جلمد جلنار جله


جُلَّنَارٌ

The flower of the pomegranate: an arabicized word, from غُلْنَارْ, (Ḳ,) which is Persian, composed of غُلْ “ a flower, ” and نَارْ “ a pomegranate. ” (MF.) It is said that whoever swallows three grains of it, of the smallest that may be, (Ḳ,) on the condition of his taking them with his mouth from the tree, before their opening, at sunrise, on a Wednesday, (Tedhkiret Dáwood, TA,) will not have ophthalmia in that year. (Ḳ.)