دولاب

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian دولاب(dulâb, dolâb).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /duː.laːb/, /daw.laːb/

NounEdit

دُولَاب or دَوْلَاب (dūlāb or dawlābm (plural دَوَالِيب(dawālīb))

  1. water-wheel
    • a. 896, Ibn ar-Rũmīy, يا سائلي عن مجمع اللذات[1]:
      ومتِّع العين بها مَليَّا – وأطبق الخبزَ وكلْ هنيّا
      طوراً تُرى كفِلكةِ الدولاب – وتارةً كعسجدِ الذُّؤابِ
      And bespin the eye with it for long – layer bread, beget bare throng!
      Lots, looks like a hench waterwheel – strings of gold, clumps for real!
    • a. 1000, المقدسي, Michael Jan de Goeje, editor, أحسن التقاسيم في معرفة الأقاليم [ʾaḥsan at-taqāsīm fī maʿrifa al-ʾaqālīm] (Bibliotheca Geographorum Arabicorum; 3)‎[2], Leiden: E. J. Brill, published 1877, 1906, page 208 line 8:
      والقادوس كوز الدولاب
      And bucket is the dipper of a water-wheel.
  2. wheel
  3. tire
  4. gears, machinery
  5. closet, cupboard

DeclensionEdit

ReferencesEdit


AzerbaijaniEdit

Other scripts
Cyrillic долаб
Perso-Arabic دولاب

NounEdit

دولاب (dolab) (definite accusative دولابی(dolabı), plural دولابلار(dolablar))

  1. Arabic spelling of dolab (closet)

DeclensionEdit


Hijazi ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian دولاب(dolâb, closet).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

دولاب (dōlābm (plural دَوَاليب(dawālīb))

  1. closet

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Perhaps from دو(do, two) +‎ لاب(lâb, split, cleft; half).

NounEdit

دولاب (dolâb)

  1. (now dialectal) cupboard; closet
  2. trick, fraud, machination
DescendantsEdit
  • Armenian: դոլաբ (dolab)
  • Azerbaijani: dolab
  • Central Kurdish: [script needed] (dołab)
  • Northern Kurdish: dolab, dolap, dolav
  • Ottoman Turkish: طولاب(dolab)

Etymology 2Edit

From دول(dul) +‎ آب(âb), or from earlier دلوآب(dalvâb), from دلو(dalv) + آب(âb), or this is an analogic formation. The vocalism dowlâb is reborrowed from Arabic دَوْلَاب(dawlāb).

NounEdit

دولاب (dulâb, dowlâb) (plural دولاب‌ها(dulâb, dowlâb-hâ))

  1. (archaic) water wheel; draw-well
    1. (archaic) Persian wheel
    • 1045-1052, Nasir Khusraw, Safarnama
      بر آب دولاب های بسیار ساخته اند.‎‎
      bar āb dūlāb-hāyi basyār sāxta-and.
      [O]ver [the Orontes] river they have built many water wheels.
DescendantsEdit