See also: مزد

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root م ر د(m-r-d).

VerbEdit

مَرَدَ (marada) I, non-past يَمْرُدُ‎‎ (yamrudu)

  1. to be bold
  2. to be rebellious
  3. to be constant with something (with على)
  4. to suckle

Etymology 2Edit

Form-II causative of مَرَدَ(marada, to be constant).

VerbEdit

مَرَّدَ (marrada) II, non-past يُمَرِّدُ‎‎ (yumarridu) (causative)

  1. to polish, to level

Etymology 3Edit

VerbEdit

مَرِدَ (marida) I, non-past يَمْرَدُ‎‎ (yamradu)

  1. to be beardless
  2. to be callow or inexperienced

DescendantsEdit


BaluchiEdit

NounEdit

مرد (mard)

  1. man (male human)

PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Persian GBRA / mlt' (mard, man), from Old Persian 𐎶𐎼𐎫𐎡𐎹 (martiya, man), probably from Proto-Iranian from Proto-Indo-Iranian, and ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *mr̥tós, *mr̥tó- (mortal), from *mer- (to die). Akin to Kurdish mêr, Sanskrit मर्त (márta, mortal, man), Old Armenian մարդ (mard, man), Ancient Greek βροτός (brotós, mortal). See also مردن(mordan), مرده(morde).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Dari Persian مرد
Iranian Persian
Tajik мард (mard)

مرد (mard) (plural مردان(mardân) or مردها(mard-hâ))

  1. man (male human)
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

مرد (mord)

  1. past stem of مردن

UrduEdit

NounEdit

مرد (mardm (Hindi spelling मर्द)

  1. man (male human)