חום

HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

חוּם ‎(brown)

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

חוּם ‎(khúmm sg indef. (f sg indef. חוּמָה, m pl indef. חוּמִים, f pl indef. חוּמוֹת)

  1. Brown, brown-colored.
  2. (חוּם־, khúm-) Masculine singular construct form of חוּם.

NounEdit

חוּם ‎(khúmm ‎(plural indefinite חוּמִים, singular construct חוּם־, plural construct חוּמֵי־)

  1. Brown, the color brown.
  2. (חוּם־, khúm-) Singular construct form of חוּם‎.

Etymology 2Edit

Root
ח־מ־ם

From the root ח־מ־ם ‎(kh-m-m); compare חַם ‎(khám).

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NounEdit

חום \ חֹם ‎(khómm ‎(no plural forms, singular construct חום \ חֹם־)

  1. Heat, warmth: the property of being hot.
  2. (physics, chemistry) Heat: energy transferred by thermal interaction.
  3. Warmth, fever, feverishness.
  4. (חֹם־, khóm-) Singular construct form of חום \ חֹם‎.
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