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harem   
      

It Has 5 letters ( h a r e m )         2 vowels ( a e )         3 consonants ( h r m )         Word on the contrary merah

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English - Etymology

From Turkish _harem_, from Arabic _حرم_ (ḥaram, “something prohibited; sanctuary, women”); and later also from _حريم_ (ḥarīm) with same meaning, both from _حرم_ (ḥaruma, “be forbidden or unlawful”). (Eng. usg. 1623)

From Turkish harem, from Arabic حرم (ḥaram, something prohibited; sanctuary, women); and later also from حريم (ḥarīm) with same meaning, both from حرم (ḥaruma, be forbidden or unlawful). (Eng. usg. 1623)

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* (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈhɛərəm/ * IPA: /ˈhɛrəm/

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HAREM (_plural_ HAREMS) * The private part of an Arab household. In traditional Arab culture, this part of the household was forbidden to male strangers. * A group of women, wives and/or concubines in a polygamous household. * A group of female animals (cows) herded and controlled by a male animal (bull) of that species for breeding purposes. Such behaviour is exhibited by bovids including cattle and buffalo as well as moose, elephants, seals, sea lions, sea elephants. TRANSLATIONS SEE ALSO

harem (plural harems)

  1. The private part of an Arab household. In traditional Arab culture, this part of the household was forbidden to male strangers.
  2. A group of women, wives and/or concubines in a polygamous household.
  3. A group of female animals (cows) herded and controlled by a male animal (bull) of that species for breeding purposes. Such behaviour is exhibited by bovids including cattle and buffalo as well as moose, elephants, seals, sea lions, sea elephants.

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Which the in categoryENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* herma

Which the in categoryITALIAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Italian - Etymology

Turkish

Turkish

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Italian - Noun

HAREM m (_invariable_) * harem

harem m (invariable)

  1. harem

Which the in categoryPOLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Polish - Etymology

From Turkish _harem_, from Arabic _حرم_ (ḥaram)

From Turkish harem, from Arabic حرم (ḥaram)

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Polish - Noun

HAREM m * harem DECLENSION DERIVED TERMS * haremowy

harem m

  1. harem

Declension

Derived terms

  • haremowy

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Serbo-Croatian - Etymology

From Ottoman Turkish _حرم_ (harem), from Arabic _حرم_ (ḥaram).

From Ottoman Turkish حرم (harem), from Arabic حرم (ḥaram).

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Serbo-Croatian - Noun

HÁREM m (_Cyrillic spelling_ ХА́РЕМ) * harem DECLENSION

hárem m (Cyrillic spelling ха́рем)

  1. harem

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Turkish - Etymology

From Arabic _حرم_ (ḥaram).

From Arabic حرم (ḥaram).

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Turkish - Noun

HAREM * harem

harem

  1. harem


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