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حبل

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

حَبْل (ḥablm (plural حبال (ḥibāl) or أحبل (ʾáḥbul) or 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