ساكن

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Derived from the active participle of the verb سَكَنَ(sakana, to live, to inhabit), from the root س ك ن(s-k-n).

NounEdit

سَاكِن (sākinm (plural سُكّان(sukkān) or سَاكِنُونَ(sākinūna), feminine سَاكِنَة(sākina))

  1. inhabitant
DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

سَاكِن (sākin) (feminine سَاكِنَة(sākina), masculine plural سَاكِنُونَ(sākinūna), feminine plural سَاكِنَات(sākināt) or سَوَاكِنُ(sawākinu))

  1. stationary, motionless, still, unmoving
  2. (linguistics) unvowelled
  3. placid
AntonymsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From the root س ك ن(s-k-n).

VerbEdit

سَاكَنَ (sākana) III, non-past يُسَاكِنُ‎‎ (yusākinu)

  1. to live together, to share quarters with (someone)

ConjugationEdit