ساعت

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Malay[edit]

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From Arabic سَاعَة(sāʿa).

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ساعت (Rumi spelling saat, plural ساعت-ساعت or ساعت۲‎, informal 1st possessive ساعتکو‎, 2nd possessive ساعتمو‎, 3rd possessive ساعتڽ‎)

  1. second (unit of time)

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Ottoman Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic سَاعَة(sāʿa).

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ساعت (saʾat)

  1. hour
  2. watch

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  • Turkish: saat

Persian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Arabic سَاعَة(sāʿa).

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Noun[edit]

Dari ساعت
Iranian Persian
Tajik соат (soat)

ساعت (sâ'at) (plural ساعت‌ها(sâ'at-hâ) or ساعات(sâ'ât))

  1. hour; o’clock; (by extension) time
    Synonym: (less common) تَسو(tasu)
    دو ساعت‎ ― do sâ'attwo hours
    نیم ساعت‎ ― nim sâ'athalf a hour
    ساعتِ دو‎ ― sâ'at-e dotwo o’clock
    ساعت چند است؟ — ساعت یک است.‎‎ (literary)
    sâ'at čand ast? — sâ'at yek ast.
    ساعت چنده؟ — ساعت یکه.‎‎ (colloquial)
    sâ'at čand-e? — sâ'at yek-e.
    What time is it? — It's one o'clock.
    چه ساعتی شام بخوریم؟ — ساعت هشت شام بخوریم.‎‎
    če sâ'ati šâm boxorim? — sâ'at-e hašt šâm boxorim.
    What time should we have dinner? — Let's have dinner at eight o'clock.
    نیم ساعتی استراحت کردیم.‎‎
    nim sâ'ati esterâhat kardim.
    We rested for half a hour or so.
  2. watch; clock
    ساعتش را تعمیر کردم.‎‎
    sâ'at-eš râ ta'mir kardam.
    I repaired his watch/clock.

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