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English Words from Arabic

artichoke

    al-kharshu:f;
    arsenal

      dar as,s,ina`ah 'house of making', i.e. 'factory';
      `arab

        arab;
        al-burquq
          From greek

        apricot;
        antimony

          al-íthmid 'antimony trisulphide'; сурьма;
          `anbar 'ambergris'

            amber;
            amber
            1. Янтарного цвета, желтый

            2. Amber is a term used to describe a heavy, full-bodied, warm fragrance.

            3. Желтый (сигнальный огонь)

            `anbar 'ambergris'; a; Янтарь;
            assagai

              az-zaghayah;
              az-zaghayah
                From berber

              assagai;
              barbican

                (possibly) bâb-al-baqara 'gate with holes';
                al-lazward 'lapis lazuli'
                  From persian

                azure;
                azure

                  al-lazward 'lapis lazuli';
                  azimuth
                  1. Азимут а уел compressed-air line линия сжатого воздуха а уел hail (средний) град а уел year год а5 amber airway number 5 «желтая» воздушная трасса № 5, трасса № 5 11 полетов в направлении с юг...
                    as-sumut 'the paths'; see also zenith; az; азимут; a; azm;
                  'ayatu-llah 'miraculous sign of god'

                    ayatollah;
                    ayatollah

                      'ayatu-llah 'miraculous sign of god';
                      `itr 'aroma'

                        attar;
                        attar
                          Attar, or otto, as it is sometimes referred, comes from an old persian word meaning “to smell sweet”. it’s an extremely expensive essential oil made from the bulgarian rose.

                        `itr 'aroma';
                        almanac

                          (andalucian arabic) al-mana:kh, of uncertain origin;
                          al-majisti
                            From greek

                          almagest;
                          almagest

                            al-majisti;
                            al-qobbah 'vault'
                              Qubba vault

                            alcove;
                            alcove
                              A small recessed space, opening directly into a larger room.

                            al-qobbah 'vault'; bedroom; alcoba;
                            al-koh''l 'the kohl'

                              alcohol;
                              alchemy

                                al-ki:mi:a:;
                                al-bukr 'the young camel'

                                  albacore;
                                  albacore

                                    al-bukr 'the young camel';
                                    al-toba 'the brick'

                                      adobe;
                                      adobe
                                        A heavy soil, composed largely of clay and silt in sufficient quantities to form a matrix in which sand particles are firmly imbedded; water is added, and straw, manure, and fragments of tile are ...
                                        al-toba 'the brick';
                                      alembic

                                        al-ambi:q 'the still';
                                        alfalfa

                                          alfas,fas,ah 'fodder';
                                          allah

                                            `allah, from contraction of al-ilah 'the god';
                                            al-qaliy 'calx'
                                              Qalay fry, roast

                                            alkali;
                                            al-khowarazmi 'the (man) of khiva'

                                              algorithm;
                                              algorithm
                                              1. Set of rules or steps for performing a desired operation. an algorithm can be performed by anything that can be taught or programmed to follow a specific and unambiguous set of instructions.
                                                al-khowarazmi 'the (man) of khiva'; алгоритм; algoritmo; altoritmo;
                                              algol
                                                Algorithmic language

                                              al-ghu:l 'the ghoul'; algorithmic language;
                                              al-jebr 'reintegration'
                                                Jabara reunite

                                              algebra;
                                              algebra

                                                al-jebr 'reintegration'; алгебра;