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ح م
Haa-Miim
General Root Meaning
Muqatta'at Letters - To heat or melt something, to be or become hot, to become black, to be rendered black by heat, to be affected with fever, hasten the going or departure of (a camel), to decree or appoint a thing or matter, blacken one's face with charcoal, approach or draw near to someone, desire/seek to obtain or demand something from a person, to be affected with confusion/perplexity/fear/impatience/anxiety, to be disquieted or agitated or grieved.
To clean out mud (from a well).
Hama’un: black feted mud, mud transmuted or moulded into shape, slack mud.
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