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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ه ج و(h-j-w).

VerbEdit

هَجَا (hajā) I, non-past يَهْجُو‎‎ (yahjū)

  1. to speak poorly of, to satirize, to dispraise or revile with words, to lampoon
    • وَكَمْ عَلَّمْتُهُ نَظْمَ الْقَوَافِي / فَلَمَّا قَالَ قَافِيَةً هَجَانِي‎‎
      wakam ʿallamtuhū naẓma l-qawāfī / falammā qāla qāfiyatan hajānī
      And how much have I taught him the organisation of rhymes / and when he spoke his rhyme, he dispraised me.
  2. to pronounce or speak of something's various traits or flaws
  3. to pronounce syllables, to spell out, to annunciate or make plain the various sounds of a word

ConjugationEdit


PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic هِجَاء(hijāʾ).

NounEdit

Dari Persian هجا
Iranian Persian
Tajik ҳиҷо (hijo)

هجا (heja) (plural هجاها(heja-hâ))

  1. syllable

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