آخر

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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).

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

Borrowing from Arabic آخِر ‎(ʾāḵir).

AdjectiveEdit

آخر ‎(âhir)

  1. last

AdverbEdit

آخر ‎(âhir)

  1. at last
  2. finally

NounEdit

آخر ‎(âhir)

  1. end, conclusion
DeclensionEdit
Derived termsEdit
Related termsEdit

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

Related termsEdit


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
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