خطم

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “خ ط م (ḵ ṭ m)?”

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Noun[edit]

خَطْم (xaṭmm (plural مَخاطِم (maxāṭim))

  1. nose
  2. the nose and mouth together
  3. a sign made on a camel's nose

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Noun[edit]

خُطُم (xuṭumm (plural مَخاطِم (maxāṭim))

  1. a rope by which a camel is guided by its nose
  2. plural form of خطام; (خِطام)

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Verb[edit]

خَطَمَ (xaṭama?

  1. to tie a rope to a camels nose
  2. to make a sign on a camel's nose

Libyan Arabic[edit]

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Verb[edit]

خطم intransitive

  1. to pass by

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خطّم transitive

  1. to pass through