See also: مذہب

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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Verbal noun and noun of place from the verb ذَهَبَ ‎(ḏahaba, to go), from the root ذ ه ب ‎(ḏ-h-b).

NounEdit

مَذْهَب ‎(maḏhabm ‎(plural مَذَاهِب ‎(maḏāhib))

  1. verbal noun of ذَهَبَ ‎(ḏahaba) (form I)
  2. going, leaving, departure
  3. way out, escape
  4. procedure, policy, manner
  5. (Islamic law) Madh’hab, doctrine, teaching, belief, ideology, opinion, view
  6. faith, denomination
  7. religion, creed
  8. course, school
  9. way, movement, orientation
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Derived from the passive participle of the verb ذَهَّبَ ‎(ḏahhaba, to gild), denominal verb from ذَهَب ‎(ḏahab, gold).

AdjectiveEdit

مُذَهَّب ‎(muḏahhab) ‎(feminine مُذَهَّبَة ‎(muḏahhaba), masculine plural مُذَهَّبُون ‎(muḏahhabūn))

  1. gilded
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Derived from the passive participle of the verb أَذْهَبَ ‎(ʾaḏhaba, to gild), denominal verb from ذَهَب ‎(ḏahab, gold).

AdjectiveEdit

مُذْهَب ‎(muḏhab) ‎(feminine مُذْهَبَة ‎(muḏhaba), masculine plural مُذْهَبُون ‎(muḏhabūn))

  1. gilded
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 4Edit

Denominal verb from مَذْهَب ‎(maḏhab, sect).

VerbEdit

مَذْهَبَ ‎(maḏhaba) Iq, non-past يُمَذْهِبُ‎ (yumaḏhibu)

  1. to cause to split into sects
ConjugationEdit

PashtoEdit

PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic مَذْهَب ‎(maḏhab)

NounEdit

مذهب ‎(mazhabm

  1. religion

PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic مَذْهَب ‎(maḏhab)

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Dari مذهب
Iranian Persian مذهب
Tajik мазҳаб ‎(mazhab)

مذهب ‎(mazhab) ‎(plural مذاهب ‎(mazâheb) or مذهب‌ها ‎(mazhab-hâ))

  1. religion
  2. faith

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