x̣rm / Semitic roots
To separate, ban, prohibit.
a. harmattan, possibly from Arabic ḥarām, evil thing;;
b. Marrano, probably from Arabic maḥram, something forbidden;;
c. harem, from Arabic ḥarīm, sanctuary, inviolable place, harem. a-c all from Arabic ḥarama, to exclude, deny, prohibit;;
d. ihram, from Arabic ʔiḥrām, state of ritual purity of pilgrims to Mecca, infinitive of ʔaḥrama, to enter ihram, derived stem of ḥarama (see above);;
e. Muharram, from Arabic muḥarram, forbidden, passive participle of ḥarrama, to declare sacred or unlawful, forbid, derived stem of ḥarama (see above)..