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ḥarraẗ حَرّة , pl. ‑āt
ID ... • Sw – • BP – • APD ... • Aut SG
ḤRː (ḤRR)
n.f.
stony area; volcanic country, lava field – WehrCowan1979.
▪ A relation between ḥarraẗ and other values of √ḤRR (‘heat, to burn’, ‘to be born free’, ‘silk’) seems rather unlikely, cf. →ḤRR. Some ClassAr dictionaries describe it as »though burned with fire« (Lane) and thus tend to explain it as dependent on →ḥarr ‘heat’.
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▪ DRS 9 (2010)#ḤRR–2 Ar ḥarraẗ , Qat mḥrr ‘terrain rocheux, terre pierreuse’.
▪ Any relation between ḥarraẗ and other values of √ḤRR (‘heat, to burn’, ‘to be born free’, ‘silk’)? Cf. →ḤRR.
▪ Some ClassAr dictionaries describe ḥarraẗ as a »stony tract ... though burned with fire« (Lane) and thus tend to explain it as dependent on →ḥarr ‘heat’. Doubtful!
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