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General Root Meaning
To dream, have a vision. Attain to puberty. Experience an emission of seminal fluid (whether awake or in sleep), dream of copulation in sleep. To be forbearing or clement, to forgive and conceal offences, to be moderate/gentle/deliberate/leisurely in manner, patient.
   aḥlāmin   (1)

They said, "Confused dreams, and not we (are) in the interpretation (of) the dreams learned."

Nay, they say, "Muddled dreams; nay, he (has) invented it; nay, he (is) a poet. So let him bring us a sign like what was sent (to) the former."

   aḥlāmuhum   (1)

Or command them their minds this, or they (are) a people transgressing?

   l-aḥlāmi   (1)

They said, "Confused dreams, and not we (are) in the interpretation (of) the dreams learned."

   l-ḥuluma   (2)

O you who believe! Let ask your permission those whom possess your right hands and those who (have) not reached puberty among you (at) three times, from before (the) prayer (of) dawn, and when you put aside your garments at noon and from after (the) prayer (of) night. (These) three (are) times of privacy for you. Not on you and not on them any blame after that (as) moving about among you, some of you among others. Thus makes clear Allah for you the Verses, and Allah (is) All-Knower, All-Wise.

And when reach the children among you the puberty then let them ask permission as asked permission those who (were) from (were) before them. Thus makes clear Allah for you His Verses. And Allah (is) All-Knower All-Wise.

   l-ḥalīmu   (1)

They said, "O Shuaib! Does your prayer command you that we leave what worship our forefathers, or that we do concerning our wealth what we will? Indeed you, surely you (are) the forbearing, the right-minded."

   ḥalīmun   (3)

A word kind and (seeking) forgiveness (are) better than a charity followed [it] (by) hurt. And Allah (is) All-Sufficient, All-Forbearing.

Indeed, those who turned back among you (on the) day met the two hosts - only made them slip the Shaitaan for some (of) what they (had) earned. And surely forgave Allah [on] them, indeed, Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, All-Forbearing.

And for you (is) half (of) what (is) left by your wives if not is for them a child. But if is for them a child, then for you (is) the fourth of what they left, from after any will they have made [for which] or any debt. And for them (is) the fourth of what you left, if not is for you a child. But if is for you a child, then for them (is) the eighth of what you left from after any will you have made [for which] or any debt. And if [is] a man (whose wealth) is to be inheri (has) no parent or child or a women and for him (is) a brother or a sister, then for each one of (the) two (is) the sixth. But if they are more than that, then they (are) partners in the third, from after any will was made [for which] or any debt without (being) harmful. An ordinance from Allah. And Allah (is) All-Knowing, All-Forbearing.

O you who believe! (Do) not ask about things if made clear to you, it may distress you and if you ask about it when is being revealed the Quran it would be made clear to you. has pardoned Allah [about] it, and Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, All-Forbearing.

And not was (the) asking of forgiveness (by) Ibrahim for his father except because (of) a promise he had promised it (to) him. But when it became clear to him that he (was) an enemy to Allah, he disassociated from him. Indeed, Ibrahim (was) compassionate, forbearing.

Not will take you to task Allah for (what is) unintentional in your oaths, [and] but He takes you to task for what (have) earned your hearts. And Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Forbearing.

And (there is) no blame upon you in what you hint [with it] of marriage proposal [to] the women or you conceal it in yourselves. Knows Allah that you will mention them, [and] but (do) not promise them (widows) secretly except that you say a saying honorable. And (do) not resolve (on) the knot (of) marriage until reaches the prescribed term its end. And know that Allah knows what (is) within yourselves so beware of Him. And know that Allah (is) Oft-Forgiving, Most Forbearing.

Surely, He will admit them (to) an entrance they will be pleased (with) it And indeed, Allah surely, (is) All-Knowing, Most Forbearing.

If you loan (to) Allah a loan goodly, He will multiply it for you and will forgive you. And Allah (is) Most Appreciative, Most Forbearing,

   ḥalīmin   (1)

So We gave him the glad tiding of a boy forbearing.

   ḥalīman   (2)

Glorify [to] Him the heavens seven and the earth and whatever (is) in them. And (there is) not any thing except glorifies His Praise, but not you understand their glorification. Indeed, He is Ever-Forbearing, Oft-Forgiving."

You may defer whom you will of them or you may take to yourself whom you will. And whoever you desire of those whom you (had) set aside - then (there is) no blame upon you. That (is) more suitable that may be cooled their eyes and not they grieve and they maybe pleased with what you have given them - all of them. And Allah knows what (is) in your hearts. And is Allah All-Knower, Most Forbearing.

Indeed, Allah upholds the heavens and the earth, lest they cease. And if they should cease, not can uphold them any one from after Him. Indeed, He is Most Forbearing, Oft-Forgiving.

   laḥalīmun   (1)

Indeed, Ibrahim (was) certainly forbearing, imploring, and oft-returning.

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