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حلم

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ح ل م (ḥ-l-m). Compare Hebrew חֲלוֹם (khalóm).

VerbEdit

حَلَمَ (ḥalama) I, non-past يَحْلُمُ‎ (yaḥlumu)

  1. to dream
  2. to muse, to reflect, to meditate
  3. to attain puberty
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

حَلُمَ (ḥaluma) I, non-past يَحْلُمُ‎ (yaḥlumu)

  1. to be gentle, to be mild-mannered
ConjugationEdit
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Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

حُلْم (ḥulmm (plural أَحْلَام (ʾaḥlām))

  1. verbal noun of حَلَمَ (ḥalama) (form I)
  2. dream
  3. (in the plural) utopia, irreality
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

حُلُم (ḥulumm

  1. verbal noun of حَلَمَ (ḥalama) (form I)
  2. puberty, sexual maturity
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

حِلْم (ḥilmm (plural حُلُوم (ḥulūm) or أَحْلَام (ʾaḥlām))

  1. verbal noun of حَلُمَ (ḥaluma) (form I)
  2. discretion, prudence
  3. clemency, forbearance, leniency, long-suffering, longanimity, tolerance, toleration
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 6Edit

NounEdit

حَلَم (ḥalamm (collective, singulative حَلَمَة (ḥalama))

  1. tick(s), mite(s)
  2. nipple(s), teat(s)
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