مطرقة

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Tool noun from the verb طَرَقَ(ṭaraqa, to hammer, to knock). Alternatively, according to Fraenkel, borrowed from Aramaic מטרקא(mṭrqʾ), with طَرَقَ(ṭaraqa) being a denominative verb. In any case, related with the Aramaic word. See it for more.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

مِطْرَقَة (miṭraqaf (plural مَطَارِق(maṭāriq) or مِطْرَقَات(miṭraqāt))

  1. hammer
  2. sledgehammer
  3. mallet, bat, racket, stick for beating wool, tanner's beater
  4. fighting club
  5. rapier

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Hijazi Arabic[edit]

مِطْرَقة

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic مِطْرَقَة(miṭraqa).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

مِطْرَقَة (miṭragaf (plural مَطَارِق‎ ‎(maṭārig) or مِطْرَقَات‎ ‎(miṭragāt))

  1. mallet
  2. sledgehammer

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