نوبت

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Ottoman Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Classical Persianنوبت(nawbat), from Arabicنَوْبَة(nawba).

Noun[edit]

نوبت (nevbet, nöbet)

  1. guard, patrol, the occupation of keeping watch
    Near-synonyms:باقمق(bakmak), ⁧حفظ(hifz), ⁧پاس(pas), ⁧قراغول(karağul), ⁧قوللق(kulluk), ⁧هركش(herküş), ⁧طلایه(tılaye), ⁧طبیعه(tebiʼe), ⁧محافظه(muhafaza)
  2. watchman, guard, patrol, man or mandem keeping watch
    Near-synonyms:یاساقجی(yasakçı), ⁧قواس(kavvas), ⁧بكجی(bekçi), ⁧پاسبان(pasban), ⁧خاصه‌عسكری(hasa-ʼaskeri), ⁧عساكرخاصه(ʼasakir-i-hasa)
  3. an orchestra or concert planned for a specific date or on a specific schedule
  4. shift, turn, rotational change in position or the practice of rotation itself
  5. a fit of fever, recurring symptom
  6. (rare) time as in three times and four times
    Synonyms:گز(gez), ⁧دفعه(defʾa), ⁧كره(kerre)

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Persian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabicنَوْبَة(nawba). Displaced native ⁧پستا(pastâ).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Readings
Classical reading? nawbat
Dari reading? nawbat
Iranian reading? nowbat
Tajik reading? navbat

Noun[edit]

Dari نوبت
Iranian Persian
Tajik навбат

نوبت (nowbat) (pluralنوبت‌ها(nowbat-hâ))

  1. turn
    نوبت شماست.
    Nowbat-e šomâst.
    It's your turn.
  2. shift
  3. round
  4. period
  5. intermittence

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Urdu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Classical Persianنوبت(nawbat), from Arabicنَوْبَة(nawba).

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Noun[edit]

نوبت (naubatf (Hindi spelling नौबत)

  1. condition, circumstances, period (favourable for something to happen); a chance
    ہماری جیت کی نوبت اب آ گئی ہے۔
    hamārī jīt kī naubat ab ā gaī hai.
    The conditions favourable for our victory have arrived.
  2. (music) instruments played at auspicious times