نبي

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Aramaic נְבִיָּא (n'ḇiyyā) (absolutive form: נְבִי (n'ḇī)), cognate to the root ن ب ء (n-b-ʾ) and to Hebrew נָבִיא (naví).

Noun[edit]

نَبِيّ (nabiyym (plural نَبِيُّون (nabiyyūn) or أَنْبِيَاء (ʾanbiyāʾ))

  1. prophet

Declension[edit]


Pashto[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic نبي, from Aramaic נְבִיָּא (n'ḇiyyā) (absolutive form: נְבִי (n'ḇī)).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

نبي (nabim

  1. (religion) prophet