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روحاني

See also: روحانی

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From رُوح (rūḥ, spirit), from the root ر و ح (r-w-ḥ). Cognate with Hebrew רוח (ruaħ, spirit, wind).

AdjectiveEdit

رَوْحَانِيّ (rawḥāniyym, fem رَوْحَانِيَّة (rawḥāniyya), masc pl رَوْحَانِيُّون (rawḥāniyyūn), fem pl رَوْحَانِيَّات (rawḥāniyyāt) or
رُوحَانِيّ (rūḥāniyym, fem رُوحَانِيَّة (rūḥāniyya), masc pl رُوحَانِيُّون (rūḥāniyyūn), fem pl رُوحَانِيَّات (rūḥāniyyāt)

  1. alcoholic, spirituous, spiritous, vinous
  2. spiritual, immaterial, spiritualistic, incorporeal, ghostly, animistic
  3. divine, sacred, holy, numinous

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

رَوْحَانِيّ (rawḥāniyym, pl رَوْحَانِيُّون (rawḥāniyyūn), fem رَوْحَانِيَّة (rawḥāniyya) or
رُوحَانِيّ (rūḥāniyym, pl رُوحَانِيُّون (rūḥāniyyūn), fem رُوحَانِيَّة (rūḥāniyya)

  1. (religion) animist
  2. (Christianity) clergyman, minister

DeclensionEdit