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ʔahl أَهْل , pl. ʔahlūn , ʔahālin (def. al‑ʔahālī )
ID 047 • Sw – • BP 128 • APD ... • Aut SG
ʔHL
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relatives, folks, ‎family; kin, kinfolk; wife; (with foll. genit.) people, members, followers, adherents, possessors, etc.; ‎inhabitants; deserving, worthy; fit, suited, qualified; eligible, competent; – pl. ʔahlūn members of the ‎family, relatives; (with foll. genit.) adherents, followers, members (of a movement, religion, etc.); – ‎pl. ʔahālin (def. al-ʔahālī ) population, inhabitants (of a city, a country); ‏the ‎natives, the native population – WehrCowan1979... – WehrCowan1979.
“[O]riginally meaning ‘those who occupy with one the same ‎tent (Hebrew ōhel )’, thus ‘family, inmates’. Therefore ahl al-Bayt means literally ‘the ‎household of the Prophet’. When the ahl (pl. ahālī ) of a town or a country is spoken of it ‎denotes its inhabitants [...]. But this word is often connected with other concepts, and is in these ‎combinations more loosely used, so that it may come to mean ‘sharing in a thing, belonging to it’, ‎or ‘owner of the same’, etc.”.1
1. EI² , art. “ahl” ‎‎(anon.).
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See also √ʔHL .
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