هيكل

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See also:هیکلandهیكل

Arabic[edit]

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هيكل
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Etymology[edit]

From Sumerian 𒂍𒃲 (e₂-gal /⁠ēgal⁠/, literally big temple/palace) through Akkadian 𒂍𒃲 (ēkallum). Cognate with Biblical Hebrewהֵיכָל(hêḵāl).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

هَيْكَل (haykalm (pluralهَيَاكِل(hayākil))

  1. temple
    هَيْكَل سُلَيْمَان
    haykal sulaymān
    Solomon's Temple
  2. structure
  3. framework
  4. skeleton
  5. altar (of a church, etc)
  6. chassis (of a car)
  7. casing

Declension[edit]

Descendants[edit]

  • English: haikal
  • Ge'ez: ሀይከል (häykäl)
  • Persian: ⁧هیکل(heykal, statue) (see there for further descendants)
  • Swahili: hekalu

Proper noun[edit]

هَيْكَل (haykalm or f

  1. a surname. Haykal