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بشر

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From root ب ش ر (b-š-r). Cognate with Hebrew בָּשָׂר (basár, flesh, meat).

NounEdit

بَشَر (bašarm (plural بَشَر (bašar) or أَبْشَار (ʾabšār))

  1. verbal noun of بَشِرَ (bašira) (form I)
  2. verbal noun of بَشَرَ (bašara) (form I)
  3. human
  4. humankind
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

بَشَر (bašarm (collective, singulative بَشَرَة (bašara), plural أَبْشَار (ʾabšār))

  1. skin, outer skin, epidermis
DeclensionEdit

VerbEdit

بَشَرَ (bašara) I, non-past يَبْشُرُ‎ (yabšuru)

  1. to peel, to pare
  2. to shave so as to render the skin visible
  3. (of locusts) to eat the ground bare
  4. to take a business into one's own hands
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NounEdit

بَشْر (bašrm

  1. verbal noun of بَشَرَ (bašara) (form I)

Etymology 2Edit

From root ب ش ر (b-š-r).

VerbEdit

بَشَرَ (bašara) I, non-past يَبْشِرُ‎ (yabširu)
بَشِرَ (bašira) I, non-past يَبْشَرُ‎ (yabšaru)

  1. to rejoice at, to become glad
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VerbEdit

بَشَّرَ (baššara) II, non-past يُبَشِّرُ‎ (yubašširu)

  1. to bring good news to
ConjugationEdit

PersianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic.

NounEdit

بشر (bashar)

  1. human
  2. humankind

Derived termsEdit