[ joo-mah-dah ]
/ dʒʊˈmɑ dɑ /
either of two successive months of the Muslim year, the fifth (Jumada I ) or the sixth (Jumada II ).
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Origin of Jumada
First recorded in 1760–70, Jumada is from the Arabic word jumādā
Words nearby Jumada
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British Dictionary definitions for Jumada
/ (dʒʊˈmɑːdə) /
either the fifth or the sixth month of the Muslim year, known respectively as Jumada I and Jumada II
Word Origin for Jumada
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