See also: سؤر‎, سور‎, سؤز, and سوز

Khalaj edit

Adjective edit

شور (şôr, şûor)

  1. Arabic spelling of şôr, şûor (salty)

Khowar edit

Etymology edit

From Sanskrit शत (śata), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *ćatám, from Proto-Indo-European *ḱm̥tóm. Compare Hindi सौ (sau), Urdu سو(sau), Gujarati સો (so), Assamese (xo).

Numeral edit

شور (šor)

  1. hundred

References edit

  • Elena Bashir; Maula Nigah; Rahmat Karim Baig (2005), “شور”, in A digital Khowar-English dictionary with audio, Chicago: South Asia Language and Area Center, University of Chicago.

Persian edit

Pronunciation edit

 

Readings
Classical reading? šōr
Dari reading? šōr
Iranian reading? šur
Tajik reading? šür

Etymology 1 edit

From Parthian 𐫢𐫇𐫡(šwr /⁠šōr⁠/); compare with Middle Persian [script needed] (swr /⁠sōr⁠/). cognate with Northern Kurdish şor, sûr, Central Kurdish سوێر(swêr), Baluchi شور(šōr, šowr), Baluchi سور(sowr), Harzani سور (sür) and Pashto ښرنه(ӽarǝ́na, saline). Perhaps from Proto-Iranian *sauraH (salty), from Proto-Indo-European *súHros (sour; salty).

Adjective edit

Dari شور
Iranian Persian
Tajik шӯр

شور (šur)

  1. salty (of taste)
    Coordinate terms: شیرین(širin), تلخ(talx), ترش(torš), تند(tond)
Descendants edit
  • Khalaj: şôr

Etymology 2 edit

Derived from the verb شوریدن(šuridan), شولیدن(šulidan).

Noun edit

شور (šur)

  1. excitement
  2. uproar, clamor
  3. Dastgāh-e Šur, one of the seven dastgahs of Persian Music.
Derived terms edit
  • پرشور(por-šur, passionate, ardent)

Etymology 3 edit

Verb edit

شور (šur)

  1. present stem form of شستن(šostan, to wash)

Urdu edit

Etymology edit

From Classical Persian شور(šōr).

Noun edit

شور (śorm (Hindi spelling शोर)

  1. noise
  2. uproar, clamor

Ushojo edit

Etymology edit

From Urdu شور(šōr).

Noun edit

شور (šōr)

  1. noise
  2. uproar, clamor