دراج

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Occupational noun from the root د ر ج(d-r-j).

NounEdit

دَرَّاج (darrājm (plural دَرَّاجُون(darrājūn), feminine دَرَّاجَة(darrāja))

  1. cyclist, biker
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

دِرَاج (dirājpl

  1. plural of دَرَج(daraj)

Etymology 3Edit

Identical to تَدْرُج(tadruj, pheasant); the first form based on Middle Persian *tadurug, the present form on the last two thirds of *tudurāg, with gemination in the Arabic word after the measure as found in عُكَّاز(ʿukkāz).

NounEdit

دُرَّاج (durrājm (plural دَرَارِيج(darārīj))

  1. phasanid, most commonly Francolinus francolin, but also Chrysolophus pheasant
DeclensionEdit

BaluchiEdit

AdjectiveEdit

دراج (daráj, dráj)

  1. long
  2. tall

See alsoEdit


PersianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic دُرَّاج(durrāj). The form تراج(torrâj) is a blend with تذرو(tazarv, pheasant).

NounEdit

دراج (dorrâj)

  1. francolin

ReferencesEdit

  • Vullers, Johann August, “دُرّاج”, in Lexicon Persico-Latinum etymologicum cum linguis maxime cognatis Sanscrita et Zendica et Pehlevica comparatum, e lexicis persice scriptis Borhâni Qâtiu, Haft Qulzum et Bahâri agam et persico-turcico Farhangi-Shuûrî confectum, adhibitis etiam Castelli, Meninski, Richardson et aliorum operibus et auctoritate scriptorum Persicorum adauctum[1] (in Latin), volume I, Bonn: Adolf Marcus, 1855, page 819b