دوار

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the root د و ر ‎(d-w-r); compare دَارَ ‎(dāra, to turn, to revolve).

Noun[edit]

دُوَار or دَوَار ‎(duwār or dawārm

  1. vertigo, dizziness, giddiness
  2. seasickness
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Etymology 2[edit]

Template:ar-characteristic noun and characteristic adjective derived from دَارَ ‎(dāra, to turn, to rotate, to roam, to circulate), from the root د و ر ‎(d-w-r).

Noun[edit]

دَوَّار ‎(dawwārm

  1. wandering, cruising, going about
  2. traveler, nomad, rover, runabout, wanderer, globetrotter
  3. explorer
  4. perambulator, itinerant
  5. rotor, rotator
  6. traffic circle
  7. eddy, whirlpool, vortex
  8. (Egyptian) farm building, farm
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Adjective[edit]

دَوَّار ‎(dawwār)

  1. rotary, gyratory, gyrating, revolving, rotating
  2. roving, itinerant
  3. ambulatory, circulating
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Etymology 3[edit]

Noun[edit]

دِوَار ‎(diwārm

  1. verbal noun of دَاوَرَ ‎(dāwara) (form III)
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Urdu[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Sanskrit द्वार ‎(dvāra), from Proto-Indo-Iranian, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰworom ‎(enclosure, courtyard, i.e. something enclosed by the door), from *dʰwor-, compare *dʰwer-.

Noun[edit]

دوار ‎(dvār? ‎(Hindi spelling द्वार)

  1. door, gate, entrance
  2. passage
  3. opening
  4. access
  5. means
  6. medium
  7. opportunity

Etymology 2[edit]

From Arabic دُوَار ‎(duwār), دَوَار ‎(dawār).

Noun[edit]

دوار ‎(duvār, davārm

  1. vertigo, dizziness

Etymology 3[edit]

From Arabic دَوَّار ‎(dawwār).

Adjective[edit]

دوار ‎(davvār)

  1. revolving
  2. rotating
  3. circling
  4. versatile