An Arabic-English Vocabulary of the Colloquial Arabic of by Socrates Spiro

By Socrates Spiro

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Barsyd, clods of earth. bars, house lizard. ^\X>y^bartdl,* porter. ri- barsam- J' J'. -J-Jy^ (J^J^^) inbaras(jinbiris). to pi. jbursamdt ,j^\i- j^ bar. sdmgy pi. Uj; i\ J^J^y. ) ( tP'-'y. bar fas, dJ. giving to clatter in walking with an old shoe, excelling, ^dji be abundant cellence. \cj;^iL^. ; bartast 'al^h, I I; took no J^j; notice of him. -y bartyl, see cel.

Da bear this in ,JL\i' bd^ ddtroh, he not oblige him, him. ; to cause to sell. ^VJI inbd\ or sold, would he had no consideration for bayja\ ; ^l «-Li. sold. «j b^', sale. i /jaWr/ m in rdh j. ^\j Jl ^p ^Ij Jc^^ V^ escaped my mind; bdly, it ljj»-ljl (^ Ji^V ^'^^ laks fir rdgil da, don't you remember this man? JI elkitdb illybdlak /(//i,the J^l\ \i min bayjd\ bdly, or rd/i 'an bdly, or Jl; bdji\ a «-Li Jlj ! \f^be'dt. mi\ seller. ba- urinal, Mi, memory, mind; j illil; bd' (jiby), to sell S^y_ bdl (jubdl), or J^JI ) bdz*, fire-bar.

Allaicyja. Ai)'ji\ ^dla, pain. ji\almci£, or let I yaZto rui^, you lilldh^ freely, gratis, I gds, itallim, to feel pain. (^3^\ glad he did not come. i| (i\,) nice! I yaZto,let allahumma, on *ll ana mabsAt am 3\j 4 \ dla rdfa, native musician or singer, pi.

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