You are here: BP HOME > ARAB > Etymological Dictionary of Arabic > record
Etymological Dictionary of Arabic

Choose languages

Choose images, etc.

Choose languages
Choose display
    Enter number of multiples in view:
  • Enable images
  • Enable footnotes
    • Show all footnotes
    • Minimize footnotes
Search-help
Choose specific texts..
Click to Expand/Collapse OptionEtymArab
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionbāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optiontāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionṯāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionǧīm
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionḥāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionḫāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optiondāl
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionḏāl
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionrāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionzāy
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionsīn
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionšīn
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionṣād
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionḍād
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionṭāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionẓāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionʕayn
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionġayn
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionfāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionqāf
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionkāf
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionlām
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionmīm
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionnūn
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionhāʔ
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionwāw
Click to Expand/Collapse Optionyāʔ
barnāmaǧ بَرْنامَج , pl. barāmiǧᵘ
ID 075 • Sw – • BP 161 • APD ... • Aut SG
BRMǦ, BRNMǦ
n.
program, plan, schedule; roster, list, index; curriculum – WehrCowan1979.
The word is one out of a plentitude ‎of loans from mPers which testifies to the intense interaction between Arab and Iranian ‎culture during the first centuries of the Muslim expansion. Arabic was then »invigorated by new ‎elements of ideas and images, stimulated with fresh conceptions of excellence and eloquence, and ‎enriched [...] with a new vocabulary. Persian, in particular, was responsible for the introduction of ‎new terms in the fields of luxury, ornaments, handicrafts, fine arts, government administration, ‎and public registers.«1 . ‎‎''barnāmaǧ'’ is one out of the significant number of administrative terms that found their way into ‎Arabic.
1. Khalafallah, “ʕArabiyya: Early Middle Arabic", in: EI² .
...
▪ ...
▪ ...
EALL (Asbaghi, “Persian Loanwords”): a loan from mPers bārnāmak ‎‎'[?]’.
...
http://www2.hf.uio.no/common/apps/permlink/permlink.php?app=polyglotta&context=record&uid=095622f4-1a6e-11e6-98cc-0050569f23b2
Go to Wiki Documentation
Enhet: Det humanistiske fakultet   Utviklet av: IT-seksjonen ved HF
Login