كرم

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ك ر م ‎(k-r-m).

VerbEdit

كَرُمَ ‎(karuma) I, non-past يَكْرُمُ‎ (yakrumu)

  1. to be or become noble, generous
  2. to be or become precious
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

كَرَّمَ ‎(karrama) II, non-past يُكَرِّمُ‎ (yukarrimu)

  1. to call (someone) noble
  2. to honor, to venerate
  3. to exalt
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

كَرَم ‎(karamm

  1. verbal noun of كَرُمَ ‎(karuma) (form I)
  2. nobleness, generosity
  3. kindness
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Compare Aramaic כַּרְמָא ‎(karmā), Hebrew כֶּרֶם ‎(kérem).

NounEdit

كَرْم ‎(karmm ‎(plural كُرُوم ‎(kurūm))

  1. vineyard
DeclensionEdit

Ottoman TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic كَرَم ‎(karam).

NounEdit

كرم ‎(kerem)

  1. kindness
  2. grace

Proper nounEdit

كرم ‎(Kerem)

  1. A male given name: Kerem
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