Arabic-English Dictionary for the Use of Students
by J. G. Hava
Publisher: Catholic Press 1899
Number of pages: 938
The aim of the authors, in publishing the present work, has been to meet the want of a classical Arabic-English Dictionary, which while comprehensive, yet might be handy enough for practical use amongst the students of Arabic literature and poetry.
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