سائق

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the active participle of سَاقَ(sāqa, to drive), from the root س و ق(s-w-q).

Adjective[edit]

سَائِق (sāʾiq) (feminine سَائِقَة(sāʾiqa), masculine plural سَائِقُون(sāʾiqūn) or سَاقَة(sāqa) or سُوَّاق(suwwāq), feminine plural سَائِقَات(sāʾiqāt))

  1. driving

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Noun[edit]

سَائِق (sāʾiqm (plural سَائِقُون(sāʾiqūn) or سَاقَة(sāqa) or سُوَّاق(suwwāq), feminine سَائِقَة(sāʾiqa))

  1. driving force
  2. driver, pilot

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