ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NumeralEdit

خَمْس (ḵamsf (masculine خَمْسَة(ḵamsa))

  1. feminine of خَمْسَة(ḵamsa, five)

Etymology 2Edit

Arabic numbers (edit)
 ←  4 ٥
5
6  → 
    Cardinal: خَمْسَة(ḵamsa)
    Ordinal: خَامِس(ḵāmis)
    Multiplier: خُمَاسِيّ(ḵumāsiyy), مُخَمَّس(muḵammas)
    Distributive: خُمَاسَ(ḵumāsa)
    Fractional: خُمُس (ḵumus), خُمْس (ḵums)

From the root خ م س(ḵ-m-s); compare خَمْسَة(ḵamsa, five).

NounEdit

خُمُس or خُمْس (ḵumus or ḵumsm (plural أَخْمَاس(ʾaḵmās))

  1. one fifth
DeclensionEdit
See alsoEdit

Moroccan ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Moroccan Arabic numbers (edit)
 ←  4 5 6  → 
    Cardinal: خمسة
    Ordinal: خامس
    Fractional: خمس

From Arabic خُمُس(ḵumus).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

خمس (ḵumusm (dual خمسين(ḵumsayn), plural خماس(ḵmās))

  1. fifth (fraction)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic خَمْس(ḵams), feminine of خَمْسَة(ḵamsa).

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

خمس (ḵamsm or f

  1. attributive form of خمسة(ḵamsa)

South Levantine ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

South Levantine Arabic numbers (edit)
 ←  4 ٥
5
6  → 
    Cardinal: خمسة
    Ordinal: خامس
    Fractional: خمس

From Arabic خُمُس(ḵumus).

NounEdit

خمس (ḵumsm (plural خماس(ḵmās) or أخماس(ʾaḵmās))

  1. fifth (fraction)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic خَمْس(ḵams), feminine of خَمْسَة(ḵamsa).

PronunciationEdit

NumeralEdit

خمس (ḵams)

  1. construct state of خمسة(ḵamse)