Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers.

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  • n. essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers

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Examples

  • "The word 'athar' - 'antiquities' - became a horrible word because it meant preserving our houses but not our traditions," said Omar Hallaj, the chief executive of the Syria Trust for

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  • Death of Muhammad Amin al-Muhibbi (b. 1651), a Damascene scholar who compiled a biographical dictionary of 17th-century personages in the Middle East (Khulasat al-athar) and a massive anthology of contemporary poetry (Nafhat al-rayhana).

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  • His ‘Aja’ ib al-athar is a major source for the political and social history of Egypt from the 17th century to the early 19th century.

    1822

  • The verb ` athar means "to pray," the Arabic parallel signifying another form of devout exercise, "to sacrifice."

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  • To: sully777; vigl; Cagey; A.athar; A. Patriot; B Knotts; getsoutalive; muleskinner; sausageseller; ... posted on 01/29/2010 1: 33: 18 PM PST

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  • The 'Uyun al-akhbar wa-funun al-athar, by the Tayyibi Musta'lian Ismaili da'i, Idris' Imad al-Din, occupies a central position in Ismaili historiography.

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  • What are the tim - ber trefpafles? cutting down trees and taking them away; as airigh timber, athar timber, fogla timber, and lofa timber.

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  • Mac an athar bu mhor prios B'urfunnach chath e ftri nan ccud.

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