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Ing. n. 8 of Being master of the horse. humble ; humbling one's self. 1 akhta-khdna. A stable. n. n. 8 of Choosing, ing. n. 8 of Abridgchoice; option, will, pleasure; control, power, ing, abbreviating, contracting; abridgeauthority ; privilege ; liberty ; rule, sway ; ment, epitome, summary, abstract, compenoffice ; a man in years;—ikhtiyari dmad u dium ; brevity, conciseness;—hi'l-ikhtisdrT raft, flight of way;—ikhtiyar dashtan, To I n short, briefly ;—ilchtisdr kardan, To cut have the choice, to be at liberty;—ijshtiyar short (a story), to sum up briefly.
Akhtar-girdy. Who examines the akhtan, akhtan, To draw out, unstars, investigates their course, astrologer. sheath (a sword); to castrate, geld ; to akhtar-go (gu), An astrologer, augur. hang, suspend; to lead, bring; to go akhtari, A diviner, soothsayer. n. 8 of Tearing custom ; to -weave, knit; to fear. away, alienating (one) from his kindred. n. n. 8 of J)^), Tearing strangled, choked, throttled; strangulaaway, alienating from kindred; being tion. alone. n. 8 of gy^), Hoardgelding; exhilarating.
Irghayan, A village near Nishabur. arghidan, To quarrel, dispute, scold, brawl, contend; to become hard, to wax dry. fiJ*4^ argMda, Angry, passionate. drg&esh, The bark of the boxthorn. n. 4 of Bestowing affluence; comforting, cherishing; enjoy- i ment of ample means and tranquillity. arfakhshad, Name of a prophet. or/ash, A caravan. A arfaz, A refuser; an obstinate heretic, particularly a fanatic Shi'ah. A arfaHigher, highest. v. arq, A canal. ), Being watchful, sleepless ;—araqq, More or most slender, or transparent; thinner, thinnest.