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Etymology 1Edit

Relative adjective (nisba) composed of سَام(sām, Shem) +‎ ـِيّ(-iyy).

AdjectiveEdit

سَامِيّ (sāmiyym, feminine سَامِيَّة(sāmiyya), masculine plural سَامِيُّون(sāmiyyūn), feminine plural سَامِيَّات(sāmiyyāt)

  1. Semitic
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NounEdit

سَامِيّ (sāmiyym, plural سَامِيُّون(sāmiyyūn), feminine سَامِيَّة(sāmiyya)

  1. Semite
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Etymology 2Edit

AdjectiveEdit

سَامِي (sāmī)

  1. informal pronunciation of سَامٍ(sāmin, high, exalted)
  2. (with definite article) nominative definite of سَامٍ(sāmin, high, exalted)
  3. (with definite article) genitive definite of سَامٍ(sāmin, high, exalted)