Last modified on 17 September 2014, at 23:26

فطر

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ف ط ر (f-ṭ-r)

VerbEdit

فَطَرَ (fáṭara) I, imperfect يفطر

  1. to split, to cut open, to rip apart, to rip, to rend the seam
  2. to cleave, to break apart, to slit open, to split open, to crack
  3. to lance, to lacerate, to gash, to cut, to make an incision
  4. to breakfast, to have breakfast
  5. to formalize, to make, to form, to create, to fashion, to compose, to bring forth
  6. to endow

Verbal nounEdit

فَطْر (faṭrm, plural فُطُور‎ (fuṭūr)

  1. crack, fissure, rift, rupture, cleavage

NounEdit

فِطْر (fiṭrm

  1. breaking of the fast

NounEdit

فُطْر (fuṭrm (collective) ― فطرة (fúṭra) (singulative)

  1. fungi, mushrooms

NounEdit

فِطَر (fíṭar)

  1. plural form of فطرة natures, dispositions, constitutions, temperaments, instincts