غاسول

ArabicEdit

 
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Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root غ س ل(ḡ-s-l).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

غَاسُول (ḡāsūlm

  1. sandthorn, sallowthorn (Hippophae gen. et spp.)
    Hyponym: (Hippophae rhamnoides) غَاسُول رُومِيّ(ḡāsūl rūmiyy)
  2. soapwort (Saponaria) gen. et spp.)
    • 1841, محمد بن عمر بن سليمان التونسي [Muḥammad ibn ʿUmar ibn Sulaymān al-Tūnisiyy] (1789–1857), الدر اللامع في النبات وما فيه من الخواص والمنافع [al-durr al-lāmiʿ fī nabāt wa mā fīhi mina l-ḵawāṣṣ wa l-manāfiʿ], Cairo, page 81:
      وزهر الغاسول يتبسم قبيل الغروب ومعه، وزهر شب الليل يتبسم في أول ساعة من المساء ويبقي كذلك مدة ساعتين، وزهر نبات ست الحسن يتبسم في الساعة الرابعة من الليل ويدوم تبسمه إلى عاشر ساعة منه
      And the soapwort flowers go asunder shortly before sunset and together with it, and the four o'clock flower in the first hour of the evening and stays so for two hours, and the flower of the belladonna opens its lips in the fourth hour of the night and abides by it until the tenth hour thereof.
  3. Mesembryanthemum, particularly the Egyptian fig-marigold (Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum)
  4. (Medieval) any cleaning paste containing various plants for washing teeth as well as skin, soap
  5. (Modern, usually written غَسُول(ḡasūl)) soap, detergent, lye, lotion, body or mouth wash, lotion etc.
  6. (Morocco) a kind of saponifying vulcanic argil used for hair and skin care

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PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic غَاسُول(ḡāsūl).

NounEdit

غاسول (ğāsūl)

  1. soapwort (Saponaria) gen. et spp.)