نجار

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the root ن ج ر ‎(n-j-r), to hew, to carve, to plane.

Noun[edit]

نَجَّار ‎(najjārm ‎(plural نَجَّارُون ‎(najjārūn))

  1. carpenter
  2. cabinetmaker
  3. joiner
Declension[edit]

Noun[edit]

نُجَار ‎(nujārm

  1. origin, descent, stock, root
Declension[edit]
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Etymology 2[edit]

Verb[edit]

نُجَارُّ ‎(nujārru) ‎(form III)

  1. first-person plural non-past active indicative of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  2. first-person plural non-past active indicative of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)
  3. first-person plural non-past passive indicative of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  4. first-person plural non-past passive indicative of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)

Verb[edit]

نُجَارَّ ‎(nujārra) ‎(form III)

  1. first-person plural non-past active subjunctive of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  2. first-person plural non-past active subjunctive of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)
  3. first-person plural non-past active jussive of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  4. first-person plural non-past active jussive of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)
  5. first-person plural non-past passive subjunctive of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  6. first-person plural non-past passive subjunctive of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)
  7. first-person plural non-past passive jussive of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  8. first-person plural non-past passive jussive of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)

Verb[edit]

نُجَارِّ ‎(nujārri) ‎(form III)

  1. first-person plural non-past active jussive of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  2. first-person plural non-past active jussive of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)
  3. first-person plural non-past passive jussive of جَارَّ ‎(jārra)
  4. first-person plural non-past passive jussive of جَارَرَ ‎(jārara)

Etymology 3[edit]

Verb[edit]

نُجَارُ ‎(nujāru) ‎(form IV)

  1. first-person plural non-past passive indicative of أَجَارَ ‎(ʾajāra)

Verb[edit]

نُجَارَ ‎(nujāra) ‎(form IV)

  1. first-person plural non-past passive subjunctive of أَجَارَ ‎(ʾajāra)

Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic نجار.

Noun[edit]

نجار ‎(najjâr)

  1. carpenter

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Urdu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian نجار, from Arabic نجار.

Noun[edit]

نجار ‎(najjārm

  1. carpenter

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