See also: بكره and تكره

Arabic edit

Root
ب ك ر (b-k-r)

Etymology 1 edit

From the root ب ك ر (b-k-r); compare بَكَرَ (bakara, to be early). Unrelated to Hebrew בקר (bóqer, morning) despite similarity in form and meaning.

Noun edit

بُكْرَة (bukraf (plural بُكَر (bukar))

  1. early morning
Declension edit

Etymology 2 edit

Adverbial accusative of بُكْرَة (bukra, early morning), from the root ب ك ر (b-k-r).

Adverb edit

بُكْرَةً (bukratan)

  1. early in the morning
Descendants edit
  • Cypriot Arabic: pukra

Etymology 3 edit

From the root ب ك ر (b-k-r).

Noun edit

بَكَرَة (bakaraf (plural بَكَر (bakar) or بَكَرَات (bakarāt))

  1. pulley, block, wheel in a simple machine
Declension edit

Egyptian Arabic edit

Alternative forms edit

Pronunciation edit

Adverb edit

بكرة (bukra)

  1. tomorrow

Hijazi Arabic edit

Root
ب ك ر
1 term

Etymology 1 edit

From Arabic بُكْرَة (bukra).

Pronunciation edit

Adverb edit

بكرة (bukra)

  1. tomorrow
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Etymology 2 edit

From Arabic بَكَرَة (bakara).

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

بكرة (bakaraf (plural بَكَرات (bakarāt))

  1. spool (of thread)
  2. pulley, wheel in a simple machine

South Levantine Arabic edit

Root
ب ك ر
4 terms

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Arabic بُكْرَة (bukra).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /buk.ra/, [ˈbuk.rˤɑ]
  • (file)

Adverb edit

بكرة (bukra)

  1. tomorrow

Derived terms edit

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