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An English-Arabic Lexicon

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GORGIAS H I S T O R I C A L D I C T I O N A R I E S

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An English-Arabic Lexicon

G E O R G E PERCY BADGER

VOLUME 4

RESTLESS-ZYTHUM

GORGIAS PRESS

2008

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EES Restless, a. Yoicl of rest, ia-VJ\ j^Ac _ JiliU* Unquiet, of a man, ijXJ v'w

883

— JJ¿¿J*.

ti^-yi- iJ^-j —

i pi.

— ¡J*jib.

~ Restless, as from want of

sleep, jix . Restless, from activity, J ^ J . Disquieted, c¡ «j l i woman, a gad-about, -""

i j ' l J j ; from activity,

• To be —, unquiet,

- Jil-

5b —

again, establish,

ibii .

May God —, make good, to thee ? & -o x o* (what thou hast lost!) 1Jli- uSlli .

To be restored, restorated, put on a good

qui etly, ij \Jai _ ( j l i i u _ ^ uLLkt; with disquietude, i—jV^zJ b _ • See also Turbulently, ad.

—.

To remedy, recover, i t; -c. Ah ? _ , J l £ . To — to life, . . To —, as from bad •»J LS Licircumstances to good, or as a joint, J ^ f - 2 — . To set up

were formerly in their possession, c ^ j b i ^ i J i

Restlessly , ad. "Without • -;st, quiet,

Jfi.;; l^» _



L^Je-1 _

"Which it is intended to

See also Turbulent, a.

of sleep,jic _

,



fying, repairing, putting in order,

_

¡ j , _ j i 7 _ ^ i l i > . To be — from want of sleep, j ,1 j b s i _ c X i j t b l j > . To be —, disquieted,

RES

)

OA»- _ • - S i - 2 .. To —, as the signilicaJx£ . To • one's self to, ^ J x Li. __

Restrict, v.t. To — from, To — to, ^L- .'«¿J 2 _ tion of a word, 5-i- £ _

J x "l^is! . To — one's self, ..—>;_ property to him (by will or otherwise). He restricted himself to certain dishes,

He restricted the iLxbSJ I ^Jlc 5bi

~.

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RES

884

Resume, v.t. To take back, S y tx iJ - S i t 2 i i ^ A i To begin again, as afterCOinterruption, ¿ y _ : He resumed

He restricted himself to living on milk and eggs, j - c ^Li- l -it -o _ _ ^ yJUJu

llET

)

• The number will be restricted to ten, ^¿.iiJ

the narrative, ^ 2 . Let us resume our discourse, j j ¿¿ueJ I . j j ^->1 _ ^ 4 Uj] . To - , r ltM ^ Restricted, a. 11 Restriction, n. The aet of restricting, — — to sum lip, (adverbially,) U: _ ¡»ìlIÌÌ . ôjSs?; the state of being restricted, _ jJLs! ' Jl=-. Resummon, -— . ^ ? s ? 5 's s t °* « Resumption, n. A taking again, _ ù\dyy\ ; of a dis_ My* pi. — My>i 5J3 . ReA —, condition, SÏi pl. .C S .OC./es course, j— — -^ strictions, _ eiMÂlJiJ _ C-.'lJ.Ls. Without -—, Resumptive, Sy^.° ' _ Hj ! J À^T _ ajLilJ k'U . 2 a.J . / O _ kO . To attach a — to, My>j ¿¿iL - L j 7 _ 'j ixj J^j sS S 0 _ Resupinate, a. See Inverted, a. CJ • •X^AJ ^^^T -x• G . i ° i' ¿7 j O. Resupine, a. Lying on the back, ¡jXUtJt — X j - c ^ju . Eestrictive, ujAjAs^ _ , "Restrictive clauses, Resurrection, n. As from the dead, — jy^- — S„a^V.. a^^ > ••_ S -J A ^ Î' Î / JJLJ _ 1?jo .. , A .. ^^ k d Jj . 'ijtU.c

-

Restrictively, ad.y^i^ u — Jc Asfu — L^ari- ,

The day of —, tSji\ _ c^L'T fcHJl ' _ lJ^XJ ! ^

Restringe, v.t. See to Contract, to Restrict, v.t.

-

I^T. _

Restringency, n. See Astringency, n. See also Astringent, Restringent, œ.

Resurrectionist, n. ) A digger up of corpses,

Restringent,

Resurvey,

n.

(,/ilï

^

also

Astringent,

Resurrection-man, j

n.

' ¡Ji\p

• i.

v.t. t ' j t t - j ^ ' _ k s ^ .

Jilii.

Resty, a. See Restive, a. Resuscitate, As from death,yL> Result, v.i. To arise or spring from, ^ '¿Ù ? _ ^ \_ , T o reanimate, inspirit, ^ ¿ J i . _ _ _ J.: / ^ Î x £ — i> is I ^^ — ^ ^ «or. - l^aM - ^ J ^ i . _ ^ ^ U" . To — | see ajso to Animate, v.t. in, to necessitate, — — To — in, to be the j Resuscitation, ». The act of reviving, as from death,jlîù^ . , SLl»-! i" — liJ ^ f e ^ 1 •

ate of a repast which resulted in his sickness, ¿^¿¿1 aJo ' l^JLi. A had effect has resulted therefrom, J J^i. S

Result, ». J&Upi.

J^iU _

_ i'Li-.

Resuscitation,

Hc

See also a.

-

(j-lklSJb

|

or) Jj^TG

n

d^JJJ.

Animating,

a.

See also under

j

:i !

.

detail, v.t. To sell in small quantities, ^ ^ ^ J _

. The efforts of the Wazir continue to be barren of —, \ —' > t ? ^ ' ^ â j ^ p f ^cUU P . To consider, weigh, the j Retailer, n. _ u—o'yiJ 1 '

• &ee also

Retail, n. The sale of commodities in small quantities, ¡^¿¿J —

?

These results cannot be denied, C^jSÎT »A* \ ( j J / i J G or)

results, v^J'jiJ i

n.

Resuscitator, n. The, of God, ^¿•Ji.

U'Airf ¿ ^ J 3. The — of it is not known yet, 'û JtyS ï ! retails hardware, 5Jo

Animation, 3 — ¿¿a^*

.

• To tell again,

jii

7 He

C ^ l i • He retails, sells in retail, - ^



Retailing, ». /S« Retail. ». ^ Retain, D.i. To hold in possession,

^ i^vi! _ -Lc ^Lis-j. _.

Conséquence, ». j x k ^ ^ - ^ l ^ - j l i L * . To—, Resultant, a. 1 80 a s 2 Resultant,re.¿sj -' ! prevent escape, ?— _ >". To —. A— to keep liy one, with one, i Resumable, a. That may ho taken back, ûpLiJ IXj — As-'u l^.-» | L5 dlUj A ju I t . . That may be taken up again, con- ! i H i - i i i i - . To — in one's service, d - ^ S . To 1.UJ _—i z¿i-j tinned.

U.^» — .. -v^»,-«

Résumé, n.



— i^iri- .

detain, J j £ . To — one, as a guest or otherwi se, (- lap or) -c \ , To — in mina, liii

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RET To be retain

885

- CS^* - j

EET

) Eetinue, ».

J _ ^j.

uL'î J i | Retire, v.i. To recede, retrograde, ^ IU—'^U—i Î - j j f ^ " ! —' — . To —, as from a place,liT-„ LT^' lLÎoVj . a/sofoKeep, »J. > jJ-L ^ _ ^ 7_ L^S". To —, retreat, Retainer, ». One who retains, tl-CoU _ LjU . A dependent, ( j - ¿31 _ ~ ' To ~ f r o m b y a f e i S n e d follower, j-jIj pi. f J L j _ — p y f * - Retainers, retinue from, ^ZpQ retreat, to draw off the enemy from a position, • ^ i v I i . Retake, To — forcibly, to j To —» t o 8'° aside xrom, o> "J «ail — 2 To —. of the sea, Ç^L Resume, v.t. - J f 7 . To —, to desist, J * . Do you still — your opinion ?

Retaining, a. A — wall, J^ai pi.

from,



Retaliate, v.t. Jté _ j l J ^ - J i l S . They retaliated upon one

^ 1i

2. 27

To —, secede, from, ^ tâ . See also to Requite, v.t. Retaliate, v.i. J l i T Jilf. Retaliation, n. ¿ I f c l J t i Î ttfe : of murder, p . See also Requital, ». '' ' Rctaliative „ t, « IJuJHj Jjlii . Li Eetaliatory, Retard, v.t. To keep back, Usi _ ^¿-ialJ J l i f . To delay, J i - I . To be retarded, 1=I1j' _ J y u to Delay, Hinder, v.i. Retardation, n. Retardment. Retarder,

n. ¿Jj*-"

. See

| ^ Jj-^ - ^ J j M - ^ • T o — » a s to a mosque, | devotion, . They retired, were beaten, as j troops, - They retired in excellent order, |^ f j ^U 4 ^ . Eat thou that from which 1 vA I t b e sr;a retires, and leave what floats upon it, yL ¿Sa U I retired, withdrew, as to a distance, liL-o^i ] _ JLli.£.¿-1 . He retired from the people, ^aJ^- 2 . Retire also f»«aIT f 1 & . To cause one to —, to withdraw him. '

>

from me! . «/so to Withdraw", v.i. Lir Retire, v.t. Sil — — 'iJSJjjJi. ScRetired, ». 'Withdrawn, . Axli^ . On the •— list,



Retch, v.i. 45 ä.:uJ 1 I j^Uiîi cLJ^ • ä « «/«o Modest,

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RET

886

)

EET " t, *

Retort, » . A sharp answer, LAtL — i ^ J & i ; an answer,

_

lessening, J l i l 5 _ j ~ J u -

\ pi.

Eetort, v.t. and i. To answer one with a retort, To return,, answer, 5 l c

2

_ LJjU- -

Sj 2.

Ketoss, v.t. ¿ ¿ j Ï j 'J*j

Retribute, v.t.

— Aó-'^ai i l i

^

2

^

,

—'^«j - ^

of any writing or drawing, Jls-* —

.

To trace back, as one's origin,



?

Retributory,

J^a^ _ ^ U j

— ¿-i^J-i j l c . '— o n e ' s

To

go back, to recur to, o "^fTj ~ • Eetract, v.t. To take back again, lS

!

)

tirement, asylum,

; for devotional purposes, -4

_ iL» _



A place of re-

er*

pl.

^ s ^ L i . To beat a —, to cut and run, b j l S ^ j j . To make a feigned — in order to draw an enemy from a position,

go back by degrees. through cowardice, ^

_ 3Sy _ ilri- ? .

—J J L J j J —JJL^Ju . To —

expenses, etc., ô i-i-'-jl also to Intrench, v.t.

. To • • from,

See also to Retire, v.t.

Retrench, v.t. To cut off, J \ j \ —"•tJai-.. ~ ùj~> ~ ¡¿."Ï

.

i

~

2

To j'estore, as

•-J1ii

?

Te

. I l e retrieved his character,

Retroact,

^ ^

Is-'



On what precedes, J^UU'. ^ J ^ J ^ L i i ; to act ] 3"J 2 .

action in return,

'



Retroactive, a. As on the preceding, JLjULJI acting in return, Retroactively, ad. As oil what precedes, ¿ ^ L l H ^¿s-

To lessen, as of 'A _ J J J . See !

;

as operating in return, \%j . Retrocede, v.t. To grant back, ò j —

' —

Retrocession, n. The act of going back,

¿J . See also under Retirement, n. Retreat, vJ. As from an enemy,

UL« —

Retroaction, » . As on what precedes, JpULil ^^^Lc J U i i ! ;

j l C i J a . A shelter,

jU

— 2>J£j — U^»

See Recovery, Reparation, Restoration, » .

Retriever, » . The dog,

in return,

See also to Eetrace, v.t.

l y i l p — ^ y k ^ i ; through cowardice, < L < -

Ec"

JjU! 1 . See also to Restore, Repair, Recover, v.t.

s \* )-

Retreat, n. The net of retiring, as from an enemy,



^t ^ i .



Retrieve, v.t. To repair,

See also Retractation, n.



il

i uj^*^

from loss or injury,

See also Contractile, a.

R(;tractive, a. %-^yZJïJi — . ^ i '• ' 9 a 0 Retread, v.t. à J j l J - ^ l O 2 _ y ;

of giving back, tij — Jrr^T/ • Ectroflex, a. cJ\Sa*5Vt Retrogradation, ».

.

/S«« Retrogression

Retrograde, a. Going backward,

». -

. Retrograde ideas. I L j i J I C j Ì Retrograde policy,

j \ L i Ì \ ^ J ] 1 Ü U a^ 1 ^.

- J ]

tr^^ .

RET R e t r o g r a d e ,

T og ob a c k w a r d s ,

To d e c l i n e from,

U^IÄ)!.

(

or < J > J l i

£

?.

887

— —

iJl^QÜ

\

Retrogression, « . The act of going backwards, K i ^ S — . ¿â>-J /SW Retrograde, a.

Rctropulsivo, a.

¿JbUiT.

¿Ja^i* Lio w T j y i V \

Retrovert,

• • •• I

.

_

To as-

To join to something else,

• To reconcile, ¿ ^ i i —

Reunite, v.i. As of people, \ ^ ¿ ¿ A , — 1

J

^li .

;

aiso

of flesh, a wound,

I etc., _ k ^ j y. • ss ? S Reveal, v.t. To lay open, to disclose, ^ ¿ J t i_a4>i .

To — to.

J-J^iil.

¿jIUl

^ I* ^Jj^laJiJb

To turn. back.

. Agreement,

9-

See also Retroactive, a. Retrospectively, «rtf,

— JIojI —

! to Join, !

Retrospective,

, The act of joining, ^Jj JUs — Juäj _ J i f ^ >

| t — —

^Ltffjy^T.

Return,

_

i semble together, j J ^ -

To take a — of, j A S j f J j j k l T f

Eetrospoction,

U* .

reconciliation,' , u-;UJl { Reunite, v.t. As after separation, jjljii'iM i & u - j ^ .

J J j - j l j — ^-fr^J^* • ^f ^ J"ity i U'i) ^ i ¿ °J o e .

i

: that may he e l e c t e d ,

the being joined, J l



; that s

Returnable, a. That may bo returned, bjS

1

R e u n i o n , A s a f t e r s e p a r a t i o n , ' i w J ^ j . Agathering,

¿\S 1 . j

¿ w «/so to Decline, v.i.

Retrospect, ».

BEY

He retrograd..'!., ; ov returned, JjU

in morals, went hack to his former evil ways,

Retrogressive,

)

To come back to, . J !

1li ? ,Chanp Ji£\ O j^Tjä. Course, as of time, ¿¿J rd!! ij^rl • How excellent a reward y f • • A disordered state of affairs, ^ ' j S p _ J|ss? -

of government, etc.,

. A political —, Ji^i-Vl -J-'^'l

• A moral —, ^bliL^V !j _ tl^üJ , .öl»-« . , y-f „"'i'rf , i 4 ,.' . A social — C^.jUJ !j gU^^i »--Jju jl J j y . ^st ö/so Rebellion, Revolt, ». Revolutionary, a. Tending to produce revolt, Sm.iS^Jt — 1 ; tending to produce change, cJiüV \ J j AliS^ . A — movement, _ jl^li'f . Revolutionary opinions. — ^Lii Jl^il • A — government. sl^Lc i^Jl . Revolutioner, n. jLUJ 1 < — -- JUiJJ I' - ^ _

Ms.

Rewardable, a. — ^^ Rewarder, n. — \p • Rewardless, a. Jt£ 2 . Rewrite, Rex, ». See King, ». Reynard, ». & Fox, ». Rhapsodic, a. ) - } ^ _ çJliJ . Rhapsodical Rhapsodical, ) talk, ¿JJh£*£ — î^â (jM^* • f , « . ^ l — 1V ^ " ^ J.ÎT 4 - ¿ÂJaU 4 •4--UOA 7/i 'Rhapsody, ».aor. j«" —j^ci^J IjJS^ — ^- 4, afoo Rebel, w. Revolutionize, r.i. To effect an entire change, J 55 — 'Zi — Rhatany, ». The root, 1 1 ^

O^ifùil ; of a tree, etc., under corrosion, C J j s ? _ C-iJsà

. He

was riddled with wounds, î ^ Riddle, v.i. To speak enigmatically, . Ride, v.i. and t. As on horseback or in a carriage, &£ aor

Ridiculer, n. c ? ? Ridiculous, a. '¿Sjs^ — YjS? Anything —, — . Ridiculous things, CulXs.^* _ J'-

893

" R I G

R i d i c u l o u s l y ,

a d .

. R i d i c u l o u s n e s s ,

i^s^*.

See also

a.

R i d i c u l e ,

.«I e

£ R i d i n g ,

» .

T h e

a c t

of

B i d i n g ,

» .

O n e

o f

t h e

rI

_CjJlIjT i T j ) ^ ' J ?

a ^ s r

».

)

o n e

w h o

* .

r i d e s ,

a

m o d e

of,

-

V

d i v i s i o n s

of

H i d i n g ,

fc_J>jiijJb

R i d i n g - e o a t ,

la¡J

n. y C L J \

R i d i n g - h a b i t ,

n.

_

U

.

» .

A s

of

».

a

O f

a

L l j ' j t .

R i g h t ,

( t / ù j J

w )

-

R i f e ,

u

i

D i r e c t ,

|

j u s t ,

R i f e n e s s ,

R i f f r a t f ,

R i f l e ,

».

•(»•«*£

O f

a

rifle,

2 L > U A ~ >

.

R i f l e m a n ,

(J-*-"

Ï J j J l l M



¿.¿¡'i —

g r a v e s ,

^

» .

j l w V i

X o t

of

g r a v e s ,

R i f t ,

R e f u s e ,

i ' J j J l i

2



C l e f t ,

J ^ U -

t - À i s " *

F i s s u r e ,

T o

r i g

T o

• —

R i g .

a.

— j ^ o *

_

p i s » * *

T o

v . t .

o u t .

t h e

» .

W

-•,

T o

fit

t o

w i t h

m a k e

U U . .

pi.

See also to

. See also to ,

t - i / s - M



F i



•J

T o

T o

¿ ¿ j



S p l i t ,

S p l i t ,

o r

fit

b e i n g

w e

a

r i g g e d ,

of

G } i l ! U



T o

j U Ï



w a n t o n ,

r u n

_

i ^ l i l

o n e

a

.

D r e s s ,

¿ S s *

r i g ,

w h a t

is

h ' ^ j

t h e

— •

s h i p ,

J

l i a -

T h o u

(jS

.

J j k i



_



¿J&ZJ* •

'J j >

!

c o n s i d e r

v.t.

.

E q u i t a b l e .



R e a l ,

i r n e ,

fit,

j

P r o p e r ,

j f



T o

-



n r a

L

^

a

U

r i g ,

-

^

» .

y s ^ p t

t o

— ,

¿ ? >

» T h e

s t a r

I r r i g a t i o n , t h e

upon



w - * *

t o

a n g l e ,

R i g h t

a n g l e d ,

O r i o n ,

^

^ l l s ^ '



^Sx

!

J ^ - j

it,

T o

s i t

i t s

p l a c e ,

d o

— ,

j ^ j I

afiair

is

s h a l t

t o

T o

J & w

,

b e

T o

' Vj«é —. ^ j . 2 -



» . l e f t

i n

ì

a n d

'A

w o r k ,

.

R i g h t ,

r —

h i t s

- J i d J

Right ascension, ^j-'ijj.^)

U^T

j t -



o r

,

R i g h t

'

R i g h t

h a s t

T o

j j S

h a n d ,

't

^ x J

.

*





H o

U J j j S

— ,

w a y

pi.

K i g a t i o n , R i g e l . ».

¡*jS& — —

is

b e c o m e — ,

X n

I

o u t ,

c o s t u m e ,

i y i l . .

J i i

-U) rî3 v R i g a d o o u ,

_

L w j ^ j .

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c o u r s e ,

.

,

I

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s a i d ,

e q u i t a b l e ,

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of

— ,

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v.i.

d r e s s ,

t h e

U - i J .

be-

31

t o

(^ C ^' t

r o m p ,

_

\ •• ^ '



m a r k e t ,

I ' o u t r e m e n t .

i m p l e m e n t s ,

- -

l i n e ,



T h e

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» .

r i g g i n g ,

a d o r n ,

M a n n e r

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o r

t ti,

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p i o u s ,

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1

p o s i t i o n , J

a o r . ^ .

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l i i i -

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I n t e g r i t y ,

n.

T h e

— ¿ j l i l c

.

P i e t y ,



- j - f

¿ ¿ J

_

w a s

o f

t h e

T o

j l j

i n

_

R i g h t f u l n e s s ,

1

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n.

See under

ti

R i g h t l y , ad."Withright, P r o p e r l y ,

w i t h

g

. h

R i g i d ,

t

n

e

s

s

_

H e

t o

— ,

R

See b e n d ,

i

g

a s

w i t h

c o l d ,

t o

m a k e

— , -

^ _

etc.,jS



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also

_ JU1 1

^ ¿ L X s ? .

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.

b o T o

T o

b e

h a v e

^ l a ^ i V

e

c

t

i

t



u u

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— ,

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s t r i c t ,

« U ^ l i i

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R i g i d i t y , R i g i d n e s s ,

:

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Romanticism, n. • or rolling stone, for rolling clods, ^ - j pi- * • A baker's —, i -jJ> — . A — for drawing out, as into plates, cLj'^-ki) Romanticness, ». Wildness, bandage, compress, ¿ i l i a

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pigeon, I»

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m a d e

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tent-rope.

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Rosaceous, a. CS^jj — tS^f • Rosary, n. "Where roses grow,

¿M^J . A string of beads

such as is used by Muslims,

— ¿ssX^Ly; by Christians,

j U . Blushing, Jjst " . «/so Ruddy, a. Rot, v.t. In a general sense, -— nuts,

c _ j i v ; of meat, ¿ k J -

Of eggs and 2

l.*jJ3.

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under pretext,

To do things under the—,

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of fruits, ¿SJ ; of a rope, clothes, 1 j aor. • IJ

Carnation rose,

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or a tooth, Rot,

Rose water, ^

Eotate,

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blossoming, JJJ* ; cheerful,

Rosemary,

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ROTI

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Unsoundness, Juli — kili _ Jlotten-stone, n. ^ùVJSL

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To bear,

of fruits, X

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; to recover, 1

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Frank, .¿"?U

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A — number,

Ìli

YJ\%\ CJk3 . pi.

A turn, J p

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— ^JJb 7 _ J ' ¿ S 7,

_ ,$¿5, * _ ^ l i i ^ I S s T c u J l i .

of paper,

• A — regiment,

The — troops, X ^ l S l S J i

Route, «. The course or way travelled. (.LCUUi . A way, road, i — j p j»?. ? ( ? ^ * ( j l j e pl. ¿ ¡ p ? . ^ rottfe, ^ij^Ul d> • ^ H e took the — to . . . , * j o J j

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Rovalism, n.

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_ Jj-tliCiil.

See Roamer, n.

Roving, a.

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pi. j^aHa _ ¿3yn pi. J^Je .. A — , as of houses, j U j — j f e pi. J\jit>\; ;





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To place

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placed

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or houses, placed in a — , c i / v C i : They pitched their tents iu one —, ('¿liLo or) lslx.£> ppj-3

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1 111 one — , .-Vc^ . j j IL j ^ L(1c

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Roysteror, n.

tl^s'i.

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> _ 1 j j j r • vulg. 1 -

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To rub,

To wipe,

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Rumple, v.t. "J



XS«e - . See also Report, n. ey also under Buler, «. Rumour, v.t. ^Lil . See also to Report, v.i. Rule, v.i. To have power or command, iai^J _ 7. To — Rump, n. The buttocks, Jib pl.j\ji\ . The rump bone,'¿¿¡Li; 2 over, ^ s . _ iaLiJ — ^jLc CS-^t 7. To govern, direct, of a bird, — * ¿ « j • A — steak, ^y-i ^ c j - . To direct, keep in order, j U - — ¡J^jL> 2 _ — ^ai. A — of beef,yLLS I jk 2 - ^¿J To dccide, c^-j 2 — f-hi - — ¡—J 7 — J-^i 7 • It was ruled Rumple, v.t. ^jOj - — {j^j^j • t h a t J \ kvjlilT . They ruled that..., Rumple, v.i.

^jlx. The government ruled that..., ^jlc ¿JjiSJ! Ls^jj' Ruler, n. One who bears rule, pi. — CS^* pi. a — by the authority of (rod, ¿JJ] J \j pi. i i j — ,y»U

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— ¡Jsijij .

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Rumble, v.i. As of the belly,

; of water,

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Run, v.i. To move with rapidity, u^-ij aor. ^«¿¿i — ¡¿¿JjJ&l —

— Sajltf pi. -ALi. A — to

rule lines with, _ . A wooden —, H-Lii"? . A —for hitting on thefingers,AxLL* . Ruling, a. Bearing rule, ¡J^SJ^Jt — — l^JlcJt. Predominant, ^ J l s . Ruling, n. J-^i — SLiii . See also Decision, ». Rum, n. The spirit, _ • Rum, a. Odd, Queer, a.

— iiiji — u-^j

To run quickly,

To run furiously, Jju-l . To make haste,

. Toflow,J lei aor. J^uj^ — t^jli »or. i ^ w j J _ t ^ r ' 2 — tior.

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into another,

• To run, as of a sore, Ai 7 _ Ail _ — j j 7 _ jjSii ; . To run, as one colour

. To pass away, as time,

9 Jf^ — •r y* - — as of %a candle

7—

(JI&-. «or.

- • To extend, Sclii! , To —,

_ , jUj 7 . To leak, (—¿-ii aor. i—iJj _ . To trickle, ^ J 7 . To ply, J j 1 ¿S ^ :

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:-

of

the steamer still runs between Alexandria and Bairut, t^-Jl i S 2 — < ^Tj^ — ¿^J thunder, any sound,lUjJZjj ¿¡512J ! . To run, as of a eon. 7 S( s— ? i ft"'of s s rumbling e• . The thunder rumbled, juijJi (—J^-j Rumbling, n. As of the belly, J ^ \ of water, ; of troversy, ^ 7 : a dispute ran, or ran on, respecting, ^ 7 thunder, U^r', - j U - j sound, '-j^'j^ — ri/e • any

- ^-Mrj - J j i j ; of ; ^ 4 ^ M \ ^c:u's»

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• To be in use, _^ 7 . To —, of 7 : i eyes ran with tears, .

Rumbling, a. As of the belly, y i - ^ J , ; of water, j l i - ; of , So the story runs, thunder, Rumen, w. Ruminant,

V. _ (_JUfJ ' . _

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• of any — sound, V _

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— ISaJT 1 jJjs . To make to run, to ~ o r Let J ^ -

• To m a k e me run,y>-l • To run about, to walk, ; . To run hither and thither, 2 _ . The water ran about the place, •'UJ i ^.'¿j- r

/Se« Cud, J-is^* _ J.-i^l,« .

Ruminant,

JJ.";' J-— Ruminant,ia, ». ¿J^Ls^ ^ (jyU^sSl. Ruminate, v.i. To chew the cud, (jalsl —^¿A —JjLtJ . To ! To run after, behind, ¿JdS~ J & j 1 > To follow, . (JI^-3 - To seek, — . meditate, muse, Jjlij' _ J.» li' . To — upon, cl — o Jj* ^ • j 1— Rumination, n. The act of chewing the cud, Meditation, JJib" —

1 _ ,1

.

To run aground, as of a ship, L k i ; (also as an active verb). they ran the ship aground, ¿Cx+kLA ijlak^j ,

(

RUN i

To ran against, to collide with, To meet, encounter, , JLSJ! _ u To run a race,

1

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To run off, to escape : (see To runaway.) To run off, as off a Tine, ' Y 1 J%; e' „- ^ *¿fj -ii-ìi . To rim a race ^ j ^ i -

> «¿¿it.

^'¿Jwjj | Js

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RUN

To rim mad,

To run on, to continue,,O^Ifi

with, To run at, t attack,

)

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7—

To precipitate one's self against, ^ s . ^¿jjj. — LjLU

J*

ject,^

I" ; as on wheels,

To run on, as the mind on a «uh-

ur

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s i - j - w 1

2

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To run a risk, J ycpo — fwiJy^Jsli. : He ran the risk of being To run out, as from a place, LsLSV, C- ¿i- — ^.Csr® I'lil . To killed, J J i s i j • leak, cor. _ s—iij _ - . To become expended. To run at random, J> (¿JLuJ or) • i >jtCaJ _ « ^ ¿ J - . To ritji out of, to have no more of, 2 To run away, to flee, — UjUS — — — ì'ò^S. L* _ ^J^f 'aJ jJ»ij 1.«. J» ? . To run away from, ^

Ll/jS 2 — ^

2

. To Jose To run over, to overflow, — UJs cor. — 7 . To 2 itself, «or. — . To disappear, , To drive over, ^Le j l i . To roam over, ¡S J u . 7 _ j\£ 7 . t. become expended, cLc 7 _ — -. To ascend above. To look over, peruse, O l i . J" To run away with, in company with. ij.fi].— w i To 1 j.J J j j run nway with, to seize, carry off, l_j ,LT ik^ To run away with an idea, b \ j ¿aO. _ \Aj aor. ^jjJ

\

To run or flow softly, slowly, (_/=J 7. ; To run to meet one, ¿j li-li ^iS", i . To run the gauntlet,

— 1 i \j o'^jl •

To run back, ^ A j ¿ ¿ j

1

_ Uki'Vj '^¿rj > _ Cks V; c J ^ l

— jijljs — ( —

— k&s 2 ?

— Li^lj 'iss^,. To flow down, ^^atii Cl^i — '. .. .' i 2 ^ . To stop, as a watch, etc., t_i-i« «or. t-A-SJ ¿¿S'1.

To ran for, as a prize, £jUsi •

j

2

2

To run for one's life, jli — To ''un foul of ;

see

.

f-Z-jJl;

To run in. to enter in hasto, To run in tlie blood,

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To run info.

j

as a party spirit, ¿ ¿ i t —

To dissipate,

spend, uJ^iit —cJaJJl —¿•lit. To pervade, »s. - — iS -_ , . - To empty itself into, d> ti

— iJ^Loj

— —

lS

. To cast one's self into, , j | i_i3u>1 .

pierced with,

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