یعنی

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Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic يَعْنِي (yaʿnī).

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Dari یعنی
Iranian Persian یعنی
Tajik яъне (yaʾne)

یعنی (ya'ni)

  1. that is to say, namely, to wit, i.e.
    • 1045-1052, Nasir Khusraw, "کویمات، حمات، آب عاصی", Safarnama
      و از آنجا به شهر حمات شدیم، شهری خوشی و آبادان بر لب آب عاصی و این آب را از آن سبب عاصی گویند که به جانب روم می‌رود، یعنی، چون از بلاد اسلام به بلاد کفر می‌رود، عاصی است و بر این آب دولاب‌های بسیار ساخته‌اند.
      va az ânjâ be šahr-e Hamât šodim, šahri xoš o âbâdân bar lab-e Âb-e Âsi va in âb râ az ân sabab "Âsi" guyand ke be jâneb-e Rum mi-ravad, ya'ni, chun az belâd Eslam be belâd-e kofr mi-ravad, âsi ast va bar in âb dolâb-hâye bessiyâr sâxteand.
      and from there we went to city of Hama, a pleasant and cultivated place near the Asi [Sinful] River. And this river is called "Sinful" because it is flowing toward Rum [Byzantine Empire], that is to say, since it is going from the land of Islam to the land of kufr, it is sinful ...

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Urdu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian یعنی (ya'ni), from Arabic يَعْنِي (yaʿnī).

Pronunciation[edit]

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یعنی (ya'nī)  Hindi spelling: यानी

  1. that is to say, namely, to wit, i.e.