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سر

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root س ر ر (s-r-r).

VerbEdit

سَرَّ (sarra) I, non-past يَسُرُّ‎ (yasurru)

  1. to gladden, to make happy, to delight, to cheer, to rejoice
  2. to satisfy
  3. to pass
  4. to be glad, to be happy, to be delighted, to take pleasure in
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Etymology 2Edit

Denominal verb from سُرّ (surr, umbilical cord) and سُرَّة (surra, navel).

VerbEdit

سَرَّ (sarra) I, non-past يَسُرُّ‎ (yasurru)

  1. to cut off the navel string of (someone)
  2. to hurt the navel of (someone)
ConjugationEdit
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Etymology 3Edit

Denominal verb from سُرَّة (surra, navel).

VerbEdit

سَرَّ (sarra) I, non-past يَسَرُّ‎ (yasarru)

  1. to complain of pain in the navel
ConjugationEdit
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Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

سِرّ (sirrm (plural أَسْرَار (ʾasrār))

  1. secret, secret thought
  2. heart, inmost
  3. secrecy, mystery
  4. sacrament (Christianity)
  5. underlying reason
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

سِرّ (sirrm (plural أَسِرَّة (ʾasirra) or أَسْرَار (ʾasrār) or أَسَارِير (ʾasārīr))

  1. line in the palm
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Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

سُرّ (surrm (plural أَسِرَّة (ʾasirra))

  1. verbal noun of سَرَّ (sarra) (form I)
  2. umbilical cord, navel string
DeclensionEdit
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Etymology 6Edit

NounEdit

سَرّ (sarrm

  1. verbal noun of سَرَّ (sarra) (form I)
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DeclensionEdit

Etymology 7Edit

From Persian سر.

NounEdit

سَر (sarm

  1. (in compounds) head, chief
    سِرْدَار (sirdār)— supreme commander; commanding general
    سَرْعَسْكَر (sarʿaskar)— Ottoman general
    سِرْيَاوَرَان (siryāwarān)— adjutant general
DeclensionEdit

BaluchiEdit

NounEdit

سر (sar)

  1. (anatomy) head
  2. top

See alsoEdit


LakiEdit

NounEdit

سر (transliteration needed)

  1. head

PersianEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Persian 𐭫𐭥𐭩𐭱𐭤 (sar). Compare Avestan 𐬯𐬁𐬭𐬀 (sāra, head).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Dari سر
Iranian Persian سر
Tajik сар (sar)

سر (sar) (plural سرها (sar-hâ))

  1. (anatomy) head
  2. the topmost, foremost, or leading part; head
  3. (Sistani) a kind of clay

سر (sar) (plural سران (sarân))

  1. leader, chief
InflectionEdit
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic سِرّ (sirr, secret).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

سر (serr) (plural اسرار (asrâr))

  1. secret
InflectionEdit
SynonymsEdit

Etymology 3Edit

A transliteration of the English title Sir.

NounEdit

سر (ser)

  1. Sir (the titular prefix given to a knight or baronet)
    سر تیم برنرز لیser Tim Bernerz Li ― Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Usage notesEdit

Used in transliteration only.


UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit शर (šara)

NounEdit

سر (sarm

  1. arrow

Etymology 2Edit

From Sanskrit

AdjectiveEdit

سر (sar)

  1. going
  2. moving
  3. proceeding

NounEdit

سر (sar?

  1. motion
  2. milk
  3. waterfall
  4. salt
  5. cream

Etymology 3Edit

From Sanskrit सरस्

NounEdit

سر (sarm

  1. lake
  2. pond
  3. pool
  4. tank

Etymology 4Edit

From Persian, from Sanskrit शिरस् (śiras)

NounEdit

سر (sarm

  1. head
  2. top
  3. pinnacle
  4. tip
  5. origin
  6. head
  7. chief
  8. intention
  9. aim, goal
  10. end

Etymology 5Edit

From Sanskrit शिर (šira)

AdverbEdit

سر (sir)

  1. initially

NounEdit

سر (sirm

  1. head
  2. skull
  3. top
  4. summit
  5. crown
  6. pinnacle
  7. beginning
  8. commencement

Etymology 6Edit

From Persian, from Arabic

NounEdit

سر (sirrm

  1. secret
  2. mystery

Etymology 7Edit

From Sanskrit

NounEdit

سر (suram

  1. god
  2. diety
  3. angel
  4. sun

Etymology 8Edit

From Sanskrit स्वरः

NounEdit

سر (surm

  1. sound
  2. voice
  3. tone
  4. tune
  5. harmony
  6. melody
  7. song
  8. air

Etymology 9Edit

From Persian, from Sanskrit शूल

NounEdit

سر (surm

  1. swordfish