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From Arabic إِيمَان(ʾīmān, faith, belief).

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iman (countable and uncountable, plural imans)

  1. (Islam, uncountable) Pious adherence to the Islamic faith.
  2. (Islam, countable) One who has the Islamic faith and is a mu'min (believer).

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iman

  1. magnet
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iman

  1. imam
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  • Hyphenation: i‧man

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iman

  1. a magnet

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Mongolic *ïmaxan cognate with Khitan [Khitan Small needed] (ê.ma), related through borrowing or inheritance with Proto-Turkic *ɨmga.

Compare Mongolian ямаа (jamaa), Old Turkic 𐰢𐰍𐰀((a)mɣa).

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  • IPA(key): /iˈmaŋ/, [iˈmɑ̃(ŋ)]

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iman

  1. goat
    nengoude kuruchin kun ghoni iman fugie zharuzhi aye giene.
    The person who has enough financial resources will slaughter a sheep, a goat and a cow for the festival.

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iman m (invariable)

  1. imam

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