حرم

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

ح ر م (ḥ-r-m)

Verb[edit]

حَرُمَ (ḥaruma) I, non-past يَحْرُمُ‎ (yaḥrumu)
حَرِمَ (ḥarima) I, non-past يَحْرَمُ‎ (yaḥramu)

  1. to be forbidden, to be prohibited, to be interdicted, to be unlawful
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Verb[edit]

حَرَمَ (ḥarama) I, non-past يَحْرِمُ‎ (yaḥrimu)

  1. to deprive, to dispossess, to divest, to bereave, to withhold, to withdraw, to deny, to refuse
  2. to exclude, to preclude
  3. to excommunicate
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حَرَّمَ (ḥarrama) II, non-past يُحَرِّمُ‎ (yuḥarrimu)

  1. to declare sacred, to declare sacrosanct, to declare inviolable, to declare taboo
  2. to declare unlawful, to forbid, to interdict, to proscribe
  3. to immunize
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Noun[edit]

حِرْم (ḥirmm

  1. (Christianity) excommunication

Noun[edit]

حَرَم (ḥaramm (plural أَحْرَام (ʾaḥrām))

  1. sacred object, sacred possession
  2. wife
  3. sanctum, sanctuary, sacred precinct
    اَلْحَرَمَان (al-ḥaramān) — the two Holy Places (Mecca and Medina)
    ثَالِث اَلحَرْمَيْن (ṯāliṯ al-ḥarmayn) — the third Holy Place (Jerusalem)

Noun[edit]

حُرُم (ḥurumpl

  1. plural form of حَرِيم (ḥarīm)

Adjective[edit]

حَرَم (ḥaram) (masculine plural أَحْرَام (ʾaḥrām))

  1. forbidden, prohibited, interdicted
  2. taboo
  3. holy, sacred, sacrosanct

Adjective[edit]

حُرُم (ḥurumm pl

  1. masculine plural form of حَرَام (ḥarām)

Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

حُرُم (ḥurumpl

  1. plural form of حَرَام (ḥarām)

Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic

Noun[edit]

حرم (haram)

  1. sanctuary
  2. temple

Urdu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian حرم, from Arabic

Adjective[edit]

حرم (ħaram)

  1. forbidden
  2. sacred

Noun[edit]

حرم (ħaram?

  1. sanctuary
  2. temple
  3. harem, seraglio