مولد

ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Noun of place respectively verbal noun from the root و ل د(w-l-d). Compare Hebrew מוֹלֶדֶת(molédet, mōléḏeṯ).

NounEdit

مَوْلِد (mawlidm (plural مَوَالِد(mawālid))

  1. verbal noun of وَلَدَ(walada) (form I)
  2. birthplace
  3. time of birth
  4. birthday
  5. anniversary
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Derived from the active participle from وَلَّدَ(wallada) from the root و ل د(w-l-d)

NounEdit

مُوَلِّد (muwallidm (plural مُوَلِّدُون(muwallidūn), feminine مُوَلِّدَة(muwallida))

  1. begetter
  2. obstetrician, accoucheur
DeclensionEdit

NounEdit

مُوَلِّد (muwallidm (plural مُوَلِّدَات(muwallidāt))

  1. generator
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Derived from the passive participle from وَلَّدَ(wallada) from the root و ل د(w-l-d)

AdjectiveEdit

مُوَلَّد (muwallad)

  1. born, begotten
  2. Arabized
    Synonym: مُسْتَعْرِب(mustaʿrib)
    1. raised or brought up under Arabs
    2. embracing Arab traditions
    3. (derogatory) culturally Arabized while being racially non-Arab
  3. (biology) half-bred, mongrel
    1. (derogatory) racially impure, of mixed parentage or lineage, being a half-breed
  4. (lexicography) post-classical, introduced later
DeclensionEdit