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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Adjective and noun of the derived from the active participle form فَاعِل(fāʿil), from the root أ خ ر(ʾ-ḵ-r).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

آخِر ‎(ʾāḵir) ‎(feminine آخِرَة(ʾāḵira), common plural أَوَاخِر(ʾawāḵir), masculine plural آخِرُون(ʾāḵirūn), feminine plural آخِرَات(ʾāḵirāt))

  1. last, ultimate, utmost, extreme
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

آخِر ‎(ʾāḵirm ‎(plural أَوَاخِر(ʾawāḵir))

  1. end, conclusion
  2. bottom, foot
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Elative adjective of the form أَفْعَل(ʾafʿal), from the root أ خ ر(ʾ-ḵ-r). The sequence ʾaʾ in *أَأْخَر(*ʾaʾḵar) and *أَأْخَرُون(*ʾaʾḵarūn) changed to ʾā by compensatory lengthening.

AdjectiveEdit

آخَر ‎(ʾāḵar) ‎(feminine أُخْرَى(ʾuḵrā), common plural أُخَر(ʾuḵar), masculine plural آخَرُون(ʾāḵarūn), feminine plural أُخْرَيَات(ʾuḵrayāt))

  1. another, one more, other
  2. also, in turn
DeclensionEdit

Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowing from Arabic آخَر(ʾāḵar).

AdjectiveEdit

آخر ‎(âher)

  1. another
  2. other

Etymology 2Edit

From Old Anatolian Turkish [script needed](āχır), from Arabic آخِر(ʾāḵir).

AdjectiveEdit

آخر ‎(âhir)

  1. last

AdverbEdit

آخر ‎(âhir)

  1. at last
  2. finally

NounEdit

آخر ‎(âhir)

  1. end, conclusion
DeclensionEdit
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DescendantsEdit


PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Arabic آخِر(ʾāḵir).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

Dari آخر
Iranian Persian آخر
Tajik охир(oxir)

آخر ‎(âxer)

  1. last

InflectionEdit

AdverbEdit

آخر ‎(âxer)

  1. at last
  2. finally

NounEdit

آخر ‎(âxer)

  1. end

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UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Arabic آخِر(ʾāḵir).

AdverbEdit

آخر ‎(āxir)  Hindi spelling: आख़िर(āxir)

  1. after all
  2. at last

NounEdit

آخر ‎(āxirm ‎(Hindi spelling आख़िर)

  1. end