رفتن

See also: رقبن

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Persian [script needed] (SGYTWN-tn' /raftan/, to move, proceed), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁reh₁p-. Compare English reptile, Latin rēpō (I creep), Latvian rãpât, râpt, Middle High German reben (to move, steer), rebe (offshoot, bud).

PronunciationEdit

Dari Persian رفتن
Iranian Persian
Tajik рафтан (raftan)
  • Vocalised Persian: رَفْتَن
  • IPA(key): [ræfˈtʰæn]
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VerbEdit

رفتن (raftan) (present stem رو(rav))

  1. to go
    • بیا بریم دشت از عبید زاکانی
      بیا بریم دشت.
      کدوم دشت؟
      همون دشتی که خرگوش تاب داره.
      Biâ bérim dašt.
      Kodúm dašt?
      Hamún dášti ke xargúš tâb dấre.
      Come, let's go to the field.
      Which field?
      The field that has rabbits.
    رفتم خونه مامانم برای جشن تولد خواهر کوچیکم.
    Ráftam xuné-ye mâmấnam barấ-ye jášn-e tavallód-e xâhár-e kučíkam.
    I went to my mom's house for my little sister's birthday party.
  2. to leave
    • 2012, Yas & Aamin, "Vaghte Raftan"
      سخته رفتن بس که سردم من حرف دلای شکستم
      من با هر خاطره با غم می‍رم با اینکه وابستم
      saxt-e raftan bas ke sardam man harf-e dal-â-ye šekastam
      man bâ har xâtere bâ ğam mi-ram bâ inke vâbastam
  3. to depart
  4. to pass away, to die

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Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Persian [script needed] (lwp- /rōb-/), from Proto-Iranian. Cognate with Baluchi روپگ(rópag, to sweep, broom).

PronunciationEdit

Dari Persian رفتن
Iranian Persian
Tajik рӯфтан (rüftan)

VerbEdit

رفتن (roftan) (present stem روب(rub))

  1. to sweep
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UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Persian رفتن(raftan).

VerbEdit

رفتن (raftan)

  1. to go
  2. to pass away

Etymology 2Edit

From Persian رفتن(roftan).

VerbEdit

رفتن (ruftan)

  1. to sweep