Origin of harem
Examples from the Web for haram
Contemporary Examples of haram
“They say that drinking is haram,” or sinful under Islamic law.With New Turkish Liquor Ban, Raki Goes Underground
June 13, 2014
Historical Examples of haram
And they say, that the military uniforms now introducing, are haram or unlawful.Journal of a Residence at Bagdad
At Moorshedabad were the court, the haram, and the public offices.Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)
Thomas Babington Macaulay
Now there is just such a rock-fortress in the north-west part of the Haram.Tent Work in Palestine
Claude Reignier Conder
Barrack in the Haram, 20;the rock near it the site of Antonia Tower, 59, 64.
They may be seen on the south and at the south-west corner of the Haram (Fig. 4).
Word Origin for haram
Word Origin for harem
1630s, from Turkish harem, from Arabic haram "wives and concubines," originally "women's quarters," literally "something forbidden or kept safe," from root of harama "he guarded, forbade."