See also: چال and حال

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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Derived from the active participle of خَلَا(ḵalā, to be empty, to be free, to lack, to withdraw, to devote oneself, to forsake, to pass), from the root خ ل و(ḵ-l-w).

AdjectiveEdit

خَالٍ ‎(ḵālin) ‎(informal خَالِي(ḵālī), feminine خَالِيَة(ḵāliya), feminine plural خَالِيَات(ḵāliyāt))

  1. empty, void
  2. open, vacant
  3. free, unrestrained, unencumbered
  4. -less, un-
  5. celibate
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From the root خ و ل(ḵ-w-l).

NounEdit

خَال ‎(ḵālm ‎(plural أَخْوَال(ʾaḵwāl) or خُؤُول(ḵuʾūl) or خُؤُولَة(ḵuʾūla), feminine خَالَة(ḵāla))

  1. maternal uncle
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

خَال ‎(ḵālm ‎(plural خِيلَان(ḵīlān))

  1. beauty spot, birthmark
  2. spot
  3. mole
DeclensionEdit

LakiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic خَال(ḵāl).

NounEdit

خال ‎(transliteration needed)

  1. beauty spot
  2. spot
  3. mole

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic خال(ḵāl).

NounEdit

خال ‎(xâl)

  1. beauty spot
  2. spot
  3. mole

DescendantsEdit