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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

رَوْحَانِيٌّ (rawḥāniyyunm, fem رَوْحَانِيَّةٌ (rawḥāniyyatun), masc pl رَوْحَانِيُّونَ (rawḥāniyyūna), fem pl رَوْحَانِيَّاتٌ (rawḥāniyyātun) or
رُوحَانِيٌّ (rūḥāniyyunm, fem رُوحَانِيَّةٌ (rūḥāniyyatun), masc pl رُوحَانِيُّونَ (rūḥāniyyūna), fem pl رُوحَانِيَّاتٌ (rūḥāniyyātun)

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

NounEdit

رَوْحَانِيٌّ (rawḥāniyyunm, pl رَوْحَانِيُّونَ (rawḥāniyyūna), fem رَوْحَانِيَّةٌ (rawḥāniyyatun) or
رُوحَانِيٌّ (rūḥāniyyunm, pl رُوحَانِيُّونَ (rūḥāniyyūna), fem رُوحَانِيَّةٌ (rūḥāniyyatun)

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