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Indonesian

Etymology

From Arabic روح (rūħ), soul).

Noun

ruh

  1. soul

Old English

Etymology

From West Germanic *rūhwa-. Cognate with Middle Low German rūch (Dutch ruig and ruw), Old High German rūh (German rauh).

Pronunciation

Adjective

rūh

  1. rough, hairy
    Min broðer ys ruh and ic eom smeðe: my brother is hairy and I am smooth. (Genesis)

Old High German

Etymology

West Germanic *ruhwa, whence also Old English ruh

Adjective

rūh

  1. rough

Turkish

Etymology

From Arabic روح (rūħ), soul)

Noun

ruh

  1. soul, spirit

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