See also: جرن, جزن, and خزن

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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ح ز ن(ḥ-z-n, sadness, sorrow)

VerbEdit

حَزَنَ ‎(ḥazana) I, non-past يَحْزُنُ‎ (yaḥzunu)

  1. to make sad, to sadden
  2. to cause to mourn or lament
  3. (transitive) to grieve
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

حَزِنَ ‎(ḥazina) I, non-past يَحْزَنُ‎ (yaḥzanu)

  1. to grieve, to mourn, to lament (عَلَى(ʿalā) or لِ(li) someone)
  2. to be or become sorrowful, sad, or unhappy
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Etymology 3Edit

VerbEdit

حَزُنَ ‎(ḥazuna) I, non-past يَحْزُنُ‎ (yaḥzunu)

  1. to be or become rough
  2. to be or become rugged and hard
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Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

حُزْن ‎(ḥuznm ‎(plural أَحْزَان(ʾaḥzān))

  1. verbal noun of حَزَنَ(ḥazana) (form I)
  2. sadness, grief, sorrow
    هِيَ جَلَسَت بِحُزْن قُرْب النَّار الدَّافِئَة.
    hiya jalasat bi-ḥuzn qurb an-nār ad-dāfiʾa.
    She sat sadly near the warm fire.
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Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

حَزْن ‎(ḥaznm ‎(plural حُزُون(ḥuzūn))

  1. rugged and hard ground
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Etymology 6Edit

NounEdit

حَزَن ‎(ḥazanm ‎(plural أَحْزَان(ʾaḥzān))

  1. verbal noun of حَزِنَ(ḥazina) (form I)
  2. sadness, grief
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Etymology 7Edit

AdjectiveEdit

حَزِن or حَزُن ‎(ḥazin or ḥazun) ‎(masculine plural حِزَان(ḥizān) or حُزَنَاء(ḥuzanāʾ))

  1. sad, sorrowful, grieved
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