Wiktionary:Requested entries (Persian)
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- t̤ - lowercase T with two horizontal dots below; sometimes used in transliterating ط
- فروشی (Fravashi), پروشی (Prawashi),
- فروتی (frvti),
- پروهر (Paruhars)...
- yazata (called yezid ئزیدی, یزیدی or ایزدی in Irak), also need link to the persian word...
- nem - humid. Noun humidity is here.
- qabā - blanket or mantle? It is the source for Ottoman Turkish کبه and Serbo-Croatian ћебе/ćebe. May it be written as قبه (which means dome and is far from blanket)? (قبا, qabā, means: garment, a short tunic open in front, a long gown worn by men, a shirt. —Stephen 11:40, 1 September 2009 (UTC))
- кошлик(и) (Tajik) - ?
- zaotar Zoroastrian Head priest (Zot, Zotëri, in Albanian, the savior σωτήρ, the messia) ([]).
- گه مرغ سقا
- فسنجون fesenjoon
- ked: home (?? کد ) ANSWER: کده
- tarof -- "an Iranian custom of saying a white lie which is understood by both parties and enables everyone to keep face" ANSWER: تعارف
- کلاش / قلاش - swindler, cheat
- چاکرم -- just said to me in Facebook chat by a friend from Iran (ANS: This is actually چاکر + ام) that's a taarof-ish phrase that may be used at the end of conversation.
- پیشگفتار -- Source
- جریده (jarîde, palm-tree branch stripped of leaves; a group of horsemen or horses that make up part of a larger body; cashbook, an account of receipts and expenses; roll, volume, register)
- جدای (jodāi: I don't know what جدای means, but that's the 1st word of the title of a prized film at the Berlinale 2011) (ANSWER: I think you must mean جدایی, jodaei, which means separation. —Stephen (Talk) 08:42, 21 February 2011 (UTC))
- Thank you for you answer, Stephen (by the way, I reffered to the film جدایی نادر از سیمین), but I on my phone screen I didn't know whether the 4th letter was a b or a y. And why یی is read /ei/, not otherwise? Could you tell if the word reads /jodāeye/ with the ezafe? Khodā hafez. (with ezafe, jodaeiye. جدایی نادر از سیمین = Jodaeiye Nader az Simin. It seems that Nader and Simin are married, but they decide to separate. —Stephen (Talk) 18:54, 21 February 2011 (UTC))
- Thank you very much for your attention, Stephen. My phone doesn't have a suitable keyboard and I don't know how to create an article with a phone — could you add this word, جدایی ? Salām.
- جیشگر - general, makers of coats of mail
- دیوس (Singular, Dius)
- دیوسان (Plural, daemonic, demoniac, demoniacal, devilish; divine, fiendish, godlike)
- دمبلگ (drum; maybe a Pahlavi/Middle Persian term)
- زمانیکه – means WHEN in English
- نَسک – name of wikibooks in farsi see http://fa.wikibooks.org/
- کروبیان ( کروبی)
- کریه karih
- کرپی (körpī, “jetty”) from Ottoman Turkish كورپی
- كوتنگ (kōtang, “mallet, stick”), source of Turkish kötek, Serbo-Croatian ćotek, Kurdish kotek. Kurdish wiktionary claims Greek origin (Perseus doesn't know about the word though).
- گبول - a persian origin word, a noun meaning agressor,warrior,castellated. a baloch tribe of chahbar in sistan balochistan in iran. reference, لغت نامه دهخدا جلد ۸ صفحه ۱۸۲۰
- گاهشماری - گاهشماری هجری قمری: Calender AH
- گاهشماری - Calender AH: گاهشماری هجری قمری
- گنك (gunk ?) - according to one dictionary there is a Turkish loanword derived from this one which means argillaceous aquæduct pipe, so præsumably the Persian word has the same or a similar meaning. It is mentioned here. The uſer hight Bogorm converſation 09:02, 29 October 2013 (UTC)
- کرنای - a long horn
- What's the meaning of this name: نازیلا?
"Nazila" seemingly a Persian name, does not have any relation with the word nazalah نازله.
In Persian there are names like "Naz" ناز, "Nazli" نازلی, "Nazi" نازی, "Nazanin" نازنین, which are all female names. "Naz", which is the main part of all of them, means "cute" and just that.
"Nazila" too has this main part, and is some how changed a little bit.