See also: عب

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root غ ب ب(ḡ-b-b).

VerbEdit

غَبَّ (ḡabba) I, non-past يَغُبُّ‎‎ (yaḡubbu)

  1. to come on alternate days upon
  2. vulgar form of عَبَّ(ʿabba, to gulp)

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

غِبّ (ḡibbm

  1. verbal noun of غَبَّ (ḡabba) (form I), visit per interval, arrival in an alternating fashion
    حُمَّى الْغِبّ‎ ― ḥummā l-ḡibbtertian fever
  2. end, outcome, fine, result, output
    2019 May 9, الشيخ : محمد بن سليمان المحيسني‎, “عاقبة اللواط‎”, in الخطباء[1]:
    ولقد ظهرت واتضحت نتائج سوء التربية، وحصد الذين أهملوا في السابق غِبَّ هذا الإهمال، كما شاهد الجميع آثار ذلك على بعض الشباب.‎‎
    The results of bad upbringing became patent, and he who has been heedless in the past reaped the output of heedlessness, like everyone witnesses its spoors on a deal of the youth.

DeclensionEdit

PrepositionEdit

غِبَّ (ḡibba)

  1. after, following in time

InflectionEdit

NounEdit

غُبّ (ḡubbm (plural غُبُوب(ḡubūb) or أَغْبَاب(ʾaḡbāb))

  1. depressed terrain
  2. (Yemen) bosom of the sea, gulf

DeclensionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Swahili: ghuba

VerbEdit

غِبْ (ḡib) (form I)

  1. second-person masculine singular active imperative of غَابَ(ḡāba)