Letter א [a]

א ה   [at]

א ה ב          [‘aha:v] **   –   אַ הֳ בָ ה     [a.ha-‘vah] *

Verb
1-Love
2-To provide and protect that which is given as a privilege.

Strong’s Number: 157  – Strong’s Number: 160

In Arabic:

أَحَبَّ – [‘a.hab] or [a-‘hab.’bah]

The exact same meaning.

This form is for the verb in the infinitive and the past tense with the singular pronoun he. With the feminine pronoun, it is: أَحَبَّتْ [a.hab.bat]. The present and future tense with he: [y.hi.b] – (or more literary: [you.hi.bu]) With her: [tuhibbu].

 

אֹ הֶ ל          [o-hel] *

Noun

1-Tent
2-The black, goat hair dwelling of the nomad.
Strong’s Number: 168

 

In Arabic

The word has many meanings and several variations. However, all of the below words are connected with the same root meaning. This means that there is one faint context that reunites all of them.

أَهَلَ  [‘ahal] or [‘a.ha.lah] with a Qamets

As a noun:

أَهْلْ  [a-hl] or [o-hel] (depending on how we say it) meaning

1- family – tribe – at the beginning of the name of a dynasty. 

2- people of the book: a-hl el.kitab; means the Jews, Christians and Muslims.

As a verb:

أَهَل -between  [a-hala] – and [o-hala]

1-inhabit a place and reside in it.

2-turn an empty place into an inhabited place: a town for example.

In more archaic Arabic

– to marry someone

أُهِلَ – with Qibbuts

-for a country or a mountain: to become inhabited

-a dish: to add fat to it

-a person: to welcome him/her

َأَهَّل [ah-hala]

-qualify someone; e.g. it qualifies me to etc.

-to deserve or be deserving of.

أَهَلَّ – [a-hal-la]

-for the month: half moon appears (as if to say hello which means Ahlan)

-for the half moon: to appear

In Archaic: added meanings

-for the cloud – to rain (God ahalla the cloud to rain)

-to glorify God

-to look at the half moon

-to pronounce the name of the Devine when about to kill the sacrifice.

-to call for prayer

-to show signs of thirst

-for a little body: to sob

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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