ليمون

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Arabic[edit]

لَيْمُون
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Etymology[edit]

From Persian لیمو(lēmō, līmū) (compare Tajik лемӯ (lemü), лимӯ (limü)), a loanword, probably from Indo-Aryan (compare Sanskrit निम्बू (nimbū, lime)).

Noun[edit]

لَيْمُون (laymūnm (collective, singulative لَيْمُونَة‎ f (laymūna))

  1. (uncountable, collective) lemon (fruit)

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Derived terms[edit]

Descendants[edit]

  • Hausa: lḕmō
  • Old French: lymon
  • Portuguese: limão
  • Spanish: limón
  • Sicilian: limiuni

References[edit]


Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic лимон (lïmon)
Arabic ليمون

Noun[edit]

ليمون (lïmon)

  1. Arabic spelling of лимон (lïmon).