Previous 200 Entries10594. بوي 10595. بویام 10596. بویر 10597. بویرا 10598. بویسیا 10599. بے10600. بے 10601. بی 10602. بی 10603. بی 10604. بیا 10605. بیا 10606. بیا 10607. بیا 10608. بیا 10609. بیاءی 10610. بیابان 10611. بیابانی 10612. بیاپار 10613. بیاپاري 10614. بیاپنا 10615. بیاج 10616. بیاجو 10617. بیاجی 10618. بیادها 10619. بیادهت 10620. بیادهہ 10621. بیادهہ 10622. بیادهی 10623. بیار 10624. بیار 10625. بیار 10626. بیارتھہ 10627. بیاري 10628. بیاري 10629. بیاز 10630. بیاس 10631. بیاس 10632. بیاسی 10633. بیاض 10634. بیاكرن 10635. بیاكرن 10636. بیاكرنی 10637. بیاكل 10638. بیاكھیا 10639. بیاكھیا 10640. بیاكھیان 10641. بیال 10642. بیال 10643. بیالا 10644. بیالو 10645. بیالیس 10646. بیان 10647. بیان 10648. بیان 10649. بیانا 10650. بیانا 10651. بیانت 10652. بیانو 10653. بیاہ 10654. بیاها 10655. بیاهتا 10656. بیاهلا 10657. بیاهلی 10658. بیاهن 10659. بیاهنا 10660. بیاهنا 10661. بیاهی 10662. بیاولا 10663. بیاولی 10664. بیایام 10665. بیب 10666. بیب 10667. بیبل 10668. بیبھو 10669. بیبی 10670. بیپار 10671. بیپاري 10672. بیت 10673. بیت 10674. بیت 10675. بیت 10676. بیتا 10677. بیتال 10678. بیتر 10679. بیترا 10680. بیترنی 10681. بیتل 10682. بیتلا 10683. بیتلا 10684. بیتن 10685. بیتنا 10686. بیتھت 10687. بیتھہ 10688. بیتھی 10689. بیتیت 10690. بیٹ 10691. بیٹ 10692. بیٹ 10693. بیٹا 10694. بیٹن 10695. بیٹنا 10696. بیٹھا 10697. بیٹھا 10698. بیٹھاءی 10699. بیٹھارنا 10700. بیٹھالنا 10701. بیٹھانا 10702. بیٹھاو 10703. بیٹھك 10704. بیٹھكا 10705. بیٹھكی 10706. بیٹھلانا 10707. بیٹھن 10708. بیٹھنا 10709. بیٹھہ 10710. بیٹھہ 10711. بیٹھوان 10712. بیٹوا 10713. بیٹی 10714. بیٹیا 10715. بیج 10716. بیجاءی 10717. بیجابركھنڈ 10718. بیجار 10719. بیجر 10720. بیجك 10721. بیجلا 10722. بیجنا 10723. بیجنتی 10724. بیجھا 10725. بیجھر 10726. بیجھڑ 10727. بیجھڑا 10728. بیجھڑا 10729. بیجھڑا 10730. بیجھڑا 10731. بیجھنا 10732. بیجھونیا 10733. بیجھیریا 10734. بیجو 10735. بیجوار 10736. بیجی 10737. بیجی 10738. بیجیسر 10739. بیچ 10740. بیچا 10741. بیچا 10742. بیچرا 10743. بیچنا 10744. بیچھا 10745. بیچھو 10746. بیچو 10747. بیچواءی 10748. بیچوانی 10749. بیخ 10750. بید 10751. بید 10752. بید 10753. بید 10754. بید 10755. بیداءی 10756. بیدار 10757. بیداري 10758. بیدانت 10759. بیدانتی 10760. بیدر 10761. بیدستر 10762. بیدق 10763. بیدك 10764. بیدك 10765. بیدكا 10766. بیدن 10767. بیدنا 10768. بیدها 10769. بیدهك 10770. بیدهن 10771. بیدهنا 10772. بیدهنا 10773. بیدهہ 10774. بیدهہ 10775. بیدهی 10776. بیدهیا 10777. بیدوا 10778. بیدي 10779. بیدي 10780. بیدیك 10781. بیڈا 10782. بیر 10783. بیر 10784. بیر 10785. بیر 10786. بیر 10787. بیر 10788. بیأر 10789. بیأر 10790. بیرا 10791. بیرا 10792. بیرا 10793. بیراق


بے बे be[Zend vi; S. िव], priv. particle; prep. (governing a following gen. with -ke); and prefix;—Without, devoid of; out of, etc.; in-, un-, im-, ir-, dis-, -less, etc.:—be-āb, adj. Without water; without lustre, lustreless; without temper; without dignity, etc. (see āb):—be-ābrū, adj. Dishonoured, disgraced; dishonourable, disreputable:—be-ābrū`ī, s.f. Dishonour, disgrace:—be-ābī, s.f. Want of water; lustrelessness; want of temper, etc.:—be-ittifāqī, s.f. Want of agreement or harmony, discord:—be-as̤ar, adj. Without impression or effect, ineffectual, inefficacious:—be-as̤arī, s.f. Inefficacy: beajal, adj. Untimely (death);—be-ěḥtiyāt̤, adj. Incautious; wanting in carefulness; improvident; imprudent; rash:—be-iḵẖtiyār, adj. & adv. Without choice, involuntary, constrained, forced, compelled; without selfpossession, control, or authority;—involuntarily, against (one's) will, in spite of oneself, perforce:—be-iḵẖtiyārī, s.f. Without choice or election, helplessness, want of power:—be-adā`ī, s.f. Non-performance, nonfulfilment; faithlessness; incivility, rudeness:—be-adab, adj. & s.m. Ill-behaved, unmannerly, disrespectful, rude; presumptuous, impudent, insolent;—an ill-behaved person, etc.: beadabī, s.f. Incivility, rudeness, disrespect, impudence, impertinence, presumptuousness:—be-ādar, s.m.=nir-ādar, q.v.:—be-ārām, adj. Restless, uneasy:—be-ārāmī, s.f. Restlessness, uneasiness, disquiet, disease:—bearth (S. vyartha), adj. Without meaning, unmeaning, meaningless; useless, vain, unprofitable, ineffectual, inefficient:—beasbāb, adj. Without goods or effects, having no effects:—be-asbābī, s.f. Want of goods, effects, or necessaries:—be-aṣl, adj. Without foundation, unfounded, groundless, baseless, false:—be-ě`tibār, adj. Of no credit or estimation, not to be trusted or relied on, untrustworthy, unreliable, faithless; incredible; unbelieving, incredulous, suspicious, sceptical:—be-ě`tibārī, s.f. Want of credit, discredit, mistrust, distrust, disbelief; untrustworthiness, faithlessness, dishonesty:—be-ě`tidāl, adj. Uneven, devoid of proportion or symmetry:—be-ě`tidālī, s.f. Unevenness, inequality:—be-ě`tiqād, adj. Incredulous, disbelieving:—be-ětiqādī, s.f. Incredulity, disbelief:—be-iltifāt, adj. Regardless, inattentive; inconsiderate, unconcerned, unkind:—be-iltifātī, s.f. Inattention, regardlessness, want of regard or kindness, disregard, inconsiderateness, unconcern:—beulfat, adj. Devoid of friendship or attachment; averse to friendship, etc., unsocial:—be-ulfatī, s.f. The being devoid of friendship; want of affection or attachment; unsociableness:—beimtiyāz, adj. & s.m. Undiscriminating, undistinguishing, indiscreet; ill-bred, rude, unmannerly, impertinent, presumptuous;—an indiscriminating person, etc.:—be-imtiyāzī, s.f. Lack of discrimination; indiscretion; unmannerliness, incivility, rudeness, presumption:—be-intiz̤āmī, s.f. Disorder, misgovernment, mismanagement, etc. (=badintiz̤amī, q.v.):—be-intihā, adj. Boundless, infinite, endless, etc. (=be-andāza, be-ḥad):—be-andāza, adj. Immoderate; unlimited, boundless, endless:—be-andeshā, adj. & adv. Thoughtless; fearless; thoughtlessly; fearlessly:—be-inṣāf, adj. Unjust, unfair, inequitable; iniquitous, tyrannical, oppressive; unfeeling, hard-hearted, cruel (syn. anyā`ī):—be-inṣāfī, s.f. Injustice, wrong, iniquity (syn. anyāy):—be-inẓibāt̤ī, s.f. Incontinence:—be-aulād, adj. Without offspring or issue, childless:—be-aulādī, s.f. Childlessness:—be-īmān, adj. Without religion, infidel; without conscience, unprincipled, corrupt, faithless, false, perfidious, treacherous; dishonest, fraudulent:—be-īmānī, s.f. Irreligion, infidelity; dishonesty, breach of trust, unfair dealing; falseness, perfidiousness;—be-īmānīkarnā(-se), To act dishonestly, faithlessly, etc.; to play (one) false, to cheat, defraud, misappropriate:—be-bā`is̤, adj. & adv. Without reason, causeless, groundless; causelessly, etc.:—be-bāq, adj. & adv. Without remainder or arrears, complete, paid up in full, balanced, even; entirely, completely, fully:—be-bāq karnā, v.t. To pay up in full, to complete; to wipe off, adjust, settle, liquidate, discharge (an account, etc.); to balance (accounts); to make good a default or balance:—be-bāq hona, v.n. To be paid off, wiped off, settled, liquidated, etc.:—be-bāqī, s.f. Completion; payment in full, adjustment, discharge, liquidation, acquittance, clearance:—be-bāqīkarnā, v.t. To pay up in full, etc. (=bebāq karnā, q.v.):—be-bāk, adj. Fearless, bold, daring:—be-bāk honā(-se), To be fearless, etc. (in respect of):—be-bākī, s.f. Fearlessness, boldness, temerity:—be-bāl-o-par, adj. Unfledged, callow;—without resources, without power, powerless, impotent, helpless:—be-bālo-parī, s.f. Unfledged state;—powerlessness, helplessness, etc.:—be-bićāra, adj. Unconsidered;—be-bićāre, adv. Without considering, inconsiderately, thoughtlessly:—be-bad, adj. Without blemish:—be-badal, adj. Without change, invariable, uniform; unalterable, immutable; incomparable, inestimable, matchless, peerless:—be-bar, adj. Without fruit, fruitless, barren:—be-barg-o-bar, adj.=be-bar:—be-bargī, s.f. Destitution, want:—be-bas, adj. Without power, authority, or command; without resource, powerless, helpless, weak; unresisting:—be-basī, s.f. Helplessness, etc. (syn. be-iḵẖtiyārī):—bebaqā, adj. Unenduring, not eternal, perishable, frail:—be-bal, adj. Without power, weak; destitute, poor, wretched:—be-band-o-bast, adj. Unarranged, without order, unsettled (as a country:—see band-o-bast):—be-bunyād, adj. Devoid of foundation, groundless, unfounded:—be-bunyādī, s.f. Groundlessness, etc.:—be-bahā, adj. Beyond price, priceless, invaluable (=be-qīmat):—be-bahār, adj. Out of season:—be-bahra, adj. Having no share, part or lot (in), without portion or profit; destitute, unfortunate:—be-pā-o-sar, adj. lit. 'Without feet and head'; utterly without resources, very poor and wretched:—be-pāyān, adj. Boundless:—bepardagī, s.f. Openness, immodesty:—be-parda, adj. & adv. Unveiled, uncovered; immodest; openly:—be-pramāṇ, adj. Wanting in authority, unauthorized, etc. (=nishpramāṇ, q.v.):—beparwā, adj. & adv. Heedless, careless, unconcerned, without reflection, thoughtless; fearless, intrepid; at ease, independent; fearlessly, boldly, etc.:—be-parwāhonā(-se), To be careless (of), to be indifferent (to); to be independent (of):—be-parwā`ī, s.f. Freedom from danger or apprehension, security, tranquillity; carelessness, unconcern, thoughtlessness, inattention, heedlessness; independence; indifference:—be-par-o-bālī, s.f.=be-bāl-o-parī, q.v.:—be-parhez, adj. Incontinent:—be-parhezī, s.f. Incontinence:—be-parī, s.f. lit. 'The being without wings'; powerlessness, helplessness:—be-phāb, adj. Shapeless:—be-pīr, adj. Having no spiritual guide; vicious:—be-pīr, adj. Without sympathy or feeling, unfeeling, pitiless, cruel, merciless; inexorable:—be-tāb, adj. Faint, powerless; agitated, restless, uneasy impatient (=be-ćain); devoid of splendour, lustreless:—be-tāb karnā, v.t. To render faint, etc.:—be-tābāna, adv. & adj. Restlessly, uneasy, impatient, impatiently; faint:—be-tābī, s.f. Faintness; agitation, restlessness, uneasiness,impatience; lack of splendour or lustre:—be-tās̤īr, adj. Of no effect, ineffectual:—be-tāl, be-tāla, adj. Out of time (in music); ill-timed:—be-ta`ammul, adj. & adv. Without deliberation; without hesitation; extemporary; inconsiderate, rash;—unhesitatingly, ex tempore; inconsiderately:—be-ta`ammulī, s.f. Unhesitatingness; inconsiderateness, indiscretion, rashness:—betān, adj. Out of tune:—be-taḥāshā, adj. & adv. Inconsiderate, without distinction; rash, reckless; rashly, recklessly, headlong:—betadbīr, adj. Inconsiderate, incautious, imprudent, unwitting:—be-taṣdī`, adj. & adv. Without trouble:—be-ta`alluq, adj. Without connections, independent:—be-ta`alluqī, s.f. Freedom from connection or concern; state of separation or detachment, independence; solitariness:—be-taqṣīr, adj. & adv. Faultless, blameless, innocent; faultlessly, etc.:—betakalluf, adj. Without ceremony, unceremonious, frank:—be-takallufī, s.f. The being without ceremony, unceremoniousness, frankness:—be-tamannā, adj. Free from desire or longing, content:—be-tamannā`ī, s.f. Freedom from desire, contentment:—be-tamīz, adj. Lacking discrimination, indiscreet, unwise, silly:—be-tamīzī, s.f. Want of discrimination, indiscretion:—be-tan, adj. Impersonal:—be-tanmāl, s.m. Escheat, property devolving on the state through want of legal claimants: be-tauba, s.m. Impenitence:—be-tawajjuh, adj. Inattentive, regardless; unkind:—be-tawajjuhī, s.f. Inattention, regardlessness; unkindness:—be-tawaqqu`, adj. Hopeless; without expectation:—be-tah, adj. Bottomless; unmeaning, absurd:—be-tahī, s.f. Bottomlessness; absurdity; impatience:—be-ṭhikānā, adj. Not to be depended on; uncertain; groundless:—be-ṭhaur, adj. & adv. Out of place; groundless; inconsistent;—groundlessly; inconsistently; improperly:—be-ṭhaur-ṭhikāne, adv.=be-ṭhaur:—be-s̤abāt, adj. Unstable, inconstant:—be-s̤abātī, s.f. Instability; inconstancy:—be-s̤amar, adj. Fruitless, of no result:—be-s̤amarī, s.f. Fruitlessness, inefficacy:—be-jā, adj. & adv. Out of place, illplaced, misplaced, ill-timed; unbecoming, improper, amiss, unlawful, unjustifiable; unreasonable, absurd; foreign to the purpose, irrelevant; inaccurate, wrong, objectionable;—improperly, inopportunely; injudiciously, wrongly:—bejā ḵẖarć, bejā ṣarf, s.m. Improper or needless expenditure, needless expense, extravagance, waste:—be-jāda, s.m. Variegated coral:—be-jān, adj. Lifeless, inanimate, faint, dead; valiant, brave:—be-jān karnā, v.t. To deprive of life, to slay:—be-jur`at, adj. Pusillanimous, cowardly:—be jur`atī, s.f. Want of courage, cowardliness, pusillanimity:—bejirm, Without blemish, without flaw, spotless (a jewel):—be-jurm, adj. Fauitless, innocent:—bejurmī, s.f. Innocence:—be-jigar, adj. Lacking courage, cowardly:—be-jigarī, s.f. Lack of courage, cowardliness:—be-jamālī, s.f. Want of beauty, ugliness; imperfection:—be-jawāb, adj. Without answer; unable to answer (=lā-jawāb):—be-jawābī, s.f. The being unable to answer; the being silenced:—be-jot, adj. & s.m. Uncultivated, untilled;—a farm that has been abandoned by the cultivators:—be-joṛ, adj. Without join or joint, out of joint, disjointed (=ajoṛ):—be-jūn, adj. Untimely, out of season, unseasonable, out of occasion:—be-jihat, adj. & adv. Without cause; causelessly:—be-ćāragī, s.f. Helplessness; necessity, wretchedness:—be-ćāra, adj. & s.m. (Pers. pl. be-ćāragān), Without remedy, means, or resources; without choice; helpless, destitute, unfortutunate, miserable, wretched;—unfortunate person, helpless person, poor fellow, poor wretch:—be-ćāl, adj. Unprincipled:—be-ćālī, adj.=be-ćāl;—s.f. Illbehaviour, misdemeanour:—be-ćarāg, adj. Lamp-less, dark, desolate, ruined beyond hope; childless:—be-ćashm, adj. Eyeless: be-ćoba, s.m. lit. 'Poleless'; a kind of tent pitched without a pole:—be-ćūn, adj. Unparalleled, incomparable; inscrutable:—be-ćain, adj. Uneasy, restless, disturbed (=be-kal):—be-ćainī, s.f. Uneasiness, restlessness, disquietude:—be-ḥāṣil, adj. Unprofitable, fruitless (=lā-ḥāṣil):—be-ḥāṣilī, s.f. Unprofitableness, fruitlessness:—be-ḥāl, adj. Out of condition, ill-circumstanced, indisposed; damaged, unserviceable, worn out, used up, ruined; unemployed, badly off, in a bad way or state:—be-ḥālī, s.f. Badness of circumstances or condition:—be-ḥijāb, be-ḥijābāna, adj. & adv. Unveiled, immodest; openly; shamelessly:—be-ḥijābī, s.f. Appearing unveiled, immodesty, indecency, shamelessness:—be-ḥadd, be-ḥad, adj. Boundless, unbounded, endless (=beintihā):—be-ḥarakat, adj. Immovable, motionless, still:—be-ḥarakatī, s.f. Want of motion, motionlessness, immovability:—be-ḥurmat, adj. Disgraced:—be-ḥurmatī, s.f. Disgrace:—be-ḥiss, adj. Insensible, senseless:—be-ḥisāb, adj. Countless, beyond calculation, incalculable; immoderate, excessive; inconsistent:—be-ḥuẓūr, adj. Absent:—be ḥukm (-ke), Without the order or permission (of):—be-ḥikmat, adj. Unskilful:—be-ḥawāṣṣ, be-ḥawāṣ, Out of one's senses, beside one's self, distracted:—be-ḥawāṣī, s.f. Senselessness, insensibility; distraction of mind:—be-ḥauṣila, adj. Lacking ambition, mean or low-spirited, spiritless, wanting capacity:—be-ḥayā, adj. & s.m. Shameless, immodest, bold, impudent;—shameless person, etc.:—be-ḥayā`ī, s.f. Shamelessness, barefacedness, effrontery, impudence:—be-ḵẖār, adj. Without thorns; without anxiety, solicitude, or fear:—be-ḵẖān-o-mān, adj. Houseless; destitute:—be-ḵẖāya, s.m. lit. 'Devoid of testicles'; an eunuch;—be-ḵẖāya karnā, v.t. To geld, castrate:—be-ḵẖabar, adj. & adv. Without knowledge (of, -se), uninformed; without intelligence, senseless, ignorant, stupid; incautious, imprudent, careless, heedless;—unwittingly, unintentionally:—be-ḵẖabarī, s.f. Imprudence; carelessness, heedlessness; stupidity:—be-ḵẖarć, adj. Without money for expenses, wanting means:—be-ḵẖarćī, s.f. Want of pay or wages, want of money:—be-ḵẖirad, adj. Without understanding, stupid, senseless:—be-ḵẖar-o-ḵẖāvind, adj. Without a master, without an owner:—be-ḵẖat̤ā, adj. Unerring:—be-ḵẖat̤ar, be-ḵẖat̤ra, adj. Free from danger, safe, fearless, unapprehensive:—be-ḵẖalish, adj. Without misgiving, without solicitude:—be-ḵẖẉāb, adj. Sleepless:—be-ḵẖẉabī, s.f. Sleeplessness:—be-ḵẖẉāhish, adj. Without inclination or desire; without spirit; without pursuit, object, or hobby:—be-ḵẖẉud, be-ḵẖud, adj. Beside oneself (with joy or grief), out of one's mind; in ecstasy, transported, enraptured, intoxicated; senseless, delirious (syn. az ḵẖẉud rafta):—be-ḵẖẉud-ānā, adv. Like one beside himself; like one in ecstasies, etc.:—be-ḵẖẉudī, s.f. The being beside one's self, alienation of mind, ecstasy, transport, rapture; senselessness, insensibility, stupefaction, delirium:—be-ḵẖẉur-o-ḵẖẉāb, adj. Without food and sleep; without inclination to eat or sleep, restless, unsettled, disturbed:—be-ḵẖẉesh, adj. Without a friend, friendless:—be-dāḵẖil, adj. Not admitted, set aside, dismissed (a claim):—be-dād, s.f. Injustice; iniquity;—adj. Not doing justice, unjust, lawless (see be-inṣāf; be-inṣāfī):—be-dād-gar, s.m. Oppressor:—be-dād-garī, s.f. Oppression:—be-dādī, s.f. Injustice, lawlessness:—be-dāsht, adj. Careless, inattentive, negligent:—be-dāshtī, s.f. Carelessness, inattention, neglect (particularly of cattle):—be-dāg, adj. Spotless:—be-dānishī, s.f. Ignorance:—be-dāna, adj. & s.m. Grainless; seedless (as fruit);—pomegranate; a kind of raisin; the fruit of the mulberry tree:—be-daḵẖl, adj. & s.m. Dispossessed, ejected;—dispossessed or ejected person;—be-daḵẖl karnā, v.t. To exclude, eject, evict:—be-daḵẖlī, s.f. Want of entrance, exclusion, want of possession; dispossession:—be-dard, adj. Unfeeling, void of compassion, pitiless, merciless:—be-dard-āna, adv. Like an unfeeling or merciless person; in an unfeeling manner, etc.:—be-dardī, s.f. Freedom from pain; unfeelingness, inhumanity:—be-dirang, adj. & adv. Without delay:—be-direg̠, adj. & adv. Undeniable, incontestable, readily acknowledged; unsparing, ungrudging, not refusing, liberal; pitiless, merciless;—ungrudgingly, etc.:—be-dast-o-pā, adj. lit. 'Without hands and feet'; without power or authority; without resources; helpless (=be-pā-o-sar):—be-dastūr, adj. Unusual; ill-bred:—beda`wā, adj. Without claim; free from claims;—be-da`wā-patra, s.m. A deed acknowledging the abandonment of a claim or suit:—be-dil, adj. Dissatisfied, displeased; heartless, dispirited, dejected, sad:—be-dil-āna, adv. Like one heartless or dejected; in a spiritless or heartless manner;—be-dil honā(-se), To be dispirited or disheartened (by reason of); to be discontented or dissatisfied (with):—be-dilī, s.f. Heartlessness, dejection; dissatisfaction, discontent:—be-dam, adj. Breathless:—bedamī, s.f. Breathlessness:—be-damāg̠, adj. Illtempered, irritable, impatient, easily provoked:—be-damāg̠-āna, adv. Ill-naturedly; impatiently:—be-damāg̠ī, s.f. Bad-temper, irritability, impatience:—be-dawā, adj. Beyond cure or remedy, incurable:—be-dos, adj. Faultless, innocent (little used):—be-daulat, adj. Devoid of wealth; unfortunate:—be-daulatī, s.f. Bad luck, misfortune:—be-dhaṛak, be-dhaṛkā, adj. & adv. Without fear or doubt, fearless, bold, intrepid, dauntless;—fearlessly, etc.; confidently; on a sudden:—be-dahshat, adj. Fearless, etc. (=be-ḍar):—be-dayā, adj. Without feeling or pity, unfeeling, pitiless:—be-diyānat, adj. Irreligious; unjust:—be-dīn, adj. & s.m. Without religion, irreligious;—irreligious person:—be-ḍar, adj. & adv. Fearless, bold, dauntless,intrepid;—fearlessly, etc.:—be-ḍaul, adj. Misshapen, shapeless, illfashioned, ugly, clumsy, awkward; illmannered, ill-bred, uneducated; unpleasant, untoward (cf. be-ḍhab):—be-ḍaulī, s.f. Ugliness; clumsiness, awkwardness; impropriety; disorder:—be-ḍhab, adj. & adv. Ill-shaped, ugly, ungainly; unmannerly, rude, etc. (=be-ḍaul); awkward, untoward, difficult, unmanageable; complicated, serious, grave, threatening, dangerous; severe, violent; ungovernable, daring, fearless, reckless, audacious, presumptuous; excessive, extravagant, enormous; strange, extraordinary; heartless, unfeeling, cruel;—fearlessly, daringly, recklessly; doggedly, impudently; excessively; severely, seriously; awkwardly, untowardly; cleverly; strikingly, in an extraordinary manner; cruelly, unfeelingly:—be-ḍhang, adj. Ill-mannered, ill-behaved, illbred, uneducated, improper, ugly (see be-ḍhab),—be-ḍhangī, s.f. Ill-manneredness, rudeness, uncouthness; impropriety:—be-ẕauq, adj. Without relish, tasteless, insipid:—be-ẕauqī, s.f. Tastelessness, insipidity:—be-rāh, adj. Erring, astray; unprincipled, depraved, dissolute:—be-rāhī, s.f. Error, wandering; dissoluteness:—be-rabt̤, adj. Irregular, contrary to rule:—be-rutbagī, s.f. Absence or lack of rank, or degree of honour:—be-rutba, adj. Without dignity or rank; worthless:—be-raḥm, adj. Pitiless, merciless, cruel, barbarous:—beraḥmī, s.f. Hardness (of heart), mercilessness, cruelty:—be-raẓā, adj. Without leave:—berang, adj. Without colour, colourless:—be-rū, adj. lit. 'Without face'; bare-faced, shameless; inhuman:—be-rū`ī, s.f. Shamelessness; inhumanity:—be-roz, adj. Unfortunate:—berozī, adj. Destitute of daily bread, without sustenance; unfortunate:—be-rok, be-rok-ṭok, adj. Without let or hindrance:—be-rahī, s.f.=berāhī, q.v.:—be-raib-o-riyā, be-riyā, adj. Without guile, guileless, candid, sincere:—beriyā`ī, s.f. Guilelessness, sincerity, candour:—be-rīsh, adj. Beardless (a youth):—be-resha, adj. Without fibre:—be-zār, adj. Displeased, vexed, annoyed, out of humour; disgusted; (vulg.) sick, sorry:—be-zār honā(-se), To be displeased (with); to be sick (of):—be-zārī, s.f. Displeasure, ill-humour, vexation, annoyance; disgust, weariness:—be-zabān, adj. & s.m. Without speech or language, mute, speechless, dumb;—a dumb animal, brute:—be-zabānī, s.f. Inability to speak, speechlessness, dumbness:—be-zar, adj. Without money or the means of getting it, helpless, destitute:—be-zar ḵẖarīd, adj. (Taking or getting) without purchase, free of cost:—be-zarī, s.f. The being without money, impecuniosity, indigence, poverty:—be-zan-o-farzand, adj. Without wife and children:—be-zawāl, adj. Imperishable: unchangeable:—be-zor, adj. Weak, impotent:—be-zahra, adj. Without gall or bile; patient; good-tempered; forbearing; indefatigable; shameless:—be-zeb-o-zīnat, adj. Ugly and awkward; inelegant in dress and person:—bezīn, adj. Without saddle, unsaddled:—besāḵẖtagī, s.f. Artlessness, simplicity, undisguised or unstudied conduct:—be-sāḵẖta, adj. & adv. Inartificial, unaffected, natural, undisguised, plain, artless;—spontaneously, of its own accord, naturally; ex tempore:—besāz, be-sāz-o-sāmān, adj. Without apparatus, or tools, etc.; unaccoutred:—be-sāmānī, s.f. Want of apparatus, or of necessaries:—be-sabab, adj. & adv. Without cause or reason, causeless; causelessly:—be-satrī, s.f. Unveiling, exposure, dishonour; barefacedness, impudence:—besutūn, adj. Without pillar or prop; of no foundation; insignificant:—be-saj, adj. Shapeless, ill-made:—be-suḵẖan, adj. Taciturn:—be-sudh, adj. Senseless, beside one's self; enraptured, entranced, in a swoon (syn. be-ḵẖẉud):—be-sar, adj. Unequalled, peerless:—be-surā, adj. Out of tune:—be-surt, adj. Stupid:—be-sar-o-pā, adj.=be-pā-o-sar, q.v.:—be-sar-o-sāmān, adj. Without apparatus; without means; destitute of (the) necessaries (of life), unprovided, helpless:—be-salīqagī, s.f. Inexpertness, awkwardness:—be-salīqa, adj. Without method, inexpert, awkward:—besamajh, adj. Devoid of understanding or sense, ignorant, stupid (=an-samajh; abudh):—be-soć, adj. Thoughtless, unreflecting, undiscriminating, inconsiderate; heedless, regardless, careless:—be-soće, adv. Thoughtlessly, inconsiderately; heedlessly, carelessly:—be-sīl, adj. Shameless:—beshāhid, adj. Without evidence:—be-shubha, adj.=be-shak, q.v.:—be-sharaf, adj. Without honour or dignity:—be-sharafī, s.f. Dishonour, indignity:—be-sharm, adj. Immodest, shameless, impudent:—be-sharmī, s.f. Shamelessness, immodesty, impudence:—beshu`ūr, adj. & s.m. Ignorant, uninformed;—stupid fellow, blockhead:—be-shu`ūrī, s.f. Ignorance, stupidity:—be-shafaqat, vulg. beshafqat, adj. Unkind, unmerciful, harsh:—beshak, be-shakk-o-raib, be-shakk-o-shubh, adv. Doubtless, indubitably, undoubtedly, certainly:—be-shumār, adj. Countless, numberless, innumerable, much:—be-ṣabr, adj. Devoid of patience, impatient, restless:—be-ṣabr honā, v.n. To be impatient, to lose all patience:—be-ṣabrī, be-ṣabūrī, s.f. Want of patience, impatience:—be-ṣarfa, adj. Unprofitable:—be-ṣalāḥ, adj. Without the advice (of, -ke); ill-advised, head-strong:—be-ẓābit̤agī, s.f. Irregularity:—be-ẓābit̤a, adj. Irregular, contrary to rule (=ḵẖilaf-ẓābit̤a):—be-ẓabt̤, adj. Irregular; unrestrained, wanton:—be-ẓabt̤-rabt̤, adj. Without rule or order, devoid of order or connection:—be-t̤āqat, adj. Powerless, weak, beyond the power of endurance:—be-t̤āqatī, s.f. Weakness; nonendurance:—be-t̤āli`, adj. Destitute of good fortune, unlucky:—be-t̤āli`ī, s.f. Ill-luck, misfortune, adversity:—be-t̤araḥ, adj. & adv. Ill-mannered, unmannerly, uncivil, rude, awkward, uncouth;—badly, etc. (=be-ḍhab, q.v.):—be-t̤arafdār, adj. Of no party, impartial, unsectarian:—be-t̤arafdārī, s.f. Nonpartisanship, impartiality, unsectarianism:—bet̤alab, adj. Uncalled, unsought:—be-t̤ama`, adj. Free from covetousness or greediness; disinterested:—be-t̤ama`ī, s.f. Freedom from covetousness, etc.; disinterestedness:—be-t̤aur, adj. Unmannerly, rude, etc. (=be-t̤araḥandbe-ḍhab, qq.v.):—be-t̤aurī, s.f. Unmannerliness, incivility, rudeness, etc.:—be-`ibrat, adj. Unwarned by example, unawed:—be-`adl, adj. Unjust, lawless:—be-`izzat, adj. Without honour or dignity; disgraced:—be-`izzatī, s.f. Ingloriousness, disesteem, dishonour, disgrace, ignominy:—be-`aql, adj. Stupid, senseless:—be-`aqlī, s.f. Stupidity, senselessness:—be-`illat, adj. Without cause, causeless (=besabab):—be-`aib, adj. Without defect, blemish, or flaw; faultless:—be-g̠āyat, adj. Boundless, etc. (=be-pāyān; be-intihā):—be-g̠araẓ, adj. Disinterested, without selfishness, impartial; independent, indifferent:—be-g̠araẓ-āna, adv. Disinterestedly, unselfishly, etc.:—be-g̠araẓī, s.f. Disinterestedness, unselfishness; impartiality, indifference, independence:—beg̠il-o-g̠ish, be-g̠al-o-g̠ash, adj. & adv. Without trouble or anxiety; without vexation, annoyance, or any disturbing influence; without fraud or hatred:—be-g̠am, adj. & adv. Without trouble, without sorrow or anxiety:—be-gaur, adj. & adv. Without consideration or reflection, without premeditation;—thoughtlessly, etc.:—be-g̠airat, adj. Lacking honour or dignity; without pride or emulation, spiritless; shameless, wanton, impudent, rude, infamous:—be-g̠airatī, s.f. Want of honour, etc.; want of pride, etc.;spiritlessness; disgrace; shamelessness, impudence, rudeness, wantonness:—be-fā`ida, adj. & adv. Unprofitable, useless, vain; uselessly, to no purpose:—be-fikr, adj. Free from care or anxiety, without solicitude, contented, tranquil; unconcerned, thoughtless, unreflecting, inconsiderate:—be-fikrī, s.f. Freedom from care, anxiety or solicitude, contentedness; thoughtlessness, unconcern:—be-fahmīd, adj. Slow in comprehending, stupid:—be-faiẓ, adj. Unprofitable, possessing but not bestowing (as a learned man who does not communicate his knowledge, or a rich man from whose wealth no one derives benefit):—be-qābū, adj. Unable, powerless, helpless; without restraint; out of one's power or reach, secure against surprise or attack:—be-qā`ida, adj. Unarranged, irregular, without order or rule, ungrammatical:—beqadr, adj. Of no importance or worth, of no estimation, unimportant, worthless:—be-qadrī, s.f. Worthlessness, low estimation, disesteem, disrepute:—be-qarār, adj. Restless, uneasy, discomposed, disturbed in mind, disquieted, anxious, distracted; unsettled, variable, vacillating, inconstant;—be-qarār karnā, v.t. To render uneasy, disturb in mind, disquiet, etc.:—be-qarārī, s.f. Restlessness, uneasiness, anxiety, discomposure, disquietude; instability, inconstancy, variableness, fluctuation:—bequṣūr, adj. Faultless, innocent; without fail, completely, entirely:—be-qala`ī, adj. Untinned (as a pot, etc.):—be-qaul, adj. Faithless, perfidious:—be-qiyās, adj. Inconceivable, contrary to the common order of things, incomprehensible, immense, exorbitaut:—beqaid, adj. Unrestrained, unrestricted;—irregular; dissolute, licentious:—be-kāj, bekār, be-kām, adj. Without work or employment, unemployed, not in office, idle; inoperative, ineffective; without force, invalid; useless, worthless:—be-kār karnā, v.t. To render useless or unserviceable; to renderof no avail, to render defective; to nullify, invalidate; to thwart, frustrate, defeat, undo:—be-kārī, s.f. The state of being unemployed; want of employment, idleness:—be-kāraṇ, adv. Causelessly, aimlessly, uselessly:—be-kām, adj. Disappointed, frustrated: be-kuṭnāye, adv. Without practising the work, business, or art of a procuress:—be-karān, adj. Shoreless, boundless; immense, enormous:—be-kas, adj. Friendless, forlorn, destitute;—be-kas-āna, adj. & adv. Friendless, destitute; in a friendless manner:—be-kasī, s.f. Forlorn state, friendlessness, destitution:—be-kafan, adj. Unshrouded:—be-kafanī, s.f. The being buried without a shroud:—be-kal, adj. Restless, uneasy, disturbed (=be-ćain;be-qarār); out of order:—be-kalī, s.f.=be-qarārī, q.v.:—be-kamo-kāst, adj. Without decrease or diminution, without omission, accurate, exact, all right:—be-khaṭkā, adj. Free from anxiety or apprehension:—be-khaṭke, adv. Without apprehension or doubt:—be-gāh, adj. & adv. Untimely, unseasonable; unseasonably:—begumān, adj. Without doubt or suspicion; doubtless:—be-gunāh, adj. & adv. Guiltless, innocent;—without offence, unjustly, wrongfully:—be-gunāhī, s.f. Guiltlessness, innocence:—be-ginat, be-gintī, adj. Countless, numberless, etc. (=be-shumār; an-gina):—beghāṭ, adj. Inaccessible (a river, etc.), without steps or a quay (to it):—be-lāj, adj. Without shame, shameless, impudent:—be-lāg, adj. Without stain or blemish, faultless, irreproachable:—be-libāsī, s.f. Nakedness, nudity:—be-liḥāz̤, adj. Inattentive, unmindful, indiscreet; unmannerly, impertinent:—be-lut̤f, adj. Unkind, ungracious; inelegant; without pleasure, insipid, flavourless, vapid: be-lut̤fī, s.f. Unkindness; inelegance; unpleasantness:—be-lagām, adj. Unbridled; licentious, intemperate:—be-lagā`o, adj. Unconnected, independent; without ties or encumbrances, unfettered; inaccessible;candid; categorical, without reserve:—be-lau,adj. Without spirit, dispirited, heartless:—be-mān, adj. Disgraced, dishonoured; dishonourable:—be-mānand, adj. Incomparable, unparalleled:—be-māya, adj. Without resources, without means, funds, or substance; poor, destitute, indigent:—bemāyagī, s.f. Poverty, indigence:—be-mis̤āl, adj. Incomparable, etc. (=be-mānand):—bemuḥābā, adj. & adv. Without respect, unceremonious; unceremoniously:—bemuḥāsaba, adj. & adv. Unaccountable, irresponsible; without calculation, at a venture:—be-maḥal, adj. & adv. Out of place, improper; improperly:—be-muruwwat, adj. Unkind, inhuman, cruel; unpolished, unpolite, uncivil:—be-muruwwatī, s.f. Unkindness, inhumanity, cruelty; unpoliteness, incivility:—be-mazagī, s.f. Insipidity, tastelessness; coolness (between friends); unpleasantness; disgust:—be-maza, adj. Tasteless, insipid; unpleasant; displeasing:—be-ma`nī, adj. Unmeaning, senseless, absurd, foolish, idle, vain:—be-mu`aiyan, adj. Undefined, unlimited:—be-maqdūr, adj. Without authority; without resource, poor, miserable:—be-man, adj. Spiritless:—be-minnat, adj. Independent, unwilling to incur obligation: be-minnatā, s.m. Name of a bicornous instrument made of wood with a cloth spread over it for straining bhaṅg (so called because a man can strain the liquor without help from others):—be-mūjib, adj. & adv. Without cause orreason, causeless; causelessly:—be-mausim, adj. & adv. Out of season, unseasonable; unseasonably:—bemauqā`, be-mauqi`, adj. & adv. Out of place; unseasonable, untimely, unapt, inopportune, inconvenient:—be-mihr, adj. Wanting in affection, unkind, unfriendly:—be-mihrī, s.f. Want of affection, unkindness, unfriendliness:—be-mel, adj. Without unison, unharmonious, unsuitable, unreconciled, etc. (=an-mel, q.v.):—be-nāp, adj. Without measure; unmeasured, unsurveyed:—be-nāp-kāpaṭṭā, s.m. A lease guaranteeing that the average rates of land remain as before:—benām, adj. Without name, character, or reputation; inglorious:—be-nām-o-nishān, adj. Without name or character:—be-nāmūsī, s.f. Disgrace, dishonour:—be-nāmī, adj. Anonymous:—be-naṣīb, adj. Without lot or portion (in, -se), unfortunate (in respect of, -se); frustrated (in):—be-naṣībī, s.f. Untoward luck or fortune, ill-luck, misfortune:—be-naz̤īr, adj. Incomparable, etc. (=be-badal; lā-s̤ānī):—benamak, adj. Without salt, saltless; insipid; lacking piquancy; ugly; ordinary:—be-nang, adj. Shameless;—be-nang-o-nāmus, adj. Without name or character:—be-nawā, adj. & s.m. Without provisions or furniture; without prosperity or splendour in condition; indigent, destitute;—a kind of darwesh who shaves his eyebrows and beard (syn. āzād):—be-nawā`ī, s.f. Indigence, destitution, beggary; mendicancy:—be-nūrī, s.f. Absence of light:—be-nihāyat, adj. Without bounds or limits, boundless, endless:—be-niyāz, adj. Without want, wanting nothing, not in need, able to dispense (with, -se), independent (of); an epithet of the Deity:—be-niyāz karnā, v.t. To make (one) independent (of, -se); to make (a thing) unnecessary (for one):—be-niyāzī, s.f. Freedom from want, ability to dispense (with), independence:—be-niyam, adj. Without restraint, without restriction, unrestricted; without rule:—be-wāris̤, adj. Without heirs (=lā-wāris̤):—be-wāris̤māl, s.m. Property that escheats to the government in default of heirs:—be-wālī, adj. Without a ruler, without a protector:—be-wajh, adj. & adv. Without cause or reason; causelessly:—be-waḥdat, adj. Insolent, rude, unmannerly; unmindful; immodest, shameless:—be-wat̤an, adj. & s.m. Without home or native country;—an exile:—be-wat̤anī, s.f. Exile, banishment:—be-wafā, adj. & s.m. Faithless, perfidious, treacherous; ungrateful;—traitor, faithless one, ingrate:—bewafā`ī, s.f. Faithlessness, infidelity, ingratitude, treachery:—be-waqār, adj. Without fame or character, wanting dignity, undignified; dishonourable:—be-waqārī, s.f. Want of dignity, etc.:—be-waqt, adj. Out of season, untimely, ill-timed, at an unusual time, unseasonable:—be-waqr, adj.=be-waqār, q.v.:—be-waqrī, s.f.=be waqārī, q.v.:—bewuqūf, adj. & s.m. Ignorant, foolish, inexpert, stupid;—blockhead, dolt:—be-wuqūfī, s.f. Want of understanding, ignorance, stupidity, folly, foolishness, fatuity: be-hamāl, adj. Without compeer, unequalled, unrivalled (=benaz̤īr; be-badal):—be-himmat, adj. Unambitious, unaspiring, humble, spiritless, pusillanimous; miserly, ignoble, vile; slothful, lazy, indolent:—be-hamtā, adj. Incomparable, etc. (=be-hamāl; be-badal; be-naz̤īr):—behimmatī, s.f. Lack of ambition, spiritlessness; pusillanimity, etc. (see be-himmat):—be-hunar, adj. Unskilful, unskilled, unaccomplished:—behunarī, s.f. Unskilfulness; lack of accomplishments:—be-hangām, adj. Untimely, etc. (=be-waqt):—be-hosh, adj. Unconscious, insensible, stupefied, intoxicated, delirious; senseless, stupid:—be-hoshī, s.f. unconsciousness, insensibility, stupefaction, intoxication, delirium; senselessness, stupidity:—be-heć, adv. For nothing, without reason, purpose, or motive.
Origin: Persian

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