حسن

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From the root ح س ن (ḥ-s-n).

Verb[edit]

حَسُنَ (ḥasuna) I, non-past يَحْسُنُ‎ (yaḥsunu)

  1. to be good
  2. to become good
  3. to be beautiful
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Etymology 2[edit]

Causative form II verb derived from the form I verb حَسُنَ (ḥasuna, to be good).

Verb[edit]

حَسَّنَ (ḥassana) II, non-past يُحَسِّنُ‎ (yuḥassinu)

  1. to improve, to ameliorate, to better, to polish, to embellish
  2. to perfect
  3. to prettify, to beautify, to adorn, to make attractive
  4. to bedeck, to ornament, to decorate, to deck out, to garnish
  5. to apply cosmetics, to put on makeup
  6. to amend
  7. to fake
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Etymology 3[edit]

From the root ح س ن (ḥ-s-n).

Noun[edit]

حُسْن (ḥusnm

  1. verbal noun of حَسُنَ (ḥasuna) (form I)
  2. goodness
  3. prettiness, beauty, loveliness, shapeliness, comeliness, gorgeousness, pulchritude
  4. handsomeness
  5. charm, charms, glamor
  6. glory
  7. nicety, fineness, grace, gracefulness, foppery
  8. fineness, efficiency, efficacy
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Etymology 4[edit]

From the root ح س ن (ḥ-s-n).

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Adjective[edit]

حَسَن (ḥasan) (feminine حَسَنَة (ḥasana), masculine plural حِسَان (ḥisān), elative أَحْسَن (ʾaḥsan))

  1. good, fine, well
  2. agreeable, pleasant, nice, well-favored
  3. pretty, beautiful, lovely, comely, sightly, shapely, gorgeous, fair
  4. handsome, good-looking, magnificent
  5. well-turned
  6. radiant, glad, charming
  7. graceful, fine, dainty
  8. okay, all right
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Proper noun[edit]

حَسَن (ḥasanm

  1. A male given name; Hassan
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Persian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Arabic حُسْن (ḥusn).

Noun[edit]

حسن (hosn)

  1. goodness
  2. beauty

Etymology 2[edit]

From Arabic حَسَن (ḥasan).

Proper noun[edit]

حسن (hasan)

  1. Hasan bin Ali
  2. A male given name, Hasan, Hassan
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