قرنفل

ArabicEdit

 
قَرَنْفُل
 
قَرَنْفُل

EtymologyEdit

Imported from India. Compare Tamil கராம்பு (karāmpu), கிராம்பு (kirāmpu), Malayalam കറയാന്പൂ (kaṟayānpū), കരയാമ്പൂ (karayāmpū), ഗ്രാമ്പൂ (grāmpū), Sinhalese කරාබු (karābu), Tagalog klabong, klabos, kalabumpako, all meaning cloves. From the same source Ancient Greek καρυόφυλλον (karuóphullon), Classical Syriac ܩܪܦܠܢ‎, ܩܪܦܠܘܢ‎, Amharic ቅርንፉድ (ḳərnfud). This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

قَرَنْفُل (qaranfulm

  1. clove (Syzygium aromaticum)
    • 10th century, Al-Mutanabbi, “حرف اللام”, in ديوان أبي الطيب المتنبي, 201:
      نَدَى الْخُزَامَى ذَفِرِ الْقَرَنْفُلِ / مُحَلَّلٍ مِلْوَحْشِ لَمْ يُحَلَّلِ
      nadā l-ḵuzāmā ḏafiri l-qaranfuli / muḥallalin milwaḥši lam yuḥallali
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
  2. carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus)

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Hijazi ArabicEdit

 
قُرُنْفُل

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic قَرَنْفُل(qaranful).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ɡurunful/, [ɡʊrʊɱfʊl]

NounEdit

قُرُنْفُل (gurunfulm pl

  1. carnation (flower)
  2. clove (spice)

Ottoman TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic قَرَنْفُل(qaranful),

NounEdit

قرنفل (karanfil)

  1. carnation (flower)
  2. clove (spice)

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PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic قَرَنْفُل(qaranful).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Kabuli): IPA(key): /qaɾanfʊl/

NounEdit

قرنفل (qaranfol)

  1. carnation (flower)
  2. clove (spice)