مروارید

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Ottoman Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian مروارید(marvârid).

Noun[edit]

مروارید ‎(mervârid)

  1. pearl

Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Persian mwlwʾlyt'(morwārīd), mlwʾlyt(marwārīd), from Old Iranian *margārīta-. Akin to Manichaean Middle Persian mwrwʾryd(morwārīd), Pazend 𐬨𐬏𐬭𐬀𐬎𐬎𐬁𐬭𐬍𐬝(mūravārīt̰), Manichaean Parthian mwrgʾryd(morγārīd) (from earlier *margārīt), Sogdian mrγʾrt(h)(marγārt, marγārit), Pashto مرغلره(murghalara), Khotanese [script needed] pl(mrāhe, pearl), Central Kurdish مرواری(mirwarî). Possibly related to Sanskrit मञ्जरी(mañjarī). Also compare Ancient Greek μαργαρίτης(margarítēs), Old Armenian մարգարիտ(margarit), Old Georgian მარგარიტი(margariṭi), მარგალიტი(margaliṭi), Abkhaz а-мыркы́лд(ā-mərḳə́ld), а-маркы́лд(ā-mārḳə́ld, mother-of-pearl), Jewish Babylonian Aramaic מרגניתא(margānīṯā), Classical Syriac ܡܪܓܢܝܬܐ(margānīṯā), ܡܪܓܢ(margān) (> Arabic مَرْجَان(marjān)), Iranian borrowings.

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Noun[edit]

Dari مروارید
Iranian Persian مروارید
Tajik марворид(marvorid)

مروارید ‎(marvârid, morvârid) ‎(plural مرواریدها(marvârid-hâ, morvârid-hâ))

  1. pearl, margarite

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Proper noun[edit]

مروارید ‎(Morvârid)

  1. A female given name, Morvarid

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