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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Hebrew יד(yád, hand)

 
A yad with a Torah

NounEdit

yad (plural yads or yadim)

  1. (Judaism) A pointer used in the ritual of Torah-reading.

Etymology 2Edit

From the Tifinagh alphabet.

NounEdit

yad

  1. The letter in the Tifinagh alphabet.

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AzerbaijaniEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Turkic *yāt (alien, foreign, unfamiliar). Cognate with Bashkir ят (yat), Kazakh жат (jat), Uzbek yot (alien, foreign), Turkmen ýat etc.

AdjectiveEdit

yad (comparative daha yad, superlative ən yad)

  1. alien, strange, foreign
  2. unfamiliar
    Synonym: özgə
Derived termsEdit

NounEdit

yad (definite accusative yadı, plural yadlar)

  1. stranger
    Synonym: özgə
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Etymology 2Edit

From Persian یاد(yâd).

NounEdit

yad (definite accusative yadı, plural yadlar)

  1. memory
    Bu daha yadımda deyil.
    I don't remember this anymore.
    (literally, “It's not in my memory anymore.”)
    Yadındadırsa, biz səninlə artıq görüşmüşük.
    If you remember, we've already met.
    (literally, “If it's in your memory, we've already met.”)
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PronounEdit

yad


VolapükEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English yard, with the 'r' pronounced the British way, so that it practically disappears.

NounEdit

yad (plural yads)

  1. yard

DeclensionEdit