خاشوقة

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Baharna Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Persian قاشق(qâšoq, spoon), from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīg))

  1. spoon

Egyptian Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūqaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīq)) (obsolete)

  1. spoon

Gulf Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Persian قاشق(qâšoq, spoon), from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīg))

  1. spoon

Usage notes[edit]

The word is obsolete in Kuwait, displaced by the word قفشة(gáfša).


Hijazi Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīg)) (obsolete)

  1. spoon

Synonyms[edit]


Iraqi Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūqa, ḵāšūga, ḵāšōgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīq, ḵawāšīg))

  1. spoon

Najdi Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīg))

  1. spoon

North Levantine Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūqa, ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīq, ḵawāšīg))

  1. spoon

North Mesopotamian Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūqa, ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīq, ḵawāšīg))

  1. spoon

South Levantine Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish قاشیق(kaşık, spoon).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Bedouin) IPA(key): /xɑː.ʃuː.ɡa/

Noun[edit]

خَاشُوقَة (ḵāšūqa, ḵāšūgaf (plural خَوَاشِيق(ḵawāšīq, ḵawāšīg))

  1. (regional, rare) spoon

References[edit]

  • Behnstedt, Peter; Woidich, Manfred, editors (2012) Wortatlas der arabischen Dialekte – Band II: Materielle Kultur (Handbook of Oriental Studies – Handbuch der Orientalistik; 100/II) (in German), Leiden: Brill, page 133