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ح ب ر
General Root Meaning
To make beautiful, delight, be joyful, cheer anyone. Habbara: To put ink - To beautify a thing, adorn or embellish a thing, make plain, effect someone with a happiness or joy or gladness, treat a person with honour, to be marked or scarred (the skin after beating), par a thing well.
   aḥbārahum   (1)

They have taken their rabbis and their monks (as) Lords from besides Allah and the Messiah, son (of) Maryam. And not they were commanded except that they worship God One. (There) is no god except Him. Glory be to Him from what they associate (with Him).

   l-aḥbāri   (1)

O you who believe! Indeed, many of the rabbis and the monks surely eat (the) wealth (of) the people in falsehood, and hinder from (the) way (of) Allah. And those who hoard the gold and the silver, and (do) not spend it in (the) way (of) Allah, [so] give them tidings of a punishment painful.

   tuḥ'barūna   (1)

Enter Paradise, you and your spouses delighted."

   wal-aḥbāru   (2)

Why (do) not forbid them, the Rabbis and the religious scholars from their saying the sinful and their eating (of) the forbidden? Surely, evil (is) what they used to do.

Indeed, We revealed the Taurat in it (was) Guidance and light; judged by it the Prophets, those who had submitted (to Allah) for those who were Jews, and the Rabbis, and the scholars, with what they were entrusted of (the) Book (of) Allah and they were to it witnesses. So (do) not fear the people but fear Me, and (do) not sell My Verses (for) a price, little. And whoever (does) not judge by what has revealed Allah, then those [they] (are) the disbelievers.

   yuḥ'barūna   (1)

Then as for those who believed and did righteous deeds, so they in a Garden will be delighted.

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