ā`īna, s.m. Mirror, looking-glass; the knee-pan;—adj. Mirror-like, clear, bright, etc.:—ā`īna-band, adj. Adorned with mirrors;—ā`īna-band karnā, To adorn with mirrors:—ā`īna-bandī, s.f. Ornamenting with mirrors:—ā`īna-dār, s.m. Mirror-holder (an officer at Eastern courts);—(met.) a mendicant;—ā`īna-dārī, s.f. Holding a mirror; the office of mirror-holder:—ā`īna-dān, s.m. Case for a mirror:—ā`īna dikhānāor dikhlānā, To show the looking-glass or mirror (as an Indian barber does on his rounds, when he wishes to know if his services are required); to hold up the mirror to one, to show one what he is:—ā`īna dekhna, To look at the face in a glass:—ā`īna-rū, adj. Having a face as bright as a mirror:—ā`īna-sāz, s.m. Mirror maker or manufacturer;—ā`īna-sāzī, s.f. The trade of mirror-making; the manufacture of looking-glasses:—ā`īna-ě-sikandar, s.m. A mirror of polished steel (attributed to Alexander):—ā`īna-faroz, s.m. An instrument for polishing mirrors:—ā`īna-maḥall, s.m. An apartment, the walls of which are covered with mirrors; mirror-chamber.
Origin: Persian

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