دين

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Arabic[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Aramaic, from Middle Persian 𐭣𐭩𐭭 (dēn).

Noun[edit]

دين (diinm

  1. (verbal noun) conformism, conformance, conformity, God-fearingness, godliness, religiosity, devoutness, fealty, obedience

دين (diinm, أديان (’adyaan) pl

  1. religion, creed, credo, faith, conviction, belief, tenet, rite

Adjective[edit]

دين (dáyyin)

  1. religious, pious, godly, God-fearing, devout
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Etymology 2[edit]

From the primitive root دان (dāna), to be a debtor. Compare 𒋧 (nadānu, SUM).

Verb[edit]

دين ‎(dáyyana) (verb form II)

  1. to loan, to lend, to advance.

Noun[edit]

دين (diinm

  1. (verbal noun) borrowing, indebtedness, owing.
  2. (verbal noun) debt, debit

دين (daynm, ديون (duyún) pl

  1. debt, debit
  2. liability, pecuniary obligation
  3. obligation
  4. claim, financial claim
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