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Nasim Amrohvi or Naseem Amrohvi (Urdu: نسیم امروہوی, translit. Nasīm Amrohvī; 1908–1987) was an Urdu poet, philosopher, and lexicographer who was born as Syed Qaim Raza Taqvi on 24 August 1908 in Amroha, India.
He belonged to the Taqvi Syed family. His father was Syed Barjees Hussain Taqvi and his mother was Syeda Khatoon.
Nasim Amrohvi was a member of Urdu Lughat Board. Over several years, Nasim Amrohvi compiled an Urdu dictionary entitled Nasim-ul-Lughat. For each word Nasim-ul-Lughat provides not only its meaning, its usage, its related proverbs but also the verses containing it.
- Mehrunnisa Aziz, Pakistan Literature and Naseem Amrohvi: A Social Study. PhD thesis, University of Karachi, 2007.
- Pakistan Research Repository: Syed Zawar Hussain Shah, Life and Works of Syed Qaim Raza Nasim Amrohvi
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