ثمر

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Source of the root ث م ر(ṯ-m-r). Doublet of تَمْر(tamr, date).

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Noun[edit]

ثَمَر (ṯamarm (collective, singulative ثَمَرَة‎ f (ṯamara), plural ثِمَار(ṯimār) or ثُمُر (ṯumur) or أَثْمَار(ʾaṯmār))

  1. (collective) the yield of flowering plants, botanical fruits, crops
    Hyponyms: خَضْرَاوَات(ḵaḍrāwāt), فَاكِهَة(fākiha)
    1. (collective) the typically sweet- or (less commonly) sour-tasting produce of plants, fruit, fruitage
      Synonym: فَاكِهَة(fākiha)
      Coordinate term: خَضْرَاوَات(ḵaḍrāwāt)
    2. (collective, by extension) something or someone resembling, likened to, or related to fruit (such as natural produce, the result of a happening or an action, offspring or progeny, the produce of anything, the fruit of one's labor, gain, advantage, profit, possessions, riches, money, and so on)
  2. (collective, rare) the knots of the whiplash that lacerate the skin; the thong

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Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic ثَمَر(ṯamar).

Noun[edit]

ثمر (samar)

  1. fruit

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