ظهر

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ظ ه ر (ẓ-h-r). Cognate to Hebrew צהריים \ צָהֳרַיִם (tsohoráyim) and צוהר \ צֹהַר (tsóhar), and Aramaic טהרא (ṭahrā).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

ظَهَرَ (ẓáhara) (perfect, Verb form I)

  1. to be visible, to become visible, to be manifest, to become manifest
  2. to be perceptible, to become perceptible, to be obvious, to become obvious
  3. to be clear, to become clear, to be evident, to become evident
  4. to come to light, to appear, to emerge
  5. to seem
  6. to come out, to be published
  7. to arise, to result
  8. to climb, to mount, to ascend

ظَهَّرَ (ẓáhhara) (perfect, Verb form II)

  1. to endorse

NounEdit

ظَهْر (ẓahrm, plurals ظهور (ẓuhūr)‎, أظهر (ʾáẓhur)‎ or ظهورات (ẓuhurāt)‎

  1. back, rear, reverse
  2. deck, surface, top
  3. (anatomy) back
  4. cast iron

ظُهْر (ẓuhrm, plural أظْهَار (ʾaẓhār)‎

  1. noon, midday
  2. (Islam) midday prayer
  3. afternoon, p.m.

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic ظهر (ẓahr).

NounEdit

ظهر (zahr)

  1. (anatomy) back (anatomy)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic ظهر (ẓuhr).

NounEdit

ظهر (zohr)

  1. noon
  2. midday
Last modified on 31 March 2014, at 03:06