Definition of Aladdin in English:

Aladdin

Syllabification: A·lad·din
Pronunciation: /əˈlad(ə)n
 
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The hero of a story in the Arabian Nights, who finds an old lamp that, when rubbed, summons a genie who obeys the will of the owner.

Origin

from Arabic `Alā' al-dīn.

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