راجل

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of رَجِلَ(rajila, to go on foot), from the root ر ج ل(r-j-l); compare رِجْل(rijl, foot, leg).

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NounEdit

رَاجِل (rājilm (plural رَجْل(rajl) or رِجَال(rijāl) or رَجْلَة(rajla) or رَجْلَى(rajlā) or رُجَّال(rujjāl) or رَجَّالَة(rajjāla) or رُجَّالَى(rujjālā) or رَجَالَى(rajālā) or رُجَالَى(rujālā) or رُجْلَان(rujlān) or أَرَاجِل(ʾarājil) or أَرَاجِيل(ʾarājīl) or أَرْجِلَة(ʾarjila))

  1. pedestrian
    • 609–632 CE, Qur'an, 2:239:
      فَإِنْ خِفْتُمْ فَرِجَالًا أَوْ رُكْبَانًا
      faʾin ḵiftum farijālan ʾaw rukbānan
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
  2. good walker
  3. footsoldier

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Egyptian ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic رَاجِل(rājil, goer, pedestrian, footman, foot soldier). A variant of رَجُل(rajul).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

راجل (rā́gilm (plural رجالة(riggā́la) or رجال(rigā́l))

  1. man
    الله يرحمه كان راجل شرقي ودمه حامى.‎‎
    allā́h yirḥám-u kān rā́gil šárʾi wi dámm-u ḥā́mi.
    May he rest in peace, he was an eastern man and hot blooded.
  2. husband
    لو بتحبها بجد خليك راجلها.‎‎
    law bitḥibb-áha bi-gádd xallī́k ragl-áha.
    If you really love her become her husband.
  3. king (playing cards)

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Moroccan ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic رَاجِل(rājil).

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NounEdit

راجل (rājelm (plural رجال(rjāl))

  1. man
  2. husband