Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology, (griech.) etymología, (lat.) etymologia, (esper.) etimologio
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Ismus, Ismo, Isme, Ismo, Ism, (esper.) ismoj
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getwords.com - EwfAr
English Words from Arabic origins

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Erstellt: 2020-05

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Hazard (W3)

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n. Danger; vb. To risk or expose to danger.

This term evolved from the Arabic "al zahr", which means the dice. In Western Europe the term came to be associated with a number of games using dice, which were learned during the Crusades whilst in the Holy Land. The term eventually took on the connotation of danger because, from very early on, games using dice were associated with the risky business of gambling and con artists using corrupted dice.

Erstellt: 2021-12

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wikipedia.org
List of English words of Arabic origin

(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_Arabic_origin
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This is a list of English language words of Arabic language origin.

Am 02.09.2004 waren folgende Begriffe mit kurzen Hinweisen aufgeführt:


Erstellt: 2020-05

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zompist.com
English Words from Arabic

(E?)(L?) http://www.zompist.com/arabic.html
Einige der Arabismen findet man auch im Deutschen (in etwas anderer Schreibweise).

admiral | albacore | alchemy | alcohol | alcove | alembic | alfalfa | algebra | Algol | alkali | Allah | Almagest | almanac | amber | antimony | | Arab | arsenal | artichoke | assagai | assassin | attar | ayatollah | azimuth | azure | barbican | berdache | Betelgeuse | bint | bled | borax | burka | burnouse | caliber | calico | caliph | camise | camphor | candy | carat | caraway | carafe | carmine | carob | cassock | check | | chemistry | chess | cipher | civet | coffee | Copt | cork | couscous | crimson | Deneb | dhow | dinar | dirham | dragoman | drub | dura mater | efreet | | elixir | emir | fakir | fardel | Farsi | fatwa | fedayeen | felafel | fellah | felucca | Fomalhaut | garble | gazelle | genie | gerbil | ghoul | giraffe | hadith | haj | halal | halvah | hashish | hazard | hegira | henna | Hezbollah | hookah | houri | imam | Islam | jar | jasmine | jinn | julep | Kaaba | kabob | kaffir | keffiyeh | khamsin | kismet | kohl | lilac | lemon | lime | loofah | lute | macramé | magazine | Mahdi | majlis | mancala | marzipan | mask | mattress | minaret | monsoon | Mozarabic | muezzin | mufti | mujahedeen | mullah | mummy | Muslim | muslin | nadir | natron | nizam | orange | ottoman | pia mater | popinjay | Primum Mobile | racket | realgar | ream | rebec | Rigel | roc | rook | Rubaiyyat | | saffron | Sahara | sahib | salaam | saluki | Saracen | sash | satin | scarlet | sequin | Sharia | sheikh | sherbet | Shiite | shrub [drink] | sine | sirocco | souk | spinach | Sufi | sugar | sultan | sumac | Sunni | sura | syrup | tabbouleh | tabby | tahini | Taliban | talisman | tamarind | tambourine | tandoori | tarboosh | tare [weight] | tariff | tarragon | tell [mound] | ujamaa | ulema | Vega | vizier | wadi | Waqf | zenith | zero


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Erstellt: 2020-06