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banihashemi B. Tazmin: A different term in the Bīdel Dehlavī's boutiquette. LCQ. 2018; 11 (42)
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-17807-en.html
PhD candidate, Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies , bahmansher@gmail.com
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Tazmin: A different term in the Bīdel Dehlavī's boutiquette
Bahman banihashemi[1]
Abstract
       
One of the difficulties of Biddle Dehlavi's poetry is the understanding of meanings and special uses of words and expressions in his poems. Bidl uses some Persian terms with meaning and phrases and is foreign to the meaning and terminology of the words in Persian. "Tazmin" is one of these terms used by Biddle in a different sense, and sometimes he has made a combination of "Mesrae Tazmin".
       
In this article, first, the definitions and meanings of the Tazmin are examined in dictionaries and rhetorical books, and then the meaning of the term in Biddle's poems is analyzed. Also, the term "Mesrae Tazmin" is examined. The author's method in analyzing the meaning of this term is to use Biddle's own poems, and for this purpose, the uses of the term in Biddle's poems are determined and explained. In the end, the meaning of "Tazmin" and "Mesrae Tazmin" is examined in the poems of some of Biddle's contemporary poets and compared to their meanings in Biddle's poems. This article shows that the terms "Tazmin", "Mesrae Tazmin" and "Mazmoun" in the 12th century AH in the Indian subcontinent have become literally specialized terminology and have adopted new definitions. In these definitions, "Mazmoun" is used specifically for the meaning of "Mesrae Barjaste", and the term "Tazmin" refers to the process of "Mesra resaani" or "
Pishmesra resaani", also referred to as the "Mazmoun bastan". "Mesrae Tazmin" is a term used to "Mesra or Pishmesrae resaande".

Keywords list: Bidel dehlavi, Tzmin, Mesrae Tazmin, Mazmoun, Mesra resaandan, Indian style, Meaning analysis

1. PhD candidate, Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies.  bahmansher@gmail.com
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Received: 2018/03/16 | Accepted: 2018/07/18

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