or ca·di, ka·di
[ kah-dee, key- ]
/ ˈkɑ di, ˈkeɪ- /
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noun, plural qa·dis.
a judge in a Muslim community, whose decisions are based on Islamic religious law.
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Origin of qadi
From the Arabic word qādī judge
Words nearby qadi
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How to use qadi in a sentence
In 1395 he was appointed chief cadi (qadi) of Yemen, married a daughter of the sultan, and died at Zabīd in 1414.
Its principal source is at Tell el-Qadi, where it rises out of a basaltic mound whose summit is crowned by the ruins of Laish.
British Dictionary definitions for qadi
/ (ˈkɑːdɪ, ˈkeɪdɪ) /
noun plural -dis
a variant spelling of cadi
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