bidun


bidun
f. izafət birləşməsinin birinci tərəfində inkar mənası verir, məs.: Biduni-mane mane olmadan, maneəsiz

Klassik Azərbaycan ədəbiyyatında islənən ərəb və fars sözləri lüğəti. 2009.

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