Zahir (Islam)
In tafsir, zahir (Arabic: ظاهر‎) is the exoteric or apparent meaning of the Quran. It is also the underlying principle of the Ẓāhiriyya, a school of thought in Islamic jurisprudence and Aqid...
Halal
For disambiguation of alternate spelling, see HallalḤalāl (Arabic: حلال‎ ḥalāl, 'permissible') or hallal is any object or an action which is permissible to use or engage in, according to Isl...
Ashraf
Sayyid (also spelled "Seyd", "Syed", "Sayed", "Sayyed", "Saiyid", "Seyed" and "Seyyed") ([ˈsæjjɪd], or [ˈsæjjed], Arabic: سيد‎; meaning Mister) (plural Sadah Arabic: سادة‎, Sāda(h)...
Saluki
The Saluki, Arabic: سلوقی‎ / ALA-LC: salūqī / Persian:سلوکی,سگ تازی also known as the (Slougui) (Arabian Greyhound) (Arabischer Windhund) (Sloughi Moghrebi) (Arabian Sighthound) (Levrier Mar...
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Khutbah
Khutbah (Arabic: خطبة khuṭbah, Turkish: hutbe) serves as the primary formal occasion for public preaching in the Islamic tradition.Such sermons occur regularly, as prescribed by the teachings of a...
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Al Gharbiyah
al-Gharbiyah (Arabic: الغربية‎) "the western one" derives from Ġarb "west" (also transliterated Gharb, Garb or Rharb) and may refer to:
Hidayah
Hidayah (Arabic: هداية‎, Hidāyah) is an Arabic word meaning "guidance". According to Islamic belief, guidance has been provided by Allah to humans primarily in the form of the Qur'an. Not on...
Illa (Arabic)
The Arabic word illa is a negative word corresponding to the English except, only and but[1].
It is an often reacurring phrase in the Qur'an, often used to give strength to statements by first neg...
Emine
Emine is an Arabic-origin given name used for females in Turkey. It has three major meanings: (1) one whom you can trust and believe in; (2) one who is benign and innocuous, and (3) one who is fearles...
Maqasid
Maqasid is an Arabic word for goals or purposes. In an Islamic context, the term can refer to the purposes of Islamic faith, zakat (charity tax), pilgrimage, or of the Qur'an's and Sunnah's text.In te...
Takbir
The Takbīr (تَكْبِير), also written Tekbir or Takbeer, is the term for the Arabic phrase Allāhu Akbar (الله أكبر), usually translated as "God is [the] greatest," or "God is great". It is a common Isla...
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Sultan
Sultan (/ˈsʌltən/; Arabic: سلطان‎ Sulṭān, [sʊlˈtˤɑːn, solˈtˤɑːn]) is a noble title with several historical meanings. Originally, it was an Arabic language abstract noun meaning "strength", "...
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Dunya
Dunyā (دُنْيا) is originally an Arabic word that was passed to many other languages such as Persian, Dari, Pashto, Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi, Kurdish, Nepali, Turkish, Arumanian, North-Caucasian ...
Nasibi
Nasibi (Collective Plural Arabic: الناصبة, translit.: an-Nāsibiyyah; Multiple Plural Arabic: نواصب, translit.: Nawāsib; Singular Arabic: ناصبي, translit.: Nāsibi) is an Islamic term ref...
Da'i
Da'i (Arabic: "missionary") refers to a person who engages in Dawah, the act of inviting people to Islam. Da'i is different from Da'i al-Mutlaq, which means dai with independent special power. Da'i al...
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Shahada
The Shahada (Arabic: الشهادة‎ aš-šahādah "the testimony"; also aš-šahādatān (الشَهادَتانْ, "the two testimonials")) is an Islamic creed declaring belief in the oneness of God and the accept...
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Mellah
A mellah (Arabic ملاح, probably from the word ملح, Arabic for "salt" or מלח, Hebrew for "salt" (both pronounced "melach") is a walled Jewish quarter of a city in Morocco, analogous to the European ghe...
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Azulejo
Azulejo ([ɐzuˈleʒu], [aθuˈlexo], from the Arabic word zellige زليج) is a form of Spanish and Portuguese painted tin-glazed ceramic tilework. Azulejos are found on the interior and exterior of churches...
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Kitman
In Islamic jurisprudence kitmān (كتمان "secrecy, concealment") is a subfield of Ḥiyal (the science of deception or legal trickery), consisting of the art of making ambiguous statements, paying lip-ser...
Tazkiah
Tazkiah (تزكية) is an Arabic-Islamic term alluding to "tazkiyah al-nafs" meaning "purification of the self". This refers to the process of transforming the nafs (carnal self or desires) from its deplo...
Sufism
Sufism (Arabic: الصوفية‎ al-ṣūfiyya; Persian: تصوف‎ taṣawwuf ) is a concept in Islam, defined by scholars as the inner, mystical dimension of Islam; others contend that it is a perenni...
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Qadaa
A kaza (Arabic: قضاء‎, qaḍāʾ, [qɑˈd̪ˤɑːʔ], plural: أقضية, aqḍiyah, [ˈɑqd̪ˤijɑ]; Ottoman Turkish: kazâ) is an administrative division historically used in the Ottoman Empire and currently...
Punishment of the Grave
Punishment of the Grave (Arabic: عذاب القبر‎ ʿAdhāb al-Qabr, also translated torment of the grave) is an Islamic concept of the period following death but prior to the Day of Judgement, whe...
Jahiliyyah
Jahiliyyah (Arabic: جاهلية‎ ǧāhiliyyah/jāhilīyah "ignorance") is an Islamic concept of "ignorance of divine guidance" or "the state of ignorance of the guidance from God" or "Days of Ignoran...