راشد

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Etymology[edit]

Derived from the active participle of رَشَدَ(rašada, to be on the right path, be of age), from the root ر ش د(r-š-d).

Adjective[edit]

رَاشِد (rāšid) (feminine رَاشِدَة(rāšida), masculine plural رَاشِدُونَ(rāšidūna), feminine plural رَاشِدَات(rāšidāt), elative أَرْشَد(ʾaršad))

  1. following the right path
  2. orthodox, pious
  3. mature, of age
  4. sensible

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Noun[edit]

رَاشِد (rāšidm (plural رَاشِدُونَ(rāšidūna), feminine رَاشِدَة(rāšida))

  1. one who follows the right path
  2. adult

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Proper noun[edit]

رَاشِد (rāšidm

  1. A male given name, Rashid

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