مجهول

See also: مجہول

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the passive participle of جَهِلَ(jahila, to be ignorant, to not know), from the root ج ه ل(j-h-l): literally, “not known”. The word is used to describe the passive voice, because in the passive the agent of the verb is usually not mentioned and is therefore unknown.

AdjectiveEdit

مَجْهُول (majhūl) (feminine مَجْهُولَة(majhūla), masculine plural مَجْهُولُونَ(majhūlūna))

  1. unknown
  2. anonymous

DeclensionEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • Azerbaijani: məchul
  • Persian: مجهول(majhul)
  • Urdu: مجہول
  • Uzbek: majhul

NounEdit

مَجْهُول (majhūlm

  1. (grammar) passive voice
  2. a variety of date palm with large and sweet fruit

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PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic مَجْهُول(majhūl).

AdjectiveEdit

مجهول (majhul)

  1. (grammar) passive
  2. unknown

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