خائن

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the active participle from خَانَ(ḵāna, to be disloyal, to betray), from the root خ و ن(ḵ-w-n).

Adjective[edit]

خَائِن (ḵāʾin) (feminine خَائِنَة(ḵāʾina), masculine plural خَائِنُونَ(ḵāʾinūna) or خُوَّان(ḵuwwān) or خَوَنَة(ḵawana) or خَانَة(ḵāna), feminine plural خَائِنَات(ḵāʾināt))

  1. disloyal, faithless, false, unreliable, untrue, unfaithful
  2. traitorous, treacherous, perfidious, treasonous

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Noun[edit]

خَائِن (ḵāʾinm (plural خَائِنُونَ(ḵāʾinūna) or خُوَّان(ḵuwwān) or خَوَنَة(ḵawana) or خَانَة(ḵāna), feminine خَائِنَة(ḵāʾina))

  1. traitor, judas, betrayer
  2. cheat, deceiver
  3. changeling

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Persian[edit]

Noun[edit]

خائن (khâ'en)

  1. traitor