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مردن

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Persian YMYTWNtn' (murdan), from Proto-Iranian, from Proto-Indo-Iranian, ultimately derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *mer- (to die). Compare Kurdish mirin, مردن, Avestan [script needed] (merə-), Sanskrit मरति (marati), Old Armenian մեռանիմ (meṙanim), Old Church Slavonic мрѣти (mrěti), Lithuanian mirti, Latin morior.

PronunciationEdit

Dari مردن
Iranian Persian مردن
Tajik мурдан (murdan)

VerbEdit

مردن (mordan) (present stem میر (mir))

  1. to die

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UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit

AdjectiveEdit

مردن (mardan) — Hindi spelling: मर्दन

  1. crushing
  2. grinding
  3. breaking
  4. destroying

NounEdit

مردن (mardanmHindi spelling मर्दन

  1. rubbing
  2. touching
  3. anointing
  4. friction
  5. crushing
  6. bruising
  7. trampling

Etymology 2Edit

From Persian مردن (mordan).

NounEdit

مردن (murdanmHindi spelling मुर्दन

  1. death
  2. dying

VerbEdit

مردن (murdan), Hindi spelling: मुर्दन

  1. to die