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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Cognate with or derived from Proto-Semitic *birk-, *bark-(knee) (ب ر ك(b-r-k)). Compare رُكْبَة(rukba, knee), from the variant root.

VerbEdit

بَرَكَ ‎(baraka) I, non-past يَبْرُكُ‎ (yabruku)

  1. to kneel down
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Etymology 2Edit

For meaning "make kneel", causative of بَرَكَ(baraka, to kneel down). For meaning "invoke a blessing", denominal verb from بَرَكَة(baraka, blessing).

VerbEdit

بَرَّكَ ‎(barraka) II, non-past يُبَرِّكُ‎ (yubarriku)

  1. to make kneel
  2. to invoke a blessing
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