Padri
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Padri
See also: padrí

Indonesian

Etymology

From Malay paderi, from Portuguese padre ("priest"), from Old Portuguese padre ("father"), from Latin pater, patrem ("father"), from Proto-Italic *pat?r, from Proto-Indo-European *ph?t?r ("father").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /padri/
  • Hyphenation: pa?dri

Noun

padri

  1. (Catholicism, Christianity) priest
    Synonym: pastor

Usage notes

  • In the historical context of the Padri War (1803-1837), the word refers to Muslim clerics.

Further reading


Italian

Noun

padri m pl

  1. plural of padre

Swahili

Noun

padri (ma class, plural mapadri)

  1. Alternative form of padre

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