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See also: فرغ and فرع

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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From ق ر ع (q-r-ʿ), meaning to cast lots, sortition with sticks or arrow-shafts.[1]

VerbEdit

قَرَعَ (qaraʿa) I, non-past يَقْرَعُ‎ (yaqraʿu)

  1. to knock, rap, strike
  2. to cudgel, to driveback with a stick
  3. to beat the drum
  4. to reproach, to impugn character
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قَرَعَ (qaraʿa) I, non-past يَقْرَعُ‎ (yaqraʿu)

  1. to cover (of a stallion)
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قَرَعَ (qaraʿa) I, non-past يَقْرُعُ‎ (yaqruʿu)

  1. to cast lots
  2. to be the winner in casting lots
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

قَرِعَ (qariʿa) I, non-past يَقْرَعُ‎ (yaqraʿu)

  1. to accept advice
  2. to conquer in throwing the javelin or spear
  3. to be bald
  4. to itch
  5. to be empty, deserted, bare
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Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

قَرْع (qarʿm

  1. verbal noun of قَرَعَ (qaraʿa, to knock) (form I)
  2. knocking, rapping
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Etymology 4Edit

From Classical Syriac ܩܪܐܐ (qarrˀā).

NounEdit

قَرْع (qarʿm (collective, singulative قَرْعَة (qarʿa))

  1. pumpkin, gourd
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Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

قَرَع (qaraʿm

  1. verbal noun of قَرِعَ (qariʿa) (form I)
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  1. ^ “قرع” in Edward William Lane (1863), Arabic-English Lexicon, Supplement, London: Williams & Norgate, page 2987, meaning to impugn character, to reject or repel, to reproach for a crime, to practice sortition, beaten down ground, hard packed road, a sudden striking calamity, a whip, a riding crop or device to drive animals forward, often designed to make a loud sound.