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1. استعظم · istaʿẓama v. ʿẓm to consider as important show/hide quotes
  • Avic. Met. 507, 4 nec appretiati sunt eam comparatione huius felicitatis
  • Marm. 348, 6 ولا يستعظمونها فى جنبة هذه السعادة
  • 1 Avic. Met.
2. نفوق · nufūq n. nfq dying (of animals) (n.) show/hide quotes
  • Albu. Coni. tr. V, li. 938 significat multa infortunia advenire regi Babilonie et casum bubonum in eis, et appretiabuntur equi et cameli
  • Ar. دلّ ذلك على كثرة الآفات العارضة لملك بابل ووقوع الطاعون بها ونفوق الخيل والإبل
  • 1 Albu. Coni.

The Latin translator apparently understood the verb nafaqa in its primary sense ‘to sell well’.

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