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bunduq بُنْدُق , var. funduq , n.un. ‑aẗ , pl. banādiqᵘ
ID ... • Sw – • BP – • APD ... • Aut SG
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1 hazelnut(s), filberts; hazel, hazel tree; -aẗ , n.f., hazelnut, filbert. – 2 bullet – WehrCowan1979.
▪ From Grk pontikón (kárion ) ‘Black Sea (nut), hazelnut’ (based on Grk póntos ‘sea’).
▪ [v2] Bullets were called bunduq because they looked like hazelnuts.1
▪ From bunduqaẗ ‘bullet’ was coined ‘the weapon with which to shoot bullets’, bunduqiyyaẗ .
▪ For ‘Venice’ cf. (al-)Bunduqiyyaẗ
1. Rolland2014: »Les balles auraient été appelés ‘noisettes’ par analogie (cf. Fr pruneaux ).«
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DRS 2 (1994)#BNDQ: Syr būndᵉqā ‘boule’, Ar bunduq ‘noisette; balle de fusil’, bunduqiyyaẗ ‘arquebuse, fusil’, Soq bindūq , Mhr bəndúq , mindúq , Śḥr bendīq , endiq .
▪ DRS 2 (1994)#BNDQ: From Grk pontikón (káryion ) ‘Black Sea (nut), hazelnut’ (based on Grk póntos ‘sea’), Phlv pondik . Syr < Ar (Brockelmann).
▪ The variant funduq is not to be confused with the homonymous word for ‘caravanserai, hostel; hotel’, cf. →funduq .
▪ Tu fındık : <1410 (Ḫıżır Paşa, Münteḫab-ı Şifā ) fınduk : from Ar bunduq / funduq .
▪ Span albóndiga ‘meatball’: from Ar al-bunduqaẗ ‘the hazelnut’ (because of the ‘bullet’ form).
bunduqiyyaẗ, pl. banādiqᵘ , n., rifle, gun | ~ rašš , n., shotgun; ~ hawāʔiyyaẗ , n., airgun.
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