هرهر

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Onomatopoeic. Compare هَرَّ(harra).

Verb[edit]

هَرْهَرَ (harhara) Iq, non-past يُهَرْهِرُ‎‎ (yuharhiru)

  1. to roar, to bleat, to murmur (lion, sheep, water)
  2. to call to the water [+accusative = sheep]
  3. to agitate, to drive, to approach with harshness

Conjugation[edit]

Interjection[edit]

هِرْهِر (hirhir)

  1. used by shepherds to call the flock to the water

Related terms[edit]

  • هَرْهَار(harhār, water running copiously and murmuring; lion)
  • هُرَاهِر(hurāhir, water running copiously and murmuring; lion)
  • هُرْهُور(hurhūr, water running copiously and murmuring; grapes falling to the ground)