حرام

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Arabic[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From the root ح ر م ‎(ḥ-r-m).

Adjective[edit]

حَرَام ‎(ḥarām) ‎(masculine plural حُرُم ‎(ḥurum))

  1. forbidden, interdicted, unlawful
    اِبْنِ حَرَام ‎(ibni ḥarām, illegitimate son, bastard)
  2. inviolable, taboo
  3. sacred, sacrosanct
  4. cursed, accursed
  5. (Islam) haram
Declension[edit]

Noun[edit]

حَرَام ‎(ḥarāmm ‎(plural حُرُم ‎(ḥurum))

  1. verbal noun of حَرِمَ ‎(ḥarima) (form I)
  2. verbal noun of حَرُمَ ‎(ḥaruma) (form I)
  3. something forbidden, offense, sin
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Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

حِرَام ‎(ḥirāmm ‎(plural حِرَامَات ‎(ḥirāmāt) or أَحْرِمَة ‎(ʾaḥrima))

  1. woolen blanket (worn as a garment)
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Persian[edit]

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Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic حرام.

Adjective[edit]

حرام ‎(harâm)

  1. (Islam) haram
  2. forbidden
  3. illegitimate
  4. unmerciful
  5. analogous to saying "poor thing" as an expression of compassion towards the suffering

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