مارد

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the root verb مرد (márada), to be rebellious

Adjective[edit]

مارد (mārid), ماردون (māridūn) pl, مردة (márada) pl, مراد (murrād) pl

  1. recalcitrant, defiant, rebellious, lawless, mutinous, insubordinate, insurrectionary, contumacious
  2. gigantic, giant, titanic

Noun[edit]

مارد (mārid?, plurals ماردون (māridūn)‎, مردة (márada)‎ or مراد (murrād)‎

  1. rebel, insurgent, mutineer
  2. demon, devil, evil spirit
  3. bashi-bazouk (irregular Turkish soldier)
  4. giant