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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ط ع م(ṭ-ʿ-m).

VerbEdit

طَعِمَ (ṭaʿima) I, non-past يَطْعَمُ‎‎ (yaṭʿamu)

  1. to degust, to taste

ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

طَعَّمَ (ṭaʿʿama) II, non-past يُطَعِّمُ‎‎ (yuṭaʿʿimu)

  1. to insert, to inoculate, to graft, to introduce
    • قال يونيوس يطعم الأترج كتطعيم الكرم وتطاعم التوت في الأترج والأترج في التفاح والتفاح في الأترج ويكون التفاح أحمر بالطبع إن ركب في شجر الدلب والقراسيا يحب التطعيم ويطعم في كرمة
      Junius said that the citron can be inoculated into the vine, and the mulberry into the citron, and the citron into the apple, and the apple into the citron, and the apple is naturally incarned if grafted onto the plane, and the cherry loves inoculation and can be inoculated into a vine.
  2. to put bait on

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

طَعْم (ṭaʿmm (plural طُعُوم(ṭuʿūm))

  1. verbal noun of طَعِمَ (ṭaʿima) (form I)
  2. taste, flavor
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DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

طُعْم (ṭuʿmm (plural طُعُوم(ṭuʿūm))

  1. morsel of food, chunk
    Synonym: مُضْغَة(muḍḡa)
  2. pith pulp, medulla; serum, lymph
  3. truncheon for grafting

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

طُعَم (ṭuʿampl

  1. plural of طُعْمَة(ṭuʿma)

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic طَعْم(ṭaʿm).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

طعم (ta'm) (plural طعم‌ها(ta'm-hâ))

  1. taste

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