See also: دين

AzerbaijaniEdit

Other scripts
Cyrillic дин
Roman din
Perso-Arabic دین

NounEdit

دین (din) (definite accusative دینی(dini), plural دینلر(dinlər))

  1. Arabic spelling of din (religion)

DeclensionEdit


Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Persian دِین‎.

NounEdit

دین (din)

  1. religion

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from Arabic دَيْن(dayn).

NounEdit

دین (deyn)

  1. debt

PersianEdit

 
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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Persian dyn' (dēn), from Old Persian or Avestan 𐬛𐬀𐬉𐬥𐬁(daēnā, religion, vision), ultimately from Proto-Indo-Iranian *dʰayHanā- (compare Sanskrit ध्यान (dhyāna)). The broken plural ادیان(adyân) is borrowed from Arabic أَدْيَان(ʾadyān), plural of دِين(dīn).

NounEdit

Dari Persian دین
Iranian Persian
Tajik дин (din)

دین (din) (plural دین‌ها(din-hâ) or ادیان(adyân))

  1. religion
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic دَيْن(dayn), from Ancient Greek δάνειον (dáneion, loan; debt).

NounEdit

دین (deyn)

  1. loan
  2. debt

UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit दीन (dīna).

AdjectiveEdit

دین (dīn) (Hindi spelling दीन)

  1. poor
  2. needy
  3. indigent
  4. distressed

Etymology 2Edit

From Sanskrit दिन (dina).

AdjectiveEdit

دین (dain) (Hindi spelling दैन)

  1. daily
  2. diurnal

Etymology 3Edit

From Persian, from Middle Persian dyn' (dēn).

NounEdit

دین (dīnm (Hindi spelling दीन)

  1. faith
  2. religion

Etymology 4Edit

From Arabic دَيْن(dayn).

NounEdit

دین (dainm (Hindi spelling दैन)

  1. debt
  2. loan

Etymology 5Edit

From Sanskrit दीन (dīna).

NounEdit

دین (dainm (Hindi spelling दैन)

  1. poverty
  2. misery
  3. lowliness