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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of بَقِيَ(baqiya, to remain), from the root ب ق ي(b-q-y).

AdjectiveEdit

بَاقٍ (bāqin) (construct state بَاقِي(bāqī), feminine بَاقِيَة(bāqiya), masculine plural بَاقُونَ(bāqūna), feminine plural بَوَاقٍ(bawāqin) or بَاقِيَات(bāqiyāt), elative أَبْقَى(ʾabqā))

  1. who remains, who survives
  2. remaining, left
  3. everlasting, permanent
  4. surviving
  5. eternal (of God)

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NounEdit

بَاقٍ (bāqinm (construct state بَاقِي(bāqī), plural بَوَاقٍ(bawāqin))

  1. rest, remainder
  2. balance of an account

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VerbEdit

باق (bag)

  1. to steal