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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ز ه ر(z-h-r).

VerbEdit

زَهَرَ (zahara) I, non-past يَزْهَرُ‎‎ (yazharu)

  1. to shine, to be radiant, to give light

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

زَهْر (zahrm (collective, singulative زَهْرَة(zahra), plural زُهُور(zuhūr) or أَزْهُر(ʾazhur) or أَزْهَار(ʾazhār) or أَزَاهِير(ʾazāhīr) or أَزَاهِر(ʾazāhir))

  1. flowers
  2. blossoms
  3. die, dice
  4. cast iron

DeclensionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Ottoman Turkish: زار(zâr)
    • Turkish: zar
    • Albanian: zar
    • Bulgarian: зар (zar)
    • Macedonian: зар (zar)
    • Romanian: zar
    • Serbo-Croatian:
      Cyrillic: зар
      Latin: zar
  • Persian: زار(zâr)
  • Arabic: اَلزَّهْر (az-zahr, the dice)

Derived termsEdit

See alsoEdit


Moroccan ArabicEdit

NounEdit

زهر (zhar)

  1. luck

PersianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Middle Persian zʾhl (zahr, poison, venom).

NounEdit

Dari Persian زهر
Iranian Persian
Tajik заҳр (zahr)

زهر (zahr) (plural زهرها(zahr-hâ))

  1. poison
  2. venom

Derived termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Dari: زهر(zahr)
  • Iranian Persian: زهر(zahr)
  • Tajik: заҳр (zahr)
  • Middle Armenian: զահր (zahr)
  • → Hindustani:
    Hindi: ज़हर (zahr)
    Urdu: زہر(zahr)
  • Gilaki: زهر(zahr)
  • Kermanic:
    Abyanehi: [script needed] (zāhr)
  • Lari: زهر(zahr)
  • Sarikoli: [script needed] (zār)
  • Shughni: [script needed] (zār)
  • Ottoman Turkish: زهر(zehr)
  • Turkmen: zäher
  • Yidgha: [script needed] (zahᵃr)

ReferencesEdit

  • MacKenzie, D. N. (1971), “zahr”, in A concise Pahlavi dictionary, London, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press, page 97