شين

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See also: شئن‎, شین‎, سين, and سئن

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شِين (šīnf (plural شِينَات(šīnāt))

  1. Name of the thirteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet (ش(š)), representing the sound /ʃ/

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Gulf Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Classical Arabic شَيْن(šayn, bad, tainted), from شَانَ(šāna), from the root ش ي ن(š-y-n).

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شين (šēnm

  1. bad
    Antonym: زين(zēn)
    كل مكان فيه الزين وفيه الشين‎‎
    kil mukān fīl-zēn u fīl-šēn
    Every place has the good and the bad

Pashto[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Iranian *axšáyHnah.

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شين (šin)

  1. green
  2. blue
  3. sky blue

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Colors in Pashto · رنګونه(ranguna) (layout · text)
     سپين(spin)      خړ(xëṛ)      تور(tor)
             سور(sur)              نارنجي(nâranji); نسواري(naswâri)              ژېړ(žeṛ)
                          شين (šin)             
                                       شين (shin)
             چوڼيا(čuṇyâ); نيلي(nili)              کینخي(kinaxi)              ګلابي(gwëlâbi)