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EtymologyEdit

Derived from the active participle of وَدَى(wadā, to whip out for discharge) from the root و د ي(w-d-y).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

وَادٍ (wādinm (construct state وَادِي(wādī), plural أَوْدِيَة(ʾawdiya) or وُدْيَان(wudyān))

  1. valley
  2. river bed, ravine, gorge, wadi
  3. river
  4. newspaper column
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DescendantsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From و د د(w-d-d).

VerbEdit

وَادَدَ or وَادَّ (wādda or wādada) III, non-past يُوَادُّor يُوَادِدُ‎‎ (yuwāddu or yuwādidu)

  1. to engage in fellowship with, to try or strive to be friends
  2. to be with affection for, to love someone, to be one who loves them
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NounEdit

واد (wád)

  1. salt