قطة

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Etymology[edit]

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Is not from Arabic roots.[1] Compare Late Egyptian [script needed] (čaute), Classical Syriac ܩܛܐ (qaṭṭa).

Noun[edit]

قِطَّة (qiṭṭaf (plural قِطَط (qiṭaṭ) or قِطَاط (qiṭāṭ), masculine قِطّ (qiṭṭ))

  1. feminine equivalent of قِطّ (qiṭṭ, cat)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Ibn Manzur, Lisan al-Arab.