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du [Pehl. du; Zend dva; S. dva], adj. Two:—du-āb, do-āb, du-āba, s.m. A tract of country lying between two rivers which unite after running some distance; the country between the Ganges and Jamnā(called the antar-bed):—du-ātasha, adj. Of two fires; double-distilled:—du-ātasha sharāb or sharāb-ě-du-ātasha, s.m. Double-distilled liquor, very strong wine, etc.:—du-arthī, do-arthī, adj. & s.m. Double-meaning, ambiguous, equivocal;—double meaning, ambiguity; double-entendre:—du-aspa, adj. & s.m. Having two horses; having one horse to relieve another; quick, expeditious;—a relay of two horses:—du-āshiyāna, s.m. lit. 'Having two rooms'; a kind of tent with two rooms:—do-aṅgī, du-aṅgī, adj. (in Bot.) Dichlamydeous:—do-annī, du-annī, s.f. A small silver coin, the eighth part of a rupee:—do-ek, adj. One or so, a few;—s.m.=du-sāla, and dok, qq.v.:—du-bāra, adj. & adv. Twice, double; double-distilled, or strained, etc.;—a second time, again:—du-bāz, s.m. A kind of pigeon; a paper kite; a species of eagle, the Nipāl hawk-eagle, Spizaëtus nipalensis:—do bāzūbarābar, adj. (Geom.) Having two (opposite) sides equal (as an oblong):—do- (or du-) baćan, s.m. (Gram.) The dual number:—du barābar, adj. Equal to two, double:—du-ba-du, dū-ba-dū, s.f. Facing, or confronting, of two people;—adv. Two together, two at a time; face to face, tête-¦-tête; in the presence (of, -kī), before:—dū-ba-dūhonā(-kī), To come face to face, to confront; to be confronted (with);—to quarrel, wrangle, to abuse each other (two people):—du-bar-du, adv.=du-ba-du:—do-bardā, adj. & s.m. With two bullocks (a cart);—a two-bullock cart:—do-barsī, adj. Biennial:—du- (or do-) biswī, s.f. An allowance of two biswās out of twenty, ten per cent.:—do-baldā= do-bardī, q.v.:—do bol paṛhwānāor paṛhwā-denā(-ke), 'To cause two words or "yeas" to be repeated'; to obtain the assent of two parties (to a contract); to get (a girl) married (in a quiet and inexpensive manner):—du-bhāsī, du-bhāsiyā, du-bhāshī, dubhāshiya, s.m. lit. 'Knowing, or conversing in, two-tongues'; an interpreter:—du-bhāṅilā, adj. (f.-ī)=du-bhāṅtiyā, q.v.:—du-bhāṅtī, s.f. lit. 'Of two kinds'; double-dealing, duplicity:—dubhāṅtiyā, adj. & s.m. Two-faced, doublefaced;—a double-faced man; a hypocrite:—dubhā`o, adj. Double-faced, hypocritical:—dobhedlī, do-bheslī, du-bhesiyā, adj. Doublefaced; doubtful, ambiguous, equivocal; vague;—s.m. A double-faced man (=dubhāṅtiyā):—do bīć, s.m. pl. 'The two centres,' the foci (of an ellipse):—do-pāṭī, adj. Of two breadths or folds:—du-pāra, adj. Halved; in two pieces:—du-pāya, adj. & s.m. Two-legged;—a biped; a man:—do-patiya, adj. (Bot.) Binate:—du- (or do-) paṭṭā, s.m. lit. 'Having two breadths'; a kind of mantle, or a piece of linen, in which there are two breadths; a cloth or sheet thrown loosely over the shoulders, a wrapper:—du-paṭṭā ṭān-ke sonā, To sleep with the sheet drawn over the head; to sleep in peace or with a mind at ease; to sleep the sleep of death:—dupaṭṭāhilānāor phirānā, To hold out, or wave, a flag of truce; to offer to surrender (a fort):—dupaṭṭī, s.f.=du-bhāṅtī, q.v.:—du-partā, adj. Of two folds, double:—du-pushta, adj. Printed on both sides (a page):—du-palṛi, s.f. A kind of cap consisting of two pieces;—du-palkā, s.m. lit. 'Having two eye-lids'; a kind of pigeon;—a kind of stone for a ring:—do-phāṛ, adj. (Bot.) Bipartite:—do-pahar (S. dvi-prahara), s.f. Midday, noon:—do-pahar-par ānā, s.m. (Astron.) Transit:—do-pahar-pahle, adv. Before noon; ante meridiem, A.M.:—do-pahar-ćakkar, s.m. (Astron.) Meridian lines:—do-pahar ḍhalnā, v.n. The sun to decline from the meridian, to be past mid-day:—do-pahar-ḍhale, adv. Past or after mid-day; post meridiem, P.M.:—do-paharkā, adj. (f. -ī) = du-pahriyā, q.v.:—do-paharī, do-pahrī, adj. Of noon or mid-day; mid-day heat;—s.f.=do-pahar, q.v.:—du- (do-) pahriyā, adj. & s.m. Of noon or noontide; meridian;—a kind of flower, Pentapetes phœnicea;—a child born at noon:—do-phalī, adj.=du-faṣlī, q.v.:—du- (or do-) piyāza, s.m. A rich meat curry in which a double quantity of onions is used, and which has little or no gravy:—du-paikar, s.m. The sign Gemini:—du-tā, adj.=du-tā`o, du-tāh, q.v.:—du-tārā, adj. & s.m. Two-stringed; double-threaded;—a two-stringed instrument (as a guitar, etc.); a kind of shawl:—du-tā`o, du-tāh, adj. Two-plied, double; bent;—s.m.=dutahī, q.v.:—du-tahī, du-ta`ī, s.f. Cloth that is lined; a piece of cloth having two breadths (used for lying upon):—do-tīn, adj. Two or three, a few:—do ṭūk, adj. Two-pieced; clear, plain, clean; decisive; pertinent:—do ṭūk jawāb denā(-ko), To give a plain or decisive answer; to give a flat refusal or denial:—do ṭūk karnā, v.t. To divide or cut in two, to sunder, to separate:—do ṭūk honā, v.n. To be divided or cut in two, to be sundered, be separated; to be at variance;—to be adjusted, be settled, to be completed:—do-jiyā, adj. & s.f. Pregnant;—a pregnant woman:—do-jībhā, du-jibhā, adj. (f. -ī), Two-tongued, double-tongued:—do-jīrā, s.m.=du-zīra, q.v.:—do-jī-se, adj.=do-jiyā, q.v.:—do-jī-se honā, do-jiyāhonā, v.n. To be pregnant:—do-jīvā, adj. & s.f.=do-jiyā, q.v.:—do-ćār, adj. 'Two or four,' a few (=do-tīn):—du-ćār, s.f. A meeting, an interview:—du-ćār honā, v.n. To meet, to have an interview:—du-ćāh, du-ćah, s.m. The second reservoir to which water is raised for the purpose of irrigation:—du- (or do-) ćit or du-ćittā, adj. & s.m. Of two minds, divided in thought or sentiment, puzzled, distracted, doubtful, wavering, vacillating, fluctuating, irresolute; abstracted, absent-minded;—a waverer, etc.;—doubt, suspense, etc. (=next, q.v.):—du-ćitā`ī, s.f. Doubt, suspense; wavering, vacillation; absence of mind, abstraction:—du-ćallā, s.m. A roof sloping two ways:—du-ćand, du-ćandān, adj. Twice as much, as much again, double, twofold:—du-ćoba, adj. & s.m. Having two poles;—a two-poled tent:—du-ćhattā, s.m. A house with a double roof; a thatched roof sloping in two directions:—du-ḥarfī, s.f. Wine:—du-ḵẖāna, adj. Having two compartments, etc.; of two stories (=dumanzila):—du-ḵẖammā, s.m. A kind of ḥuqqasnake with two bends (such as that of a guṛguṛī):—du-ḵẖẉāba, adj. & s.m. Having two naps (as cloth);—a kind of double-napped cloth:—du-dāmī(fr. dām, 'thread'), s.f. Flowered muslin (the flowers being worked with a needle);—du-dasta, adj. (f. -ī), Two handed; having two handles; consisting of, or divided into, two branches or divisions:—dudila, adj.=du-ćittā, q.v.:—do-dam, adj. Twicesharpened, very sharp; two-edged:—do din-kāměhmān, adj. lit. 'A two-days' guest'; temporary, transitory, fleeting, passing away (as beauty, etc.):—do din na pakaṛnā, v.n. To die young, to die soon:—du-dhārā, adj. (f. -ī), Twoedged (a sword, etc.):—du-rāsta, adj.=du-rasta, q.v.:—du-rāhā, s.m. A road dividing into two, or branching off in two directions; the junction of two roads:—du-ruḵẖa, adj. (f. -ī), Doublefaced (=du-bhesiyā); having the same face or appearance on both sides, not having a wrong side;—having two faces or aspects, having the two sides of different colours (as cloth, etc.):—du-ruḵẖī, s.f. A kind of bow:—do-ras, s.m. A soil consisting of clay and sand:—do-rasā, s.m. A mixture of two kinds of things (as of tobacco, etc.):—du-rasta, du-rāsta, adj. Having a row of trees, or of houses, on both sides (a road):—duraggā, adj. & s.m. Capricious, whimsical;—half-bred;—a mongrel, a person of double breed (having good qualities on one side, and bad on the other, so as not to be depended on; syn. doglā):—do-rang, du-rangā, adj. (f. -ī), Of two colours; piebald;—capricious; doubledealing; hypocritical;—s.m. A capricious person; a double-dealer; a hypocrite:—du- (or do-) rangī, s.f. The property of having two colours; capriciousness; double-dealing, duplicity, deceit, hypocrisy:—do-rū, adj. & s.m. Two-faced, double-faced, hypocritical;—a double-faced person, a hypocrite;—name of a flower (one face of which is yellow and the other red; syn. gul-ě-ra`nā):—du-roza, adj. & s.m. Consisting of, or lasting for, two days; short, brief; the space of two days:—du-rū`ī, s.f. The having two faces, double-facedness; duplicity, etc. (=du-rangī, q.v.):—du-ruyā, adj. & s.m. Double-faced, etc. (=do-rū);—adv. On both faces, or sides:—du- (or do-) zānūbaiṭhnāor ho-baiṭhnā, v.n. To kneel and sit on the heels behind; to sit on the hams or haunches:—duzabān, adj. Double-tongued, deceitful; forkedtongued:—du-zabānī, s.f. The being forkedtongued; the having two tongues, duplicity; equivocation:—du-zīra, s.m. A kind of rice:—do sār honāor ho-jānā, v.n. To pierce through and through, to go right through:—du-sākhī= du-sāhī, q.v.:—du-sāla, adj. Of two years, two years old; biennial;—s.m. A two-year old colt;—lands that have been two years under cultivation:—do-sāhī, do-sā`ī, adj. & s.f. Yielding two crops a year (land; = du-fas̤lī):—du-sar-hā, adv. Tête-¦-tête (=du-ba-du):—dosarī, s.f. The ploughing land twice; twiceploughed land:—du-sūtā, s.m., or du-sūtī, s.f. A kind of cloth, the threads of which are double:—du-serā, s.m., or du-serī, s.f. A weight of two sers:—du-shāḵẖa, adj. & s.m. Having two branches; forked (a branch);—the fork of a branch:—du-shālā, s.m. A pair of shawls (worn like the du-paṭṭā);—du-shāle-posh, s.m. One who wears a du-shālā:—du-ẓarbī, adj. Doublebolted (as a lock); double-barrelled (as a gun); inflicting two blows, or a double wound:—dut̤arfa, adj. (f. -ī), Having two sides, two-sided; on both sides, mutual, taking or pretending to take both sides in a dispute, deceitful:—du-`amalī, s.f. Double rule, the rule of two masters:—du-faṣlī, adj. & s.f. Yielding two crops or harvests in the year (viz. the rabī` or spring harvest and the ḵẖarīf or autumnal harvest);—land yielding two crops in the year:—do-kāl, s.m. Both worlds:—do karnā, v.t. To divide into two parts, to cut in two, to bisect:—do-kasī, adj. Two-personed; fit for two persons:—do-kalā, s.m. A double padlock, iron chains for the legs of criminals:—du-koha, adj. & s.m. Two-hunched;—a two-hunched camel, the Bactrian camel:—du (or do-) gāṛā, adj. & s.m. (f. -ī), Twice, double;—a musket that carries two balls, a double-barrelled gun:—dugāna, adj. & s.m. Double, two together; of two sorts;—two genuflexions in prayer; a prayer in which two genuflexions are made;—two intimate friends, an inseparable pair:—du- (or ḍo-) gun, du-gunā, adj. (f. -ī), Double, two-fold, twice as much:—du (or do-) ganḍī ćiṭṭī, s.f. A go-between, a fomenter of quarrels, one who flatters both parties in a dispute (the expression is taken from a game in which ćiṭṭīor tamarind seeds are used as dice, the seed being marked or rubbed on one face or side; and if it be fraudulently marked on both sides, it is called du-ganḍī):—do-gang, adj. In two streams (a river):—do-ghaṛ, s.m. Two vessels full of water placed one on top of the other (to pass a doghaṛon the right hand is regarded as a good omen):—du-ghaṛiyā, s.f. A space of two hours:—du-lāwa, adj. & s.m. Having two ropes;—a well with two lā`os or ropes, and buckets:—du-lā`ī, s.f. A wrap made of two kinds of stuff, one sewn upon the other; a quilted covering or robe, a double sheet:—dulattī, s.f. A kicking up, or a kick, with both hind legs (of a horse, or other quadruped):—du-lattīpheṅknā, du-lattīmārnā, To kick up or out with the two hind legs (a horse, etc.):—do-laṛ, dulaṛā, and dolṛā, adj. & s.m. (f. -ī), Having two strings or bands, of two rows; having two strings to one's bow; acting a double part, going from one party to another;—a necklace, or girdle, etc. of two strings or bands;—a piece of cloth consisting of two breadths:—du-loh, dulohī, adj. & s.f. Composed of two plates of steel;—a scimitar made of two plates of steel joined together:—do-maṭ, du-maṭ, adj. & s.m. Consisting of two soils;—a mixture of two soils:—do-maṭikār, s.m. Name of a subdivision of the Brāhman class:—du-maḥlā, du-manzila, adj. Of two floors or stories (a house, etc.); of two decks (a ship):—du-muṅhā, adj. & s.m. Having two mouths; two-faced, deceitful;—a two-faced or deceitful person; a kind of serpent with two mouths:—do muṅh haṅs-lena, v.n. To laugh and amuse oneself in moderation:—du- (or do) nālī, vulg. do-nalī, adj. Double-barrelled (gun):—du-nokī, adj. Having two points or tips; (in Bot.) bifid:—donoṅ, adj. See s.v.:—du-nīm, adj. & s.m. Divided in two, halved;—two halves:—du-warqī, adj. & s.f. Consisting of two leaves;—a book of two leaves or pages, a small book:—du-hattar, du-hatthar, adj. & s.f. Held with both hands;—a slap or blow with both hands at one time:—du-huttar talwār, s.f. A sword that is held with both hands:—du-hattar talwār mārnā, v.t. To strike a blow with a sword held with both hands:—du-hattar mārnā(-ko), To strike (one) with both hands at one time:—du-hattī, adj. With both hands.
Origin: Persian

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