كون

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Verbal noun of the verb كَانَ ‎(kāna, to be), from the root ك و ن ‎(k-w-n).

Noun[edit]

كَوْن ‎(kawnm ‎(plural أَكْوَان ‎(ʾakwān))

  1. verbal noun of كَانَ ‎(kāna) (form I)
  2. being, esse
  3. existence
    اَلْكَوْنal-kawnreality, the world, the cosmos, the universe
    اَلْكَوْن اَلْأَعْلَىal-kawn al-ʾaʿlā ― the supreme being, God
  4. event, occurrence, incident
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Etymology 2[edit]

Verb[edit]

كَوَّنَ ‎(kawwana) II, non-past يُكَوِّنُ‎ (yukawwinu)

  1. to make, to create, to produce, to originate
  2. to bring forth, to bring into being
  3. to formalize, to frame, to form, to shape, to constitute, to compose, to shape, to set up, to fashion
Conjugation[edit]