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this is a Persian word and in English it is called thyme. i am sure you have used it before. it is herbal and used like salt and pepper. it is green and give a good taste to some food. it is usually used for pizza .
آويشن=avishan in Persian
IT is Arabic. I hope someone who knows Arabic will come by and help you. Good luck.
all i can tell you is that it is in arabic
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you idiot... it means oregano.. if you dont know pls dont presume .. and no its not arabic.. Its farsi ..
1. An enthusiastic public reception of a person, marked esp. by loud and prolonged applause.
2. Enthusiastic, prolonged applause.
3. A show of public homage or welcome.
4. تَصْفيق حاد
and for the rest of u its Arabic text.
Oh thats easy! It means absolutely nothing in english, because that is arabic.
It is an Iranian name for a girl translated as avishan in english...the word also means: Wild marjoram, oregano, thyme
No, it's Punjabi or Hindi or something, I think...but I couldn't tell you what it means. Sorry.