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نار

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From نور (náwwara), to blossom, to fill with light.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

نَارٌ (nārf (plural نِيرَانٌ (nīrān))

  1. fire
    • Qur'an 28:29
      فَلَمَّا قَضَىٰ مُوسَى ٱلْأَجَلَ وَسَارَ بِأَهْلِهِۦٓ ءَانَسَ مِن جَانِبِ ٱلطُّورِ نَارًۭا قَالَ لِأَهْلِهِ ٱمْكُثُوٓا۟ إِنِّىٓ ءَانَسْتُ نَارًۭا لَّعَلِّىٓ ءَاتِيكُم مِّنْهَا بِخَبَرٍ أَوْ جَذْوَةٍۢ مِّنَ ٱلنَّارِ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَصْطَلُونَ
      fa-lammā qaḍā mūsā l-ʾajala wa-sāra bi-ʾahlihī ʾānasa min jānibi ṭ-ṭūri nāran qāla li-ʾahlihi mkuṯū ʾinnī ʾānastu nāran laʿallī ʾātīkum-minhā bixabarin ʾaw jaḏwatin mina n-nāri laʿallakum taṣṯalūna
      And when Moses had completed the term and was traveling with his family, he perceived from the direction of the mount a fire. He said to his family, "Stay here; indeed, I have perceived a fire. Perhaps I will bring you from there [some] information or burning wood from the fire that you may warm yourselves."
  2. conflagration
  3. gunfire

Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Persian نار (nâr), انار (anâr).

NounEdit

نار (nâr)

  1. pomegranate

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic نار (nār).

NounEdit

نار (nâr)

  1. fire

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From انار (anâr).

NounEdit

نار (nâr)

  1. pomegranate

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic نار (nār).

NounEdit

نار (nâr)

  1. fire