سراج

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Aramaic שְׁרָגָא(šerāgā) (in Classical Syriac ܫܪܳܓܳܐ‎), from Parthian *𐫢𐫡𐫀𐫄(*šrʾɣ /širāɣ/).

NounEdit

سِرَاج (sirājm (plural سُرُج(suruj))

  1. lamp, luminary, lantern
  2. used as a part of plant-names
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DescendantsEdit
  • Bengali: সিরাজ (śiraj)
  • Swahili: siraji

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from Aramaic סַרָּגָא(sarrāgā) (in Classical Syriac ܣܰܪܳܓܳܐ‎), from סְרַג(srag, to bind, to plait) (in Classical Syriac ܣܪܰܓ‎).

NounEdit

سَرَّاج (sarrājm (plural سَرَّاجُون(sarrājūn))

  1. saddler
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Ottoman TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Arabic سِرَاج(sirāj, lamp, lantern).

NounEdit

سراج (sirac) (plural سرج‎)

  1. lamp, especially an oil lamp
    Synonyms: چراغ(çirag), قندیل(kandil), لامپه(lampa), مصباح(mısbah)
  2. wick, candlewick
    Synonyms: چراغ(çirag), فتیل(fitil)
  3. light, any source of light
    Synonyms: ایشق(ışık), چراغ(çirag)

Derived termsEdit

  • سراجی(siraci, pertaining to a lampwick)

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