Baluchi

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Etymology

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Corrupted from Classical Persian مَسْجِد (masjid) / مزگت (mazget), ultimately from Arabic مَسْجِد (masjid). Doublet of مسجد (masjid).

Noun

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مَسِیتّ (masītt)

  1. (Islam) mosque

References

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  • Uppsala University (2024) “مسیت”, in Southern Baluchi Dictionary (Webonary) (in Baluchi), Dallas, Texas, USA: SIL International, published 2019.

Old Punjabi

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Etymology

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Semi-learned borrowing from Arabic مَسْجِد (masjid), through Classical Persian مسجد (masjid) / مزگت (mazgit). Compare also Indic cognates Old Hindi मसीति (masīti), Old Marathi 𑘦𑘭𑘲𑘝𑘲 (masītī), likely from the same source.

Noun

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مَسِیتِ (masītif (Gurmukhi ਮਸੀਤਿ)

  1. mosque
    • 12th Century, Bābā Farīd Ganj śakar, Bait 194
      فریدا ایسا ہوءِ رہو ، جیسا ککھ مَسِیت
      farīdā aisā ho'i raho , jaisā kakkh masīti

Descendants

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  • Punjabi: masīt
    Gurmukhi script: ਮਸੀਤ
    Shahmukhi script: مَسِیت

Further reading

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  • مسیت”, in Kalam Baba Farid, Bait (or page) 21, 12th Century.
  • مسیت”, in A Descriptive Grammar of Hindko, Panjabi, and Saraiki, volume 4 of Mouton-CASL Grammar Series, Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2019, page 80

Punjabi

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Etymology

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First attested as Old Punjabi مَسِیتِ (masīti). Compare Marathi मशीद (maśīd) and Rajasthani मसीद (masīd). Doublet of مَسْجِد (masjid).

Pronunciation

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Noun

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مَسِیت (masītf (Gurmukhi spelling ਮਸੀਤ)

  1. (Islam) mosque
    Synonyms: مَسجِد (masjid), نَماز گاہ (namāz gāh)
    • 1993, Anvar ʻAlī, Nūrī[1], volume 2, →ISBN, page 100:
      "ایہنوں مسیت وچ وڑݨ نہیں دینا چاہِدا"۔
      ehnūṉ masīt vicc vaṛaṇ nahīṉ denā cāhidā.
      "He musn't be allowed inside the mosque".

Declension

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Declension of مسیت
dir. sg. مَسِیت (masīt)
dir. pl. مَسِیتاں (masītāṉ)
singular plural
direct مَسِیت (masīt) مَسِیتاں (masītāṉ)
oblique مَسِیت (masīt) مَسِیتاں (masītāṉ)
vocative مَسِیتے (masīte) مَسِیتو (masīto)
ablative مَسِیتوں (masītoṉ)
locative مَسِیتے (masīte) مَسِیتِیں (masītīṉ)
instrumental مَسِیتے (masīte) مَسِیتِیں (masītīṉ)

Coordinate terms

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Derived terms

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References

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  • مسیت”, in Punjabi-English Dictionary, Patiala: Punjabi University, 2024
  • Iqbal, Salah ud-Din (2002) “مسِیت”, in vaḍḍī panjābī lughat‎ (in Punjabi), Lahore: ʻAzīz Pablisharz

Saraiki

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Etymology

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Corrupted from Classical Persian مَسْجِد (masjid) / مزگت (mazget) (compare Old Punjabi مَسِیت (masīti)), ultimately from Arabic مَسْجِد (masjid). Doublet of مَسْجِد (masjid).

Pronunciation

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Noun

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مَسِیت (masītf (Devanagari मसीत)

  1. (Islam) mosque

Derived terms

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References

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  • مسیت”, in Dictionary of the Jatki Or Western Panjábi Language, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis, 2019 (originally published in 1900), →ISBN, page 287