The triliteral root dāl hā nūn (د ه ن) occurs five times in the Quran, in four derived forms:
twice as the form IV verb yud'hinu (يُدْهِنُ)
once as the noun dihān (دِّهَان)
once as the noun duh'n (دُّهْن)
once as the form IV active participle mud'hinūn (مُّدْهِنُون)
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