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The Curse of Māmā &#0145Ismat

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The article examines an obscure phrase in Azari, attested in Raudāt al-jinān wa jannāt al-jinān by the 16th century Iranian historiographer Hāfiz Husayn Karbalāy ī -Tabrīzī. The author makes an attempt to restore the original text and to newly translate the phrase, which is in fact a cursing formula.

Affiliations: 1: Arya International University, Yerevan

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2007-06-01
2016-08-30

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