An example of a bazaar is a Middle Eastern market outside with many booths selling different items.
Origin of bazaar
- Italian bazarro and Urdu bāzār both from Persian bāzār wes-3 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Italian bazarra, from Persian بازار (bâzâr, “market”), from Middle Persian wʾčʾl (wāzār), from earlier wāčār (compare Old Armenian վաճառ (vačaṙ)), from Old Persian [script?] (vahā-čarana, “market-walkabout”), compound of Proto-Indo-European *wesā- (“to buy”) and *kʷéle/o (“to turn”). More at vend and wheel.