ملک

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Pashto[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic مَلِك ‎(malik, king). From Proto-Semitic *malk-. Cognate to Hebrew מֶלֶךְ ‎(mélekh, king) and מָלַךְ ‎(malákh, to rule), and Aramaic מַלְכָּא ‎(malkā, king) and מְלַךְ ‎(m'laḵ, to rule).

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Noun[edit]

ملک ‎(malikm ‎(plural ملکان ‎(malikân))

  1. king
  2. proprietor, owner

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Reference[edit]

  1. ملک in Major H. G. Raverty (1867), A dictionary of the Puk'hto, Pus'hto, or language of the Afghans: with remarks on the originality of the language, and its affinity to other oriental tongues, London: Williams & Nortgate

Related words[edit]

  • مالکه ‎(mâlika, feminine of ملک)

Persian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Arabic مَلَك ‎(malak, angel).

Noun[edit]

ملک ‎(malak) ‎(plural ملائک ‎(malâ'ek))

  1. angel
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Arabic مَلِك ‎(malik, king).

Noun[edit]

ملک ‎(malek) ‎(plural ملوک ‎(moluk))

  1. king
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Etymology 3[edit]

From Arabic مِلْك ‎(milk, property, estate).

Noun[edit]

ملک ‎(melk) ‎(plural املاک ‎(amlâk))

  1. estate
  2. property
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Etymology 4[edit]

From Arabic مُلْك ‎(mulk, kingship, royalty, monarchy).

Noun[edit]

ملک ‎(molk)

  1. kingship
  2. kingdom
  3. dominion
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Urdu[edit]

Noun[edit]

ملک ‎(mulkm ‎(Hindi spelling मुल्क)

  1. country

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