بغى

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See also: بغي

Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the root ب غ ي(b-ḡ-y), cognate with Biblical Hebrew בָּעָה(seek) and Aramaic בְּעָא(ask, seek) and בְּעֵי‎.

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بَغَى (baḡā) I, non-past يَبْغِي‎‎ (yabḡī)

  1. to wish, to want

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بَغَى (baḡā) I, non-past يَبْغِي‎‎ (yabḡī)

  1. to fornicate, to whore

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بَغَى (baḡā) I, non-past يَبْغِي‎‎ (yabḡī)

  1. to sin, to do wrong, to violate (with عَلَى)

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Gulf Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic بِغَىٰ(biḡā).

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

بِغى (biḡa) (imperfect يِبي(yibi) or يَبي(yabi)) (irregular)

  1. to want

Moroccan Arabic[edit]

Root
ب غ ي

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic بَغَى(baḡā).

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Verb[edit]

بغى (bḡa) (non-past يبغي(yibḡi), form I)

  1. to want
    شنو بغيت فهاد الدنيا؟‎‎
    šnu bḡīti f hād ed-dunya
    What do you want in this life?
  2. to love
    Synonyms: حب(ḥabb), مات(māt)
    كنبغيك بالزاف.‎‎
    kanabḡīk bezzāf
    I love you so much.

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