Definition of mudim in English:

mudim

(also modin)

Pronunciation /ˈmuːdiːm/

noun

  • In Malaysia and Indonesia: a junior Muslim official, specifically one who (in traditional communities) performs circumcisions.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Samuel Purchas. From Malay mudim (also modin, mudin) from Arabic mu'aḏḏin.