See also: خد‎, جد, and خذ

ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ح د د(ḥ-d-d).

Pronunciation 1Edit

VerbEdit

حَدَّ (ḥadda) I, non-past يَحُدُّ‎‎ (yaḥuddu)
حَدَّ (ḥadda) I, non-past يَحَدُّ‎‎ (yaḥaddu)

  1. to sharpen
  2. to sharpen one's look
  3. to limit, confine, define, distinguish
  4. to restrain, prevent, hinder
  5. to chastise
  6. to refuse
ConjugationEdit
VerbEdit

حَدَّ (ḥadda) I, non-past يَحُدُّor يَحِدُّ‎‎ (yaḥuddu or yaḥiddu)

  1. to put off all ornaments
  2. to wear mourning apparel
ConjugationEdit
VerbEdit

حَدَّ (ḥadda) I, non-past يَحِدُّ‎‎ (yaḥiddu)

  1. to be sharp, to be cutting
ConjugationEdit
VerbEdit

حَدَّ (ḥadda) I, non-past يَحُدُّor يَحِدُّ‎‎ (yaḥuddu or yaḥiddu)

  1. to be violent, empassioned, enraged
  2. (construed with عَلَى(ʿalā)) to fly into a passion against
  3. (passive) to be unhappy, unfortunate, miserable
ConjugationEdit

Pronunciation 2Edit

  • IPA(key): /ħadd/
  • (file)
NounEdit

حَدّ (ḥaddm (plural حُدُود(ḥudūd))

  1. verbal noun of حَدَّ (ḥadda) (form I)
  2. limit
  3. boundary, border
  4. frontier
  5. term
  6. end, goal, aim
  7. district
  8. reach, sphere of action
  9. difference
  10. definition
  11. rule
  12. punishment
  13. edge, point
  14. passion
  15. intoxicating strength of liquors
  16. strength, bravery
  17. energy
  18. manner, way
  19. hindrance
  20. (modern) side
DeclensionEdit
DescendantsEdit
  • Persian: حد(hadd)
    • Bengali: হদ্দ (hôdd)
    • Gujarati: હદ (had)
    • Hindustani:
      Hindi: हद (had)
      Urdu: حَد(had, hadd)
    • Marathi: हद्द (hadda)
    • Punjabi:
      Gurmukhi: ਹੱਦ (hadda)
      Shahmukhi: حَدّ(ḥadd)
AdjectiveEdit

حَدّ (ḥadd) (masculine plural حُدُود(ḥudūd))

  1. violent, passionate
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

حِدْ (ḥid) (form I)

  1. second-person masculine singular active imperative of وَحَدَ(waḥada)
  2. second-person masculine singular active imperative of وَحِدَ(waḥida)
  3. second-person masculine singular active imperative of وَحُدَ(waḥuda)

PersianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic حَدّ(ḥadd).

NounEdit

حدّ (hadd)

  1. limit, border, boundary
  2. (mathematics) limit

DescendantsEdit


PunjabiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian حد(hadd), from Arabic حَدّ(ḥadd).

NounEdit

حَدّ (haddf (Gurmukhi spelling ਹੱਦ)

  1. boundary, limit
    Synonym: سیما(sīmā)

Derived termsEdit


South Levantine ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From or related to Arabic أحد(ʾaḥad, one; someone).

PronounEdit

حد (ḥadd)

  1. Alternative form of حدا(ḥada)

Etymology 2Edit

Root
ح د د

From Arabic حَدَّ(ḥadda).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

حدّ (ḥadd) (form I, present بحدّ(biḥodd))

  1. to delimit
  2. to enclose, to confine
ConjugationEdit
    Conjugation of حدّ (ḥadd)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m حدّيت(ḥaddēt) حدّيت(ḥaddēt) حدّ (ḥadd) حدّينا(ḥaddēna) حدّيتو(ḥaddētu) حدّو(ḥaddu)
f حدّيتي(ḥaddēti) حدّت(ḥaddat)
present m بحدّ(baḥodd) بتحدّ(bitḥodd) بحدّ(biḥodd) منحدّ(minḥodd) بتحدّو(bitḥoddu) بحدّو(biḥoddu)
f بتحدّي(bitḥoddi) بتحدّ(bitḥodd)
subjunctive m احدّ(aḥodd) تحدّ(tḥodd) يحدّ(yḥodd) نحدّ(nḥodd) تحدّو(tḥoddu) يحدّو(yḥoddu)
f تحدّي(tḥoddi) تحدّ(tḥodd)
imperative m حدّ (ḥodd) حدّو(ḥoddu)
f حدّي(ḥoddi)

Etymology 3Edit

From Arabic حَدّ(ḥadd).

NounEdit

حدّ (ḥaddm (plural حدود(ḥdūd))

  1. limit
  2. border (usually in the plural when referring to the border a country)
Derived termsEdit
  • حدّ أدنى(ḥadd ʔadna, minimum)
  • حدّ أعلى(ḥadd ʔaʕla, maximum), حدّ أقصى(ḥadd ʔaqṣa, maximum)

UrduEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Persian حد(hadd), from Arabic حَدّ(ḥadd).

NounEdit

حد (had, haddf (Hindi spelling हद)

  1. boundary, limit

Derived termsEdit