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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ر و ج(r-w-j).

VerbEdit

رَاجَ (rāja) I, non-past يَرُوجُ‎‎ (yarūju)

  1. to have currency, to circulate, to sell well, to be in demand, to burgeon, to be buoyant

ConjugationEdit


MalayEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit राजन् (rājan), from Proto-Indo-Iranian, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃reǵ-.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

راج (Rumi spelling raja‎, plural راج٢‎)

  1. king (a male of a royal family who is the supreme ruler of his nation)
  2. (chess) king (a playing piece in chess)

SynonymsEdit

See alsoEdit

Chess pieces in Malay · buah catur (buah + catur), بواه چاتور‎ (بواه + چاتور‎) (layout · text)
           
raja, راج menteri
منتري
tir, benteng
تير‎, بينتيڠ
gajah,
ݢاجه
kuda,
کودا
bidak, piadak, pion
بيدقڤيادق‎, ڤيون

PersianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from Ancient Greek ῥάξ (rháx).

NounEdit

راج (râj)

  1. holly

UrduEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit राज्य (rājya, royalty, kingdom, realm).

NounEdit

راج (rājm (Hindi spelling राज)

  1. royalty
  2. kingdom
  3. empire
  4. state
  5. monarchy
  6. government
  7. administration
  8. reign
  9. rule
  10. sovereignty

Etymology 2Edit

From Sanskrit राजन् (rājan, king, sovereign, prince).

NounEdit

راج (rājm (Hindi spelling राज)

  1. mason
  2. builder

PrefixEdit

راج (rāj-), Hindi spelling: राज- (rāj-)

  1. A prefix which forms a large number of compound words and carries an adjectival meaning of the king or of the state (e.g., راج‌کر(rāj-kar) royal tribute, tax, راج‌دوت(rāj-dūt) royal emissary, ambassador, راج‌بھاشا(rāj-bhāṣā) national language, راج‌نیتی(rāj-nīti) politics), etc.

SuffixEdit

راج (-rāj), Hindi spelling: -राज (-rāj)

  1. A suffix which forms compound words and carries the meaning king or chief (e.g., مہاراج(mahā-rāj) great king, maharaja).

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