بور

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ب و ر ‎(b-w-r); compare بَارَ ‎(bāra, to lie fallow).

AdjectiveEdit

بُور ‎(būr)

  1. fallow, uncultivated
  2. stagnant, waste-
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

بَوَّرَ ‎(bawwara) II, non-past يُبَوِّرُ‎ (yubawwiru)

  1. to let lie fallow, to leave uncultivated, to leave unsown
  2. to make unprofitable, to make useless
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

بَوْر ‎(bawrm

  1. verbal noun of بَارَ ‎(bāra) (form I)
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Proper nounEdit

بُور ‎(būr?

  1. Bor (city in South Sudan)

PersianEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

From French.

NounEdit

بور ‎(bor)

  1. boron

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Persian bwl ‎(bōr, reddish-brown, bay [horse]). Cognate with Ossetian бур ‎(bur, yellow), Sanskrit बभ्रु ‎(babhru, deep-brown, reddish-brown, tawny) and the Old Armenian loanword բորենի ‎(boreni, hyenea). Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *bʰebʰru-, reduplicated from *bʰer- ‎(brown); cognate with Proto-Germanic *bebruz.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

Dari بور
Iranian Persian بور
Tajik бӯр ‎(bür)

بور ‎(bur)

  1. fair, blonde
  2. reddish brown, bay
  3. (dialectal) brown

ReferencesEdit

See alsoEdit
Colors in Persian · رنگ‌ها ‎(rang-hâ) (layout · text)
     سرخ ‎(sorx)      بنفش ‎(zard)      زرد      سبز ‎(sabz),
سوز ‎(sowz)
     ?      آبی ‎(âbi)      ?
     زرشکی ‎(zereški)      ?      ?      ?      ?      ?      ?
     قهوه‌ای ‎(qahve'i),
بور ‎(bur)
     ?      نارنجی ‎(nârenji)      سیاه ‎(siyah),
سه ‎(seh)
     خاکستری ‎(xâkestari),
توسی ‎(tusi)
     سفید ‎(safid, sefid),
سفی ‎(?)

UyghurEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

بور ‎(bor)

  1. a piece of chalk
  2. (geology) Cretaceous period
  3. boron
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