December 2, 2004
Kamal Marashi wrote: When someone suddenly disappears, we say, "jeem shod." Where
does "jeem" come
Moujan Nosrat wrote: The "JEEM" in jeem
shodan comes from "Jaaddeh".
the person has hit the road. I am sure about this as anyone
can be. I live in San Diego, but just now 5:00 pm Thursday evening
and I am willing to meet
with you with ample proof for my claim!
There were also these responses without proof or source:
"Jim" is the first letter of "Jonoun" (madness).
I think it was first used by Bohlul, who pretended to be crazy,
and in this way escape those who persecuted him.
From: Shahin Shoar
"Jeem" might stand for letter "jeem" in "Jastan" as
in "az daum jastan" meaning "faraar kardan", "dar
raftan", or " nejaat
From: F. Aziz
Jeem is the first letter of the word "Jen" in
Farsi. With expression "jen shod raft havaa" meaning
he/she disappeared. "Jim
shodam" is the abbreviation for
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