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softa

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NounEdit

softa (plural softas)

  1. (Islam) A religious student, especially in Turkey.
    • 1896: The softas, concerning whose exploits we have heard so much of late, are the theological students who wish to become ulemas, or, literally, learned men. — Eliakim Littell and Robert S. Littell (1896), Living Age, volume 208, p. 330.

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Etymology 1Edit

From English software.

NounEdit

softa

  1. (computing, jargon) software

Etymology 2Edit

From Turkish

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softa

  1. softa
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