baharıstan

is. <fars.> şair. bax bahar 2-ci mənada. Baharistani-ömrümdə tərənnümsaz olur bülbül; Həzari-naləkarəm, baği-aləm gülistanımdır. M. H..

Azərbaycan dilinin izahlı lüğəti. 2009.

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