فيلق

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Aramaic פּלג(plag, phalanx, military unit; attendant or bodyguard especially of the Persian king), from Ancient Greek φᾰ́λᾰγξ (phálanx) – in which case a doublet of فَلَقَة(falaqa) – or from Aramaic פּלוגּה(pluggā, group, division), derived from Proto-Semitic *palag- (to split, to divide, to cleave, to partition); see פלג‎ and φῠ́λᾰξ (phúlax).

Noun[edit]

فَيْلَق (faylaqm (plural فَيَالِق(fayāliq))

  1. (military) corps, legion

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