1) tâm, nazâr, kamtâb, kamnur; 2) tâmidan
Fr.: 1) faible; 2) s'evanouir
1) Lacking brightness, vividness, clearness, loudness, strength; feeble;
From O.Fr. faint, feint "false, deceitful; sham, artificial; weak, faint, lazy," p.p. of feindre "hesitate, falter, show weakness," from L. fingere "to touch, handle; change."
Tâm, from Pers. tâm "feeble, fragile, weak," ultimately
from Proto-Ir. *tamH-
"to faint, be tired;" cf. Khotanese ttāmā "fatigue;"
Parthian t'm'dg "fainted, choking;" Gilak (Langarudi)
tâmâ, tâm "silent;" PIE base *temH- "to faint, to be dark;"
tâmidan, infinitive from tâm.
faint early Sun paradox
pârâdaxš-e xoršid-e tâm-e âqâzin, ~ ~ kamtâb-e ~
Fr.: paradoxe du Soleil jeune faible
The contradiction between a colder Sun (about 30% less luminous) some 4 billion years ago, as predicted by models, and the warm ancient Terrestrial and Martian climates derived from geological evidence.
setâre-ye tâm, ~ kamnur (#), ~ nazâr
Fr.: étoile faible
For unaided eye, a star of visual magnitude around 5-6. Otherwise, on an image, a star that has a lesser brightness compared to others of the same field.