Arabic phrase book

المعلومات Information Is there any delay hal hunaak taʼkheer Ahla ar - riHla on
flight ... ? How late will it be ? at Has the flight from ... landed ? hal waSalt ar -
riHla min هل هناك تأخير على الرحلة ... ؟ كم مدة التأخير ؟ kam muddit al - ta'kheer هل
وصلت ...

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Publisher: Langenscheidt Publishing Group

ISBN: 9782831562643

Category: Foreign Language Study

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Arabic is spoken in more than 20 countries--be understood in every one. This popular phrase book applies Modern Standard Arabic and includes colloquial pronunciation and vocabulary. Both the Arabic alphabet and its English equivalent are represented to help you understand words and signs and their meanings. The Berlitz phrase book is the unparalleled market leader in its category.

elementary arabic first reading book

Awake . مت Flight . مرب ومهرب - فرون Proper name masculine . Aaron . - هبط . Go
down into , enter هجر الهجرة The Flight Be emaciated . Put to flight : VII be put to
flight , flee . Flight . ( of Muḥammad from Mecca to Medîna , 622 A . D . ) , the
Hegira .

Author: Frederic Du Pre Thornton

Publisher: CUP Archive

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Flight and Integration

Variables in host - refugee relationships Interaction between the respondents
and the local population were influenced most by gender , knowledge of Arabic
and type of settlement . Economic and religious factors also tend to impinge on ...

Author: Mekuria Bulcha

Publisher: Nordic Africa Institute

ISBN: 9789171062796

Category: Africa

Page: 256

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An English and Arabic Dictionary in Two Parts Arabic and English and English and Arabic by Joseph Catafago

Fleeced or fleecy , gco harb ; ( the general flight or rout sawwif . [ . ) , Fleer , v . (
deride ) , sjefärel istahza ” , rat . To take flight , vi far . To put Fleet , s . obrogglas
çamārat marākib , to flight ( defeat ) , pjd hazzam . To langu donanmā . To fit out a
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Author: Joseph Catafago

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An English and arabic Dictionary in 2 parts arabic and english and english and arabic in which the arabic words are represented in the oriental character as well as their correct pronunciation and accentuation shewn in english letters

See Rove , flutter , fly Fugitive , runaway .- ( in the air ) , away . Float , v . ( swim ) ,
ple'çām ; ( to Flier , 8. ( of a jack or other engine ) , overflow ) , zju tamawwaj .
üoleo muçõdalat , alig takkūlat . Flock , 8. ubi katīę . A flock of Flight ( from danger
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Author: Joseph Catafago

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Arabic Reading Lessons Consisting of Easy Extracts from the Best Authors Together with a Vocabulary of All the Words Occurring in the Text Also Some Explanatory Annotations Etc

cáós ( csc ) he threw away ( cloak , | ss ( S. ) he became heir ; he sucarms , or
spear ) in flight ; ix . ceeded by inheritance ; I. 6 , and -he was gloomy , melan
إستوحش -he made heir ; he be أورت III . وارد ; he was present .and m وحي he
suggested ...

Author: Duncan Forbes

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Category: Arabic language

Page: 232

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Jewish Life in Arabic Language and Jerusalem Arabic in Communal Perspective

A maxim defending flight when one is in danger , goes : il - harībe tultēn marājel ,
' flight equals two thirds of bravery ' ; J2 / E . I fall , yifill , v.i. , s.m. S. 463b ; J3 / Syr
. I filet , yiflat , v.i. , s.m. Bauer 101 and 102b , B. 619 , cf. E. I fálat , yýflit , v.i. ...

Author: Moshe Piamenta

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004117624

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 274

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A retrospective lexico-semantic study of symbiotic mainstream Jerusalem Arabic, spoken by mixed and contiguous communities, shattered by existential, religious, political, and cultural clashes leading to aloofness and armed conflict resulting in Arabic-Hebrew split.

An English and Arabic Dictionary

In Two Parts, Arabic and English, and English and Arabic, in which the Arabic
Words are Represented in the Oriental ... dj firar , sheep , pice bi katīų ghanan .
harb ; ( the general flight A flock of people , iclas jamācat . or rout of an army ) ,
and ...

Author: Joseph Catafago

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Category: Arabic language

Page: 1060

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A Dictionary of Modern Arabic

Firâr , ( 2 ) Foqâsa , barley water . flight , escape . « Fecieh , pleasant ( amænus )
. iv . Afirr , va put to flight . Focêhe , amenity . vi . Tefârr , vn disperse in flight .
Feciehe , pleasantry . Farrâr , a fugitive , a runaway . iii . Fêcih , va banter ( a
person ) ...

Author: Francis William Newman

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Category: Arabic language

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A Dictionary of Modern Arabic by F W Newman

Firâr , ( 2 ) Foqasa , barleywater . flight , escape . « Fecieh , pleasant ( amænus ) .
iv . Afirr , va put to flight . Focêhe , amenity . vi . Tefârr , vn disperse in flight .
Feciehe , pleasantry . Farrâr , a fugitive , a runaway . iii . Fêcíh , va banter ( a
person ) ...

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An English Arabic Lexicon

In which the Equivalents for English Words and Idiomatic Sentences are
Rendered Into Literary and Colloquial Arabic George Percy Badger . as - إجراء
الخاطر C ; . . A . and ... A - stone - هوب - فرور - من - قژ , Flight , n . The act of running
away of a ...

Author: George Percy Badger

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Category: Arabic language

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The Koran Translated from the Arabic the Suras Arranged in Chronological Order with Notes and Index By J M Rodwell

Moreover , for man ' s warning have we varied this Koran : Yet it only increaseth
their flight from it . Sar : If , as ye affirm , there were other gods with Him , they
would in that case scek occasion against the occupant of the throne : Glory to
Him !

Author: John Medows Rodwell

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Modern Written Arabic

Arabic Language and Area School Harlie L. Smith, A. Nashat Naja ... engine (
that which sets s . th . in motion ) محرك - ات to fly , rush ( vn , flight , aviation ) II to
destroy , ruin devastate II to hover , fly , soar طار ، يطير « طيران ) خرب ( تخریب )
حلق ...

Author: Arabic Language and Area School

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Category: Arabic language

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Arabic English Lexicon

Also The deeply looked into ; and in like manner , in the Ķur ( xiv . 44 ) , meil D. (
9 , B. ) hinder part , ( M , ) and angle , ( a slje ) of a house an answer , or a reply . (
M. ) And ska , * ) — ( , S M , A , K flight , or being routed . ( A , TA . ) — The back ...

Author: Edward William Lane

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Category: Arabic language

Page: 3064

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An Arabic English Lexicon

45 ) , vwt úgy's [ And they shall and Ks and Th adopt this latter reading : ( M :) * TA
; ) i . e . , when the affair is past : or ' s ' ; turn the back , in flight ] : where we is
used in a or , accord . to the T , both mean and in the two ispus signifies an
opinion ...

Author: Edward William Lane

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An Arabic English Lexicon th

or with core touse Swift in flight .; applied to a thics , or ... and ( As , $ , 0 , K ) and (
0 , K ) pable desire ; ( $ , A :) and videos and signifies TA , ) and strong . ( TA . ) —
And the former , ap- and plant ; ( 0 , L ; ) and ; and continual ; [ a soul that is ...

Author: Edward William Lane

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Category: Arabic language

Page: 3064

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Man of Wiles in Popular Arabic Literature

He is known as 'Father of the Winds' (2.188); he runs 'like a bird in flight or an
escaping panther (1.366), moving like a cloud with his feet not appearing to touch
the ground and striking the lobes of his ears (2.128). He is like a torrent or water ...

Author: M. C Lyons

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 0748689486

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 264

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The Man of Wiles appears in every hero cycle within classical Arabic literature - proof of his popularity with the audiences of Arab story-tellers. This study sets out in detail the lives of these men for those who cannot access the original texts.

Classical Arabic Stories

Have mercy on me then, a downcast man whose heart is in flight. Return my
Suʿda to me, and the mighty God will reward you. With that he fainted, there in
the caliph's presence, ready to die as it seemed. Muʿawiya had been reclining
till this ...

Author: Salma Khadra Jayyusi

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231520271

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 400

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Short fiction was an immensely innovative art in the medieval Arab world, providing the perfect vehicle for transmitting dazzling images of life and experiences as early as pre-Islamic times. These works also speak to the urbanization of the Arab domain after Islam, mirroring the bustling life of the Muslim Arabs and Islamized Persians and reflecting the sure stamp of an urbanity that had settled very staunchly after big conquests. All the noises and voices of the Umayyads and Abbasids are here. One can taste the flavor of Abbasid food, witness the rise of slave girls and singers, and experience the pride of state. Reading these texts today illuminates the wide spectrum of early Arab life and suggests the influences and innovations that flourished so vibrantly in medieval Arab society. The only resource of its kind, Salma Khadra Jayyusi's Classical Arabic Stories selects from an impressive corpus, including excerpts from seven seminal works: Ibn Tufail's novel, Hayy ibn Yaqzan; Kalila wa Dimna by Ibn al-Muqaffa; The Misers by al-Jahiz; The Brethren of Purity's The Protest of Animals Against Man; Al-Maqamat (The Assemblies) by al-Hamadhani and al-Hariri; Epistle of Forgiveness by al-Ma'arri; and the epic romance, Sayf Bin Dhi Yazan. Jayyusi organizes her anthology thematically, beginning with a presentation of pre-Islamic tales, stories of rulers and other notables, and thrilling narratives of danger and warfare. She follows with tales of love, religion, comedy, and the strange and the supernatural. Long assumed to be the lesser achievement when compared to Arabic literature's most celebrated genre-poetry-classical Arabic fiction, under Jayyusi's careful eye, finally receives a proper debut in English, demonstrating its unparalleled contribution to the evolution of medieval literature and its sophisticated representation of Arabic culture and life.

The Use of Arabic in Biblical Hebrew Lexicography

35 This proposal is based on the Arabic evidence he cites regarding the roottfl ,
which he claims means “ to subside ” in ... 34 The one version which adopts
Driver ' s proposal is , not surprisingly , the NEB : “ Your commanders are all in
flight ...

Author: John Kaltner

Publisher: Southern California Anthologie

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 122

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One of the common ways biblical scholars attempt to uncover the sense of Hebrew words with unknown meanings, or to propose new meanings for well-attested words, is through appeal to cognate languages. Among the languages used for such purposes none has been more frequently cited than Arabic. This dissertation studies the methodology employed by Hebraists drawing upon the Arabic sources, points out some of the flaws occasionally found in their work, and suggests ways of avoiding such pitfalls in the future.

Structure and Meaning in Medieval Arabic and Persian Lyric Poetry

829–42) to ensure victory through extravagant expenditure (contrasted with the
caliph's restraint of excessive expense and the fact that the campaign was
mounted “to call (the offender) to account, not ... to procure gain”) and of his flight
and ...

Author: Julie Meisami

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135790108

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 528

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This is the first comprehensive and comparative study of compositional and stylistic techniques in medieval Arabic and Persian lyric poetry. Ranging over some seven countries, it deals with works by over thirty poets in the Islamic world from Spain to present-day Afghanistan, and examines how this rich poetic traditions exhibits both continuity and development in the use of a wide variety of compositional strategies. Discussing such topics as principles of structural organisation, the use of rhetorical figures, metaphor and images, and providing detailed analyses of a large number of poetic texts, it shows how structural and semantic features interacted to bring coherence and meaning to the individual poem. It also examines works by the indigenous critics of poetry in both Arabic and Persian, and demonstrates the critics' awareness of, and interest in, the techniques which poets employed to construct poems which were both eloquent and meaningful. Comparisons are also made with classical and medieval poetics in the west. The book will be of interest not merely to specialists in the relevant fields, but also to all those interested in pre-modern poetry and poetics.