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A concise dictionary, English-Persian; together with a simplified grammar of the Persian language. By ... E. H. Palmer ... Completed and edited from the ms. left imperfect at his death, by G. Le Strange.

Main Author: Palmer, Edward Henry, 1840-1882.
Related Names: Le Strange, G. 1854-1933.
Language(s): English ; Persian
Published: London, Trübner & co., 1883.
Subjects: Persian language > Dictionaries > English.
Persian language > Grammar.
Note: "The Persian grammar ... at the head of this work originally appeared as the second section in ... [his] 'Simplified grammars of Hindustani, Persian and Arabic', published in 1882."--Pref.
In double columns.
Physical Description: xi, 42, [4] p., 546 numb. col. 17cm.
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