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irade

[ Turkish ih-rah-de ]
/ Turkish ɪˈrɑ dɛ /
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noun
a decree of a Muslim ruler.
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Origin of irade

1880–85; <Turkish <Arabic irādah will, wish
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British Dictionary definitions for irade

irade
/ (ɪˈrɑːdɛ) /

noun
a written edict of a Muslim ruler

Word Origin for irade

C19: from Turkish: will, desire, from Arabic irādah
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