fajar

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Indonesian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Malay fajar, from Classical Malay fajar, from Arabic فَجْر(fajr).

Noun[edit]

fajar (plural, first-person possessive fajarku, second-person possessive fajarmu, third-person possessive fajarnya)

  1. The morning twilight period immediately before sunrise; dawn.
  2. The morning twilight immediately before sunrise; daybreak.

Malay[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic فَجْر(fajr).

Noun[edit]

fajar (Jawi spelling فجر‎, plural fajar-fajar, informal 1st possessive fajarku, impolite 2nd possessive fajarmu, 3rd possessive fajarnya)

  1. dawn

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Aragonese faxar, itself from Late Latin fasciāre, present active infinitive of fasciō, from Latin fascia.

Verb[edit]

fajar (first-person singular present fajo, first-person singular preterite fajé, past participle fajado)

  1. to wrap
    Synonym: envolver
  2. (Latin America) to smack, thwack, pummel (hit)
  3. (reflexive, Canary Islands) to fight

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Wolof[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic فَجْر(fajr).

Noun[edit]

fajar (definite form fajar ji)

  1. dawn
  2. (Islam) fajr (dawn prayer)