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ح ج ر
Haa-Jiim-Ra
General Root Meaning
To deprive from, harden, hide, resist, forbid, prevent, hinder, prohibit access (to a place). To prevent/hinder/debar/withhold/restrain from a person or thing, prohibit/forbid/inhibit/interdict, to make boundary or enclose a thing, burn a mark around the eye of a camel or beast, to surround, make a thing unlawful or unallowable to a person, to be emboldened or encouraged, to slaughter by cutting the throat.
hajar - a rock/stone or mass of rock.
   l-ḥijārati   (1)

2:74
Then hardened your hearts from after that so they (became) like [the] stones or stronger (in) hardness. And indeed, from the stones certainly (there are some) whi gush forth from it [the] rivers, and indeed, from them certainly (there are some) whi split, so comes out from it [the] water, and indeed, from them certainly (there are some) whi fall down from fear (of) Allah. And not (is) Allah unaware of what you do.

   l-ḥajara   (1)

2:60
And when asked (for) water Musa for his people, [so] We said, "Strike with your staff the stone." Then gushed forth from it two ten (i.e twelve) springs. Indeed knew all (the) people their drinking place. "Eat and drink from (the) provision (of) Allah, and (do) not act wickedly in the earth spreading corruption."

7:160
And We divided them (into) two ten (i.e twelve) tribes (as) communities. And We inspired to Musa, when asked him for water his people, [that] "Strike with your staff the stone." Then gushed forth from it two ten (i.e twelve) springs. Certainly, knew each people their drinking place. And We shaded [on] them (with) the clouds and We sent down upon them, the Manna and the quails. "Eat from (the) good things which We have provided you." And not they wronged Us but they were (to) themselves doing wrong.

   l-ḥij'ri   (1)

15:80
And certainly denied (the) companions (of) the Rocky Tract, the Messengers.

   l-ḥujurāti   (1)

49:4
Indeed, those who call you from behind the private chambers, most of them (do) not understand.

   biḥijāratin   (1)

105:4
Striking them with stones of baked clay.

   ḥijāratan   (2)

8:32
And when they said, "O Allah! If was this it the truth from You then (send) rain upon us (of) stones from the sky or bring (upon) us a punishment painful."

11:82
So when came Our Command, We made its upside, its downside, and We rained upon them stones of baked clay (in) layers.

15:74
And We made its highest (part) its lowest, and We rained upon them stones of baked clay.

17:50
Say, "Be stones or iron.

51:33
That we may send down upon them stones of clay,

   ḥij'run   (1)

6:138
And they say, "These (are) cattle and crops (are) forbidden, no (one) can eat them except whom we will," by their claim. And cattle, forbidden (are) their backs and cattle not they mention (the) name (of) Allah on it (as) an invention against Him. He will recompense them for what they used to invent.

   ḥij'rin   (1)

89:5
Is in that (not) an oath for those who understand?

   ḥij'ran   (1)

25:22
(The) Day they see the Angels, no glad tidings (will be) that Day for the criminals, and they will say, "A partition forbidden."

   ḥujūrikum   (1)

4:23
Forbidden to you (are) your mothers and your daughters and your sisters and your father's sisters and your mother's sisters and daughters (of) brothers, and daughters (of) sisters and (the) mothers who nursed you and your sisters from the nursing and mothers (of) your wives and your step daughters who (are) in your guardianship of your women whom you had relations with them, but if not you had relations with them, then (there is) no sin on you. And wives (of) your sons, those who (are) from your loins and that you gather together [between] two sisters except what has passed before. Indeed, Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most-Merciful.

   kal-ḥijārati   (1)

2:74
Then hardened your hearts from after that so they (became) like [the] stones or stronger (in) hardness. And indeed, from the stones certainly (there are some) whi gush forth from it [the] rivers, and indeed, from them certainly (there are some) whi split, so comes out from it [the] water, and indeed, from them certainly (there are some) whi fall down from fear (of) Allah. And not (is) Allah unaware of what you do.

   maḥjūran   (1)

25:22
(The) Day they see the Angels, no glad tidings (will be) that Day for the criminals, and they will say, "A partition forbidden."

25:53
And He (is) the One Who (has) released the two seas [this] (one) palatable and sweet and [this] (one) salty (and) bitter, and He has made between them a barrier and a partition forbidden.

   wal-ḥijāratu   (2)

2:24
But if not you do, and never will you do, then fear the Fire whose [its] fuel (is) [the] men and [the] stones, prepared for the disbelievers.

66:6
O you who believe! Protect yourselves and your families (from) a Fire whose fuel (is) people and stones, over it (are) Angels stern, severe; not they disobey Allah (in) what He Commands them but they do what they are commanded.

   waḥij'ran   (1)

25:53
And He (is) the One Who (has) released the two seas [this] (one) palatable and sweet and [this] (one) salty (and) bitter, and He has made between them a barrier and a partition forbidden.

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