سیم

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Persian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle Persian (ʾ)sym ((a)sēm), from Ancient Greek ἄσημον (ásēmon, silverware), neutral form of ἄσημος (ásēmos, pure, unmarked). Akin to Parthian hsym (hasēm, silver), Bactrian σιμινο (simino, made of silver, silverware).

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Noun[edit]

سیم (sim) (plural سیم‌ها (sim-hâ))

  1. silver (coins)
  2. wire
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Etymology 2[edit]

From سی (si, thirty) + م (-om, -th, -eth (ordinal number suffix))).

Adjective[edit]

سیم (siyom)

  1. thirtieth

Etymology 3[edit]

From Middle Persian 3wm (seyom).

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Noun[edit]

سیم (seyom)

  1. (archaic) third
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