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K-F-R (in Arabic script: ك-ف-ر; in Hebrew script: כ-פ-ר) is the triconsonantal root of many Arabic and Hebrew words, and many of those words are used as names.
1.2 Sunni Hadith,
Kufr (Arabic: كفر), Kefirah (Hebrew: כְּפִירָה) -- negation of the faith; disbelief,
Kāfir (Arabic: كافر), pl. Kuffār (كفار), Kofer (Hebrew: כופר), pl. Kofrim (Hebrew: כופרים) -- "coverer" -- unbeliever; "a person who hides or covers the truth",
Takfīr (Arabic: تكفير) -- excommunication,
Mukaffir (Arabic: مكفر) -- the act which precipitates takfīr,
Kafare (Arabic) -- sentence for a crime, for example lashes for adultery, used in religious issues,
Kfar (Hebrew: כפר); kafr Arabic: كفر) -- village,
Kaffārah (Arabic: كفارة); Kofer (Hebrew: כופר) -- compensation for damages in Quranic, Talmudic and Mishnaic tort law.,
Kaparah (Hebrew: כפרה) -- atonement for a transgression, or compensation through monetary or spiritual means. See Kaparot (Hebrew: כפרות),
Yom Kippur (Hebrew: יוֹם כִּפּוּר) -- the day of atonement,
كافر (kāfir) will appear on the front of the face of dajjāl (Arabic: دجال). In 2012, prominent expert in symbolism Dr. Omar Zaid published the K F R sign as a rotation of the eye of Horus. This has led to the view that the dajjal in Hadith is the figure of Horus.
Kafara -- "to cover" -- as a pre-Islamic term it described farmers burying seeds in the ground, covering them with soil while planting.,
Kafar -- sentence for a crime, 20 years for murder; used in more general issues,
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Notable Semitic roots (c.f. Wiktionary)
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