Wehr Wednesdays #175

A new word or phrase from the Hans Wehr dictionary, every Wednesday.

محاق maāq, muāq, miāq waning of the moon; moonlessness (of the nights toward the end of the month)

Root: م-ح-ق

Page: 1050*

Example: “يَتَحَسَّرُ على مَحاقِ لَياليهِ مُنذُ أنْ تَرَكَتهُ حَبيبَتُه”

Translation: “he bemoans the moonlessness of his nights since his loved one left him”


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* The Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 4th Edition

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