Arabic

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Etymology 1

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Root
ق و ض (q w ḍ)
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Pronunciation

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Verb

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قَاضَ (qāḍa) I, non-past يَقُوضُ‎ (yaqūḍu)

  1. to demolish
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Etymology 2

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Root
ق ض ي (q ḍ y)
11 terms

Derived from the active participle of the verb قَضَى (qaḍā, to judge).

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Noun

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قَاضٍ (qāḍinm (construct state قَاضِي (qāḍī), plural قَاضُونَ (qāḍūna) or قُضَاة (quḍāh), feminine قَاضِيَة (qāḍiya))

  1. judge
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Adjective

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قَاضٍ (qāḍin) (informal قَاضِي (qāḍī), feminine قَاضِيَة (qāḍiya), masculine plural قَاضُونَ (qāḍūna) or قُضَاة (quḍāh), feminine plural قَاضِيَات (qāḍiyāt) or قَوَاضٍ (qawāḍin))

  1. fatal, lethal, deadly
    سُمٌّ قَاضٍsummun qāḍindeadly poison
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