Complete Definition of "Hagar"

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Etymology
From Hebr. ×Ö¸×ָר (Hagar), meaning "Stranger". (Arabic Ùاجر; Hajar; Hebrew ×Ö¸×ָר "Stranger", Standard Hebrew Hagar, Tiberian Hebrew HÄḡÄr)

Pronunciation
italbrac|RP IPA|/ËheɪgÉË/
italbrac|US IPA|/ËheɪgÉËr/

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. In the Bible, the Egyptian concubine of Abraham, mother of Ishmael.
  2. A female given name.

Quotations
1611 â w:King James Version of the Bible|King James Version of the Bible, s:Bible (King James)/Genesis|Genesis 16:15
:And Hagar bare Abram a son: and Abram called his son's name, which Hagar bare, Ishmael.

Translations
trans-top|mother of Ishmael
Arabic: Ùاجر (Hajar)
Dutch: Hagar
Finnish: Haagar
Hebrew: ××ר romanization of Hebrew|Hagár
trans-mid
Spanish: Agar
Turkish: Hacer
trans-bottom

trans-top|female given name
Arabic: Ùاجر (Hajar)
Dutch: Hagar
Hebrew: ××ר romanization of Hebrew|Hagár
trans-mid
Turkish: Hacer
trans-bottom

Category:Biblical characters

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