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خون

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

خ و ن (ḵ-w-n)

VerbEdit

خَوَّنَ (ḵawwana) II, imperfect يُخَوِّنُ‎ (yuḵawwinu)

  1. to regard as faithless, to regard as disloyal, to regard as false, to regard as treacherous, to regard as traitorous, to regard as perfidious, to regard as dishonest, to regard as unreliable
  2. to call faithless, to call disloyal, to be false, to be treacherous, to be perfidious, to call false, to call treacherous, to call perfidious, to call dishonest, to call unreliable
  3. to accuse of betrayal, to accuse of disloyalty
  4. to charge with treason, to charge with treachery
  5. to distrust, to mistrust
  6. to two-time

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

خَوْن (xawnm

  1. being disloyal, being faithless, being false, being treacherous, being perfidious
  2. acting disloyally, acting treacherously, acting perfidiously
  3. betraying
  4. cheating, duping, hoodwinking
  5. forsaking, deserting, letting down
  6. failing, breaking (a promise)

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PersianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle Persian 𐭧𐭥𐭭 (xūn).

PronunciationEdit

Dari خون
Iranian Persian خون
Tajik хун (xun)

NounEdit

خون (xun)

  1. blood

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UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian خون (khun).

NounEdit

خون (xūnmHindi spelling ख़ून

  1. blood
  2. murder
  3. slaughter

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