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T. m. ; to be disgraced, to lose repute or character, to fall into disrepute. S ﺁﺗﻤﻴﻪआत्मीय ātmīya (and H. v. ātmiya), adj. m. (f. v. akin;—friend; kinsman; congener. H اﺗﻮارइतवार itwār [S. m. S اﺗﻦअतनु atanu (and H. atan), Lit. Sunday. m. m. A rigid fast among the Hindūs. H اﺗﻨﺎइतना itnā [S. इय ा, Pr. एि णा], adj. (f. - observed on certain occasions. m. Small matter; small quantity; trifle:—itne, adj. pl. & adv. so many:—itnī-ber, adv. By this time; all this time:—itne-meṅ, adv. In the meantime, meanwhile; at this moment; upon this.
V. اﺗﻨﺎitnā. v. v. v. S اﺗﻴﮑﺖअितयु talker. m. (f. f. Superfluous talk; garrulity; exaggeration. m. Deviation from S اﺗﻴﮑﺸﻦअतीक्षण atīkshaṇa, adj. (f. -ā), Not prescribed observances; contemning religious and moral laws. sharp, not keen or shrewd, dull, obtuse. S اﺗﻴﺎﭼﺎريअत्याचारी atyāćārī, adj. m. (f. inī), Transgressing religious rules;— transgression. f. Bluntness, dullness, obtuseness. S اﺗﻴﻠﭗअत्यल्प atyalpa, adj. & adv. Very little, S اﺗﻴﺎدइत्यािद ityādi, adj. m. Et cœtera, and very few.
To be constantly getting up and sitting down from uneasiness of mind; to suffer from restlessness; to have the fidgets. v. ﺁﭤﻬہāṭh. v. v. ﺁﭤﻬہāṭh. H اﭤﻬﺘﺎउठता uṭhtā (imperf. part. ), adj. (f. -ī), Rising, ascending; opening budding; developing; flourishing;—declining, waning fading, decaying:—uṭhte-baiṭhte, adv. Lit. 'rising and sitting'; Easily, gradually, little by H اﭤﻬﺎﻧﻮےअट्ठानवे, अठानवे aṭṭhānawe, little; leisurely; slowly;—quickly, in a trice; aṭhānwe [S. अ ानवित], num. adj. Ninety-eight.
A Dictionary of Urdu, Classical Hindi and English (1884 edition) by John Thompson Platts