"maqam" meaning in Zazaki

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Noun

Etymology: Borrowed from Arabic مَقَام‎ (maqām). Etymology templates: {{bor|zza|ar|مَقَام}} Arabic مَقَام‎ (maqām) Head templates: {{head|zza|noun|m}} maqam (m)
  1. (music) medieval melodic mode. The makam system sets complex rules for cins (characteristic intervals) and seyir (melodic development) in classical genres such as Ottoman court music, mosque music, and Mevlevi music. The Arab مقام‎ (maqām), or mode, is most closely related, the Persian دستگاه‎ (dastgâh), Central Asian mugam, Indian rag and others are more distantly related. Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Music
    Sense id: maqam-zza-noun-VzElJbuq Topics: entertainment, lifestyle, music
  2. tune, music, harmony Tags: masculine
    Sense id: maqam-zza-noun-STWM40Z2
  3. mode, way, manner Tags: masculine
    Sense id: maqam-zza-noun-GRunwCUN
  4. place, station, post, office (workplace) Tags: masculine
    Sense id: maqam-zza-noun-EO5q6Jsj
  5. position of authority, chair Tags: masculine
    Sense id: maqam-zza-noun-hWDTKGrg

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        "medieval melodic mode. The makam system sets complex rules for cins (characteristic intervals) and seyir (melodic development) in classical genres such as Ottoman court music, mosque music, and Mevlevi music. The Arab مقام‎ (maqām), or mode, is most closely related, the Persian دستگاه‎ (dastgâh), Central Asian mugam, Indian rag and others are more distantly related."
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        "mode, way, manner"
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