פרק

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AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

פרק ‎(transliteration needed)

  1. to unload, to dismantle
  2. to deliver, to depart
  3. to redeem

HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Root
פ־ר־ק

VerbEdit

פָּרַק ‎(parak) ‎(pa'al construction)

  1. to unload
    פרק עול‎ ― parak ʿolto throw off a yoke (of law, morals, etc.)

NounEdit

פֶּרֶק ‎(pérekm ‎(plural indefinite פְּרָקִים, singular construct פֶּרֶק־, plural construct פִּרְקֵי־) [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. a chapter (of a book), a section
    הפרק הראשון‎ ― hapérek harishón ― the first chapter
    פרקי אבות‎ ― pirkeí avotChapters of the Fathers
  2. a joint
  3. an episode (of a TV programme)
    יש תשעה פרקים בעונה הראשונה.
    yesh tish'á p'rakím ba'oná harishoná.
    There are nine episodes in the first season.
    יצאו ארבעה פרקים עד עכשיו.
    yatsú arba'á p'rakím 'ad 'akhsháv.
    Four episodes came out until now.
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Etymology 2Edit

Borrowing from any of a number of European languages, but ultimately from Old French parc ‎(livestock pen), from Medieval Latin parcus, parricus, from Proto-Germanic *parrukaz ‎(enclosure, fence).

Alternative spellingsEdit

NounEdit

פַּרְק ‎(parkm ‎(plural indefinite פַּרְקִים, plural construct פַּרְקֵי־)

  1. park
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