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abattoir
slaughterhouse. wwaHd albgra dy s+Hqw mwwalyha yhb+whwh llba+wwar ldbyHa. A cow which its owners had to take to the slaughter house for slaughter. [SLE 1a]
acordar
See cordar
adelfa
oleander. wqbd fyydw wwaHd aDlfa. And he took in his hand a branch of oleander. [SLE 10a] (In classical Arabic, dflt.)
affaire
matter. kaml dak· lafar bynathwm. He concluded this matter between them. [SLE 92b]
affaires
business. $afwhum yemlw afarys kbar meahwm. He saw that they were doing much business with them. [SLE 126a] Plural of previous item. The s is sounded.
albeque
bishop. albyk· lkbyr dyyalna. Our archbishop. [SLE 154a]
amblador
walker (contraption to assist walking.) kanat emlt lbnha ambyladw"r. She made a walker for her son. w$af dak: aTbae dlambyladw"r. And he observed the nature of the walker. [SLE 41a]
aranjar
to arrange. ba$ yqdr ycHq yaranjar adewwa. So that Isaac can arrange the call. [SLE 151a]
aria
air. wm$ayw yaxdw laryya. And they went to take some air. [SLE 124a]
article
article. awwal ar+kl. Hyn kan yjy endhm Dyf y$wfwh...wyqwlwlw wayn eadt bladna... First article. When a guest would come to them, they would look at him...and say to him that the custom of our city [is that guests should sleep on a procrustean bed!] [SLG 134]

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