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ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from the passive participle of the verb فَقَدَ ‎(faqada, to lose, to miss), from the root ف ق د ‎(f-q-d).

AdjectiveEdit

مَفْقُود ‎(mafqūd) ‎(feminine مَفْقُودَة ‎(mafqūda))

  1. lost
  2. missing

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PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic مَفْقُود ‎(mafqūd)

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

مفقود ‎(mafqud)

  1. lost, missing
    بعضی از کتاب‌های ایشان مفقودند. (literary)
    Ba'zi az ketâb-hâ-ye išân mafqudand.
    بعضی از کتاب‌هایشون مفقودن. (colloquial)
    Ba'zi az ketâbấšun mafqudan.
    Some of their books are lost.
  2. absent

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