أهل

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Etymology 1[edit]

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Noun[edit]

أَهْل (ʾahlm (plural أَهَالٍ (ʾahālin), plural construct state أَهَالِي (ʾahālī))

  1. family, relatives, folks; kin, kinfolk
  2. wife
  3. people, members, followers, adherents, possessors (of) (with following genitive)
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Verb[edit]

أَهَلَ (ʾahala) I, non-past يَأْهِلُ or يَأْهُلُ‎ (yaʾhilu or yaʾhulu)

  1. to get married
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أَهِلَ or أَهَلَ (ʾahala or ʾahila) I, non-past يَأْهَلُ‎ (yaʾhalu)

  1. to be on familiar terms (بِ (bi) with)
  2. to become accustomed to (transitive, a place)
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أَهَلَ (ʾahala) I, non-past يَأْهُلُ‎ (yaʾhulu)
أُهِلَ (ʾuhila) I, non-past يُؤْهَلُ‎ (yuʾhalu) (passive)

  1. to be inhabited, be populated
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Adjective[edit]

أَهْل (ʾahl)

  1. deserving, worthy
  2. fit, suited, qualified, eligible, competent
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Noun[edit]

أَهَل (ʾahalm

  1. verbal noun of أَهِلَ (ʾahila) (form I)
  2. verbal noun of أَهَلَ (ʾahala) (form I)