Dhaqan (Af Ingiriis : culture; Af carabi: ثقافة)[1] waa nolosha, hadalka, luuqada, aqoonta, fanka, suugaanta, ciyaaraha, hido iyo dhaqanka iyo guud ahaan hab nololeedka bulsho leedahay kaasi oo noqon kara wax sawir guud oo dadka kale ka heeystaan bulshadaasi. Sidoo kale dhaqanku waa shay leh macne badan oo kala duwan oo isla xidhiidha . si kastaba ha ahaatee, kalmada "beer" waa ta badanaa la istticmaalo saddexda macnaha aasaasigaa:

  • Dhadhanka fiican ee fanka fiicans iyo baniaadanimo, sidoo kale waxa loo yaqaanaa dhaqan ka suuban
  • aqoonta bani aadamka ee isla xidhiidha, aaminsanida, iyo dhaqanka kaas oo ku xidhan hawl karnimada uu qofku ku fikiro iyo barashada bulshada
  • noocyada dabeecadaha la wadaago, qiimayaasha, hadafyada, iyo caadooyinka taas oo ay dhaqan u yihiin xeerarka, ururada, ama kooxuhu
Nag Soomaali -- garbasaar iyo shash.
Somali lahoh.
To apply it on the hair; Henna powder is mixed with water and then applied on the hair
waa dhaqankii hore ee somaalida
laasgeel waa meel ku caana aasaartii hore ee qadiimiaga ahayd kuna taala bariga magaalada hargeisa
Petroglyphs maalin casriya Gobustan, Azerbaijan,dib u taariikhayn10 000 C.H taas oo tilmaamaysa dhaqanka suuban


faraaciinian fanka, 1 400 C.H

marka fikradu marka hore la hagaajiyey qarnigii sideedaad- iyo qarnigii sagaalaad ee yurub, iyadu maaha hab loogu talo galay qodaalka ama horumar, as in beeraha or beer falid. qarnigii sagaal iyo tobnaad,waxa lagu tilmaamay xubnaha ama ama sinaanshaha ee qof walba ,gaaar ahaan dhinaca waxbarasho, ka dibna buuxinta qaranimodoonka.badhtamihii qarnigii saagaal iyo tobnaad,saynisyahanada qaar baa isticmaala kalmada "dhaqan" tsi ay u tibaaxaan awooda baniaadamka ee caalamigaa.ee jarmalka nonpositivist sociologist Georg Simmel, culture referred to "the cultivation of individuals through the agency of external forms which have been objectified in the course of history".[2]


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  1. Harper, Douglas (2001). Online Etymology Dictionary
  2. Levine, Donald (ed) 'Simmel: On individuality and social forms' Chicago University Press, 1971. p6.