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Agem – un termen prezent în dicţionarele persane

Publication: Studii și cercetări lingvistice, LXII (1), p. 105-111
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Abstract:Agem is an old word in our language. It has a Turkish origin and it firstly appeared in a document in 1681. Its meanings were analyzed by B. P. Hasdeu, L. Şăineanu, H. Tiktin, S. Puşcariu and other linguists in their dictionaries. Arabic lent Persian language this word and it is used when speaking about a non-Arabic population or country. It means: “Iranian, Persian” (the most frequent sense); “a population of Iranian origin” and even “European people”. In Persian language it has been used since 1000 AD. From this language, agem entered other Iranian languages.
Language: Romanian

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