See also: פת״ח‎, פ־ת־ח, and פּתח

AramaicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Cognate with Arabic فَتَحَ(fataḥa) and Hebrew פָּתַח‎.

VerbEdit

פְּתַח (pəṯaḥ)

  1. to open

HebrewEdit

Root
פ־ת־ח(p-t-ḥ)

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Semitic *pataḥ- (to open). Cognate with Akkadian 𒉿𒌅𒌑𒌝 (petûm) and Arabic فَتَحَ(fataḥa).

VerbEdit

פָּתַח (patákh) (pa'al construction, future יִפְתַּח‎, passive participle פָּתוּחַ‎, passive counterpart נִפְתַּח‎)

  1. (chiefly transitive) to open (something)
    היא פתחה את הדלת.‎‎ ― pat'khá ét hadélet.She opened the door.
    באיזה שעה פותחים מחר?‎‎ ― b'éize sha'á pot'khím makhár?What time do they open tomorrow?
    פותחים חקירה.‎‎ ― pot'khím khakirá.An investigation is being opened.
ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

פִּתֵּחַ (pitéakh) (pi'el construction)

  1. defective spelling of פיתח.

Etymology 2Edit

Cognate with Akkadian 𒁉𒌈 (pītum) and Arabic فَتْح(fatḥ). The name of the vowel point is a calque of Arabic فَتْحَة(fatḥa, fatha).

NounEdit

פֶּתַח (pétakh, pɛ́ṯaḥm (plural indefinite פתחים‎, singular construct פתח־, plural construct פתחי־‎) [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. doorway
  2. entrance
  3. opening

NounEdit

פַּתָּח (patákh, pattɔḥm

  1. The Hebrew diacritical mark patach (ִ◌ַ).

Alternative formsEdit

  • פַּ֫תַח (pátakh, páṯaḥ)

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