دزد

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Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Persian dwz ‎(thief), derived from Proto-Indo-Iranian *duš- ‎(bad, wrong), from Proto-Indo-European *dus- ‎(bad, wrong). From the same root also old compound دشمن ‎(došman, enemy). Cognate with Sanskrit दुर् ‎(dus-, bad), Avestan 𐬛𐬎𐬱 ‎(duš-, bad) and Ancient Greek δυσ- ‎(dus-, bad).

Noun[edit]

دزد ‎(dozd)

  1. thief

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