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  1. List of dictionaries by number of words - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Kurdish Language Dictionary Authority,Kurdish language unity Contains 735,320 keywords from A few Kurdish dialects.However, in these censuses, other dialects of Kurdish and idiom, phraseology and discourse in Kurdish were not counted.With all dialects the Kurdish language contains a total of 1,200,000 words.

  2. Oromo language - Wikipedia

    1 day ago · Within Ethiopia, Oromo is the language with the largest number of native speakers. Within Africa, Oromo is the language with the fourth most speakers, after Arabic (if one counts the mutually unintelligible spoken forms of Arabic as a single language and assumes the same for the varieties of Oromo), Swahili, and Hausa.

  3. دان - Wiktionaryدان
    • Arabic
    • Kurdish
    • Malay
    • Persian


    From the root د ي ن‎ (d-y-n). Compare Hebrew דן‎.


    دَانَ • (dāna) I, non-past يَدِينُ‎‎ (yadīnu), passive participle مَدِين‎ (madīn) or مَدْيُون‎ (madyūn) 1. to owe (money) 2. to borrow 3. to lend 4. to compel 5. to render contemptible 6. to submit, to yield, to obey


    From Proto-Indo-European *deh₃- (“to give”).


    دان • (dan) 1. give(transfer the possession of something to someone else)

    Alternative forms

    1. dan


    1. IPA(key): /dan/ 2. Rhymes: -dan, -an


    دان (Rumi spelling dan‎) 1. and (used to connect two similar words, phrases, et cetera)

    Etymology 1

    From Middle Persian [script needed] (dʾn' /dān/), from Proto-Iranian *daHnáH, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *dʰaHnáH, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰoHnéh₂.

    Etymology 2

    From Middle Persian [script needed] (-dʾn' /-dān/).

    See also

    1. Category:Persian words suffixed with ـدان

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  5. Yahudi - Wiktionary
    • English
    • Indonesian
    • Turkish


    From Arabic يَهُودِيّ‎ (yahūdiyy).


    Yahudi (plural Yahudis or Yahud) 1. A Jew.

    Further reading

    1. Frantzman, Seth J. (2019-05-14), “BBC slammed for mistranslating 'Yahud' as 'Israeli'”, in The Jerusalem Post‎


    From Arabic يهودي‎.

    Proper noun

    Yahudi 1. Jews 2. Judaism 3. Hebrews


    From Ottoman Turkish یاهودی‎ (yahudi), borrowed from Arabic يَهُودِيّ‎ (yahūdiyy).


    1. IPA(key): [jɑhʊˈdi]


    Yahudi (definite accusative Yahudiyi, plural Yahudiler) 1. Jew, adherent of Judaism. 2. A character in traditional Turkish shadow plays and orta oyunu.

  6. retronym - Wiktionary

    1 day ago · 1982 December 26, William Safire, “On Language: Watch what you say”, in New York Times‎: The phrase is a retronym , the term Frank Mankiewicz has coined to describe names of familiar objects or events that need a modifier to catch up to more modern objects: day baseball and natural turf are in the same category as analog watch.

  7. Repugnance definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    1 day ago · Repugnance definition: inconsistency or contradiction | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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    1 day ago · Savor definition: that quality of a thing which acts on the sense of taste or of smell | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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