RUHAM

Mermer

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  • FERRAŞ — Cami, mescid, imaret gibi müesseselerin temizliğini sağlamak; ve kilim, halı ve hasır gibi mefruşatını yayma hizmetleriyle vazifeli olan kişiler hakkında kullanılır bir tâbirdir. Ferraş; arapçada, yayıcı, hizmetçi, döşeyici anlamlarına gelir.… …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

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