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حبل

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

حَبْل (ḥablm, plurals حبال‎ (ḥibāl), أحبل‎ (ʾáḥbul), حبول‎ (ḥubūl) or أحبال‎ (ʾaḥbāl)

  1. rope, cable, hawser
  2. cord, string, thread
  3. ray, beam, jet
  4. (anatomy) vein
    • Qur'an 50:16
      وَلَقَدْ خَلَقْنَا ٱلْإِنسَنَ وَنَعْلَمُ مَا تُوَسْوِسُ بِهِۦ نَفْسُهُۥۖ وَنَحْنُ أَقْرَبُ إِلَيْهِ مِنْ حَبْلِ ٱلْوَرِيدِ
      wa-laqad xalaqnā l-ʾinsana wa-naʿlamu mā tuwaswisu bihī nafsuhū wa-naḥnu ʾaqrabu ʾilayhi min ḥabli l-warīdi
      And We have already created man and know what his soul whispers to him, and We are closer to him than [his] jugular vein
  5. (anatomy) sinew, tendon

Etymology 2Edit

ح ب ل (ḥ-b-l)?

VerbEdit

حَبِلَ (ḥabila) I, imperfect يَحْبَلُ‎ (yaḥbalu)

  1. to become pregnant, to conceive

ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

حَبَّلَ (ḥabbala) II, imperfect يُحَبِّلُ‎ (yuḥabbilu)

  1. to make pregnant
ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

حَبَل (ḥábalm

  1. conception
  2. pregnancy

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic حبل (ħabl).

NounEdit

حبل (habl)

  1. rope