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ṯaquf‑ u (ṯaqāfaẗ ), and ṯaqifa , a (ṯaqaf , ṯaqf )
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ṮQF
vb., I
to be skillful, smart, clever – WehrCowan1979.
▪ Probably denominative from the adj., now obsolete, ṯaq(i)f ‘skilled, skillful; light, active, quick, sharp; intelligent, sagacious’ (Lane1863).
▪ Cf. also →ṮQF .
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ṯaqqafa, vb. II, 1a to make straight, straighten; 1b to correct, set right, straighten out. – 2 to train, form, teach, educate: D-stem, caus. (and fig. use) – For other values cf. →ṯaqifa .
ṯāqafa, vb. III, to fence: L-stem, applic.
taṯaqqafa, vb. V, to be trained, be educated: tD-stemm, pass. of II (v2).

BP#519ṯaqāfaẗ, n.f., culture, refinement; education; (pl. ‑āt ) culture, civilization: vn. I.
BP#629ṯaqāfī, adj., educational; intellectual; cultural: nsb-adj. of preceding. | mulḥaq ṯ. , n., cultural attaché.
taṯqīf, n., cultivation of the mind; training, education; instruction: vn. II.
muṯāqafaẗ, n.f., fencing, art or sport of fencing, swordplay, swordsmanship: vn. III.
taṯaqquf, n., culturedness, culture, refinement, education: vn V.
BP#1973muṯaqqaf, n., educated; trained; cultured: PP II.

For other items of ṮQF cf. →ṯaqifa ‘to find, meet’.

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