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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root س د د(s-d-d).

VerbEdit

سَدَّ (sadda) I, non-past يَسُدُّ‎‎ (yasuddu)

  1. to close up, to seal off
  2. to obstruct, to block, to bar
  3. to repair
  4. to fill (a gap)
  5. to grant compensation; to redeem (a debt)

ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

سَدَّ (sadda) I, non-past يَسِدُّ‎‎ (yasiddu)

  1. to be truthful
  2. to hit on the right thing, be to the point

ConjugationEdit

NounEdit

سَدّ (saddm

  1. verbal noun of سَدَّ (sadda) (form I)
    1. sealing, shutting off, obstruction, closure, shutdown

DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

 
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سَدّ or سُدّ (sadd or suddm (plural سُدُود(sudūd) or أَسْدَاد(ʾasdād))

  1. dam, dike
  2. barrier, obstacle, hurdle, bar

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Ottoman TurkishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

سد (süd)

  1. alternative form of سوت(süt, milk)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic سَدّ(sadd).

NounEdit

سد (sedd, set, südd, süt)

  1. barrier, obstacle, obstruction, hurdle
  2. dam, dike
  3. (medicine) obturation, obliteration, abstruction; tamponnement
  4. (military) terrace, a sort of cavalier which was carried to a great height in order to overlook and command the walls of a town, such as is constructed by means of mantelets which stand very high to cover from arrows
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PersianEdit

 
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سد

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic سَدّ(sadd).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

سد (sadd) (plural سدها(sadd-hâ))

  1. dam

Etymology 2Edit

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NounEdit

سد (sed)

  1. (dialectal, Kazerun) ladder (climbing tool)