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Arabic

Etymology

From the root ? ? ?(j-z-r). Cognate with Classical Syriac (g?zart?').

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /da.zi:.ra/
  • (file)

Noun

o (jaz?raf (plural (jazir) or (juzur))

  1. island
  2. peninsula
  3. area, region, territory, section, district; any separated location, especially one delimited by natural boundaries

Declension

Derived terms

  • (al-jazir)
  • (al-jazir al-lid?t)
  • (al-jaz?ra)
  • (jaz?rat al-?am?n)
  • (jaz?rat al-?a?r)
  • (jaz?rat al-?arab)
  • (?ibh jaz?ra)

Related terms

  • (jazariyy)
  • (jaziriyy)
  • (jaz?ara)

Descendants

  • Maltese: g?ira, ira
  • Portuguese: lezíria
  • -> Persian: (jazire)
    • -> Hindustani:
      Hindi: (jaz?r?)
      Urdu: (jaz?r?)
  • -> Ottoman Turkish: (cezîre)
  • -> Indonesian: jazirah

Hijazi Arabic

Etymology

From Arabic (jaz?ra).

Pronunciation

Noun

o (jaz?raf (plural (juzur))

  1. island
  2. isle

Derived terms

  • (?ibh jaz?ra, "peninsula")

South Levantine Arabic

Etymology

From Arabic (jaz?ra).

Noun

o (jaz?ref (plural (juzor) or (jazer))

  1. island

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