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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Parthian *tāg. Compare Aramaic תָּגָא(tāḡā)

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

تَاج (tājm (plural تِيجَان(tījān))

  1. crown
    الصِّحَّةُ تَاجٌ عَلَى رُؤُوسِ الْأَصِحَّاءِ لَا يَرَاهُ إِلَّا الْمَرْضَى.‎‎
    aṣ-ṣiḥḥatu tājun ʿalā ruʾūsi l-ʾaṣiḥḥāʾi lā yarāhu ʾillā l-marḍā.
    Health is a crown on the heads of the healthy, that only the ill can see.

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BaluchiEdit

NounEdit

تاج (táj)

  1. crown

Ottoman TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic تَاج(tāj).

NounEdit

تاج (tac, taç)

  1. crown, diadem
  2. regal power, the position of someone who bears a crown
  3. (figuratively) reign
  4. a headdress worn by various orders of dervishes, a mitre
  5. corolla of a flower
  6. chapiteau of an alembic
  7. the تاج التواریخ (tac üt-tevarih, Crown of Histories) by Sadeddin, a model for the ornatest style of literature

DescendantsEdit


PersianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic تَاج(tāj), from Parthian [Manichaean needed] (tʾg /tāg/, crown), from Old Iranian *tāga-. Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *teg-. Akin to Old Armenian թագ (tʿag), an Iranian borrowing.

NounEdit

Dari Persian تاج
Iranian Persian تاج
Tajiki Persian тоҷ (toj)

تاج (tâj) (plural تاج‌ها(tâj-hâ))

  1. crown
  2. tuft

DescendantsEdit


UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian تاج(tâj).

NounEdit

تاج (tājm (Hindi spelling ताज)

  1. crown