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dželat

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Bosnian

Etymology

From Turkish cellat < Persian جلاد < Arabic جلاد < verbal root جلد, to flagellate, to whip.

Noun

dželat m (plural dželati)

  1. hangman
  2. executioner
  3. (figuratively) oppressor

Croatian

Etymology

From Turkish cellat < Persian جلاد < Arabic جلاد < verbal root جلد, to flagellate, to whip.

Noun

dželat m (plural dželati)

  1. hangman
  2. executioner
  3. (figuratively) oppressor

Serbian

Etymology

From Turkish cellat < Persian جلاد < Arabic جلاد < verbal root جلد, to flagellate, to whip.

Noun

dželat m. () ()

  1. hangman
  2. executioner
  3. (figuratively) oppressor

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