new = (jadeed) جَدِيْد

Plurals أَجِدّة ، جُدَدٌ ، جُدُدٌ
Associated verb: to be new جَدّ (يَجِدّ) – جِدّةً

Examples

إِنْ يَشَأْ يُذْهِبْكُمْ وَيَأْتِ بِخَلْقٍ جَدِيدٍ If He will, He can be rid of you and bring (instead of you) some new creation – Quran, 35:16

عَنْ يَزِيْدِ بِنْ ثابِتٍ : خَرَجْنا مَعَ النّبِيّ صَلّى الله عَلَيْهِ وَسَلّمَ ، فَلَمّا وَرَدَ الْبَقِيعَ فَإِذا هُوَ بِقَبْرٍ جَدِيْدٍ – الْحَدِيْث On the authority of Yazeed b. Thabit: “We went out with the Prophet, God’s blessings and salutations upon him, and when he came to (the graveyard of) Baqee’, he came upon a new grave… – Musnad Imam Ahmed

سُورِيا: مَجْلِسُ الأَمْنِ يُصَوّتُ عَلَى قَرَارٍ جَدِيدٍ Syria: The security council votes on a new resolution – BBC News, Arabic

Did you know…

The dual الجَدِيْدَان , literally meaning the two new (ones), is used to refer to night and day, as they are continually being renewed. You say, مَا كَرّ الْجَدِيْدَان as long as night and day recur, i.e. ever.