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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)
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

رَوْحَانِيّ (rauħāniyy, rūħāniyym (plural روحانيون (rauħāniyyūn) or روحانيون (rūħāniyyūn))

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