The Book Of The Thousand Nights And A Night, Vol 1 Page-377

The Book Of The Thousand Nights And A Night, Vol 1

A plain and literal translation of the arabian nights entertainments

a pretty girl eating with him. [FN#242] These lines are repeated with a difference in Night cccxxx. They affect Rims cars, out of the way, heavy rhymes: e. g. here Sak�r�j (plur. of Sakr�j, platters, porringers); Tay�h�j (plur. of Tayh�j, the smaller caccabis-partridge); Tab�h�j (Persian Tabahjah, an me et or a stew of meat, onions, eggs, etc.) Ma’�r�j (“in stepped piles” like the pyramids Lane ii 495, renders “on the stairs”); Mak�r�j (plur. of Makraj, a small pot); Dam�l�j (plur.