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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of فَتَحَ(fataḥa, to open, to conquer), from the root ف ت ح(f-t-ḥ).

NounEdit

فَاتِح (fātiḥm

  1. opener (one who opens)
  2. victor, conqueror

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AdjectiveEdit

فَاتِح (fātiḥ) (feminine فَاتِحَة(fātiḥa), elative أَفْتَح(ʾaftaḥ))

  1. light (in color)
  2. semidark (in color)

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VerbEdit

فَاتَحَ (fātaḥa) III, non-past يُفَاتِحُ‎‎ (yufātiḥu)

  1. to start to talk to
  2. to open a negotiation

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