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صفر

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

ص ف ر (ṣ-f-r)

Proper nounEdit

صَفَرٌ (ṣáfarm

  1. Safar, the second of the twelve months of the Muslim lunar calendar, each beginning with a new moon. Safar (in a specific sense) means "void" in Arabic, supposedly because pagan Arabs looted during this month and left the houses empty.
See alsoEdit

VerbEdit

صَفِرَ (ṣáfira) (perfect, Verb form I)

  1. to be empty, to be devoid, to be vacant

NounEdit

صَفَّرَ (ṣáffara) (perfect, Verb form II)

  1. to empty, to void, to vacate, to evacuate, to free

NumeralEdit

صِفر (ṣifrm

  1. (cardinal) zero
    Eastern Arabic numeral: ٠
DescendantsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

صفر (ṣafr, ṣifr, ṣáfir, ṣufurm, masculine plural أصفار (ʾaṣfār)‎

  1. empty, void, devoid, free from

Etymology 2Edit

ص ف ر (ṣ-f-r)

VerbEdit

صَفَّرَ (ṣáffara) (perfect, Verb form II)

  1. to dye yellow, to make yellow, to color yellow

NounEdit

صُفْر (ṣufrm

  1. brass
  2. money

NounEdit

صَفَر (ṣáfarm

  1. (medicine) jaundice

AdjectiveEdit

صُفْر (ṣufr)

  1. plural form of أَصْفَر

Etymology 3Edit

ص ف ر (ṣ-f-r)

VerbEdit

صَفَرَ (ṣáfara) (perfect, Verb form I)

  1. to whistle
  2. to hiss
  3. to chirp, to stridulate
  4. to scream (of a siren)

VerbEdit

صَفَّرَ (ṣáffara) (perfect, Verb form II)

  1. to whistle
  2. to hiss
  3. to chirp, to stridulate
  4. to scream (of a siren)

MalayEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic صَفَرٌ (ṣáfar).

Alternative formsEdit

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

صفر (Rumi spelling Safar)

  1. Safar (the second month of the Islamic calendar)
SynonymsEdit
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Etymology 2Edit

Malay cardinal numbers
  ٠ ١
    Cardinal : صفر

From Arabic صِفر (ṣifr).

Alternative formsEdit

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

صفر (Rumi spelling sifar)

  1. (cardinal) zero
SynonymsEdit

Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic صِفر.

NumeralEdit

صفر (sıfır)

  1. (cardinal) zero (0)
    Next number: بر (bir) (1)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic صِفر.

NounEdit

صفر (sıfır)

  1. nought
  2. naught
  3. zero

Etymology 3Edit

From Arabic صَفَرٌ.

NounEdit

صفر (safer)

  1. Safar

PashtoEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic صَفَرٌ

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

صفر (safarf

  1. Safar
Alternative formsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic صِفر.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

صفر (sifërm

  1. nought
  2. naught
  3. zero

NumeralEdit

صفر (sifër)

  1. (cardinal) zero

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic صَفَرٌ

Proper nounEdit

صفر (safar)

  1. Safar

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic صِفر.

NounEdit

صفر (sefr)

  1. nought
  2. naught
  3. zero

UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Persian صفر, from Arabic صَفَرٌ.

Proper nounEdit

صفر (safar?

  1. Safar

Etymology 2Edit

From Persian صفر, from Arabic صِفر.

NounEdit

صفر (sifrm

  1. zero
  2. cipher
  3. dot
  4. nought
  5. naught