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EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of خَلَقَ(ḵalaqa, to create), from the root خ ل ق(ḵ-l-q).

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خَالِق (ḵāliq) (feminine خَالِقَة(ḵāliqa), masculine plural خَالِقُون(ḵāliqūn), feminine plural خَالِقَات(ḵāliqāt))

  1. creative

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NounEdit

خَالِق (ḵāliqm (plural خَالِقُون(ḵāliqūn), feminine خَالِقَة(ḵāliqa))

  1. Creator, Maker (God)
  2. inventor, maker, author

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PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic خَالِق(ḵāliq)

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خالق (xâleq)

  1. creator, an epithet for God

UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic خَالِق(ḵāliq)

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خالق (xāliqm (Hindi spelling ख़ालिक़)

  1. creator, an epithet for God
    مخلوق میں خالق کا نظر آیا جس کو اس دیکھنے والے نے خدا کو دیکھا
    maxlūq mẽ xāliq kā nazar āyā jis ko us dekhne vāle ne xudā ko dekhā
    Who has seen the creator in the creation, that observer has seen God