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A little help with Arabic please.


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I'm trying to read verse 24:31, and I want to know what this means: بِخُمُرِهِنَّ

The translation in corpus.quran.com says it means, "head covers", but every online translation site that I've tried says it has something to do with wine or booze. Could a fluent speaker of Arabic please give me some guidance? Thanks.


Terminal Optimist Judaism

There are multiple meanings to words. I doubt you would put wine on your head.

Putting wine on your head?

In america, we have an expression relating to wine, 'head-buzz'. Actually any intoxicant, but, specifically wine gives a head-buzz.