Definition of Eid in English:

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Eid

Pronunciation: /iːd/
(also Id)

noun

A Muslim festival, in particular Eid al-Fitr or Eid al-Adha.
Example sentences
  • He used to walk upto the place of Eid prayer.
  • Hye told me the only time he saw Jinnah praying was during the Eid congregations.
  • The second obligation on ' Eid day is to perform the ' Eid prayer.

Origin

From Arabic ‘īd 'feast', from Aramaic.

Words that rhyme with Eid

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