A Vocabulary: Persian, Arabic and English
Printed for F. and C. Rivingson | 1810 | ISBN: B00087A8X4 | 643 pages | PDF | 30,2 MB
The other problem arises when you want to read text, because in persian we don't usually use accents on the letters, this book helps you in that respect too. Meanings of common arabic-persian words in this book are closer to persian, perhaps the author has been frequenting Iran or using persian more, eg. : ettelaa'aat , in persian means informations, but as I hear from my arab friends, it usually means intelligence (security), and there are a huge lot of words like this with different meanings in the 2 tongues.