يعقوب

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew יעקב(ya'akov).

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

يَعْقُوب (yaʿqūbm

  1. Jacob, Hebrew patriarch also known as Israel
  2. James, any of a number of figures in the New Testament
    يَعْقُوب الْبَارّ‎ ― yaʿqūb al-bārrJames the Just
    يَعْقُوب بِن زَبَدِي‎ ― yaʿqūb bin zabadīJames, son of Zebedee
    يَعْقُوب بِن حَلْفَى‎ ― yaʿqūb bin ḥalfāJames, son of Alphaeus
  3. A male given name, Jacob, James

DeclensionEdit

Related termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Judeo-Arabic: יעקוב(yaʿqūbu)
  • Azerbaijani: Yaqubun
  • Hausa: Yaƙubu, Yakubu
  • Kazakh: Жақып (Jaqıp)
  • Kyrgyz: Жакып (Cakıp)
  • Tajik: Яъқуб (Yaʾqub)
  • Turkish: Yakup
  • Uzbek: Yaqob

See alsoEdit