See also: تندرand تنذر

Arabic edit

Etymology edit

From Persian بندر(bandar).

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Noun edit

بَنْدَر (bandarm (plural بَنَادِر(banādir))

  1. port
  2. harbour

Declension edit

Descendants edit

  • Swahili: bandari

Proper noun edit

بَنْدَر (bandarm

  1. a male given name

Ottoman Turkish edit

Proper noun edit

بندر (Bender)

  1. Bender (Moldavian city)

Declension edit

This proper noun needs an inflection-table template.

Descendants edit

  • > Turkish: Bender (inherited)
  • Romanian: Bender m
  • Old Ukrainian: [Term?] m pl
    • > Ukrainian: Бенде́ри m pl (Bendéry) (inherited)
    • Old Lithuanian: [Term?] m pl
    • Polish: Bendery nvir
    • Middle Russian: [Term?] m pl

Persian edit

Etymology edit

From بند(band) +‎ در(dar). (This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium. Particularly: “please verify”)

Pronunciation edit

 

Readings
Classical reading? bandar
Dari reading? bandar
Iranian reading? bandar
Tajik reading? bandar

Noun edit

Dari بندر
Iranian Persian
Tajik бандар

بَنْدَر (bandar) (plural بندرها(bandar-hâ))

  1. port
  2. harbour

Derived terms edit

Descendants edit

Urdu edit

Etymology edit

Sanskrit वानर (vānara).

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Noun edit

بَنْدَر (bandarm (Hindi spelling बंदर or बन्दर)

  1. monkey