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A Dictionary Part -1 (Hindustani & English)

Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy

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خ

NA
Khe,
NA
called khā,e manḳūṭa or khā,e mu’jama, the seventh letter of the Arabic, the ninth of the persian, and tenth of the Hindūstānī alphabets, has the sound of the Greek χ : it is a guttural letter, formed by compression of the top of the throat near the mouth, and contains a mixture of the sounds of k and h : it has no corresponding sound in the English language, but is expressed by the Scottish pronunciation of ch in the word Auchtermuchty. in abjad it stands for 600. a. p.

خا

NA
Khā (v. khā,īdan),
NA
in comp. chewing or gnawing ; as, ṭūṭī,e shakar-khā, the sugar-chewing parrot. P.

خائف

NA
Khā,If,
NA
timid, pusillanimous, afraid. A.

خائن

NA
Khā,In,
NA
a deceiver, a traitor. A.

خائیدن

NA
Khā,Īdan,
NA
to gnaw, to chew. P.

خاتم

NA
khātim,
NA
a ring worn on the fingers ; a seal. Khātimu-l-ambiyā, the seal of prophets, i.e., Muḥammad. A.

خاتمہ

NA
Khātima,
m.
conclusion, epilogue, finis, end. Khātima bandī, f. a kind of workmanship, of which they make bows ; the ceiling of a roof. A.

خاتون

NA
Khātūn,
f.
a lady, a matron. Khātūni jannat, the queen of heaven (the title given to Fātima the daughter of Muḥammad). P.

خاد

NA
Khād,
NA
a falcon ; an eagle. P.

خادم

NA
ḳhādim,
m.
a servant. Khādimu-ṭ-ṭulabā, a public teacher, a professor (of a college). Khādimi dargāh, a servant who takes care of a tomb (mosque, &c.)., a

خادمان

NA
Khādimān,
NA
pl. servants in charge of tombs, mosques, &c. d.

خادمہ

NA
Khādima,
NA
a female servant. A.

خادمی

NA
Khādimī,
f.
service, serving. A.

خار

NA
Khār,
m.
a thorn, spine, thistle, bramble ; a spur, a cock’s spur. Khār ānkhon kā, an eye-sore, disagreeable. khār-bunān, roots of thorns or brambles, khār-bast or Khār-bandī, a fence or hedge ; a stockade. Khār-pusht, m. a porcupine (Hystrix). Khār-khār, disquietude. Khār-dār, troublesome, arduous, barbed, thorny. khār-kash, a woodcutter. khār-kan, one who digs or plucks up thorns. khār o khas, m. sweepings, any thing vile. p.

خارا

NA
Khārā,
NA
a stone of extreme hardness ; a species of waved silk ; adj. flinty or hard, as a stone. Khārā-sang, a kind of marble. P.

خارج

NA
Khārij,
a.
external, without, beyond, outcast. Khārij-k., to exclude. Khārij-honā, to be excluded, exempted. Khārij jam’, land separated from the revenue, and sold by the zamīndārs ; it is hereditary, and consequently alienable by the holder of it, whether by deed, gift, or otherwise. a.

خارجہ

NA
Khārija,
m.
the word at the bottom of a page, which is repeated at the ebginning of the next, an asterisk, a catch word. A.

خارجی

NA
Khārijī,
m.
a seceder, a schismatic, a rebel ; a sect of Muḥammadans who do not reckon ‘Alī among the legal successors of the prophet ; they are the moral enemies of the ‘Uṣmān, while Sunnīs consider the four as legal successors. Yet the Shī’as apply the term khārijī to the Sunnis. a.

خارز

NA
Khāraz,
NA
a dish prepared of eggs. D.

خارش
خارشت

NA
Khārish,
Khārisht,
f.
the itch, the scab, the mange. P.
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