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maydān   "An open field without buildings, an extensive plain (STG); a race ground or any place for exercises or walking (STG); an arena, parade ground (STG); a field of battle (STG); maydān gāh= a public square (STG); maydān-i chawgān= polo ground; maydān-i asb davānī= horse riding ground "  
         Farsi



Mazlef   Gardener’s bucket with perforated funnel for irrigation  
         Hebrew



Mazmera   Modern name for a two-part pruning shears. In antiquity, a small non-serrated sickle  
         Hebrew



Ma’ader   Hoe  
         Hebrew



Mesire      "Synonym of “mesiregah”; promenade, place of excursion (R)(NA)"  
         Ottoman



Mey tehom   Ground water  
         Hebrew



Meyve bahçesi      "Orchard, fruit garden (NA); (TRM)"  
         Ottoman



Migzazaiim   Sheep-wool shears  
         Hebrew



mimār   Architect, builder (F.U.E.D) (S.N)  
         Urdu



ming   A water pipe, conduit (STG)  
         Farsi



Morag   Threshing implement  
         Hebrew



Munazzah   Or Muntanazaha. (1) In class. Arabic, promenades and pleasurable places for gatherings.Open garden space without any enclosure with large planted avenues, generally close to a natural waterway.  
         Al Andalus Arabic



Munya   Enclosed agricultural domain in Al-Andalus, belonging to a ruler or high ranking court dignitary used for aesthetic, economic and even experimental cultivation. In Andalusi it is called almunya after the XIVth century.  
         Al Andalus Arabic



nārinjistān   An orangery (STG) A conservatory (STG)  
         Farsi



nahr   A stream, canal and watercourse. It is one of the main feature particularly in a princely Mughal garden (F.U.E.D) (Tadhkira Qasâ’id)  
         Urdu



nahr   A stream, a river (STG)  
         Farsi



nakhchīr   Hunting (STG) the chase (STG) prey, game, a wild beast (STG) the place of hunters (STG)  
         Farsi



nakhjīrgāh   nakhjīrgāh= chase, hunting ground (STG)  
         Farsi



nakhlband   "A maker of artificial flowers; (STG) a gardener (STG) one who moulds figures of trees or fruits in wax (STG)"  
         Farsi



nakhlistān   A palm –plantation (STG)  
         Farsi



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