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9 of ysj), Abstaining (from evil) ; repenting. drugh, A belch, ructation;—urgA, Hot and bitter (walnut or almond). ^ arghd, arghdb, A river. arghdj, arghdch, Yarn; the weft. SJU^ drgAdda, Name of a river, j l i j l urghdf, A stream of water. ^ U j t argkdil, Argali, the wild sheep of Siberia and Central Asia (see j ^ ) . n. 4 of Rubbing (a man's nose) in the dirt; lowering, debasing. Q arghamun, A. web in the eye, which in the extreme parts of the iris looks red, in the interior white. G c ^ y * ^ arghamuni, Wild tansy.
Ffyi ardm-shdh (peace-king), Name of a Mogul emperor. a s-lt drdm-talab, Seeking ease; idle, indole at. drdm-kdr, A lazy person, one who does not work unless ordered; one who does a thing slowly; tedious, patient; sedate ; a sluggard. a vj-v^Vi dram-kur$i, An easy chair. drdM'gah, t&Afi dramgah, The time or place of rest; a calm, peaceable, secure dwelling; a bed-chamber. jaS ardm-gir, Who takes his rest; quiet, tranquil. A aramil, ardmilat (pi. , Widows, distressed and needy women. ^ j ^ V ardmiini (from G.
Drat (S. aratni), A cubit; the elbow. n. 4 of g»j), Turning cattle into a good pasture; producing abundance of grass. T jte^ urtaq, A merchant. n. 4 of ^ j ) , Tying a thread round the finger, in order to be reminded by it of something. A irtibdt (v-u, 8 of Biuding, being tied ; connection, affinity, familiarity, close friendship;—irtibdt kardan, A connection or alliance. n. 8 of Passing the vernal season; to graze spring grass; to be square-built or sit four-square; lifting up a stone to try one's strength.