ببر

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Arabic[edit]

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ببر

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *barbar- ‎(wolf; jackal). Cognate to Akkadian 𒌨𒁇𒊏 ‎(barbaru, wolf).

Noun[edit]

بَبْر ‎(babrm ‎(plural بُبُور ‎(bubūr))

  1. tiger

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Persian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle Persian.

Noun[edit]

ببر ‎(babar) ‎(plural ببرها ‎(babar-hâ))

  1. beaver

Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle Persian bpl ‎(babr, tiger), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *wy(H)āgʰras. Cognate with Sanskrit व्याघ्र ‎(vyāghrá) and related to Old Armenian վագր ‎(vagr) and Old Georgian ვიგრი ‎(vigri) (both loanwords from Iranian). May be related to obsolete Persian بغرا ‎(bağrā, boar).

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Noun[edit]

ببر ‎(babr) ‎(plural ببرها ‎(babr-hâ) or ببران ‎(babrân))

Dari ببر
Iranian Persian ببر
Tajik бабр ‎(babr)
  1. tiger

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