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bunduqiyyaẗ بُنْدُقيّة , pl. banādiqᵘ
ID ... • Sw – • BP – • APD ... • Aut SG
BNDQ
¹n.f.; ²n.prop.loc.
1 rifle, gun. – 2 al-~ Venice – WehrCowan1979.
▪ [v1] is based on →bunduq , meaning ‘hazelnut’ and (because of the form) also ‘bullet’.
▪ [v2] Directly from Grk pontikós and, thus, ‘(town of) the Pontos people’, or based on →bunduq ‘hazelnut’ or bunduqiyyaẗ ‘rifle, gun’ and thus ‘(town of) those who deal with hazelnuts, or rifles’? Rolland2014 suggests ‘(town of) the people who, like the hazelnuts, were believed to stem from the Pontus region’.
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▪ See →bunduq .
▪ For [v1], cf. →bunduq .
▪ [v2] : Rolland2014: »Les Vénitiens étaient, commes les noisettes, supposés être originaires du Pont-Euxin.«
[v1]
bunduqiyyaẗ rašš , n., shotgun.
bunduqiyyaẗ hawāʔiyyaẗ , n., airgun.

[v2]
bunduqī, Venetian sequin: nsb-adj from (al-) Bunduqiyyaẗ ‘Venice’.
bunduqānī, pl. ‑ūn , banādiqaẗ , n., a Venitian: extended nsb-adj, from (al-) Bunduqiyyaẗ ‘Venice’ + ‑ān suff.loc.<

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