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Badiih, name who was tiruh, of the genius supjwsed to carry instead of going; Ajji-Jo; letters (usually represented badal safaryja^ travelling on envelopes by the figures allowance; ^/j Jjb badal rukuba, horse allowance; A-Mr-8Gi2). jjai bady\ see f-x VY J-^. ba^^ar^or jli (jXj) to ;^ar^ be dissipation, jj.. spendthrift, /jZ. cent, mu- jiji-. burur jSj^ main land,p;. liVl barr \'j barra, out, outside 1^ bardry^ wastelands. :»-L ; ,3\ji_ l_jl_,. li: * a* mill to '^l'-'}' ibny, or liini. jlj, iifjarrit Alii ji ; havorcpudia-j I J \j ^.
1 imtila, see % js£ vince. lem^a J^5'y, he come since ? when? (^U emta gdj\ ^. l am(^ra,sign, token, amardt. min pi. 'J»-ljr(i^ii J,, (jt'imur ), command. jUI itam- ^\l\ pectability, _,£j,. \: imdra, au- thority, imperiousness. ^^1 amr, order, command, pi. I j amr thinks a great deal of himself. jy\* mamiir, representative, jijyi' official, mamiiryn mamtir markas, charge of a jjjy mamCir delegate, ; f^. pi j^U officer in district ; jy\» bolys, Police 6th month of the Coptic calendar. fdkir fy 'asym, he man of honour.
I«_,; tam, to talk unintelligently, mutter to one's incoherently, a^j. act of barself, talk bargima, muttering to one's self, unintelligent or incoherent talk. \ to death. young chicken, or compasses,pZ. Jr'jt bardgil. pi. ibnah min hena, mo\e from r^ ^J. this place space; ! ^Ij. ^\j\ t^j. radyja, bardh, open ^j\ ard bardh, mubarraddt^ free land. ) birid (jibrad), to feel cold, be cold ; A-i; ^i ij he felt birid fy nafsoh^ barrad, ^ji (•>-%) barad (j'ubrud fit to cool, rebuke, itbarrad, cooling with a jjjJl file.