Arabic vs Equity - What's the difference?

arabic | equity |


As an adjective arabic

is related to the.

As a proper noun arabic

is a major semitic language originating from the arabian peninsula, and now spoken natively (in various spoken dialects, all sharing a single highly conservative standardized literary form) throughout large sections of the middle east and north africa.

As a noun equity is

value of some business.

arabic

English

(wikipedia Arabic)

Alternative forms

* Arabick (obsolete)

Adjective

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  • Related to the .
  • *
  • One day my UN students asked me, "Which is the Arabic' country where the best Arabic is spoken?" I quickly replied, "Bosnia." They exclaimed, "But Bosnia is not an ' Arab country!"
  • Of, from, or pertaining to Arab countries or cultural behaviour (see also Arab as an adjective).
  • *
  • White chalk on the fascia board above the Arabic-food stall reads "Lebanon''" and "''Lebs rule ".

    Usage notes

    * The adjective (term) is commonly used in reference to language, and in traditional phrases such as (Arabic numeral) or (gum arabic). Its use is controversial and often deprecated in reference to people or countries, where the adjective (Arab) is preferred.

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • A major Semitic language originating from the Arabian peninsula, and now spoken natively (in various spoken dialects, all sharing a single highly conservative standardized literary form) throughout large sections of the Middle East and North Africa.
  • The Aramaic-derived alphabet used to write the Arabic, Persian, Pashto, Urdu, and Uyghur languages, among others.
  • Derived terms

    * Arabic numeral * Arabic script * Arabic scale * Hispano-Arabic * Mozarabic

    See also

    (wikibooks Arabic) * (ar) * Language list * * (Arabic language) * * Arab * Arabian

    equity

    English

    (wikipedia equity)

    Alternative forms

    * (archaic)

    Noun

  • value of some business.
  • * {{quote-magazine, date=2013-06-22, volume=407, issue=8841, page=70, magazine=(The Economist)
  • , title= Engineers of a different kind , passage=Private-equity nabobs bristle at being dubbed mere financiers. Piling debt onto companies’ balance-sheets is only a small part of what leveraged buy-outs are about, they insist. Improving the workings of the businesses they take over is just as core to their calling, if not more so. Much of their pleading is public-relations bluster.}}
  • (legal) A legal that deals with remedies other than (l) relief, such as injunctions, divorces and similar actions.
  • * Macaulay
  • Equity had been gradually shaping itself into a refined science which no human faculties could master without long and intense application.
  • (legal) of property minus liens or other (l).
  • (legal) An equitable claim; an equity of redemption.
  • an equity''' to a settlement, or wife's '''equity , etc.
  • * Kent
  • I consider the wife's equity to be too well settled to be shaken.
  • (accounting) Ownership interest in a company as determined by subtracting liabilities from (l).
  • Justice, impartiality or fairness.
  • * Tillotson
  • Christianity secures both the private interests of men and the public peace, enforcing all justice and equity .

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