دین

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Azeri[edit]

Other scripts
Cyrillic дин
Roman din
Perso-Arabic دین

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Arabic دِين (dīn) from Aramaic, from Middle Persian dyn' (dēn).

Noun[edit]

دین (din) (definite accusative دینی (dini), plural دینلر (dinlər))

  1. religion

Declension[edit]


Ottoman Turkish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from Arabic دِين (dīn).

Noun[edit]

دین (din)

  1. religion

Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Arabic دَيْن (dayn).

Noun[edit]

دین (deyn)

  1. debt

Persian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle Persian dyn' (dēn). Compare Avestan 𐬛𐬀𐬉𐬥𐬁 (daēnā).

Noun[edit]

Dari دین
Iranian Persian دین
Tajik дин (din)

دین (din) (plural دین‌ها (din-hâ) or ادیان (adyân))

  1. religion
Derived terms[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

From Arabic دَيْن (dayn), from Ancient Greek δάνειον (dáneion, loan; debt).

Noun[edit]

دین (deyn)

  1. loan
  2. debt

Urdu[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Sanskrit दीन (dīna).

Adjective[edit]

دین (dīn) — Hindi spelling: दीन (dīn)

  1. poor
  2. needy
  3. indigent
  4. distressed

Etymology 2[edit]

From Sanskrit दिन (dina).

Adjective[edit]

دین (dain) — Hindi spelling: दैन (dain)

  1. daily
  2. diurnal

Etymology 3[edit]

From Persian from Arabic دِين (dīn) from from Aramaic, from Middle Persian dyn' (dēn).

Noun[edit]

دین (dīnm (Hindi spelling दीन)

  1. faith
  2. religion

Etymology 4[edit]

From Arabic دَيْن (dayn).

Noun[edit]

دین (daynm (Hindi spelling दैन)

  1. debt
  2. loan

Etymology 5[edit]

From Sanskrit दीन (dīna).

Noun[edit]

دین (dainm (Hindi spelling दैन)

  1. poverty
  2. misery
  3. lowliness