חד

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Aramaic[edit]

Aramaic cardinal numbers
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    Cardinal : חד (ḥad)

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *ʾaḥad-.

Numeral[edit]

חד (ḥadm (f חדא‎)

  1. one (1)

Hebrew[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Aramaic חד‎ above, which is cognate with Hebrew אֶחָד(eẖád, one).

Prefix[edit]

חַד (ẖad-)

  1. Single-, one-, uni-, mono-.
    משמעות(mashma'út, meaning)חד משמעי(ẖad-mashma'í, unambiguous)
    הורה(horé, parent)חד הורי(ẖad-horí, single-parent)
    פעם(pá'am, time, instance)חד פעמי(ẖad-p'amí, one-time, single-use, disposable)
    צד(tzad, side)חד צדדי(ẖad-tzdadí, one-sided, unilateral)
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Etymology 2[edit]

Compare Arabic حاد(ḥādd, sharp).

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Adjective[edit]

חַד (ḥad) (feminine חַדָּה‎, masculine plural חַדִּים‎, feminine plural חַדּוֹת‎) [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. sharp
  2. clear, exact
    הוא היה חד בדבריו.‎‎ ― hu haya ḥad b'd'varáv.He was clear in his words.
  3. strong, sharp, piercing, acute
    כאב חד‎‎ ― ke'év ḥadA piercing pain
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Etymology 3[edit]

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Verb[edit]

חָד (ḥad) (pa'al construction)

  1. to pose a riddle, to quiz
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