A Shorter English Nepali Dictionary by T. Warren

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P Thoroughfares: Roads, Streets, Paths, etc. 12. 3. 4. 102 dievxodo", ou f: possibly a street crossing, but more probably the place where a principal thoroughfare crosses a city boundary and extends into the open country ‘where a main street leaves the city’ (possibly at the city wall). 9. 19. 10. 23. 10. 26. In some languages it may be quite impossible to translate literally ‘hitting the air,’ for since the air is not regarded as a kind of material substance, it is impossible to hit it. 7. 30.

15. ’ In other instances it may be necessary to employ a phrase such as ‘lakes and oceans,’ while in certain languages a term for ‘ocean’ also has a generic sense of any extensive area of water. 36. 1) reflects Semitic usage, in which all bodies of water from oceans to pools could be referred to by a single term. 72). Many languages make a clear distinction between different types of bodies of water. The three principal bases for differentiation are (1) fresh, brackish, or salty, (2) relative size, that is, large versus small bodies of water, and (3) existence of an outlet.

57) in that a phghva is normally a natural source of water, in contrast with frevara and phghvb, which are dug and into which a phghva may be said to flow. 13 The meanings of gh`d, cwvrab, klivma, o{rion, and mevro"c are not to be regarded as completely synonymous, but in certain of their NT usages they are largely overlapping in reference. 15. 1. 21. 16. 21. 35. 37. 5, hJ perivcwro" tou` jIordavnou, it is difficult to speak of ‘the area surrounding the Jordan River,’ since a river is not like a city which would constitute a center.

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