ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root د و ر(d-w-r); compare دَارَ(dāra, to turn, to revolve).

NounEdit

دُوَار or دَوَار (duwār or dawārm

  1. vertigo, dizziness, giddiness
  2. seasickness
DeclensionEdit
DescendantsEdit
  • Armenian: տավվար (tavvar)

Etymology 2Edit

Characteristic adjective derived from دَارَ(dāra, to turn, to rotate, to roam, to circulate), from the root د و ر(d-w-r).

NounEdit

دَوَّار (dawwārm

  1. wandering, cruising, going about
  2. traveler, nomad, rover, runabout, wanderer, globetrotter
  3. explorer
  4. perambulator, itinerant
  5. rotor, rotator
  6. traffic circle
  7. eddy, whirlpool, vortex
  8. (Egypt) farm building, farm
DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

دَوَّار (dawwār)

  1. rotary, gyratory, gyrating, revolving, rotating
  2. roving, itinerant
  3. ambulatory, circulating
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

دِوَار (diwārm

  1. verbal noun of دَاوَرَ(dāwara) (form III)
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UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit द्वार (dvāra), from Proto-Indo-Iranian, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰworom (enclosure, courtyard, i.e. something enclosed by the door), from *dʰwor-, compare *dʰwer-.

NounEdit

دوار (dvār? (Hindi spelling द्वार)

  1. door, gate, entrance
  2. passage
  3. opening
  4. access
  5. means
  6. medium
  7. opportunity

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic دُوَار(duwār), دَوَار(dawār).

NounEdit

دوار (duvār, davārm (Hindi spelling दुवार)

  1. vertigo, dizziness

Etymology 3Edit

From Arabic دَوَّار(dawwār).

AdjectiveEdit

دوار (davvār) (Hindi spelling दव्वार)

  1. revolving
  2. rotating
  3. circling
  4. versatile