Models of Arabized and entered of the Persian Pahlavi and contemporary


  • عبدالله محمد احمد Associate Professor at the University of Khartoum



Arabized, Alternator, Pahlavi, Contemporary, Persian Language.


There is no doubt that the main function of language is communication. Perhaps communication between Arab and Persia was at the time of Tayy tribe which was famous in the Arab Island. Still Persians call every Arabic word Tazi which means Tayyi. This study is concerned with Arabized and entered Persian words, and analyzes the examples of each of them in the light of what mentioned by linguists and lexicographers who returned many of these words to their Persian roots in Pahlavi language that was prevalent in the era before Islam and early Islam. This study analyzes and compares these examples by referring to the comprehensive Persian dictionary; i. e., “Dehkhoda Dictionary”. Persian language influenced more on Arabic language and it was confined that the most Arabized words from Persian were in the fields of drinking wines, foods, clothes, plants, music, perfumes, etc. Persians owned a grand civilization and they cared about foods, drinks and clothing. This research aimed at interpreting these words in the light of Pahlavi and contemporary Persian languages to realize these varieties in these two languages.



How to Cite

محمد احمد ع. (2017). Models of Arabized and entered of the Persian Pahlavi and contemporary. LANGUAGE ART, 2(1), 95–110.

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