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Arabic

(taktubu imra?atun kit?batan)

Etymology 1

From the root ? ? ?(k-t-b). Compare to Hebrew (katáv, ka?).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ka.ta.ba/
  • (file)

Verb

o (kataba) I, non-past ‎? (yaktubu)

  1. to write, to pen, to write down, to inscribe, to enter, to record, to register
  2. to compose, to draw up, to draft
  3. to bequeath
  4. to prescribe
  5. to foreordain, to destine
Conjugation

Noun

o (katbm

  1. verbal noun of (kataba)
Declension

Etymology 2

Form-II causative of (kataba, "to write").

Pronunciation

Verb

? o (kattaba) II, non-past ‎? (yukattibu)

  1. (transitive, causative) to cause to write, to make someone write
  2. to deploy in squadrons
Conjugation

Etymology 3

Inflected form.

Pronunciation

Noun

o (kutubm pl

  1. plural of (kit?b)

Etymology 4

Pronunciation

Noun

o (kit?bm (plural (kutub))

  1. Classical Arabic spelling of (kit?b)
Declension

References

  • Wehr, Hans (1979), "", in J. Milton Cowan, editor, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 4th edition, Ithaca, NY: Spoken Language Services, ->ISBN

Related terms

  • ?(iktit?b)
  • (istikt?b)
  • (k?tib)
  • (k?tiba)
  • (kit?b)
  • (kit?ba)
  • (kit?biyy)
  • (kutayyib)
  • ?(kutayyiba)
  • (muk?tib)
  • ?(maktab)
  • (maktaba)
  • (muktatib)
  • (makt?b)

Egyptian Arabic

Etymology

From the root ? ? ?(k-t-b).

Verb

o (kátab) (perfect, imperfect ?(yíktib), Verb form I)

  1. to write

Conjugation


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