ساحر

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See also: شاجرand ساخر

Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the active participle of سَحَرَ(saḥara, to enchant, to coax), from the root س ح ر(s-ḥ-r).

Noun[edit]

سَاحِر (sāḥirm (plural سَاحِرُونَ(sāḥirūna) or سَحَرَة(saḥara) or سُحَّارٌ(suḥḥārun), feminine سَاحِرَة(sāḥira))

  1. sorcerer, wizard
  2. charmer

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Adjective[edit]

سَاحِر (sāḥir) (feminine سَاحِرَة(sāḥira), masculine plural سَاحِرُونَ(sāḥirūna) or سَحَرَة(saḥara) or سُحَّارٌ(suḥḥārun), feminine plural سَاحِرَات(sāḥirāt) or سَوَاحِر(sawāḥir))

  1. enchanting, bewitching, charming

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Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic سَاحِر(sāḥir)

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

ساحر (sâher) (plural ساحرها(sâher-hâ) or سحره(sahere))

  1. sorcerer, wizard

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