See also: جدید and حديد

Arabic

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Root
ج د د (j d d)
14 terms

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /d͡ʒa.diːd/
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Adjective

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جَدِيد (jadīd) (feminine جَدِيدَة (jadīda), common plural جُدُد (judud), elative أَجَدّ (ʔajadd))

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References

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  • Wehr, Hans (1979) “جد”, in J. Milton Cowan, editor, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 4th edition, Ithaca, NY: Spoken Language Services, →ISBN

Hijazi Arabic

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ج د د
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Etymology

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From Arabic جَدِيد (jadīd).

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جديد (jadīd) (feminine جديدة (jadīda), common plural جُداد (judād) or جُدُد (judud))

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    Antonym: قَديم (gadīm)

Moroccan Arabic

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ج د د
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Etymology

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From Arabic جَدِيد (jadīd).

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Adjective

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جديد (jdīd) (feminine جديدة (jdīda), common plural جداد (jdād) or جدد (judud), masculine plural جديدين (jdīdīn), feminine plural جديدات (jdīdāt), elative أجدد (ʔajdad) or جدد (jdad))

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    Antonym: قديم (qdīm)

North Levantine Arabic

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ج د د
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Etymology

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From Arabic جَدِيد (jadīd).

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جديد (jdīd) (feminine جديدة (jdīde), common plural جداد (jdēd))

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    Antonym: قديم (ʔadīm)

South Levantine Arabic

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ج د د
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Etymology

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From Arabic جَدِيد (jadīd).

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Adjective

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جديد (jdīd) (feminine جديدة (jdīde), common plural جداد (jdād) or جدد (judod), elative أجد (ʔajadd))

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    Antonym: قديم (ʔadīm)