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جار

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

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VerbEdit

جَارَ (jāra) I, imperfect يَجُورُ‎ (yajūru)

  1. to deviate, to stray
  2. to commit an outrage, to wrong, to persecute, to oppress, to tyrannize
  3. to encroach, to make inroads

ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

جَارَّ or جَارَرَ (jārra or jārara) III, imperfect يُجَارُّ or يُجَارِرُ‎ (yujārru or yujāriru)

  1. to be in the neighborhood of, to live nextdoor to
  2. to adjoin
  3. to be in the vicinity, to be close to
  4. to border

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

جَار (jārm, plural جيران‎ (jirān)

  1. neighbor
  2. refugee
  3. protégé, charge

Central KurdishEdit

NounEdit

جار (car)

  1. time (instance or occurrence)
  2. instance