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تَمْر

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Semitic *tam(a)r. Cognate with Hebrew תָּמָר‏(tāmār), Aramaic תמרא(tamarā), Classical Syriac ܬܡܰܪܬܳܐ(tɘmartā), Mehri تومر‎, whereas Ge'ez ተምር (tämr) is “probably from Arabic” (Leslau).

NounEdit

تَمْر (tamrm (collective, singulative تَمْرَة(tamra), plural تُمُور(tumūr))

  1. date (fruit)
    تَمْرُ الْمَدِينَةِ وَتَمْرُ البَرْنِيِّ وَتَمْرُ التَّوْحِيدِ تُمُورٌ جَيِّدَةٌ
    tamru l-madīnati watamru l-barniyyi watamru t-tawḥīdi tumūrun jayyidatun
    (please add an English translation of this usage example)
DeclensionEdit
Related termsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Leslau, Wolf (1991), “tamr ተምር”, in Comparative Dictionary of Geʿez (Classical Ethiopic), 2nd edition, Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, →ISBN, page 576
  • Weninger, Stefan, editor (2011) The Semitic Languages - An International Handbook, KG, Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter, →ISBN, page 204

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

تَمُرُّ (tamurru) (form I)

  1. second-person masculine singular non-past active indicative of مَرَّ(marra)
  2. third-person feminine singular non-past active indicative of مَرَّ(marra)

VerbEdit

تَمُرَّ (tamurra) (form I)

  1. second-person masculine singular non-past active subjunctive of مَرَّ(marra)
  2. second-person masculine singular non-past active jussive of مَرَّ(marra)
  3. third-person feminine singular non-past active subjunctive of مَرَّ(marra)
  4. third-person feminine singular non-past active jussive of مَرَّ(marra)

VerbEdit

تَمُرِّ (tamurri) (form I)

  1. second-person masculine singular non-past active jussive of مَرَّ(marra)
  2. third-person feminine singular non-past active jussive of مَرَّ(marra)

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Turkic. Compare Azerbaijani dəmir, Crimean Tatar temir, Tatar timer, Turkish demir.

NounEdit

تمر (tamor)

  1. iron

SynonymsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic تَمْر(tamr).

NounEdit

تمر (tamr)

  1. date; dried date
  2. tamarind

Etymology 3Edit

Cognate with Sanskrit तिमिर (timira, dark, gloomy; darkness).

NounEdit

تمر (temer)

  1. darkness