See also: جام‎, خام, and چام

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

AdjectiveEdit

حَامٍ (ḥāmin) (construct state حَامِي(ḥāmī), feminine حَامِيَة(ḥāmiya), elative أَحْمَى(ʾaḥmā))

  1. extremely hot
    • 609–632 CE, Qur'an, 88:2-7:
      وُجُوهٌ يَوْمَئِذٍ خَاشِعَةٌ
      عَامِلَةٌ نَاصِبَةٌ
      تَصْلَى نَارًا حَامِيَةً
      تُسْقَى مِنْ عَيْنٍ آنِيَةٍ
      لَيْسَ لَهُمْ طَعَامٌ إِلَّا مِنْ ضَرِيعٍ
      لَا يُسْمِنُ وَلَا يُغْنِي مِنْ جُوعٍ
      wujūhun yawmaʾiḏin ḵāšiʿatun
      ʿāmilatun nāṣibatun
      taṣlā nāran ḥāmiyatan
      tusqā min ʿaynin ʾāniyatin
      laysa lahum ṭaʿāmun ʾillā min ḍarīʿin
      lā yusminu wa-lā yuḡnī min jūʿin
      [Some] faces, that Day, will be humbled,
      Working [hard] and exhausted.
      They will [enter to] burn in an intensely hot Fire.
      They will be given drink from a boiling spring.
      For them there will be no food except from a poisonous, thorny plant
      Which neither nourishes nor avails against hunger.
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

حَامٍ (ḥāminm (construct state حَامِي(ḥāmī), plural حَامُون(ḥāmūn) or حُمَاة(ḥumāh), feminine حَامِيَة(ḥāmiya))

  1. a protector
    • Humat Al-Hima
      حُمَاةَ الْحِمَى يَا حُمَاةَ الْحِمَى
      هَلُمُّوا هَلُمُّوا لِمَجْدِ الزَّمَنْ
      ḥumāta l-ḥimā yā ḥumāta l-ḥimā
      halummū halummū limajdi z-zaman
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

حَامٍ (ḥāmin) (construct state حَامِي(ḥāmī), feminine حَامِيَة(ḥāmiya), masculine plural حَامُون(ḥāmūn) or حُمَاة(ḥumāh), feminine plural حَامِيَات(ḥāmiyāt), elative أَحْمَى(ʾaḥmā))

  1. active participle of حَمَى(ḥamā, to protect)
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

حَامٍ (ḥāminm

  1. This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text {{rfdef}}.
    • 609–632 CE, Qur'an, 5:103:
      مَا جَعَلَ اللّٰهُ مِن بَحِيرَةٍ وَلَا سَائِبَةٍ وَلَا وَصِيلَةٍ وَلَا حَامٍ‎‎
      mā jaʿala llāhu min baḥīratin wa-lā sāʾibatin wa-lā waṣīlatin wa-lā ḥāmin
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Biblical Hebrew חָם(ḥām).

Proper nounEdit

حَام (ḥāmm

  1. Hām, the son of Nūh and the brother of Yāfith and Sām.

Etymology 3Edit

VerbEdit

حَامِ (ḥāmi) (form III)

  1. second-person masculine singular active imperative of حَامَى(ḥāmā)