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See also: تأجر and تأخر

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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Synchronically analyzable as derived from the active participle of تَجَرَ (tajara, to trade, to conduct commerce) from the root ت ج ر (t-j-r), but presumably from Classical Syriac ܬܓܪܐ (taggārā) or a dialectal form of it with different vocalization, whereby the verb is denominative.

NounEdit

تَاجِر (tājirm (plural تُجَّار (tujjār))

  1. merchant, trader, businessman, dealer, tradesman

DeclensionEdit

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