See also: زرand رژ

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

A wanderwort, see Middle Persian blnj (/*brinǰ/) for more forms, possibly ultimately Proto-Dravidian *wariñci (rice).

NounEdit

رُزّ (ruzzm

  1. rice
    • c. 1200, يحيى بن محمد بن أحمد بن العوام‎ [Yaḥyā ibn muḥammad ibn ʾaḥmad ibn al-ʿawwām], José Antonio Banqueri, editor, كتاب الفلاحة [Book on Agriculture], volume 2, Madrid: Imprenta Real, published 1802IA, Cap. 20, Art. 1, pages 59–60:
      والوجه الآخر إن يقطع له الأرض أمشارا أمشارا ويدخل فيها الماء ويقام فيها مقدار شبرة ثم ينثر الحب عليه نثرا وإذا شربت الأرض ذلك الماء غطي الرز برقيق التراب ينثر علبه بالأيادي حتى إذا مضت ساعات وتندى التراب الذي غطي به فليقام الماء في تلك المشارات فياما دائما متّصلا
      And the other way [of transplanting rice] is when the earth is cut into divisions and water is introduced into it to stand a handspan high, then the seeds are strewn onto it, and when the earth is soaked by this water the rice is covered with sprinkled soil strewn onto it by the hands until some hours have passed and the soil which has been strewn on it is damp too, and the water shall stand in these beds continuously and without intermission.
DeclensionEdit
SynonymsEdit
DescendantsEdit
  • Ottoman Turkish: رز(rüz)

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

رَزَّ (razza) I, non-past يَرُزُّ‎‎ (yaruzzu)

  1. to insert, to drive in
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NounEdit

رَزّ (razzm

  1. verbal noun of رَزَّ (razza) (form I)
  2. inserting, driving in
DeclensionEdit

Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Persian رز(raz, vine).

NounEdit

رز (rez)

  1. (uncommon) vine
    Synonym: آصمه(asma)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic رُزّ(ruzz, rice).

NounEdit

رز (rüz) (accusative ززی(rüzzü))

  1. (uncommon) rice
    Synonyms: پلاو(pilav), برنج(birinç), طوغی(düğü, düği) (dialectal), ارز(ürüz, erz) (uncommon), توترغن(tuturğan) (Old Ottoman, rare)

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Middle Persian [script needed] (lc), [script needed] (lz /raz/). Cognates include Ancient Greek ῥάξ (rháx, grape) and Latin racēmus

NounEdit

رز (raz)

  1. vine
  2. vineyard
DescendantsEdit
  • Ottoman Turkish: رز(rez)

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from French rose, from Latin rosa, possibly from Ancient Greek ῥόδον (rhódon), itself possibly from an Iranian language. Doublet of گل(gol) if the Greek is an Iranian borrowing.

NounEdit

رز (roz)

  1. rose