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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Aramaic כִּיסָא(kīsā, sack; purse); from Akkadian 𒋢𒃻𒉌𒌓 (kīsu, leather bag for weights and silver; silver capital; treasury); cognates with Classical Syriac ܟܺܝܣܳܐ(kīsā) and Hebrew כִּיס(kîs).

NounEdit

كِيس (kīsm or f (plural أَكْيَاس(ʾakyās) or كِيَسَة(kiyasa))

  1. bag, sack
  2. purse
  3. scrotum
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From the root ك ي س(k-y-s).

AdjectiveEdit

كَيِّس (kayyis) (feminine كَيِّسَة(kayyisa), masculine plural أَكْيَاس(ʾakyās) or كَيْسَى(kaysā), feminine plural كِيَاس(kiyās), elative أَكْيَس(ʾakyas))

  1. cunning, acute, sharp-witted, shrewd
DeclensionEdit

VerbEdit

كَيَّسَ (kayyasa) II, non-past يُكَيِّسُ‎‎ (yukayyisu)

  1. to render clever, to make sharp in intellect
ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

كَيْس (kaysm

  1. verbal noun of كَاسَ(kāsa) (form I)
DeclensionEdit

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