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See also: باژ‎, تاز‎, تار‎, بار‎, پار‎, ثأر, and ثار

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ArabicEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Persian bʾc (bāz, hawk, falcon); cognates with Old Armenian բազէ (bazē), Georgian ბაზი (bazi), Classical Syriac ܒܙܐ(bāzāʾ), and Hebrew בַּז(baz).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

باز (bāzm (plural بُزَاة(buzāh) or بَوَازٍ(bawāzin) or بِيزَان(bīzān) or أَبْوَاز(ʾabwāz))

  1. hawk, falcon

DeclensionEdit


Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Persian باز(bâz, open).

AdjectiveEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. open
  2. alone
  3. distinct

Etymology 2Edit

From Persian باز(bâz, again).

AdverbEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. again, anew
  2. re-
  3. openly

Etymology 3Edit

From Persian باز(bâz, hawk, falcon).

NounEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. hawk
  2. falcon

PersianEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

AdjectiveEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. open
  2. wide
Related termsEdit
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Etymology 2Edit

AdjectiveEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. active participial adjective of باختن

VerbEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. present stem form of باختن‎.

Etymology 3Edit

From Middle Persian ʾpʾc (abāz, back, again, re-) (Manichaean Middle Persian ʾbʾc).

AdverbEdit

باز (bâz)

  1. again
  2. re-
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 4Edit

From Middle Persian bʾc (bāz, hawk, falcon). Related to Old Armenian բազէ (bazē), Georgian ბაზი (bazi), and Classical Syriac ܒܙܝܩܐ(bāzīqā), Iranian borrowings.

NounEdit

باز (bâz) (plural بازها(bâz-hâ) or بازان(bâzân))

  1. hawk
  2. falcon

DescendantsEdit

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