yad

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See also: y'ad and það

English[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from Hebrew יד(yád, hand)

A yad with a Torah

Noun[edit]

yad (plural yads or yadim)

  1. (Judaism) A pointer used in the ritual of Torah-reading.

Etymology 2[edit]

From the Tifinagh alphabet.

Noun[edit]

yad

  1. The letter in the Tifinagh alphabet.

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Azerbaijani[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *yāt (alien, foreign, unfamiliar). Cognate with Bashkir ят (yat), Kazakh жат (jat), Uzbek yot (alien, foreign), Turkmen ýat etc.

Adjective[edit]

yad (comparative daha yad, superlative ən yad)

  1. alien, strange, foreign
  2. unfamiliar
    Synonym: özgə
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Noun[edit]

yad (definite accusative yadı, plural yadlar)

  1. stranger
    Synonym: özgə
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Persian یاد(yâd).

Noun[edit]

yad (definite accusative yadı, plural yadlar)

  1. memory
    Bu daha yadımda deyil.
    I don't remember it anymore.
    (literally, “It's not in my memory anymore.”)
    Yadındadırsa, biz səninlə artıq görüşmüşük.
    If you remember, we've already met.
    (literally, “If it's in your memory, we've already met.”)
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Pronoun[edit]

yad


Volapük[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English yard, with the 'r' pronounced the British way, so that it practically disappears.

Noun[edit]

yad (plural yads)

  1. yard

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