HebrewEdit

 
אַגָּס

EtymologyEdit

From an unknown substrate language; attested in Akkadian 𒄑𒀭𒂵𒋗 (angašu, pear or plum tree).

NounEdit

אַגָּס (agásm (plural indefinite אַגָּסִים‎, singular construct אַגַּס־)

  1. A pear, a fruit borne by trees of the genus Pyrus, and especially the cultivated species Pyrus communis.
  2. A pear tree, a tree that bears such fruit.
  3. Genus Pyrus, the genus of such trees.
  4. (slang) An electric light bulb.

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DescendantsEdit

  • Arabic: إِجَّاص(ʾijjāṣ)

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