|niche in mosque pointing toward Mecca||mihrab|
|(Islam) combined school and mosque, Islamic school||madrasa|
|absolute, pointing down, positively, straightforward, direct; absolute, straightforwardly, directly; absolutely||downright|
|act of indenting, blank space left between a margin and the beginning of a printed or written line; act of indenting a document; groove; deep recess, niche; dent, notch, jagged edge, leaving space at beginning of line, notch or recess||indentation|
|act of pointing, add marks over letters, advance military position, aim a mouse or joystick, aim at something, angle between adjacent bearings, antler prong, be turned in a particular direction, call attention to something, come to a head, convincing a...||point|
|any of several species of plants with spiny heads or fruit; iron ball with four spikes arranged so that one is always pointing upward (used to hinder passage of cavalries or vehicles), spikes to catch hooves or tires, spiny plant, star thistle, water c...||caltrop|
|Arab ruler, descendant of Muhammad, governor of Mecca, sharif, shereef||sherif|
|arrow on a computer screen, cane used for pointing, computer memory address, guide stars in the Big Dipper constellation, helpful advice or information, hunting dog that indicates the position of game, indicator on a measuring device, indicator; someth...||pointer|
|barricade, barricade made of felled trees placed one on top of the other with their branches pointing out toward the enemy||abatis|
|basic mood of a verb, indicating existence or truth, relating to basic mood of verbs, showing, pointing out; suggestive, expressive; indicating the mood of a verb in statements and questions (Grammar), verb in basic mood||indicative|
|body cavity, break from business, break from proceedings, intermission, pause in activity; niche, indentation in a wall, alcove; scheduled break in the middle of a school day, break from school, indented or hollowed-out space, make indentation in somet...||recess|
|bristling, bristling; covered with bristles; pointing towards the outside; expressing horror||horrent|
|container for holy bread and wine, evangelical place of worship, human body, Jewish Temple, large place of worship; portable sanctuary carried by the Jews during the Exodus; box containing the consecrated wine and host for the Eucharist, niche for icon...||tabernacle|
|container for holy relics, enshrine something, place in a shrine; cherish, holy place of worship, niche for religious icon, something revered, structure or location devoted to a god or saint; receptacle for sacred items; alcove containing a religious i...||shrine|
|cross with inward-pointing arms||Maltese cross|
|deletion mark used in proofreading; character which looks like an arrowhead pointing upward "^" (Computers), mark to show missing text||caret|
|directing, pointing, positioning; intending; striving, aspiration||aiming|
|direction of Mecca||kiblah|
|dog trained to assist hunters by pointing and retrieving game||gundog|
|Eid, Id, Muslim festival to end a Mecca pilgrimage||Eid-ul-Adha|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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