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EtymologyEdit

Noun of place from the root ش ه د(š-h-d).

NounEdit

مَشْهَد (mašhadm (plural مَشَاهِد(mašāhid))

  1. place of assembly, meeting, meeting place
    Synonym: مُلْتَقَى(multaqā)
  2. place where a martyr died
  3. tomb of a saint, religious shrine; a religious mausoleum
    Synonyms: مَرْقَد(marqad), ضَرِيح(ḍarīḥ), مَقَام(maqām), مَزَار(mazār)
  4. funeral cortege
    Synonym: مَوْكِب عَزَاء(mawkib ʿazāʾ)
  5. procession
    Synonym: مَوْكِب(mawkib)
  6. view, aspect, spectacle, sight, scenery
    Synonym: مَنْظَر(manẓar)
  7. scene (of a crime), place of interest, object of interest
    Synonym: مَوْقِع(mawqiʿ)
  8. nature scene, scene in a theater or play
  9. act, number (on stage)

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Proper nounEdit

 
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مَشْهَد (mašhadf

  1. Mashhad (city in Iran)

See alsoEdit

  1. طُوس(ṭūs): Mashhad's old name.
    غَرِيب طُوس(ḡarīb ṭūs, The Stranger of Ṭus (Imam Reza))

PersianEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [mæʃˈhæd̪]
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Proper nounEdit

مشهد (mašhad)

  1. Mashhad