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  • FARHANG Ī PAHLAVIG

    Cross-reference

    See FRAHANG Ī PAHLAWĪG.

  • FARHANG O ZENDAGĪ

    Nasserddin Parvin

    a periodical published in 28 issues from winter 1969 to spring 1978 by the Secretariat of the High Council of Culture and Art (Dabīr-ḵāna-ye Šūrā-ye ʿalī-e farhang o honar).

  • FARHANG, MĪRZĀ ABU’L-QĀSEM ŠĪRĀZĪ

    Moḥammad Dabīrsīāqī

    (b. Shiraz, 1827; d. Shiraz, 1891), poet, scholar, and calligrapher.

  • FARHANG-E ĀNANDRĀJ

    Solomon Baevskiĭ

    a dictionary of the Persian language named in honor of the maharaja Ānand Gajapatī Rāj, the nineteenth century ruler of Vijayanagar in South India.

  • FARHANG-E ASADĪ

    Cross-reference

    See ASĀDĪ TŪSĪ; LOḠĀT-E FORS (pending).

  • FARHANG-E EBRĀHĪMĪ

    Solomon Bayevsky

    Persian-language dictionary compiled by the well-known fifteenth century poet Ebrāhīm Qewām-al-Dīn Fārūqī.

  • FARHANG-E HAYĪM

    Cross-Reference

    See HAYĪM, SOLAYMĀN.

  • FARHANG-E ĪRĀN-ZAMĪN

    Nasserddin Parvin

    a research quarterly first published in Tehran in March 1953.

  • FARHANG-E JAHĀNGĪRĪ

    Solomon Bayevsky

    It took Ḥosayn Enjū twelve years to complete his dictionary (1005-17/1595-1608), which he named in honor of Jahāngīr. He produced a second edition in 1032/1622. The dictionary lists 9,830 words: 8,960 Persian; 630 Arabic; 140 Indian; and about a hundred entries of Turkic and Greek origin as well as words from various dialects.

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  • FARHANG-E MOʿĪN

    Kamran Talattof and EIr

    an important Persian encyclopaedic dictionary published in six volumes in Tehran between 1963 and 1973.

  • FARHANG-E NĀFĪSĪ

    Cross-Reference

    See NĀẒEM-AL-AṬEBBĀʾ.

  • FARHANG-E NEẒĀM

    Cross-reference

    See DĀʿĪ-AL-ESLĀM.

  • FARHANG-E QAWWĀS

    Solomon Bayevsky

    a Persian dictionary compiled probably no later than 1315 by the founder of Persian lexicography in India, the poet and writer Faḵr-al-Dīn Mobārakšāh Qawwās Ḡaznavī, or Faḵr-e Qawwās, known also as Kamāngar.

  • FARHANG-E RAŠĪDĪ

    Solomon Bayevsky

    Persian dictionary compiled in India in 1654 by the poet and scholar ʿAbd-al- Rašīd b. ʿAbd-al-Ḡafūr Ḥosaynī Tattavī.

  • FARHANG-E SORŪRĪ

    Solomon Bayevsky

    a dictionary of the Persian language, also known as Majmaʿ al-fors and Loḡat-e Sorūrī, compiled by the Persian poet Moḥammad-Qāsem Sorūrī.

  • FARHANG-E TĀRĪḴĪ-E ZABĀN-E FĀRSĪ

    Aḥmad Tafażżolī

    a comprehensive historical dictionary of the Persian language, of which only one volume has been published so far.

  • FARHANG-E WAFĀʾI

    Solomon Bayevsky

    or Resāla-ye Wafāʾi; a Persian lexicon of some 2,425 mainly literary terms, compiled by Ḥosayn Wafāʾi in 1527 and dedicated to the Safavid Shah Ṭahmāsb I.

  • FARHANG-E ZABĀN-E TĀJĪKĪ

    Habib Borjian

    (Farhangi zaboni tojikī, Tajik Language Dictionary), a descriptive dictionary of classical Persian in two volumes (1,900 pages).

  • FARHANG-E ZAFĀNGŪYĀ WA JAHĀNPŪYĀ

    Cross-reference

    See BADR-AL-DĪN EBRĀHĪM.

  • FARHANGESTĀN

    M. A. Jazayeri

    a term for “academy” which gained currency in the 20th century to denote an association of scholars.