Rahim (رحیم)

Etymology

The word "رحیم", "Rahim" means one who perceives and understands all the needs of a creature better than himself and helps to him satisfy all his needs in the best way possible and helps him in relieving all his pains and miseries.

Rahim is rooted from "رحم" on the strength of "فعیل" is anthropomorphist adjective.

Meaning

Any anthropomorphist adjective implies constancy and durability of that adjective. Therefore "الرحیم" illustrates the durability and constancy of God’s mercy, without any kind of condition or limitation, whatsoever.

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