Complete Definition of "adat"

English

Etymology
From Malay adat < Arabic ARchar|عادة|عادÙØ© (unicode|Êá:dat), habit, custom < the verb ARchar|عÙد (unicode|Êáuda), to appurtain, to be proper.

Noun
adat

  1. (Malay English) traditional|Traditional Malay law.

Category:Malay English


Hungarian

Etymology
From the verb ad, a calque on Latin data from the verb dare

Noun
hu-noun|ok

  1. data

Indonesian

Etymology
Arabic ARchar|عادة|عادÙØ© (unicode|Êá:dat), habit, custom.

Noun
adat

  1. tradition, custom

Category:Indonesian nouns

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