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معلم

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Passive participle of the verb عَلَّمَ (ʿallama, to teach).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

مُعَلَّم (muʿallam)

  1. taught, schooled, instructed, educated, trained
  2. marked, labeled, represented
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Active participle of the verb عَلَّمَ (ʿallama, to teach).

NounEdit

مُعَلِّم (muʿallimm (plural مُعَلِّمُون (muʿallimūn))

  1. teacher, instructor, schoolteacher, tutor, schoolmaster, pedagogue, educator
  2. master of a trade
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Noun of place from the root ع ل م (ʿ-l-m).

NounEdit

مَعْلَم (maʿlamm (plural مَعَالِم (maʿālim))

  1. landmark, milestone, milepost
  2. road sign, signpost, guidepost
  3. place, abode, locality, spot
  4. track, trace
  5. peculiarity
  6. (in plural form) sights, curiosities
  7. (in plural form) traits
  8. (in plural form) outlines, contours
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Active participle of the verb أَعْلَمَ (ʾaʿlama, to inform).

NounEdit

مُعْلِم (muʿlimm

  1. bearer of news, notifier, informer, informant
  2. tattletale, snitch
DeclensionEdit

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic مُعَلِّم (muʿallim).

Alternative formsEdit

  • معلّم (mo'allem) — with a tashdid.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Dari معلم
Iranian Persian معلم
Tajik муаллим (muallim)

معلم (mo'allem) (plural معلمان (mo'allemân) or معلم‌ها (mo'allem-hâ))

  1. teacher

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UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic مُعَلِّم (muʿallim)

NounEdit

معلم (mu'allimm (Hindi spelling मुअल्लिम)

  1. teacher
  2. tutor
  3. instructor
Related termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic مُعَلَّم (muʿallam)

NounEdit

معلم (mu'allamm (Hindi spelling मुअल्लम)

  1. student
  2. pupil