جوز

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See also: خور‎, جور‎, چور‎, خوز‎, حور, and حوز

Arabic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the root ج و ز(j w z); compare جَازَ(jāza, to pass through).

Verb[edit]

جَوَّزَ (jawwaza) II, non-past يُجَوِّزُ‎‎ (yujawwizu)

  1. to allow, permit
  2. to cause to travel over, pass through, perform
  3. to carry through one's views
  4. to water
  5. to give in marriage, to marry
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Noun[edit]

جَوْز (jawzm (plural أَجْوَاز(ʾajwāz))

  1. verbal noun of جَازَ(jāza) (form I)
  2. middle (of a desert, a camel, the night, etc.)
  3. main part
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Etymology 2[edit]

جَوْز

From Middle Persian 𐭢𐭥𐭦(gōz, walnut) (Persian گوز(gowz)).

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Noun[edit]

جَوْز (jawzm (collective, singulative جَوْزَة‎ f (jawza), plural جَوْزَات(jawzāt))

  1. walnut (the fruit of any Juglans tree; walnut trees are usually شَجَر الجَوْز(šajar al-jawz); the same tendency in the derived terms)
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Egyptian Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic زَوْج(zawj) with metathesis.

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Noun[edit]

جوز (gōzm

  1. husband

Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic جَوْز(jawz), from Middle Persian 𐭢𐭥𐭦(gōz, walnut). Doublet of گوز‎. See Old Armenian ընկոյզ (ənkoyz) for etymology.

Noun[edit]

جوز (jowz) (plural جوزها(jowz-hâ))

  1. (archaic) walnut
    Synonyms: چارمغز(čârmağz) (Dari), گردو(gerdu) (Iranian Persian), گوز(gowz)

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