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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ر ش د(r-š-d).

VerbEdit

رَشَدَ (rašada) I, non-past يَرْشُدُ‎‎ (yaršudu)
رَشِدَ (rašida) I, non-past يَرْشَدُ‎‎ (yaršadu)

  1. to go the right way, to follow the right course
  2. to hold the right belief, to be orthodox
  3. to be well guided
  4. to be of age
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Etymology 2Edit

Causative of رَشَدَ(rašada, to follow the right course, be orthodox).

VerbEdit

رَشَّدَ (raššada) II, non-past يُرَشِّدُ‎‎ (yuraššidu)

  1. to cause to follow the right course, to lead on the right course
  2. to guide, to preserve from error
  3. to cause to hold a right belief, to cause to be orthodox
  4. to pronounce (someone) to be one who follows the right course (said of a judge)
  5. to pronounce (someone) to be orthodox (said of a judge)
ConjugationEdit
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Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

رُشْد (rušdm

  1. verbal noun of رَشَدَ (rašada) (form I)
  2. going the right way, following the right course
  3. holding the right belief, being orthodox
  4. being well guided
  5. being of age, maturity of intellect
    بَلَغَ رُشْدَهُ‎ ― balaḡa rušdahuhe came of age
  6. rectitude, right conduct combined with firmness
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Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

رَشَد (rašadm

  1. verbal noun of رَشِدَ (rašida) (form I)
  2. going the right way, following the right course
  3. holding the right belief, being orthodox
  4. being well guided
  5. being of age, maturity of intellect
  6. rectitude, right conduct combined with firmness
  7. right path
DeclensionEdit
ReferencesEdit
  • Steingass, Francis Joseph (1884), “رشد”, in The Student's Arabic–English Dictionary, London: W.H. Allen
  • Wehr, Hans (1979), “رشد”, in J. Milton Cowan, editor, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 4th edition, Ithaca, NY: Spoken Language Services, →ISBN

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Arabic رُشْد(rušd).

NounEdit

رشد (rošd)

  1. growth