عتيق

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Belongs to the root ع ت ق(ʿ-t-q). Sense one is possibly from Aramaic עַתִּיק(ʿattīq). Cognate with Hebrew עַתִּיק(ʿattīq).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

عَتِيق (ʿatīq) (feminine عَتِيقَة(ʿatīqa), masculine plural عُتَقَاء(ʿutaqāʾ) or عُتُق(ʿutuq) or عِتَاق(ʿitāq), feminine plural عَتِيقَات(ʿatīqāt), elative أَعْتَق(ʾaʿtaq))

  1. antique, ancient, archaic, old
    • 609–632 C.E., Qur'an, 22:29:
      ثُمَّ لْيَقْضُوا تَفَثَهُمْ وَلْيُوفُوا نُذُورَهُمْ وَلْيَطَّوَّفُوا بِالْبَيْتِ الْعَتِيقِ
      ṯumma lyaqḍū tafaṯahum walyūfū nuḏūrahum walyaṭṭawwafū bi-l-bayti l-ʿatīqi
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    Synonym: أَثَرِي(ʾaṯarī)
  2. emancipated, free
    Synonym: حُرّ(ḥurr)

DeclensionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Gulf Arabic: عتيج(ʿitīj)
  • Persian: عتیق('atiq) (possible, if not directly from Aramaic)