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Q. 1عَرْبَنَهُ

He gave him what is termed an عَرَبُون or عُرْبُون &c. [i. e. an earnest, or earnestmoney]. (Ṣ, TA: mentioned as a quadriliteralradical word, and also in art. عرب, q. v.)

عُرْبَانٌ

and عُرُبَّانٌ: see art. عرب.

عَرَبُونٌ

and عَُرْبُونٌ: see art. عرب.