See also: حجزand جحر

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ح ج ر(ḥ-j-r).

VerbEdit

حَجَرَ (ḥajara) I, non-past يَحْجُرُ‎‎ (yaḥjuru)

  1. to stop, to detain, to hinder, to debar
  2. to forbid, to interdict (something) (عَلَى(ʿalā) to someone)

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حَجَّرَ (ḥajjara) II, non-past يُحَجِّرُ‎‎ (yuḥajjiru)

  1. to make an enclosure around

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NounEdit

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حَجَر (ḥajarm (plural أَحْجَار(ʾaḥjār) or حِجَارَة(ḥijāra) or حِجَار(ḥijār))

  1. stone
  2. weight

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Derived termsEdit

NounEdit

حَجْر (ḥajrm

  1. verbal noun of حَجَرَ (ḥajara) (form I)

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NounEdit

حِجْر or حُجْر (ḥijr or ḥujrm (plural أَحْجَار(ʾaḥjār) or حِجَار(ḥijār))

  1. verbal noun of حَجَرَ (ḥajara) (form I)
  2. wall, enclosure
    1. dam
    2. northern wall of the Kaaba
    3. gathered seam of a garment, seam of a shirt
  3. intellect

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NounEdit

حِجْر or حُجْر (ḥijr or ḥujrm (plural أَحْجَار(ʾaḥjār))

  1. hole of a mouse, snake, etc.

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NounEdit

حِجْر or حُجْر (ḥijr or ḥujrm (plural أَحْجَار(ʾaḥjār) or حُجُور(ḥujūr) or حُجُورَة(ḥujūra))

  1. mare
  2. the ancient dwellings of the Thamudites

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NounEdit

حُجْر or حَجْر (ḥujr or ḥajrm

  1. bosom, embrace, lap
    • وَضَعَهُ فِي حَجْرِهِ ثُمَّ دَعَا بِتَمْرَةٍ فَمَضَغَهَا ثُمَّ تَفَلَ فِي فِيهِ فَكَانَ أَوَّلَ شَىْءٍ دَخَلَ جَوْفَهُ رِيقُ رَسُولِ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللّٰهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ ثُمَّ حَنَّكَهُ بِالتَّمْرَةِ ثُمَّ دَعَا لَهُ وَبَرَّكَ عَلَيْهِ وَكَانَ أَوَّلَ مَوْلُودٍ وُلِدَ فِي الإِسْلَامِ
      waḍaʿahu fī ḥajrihi ṯumma daʿā bitamratin fa-maḍaḡahā ṯumma tafala fī fīhi fa-kāna ʾawwala šāʾin daḵala jawfahu rīqu rasūli llahi ṣallā llāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallama ṯumma ḥannakahu bi-t-tamrati ṯumma daʿā lahu wa-barraka ʿalayhi wa-kāna ʾawwala mawlūdin wulida fī l-ʾislāmi
      He placed him on his lap then called for a date and then chewed it and then spat into him and the first thing that went into his stomach was the spittle of God’s messenger, then he rubbed his palate with the date, then he called for him and blessed him, and it was the first child born in Islam.

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AdjectiveEdit

حِجْر or حُجْر (ḥijr or ḥujr)

  1. forbidden, prohibited, of restricted access

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AdjectiveEdit

حَجِر (ḥajir)

  1. stony

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