ירד

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Hebrew[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Root
י־ר־ד

From the root י־ר־ד (y-r-d). Cognate to Arabic وَرَدَ (warada), Ge'ez ወረደ (wärädä).

Verb[edit]

יָרַד (yarád) (pa'al construction, infinitive לָרֶדֶת)

  1. To go down, descend.
    יורד גשם.‏‎ ― yoréd géshem.It is raining. [literally, Rain is descending.]
  2. To go down, decline, decrease.
  3. To emigrate from Israel, or (humorous) from another country.
  4. To criticize, lambaste; construed with the preposition על (al, on).
  5. To get out of a vehicle.

Conjugation[edit]

Antonyms[edit]

  • (descend): עלה (alá, go up, ascend)
  • (decrease): עלה (alá, go up, increase)
  • (emigrate from Israel): עלה (alá, immigrate to Israel)

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