زمرد

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Arabic[edit]

زُمُرُّد
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زمرد
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Etymology[edit]

From Persianزمرد(zomorrod), from earlier ⁧ازمرد(ozmorod), from Middle Persian [Book Pahlavi needed] (ʾwzmbwlt /⁠uzumburd⁠/), from Ancient Greek σμάραγδος (smáragdos). Doublet of ⁧زَبَرْجَد(zabarjad).

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Noun[edit]

زُمُرُّد (zumurrudm

  1. emerald

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Pashto[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Dariزمرد(zamarrud)

Noun[edit]

زمرد (zamurrúdm

  1. emerald

References[edit]

  • زمرد”, in Pashto Dictionary (in English), Peshawar, Pakistan: Pukhtoogle, 2020.

Persian[edit]

زمرد
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زمرد
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Etymology[edit]

From Early New Persian ⁧ازمرد(uzmurud), from Middle Persian [Book Pahlavi needed] (ʾwzmbwlt /⁠uzumburd⁠/), from Ancient Greek σμάραγδος (smáragdos). Compare Old Armenian զմրուխտ (zmruxt), Old Georgian ზურმუხტი (zurmuxṭi), Iranian borrowings.

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Readings
Classical reading? zumurruḏ
Dari reading? zamarrud
Iranian reading? zomorrod
Tajik reading? zumurrad, zumrad

Noun[edit]

Dari زمرد
Iranian Persian
Tajik зумуррад, зумрад

زمرد (zomorrod)

  1. emerald

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