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HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ב־ק־ר(b-q-r), which appears only in piʿel: בִּקֵּר([he] inspected). Compare its semantics with that of Arabic طَلَعَ(ṭalaʿa, [a heavenly body] has risen; [a spadix of a palm-tree] has burst out of its spathe) whose corresponding form-III verb is طَالَعَ(ṭālaʿa, [he] inspected).

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NounEdit

בוקר \ בֹּקֶר (bókerm (plural indefinite בְּקָרִים‎, singular construct בוקר \ בֹּקֶר־, plural construct בָּקְרֵי־‎) [pattern: קֹטֶל]

  1. A morning, dawn.
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Etymology 2Edit

From the noun בקר(bakár, head of cattle).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

בּוֹקֵר (bokérm (plural indefinite בּוֹקְרִים‎, singular construct בוקר־, feminine counterpart בּוֹקֶרֶת‎)

  1. A cowboy, cattleman.

Etymology 3Edit

Root
ב־ק־ר

VerbEdit

בוקר \ בֻּקַּר (bukár) (pu'al construction, active counterpart ביקר \ בִּקֵּר‎)

  1. to be visited
  2. to be examined, to be criticised

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