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Etymology 1

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Root
ق د ر (q d r)
14 terms

Verb

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قَدَرَ (qadara) I, non-past يَقْدِرُ‎ (yaqdiru)
قَدِرَ (qadira) I, non-past يَقْدَرُ‎ (yaqdaru)

  1. (with عَلَى) to have power over
  2. (with عَلَى or أنْ) to be equal to, to be up to (doing something), to be able to (do something)
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قَدَّرَ (qaddara) II, non-past يُقَدِّرُ‎ (yuqaddiru)

  1. to determine, to fix
  2. to estimate, to assess, to forecast
  3. to foresee, to wager
  4. (with accusative and عَلَى) to enable someone to something
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قَدْر (qadrm (plural أَقْدَار (ʔaqdār))

  1. quantity, quantum, measure, magnitude, size, bulk, proportion, extent, space, amount, sum, number
    هٰذَا قَدْرُ ذَاكَ
    hāḏā qadru ḏāka
    this is as much as that
    هُمْ قَدْرُ مِئَةٍ
    hum qadru miʔatin
    they are as many as 100
    أَقَمْتُ عِنْدَهُ قَدْرَ أَنْ يَفْعَلَ كَذَا
    ʔaqamtu ʕindahu qadra ʔan yafʕala kaḏā
    I remained at his house long enough for him to do thus
    عَلَى قَدْرٍ مَا
    ʕalā qadrin
    to a certain extent
  2. worth, value
  3. greatness, majesty, honorableness, nobleness
  4. preordained destiny, predestination, fate
  5. will of God, divine decree, providence
  6. might, power, position, influence, wealth
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قَدَر (qadarm (plural أَقْدَار (ʔaqdār))

  1. verbal noun of قَدِرَ (qadira, to be able to) (form I)
  2. fate, destiny
  3. power, capacity, faculty
  4. ability
  5. competence
  6. sufficiency, riches
  7. quantity, measure, size, space, amount, sum, number
  8. worth, value
  9. greatness, majesty, honorableness, nobleness
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قِدْر (qidrf (plural قُدُور (qudūr))

  1. (cooking) pot, kettle, cooking pot
    قِدْر نُحَاسqidr nuḥāscopper pot
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Egyptian Arabic

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Root
ق د ر
1 term

Etymology

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From Arabic قَدَرَ (qadara).

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قدر (ʔidir) I (non-past يقدر (yiʔdar))

  1. to be able to, to can

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    Conjugation of قدر (form-I sound)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m قدرت (ʔidirt) قدرت (ʔidirt) قدر (ʔidir) قدرنا (ʔidirna) قدرتوا (ʔidirtu) قدروا (ʔidru)
f قدرتي (ʔidirti) قدرت (ʔidrit)
present subjunctive m اقدر (aʔdar) تقدر (tiʔdar) يقدر (yiʔdar) نقدر (niʔdar) تقدروا (tiʔdaru) يقدروا (yiʔdaru)
f تقدري (tiʔdari) تقدر (tiʔdar)
present indicative m بقدر (baʔdar) بتقدر (bitiʔdar) بيقدر (biyiʔdar) بنقدر (biniʔdar) بتقدروا (bitiʔdaru) بيقدروا (biyiʔdaru)
f بتقدري (bitiʔdari) بتقدر (bitiʔdar)
future m حقدر (ḥaʔdar) حتقدر (ḥatiʔdar) حيقدر (ḥayiʔdar) حنقدر (ḥaniʔdar) حتقدروا (ḥatiʔdaru) حيقدروا (ḥayiʔdaru)
f حتقدري (ḥatiʔdari) حتقدر (ḥatiʔdar)
imperative m اقدر (iʔdar) اقدروا (iʔdaru)
f اقدري (iʔdari)

Hijazi Arabic

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Root
ق د ر
3 terms

Etymology 1

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From Arabic قَدَر (qadar).

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قدر (gadarm (plural أقدار (agdār))

  1. destiny, fate
    Synonyms: مصير, نصيب, قسمة

Etymology 2

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From Arabic قَدْر (qadr).

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قدر (gadirm (construct state قَدْر (gadr))

  1. quantity, quantum, measure, magnitude, size, much
    Synonym: قد (gadd)
    مَا كُنْت أَعْرِف إنِّك تِحُبِّيه بِهٰذَا القَدِر
    mā kunt ʔaʕrif ʔinnik tiḥubbīh bihāḏā al-gadir
    I didn't know that you love him this much

Etymology 3

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قِدِر

From Arabic قِدْر (qidr).

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قدر (gidirm (construct state قِدْر (gidr), plural قدور (gudūr))

  1. cooking pot
    Synonym: حلة (ḥalla)

Etymology 4

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From Arabic قَدَرَ (qadara) or قَدِرَ (qadira).

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قدر (gidir) I (non-past يقدر (yigdar), active participle قادر (gādir))

  1. to be up to (doing something), to be able to (do something)
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    Conjugation of قدر (gidir)
singular plural
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past m قدرت (gidirt) قدرت (gidirt) قدر (gidir) قدرنا (gidirna) قدرتوا (gidirtu) قدروا (gidru)
f قدرتي (gidirti) قدرت (gidrat)
non-past m أقدر (ʔagdar) تقدر (tigdar) يقدر (yigdar) نقدر (nigdar) تقدروا (tigdaru) يقدروا (yigdaru)
f تقدري (tigdari) تقدر (tigdar)
imperative m اقدر (agdar) اقدروا (agdaru)
f اقدري (agdari)

Etymology 5

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From Arabic قَدَّرَ (qaddara).

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قدر (gaddar) II (non-past يقدر (yigddir))

  1. to appreciate
  2. to estimate
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    Conjugation of قدر (gaddar)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m قدرت (gaddart) قدرت (gaddart) قدر (gaddar) قدرنا (gaddarna) قدرتوا (gaddartu) قدروا (gaddaru)
f قدرتي (gaddarti) قدرت (gaddarat)
non-past m أقدر (ʔagaddir) تقدر (tigaddir) يقدر (yigaddir) نقدر (nigaddir) تقدروا (tigaddiru) يقدروا (yigaddiru)
f تقدري (tigaddiri) تقدر (tigaddir)
imperative m قدر (gaddir) قدروا (gaddiru)
f قدري (gaddiri)

Persian

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Arabic قَدْر (qadr).

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Readings
Classical reading? qaḏ(a)r
Dari reading? qad(a)r
Iranian reading? ğad(a)r
Tajik reading? qad(a)r

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قدر (qadr or qadar)

  1. amount, quantity, size
    Synonyms: اندازه (andâze), مقدار (meqdâr)
  2. importance, value, worth
    Synonym: ارزش (arzeš)
  3. dignity, rank
  4. preordained destiny, predestination, fate
  5. will of God, divine decree, providence
  6. (mathematics) value
  7. (astronomy) magnitude of a star

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South Levantine Arabic

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Root
ق د ر
2 terms

Etymology 1

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From Arabic قَدِرَ (qadira).

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  • IPA(key): (Urban) /ʔi.dir/, [ˈʔidɪr]
  • IPA(key): (Bedouin) /ɡi.dir/, [ˈɡi.dɪr]
  • Audio (al-Lidd):(file)

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قدر (ʔidir) I (present بقدر (biʔdar), active participle قادر (ʔāder))

  1. to be able to (do something)
    ما بقدر اقول بالزبط.
    baʔdar aʔūl biẓ-ẓabṭ.
    I can't say exactly.
    قليل من الناس بقدرو يطلعو اجازات كل اكم من شهر.
    ʔalīl min in-nās biʔdaru yiṭlaʕu ijazāt kull akamm min šahr.
    Not many people can go on vacation every few months.
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    Conjugation of قدر (ʔidir)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m قدرت (ʔdirt) قدرت (ʔdirt) قدر (ʔidir) قدرنا (ʔdirna) قدرتو (ʔdirtu) قدرو (ʔidru)
f قدرتي (ʔdirti) قدرت (ʔidrat)
present m بقدر (baʔdar) بتقدر (btiʔdar) بقدر (biʔdar) منقدر (mniʔdar) بتقدرو (btiʔdaru) بقدرو (biʔdaru)
f بتقدري (btiʔdari) بتقدر (btiʔdar)
subjunctive m أقدر (ʔaʔdar) تقدر (tiʔdar) يقدر (yiʔdar) نقدر (niʔdar) تقدرو (tiʔdaru) يقدرو (yiʔdaru)
f تقدري (tiʔdari) تقدر (tiʔdar)
imperative m اقدر (iʔdar) اقدرو (iʔdaru)
f اقدري (iʔdari)

Etymology 2

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From Arabic قَدَّرَ (qaddara).

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قدّر (ʔaddar) II (present بقدّر (biʔadder))

  1. to appreciate, to estimate, to value
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    Conjugation of قدّر (ʔaddar)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m قدّرت (ʔaddart) قدّرت (ʔaddart) قدّر (ʔaddar) قدّرنا (ʔaddarna) قدّرتو (ʔaddartu) قدّرو (ʔaddaru)
f قدّرتي (ʔaddarti) قدّرت (ʔaddarat)
present m بقدّر (baʔadder) بتقدّر (bitʔadder) بقدّر (biʔadder) منقدّر (minʔadder) بتقدّرو (bitʔaddru) بقدّرو (biʔaddru)
f بتقدّري (bitʔaddri) بتقدّر (bitʔadder)
subjunctive m اقدّر (aʔadder) تقدّر (tʔadder) يقدّر (yʔadder) نقدّر (nʔadder) تقدّرو (tʔaddru) يقدّرو (yʔaddru)
f تقدّري (tʔaddri) تقدّر (tʔadder)
imperative m قدّر (ʔadder) قدّرو (ʔaddru)
f قدّري (ʔaddri)