r '<> _^C J>^''- . Plane. JJsL:L. Flat-roofed (house) .1 Mai of ^Jxl^ Squadron of menof-war. To pass over (a line reader). X^t' iAa\J\ To b3 plentiful s. To ^4*^ (fc rule (paper). ^ C/^-:. •^ treat a. new wine..iil. vI^Il^Vi JaI Firm columns. <> ). Long. o. JsV'S-- long (horsf ). Inspectoi". Drying-floor. 0. 5 . G o JaL. iT. To teU stories to a. 5 — To cut a. Lying wounded. roof (of a ^>^ « r-^^ house). -tf- Burglai'y. To be flattened. tales. (smell). je J^V.f . To intoxicate to delight a. To make a slip in reading. ol^^k:- i_ij Is- — Paper-ruler. j^yiji ^ fJ^L^i o'Ja'J' Sample.kl/i P iste of hasheesh.k:^ -STo throw a. fleet. Eloquent. Flat top. > jkl -^ To be iutosicated jisi^b jIiIjI . To overpower. Travelling-mug. The Stoics.

Monkey. To spear a. o. Nose-syringe. To spread scab to (others camel). Qui.j 1»U-1 Knot of Suutf-I»^i^ the thong of sandals.1 Fire-brand. To kindle A> ^]j ^iz. around the nails (fingers).-) does. j/y^lj I'JCJ^ -«- To inject ^ n Jalllj Cla. Kindled fire. emaciated. ^. Hunger. sedge. t ^*— 23«— i'j^ Beginning.l!l Heat. s j1^'\ (hired _^ Jj'm^ Insane. To seek for fodder.'G>jIi.j. Lion. (title). (scab).a ^«I. ^ s . happy (God. To bode well of. a -uJl -fr To be happy. ( *3ljii^j *. Your Excellency Fore-arm. To rage jVi^i _. d)r>':>\kZ. in (the nose). a J^ -> . To bsgia (war).^ ju*.J. Oil of Ja. Blackish.! o a iai(a medicine) into (the nose). blaze. Heat of niglit...se). .*-: a scale. Chief. ^ _^ To be lighted (fire). Pi. to assist Jfc H -^iJLlj a.j . Fire. mad.jj^'\j . Ducts of milk. current price.C r'\r- ) To be blasted by hot wind. Canal of irrigation. The two planets Venus and S3_^U Thin.) (iil.. Fire.5anity. olli-. : ifc - i' s To run about I -svill for (an atfair). To run swiftly (hor. To ^^J. in. o. opL.?h colour. Oven. _. marrow. Insatiable. th. Good omen. To a. >i\^^ a -^— J -W. Wild thyme. in the ropes of I tobacco. To burn ^XJi (wood).s8ist a.Z.<>• ( opp. Affluents of a j'iver. .I. Running with parted feet (horse). -^e>>. To be cracked ^i'Jj (i'.i>j ^il» Mischief-maker. Sun rays entering a loop hole. To manage business of. To be at hand (affair). -<>• ia-j. 1^1. Insanity. prosperity. Jail^j JaSl^ galmg. ^i^lj ^tU.. (7)ua/j ^ acC The two wings at-l^ Daybreak. 0. To sniifFin (a medicine). to _^ ^ ^v^Tv jU^ j>^t- Name of several stars. "CSjIZ. Furious (camel). in weeping mourner). Areola of the nipple. Shaft of a pulley. ^ n ialkzS To inculcate a. ji. jfc Jaii:.. ^ _.^ furious (camel). Snutf-medicine. To ask the help of. Long (neck). Fragrance. j circumvent as he c^ . -Tmarjoram. Cl^^a ^^ To lis the price of goods. _^ To render a. Mayest thou he happy and aided I dLTa^-j diilj Happiness. nutmeg. ( it - opp. Pungency of odour. Neurada procumbens^ prickled plant if- c^J^'- much sought for camels. into the C-i* 5 — (mind).. Dregs of wine.:. to assist a. BIacki.l To be within reach (game^. z'y.:: -« Happy.!. To mix (perfumes)..t SJ^^tArmlet. To be auspicious iS^j Gil (day). A To help. Ci/peni'i. madness. 'loil. ^Fiddle-stick.ixJ-l To help. errhine. un. of inustard-seed.i— Heat.j. to cj\2i ) ci\'.^S. Callosity of a camel's breast. Mad (dog).ile (plant). To thrive (man). In. Contagious scab. ^i'j) A^ -i^ b. Fire.JL SnufF-pipe. Rate. J — 2^ war). (of a bird). 1 . Vehement hunger. ^il>i Mercury. To do general mischief to (fire. o. praise and obey Him. o. Pigeon. Cough. O/if/anuiii. To be ulcerated on the face (child).a wii.

:^ as J4- ^ Thi'oat.^ oX»--_) ij^-^J '^^L^ Ogress. ^'^ ix'^ imposed upon a slave for getting his freedom. ^ f. To (camels). ^ ^ ~ Palm-boughs.'s self towards. Natural disposition.-HSmZ. j a — enter underground. Messenger. Drinking cups. permitted. : jji.SZ/j To To Ui. iiii-j Vii^ o ji:.^ . To weave (palmleaves). JULi Hooping-cough. Starved. o. ^ (.'-X~ roll a.l To seek a. \^'hite in the jilj. '- paltry. Eudeavour. w-ill >. Colt's foot (medical Jiii) plant). To drink much without quenching thirst. To ^tC^i Near. To erect (a pavilion). bird). . ^^ Work ^-i"^ Slander. R'in.:- oC^j — a v-4— il Lawful. Jilo JtC quickly C. Ji — To be a tax-gatherer.C and Chi'istians. (water) to drink.Jjl~yJ Jul. A ^' i-i — To season (food) with grease.^ a w-fl-j o »--i^ be hiuigry. Lean. CJLl a J^ -STo betake o. J ^CTo outpass a. wJJ^j ijilL-j Xi^jiJLj ^ suffer frOm hunger. to -work. House furniture. To busy o. To forsake ^j_lii. backbiting. 'JS'^x'J^ -^ Windpipe.1j Walking quickly (camel). J j. companions.v^--'-? . not possess ^^ Vj tUI. pavilion. Inspector.Li C« To take U. iil. . iQl'tlOn. brisk. o. Chief of Jews sUJl ^ »Ui. ^ ^ -J{- To be sprightly. ^iL ^ Xui. s ^. To cause a. ^ To y^ to traduce a.:. to run. House furniture. ^^^1 To be fat (camel).^j *i^-r' ~ To come be near to o. vj — To enable (a slave) to free i J^>'^\ To assist a.:! a 11: parched (food or medicine). Tent. To become a termagant \. Cough. ^^ —^^^ . o. To ?j A— give dry food to (camels). Fat. to go. To bit (a horse). To apply a medicanaent (a to A j— AA— wound). Of good or bad omen.sness). Termagant. To act. *(J| ixi. cough to. o. o. Endeavour. witch. Ulcerated on the head (child). To To along in the dust. \xL — Skin for drawing water. sleeples. Run. Pi.(i^l o ZXL -^ the ground (bird). To be near the earth To look steadfastly at. bronchial tubes.^ j> w«i— forelock (^horse).se anoint (the head).j. u^ ^ ^IL loi. little. Candle. To cau. . lean. himself. o'j^!L To pursue trifles. small. a a lil-lj . To render a. Pure wine.'s self about.p^^ !r J«-^ To shake (a pole). Slight rain. To LjU-. earn.i (r Ml To slander a. (woman). Hlnduring patiently (hardship. o. ^ oul:!. to. fy Assistance in money. mean. I iLi^^j J-UI. th. To exert o.— prostitute herself (slave). (camel). j^ii. s house. neighbouring. •Vjju^j S^^iL—>J yit^ — y^ "^ eat dry food IX^X hour of the night. JUiJi w-i§ CjV. in. To give a. Ulcer on the head of childi-en. Vile man. To be To be swollen. lif. (cloud. To walk jiJL a _^Zj -^ ^jiJi. was. o.'s self in (an 'i^\^ j — J affair). j^ilji To cough. t- He does dry.v'-- To be satiated To skim along (child). a farthing. th. ^ ^' oi. jul. — . runner.

Saddle-girth. ^iiz.^ 5. Medical J|^ilj — powder. debauchery. settle cjy. camels. Dawn. To clear off Sll\ (clouds). a c-fL -« Unwholesome food. o. Ambassador.. Large sack. ^ i^ . \jjJ^j oJO^^j »j\jC^ o i _. Without j^j "aJL^i jUll ^ _^u veil (woman). To be hot (battle). Tra To spill (blood). i^y-Sz^j ^j^j (>iL^ — To work without profit. To patch a work. j.. winged fi> lil. Wind raising the dust. Book. J u.^ To s jts. To send a. Shedder of blood. s'. of wheat. ^/^ (LxL — want. i -U-^ -^ ^Sparganium. To come in evening. Arrow having no share in the game. Journey. Eloquent. ^)juill^_j w^^s^--' i ^ He -tt- could not get altered in o(b. Generous. To sweep (a house). Embas. ^ — To mount (a camel) a jSiXL\j -Ul7 Gold or silver necklace. A b. To be i4»j li— Ij LiJl. face). Powder shine (dawn. Handful ill.ili:.. a difference between. To pasture by morning or eve. To die. To kindle (fire). (horse).5C- _j^ '|_^JL To put (flesh) upon the spit.. bur-reed Falling leaves. pasture camels between morning and evening twilight. twilight.1 ^ SjClLj Sjiil. Hair-band of women. Speckled serpent. Travellers.'s self up to ^jLljj ^L.sy.— ) Sjl^ Ceruse. Leather <• used as table-cloth. Nomads. To enter ^^1 upon daybreak. Skimming of a bird.:iu. woman).*-' Basket of palm-leaves. "Writer.i. 5r JNose. countenance.. Sacred book.:. To drink much without quenching o. -H- check. Bad herent (speaker). Devil.j li- — To dispel the clouds (wind). fi> jSS. ii> li^l W To set out on a journey. Do race without wager To take (a woman) unlawfully. To write (a book). To tra- IjCl. To bridle (a camel).. r-i^^. Foot of a mountain._.i (-1. ^i. To be stripped of its leaves (tree). Plait of palm-leaves. envoy.llj ning twilight. on a journey. To make (an animal) to jc leap (the female).'^ To s^U- y jiCj Jcj 5 \i\ij^ a -U—j leap the female (beast). eye. \jjjlL ^^ To shine (dawn). To ask (a woman) to lift^.^)) — affair. SjU- Wooden or iron spit. Lean. To To set off. To suteide (war).'s thirst. To unveil (her face ^ ^-1j — : anything from him.^:. 5 jli!\ Mediator. from behind. '(JkZ. Mark on veller. Table. the skin. mediatorship.*?t-i-- P -J^ To shed (tears).. Bad (poetry). He has got part of his 4. Travelling-provisions. To be bald on the forehead.. ^ ^C. * GJi. Dry medicine.ji\x^j ^JL^j e_^-»l bit of ^J^'^J J^'f Blood has been shed between them._L:L — To flow (tears).l_j ^Lj her veil.i'. Ajlil-tt Ji. To draw a bill of exchange. Inco-^ oCJ-l for the vel. ^Jz. s jkl\j jL^j — 1 serpent. (plant). jujCU.SC To sift (flour). To give o. Bill. draft. Departure.j ^jtCJ' _. %'Jc^ Coarse vestment.^ (>jiL a rii- To fall off (hair). To sell the best of a flock. white lead. 7. wi-ij il.

>>i3V— ^ -x^JcL Stricken by the evil eye. roller for mats. glitter of a blade. s^u. Quince (fruit). To drive back. jULj iJc4-'-' ji-- jX— •f^ *ii^j *ij^j J4-^ x](aS.9^ -^ S^^—? wO^--^ Jf>^-^ ^ -f^ Gold or silver leaf. 'C«aU 5(aZ. Skilful black- T^ki. o Jailjfc Vil'-r o jii. . — — A jXz^i Men of the lowest class. Dyed p^"— ^ ^«-" To blow upon t fi> garment. . humble. 0. cruel. Perdition Error.I- G P -tt- Great V u-j liar. Buffalo. Old age.. To be low. . despicable. To be altered (complexion).^ jsC «Iiu Lower part tocks. Anona. iiiiZ. To warm o. smith. Rough skin.:: Generous. To peel. i *.Ll oJ^j. inferior. To strike ifc hands in a bargain.'s self at (a fire). The saphena vein. of a spear.:: -^j ^iZ. "^jiL o j-i^j a ^lil< jii.o^ To shut door). of a vessel). ojJI . Damage caused by F. -ii- Streaks. ^jJa J*^!:^ Broker. To be kind. VU. Impudent. To slap (the face). Fish-tin. «JU j^-. oO'i^ Sweepings. o^jCj . ) ^ ijA^'j *^A— O ^Jj^ "S- Eaves. ^?C» Great traveller. dUl-'it^ Little food taken before meal. Baseness. To stop up (the chinks of a tank).^ o ji^ To be vile. CS^Jj^ dXJC ^ blood) To be profuse of (words). To parch the face (hot wind). s^lL-j -'>r''^ '.:. to pare a. Bloodthirsty. To put down. Polishingstone. tears). Base. Lower. i ^S-^ Jj. Lowly. Iron^. Adz. ^_. abjection. Big-headed. To slap a. custard-apple. Reddish black. (a (r^•\ .^j ML-j jl_ij JiZ«j slu.i_: Falcon. iJ^l-j >»>V5Cjl. Thick. To fight a. Low. •& ^i^ Mark of fire. by the hair. To exhaust (the contents A JsliJ-l Jair. inferior. Low. inferior. tli.!. IkL^j t^i. 0. -'5-r*r' ^ Steward.i^j *3al. Brown. Asparagus. To lower a. Lower xll. Wedge. Chest for articles of ^ 1*1:1- women. . beneficent.u' (tears. To slap with the wing (bird). ^^ l\3\iL u-l^l iall^ 5 Ci:: a /. INIusiciaa. lowest part V lie.MA^J . Sophistical. of. trivet. Wooden a> To po'. jji-tfCj.«lap the face. character). ^I»^i-"i„ v-j . Writing tablet. sophist. 1^ To . To mark. Sophism. o. coarse (cloth). Blackish spots on the cheeks.J ^ O Ti'aveller.il. Blowing on the CiL A — Colocynth-seeds. To descend to the J v/aL lowest of. 0. Black. mean. Hell fire. To be poured (blood.ji^j^ «• '^i'^ surface of the ground (wind). Lower. i jLl. ^y i'. Furniture of a house.VCj ^ j (i:. Enduring jUl^j JkLi (camel). jji-" oj^a^ To be coarse (cloth) He coaclued a bargain with him. To embrace. But- To drag a.la-.:. lowly. To be inferior in j ^}lzL]j jl'Ji (science.j o ji::. Broom. base. Basket. 9>ilj» Having sunk eyes. ^ ^1 — Satan. part..uL» the surface of the earth (wind). Kind of prickly fish.

backbiter. ^J. To ). To overcome levity.••-• flyiutj (animal. tX^j (ia::^ a c-S-^ -« by a wine-jar and oJJI .i. .1j (spear). » jaj. Scanty haired in Li.. Pole of a tent. To be imprudent. -»collapse. drink without y *i:. ^_y on the (hand). incline (tree-branches : A *ilj bird with red feathers. froui.j ^CU-Ll. 0. To be unhappy. Heat of the sun. *i- To To beguile a. Hell-fire. Beer of millet. 5 — — dates palm- JiZ^ perty). 0.^o. Good walker (mule). Maple-tree. to a . (sun). o. 0»»2~o- Thirst-giving food. of (his pro- ^i. o. jdl. Badly *?j- Women oj£ ^^ Jail- He was held in c6ntempt. To drink immoderately. a^. Wind raising dust. Dust. Leanness. i> To act impru. ill-treat a. *J^j < Ark of Noah. 2 . wj — ^ f>di^[j r^xLj z~»-. lean ( she-camel To be s Voracious bird of Rgypt.. and young children.{} (house). sit To ? oC — ~ revile a. '^-•i•- ^ P Dust. want -if- of judgment. {.j Medicament. . levity. LIiJ. To be contiguous. To come forth (foetus).!^-!)! ii-I A ^.« . turn the face aw'ay.^1 drink repeatedly.jp dently witli. *il. Levity. near To near a. Blasphemer.^ o To To be scattered (dust). Remote. Prickly grass Spinage. light-watted.iij oCi-. ^^^ilj.L P To fall. i^Z. To be chapjied Ship-building. Baldness. Ship-builder. revile a. 0. To become unwise ii. ^I^ Near. To To i-ender a. To forget. jyC-j cXji^ ^ Impious. o. ^ ( \'Ji'^ ^ wind). foolish .j l»\lz.'.^S»w i_.'|j wine.. book. ^ the forelock (horse). Unseemly. Perfumed must.i woven. 0.<l ^. To emaciate (a horse). insolent (word). »^iU- To deem To To a.'l Pearl. Polisher (instrument). 'iZ. To feign ignorance. Young one To drink without quenching thirst. bird). *1^ ^ "ijL) to lose the mind. ^L^ V^^ a t^XL. th. *il» . to Oa2l>j 0»^ o ii2l.j '*X^ stultify a. act foolishly with.2. o'^ii~l a.Cil (wind). Jailll. To scorch a.lj V.?L To be busy.i. heedless. Near.^ — Neighbourhood. xk\l^j oJ--j -lii-l -r Foolish. <L. ij.a.Y) To be or swift in I'unning boat.-^ Oblong *-.. - Sponge.a:L .U -^l t^ ^ <iZ. To cause a gush of blood J >_. 0.1 quenching his thirst (God). to be diverted ?j fit ^XZ.lj -iL- - v'l^^' oi. become foolish. L. To bear sweet tree). qu^ Xj&I TliLZ. o. To be contiguous. o Ail- OV^X~'J i^jX^J i_iU-«j i_«Zw of camels.i^ To be scanty-haired forelock. ignorant. Jil.i Purificatory. M^X ij. ollj *il. Bald.. To be foolLsh. o. To lose its prickles (gi"ain). 'U4L.JL'l ^IU_j 7^ ^[lz. in & To raise the dust ^ . -liiLJI Valley filled with watei'.- -H- To make To a.'. Argo (constellation).lz. 'iji^ Dust raised by the wind. Slanderer. a <iSj . ^b'C^l. ..

Splint for wounds. diocese. To - eat the upper part of food. ToceU (a room). to fall. To de- caused jj. Qsli. do not know is 4^ i\ gone to.u. ia\2L* jl^iJL. Fallen datas. Dew.uj| c^\ ^ ij daiU liT him disgi-ace in the regard of men. Slavonian.l « number). Native of Socotra. jJC-lj 1^115 To drop upon (a cushion). It JaiUJ: ^ ^^xLij IiOLj' ^r^^l Jaili To set (moon).il C- where he To be altered (colour Lower part of a well. Part of a veil.1 isliJ^l onion. o..j — To be made a bishop. ). . <»• To be worthless. th.-. To cause a. Wild Js^t-* ^^UJ-l^j u*:-:r^ J^: Rubbish. Jai_Lj Jai-..<— 7 bA<. squill. Snow. ia||^ Fallen dates. To knock (a.< Ja5L- {PI. Wing of bird. Jallj To fall one by one (leaves). fall crease (heat). waste. isiiC-j 'J?^ Fall.— /bj & Jalil To drop a. corrupt. Piece of cloth. th. Bony. Foundered in (hoi'se). w<AmJ if. Extremity of sand. Sparks falling (fellow. Bii'd's o C«ul<j Ciij be diseased. lost. o. To slip in words. oi|C1j *i|U-'l ^ wiilij Lii. To He White-headed bird with green feathers. Slip in words. Slip words.. ^^'orthless ia'aL\ ^ klT. Worthless Cast off fcetus. •^ from a steel. To make a. ^A^ To come on. Crook-necked (camel).i3^ rush-nut.cast ^ ! house).V| daSl^ to cast^otf her young ones. th. 1 Window-shutter. Wont Appalling calamity. •^ i thjii^ "^j it vi^ Kind of snail To throw a. it i. or of a turban nest to the head. <• Cripple.'s. J 0_. Roof. in to error..w Tallness and crookedness (of ^' li: passage. Birtli-place.' gradually. Bishopric. Plank of a ship. ^>^l J JailTo alight at a. ^P. ^ To slap. jikli^j ^ji^l^iaii. <>• To subtract ci\ t5j. ^ii:. to slip. Door-latch.— held an XJS' J JaSj-l C»j X<^ iaiJ-1 U unexceptionable language. Dew. of ialCi. 'c^_J9-^\ 5 — To slacken in a race (horse). Slave. JG Learned and humble king. fi\J\ ^ ^\ To roof (a a .. Ice.. _„i^j a j. Dealer in old stores. CJai. Portico.3 To learn fnews) successively. To induce a. 1 Cd:. US.w J»iiJ. Camel's rib. -r -ft- Bereft of reason. Rubbish. covered Worthless. * Cbli-j iia^ci JJl. I i5>i-j *k2. Hail. J^Uj To fall upon the enemy. J»UI- Bishop. a hard). ^ lL5U._«. ic — To mistake. Mistake in calculation. iai:. Country. Sky. j) — To stumble upon a. To crow (cock). House. Subtraction {ariih. th. JC>. 0. collapse. did not commit a mistake. ]Mistake in calculation. To speak by turns with.\j '\'JvhLi Island of Sj^^ '4J^ A^-J^ j/ift Socotra. ^j n Iafr. To be tall and bent (ostrich). (a . •tf- ikuJlij J»12.). Dealers in dates. To «-J^ J •l»'?-^b ^tj-'^ repent. Sharp sword. vile (young man). her young (female). . Hairless.Ceiling the ostrich). Shameful thing. To be perplexed.^ UiL 'Jp^ -J^ Roots of the Cyperus esculentus.Cr^A') Falling-place.5— wing. o. TaU. down. stores.

To traduce a. a i:fei_-t Yellow serum of dropsy. Row. To wish the rain to a. dl^i^ ^ ^In. deaf. '%-r' Gold coin. .. «i To to di-ink to. tlsj-l . cup. per. rain or a stream.. a To wish rain to a. To be stopped up. diseased. oj^U^ 5r JjViwj sjliw ^ *U. i cXu To remain silent. ! iJ CiJLj ulii. i s^iL fyfit fi> Stamped coin. (im. xS\W^j i\UL To give to a.LI. lead. Post-office. o. (the ears). To die.xjliij JjU-. To become fat (camelj.— — To have small ears.^ ^ *I|C Saijnpenum^ medicinal g\xm. Atmosphere. •^ . -^ cast (metals). 'U11. To be struck with apoplexy. Die for coining. ill^j i)^^ -r '<^^ Narrow well. is filled with ^ iL 5 sjiat illl trees. watered. < To J>il. — Poured out (water). Milk. To silence.:. jr. Prayer for rain. cup. a land). cJ?^ To hush. i cSil!\j c^^ To keep silent with.Copper. o5U ^-^'j tS«=-^l. To sink (a well). jJuaJl (eye). to drink.JsC ) Anemone (Hower).f\~^j To ask I'ain. — To temper (iron). Threshold (of a door). o. To pause in singing. air.:^ -^ Drinking place Streamlet. Pelican. Share of water. water from. v}-^ s/-^^ ^^ ' ^iil>» Scammony. ir-w eUl^J «Ul>* ) O a. To remit (anger). Post-messenger. to clamp ( a a ^ia^ o 2C ^^ ^. - Narrow To pour in the ear. To give water. hydropic. Valetudinarian._JC. ls_^^ Dropsy. Stew cooked with vinegar. o. j ^Ij give . To cut off Faulty (language).. Iron-nail. tauk. mean.:^ a To be deaf. . 2_j " i^ "i^ '"li- 1^1 ^ -Jt^^^Clj^ ^C. Usti. o. God 'grant him rain ilSj-l. To send rain to a. Watercari'ier. A Cvk Jj (X^ o forth (water). -\'J\ ^fu J^Lz. -ft- door).j . o.lU:. Row of tall His heart hatred.^_j . To be ignoble.^ To find fault with. Watered land.:L To be moistened. Waterer of fields. iiiaj i^ -^ To poison a. X-^1. l^^ 'dU:! Deafness. malevolent. Aquarius {constell). To water (a beast. Tall (man). mail. oCSUj ^ Jl^. lead.1.r 1^*— Palm-trees ii'rigated. t-ij^^^j s^jsiX-i (_>_j5CiLj Necessary thing. To water To poison -<>• a.. o To be poured. Lt^Uj Oi&iJl-j Q^5Ci. ii3 j\. ^^Z. To be ilrj. Even road. <>• To be cast ^^JCljIj i^L o — (metal). Narrow-ringed liLi. To draw Avater. Drink. Nail. c5^1 Cloud letting large drops. a. peg. To give to drink to o. a Ji-^j J"''- Drinking-place tank. o.5CDropsical.^SJajL P Water-wheel. Ploughshare. Sickly. . -. •<>• Kind of sycamore. o. Q^iil.^ hole.G CiL Jj:.ri. vWfci. or ^JUb oCS-b water-skin. fields). o. Cops-.SCi. To coin money. To give drink to a. i — To sutler from dropsy. Rancorous.'^ J^\ wS*^'» Contirmoiis rain. Mackerel fish. To be dropsical. ^ ^4. ^ To stop .!. i^ll iC To be tangled (plant). Blood-horse. To farm out (a land) in part j nership.j tfei. Blocked road. To void (oi'dure). Vulture. Street. ^lj. (God). Scorpion's hole. Russian.-aI. Deaf. Compound perfume. Large sack. (cattle. Watered by . Papyrus-reed. j»liJ»i ^ jj'^^j j^'-^ Languid ^ii_.P o cX. To break off speech.ZXZ. To render Disease.

!^-:. Stranger. Silencing Lullaby. Apoplexy.-^j UttLL\ ^fi^ :UfeCi To till (a vessel). To slumber. To be dim (sight). 3C- J^ To dwell in. Port in the East. ij^l a j?. ' zJ^—'S C^i^r'J C. To act reck- i days. Intoxicated. drunkard.oife*-!-! V* \ he is gone to.rifci^-<>- T-k^'^'" Wanderer. To to stop. — Sugar Candy.^C«-j CjjS^^j C-5>—- I To wander at I'andom. To roll a cigarette.1 — ji=^Li jia. Vo>^— ^^ ' '^. -<> tf- cjVjtiLJL. Tenth horse in a race.-^ threshold) to (a door). s'^iZ.Z. ^y bolt ^\'Jf^z. Anguish of the soul.. *i\in^ l.1^ z^is^!- cyJjl — I (disease).. To totter about.. Ts -»To be still. <• Canal. Fresh dates. Temporate summei*. Sweet grapes. bowl. . . trifles. lU.j UsC:. Addicted j\ia^»j j^^j to drink. water). jj ^ . Food. Continual silence. Ci=i— o ^SC— Tottei'ing about. it — Lower eyelids. /fc Loaf of sugar. Ciliated Sida [plont). Coma. (devil).ylvi cJ^^ ^^ 3-* Insurance Saucer. To trust to. in powder. jrv-1 ^ ^ *I%i."r-^^ j_s ^JL ^'i\^ oCJ ^J- Calotropis giyantea. Hyoicijamui datora^ henbane. He is at the eve of _. o subside. To intoxicate a. Cocculus Indicus. Monk's hood. To insure against loss. fi. o J^Z. To shut door) . To render (a letter) quiescent. Shoe-maker. Wine. to assuage Js^. a wifcu:.Z.iitL^\ To rage against. t.p — To become ^SCll j Xi^L ^^j . To _. Lintel of a door uS'C «l6=iJ-l Threshold of a door. Still (night.^^jUZ. To be quiescent (letter). Remains xiia._j\M=<. -^ To (a door). o.L . Last arrow of the game.'~. do not know where f<L:^ ^\ ^sj '^'l Keeping silent. \ in a vessel. ( rx Silence. Darnel-weed. ^^L ^i^C-l ' To mind lessly. o. Foot-stool. Vinegar. ] j\i:^Z. (beve? rage).ia. Biting unawares (snake).feilL. ^^•. Jl — To leave a. To quiet. o.AinZ. . To patch up (a work). Indianberi-y. ^ i>^^~j ^S^-^ P ending the affair. c/^ Wine-seller. jiiw Jf^iL . . * (a To abate (wind). iil£ o^^— To be filled (tank). To tread the threshold of. To put (a fit yj^^ij .^I. c-^-l-* . To become sugar. jp^^ -r Pangs of oO^^-w. Clever in work. ^%*-^j Misleading country. th. c-'Js^Lj z^'. To strangle a.!. weak. To become drunk. Pause. — < To possess a.*^b ^^i" ij?^^ death. Low table. Refuse of people. <i~>\^L\ j) *jlfcilj ib>3 \ He has reduced him to silence.r^^ -^ i secure a.UZ.'j. (pain). Cl^SCi^j lj^^. To be a shoe-maker. Shoe-making. a. j'J^^-'j J^^-^i jisC-^ In a low tone. Intoxication. To dam (a stream). Date-wine.l^j Remains. j(\^ _jisiJL Sugar. Provisional patch-work. •^ de. mudar. premium. o. o. driuikenness. ^^^ ^-6^1 S To feign intoxication.l(^ Is -{f To candy.stitute. ^f o'J^l. C_.L His eye has been dazzled. Dam.i ^_j j . c^'Ja. To be the fellowj C^Clj » lodger of.

Colt. "itxl^] fn >^?^l^ Clarified butter. Weak.il.i-. ilJ^Jb S^ To slip out (shackles). down in a stream J-. J^ Perfume-basket. ) CJl^lj Jy. th.i the (prickles of a tree).fc»lj ^^ ^c». uVS^-^'l Large 4- needle. ~ To spy a.JI Aij jM-j ji-j Jfi> phthisis.1 rvalley. if- lightnings. To slip. to lower o. y^z. P Alexander the ojj^l ji jj15Cj. sands. horse. Humble.Z.>t.1 a . J^lSC. To redace a. Andromeda {const). To bereave js a. back (tradition). ^ JO— wUjI ^ii. -if- Simple. To her child (woman). JyJ_/i Base of the head. Lines of a book. gentleness. -^ To carry a ^L-jli j CLl^ Q::. JlU Poverty.^* ^5jj . os-f iSCl. o. iu. iiL\L'J\ sl^JI Alexandiia. ^ Sweet and palatable water. Curly (hair). Blessing. dwelling.iiu. Horse- J^^ :r *'i--! Cau.se cJi~b 'c'-J^ Secret theft. Ottl-^pi'ing. Abode.0 ^^--J^ maiiy lashes to To purify (butter). --^L Prickles of palm-trees. Wool upon Essence. destitution. 'Jij^ <_> To afflict a. poui" (water) into fall — J 1?^— Knife. connect cJi^^ -r Consumptive.^ 'JL Consumption.l_j _ A ^I. Sign of quiescence (o). To put on mourning clothes. fit ^yj. -^ of a Jc^j Ov- Inhabitants of a house.^I. Food. to (God). :^L -r *^'r%'-- a. J^jl. To be consumptive. JsCL. Elongated Poor. To pluck To a. jLlLi Traced (Ecumenical (council).3>L1.^p — To steal.^'~-J' Oxymel. . J-. i>-. o^-^-> o^-' tz^^Li Iron-chain. 'c^J^ Drawn (sword). "ij'jJyLLv lJjjji_^. Awl.l spindle. ^ 'SL. To aid in stealing. Streaked (fabric).i. To extract gently. without guile. " a pool."s self. Light blue -J i. 0. Pm*e wine. To plunder.. Alexandi-etta. dwelling. Plunder. the To lodge a. Obelisk. with phthisis i 1}z!\ i ^ (God). 0. — To lose the teeth. Thief. Stream in a valley. ease. lo.ai5C-l. To To To trace a pedigree up to. ^'c'l a tank..:: <r} 0(^1- (water). . "9^:^. Q. with. J5*-. of. o. Succession. To fi> y^ a !A^ -fJ- extract (sesam-oil). Small basket. of (reason). House. off forcibly. o.l.. o. q JL.i~ J( ^ -fj- Dwelling. to steal away. o^-i- ^C_.lt <) To clarify (butter).5Cj jL-il-j Rudder. The inhabited world.I^ Great.se of comfort. Spinal cord. Basket-maker. To pay (money) give . th. o.o^1/. fit off Alexandrian. clouds. ^5^1 5 — Long Bottom fish. colour. in.so to a.3 To become thin (garment). y^hi\ iij[^ if- Glittering (sword). Negation. To imsheath (a sword). Drawing of a swoi'd.. . filly. Calmness. Chink in •<>• To lose its leaves (tree). s — To draw (a sword).- Cutler.^ <!.l-. d>. To mourn for a husband. To ch. t ~ XifeCL. stealer. j^y^Z^ ^ . AiJ?iL'J\ Back-bone. Fire. Rest. Slice of flesh. To steal a. pith. A — ^ cn^i. o. child. Arrowhead. To deprive a. Son. to ^ 4s Jl. cy. Quick horse. ( rT^ ) J^ destitution ^ Daughtpr Cotton. To humble. To walk quickly. Rush of a J>i_. Mei Cjy^L^j CJl~^ i)hthisical. coll. Toothless. ( ui6*rJ. J. J. victuJils. Brain of the Theft. Pi.

To liJL:.rmed. -^ Spun silk.^ Sword-bearer.. TaU. ordure.iU Remainder of food adhering to a vessel. To shave To lash.st its skin (serpent). •<> To ransom fi> : Thin-husked bai'ley. ~ ^ i. o«:>>LC. To strip off (o. jlipjl irt-L^ ' Equerry. ^ Denuded parts of the body.- (the guts). .i^. Stripped (bone). Thread on the spindle. OjL^ Having the nose cut off. -{^ To • press forth Sj *> ClL< i o cJLl i>XLj *U9ii-. Bereft of reason. a young (female). ^ii. Chicken of partridge. heat).1:L a r-i^ -STo swallow easily. •<> To glut a.^x^ Treeless (land). th. ^Jlj — To drink much... Avmed partj. cjj^^j ^Jl- Arcturm Apostle. Colza. Skin of a slaughtered animal.'s clothes). with (a sword). *^>^ oy^X^ 5- woman. Rape colza (plant). S 3^ ^ Reseda lufeola. th. :. madwort. diarrhea. expand. xli. Affected with diarrhea (camel). ^\lr^\ rJ^'j fi> Shell-fish.Cu^ Misfortune. Tree-fibres. Skinned (sheep).^ P Martingale of a horse. To void ordure (beast). Plough-handle. Manner of acting. To pull off ^j a — her shift (woman). ^J^j . ^JL- a butter-skin. Sword. plunder. I have missed it. off (the hair). ^j_-j — ^::^ Food easily swallowed. * j ^Jj: To make a. To skin (a sheep). Tastelessuess of food. (>n. Bei'eft v_xl ^p ci^l ^^J}^' — Weapon. jJll:.^4^ -s:}- To cleanse a dish (with stealthily. in Booty. Juice of dates for rubbing step. Sea-turtle.llJl ^U to its end ii.J eU*jL-J oUiil— ^ Tortoise.::111 Abstaining from dyeing (woman ). \. o. Garrison. x/jla^'^L. dyer's ^~^. — To excoriate (the skin scab. Sliasl—J j\'^:^y. ^ *^si-i. Neck of a lion Turn To LS-xL^ conspicuous (road). ^»i ^c^^LL a. r— ^L. ^^dL. rrXL Plant sought by camels. To shp away ^ cX~][ c-t^ J^^ " To become green again (plant.P ii^AI. Row. weed fplant). Arsenal. cJiZ. r-_X~. Hard year. Thin excrement. To elapse (month). robber. ^ rxL ovWL. rli^j ^^Jc Slough of snake. (»Xl> a rrXL -^ To arm a. o.. (star). Light-handed. o a ^. ) shade {plant). . -^ Moorings. rr-^yC Gullet. fa — the hand).Ll— j . to be — ^^. Rain-water collected tank..^Xlj vlA**'-' ' v^^ v-J'i-^ Look rJLL-" of a child. jJi\ ^ j(^\ — Toothless camel. -Scast its slough (. To come to the end of (a month.. Tasteless (food).\j AU/ssum.i-[j ^-:jPl Road. to void s ?dlb — ordure. 0. -K- sentence. -^ To separate the day fi'om the night (God). ^» ^Jljl^ To ca.^u. To follow the day (night). ^.>^J-'. /. Thief. ^ . -^ Acanthus (prickly plant). %-lL\ End of a month. out. Kind of hyacinth (plant).— P To take up arms. To recline on the breast. •^ Cotton-thistle. Spoils ej^U-l ^r ^r^ of a slaughtered animal.snake). Common night- Rope-maker. Thin dung. Baik of reeds. To rub off. To cut a.u. Light. ^!>LJI ji Mourning clothes of ^ T of a Glass-bottle. To come (month). Swift runner. A Cbt'U-j G-.

l_i ^ i. : : iCSSI u-^i^j ~" Two boys of the ^iLlI j cuU oU>l^ ^LX Want tree).y. its ^^L ^5V1^ same age.^--Isl— To lay down on (the face). Scab. C^j H^^L} Cl-l. ^_^J. to swallow. Cll j\L. uii»L' Bind-weed. *W^ oVkLi- . Ji .! ial_j jp Jai_Jj -laLr ?r . tr" J To be loose. -^xlS Broad-leaved lepidium. it 5 Li. Stripped of stumps (palm- Scelanlhus quadragoniu. Cleft in a mountain. dominion. A':. Easiness. Leech.>L_e To lose its t^JU'j . Thin and long J»y^j arrow. Straw-mattress. . over. A ^iz. To split a._Ll* affected with leprosy. Highway. ^ Ear-drop. <^ Large hollow bowl. Mildness. *i»W Bitter aloes. Skiuning-jilace ._.Z. argument. -STo be u-l a . th.-S- Foul-tongued (woman).[ o^laLl J!>*I.j^ a . ^^X-j^ Palm-tree dropping its dates when unripe./^ ^ . To prevail over. deadly poison. To be foul-tongued (woman). Chapped ^L ^ 'UU j. Powex".-L:L ^ olia'C Honey-suckle (plant). Wound f-X-j cS-^C ^ X«'Uj *.iP To render a.U- chapping the skin. Grainoil .LU. (woman). oUalLil _. Eloquent (man). to subdue. To fractui'e (the head). ^il. Sharp-tongued. a vVlL a /il. . shai'p.»l_Lj — glion. CJLl a . Incontinence of urine. To be cracked. Authority. Scabby. Embroidered jacket.JL:-! in the foot. To be eloquent (man). Offspring. Slit in ^ . public road. Garnet-fish.\. ^j^ Leper. Tractable (horse). empress. ^lly. Black cJJL-ij 9^JL. ^z. Chap on the foot. To be worn out (wood). JaJ. : lower bi-anches (palm-tree). Cru^iU ^ o>iiaU oi«iiU. Plea. thing). th.rr Ruler.ll^ . sultan. Tooth of a key. ^ix j Cacalia sonc/dfolia (plants). (foot). To be -. Gan/i^ ^ xiLlj ._j rJlj^— J *itlU« ^ «)L- < ^ China-aster. Js^-^ ^ River of Paradise.\ j^\ /u. /b . Simihir. Raw leather. -"^-Worthlesss (man./i CiU a >il. Bitter tree. ^tii '^ Pole set with nails. craw-fish.ILJi ^ !i-JLl» slaughter-house. <f.^' Nutmeg-oil. •^ Acacia.^al ^ -ft- To proclaim a. ~ To pay readily (a due) to.-M- iLL^ Ja*Cj • iaJL:- *Ja-jPj Ja-i-^ olive-oil. oUL. JiQ. •<> Ornamental waterspout. o. ^J^J. Lobster.jJC. oVJaiiH <ixLi Sultana. article of mer. of intellect. -^ -i^ To expand (valley).aj snake. To be cleft on the head. To set jewels to string (pearls).1» iliiy-i.tj: /n] /ix~]\j /ijJi String for setting pearls.yiLi ^^U. <• j:^!l ollail jr:^^S. Loose easy meek. Bastard cinnamon.iLchaudise. ^\^ S^SLl ^jJtS. Red-. oUaLL Foul-tongued oCl)l xJikUj iillai:- ^. Strong. easy.'%J\ a water-skin. Scrofula. Easy To empower a. To be bereft of L-LLj C5L1 ^L -^ reason.skinned. -j^iaiJ. ^^^ ^ ^ ^l^ ^iL- Easiness (of elocution). . Slough of snakes. o. j ^^jWC To become a sultan. empire. Sultan. chapped. a — To be tractable (man). Kind of aloes. Wine. Commodity. To assume ^^LllJ lordly airs. Bald. Sea-eel.. Jailj a iaP -Khard. Guide in the desert. To cleave (the To be chapped head). Power. Hump-backed. Senecio badiensis {ploM). cnW>L- ) Jaio. Hard.

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