See also: خرسand حرس

ArabicEdit

VerbEdit

جَرَسَ (jarasa) I, non-past يَجْرِسُ‎‎ (yajrisu)

  1. to ring, to produce a gentle modulating sound
  2. (archaic) to suck, to eat with the tongue (said of certain animals)
    • 975–997, محمد بن أحمد الخوارزمي [muḥammad ibn ʾaḥmad al-ḵwārizmī], Gerlof van Vloten, editor, مفاتيح العلوم [mafātīḥ al-ʿulūm], Leiden: E. J. Brill, published 1895, pages 170 line 9–171 line 1:
      لَاعِيَة شجرة تنبت في سفح الجبال لها ورق طيّب الرِيح تجرسه النَحْل وله لبن غزير إذا قطِعَت
      Green spurge or sun spurge is a shrub which grows on the surfaces of mountains, it has good-smelling leaves sucked by bees and copious milk when slit.

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

جَرَس (jarasm (plural أَجْرَاس(ʾajrās))

  1. gong, bell
  2. tam-tam

DeclensionEdit


PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic جَرَس(jaras).

NounEdit

جرس (jaras)

  1. clapper

Related termsEdit