What is the word for jewelry in Arabic and Persian?
Arabic word for Jewellery
No. Farsi is the Arabic and Persian word for Persian. Arabic & Persian are not the same language, in fact, Persian is grammatically much closer to English than it is to Arabic. The confusion stems from the fact that Farsi is written in Arabic letters, but similarly Polish and Tagalog are written in Roman Letters (like English), but that says nothing as to the linguistic similarity of those languages.
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"Megan" is a Welsh version of the Greek name "Margarita", which was the word for a "pearl". The Greek word was in its turn derived from the Persian word for "light". An Arabic name meaning "pearl" is "Durrah". (Mohammed had a stepdaughter of this name.) Arabic names meaning "light" are "Nura" and "Dihya".
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The only word that starts and ends with the letter u is "Urdu". Urdu is an Indian language that is the official literary language of Pakistan. It is essentially identical to Hindi in its spoken form, but in its literary form is it heavily influences by Persian and Arabic and when written uses the Arabic Alphabet.