A revenue officer in India.
A substance that has a penetrating persistent odor, that is obtained from a sac situated under the skin of the abdomen of the male musk deer, that when fresh in the pods is brown and unctuous and when dried is a grainy powder, that varies.
Also Zoroastrian of India descended from Persian refugees fleeing Islam in the 7th century and settling principally at Bombay 310 311 Parthia from Latin Old Persian parthava-, variant form of the stem Parsa-, from which Persia derives 312 Parthian see Parthia Parting Shot from Parthian.
238 Kiosk from kushk palace, portico, pavilion or Middle Persian gšak "corner" 239 240 Koftgari Hindi koftgar, from Persian koftgari, from koft blow, beating -gar doing.418 Yasht Modern Persian from Avesta.44 Ban (title) "governor of Croatia from Serbo-Croat.One of three deliverers of later Zoroastrian eschatology appearing at thousand year intervals and each inaugurating a new order of things and a special period of human progress.261 Manichean Latin Manichaeus member of the Manichean sect (from Late Greek Manichaios, from Manichaios Manes died ab276A.D.M "turanose." Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.320 Peri Persian ( peri ) or fairy, genius, from Middle Persian parik.M "laari." Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.Kiriya Minami First Of Pure Girl :06 676 days ago, teen, amaizing hentai video :30 676 days ago, hentai.
102 h&m échange sans ticket Chakdar From Panjabi chakdar, from chak tenure (from Sanskrit cakra) Persian -dar having.
131 Darvesh Persian darvish.100 Chakar Hindi chakor, from Persian chaker.M "carcass." Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.An Indo-Iranian lute with a long broad neck and a varying number of strings whose various forms are used in Iran, Afghanistana and the Indian subcontinent.192 193 Jagir from Persian Ja (place) gir (keeping, holding).Etymology: Abbas plus Persian suffix i; literally, "of Abbas with reference to Abbas I (died 1628 shah of Persia.M "duftery." Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.M "hyleg." Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.302 Papoosh earlier papouch, from French, from Persian ppush.278 Mummy Middle English mummie, from Middle French momie, from Medieval Latin mumia, from Arabic mumiyah mummy, bitumen, from Persian mum wax.Perhaps akin to Greek nephos cloud, mist.
105 Charka Hindi carkha, from Persian charkha, charkh wheel, from Middle Persian chark; akin to Avestan chaxra- wheel, Sanskrit cakra.