See also: فرش‎, قرش, and ف ر س

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Semitic *paras-, compare Ge'ez ፈረሰ (färäsä, to demolish), Hebrew פָּרַס(parás, to divide), Aramaic פְּרַס(pᵊras, to divide), Akkadian 𒋻 (/parāsu/, to cut off). From the root ف ر س(f-r-s).

Also, from Proto-Semitic *paraš-, Aramaic פְרַשׁ(pᵊraš, to cut off).

Further, Arabic فَرَصَ(faraṣa, to slit), Hebrew פָּרַץ(pāraṣ, to breach), Akkadian 𒉺𒊏𒍮 (/parāṣu/, to lie, to break an oath or breach trust), Ge'ez ፈረጸ (färäṣä, to break open), Ugaritic 𐎔𐎗𐎕 (prṣ, to open), as well as Arabic فَرَضَ(faraḍa, to notch).

Also, Arabic فَرَقَ(faraqa, to separate), widespread in Semitic.

Also, Arabic فَرَثَ(faraṯa, to scatter), Aramaic פְּרַת(pᵊraṯ, to tear apart)

VerbEdit

فَرَسَ (farasa) I, non-past يَفْرِسُ‎‎ (yafrisu)

  1. to maul, to tear up, to tatter
ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

فَرْس (farsm

  1. verbal noun of فَرَسَ (farasa) (form I)
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Cognate with Hebrew פָּרָשׁ(pārā́š, horseman), Classical Syriac ܦܪܫܐ(parašā, horseman), Ge'ez ፈረስ (färäs, horse).

NounEdit

فَرَس (farasm or f (plural أَفْرَاس(ʾafrās))

  1. horse, mare
    Synonyms: حِصَان(ḥiṣān), خَيْل(ḵayl)
DeclensionEdit
DescendantsEdit
  • Baldemu: pilish (possibly)
ReferencesEdit

Etymology 3Edit

From Old Persian 𐎱𐎠𐎼𐎿 (Pārsa).

NounEdit

فُرْس (fursm (collective, singulative فَارِسِيّ‎ m (fārisiyy))

  1. Persians
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