تازی

See also: باری‎, بازی‎, بارى, and باري

PersianEdit

Dari تازی
Iranian Persian
Tajik тозӣ (tozī)

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Persian tʾcyk' (Tāzīg, Arab), from Arabic طَيِّء(ṭayyiʾ, name of an Arab clan). Compare Classical Syriac ܛܝܝܐ(Ṭayyāyāʾ, Arab).

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NounEdit

تازی (Tâzi) (plural تازیان(Tâziân) or تازی‌ها(Tâzi-hâ))

  1. (derogatory, ethnic slur) Arab
  2. (archaic) Arabian horse

AdjectiveEdit

تازی (Tâzi)

 
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  1. Arab
    • 1957, Zarrinkub, Do Qarn Sokut. p. 125.
      نهضت خون‌آلود و گرم و سوزان او که بیش از هفتاد روز طول نکشید برای کسانیکه پس از او برضد ستمکاران تازی قیام کردند سرمشق زنده‌یی بود.
      Nahzat-e xun-âlud o garm o suzân-e u ke biš az haftâd ruz tul nakešid barâye kasânike pas az u bar-zedde setamkârân-e Tâzi qiyâm kardand sar-e-mašq-e zene-yi bud.
      His [Sinbad the Magus] bloody, heart-rending movement, which didn't last more than seventy days, was a good role model for those who rose up against the Arab oppressors after him.
  2. Arabic
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The term may be offensive to Arabs.

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Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Persian tʾcyk' (tāzīg, swift, fast).

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NounEdit

تازی (tâzi) (plural تازیان(tâziân) or تازی‌ها(tâzi-hâ))

  1. a dog breed
DescendantsEdit
  • Middle Armenian: թազի (tʿazi)

Etymology 3Edit

تاز(tâz) +‎ ـی(i)

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NounEdit

تازی (tâzi) (plural تازیان(tâziân) or تازی‌ها(tâzi-hâ))

  1. invader

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