See also: نسأ

Arabic edit

Root
ن ش ء(n-š-ʔ)

Etymology 1 edit

From Proto-Semitic *naśaʔ- (lift, raise). Compare Ge'ez ነሥአ (näśʾä, to lift, to take), Akkadian 𒈾𒋗𒌑𒌝 (našûm) and Biblical Hebrew נָשָׂא(nɔśɔʾ).

Verb edit

نَشَأَ (našaʔa) I, non-past يَنْشَأُ‎‎ (yanšaʔu)

  1. to be raised, to be lifted, to rise up
  2. to grow (intransitive), grow up, be brought up
  3. to originate, exist, live
  4. to occur, especially to arise in the mind, to have a thought occur to someone, to have an event come up
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نَشَّأَ (naššaʔa) II, non-past يُنَشِّئُ‎‎ (yunaššiʔu)

  1. to nurture
  2. to raise
  3. to bring up
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نَشَأْ (našaʔ) (form I)

  1. first-person plural non-past active jussive of شَاءَ(šāʔa)

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نُشَأْ (nušaʔ) (form I)

  1. first-person plural non-past passive jussive of شَاءَ(šāʔa)