See also: رجل

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Etymology 1 edit

From the root ز ح ل(z-ḥ-l) meaning "to be distant or remote", "to linger away from others"; so called as it is the furthest and has the slowest orbital period of the classical seven heavenly bodies (counting the Sun and the Moon, without the inclusion of Earth).

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زُحَل (zuḥalm

  1. Saturn (planet)
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  • Classical Persian: زحل(zuhal)
    • Dari: زحل(zuhal /⁠zohal⁠/)
    • Iranian Persian: زحل(zohal)
    • Tajik: Зуҳал (Zuhal)
    • Azerbaijani:
    • Middle Armenian: Զօհալ (Zōhal), Զոհալ (Zohal)
    • Pashto: زحل
    • Punjabi: زحل(zḥl)
    • Urdu: زحل(zuhal)
    • Uzbek: Zuhal

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Etymology 2 edit

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زَحَلَ (zaḥala) I, non-past يَزْحَلُ‎‎ (yazḥalu)

  1. to move away, withdraw, retire
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Etymology 3 edit

Causative of زَحَلَ(zaḥala, to move away).

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زَحَّلَ (zaḥḥala) II, non-past يُزَحِّلُ‎‎ (yuzaḥḥilu)

  1. to remove
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Noun edit

زَحْل (zaḥlm

  1. verbal noun of زَحَلَ (zaḥala) (form I)
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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Arabic زُحَل(zuḥal).

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Classical reading? zuhal
Dari reading? zohal
Iranian reading? zohal
Tajik reading? zuhal

Proper noun edit

Dari زحل
Iranian Persian
Tajik Зуҳал

زحل (zohal)

  1. Saturn (planet)
    Synonym: کیوان(keyvân)

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