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ح س س
Haa-Siin-Siin
General Root Meaning
To slaughter, extirpate, destroy, kill, make one’s perceiving powers dead, rout, make one's sound or motion to cease, trod and despise someone or a people, devour, blast or burn, carry or remove or shake off, to be tender or compassionate towards someone (lit., to feel for someone), lament for someone, perceive or become sensible of something, know a thing by means of any of the senses, ascertain a thing, know a thing certainly, to be certain or sure of something, to listen, to seek repeatedly/time after time to know a thing, ask or inquire after news or tidings of something, inquire or seek for information about something or someone, to be pulled out or up or off, to be eradicated or displaced, fall out or come out, fall continuously/by degrees/one part after another, break into pieces.
   aḥassa   (1)

3:52
Then when perceived Isa from them [the] disbelief he said, "Who (will be) my helpers to Allah." Said the disciples "We (will be the) helpers (of) Allah, we believe[d] in Allah and bear witness that we (are) Muslims.

   aḥassū   (1)

21:12
Then when they perceived Our torment, behold, they from it were fleeing.

   tuḥissu   (1)

19:98
And how many We (have) destroyed before them of a generation? Can you perceive of them any one or hear from them a sound?

   taḥussūnahum   (1)

3:152
And certainly fulfilled to you Allah His promise, when you were killing them by His permission, until when you lost courage and you fell into dispute concerning the order and you disobeyed from after [what] He (had) shown you what you love. Among you (are some) who desire the world and among you (are some) who desire the Hereafter. Then He diverted you from them so that He may test you. And surely He forgave you. And Allah (is the) Possessor (of) Bounty for the believers.

   ḥasīsahā   (1)

21:102
Not they will hear (the) slightest sound of it and they in what desire their souls will abide forever.

   fataḥassasū   (1)

12:87
O my sons! Go and inquire about Yusuf and his brother, and not despair of (the) Mercy (of) Allah. Indeed, none despairs of (the) Mercy (of) Allah except the people the disbelievers."

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