فم

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See also: قم and ق. م.

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *pay-. Cognate with Hebrew פֶּה(), Aramaic פּוּמָא(pūmā).

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Noun[edit]

فَم (famm (construct state فُو() or فَم(fam), dual فَمَان(famān), plural أَفْمَام(ʾafmām) or أَفْوَاه(ʾafwāh))

  1. mouth
  2. muzzle
  3. orifice, aperture, hole, vent
  4. mouth (of a river)
  5. mouthpiece (of pipe or cigarette), cigarette holder
    آلَة الْفَم(ʾālat al-fam, wind instrument)

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Egyptian Arabic[edit]

Noun[edit]

فُمّ (fummm (plural أَفْمَام(afmām))

  1. mouth
  2. muzzle
  3. orifice, aperture, hole, vent
  4. mouthpiece (of pipe or cigarette), cigarette holder

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Hijazi Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic فَمّ(famm).

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Noun[edit]

فَم (fammm (plural أَفْمَام ‎(ʼafmām))

  1. mouth