مجنون

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the passive participle of passive verb جُنَّ ‎(junna, to be mad, insane, possessed), based on the root ج ن ن ‎(j-n-n) of جِنّ ‎(jinn, demon).

Adjective[edit]

مَجْنُون ‎(majnūn) ‎(feminine مَجْنُونَة ‎(majnūna), masculine plural مَجَانِين ‎(majānīn))

  1. mad, crazy

Declension[edit]


Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic مَجْنُون ‎(majnūn)

Noun[edit]

مجنون ‎(majnun)

  1. crazy, insane
  2. lover

Adjective[edit]

مجنون ‎(majnun) ‎(comparative مجنون‌تر, superlative مجنون‌ترین)

  1. crazy, insane

Inflection[edit]