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أَكَّارَانِ‎

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Aramaic אִיכָּרָא / אִכָּרָא(ʾikkārā), ܐܱܟ݁ܳܪܴܐ(ʾakkārā, farmer), from Akkadian 𒀳 (/ikkāru/, farmer), from Sumerian 𒀳 (/engar/, farmer).

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أَكَّار (ʾakkārm (plural أَكَّارُون(ʾakkārūn) or أَكَرَة(ʾakara))

  1. farmer, tiller, cultivator of land
    • a. 710, الأخطل [al-ʾaḵṭal], Theodor Nöldeke and August Müller, editors, Delectus veterum carminum arabicorum, Berlin: H. Reuther’s Verlagsbuchhandlung, published 1890, page 54:
      إِنَّ الفَوَارِسَ يَعْرِفُونَ ظُهُورَكُم، أَوْلَادَ كُلِّ مُقَبَّحٍ أَكّارِ!‎‎
      ʾinna l-fawārisa yaʿrifūna ẓuhūrakum, ʾawlāda kulli muqabbaḥin ʾakkāri!
      Indeed the nomads know your backs, children of every disdained boor!
    Synonyms: زَرَّاع(zarrāʿ), حَرَّاث(ḥarrāṯ), فَلَّاح(fallāḥ)

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