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Arabic

Etymology

From the root ? ? ?(m-d-d).

Pronunciation 1

Noun

o (muddaf (plural (mudad))

  1. period of time, interval
  2. duration
  3. term (limited period of time)
Declension

Pronunciation 2

Noun

o (maddaf

  1. maddah (Arabic diacritic placed over alif, indicating a glottal stop followed by a long vowel)
Declension

Pronunciation 3

Preposition

? o (muddata)

  1. during, within, in the course of
    ? ... ... ? ? ... ? ? ...‎‎ - fa?asra?a ju ?il? ?iihi... labisahu... wama muddata satayni... ?umma jalasa wadan ba?da ?an ta?iba min al-ma?yi... - So Joha hurried to his shoes... put them on... walked for two hours... then he sat alone after he got tired of walking...

References

  • Wehr, Hans (1979), "", in J. Milton Cowan, editor, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 4th edition, Ithaca, NY: Spoken Language Services, ->ISBN

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