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Kazakh friend: I want to learn Arabic, i need to use some Arabic sources.
Me: It is very wise step, I encourage you to learn arabic.
KF: So, Let’s start with your sentence, What does wise mean, how to say it in Arabic?
Me : Hakīm (حكيم) Wise means Hakīm, He is so wise, he is Hakīm.
Ḥakīm and Ḥākim are two Arabic titles derived from the same trilateral root Ḥ-K-M “appoint, choose, judge”.
it is also in Hebrew Hakham (or chakam(i), haham(i), hacham(i); Hebrew: חכם ḥaḵam, “wise”) is a term in Judaism, meaning a wise or skilful man; it often refers to someone who is a great Torah scholar.
With the same letters we can write many different words :
Hākim : Ruler
Hakīm : Wise man
Hukum : Rule, Court judgment
Hakam : He ruled.
Hukmuh : His regime.
Hākam : He judged, to judge someone (Judger, take an idea about someone, don’t judge people )
Hikam : proverbs. plural
Hikma : Proverb, Singular
Mahkama : Court
Mahākim : Court(s) , plural
Hukuma : Government
Hukima : someone judged him.
Kazakh Friend : I was never Hakim to ask you.