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English

Etymology

Arabic ابدال (abdāl), plural of بدل (bádal), a substitute; a good, religious man; saint), from بدل (bádala), to replace)

Noun

Singular
abdal

Plural
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  1. A religious devotee or dervish in Persia.

Bosnian

Etymology

From Turkish abdal < Arabic plural ابدال (abdāl), plural of بدل (bádal), a substitute; a good, religious man; saint), from بدل (bádala), to replace) or بَدِيل (badīl).

Noun

abdal m. sg. (pl.: abdali)

  1. fool
  2. naïf
  3. idiot
  4. simpleton

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Turkish

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Etymology

Arabic plural ابدال (abdāl), plural of بدل (bádal), a substitute; a good, religious man; saint), from بدل (bádala), to replace) or بَدِيل (badīl).


Noun

abdal

  1. fool
  2. naïf
  3. idiot
  4. simpleton
  5. A religious devotee or dervish in Persia.

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