جاهل

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of جَهِلَ ‎(jahila, to be ignorant), from the root ج ه ل ‎(j-h-l).

AdjectiveEdit

جَاهِل ‎(jāhil) ‎(masculine plural جَاهِلُون ‎(jāhilūn) or جُهْل ‎(juhl) or جُهُل ‎(juhul) or جُهَّل ‎(juhhal) or جُهَّال ‎(juhhāl) or جُهَلَاء ‎(juhalāʾ) or جَهَلَة ‎(jahala), elative أَجْهَل ‎(ʾajhal))

  1. ignorant, illiterate, uneducated

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PersianEdit

Dari جاهل
Iranian Persian جاهل
Tajik ҷоҳил ‎(johil)

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic جاهل ‎(jāhil).

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AdjectiveEdit

جاهل ‎(jâhel) ‎(comparative جاهل‌تر, superlative جاهل‌ترین)

  1. foolish, unwise
  2. ignorant, uninformed
  3. (informal, now rare) young

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