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See also: حد‎, جد, and خذ

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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root خ د د(ḵ-d-d)

NounEdit

خَدّ (ḵaddm (dual خَدَّانِ(ḵaddāni), plural خُدُود(ḵudūd))

  1. cheek
    • 11 Century CE, Wallada bint al-Mustakfi, أنا واللّه أصلح للمعالي [I am, by Allah, fit for high positions]
      أُمَكِّنُ عَاشِقِي مِنْ صَحْنِ خَدِّي‎‎
      ʾumakkinu ʿāšiqī min ṣaḥni ḵaddī
      Forsooth I allow my lover to kiss my cheek

DeclensionEdit


Egyptian ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ء خ ذ(ʾ-ḵ-ḏ)

VerbEdit

خد (khad), ياخد‎ (yaakhud)

  1. to take (to grab with the hands)

Etymology 2Edit

From root خ د د(ḵ-d-d)

NounEdit

خدّ (khaddm, pl خدود‎ (khuduud)

  1. (anatomy) cheek (part of face)