حلم

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ح ل م ‎(ḥ-l-m). Compare Hebrew חֲלוֹם ‎(khalóm).

VerbEdit

حَلَمَ ‎(ḥalama) I, non-past يَحْلُمُ‎ (yaḥlumu)

  1. to dream
  2. to muse, to reflect, to meditate
  3. to attain puberty
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

حَلُمَ ‎(ḥaluma) I, non-past يَحْلُمُ‎ (yaḥlumu)

  1. to be gentle, to be mild-mannered
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Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

حُلْم ‎(ḥulmm ‎(plural أَحْلَام ‎(ʾaḥlām))

  1. verbal noun of حَلَمَ ‎(ḥalama) (form I)
  2. dream
  3. (in the plural) utopia, irreality
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

حُلُم ‎(ḥulumm

  1. verbal noun of حَلَمَ ‎(ḥalama) (form I)
  2. puberty, sexual maturity
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

حِلْم ‎(ḥilmm ‎(plural حُلُوم ‎(ḥulūm) or أَحْلَام ‎(ʾaḥlām))

  1. verbal noun of حَلُمَ ‎(ḥaluma) (form I)
  2. discretion, prudence
  3. clemency, forbearance, leniency, long-suffering, longanimity, tolerance, toleration
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 6Edit

NounEdit

حَلَم ‎(ḥalamm ‎(collective, singulative حَلَمَة ‎(ḥalama))

  1. tick(s), mite(s)
  2. nipple(s), teat(s)
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