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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root د ب ر(d-b-r); compare دُبْر(dubr, back), perhaps cognate with Hebrew דִּבֵּר(to speak).

VerbEdit

دَبَرَ (dabara) I, non-past يَدْبُرُ‎‎ (yadburu)

  1. to be hindmost, to come behind, to follow

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دَبَرَ (dabara) I, non-past يَدْبُرُ‎‎ (yadburu)

  1. to turn the back
  2. to elapse, to pass (of time)
  3. to grow old, to age
  4. to veer to the west
  5. to be turned backwards
  6. to fall behind the aim
  7. to take away

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VerbEdit

دَبِرَ (dabira) I, non-past يَدْبَرُ‎‎ (yadbaru)

  1. to have galls in the back, to have sores in the back

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VerbEdit

دَبَّرَ (dabbara) II, non-past يُدَبِّرُ‎‎ (yudabbiru)

  1. to arrange, to dispose, to plan, to prepare, to organize, to hatch, to contrive, to devise, to forecast
  2. to set free
  3. to direct, to manage, to regulate

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NounEdit

دَبْر (dabrm

  1. verbal noun of دَبَرَ (dabara) (form I)

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

دَبَر (dabarm

  1. verbal noun of دَبِرَ (dabira) (form I)

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

دُبْر or دُبُر (dubr or duburm (plural أَدْبَار(ʾadbār))

  1. back, back side, reverse
  2. buttocks
  3. rear part
  4. end, tail

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NounEdit

دِبْر (dibrm (plural دُبُور(dubūr) or دِبَار(dibār))

  1. swarm, flock, drove
  2. great wealth, much property

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AdjectiveEdit

دَبِر (dabir)

  1. having galls in the back

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