майдан

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See also: мајдан

Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic майдан (maydan)
Arabic مایدان

Etymology[edit]

From Persian میدان‎, from Arabic مَيْدَان(maydān).

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майдан (maydan)

  1. battlefield

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a Turkic language (compare Turkish meydan (square)), ultimately from Arabic مَيْدَان(maydān).

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майда́н (majdánm inan (genitive майда́на, nominative plural майда́ны, genitive plural майда́нов)

  1. (regional) public square, marketplace, maidan, meidan
  2. (Ukraine) public square in Ukraine; maidan
    Майда́н Незале́жностиMajdán NezaléžnostiMaidan Nezalezhnosti/Independence Square (square in Kiev, Ukraine)

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Ukrainian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a Turkic language (compare Turkish meydan (square)), ultimately from Arabic مَيْدَان(maydān).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [mɐi̯ˈdɑn]
  • (file)

Noun[edit]

майда́н (majdánm inan (genitive майда́ну, nominative plural майда́ни, genitive plural майда́нів)

  1. public square
    Майда́н Незале́жностіMajdán NezaléžnostiMaidan Nezalezhnosti/Independence Square (square in Kiev, Ukraine)
    Synonyms: пло́ща (plóšča), сквер (skver) (small)

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  • English: Maidan

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