ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ط ب ق(ṭ-b-q), all alterations of طَابَق(ṭābaq).

NounEdit

طَبَق (ṭabaqm (plural أَطْبَاق(ʾaṭbāq))

  1. plate (serving dish)
  2. anything in the shape of a serving dish, such as a satellite dish (طَبَق الْقَمَر(ṭabaq al-qamar)), flying saucer (طَبَق طَائِر(ṭabaq ṭāʾir))
  3. a thing that is the equal of another thing so that it covers it, lid, cover
  4. (obsolete) a joint, a limb or member of the body; bone of the head

DeclensionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Ottoman Turkish: طباق(tabak)

VerbEdit

طَبَّقَ (ṭabbaqa) II, non-past يُطَبِّقُ‎‎ (yuṭabbiqu)

  1. to apply
  2. to superpose, to make cover so that there is congruence
ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

طِبْق (ṭibqm

  1. thing that matches in form, what suits, conforms, corresponds, tallies, what is of the like measure (often in the adverbial accusative)

DeclensionEdit


Egyptian ArabicEdit

NounEdit

طبق (Tabaq)

  1. plate (serving dish)

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic طِبْق(ṭibq).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

طِبق (tebq)

  1. conformity, correspondence

PrepositionEdit

طِبقِ (tebq-e)

  1. according to, based on
    طبق افسانه‎ ― tebq-e afsâneaccording to legend
    طبق قرآن‎ ― tebq-e qor'ânaccording to the Qur'an

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic طَبَق(ṭabaq).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

طَبَق (tabaq)

  1. plate, large dish, tray