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EtymologyEdit

From the root ن ج ل (n-j-l). Connectable to Hebrew מָגַר (nagar, to flow out), Aramaic נְגַר (nəgar, to flow out), Classical Syriac ܢܓܰܪ (nəgar, to last), Ge'ez ነገድ (nägäd, kin; progeny), Hebrew נֶכֶד (neḵeḏ, progeny), Ge'ez ነገደ (nägädä, to travel), Aramaic נְגַד /‎ ܢܓܰܕ (nəgad, to flow; to draw, to pull; to stretch out), Ge'ez ሞገድ (mogäd, wave), Ge'ez ነገለ (nägälä, to be uprooted; to roll up), Classical Syriac ܢܓܰܠ (nəgal, to clear away).

VerbEdit

نَجَلَ (najala) I, non-past يَنْجِلُ or يَنْجُلُ‎ (yanjilu or yanjulu)

  1. to be covered with vegetation
  2. to have offspring, to beget, to sire
  3. to kick
  4. to mistreat
  5. to lead out, to draw out
  6. to remove the skin of
  7. to cut with the sickle

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

نَجْل (najlm (plural أَنْجَال (ʾanjāl))

  1. posterity
  2. offspring, child

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

نَجْل (najlm (plural نِجَال (nijāl))

  1. flowing water

DeclensionEdit

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