سرخ

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Persian[edit]

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A سرخ (surx) pomegranate.

Etymology[edit]

From earlier ⁧سهر(suhr) (cf. ⁧سهراب(suhrāb, literally a person who has red face)), from Middle Persian [script needed] (swhr /⁠suhr⁠/, red), from Manichaean Middle Persian𐫘𐫇𐫍𐫡(swhr /⁠suhr⁠/), from Old Persian 𐎰𐎧𐎼 (θ-x-r /⁠θuxra⁠/, bright), from Proto-Iranian *cuxráh from Proto-Indo-Iranian *ćukrás. Compare Sanskrit शुक्र (śukra, bright, resplendent), Parthian𐫘𐫇𐫟𐫡(swxr /⁠suxr⁠/, red), Ossetian сырх (syrx, red) and Avestan𐬯𐬎𐬑𐬭𐬀(suxra).

Pronunciation[edit]

 

Readings
Classical reading? surx
Dari reading? surx
Iranian reading? sorx
Tajik reading? surx

Adjective[edit]

Dari سرخ
Iranian Persian
Tajik сурх

سرخ (sorx)

  1. scarlet, red color

Inflection[edit]

    Enclitic-attached forms of ⁧سرخ(sorx)
    Basic forms of ⁧سرخ(sorx)
bare سرخ
(sorx)
ezâfe سرخ
(sorx-e)
marked indefinite
or relative definite
سرخی
(sorx-i)
    Possessive forms of ⁧سرخ(sorx)
singular plural
1st person
(“my, our”)
سرخم
(sorxam)
سرخمان
(sorxemân)
[Term?]
(sorxemun)
2nd person
(“your”)
سرخت
(sorxat)
[Term?]
(sorxet)
سرختان
(sorxetân)
[Term?]
(sorxetun)
3rd person
(“his, her, its, their”)
سرخش
(sorxaš)
[Term?]
(sorxeš)
سرخشان
(sorxešân)
[Term?]
(sorxešun)
Colloquial.
    Predicative forms of ⁧سرخ(sorx)
singular plural
1st person
(“I am, we are”)
سرخم
(sorxam)
سرخیم
(sorxim)
2nd person
(“you are”)
سرخی
(sorxi)
سرخید
(sorxid)
سرخین
(sorxin)
3rd person
(“he/she/it is, they are”)
سرخ است
(sorx ast)
سرخه
(sorxe)
سرخند
(sorxand)
سرخن
(sorxan)
Colloquial.

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Southwestern Fars[edit]

Adjective[edit]

سرخ (sorx)

  1. (Masarm, Deh Sarv) red

Urdu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Classical Persianسرخ(surx). Doublet of ⁧شکر(śukra, bright).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

سرخ (surx) (Hindi spelling सुर्ख़)

  1. red
  2. twilight-colored
  3. a communist or socialist (metaphorically)

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