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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ح ض ر (ḥ-ḍ-r).

VerbEdit

حَاضَرَ (ḥāḍara) III, non-past يُحَاضِرُ‎ (yuḥāḍiru)

  1. to give a lecture to
  2. to lecture
  3. to witness, be present for
  4. to present one's self
  5. to give (a ready answer)
  6. to sit with (someone) in contending or disputing
  7. to contend with, to dispute, to debate, to bandy words with (someone)
  8. to plead a cause
  9. to converse with
  10. to vie in running
  11. to dispute for a thing, win and carry it off
  12. to scourge, to beat, to whip
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Etymology 2Edit

Derived from the active participle of حَضَرَ (ḥaḍara, to be present, to be settled), from the root ح ض ر (ḥ-ḍ-r).

AdjectiveEdit

حَاضِر (ḥāḍir) (feminine حَاضِرَة (ḥāḍira), masculine plural حُضَّر (ḥuḍḍar) or حُضُور (ḥuḍūr))

  1. present, before the eyes, ready (also applied to money)
  2. second person
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NounEdit

حَاضِر (ḥāḍirm (plural حُضَّر (ḥuḍḍar) or حُضُور (ḥuḍūr))

  1. the present tense
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AdjectiveEdit

حَاضِر (ḥāḍir) (feminine حَاضِرَة (ḥāḍira), masculine plural حُضَّار (ḥuḍḍār) or حَضَرَة (ḥaḍara))

  1. settled, domiciled
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NounEdit

حَاضِر (ḥāḍirm (plural حُضَّار (ḥuḍḍār) or حَضَرَة (ḥaḍara), feminine حَاضِرَة (ḥāḍira))

  1. inhabitant of a village of town
  2. family
  3. tribe
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