See also: قید

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ق ي د(q-y-d).

NounEdit

قَيْد (qaydm (plural قُيُود(quyūd) or أَقْيَاد(ʾaqyād))

  1. fetter, chain, bond
  2. restriction
  3. strap
  4. registration
  5. contract
  6. deed, document
  7. diligence, effort
  8. rule, norm
DeclensionEdit
ReferencesEdit

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

قِيدَ (qīda) (form I)

  1. third-person masculine singular past passive of قَادَ(qāda)

Etymology 3Edit

قَيْدَ (qayda)

  1. under
  2. currently being, in progress, in the stage or process of
  3. subject to
  4. bound to, bound by
InflectionEdit
    Inflected forms
Base form قَيْدَ (qayda)
Personal-pronoun-
including forms
Singular Dual Plural
Masculine Feminine Common Masculine Feminine
First person قَيْدِي(qaydī) قَيْدَنَا(qaydanā)
Second person قَيْدَكَ(qaydaka) قَيْدَكِ(qaydaki) قَيْدَكُمَا(qaydakumā) قَيْدَكُمْ(qaydakum) قَيْدَكُنَّ(qaydakunna)
Third person قَيْدَهُ(qaydahu) قَيْدَهَا(qaydahā) قَيْدَهُمَا(qaydahumā) قَيْدَهُمْ(qaydahum) قَيْدَهُنَّ(qaydahunna)

Hijazi ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic قَدْ(qad).

PronunciationEdit

AdverbEdit

قيد (gīd)

  1. already
    Synonym: قِد(gid)
    قيده جا‎‎
    gīdu
    He already came
InflectionEdit
Inflected forms of قيد
Base form قيد (gīd)
Personal-pronoun-
including forms
singular plural
m f
1st person قيدي(gīdi)
قيدني(gīdani)
قيدنا(gīdana)
2nd person قيدَك(gīdak) قيدِك(gīdik) قيدكم(gīdakum)
3rd person قيده(gīdu) قيدها(gīdaha) قيدهم(gīdahum)

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic قَيْد(qayd).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

قيد (gēdm (dual قيدين(gēdēn), plural قيود(giyūd))

  1. fetter, chain, bond
  2. strap
  3. registration
  4. contract
  5. deed, document
  6. diligence, effort
  7. restriction
  8. rule, norm