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See also: تابتand باتت

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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of ثَبَتَ(ṯabata, to be firm, to persist), from the root ث ب ت(ṯ-b-t).

PronunciationEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

ثَابِت (ṯābit) (feminine ثَابِتَة(ṯābita), masculine plural ثَابِتُونَ(ṯābitūna), feminine plural ثَابِتَات(ṯābitāt) or ثَوَابِت(ṯawābit), elative أَثْبَت(ʾaṯbat))

  1. constant
  2. continuing
  3. stable
  4. fixed
  5. static
  6. immovable
  7. immobile
  8. stationary
  9. unchanging
  10. certain
  11. undeniable
  12. permanent

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

ثَابِت (ṯābitm (plural ثَوَابِت(ṯawābit))

  1. constant

DeclensionEdit


PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic ثَابِت(ṯābit), active participle of ثَبَتَ(ṯabata, to be firm, to be fixed).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

ثابت (sâbet)

  1. constant
  2. static
  3. fixed

NounEdit

ثابت (sâbet) (plural ثابت‌ها(sâbet-hâ))

  1. constant

UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian ثابت‎, from Arabic ثَابِت(ṯābit), active participle of ثَبَتَ(ṯabata, to be firm, to be fixed, to persist).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

ثابت (sābit) (Hindi spelling साबित)

  1. constant
  2. lasting
  3. static
  4. fixed
  5. permanent
  6. settled
  7. steadfast
  8. stationary
  9. valid
  10. stable
  11. established