Definition of masjid in English:

masjid

Line breaks: mas¦jid
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌsdʒɪd
 
, ˈmas-/

noun

A mosque.
More example sentences
  • ‘In this pilgrimage-based show, we feature old and historic temples, churches, gurdwaras and masjids,’ he says.
  • Their mosques are known as masjids and not by any other name like temple, church or synagogues.
  • They are allowed to eat also inside the masjid, but if it is not convenient, they may go outside and come back as soon as they finish.

Origin

Arabic, 'place of worship or prostration in prayer', probably ultimately of Aramaic origin.

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