See also: عزت‎, عرب‎, غرت‎, عزب‎, غژب, and ع ر ب

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root غ ر ب(ḡ-r-b).

Pronunciation 1Edit

VerbEdit

غَرَبَ (ḡaraba) I, non-past يَغْرُبُ‎‎ (yaḡrubu)

  1. to go away, depart, withdraw, leave
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غَرَبَ (ḡaraba) I, non-past يَغْرُبُ‎‎ (yaḡrubu)

  1. to set (of the sun, moon, etc.)
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Pronunciation 2Edit

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غَرُبَ (ḡaruba) I, non-past يَغْرُبُ‎‎ (yaḡrubu)

  1. to be a stranger
  2. to be strange, odd, obscure, difficult to understand
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Pronunciation 3Edit

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غَرَّبَ (ḡarraba) II, non-past يُغَرِّبُ‎‎ (yuḡarribu)

  1. to go away, depart, withdraw, leave
  2. to go west, westward
  3. to banish, exile, expatriate
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Pronunciation 4Edit

  • IPA(key): /ɣarb/
  • (file)
NounEdit

غَرْب (ḡarbm

  1. verbal noun of غَرَبَ (ḡaraba) (form I)
  2. west, occident
  3. vehemence, violence, tempestuousness
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Pronunciation 5Edit

NounEdit

غَرَب (ḡarabm

  1. the disease of an abscess in the canthus of the eye, lachrymal fistula
    • 1025, ابن سينا (Avicenna), القانون في الطب‎ [Canon Medicinae], Rome: Stamperia Orientale Medicea, published 1593, Liber 2, page 159:
      دوسر‏:‏ الماهية‏:‏ حشيشة يشبه ورقها ورق الحنطة لكنه ألين وله ثمرة لها حجابان أو ثلاثة وعليها شبه الشعر وقد يتخذ منه عصارة وتحفظ وهي أفضل من حشيشه‏.‏
      الطبع‏:‏ حار في الأولى يابس في الثانية‏.‏
      الأفعال والخواص‏:‏ فيها تجفيف وتحليل‏.‏
      الأورام والبثور‏:‏ يلين الأورام التي أخذت تصلب ويمنع صلابتها‏.‏
      الزينة‏:‏ من خواصه أنه يذهب بداء الثعلب‏.‏
      أعضاء العين‏:‏ ينفع من الغرب‏.‏
      Goatgrass: What it is: A grass the leaves of which resemble the leaves of wheat, but it is more flaccid and it has fruits with two or three envelopes and it has a kind of hair and one may extract a juice from it and it is preserved and better than the grass itself.
      It’s trait: Hot in the first, dry in the third grade.
      Effects and properties: It is drying and dissolving.
      Swellings and pustules: It softens swellings which have become stiff and prevents their stiffening.
      Toiletry: It is amongst its properties that it goes well with baldness.
      Parts of the eye: It works against lacrimal fistules.
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Etymology 2Edit

From West Semitic *ḡarab-, cognate with Biblical Hebrew עֲרָבָה(ʿărāḇā́), עָרָב(ʿārāḇ, poplar, willow), Aramaic עַרְבָּא(ʿarəbā) / ܥܱܪܒ݂ܳܐ(ʿarəḇā), Tigre ዕርብ (ʿərbə /ʿərəb/, a plant with tendrils), Soqotri ʿarhíeb, with possible further connections to Akkadian 𒌨𒁀𒌅 (ur-ba-tu, reed, rush), Akkadian 𒄑𒇡𒁀𒌓 (GIŠṣar-ba-tu2 /ṣarbatu/, Euphrates Poplar).

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غَرَب (ḡarabm

  1. Euphrates poplar (Populus euphratica)
    Synonym: حَوَر فُرَاتِيّ(ḥawar furātiyy)
  2. willow (Salix spp.)
    Synonyms: صَفْصَاف(ṣafṣāf), خِلَاف(ḵilāf)
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Etymology 3Edit

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غُرْب (ḡurbm pl

  1. plural of غُرَاب(ḡurāb)

LakiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic غَرْب(ḡarb).

NounEdit

غرب (ẍirb)

  1. west

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic غَرْب(ḡarb).

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NounEdit

غرب (ğarb)

  1. west

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