مؤدب

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Derived from the passive participle of أَدَّبَ(ʾaddaba, to educate; discipline)

AdjectiveEdit

مُؤَدَّب (muʾaddab) (feminine مُؤَدَّبَة(muʾaddaba), masculine plural مُؤَدَّبُون(muʾaddabūn), feminine plural مُؤَدَّبَات(muʾaddabāt))

  1. well-bred, well-mannered, civil, urbane

DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Derived from the active participle of أَدَّبَ(ʾaddaba, to educate; discipline)

AdjectiveEdit

مُؤَدِّب (muʾaddib) (feminine مُؤَدِّبَة(muʾaddiba), masculine plural مُؤَدِّبُون(muʾaddibūn), feminine plural مُؤَدِّبَات(muʾaddibāt))

  1. educator
  2. teacher in a Koranic school

DeclensionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Wehr, Hans (1960), “مؤدب”, in J. Milton Cowan, editor, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 3rd edition, Ithaca, NY: Otto Harrassowitz, pages 9-10

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Arabic مُؤَدَّب(muʾaddab).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

Dari Persian مؤدب
Iranian Persian
Tajik муъаддаб (muʾaddab)

مؤدب (mo'addab)

  1. polite
  2. courteous
  3. civil
  4. learned
  5. chastised

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic مُؤَدِّب(muʾaddib).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Dari Persian مؤدب
Iranian Persian
Tajik муъаддиб (muʾaddib)

مؤدب (mo'addeb)

  1. instructor
  2. teacher
  3. chastiser