हाट

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Ahirani[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭm

  1. weekly market
  2. (figuratively) week

Further reading[edit]

  • डॉ॰ रमेश सीताराम सूर्यवंशी [Dr Ramesh Sitaram Suryawanshi] (1997), “हाट”, in आहिराणी शब्दकोश (आहिराणी - मराठी) [Ahirani Dictionary (Ahirani - Marathi)] (in Marathi), पुणे [Pune]: अक्षय प्रकाशन [Akshaya Prakashan], →ISBN, page 298, column 1; republished कन्नड तालुका, औरंगाबाद जिल्हा [Kannad Taluka, Aurangabad District]: अभ्यासिका प्रकाशन [Abhyasika Prakashan], 2013.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “haṭṭa”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, page 806

Bundeli[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old Hindi हाट (hāṭa), from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭf

  1. a marketplace, bazaar

Further reading[edit]

  • डॉ॰ सरोज गुप्ता [Dr. Saroj Gupta] (2016), “हाट”, in प्रामाणिक वृहद बुन्देली शब्द कोश [Authoritative and Extensive Bundeli Dictionary] (in Hindi), ७२१—७२२, इन्दिरा भवन, लखनऊ (उ॰प्र॰) [721—722, Indira Bhavan, Lucknow (U.P.)]: उत्तर प्रदेश भाषा संस्थान [Uttar Pradesh Bhasha Sansthan], page 395, column 1.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “haṭṭa”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, page 806

Chhattisgarhi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭ)

  1. a marketplace, bazaar

Further reading[edit]

  • डॉ॰ गीतेश अमरोहित [Dr Gitesh Amrohit] (2015), “हाट”, in मानक छत्तीसगढ़ी शब्दकोश [Standard Chhattisgarhi Dictionary] (in Hindi), अमीनपारा चौक, पुरानी बस्ती, रायपुर [Aminpara Chowk, Purani Basti, Raipur]: वैभव प्रकाशन [Vaibhav Prakashan], →ISBN, page 291.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “haṭṭa”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, page 806

Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old Hindi हाट (hāṭa), from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /ɦɑːʈ/, [ɦäːʈ]
  • Hyphenation: हाट
  • Rhymes: -ɑːʈ

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭf or m (Urdu spelling ہَاٹ‎)

  1. market, marketplace, bazaar
    दिल्ली हाटdillī hāṭDilli Haat (a famous market in Delhi)
    Synonym: बाज़ार (bāzār)
    • 2021, Narendra Modi; Kishor Makwana (editor), सामाजिक समरसता [Social harmony][1], New Delhi: Prabhat Prakashan, →ISBN, page 191, →ISBN:
      मान लो, दीपावली आने वाली हो और दीपावली से पंद्रह दिन पहले भाँति-भाँति के दीये का हाट लगा हो, कई प्रकार की मोमबत्तियों का हाट लगा हो या दीपावली पहले हाथ से तैयार किए गए दीपावली कार्ड का बाजार लगा हो तो निश्चित रूप से खरीदनेवाले और बेचनेवाले दोनों को ही लाभ होगा।
      mān lo, dīpāvalī āne vālī ho aur dīpāvalī se pandrah din pahle bhā̃ti-bhā̃ti ke dīye kā hāṭ lagā ho, kaī prakār kī mombattiyõ kā hāṭ lagā ho yā dīpāvalī pahle hāth se taiyār kie gae dīpāvalī kārḍ kā bājār lagā ho to niścit rūp se kharīdnevāle aur becnevāle donõ ko hī lābh hogā.
      Suppose, Diwali is about to come and fifteen days before Diwali, there is a bazaar of different types of diyas, there is a bazaar of many types of candles, or there is a bazaar of handmade Diwali cards made before Diwali, then both the buyer and seller will get profit.
    • 2006, Ramgopal Sharma ‘Dinesh’, यही है रास्ता [This is only the way], New Delhi: Vani Prakashan, →ISBN, OCLC 1130267340, page 25, →ISBN:
      क्यों डरे, उसकी बन्दूक ज़िन्दगी बेचती फिरती है…वह मौत को मुट्ठी में बाँधकर ज़िन्दगी की हाटें लूटता बढ़ा चला जा रहा है…उसके साथ उसी जैसे अनेक बन्दूकधारी बढ़े चले जा रहे थे।
      kyõ ḍare, uskī bandūk zindagī bectī phirtī hai…vah maut ko muṭṭhī mẽ bāndhkar zindagī kī hāṭẽ lūṭtā baṛhā calā jā rahā hai…uske sāth usī jaise anek bandūkdhārī baṛhe cale jā rahe the.
      Why should he be afraid, his gun keeps going about killing people [lit. selling lives]…Imprisoning death is his fist, he is advancing, looting the bazaars of life…Along with him, many gunmen are advancing.

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Malvi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ɦɑʈ/
  • Hyphenation: हाट
  • Rhymes: -ɑʈ

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭf

  1. a marketplace, bazaar

Further reading[edit]

  • हाट”, in Malvi Dictionary, SIL International, 2017
  • डॉ॰ भगवतीलाल राजपुरोहित [Bhagwatilal Rajpurohit]; डॉ॰ प्रह्लाद चन्द्र जोशी [Prahlad Chandra Joshi] (2010), “हाट”, in मालवी - हिन्दी शब्दकोश [Malvi - Hindi Dictionary] (in Hindi), शिवाजी नगर, भोपाल [Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal]: माध्यमिक शिक्षा मण्डल परिसर [Madhyamik Shiksha Mandal Parisar], →ISBN, हा, page 382, column 2.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “haṭṭa”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, page 806

Nimadi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭm

  1. market

References[edit]

  • Kanhaiyalal Lekhwani (1979), “haṭ”, in Descriptive Analysis of Nimadi, Yerawada, Poona 411 006. Maharashtra, India: Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, page 425.

Old Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair). Cognate with Old Punjabi ਹਟੁ (haṭu), Old Marathi 𑘮𑘰𑘘 (hāṭa).

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭa)

  1. market, marketplace
    • c. 1420, Kabīr, Kabīr Vāṇī 288.1:
      यहु संसार हाट करि जांनौ
      सब को बनिजन आया
      yahu sãsāra hāṭa kari jā̃nau͠
      saba ko banijana āyā
      I know this world to be a marketplace:
      everybody has come to do business

Descendants[edit]

  • Braj: हाट (hāṭ)
  • Bundeli: हाट (hāṭ)
  • Hindustani: hāṭ
    Hindi: हाट
    Urdu: ہَاٹ

Further reading[edit]

  • Winand M. Callewaert; Swapna Sharma (2009) Dictionary of Bhakti, Ramesh Nagar Metro Station, New Delhi 110 015: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., →ISBN, page 2186, column 1.
  • Jaroslav Strnad (2013) Morphology and Syntax of Old Hindī : Edition and Analysis of One Hundred Kabīr Vānī Poems From Rājasthān (Brill's Indological Library; 45), Leiden, OCLC 853683653, page 571
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “haṭṭa”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, page 806

Old Marathi[edit]

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭam

  1. Devanagari script form of 𑘮𑘰𑘘

Varhadi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old Marathi 𑘮𑘰𑘘 (hāṭa), from Prakrit 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝 m (haṭṭa), 𑀳𑀝𑁆𑀝𑀻 f (haṭṭī), from Sanskrit हट्ट m (haṭṭa, market; fair), हट्टी f (haṭṭī, small market or fair).

Noun[edit]

हाट (hāṭm

  1. a marketplace, bazaar

Further reading[edit]

  • विठ्ठल वाघ [Vitthal Wagh]; रावसाहेब काळे [Raosaheb Kale] (2021), “हाट”, in वऱ्हाडी शब्दकोश [Varhadi Dictionary] (in Marathi), volume 2, एल्फिन्स्टन तांत्रिक विद्यालय इमारत, ३, महापालिका मार्ग, धोबीतलाव, मुंबई ४०० ००१ [Elphinstone Tantrik Vidyalaya Building, 3, Mahapalika Marg, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai 400 001]: राज्य मराठी विकास संस्था [Rajya Marathi Vikas Sanstha], →ISBN, page 267, column 2.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “haṭṭa”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, page 806