See also: باح

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Parthian [script needed] (tāg), attested in 𐫟𐫀𐫡𐫤𐫀𐫃(xʾrtʾg /xārtāg/, crown of thorns), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *(s)teg- (to cover). Related to Arabic تَخْت(taḵt, bed, couch,..), also an Iranian borrowing; and to Aramaic תָּגָא(tāḡā).

Attested as 𐢞𐢄(tj, crown) (Nabatean script) in the 4th-century Namara inscription.[1]

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

EtymologyEdit

From Persian تاج(tâj).

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

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PersianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic تَاج(tāj), from Parthian [Manichaean needed] (tʾg /tāg/, crown), attested in 𐫟𐫀𐫡𐫤𐫀𐫃(xʾrtʾg /xārtāg/, crown of thorns), from Old Iranian *tāga-, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *(s)teg- (to cover).

Related to Persian تخت(taxt, bed, throne), and akin to Old Armenian թագ (tʿag), Arabic تاج(tāj), and Aramaic תָּגָא(tāḡā), Iranian borrowings.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Dari تاج
Iranian Persian
Tajik 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