See also: عاذ

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ع و د(ʿ-w-d).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

عَادَ (ʿāda) I, non-past يَعُودُ‎‎ (yaʿūdu)

  1. to return, to go back, to come back
    Synonym: رَجَعَ(rajaʿa)
  2. (copulative) to become
  3. (grammar, with عَلَى(ʿalā) or إلَى(ʾilā)) to refer to
    قَد يَعُودُ الضَّمِيرُ عَلَى الفاعِلِ أَوِ المَفْعُولِ بِه.‎‎
    qad yaʿūdu ḍ-ḍamīru ʿalā l-fāʿili ʾawi l-mafʿūli bih.
    The pronominal suffix might refer to the subject or the object.
  4. (with إلَى(ʾilā)) to go back to; to have its origins in
    هٰذَا التَقْلِيدُ الشَعْبِيُّ يَعُودُ إلَى العَصْرِ العُثْمانِيّ.‎‎
    hāḏā t-taqlīdu š-šaʿbiyyu yaʿūdu ʾilā l-ʿaṣri l-ʿuṯmāniyy.
    This popular tradition goes back to the Ottoman era.
ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

عَادَ (ʿāda) I, non-past يَعُودُ‎‎ (yaʿūdu)

  1. to visit (a patient)
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

عَاد (ʿādf pl

  1. plural of عَادَة(ʿāda)

Etymology 3Edit

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

عَاد (ʿādf

  1. ʿĀd (an ancient tribe mentioned in the Qur'an)
DeclensionEdit