حكيم

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See also: حكیم and حکیم

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Etymology[edit]

Adjective from the root ح ك م (ḥ-k-m). Compare Hebrew חָכָם (khakhám, ḥāḵām), Aramaic חַכִּים (ḥakkīm).

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Adjective[edit]

حَكِيم (ḥakīm) (feminine حَكِيمَة (ḥakīma), masculine plural حُكَمَاء (ḥukamāʾ), elative أَحْكَم (ʾaḥkam))

  1. wise
  2. (with الـ) the Wise (one of the names of Allah)
  3. acting with prudence and successfully
  4. solid

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Noun[edit]

حَكِيم (ḥakīmm (plural حُكَمَاء (ḥukamāʾ), feminine حَكِيمَة (ḥakīma))

  1. sage, scholar, physician, naturalist, philosopher

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