See also:بہار⁩, ⁧تہار, andپہاڑ

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Etymology 1 edit

Derived from Classical Persianبهار(bahār) in the sense of blossoms and foliage, as a great many spices are cultivated from the leaves of various plants and herbs.

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بَهَار (bahārm (pluralبَهَارَات(bahārāt))

  1. oxeye (Buphthalmum spp.)
    Synonyms:عَرَار(ʕarār), ⁧عَيْن الْبَقَر(ʕayn al-baqar), ⁧رَبْد(rabd)
  2. spice, seasoning
    Synonyms:تَابِل(tābil), ⁧أَبْزَار(ʔabzār), ⁧أَفَاوِيه(ʔafāwīh)
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(via plural form ⁧بَهَارَات(bahārāt)):

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Urduبھار(bhār) / Hindi भार (bhār).

Pronunciation edit

  • (standard) IPA(key): /bu.haːr/
  • (dialects also) IPA(key): /ba.haːr/

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بُهَار (buhārm (pluralبُهَارَات(buhārāt)) (obsolete)

  1. a dry measure (clarification of this definition is needed)
  2. a container of such a measure, a bag
  3. a weight measure varying according to place about 200 kilograms
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Gulf Arabic edit

Etymology edit

From Arabicبَهَار(bahār), from Classical Persianبهار(bahār).

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بْهار (bhār) (dualبْهارين(bhārēn), pluralبْهارات(bhārāt))

  1. spice, seasoning

Ottoman Turkish edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Persianبهار(bahâr).

Noun edit

بهار (bahar)

  1. blossom
  2. verdure
  3. foliage
  4. spring, the season
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See also edit
Seasons in Ottoman Turkish · ⁧موسملر(mevsimler, seasons) (layout · text) · category
بهار(bahar, spring) یاز(yaz, summer) گوز(güz, autumn) قیش(kış, winter)

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Arabicبَهَار(bahār).

Noun edit

بهار (bahar)

  1. spice
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Persian edit

 
Persian Wikipedia has an article on:
بهار
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گل‌های بهاری

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Etymology edit

From Middle Persian whʾl (wahār), from Old Persian 𐎺𐎠𐏃𐎼 (v-a-h-r), from Proto-Iranian *wáhār, collective of *wáhr̥, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *wásr̥, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *wósr̥ (spring).[1]

Compare Mazanderaniوهار(vehār), Talyshاوسور(əvəsor), Lakiوهار(whar), Zazaki wesar, Central Kurdishبه‌هار(behar). Other cognates include Old Armenian գարուն (garun), Latin ver, Ancient Greek ἔαρ (éar), Old Church Slavonic весна (vesna), Lithuanian vãsara, Old Norse vár.

Pronunciation edit

 

Readings
Classical reading? bahār
Dari reading? bahār
Iranian reading? bahâr
Tajik reading? bahor

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Dari بهار
Iranian Persian
Tajik баҳор

بهار (bahâr)

  1. spring (season)
  2. blossom

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بهار (bahâr)

  1. a female given name, Bahar, from Middle Persian

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References edit

  1. ^ Rastorgujeva, V. S.; Edelʹman, D. I. (2000) Etimologičeskij slovarʹ iranskix jazykov [Etymological Dictionary of Iranian Languages] (in Russian), volume 1, Moscow: Vostochnaya Literatura, pages 264-5

Sindhi edit

Etymology edit

From Classical Persianبهار(bahār). Compare Urduبہار(bahār).

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بهار⁩ (bahāraf (Devanagari बहार)

  1. (season) spring
  2. blossom

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Seasons in Sindhi · ⁧مندون(mundūn) (layout · text) · category
بهار(bahāra, spring) اونهارو(ūnhāro, summer) سرء(sarau, autumn) سيارو(siāro, winter)

South Levantine Arabic edit

Etymology edit

From Arabicبَهَار(bahār), from Classical Persianبهار(bahār).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /bhaːr/, [bhɑːrˤ]
  • (file)

Noun edit

بهار (bhārm (pluralبهارات(bhārāt))

  1. spice