|Thar Desert||Great Indian Desert|
|(Arabic) strong hot wind coming from the Saharian desert (also known as simoon), simoom||samiel|
|a mountainous region of central Asia that stretches from the Caspian Sea to the Gobi Desert. It is divided into three sections, Russian or Western Turkistan, which includes Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan, Chinese or Eastern Turkistan, made up o...||Turkistan; Turkestan|
|abandon an allegiance, desert, change sides, flaw, imperfection in crystal, imperfection; deficiency, personal flaw, reject your homeland||defect|
|abandon, desert, leave; renounce, give up||forsake|
|abscond, argue, die, go away, run off, beat a retreat, desert (Colloquial speech)||absquatulate|
|adhesive material, bread in Christian communion service, chip, encase medicine, fasten with wafer, medicine casing, thin crisp cookie, thin crispy cookie or cracker (often eaten as a desert with ice cream); bite-size piece of unleavened bread taken dur...||wafer|
|Arab, Islamic or Arab, member of ancient desert people, Muslim opposing Christian Crusades, nomadic tribe that lived on the Syrian border of the Roman Empire (History); Arab, member of a Semitic people of the Middle East and northern Africa; Moslem (es...||Saracen|
|area that has not been cultivated or domesticated, area that is savage and away from civilization, wilderness, desert, enthusiastic or eager, excellent, extremely, in the wild, in the wilderness; uncontrollably; purposelessly, in uncontrolled way, in u...||wild|
|area with some desert characteristics, dry area with little vegetation, semiarid region||semidesert|
|barren area, deliberately uncultivated land in garden, natural uncultivated land, uncomfortable situation, wastelands; forest; desert; range; back country; uninhabited region; garden for wild growth; wild or disordered state, jumble, confusing multitude||wilderness|
|bed of an inland desert drainage basin||playa|
|Beduin, member of the Bedouin people; of or pertaining to Bedouins (desert dwelling nomadic tribes)||Bedouin|
|belonging to Saharan group of languages, group of languages spoken in Chad, pertaining to the Sahara desert in northern Africa, relating to Sahara||Saharan|
|caisson, desert animal, large desert animal with a humped back; yellowish-brown color; pontoon (Nautical), light brown||camel|
|Californian wind from desert||Santa Ana|
|car with two doors, closed carriage; desert cup; ice cream, coupé, glass dish, ice cream with fruit||coupe|
|caravan, caravansary, desert inn for traveling caravans, inn which accommodates caravans (in the Orient); inn or hotel, serai||caravanserai|
|cause something to remain, depart, desert somebody or something, farewell, give job to another, give something in will, give up position in something, go away from; depart, exit; quit; leave behind; omit; let alone; allow to remain; cease, stop; neglec...||leave|
|cosmetic oil, desert shrub yielding cosmetic oil, small desert tree or shrub (native of Mexico, Arizona, and California) that has edible seeds that produce a waxy oil; oil extracted from the jojoba tree and is used in shampoos and cosmetics||jojoba|
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