Modern Persian


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Mod′ern Per′sian


n.
the Persian language since c900 a.d., written in Arabic script.
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The September 2017 issue of the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine included the article "The Relationship between Brachycephalic Head Features in Modern Persian Cats and Dysmorphologies of the Skull and Internal Hydrocephalus," by Schmidt et al.
Naser-ud-din was the first modern Persian monarch to interact with modern European royalty and governments.
Some analysts say 80 percent of modern Persian is comprised of Arabic-originated words.
The modern Persian carpets feature a very low 5 mm nap, which reduces the risk of stumbling.
In the first contribution Navid Naderi and Mark van Oostendorp challenge the traditionalist view on epenthetic consonants of modern Persian by proposing [?
The Love That Dare Not Be Translated: Erasures of Premodern Sexuality in Modern Persian Mysticism.
He initially struggled as a war translator since he had never heard modern Persian spoken until he arrived in Ahwaz, near the Iranian border.
Among the examples he will be bringing over to Durham will be illustrations inspired by late Iranian poet Nima Yushij, who is said to have been the father of modern Persian poetry.
Here linguists from Europe, the US, and Iran look at historical and comparative Iranian syntax, the morpho-syntax of lesser-known Iranian languages, and the linguistics of Modern Persian.
Many modern Iranians see him as the father of the modern Persian language.
In this respect both classical and modern Persian poetry offer extreme, and frequently well-written, examples of intertextuality.
In this context, transitive and intransitive structures in Modern Persian are also analyzed.