zâvari, zâvareš (#)
1) A helpful act by somebody for somebody else as a job, duty, or favor.
M.E., from O.Fr. servise, from L. servitium "slavery, servitude," from servus "slave," servire "to serve," originally "be a slave;" cognate with Av. har- "to guard, watch," → server.
Zâvari "service" (Dehxodâ) → server.
nepâheš bâ zâvari, ~ zâvareši
Fr.: observation de service
Observation approved by the selection committee of an observatory which is carried out by the staff astronomers of the observatory.