تقليد

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Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Verbal noun of قَلَّدَ (qallada, to imitate).

Noun[edit]

تَقْلِيد (taqlīdm (plural تَقَالِيد (taqālīd))

  1. verbal noun of قَلَّدَ (qallada, to imitate) (form II)
  2. imitation, copying
  3. unquestioning adoption (of ideas)
  4. uncritical faith (in something)
  5. (Islamic law) adoption of the legal decision of a Madhhab (مذهب)
  6. (plural) tradition
  7. convention, custom, usage

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Hijazi Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic تَقْلِيد (taqlīd).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

تَقْليد (taglīdm ((plural for "tradition" meaning) تَقَاليد ‎(tagālīd), (plural for "fake" meaning) تَقْلِيديّين ‎(taglīdiyyīn) or تَقْلِيديّات ‎(taglīdiyyāt))

  1. fake
  2. custom, tradition

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Adjective[edit]

تَقْليد (taglīdm

  1. fake, faux
  2. unauthentic

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