or ma·dra·sa, ma·dras·sah
- a school or college, especially a school attached to a mosque where young men study theology.
Origin of madrasah
Examples from the Web for madrasa
Historical Examples of madrasa
A few, who have been through a course of religious instruction at a Madrasa (school), may be able to do this.Castes and Tribes of Southern India
Nothing but the arched entrance remains of the Madrasa, which is traditionally not very old.
madrasa medrese (məˈdrɛseɪ)
- Islam an educational institution, particularly for Islamic religious instruction
Word Origin for madrasah
Islamic college, 1620s, from Arabic madrasah, literally "a place of study," from locative prefix ma- + stem of darasa "he read repeatedly, he studied," which is related to Hebrew darash (cf. midrash).