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Etymology 1Edit

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

غَالِي ‎(ḡālī)

  1. informal pronunciation of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, expensive, boiling)
  2. (with definite article) nominative definite of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, expensive, boiling)
  3. (with definite article) genitive definite of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, expensive, boiling)


NounEdit

غَالِي ‎(ḡālīm

  1. informal pronunciation of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, zealot)
  2. nominative construct of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, zealot)
  3. genitive construct of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, zealot)
  4. (with definite article) nominative definite of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, zealot)
  5. (with definite article) genitive definite of غَالٍ ‎(ḡālin, zealot)

Etymology 2Edit

Relative adjective (nisba) composed of الْغَال ‎(al-ḡāl, Gaul) +‎ ـِيّ ‎(-iyy).

AdjectiveEdit

غَالِيّ ‎(ḡāliyym, fem غَالِيَّة ‎(ḡāliyya), masc pl غَالِيُّون ‎(ḡāliyyūn), fem pl غَالِيَّات ‎(ḡāliyyāt)

  1. Gallic
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

غَالِيّ ‎(ḡāliyym, pl غَالِيُّون ‎(ḡāliyyūn), fem غَالِيَّة ‎(ḡāliyya)

  1. Gaul
DeclensionEdit

Egyptian ArabicEdit

AdjectiveEdit

غالي ‎(ġāli)

  1. expensive (having a high price)
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