صالح

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EtymologyEdit

From the root ص ل ح(ṣ-l-ḥ). Derived from the active participle of صَلَحَ(ṣalaḥa, to be good, right, proper; to be sound, whole; to suit; etc.), from the root ص ل ح(ṣ-l-ḥ).

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AdjectiveEdit

صَالِح (ṣāliḥ) (feminine صَالِحَة(ṣāliḥa), masculine plural صَالِحُون(ṣāliḥūn) or صُلَّاح(ṣullāḥ) or صُلُوح(ṣulūḥ), elative أَصْلَح(ʾaṣlaḥ))

  1. in good condition, sound, whole
  2. honest, upright, good, just, virtuous, right
  3. pious
  4. suitable, fit
  5. copious, frequent

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NounEdit

صَالِح (ṣāliḥm (plural صَوَالِح(ṣawāliḥ))

  1. good, advantage, benefit, interest

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Proper nounEdit

صَالِح (ṣāliḥm

  1. A male given name
  2. (Islam) Saleh, a prophet of Islam

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