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KHair-andesh

thinking well, well wisher

duudh-shariik bahan

foster sister

risaa.ii

related to grief and death, elegiac

zarf

vessel, vase, receptacle

tihaa.ii

one third, one-third part

laa'nat

curse, anathema, imprecation, reproach, reproof, rebuke

qahr Dhaanaa

to be wrathful, to rage

mazduur

a hired labourer, worker

chale na jaa.e aa.ngan Te.Dhaa

a bad workman blames his tools

aage naath na piichhe pagaa

heirless, lone, lone wolf

saahir

magician, sorcerer, wizard, conjuror

ku.Dmaa.ii

the celebration of of an engagement, betrothal, engagement

nazar-bhar dekhnaa

to look carefully

KHvaaja-e-taash

slaves of the same master in relation to one another, slave colleagues

maiyaa

kindness, mercy

qafas

cage for birds

husn-e-talab

a decent way of desiring, nice way of asking

basar

living, livelihood, course of life

basar-auqaat

state of just living a life (esp. with mediocre means), whiling away one's time means of livelihood, passing (one's) time, occupation, employment, subsistence, livelihood, means of living

muntashir

spread, wide-spread, dispersed, diffused, diffuse

Words tagged under "Islam"

List of Urdu words and terms related with "Islam" consisting of definitions, descriptions, elucidations and topical and subject-specific categorizations

'aad

(mathematical) factor

aaKHir-chahaar-shamba

the last Wednesday of the month of Safar, the second month in the Islamic calendar, the day is observed in commemoration of the recovery of the Prophet Muhammad from his last illness (many Muslims, including some in Bangladesh, where the day is an optional Muslim holiday, observe it with befitting solemnity)

aaKHirii chahaar shamba

the last Wednesday of the month of Safar, the second month in the Islamic calendar, the day is observed in commemoration of the recovery of the Prophet Muhammad from his last illness (many Muslims, including some in Bangladesh, where the day is an optional Muslim holiday, observe it with befitting solemnity)

aaKHirii-jum'a

the last Friday of Ramazan

aaKHirii-talaaq

irrevocable divorce

'aashuur-KHaana

a temporary structure for the celebration of the Moḥarram festival; a house for the reception of the banners, used in the Moḥarram procession

aatish-e-muusaa

lightening on Toor mountain-allusion

aatish-e-namruud

the fire lit by Nimrod to burn Abraham which turned into garden

aaya-e-kariima

ayat-e-Karima is in the 17th Para of the Holy Quran and 87th verse of the Surah Anbiya it is benefits cover a full range of life problems, from material difficulties to spiritual gains

aayat-e-kariima

ayat-e-Karima is in the 17th Para of the Holy Quran and 87th verse of the Surah Anbiya it is benefits cover a full range of life problems, from material difficulties to spiritual gains

adyaan

religions, creeds

ahl-e-'irfaan

learned men, the well-informed, intelligent people

ahl-e-shara'

lawgiver(s), observer(s) of the Islamic laws

ahl-e-sharii'at

lawgiver(s), observer(s) of the Islamic laws

ahl-e-sunnat

(Lexical) legislator, lawyer

ahlus-sunna val-jamaa'at

majority Muslim sect said to follow Prophet Muhammad's practices

akbar

great, greater, greatest, very great

'alaihimussalaam

God's blessings be upon all of them

'alam-bardaar

the supporter or sympathizer of a particular ideology or revolution

'alam-daar

standard- bearer

al-'azmatu-lillaah

(lexical) greatness is for Allah

al-baarii

(lexical) the maker

al-baasit

(lexical) the Bestower of immensity

al-badii'

(lexical) the Originator

al-basiir

(lexical) the All-seeing one

al-fattaah

(lexical) the Opener, the Liberator

al-Ganii

(lexical) the Self-sufficient

al-hakiim

(lexical) the wise

al-jaame'

(metaphorical) one of the ninety-nine names of Allah

al-jaliil

(lexical) the Great, the Glorious, the Illustrious

al-KHaafiz

(lexical) the Abaser

al-KHaaliq

(lexical) the Creator

allaah kaa ghar

the holy Kaaba

allaah kaa mahbuub

Prophet Mohammad

al-latiif

(lexical) the Subtle one, shrewd

al-majiid

(lexical) the Most Glorious

al-momin

(lexical) the Giver of peace

al-mu'iid

(lexical) the Restorer

al-mujiib

(lexical) the Responsive

al-musavvir

(metaphorical) one of the ninety-nine names of Allah

amiir-e-nahl

the title of Ali (the fourth caliph of Islam)

amr-bil-maa'ruuf

the command to carry out good deeds

amr-e-maa'ruuf

the command to carry out good deeds

ash.hado-an-laa-ilaah

(opening words of a portion of the Muslim creed) I bear witness that there is no god but one God

ashaa'ira

the Asharites, member of a tenth century school of philosophers who contested the Mu'tazilites

auqaat-e-KHamsa

the time of the five obligatory prayers of Islam

baad-e-'iisaa

the breath of Jesus (of the Messiah, an expression used by the Persians to imply a skillful physician)

baad-e-masiih

the breath of Jesus (of the Messiah, an expression used by the Persians to imply a skillful physician)

baano-e-'ajam

a short title of Shahrbanu the grand-daughter of Nausherwan (Persian king famous for his justice) who was the wife of Imam Husain (it is used in elegy as allusion)

baa's-o-nashr

(Lexical) the resurrection

baa's-o-nushuur

(Lexical) raising the dead, resurrection

bahisht

the paradise, the heaven, the garden of Eden

baitul-'atiiq

(lexical) the old house

baitullaah

the sacred house, the house of Allah, the temple of Mecca, the Ka'aba at Makkah

banii-faatima

the Fatimids

chaar-yaar

(Lexical) four friends, four companion

chehlum

remembrance and prayer service on or about the fortieth day after death, the fortieth day (of mourning

daabbat-ul-arz

(lexical) four-footed land animal, the beast of the earth

dogaanaa

two genuflexions in prayer, a prayer in which two genuflexions are made

fariiza

divine precept or command

fat.h-e-mubiin

clear victory

fattaah

opener, victorious

furqaan

the Holy Qur'an

Gadiir-e-KHum

a festival celebrated by the Imamiyah sect (Shia) on the 18th of zil-hijja

Gadiir-ul-KHum

a festival celebrated by the Imāmīyah sect on the 18th of the twelfth month of Hijri calendar

Gilaaf-e-kaa'ba

velvety sheet spread over Kaaba

hajjan

woman who has performed Hajj pilgrimage to Makkah

hajj-e-akbar

general Hajj ('Umra is also called 'Hajj-e-Asghar')

hannaana

widow who is always mourning for her first husband

haqqullaah

(Religion) duty to or rights of God, i.e.: devotion, worshipping

havvaa

(Literal) reddish black, dark lipped

huduud-e-shar'iyya

restrictive or penal ordinances of Islam penalties for transgressing these

iftaar

not observing fast

'iid-e-Gadiir

a festival celebrated by the Imāmīyah sect on the 18th of the twelfth month of Hijri calendar

'iid-e-miilaad

annual festival of Prophet Muhammad's birth

'iid-e-miilaadunnabii

annual festival of Prophet Muhammad's birth

'iid-e-mubaahala

an aborted attempt to resolve a theological dispute between Muslims and Christians circa 632 CE by invoking the curse of God upon the liars, between a Christian delegation from Najran and Muhammad was accompanied to the mubahala by his daughter Fatima, her husband Ali, and their two sons, Hasan and Husain, the peace treaty was finally reached by which the Christians agreed to pay an annual poll-tax (jizya)

illaa-maashaa-aallaah

(lexical) except what Allah wills, in exceptional cases

ilyaas

Prophet Eliyas, Elijah was the prophet from the race of Prophet Aaron (A Hebrew prophet in the time of Jezebel, 9th century BC)

ishraak

(lexical) sharing, co-partnership, participating, entering into partnership

ismaa'iil

the son of Imam Jafar Sadiq and the Ismailya sect belongs to him

istisqaa

asking for water

jaama-e-ehraam

the garment worn by pilgrims on entering Mecca, consisting of two wrappers without seam

jum'at-ul-vidaa'

last Friday of Ramazan

KHaanqaah

a convent, monastery for Sufis, Sufi recluse or dervishes, a religious establishment for holy men, hospice (Arabicized of khana-gah)

KHaarijii

foreign, extraneous

KHams-ul-auqaat

five times, the time of the five obligatory prayers of Islam

KHatna

a tradition of Abraham's observed by Muslims in which he commanded his descendants to circumcise their sons on the eighth day of life

KHudaa.ii-raat

a religious feast kept by women at night with singing hymns and watching all night, a vigil, waking up all night

KHulafaa

caliphs, rulers, successors, princes, the Caliphs

kun-fakaa.n

(God said) let there be and it (the universe) came into being

laahuutii

of or related to 'lahoot' (divinity)

lailat-ul-israa

the night of Ascension when Prophet Muhammad ascended to Heaven

lailat-ul-qadr

the night of power, prestigious night, one of the last five odd nights of Ramazan (generally 27th) on which the Qur'anic revelation commenced

madiinat-ul-'ilm

city of knowledge

mahr

a marriage portion or gift settled upon the wife before marriage, contracting by writing, to make a settlement on a wife

mahram

(Literary) to be forbidden, to be sacred, forbidden, prohibited

mai-e-kausar

the wine of heaven, i.e.: the water of Kausar pond

makka

(Lexical) to do waste, to throwaway

manaasik

essentials, basic elements

man-kuntu-maulaa

(Hadis) whomever I am his master, Intended: Ali (the son-in-law of prophet Mohammad)

maqsuud-e-kun-fakaa.n

the person for whose sake the universe was created, i.e. Prophet Muhammad

mard-e-momin

pious

marduudushshahaadat

the one whose testimony is not admissible

mash'ar-ul-haraam

place near Makkah where pilgrims sacrifice animals and get shaved after performing Hajj

miilaad

birthday, birth, nativity

miizaan-e-'adl

scale of justice

mu'allim-ul-malakuut

instructor of the angels, a title of Satan because he taught angles before his exile from Heaven

mujtabaa

selected, chosen, elect

munaafiq

hypocritical, a hypocrite, dissembler

murjii

a sect of Muslim antinomians (who assert that faith consists in words without works, and that if they do not pray nor fast, their faith will save them)

murtad

an apostate (especially for Muḥammadanism to disbelief), one who gives up his religion, renegade, recreant

naamuus-e-risaalat

Honor of Holy Prophet Mohammed

naa't-e-ahmad

poem in praise of Prophet Mohammad

nabii-e-aaKHiruzzamaa.n

the last Prophet, i.e. Prophet Muhammad

naKHla

date-grove

namaaz-e-aayaat

prayers prescribed for solar and lunar eclipses and storms

namaaz-e-'iid

Eid prayers

namaaz-e-janaaza

the funeral service of the Muhammadans

namaaz-e-shab

a form of prayer repeated during the night

namaazii-kap.De

clothes fit to pray in, or suitable for prayers, clean or undefiled clothes

naqaab

fem, veil, mask, hood, or covering (for the face)

panj-arkaan

five basic articles of Islam, i.e. (Sunni) kalimah (کلمہ), namaz, fasting, Hajj and zakat, (Sharia) five basics of Namaz: wish, takbir, qiyam, ruku, sajda

parcham-bardaar

the supporter or sympathizer of a particular ideology or revolution

qadriya

qadarite, the school maintainning the doctrine of free will, one who favours this doctrine

qibla-gaah

the place turned to when at prayer

qum-bi-iznillaah

rise by the command of God (Jesus' formula for raising the dead)

qur.aan

the sacred book of Islam, the great, the noble book

quraish

name of a noble tribe of Arabs (of which Mohammad's grandfather was chief)

quraishii

of the tribe of Quraish

qurbaanii

ritual of sacrifice on Eid-ul-Azha, the act of sacrificing a quadruped on the day of Eid-ul-Zuha or sacrificial animal

ramazaan

the ninth of the Arabian months (so called because, when they changed the names of the months from the ancient language, they named them according to the seasons in which they fell, and this month agreed with the days of vehement heat. on the 27th of this

roza

a fast-day

sahar-gahii

food eaten by Mohammedans a little before dawn during the fast of Ramazan

sang-e-turbat

tombstone

shaafe'-e-mahshar

intercessor on the Day of Judgement

shaafe'-e-roz-e-jazaa

intercessor on the Day of Judgement

shab-baraat

The eve of the 14th day of the month Shaban (on which a vigil is observed with prayers, feastings, illuminations and the Musalmans make offerings and oblations in the names (if not to the manes) of deceased ancestors, on this night the lives and fortunes of mortals during the coming year are said to be registered in heaven)

shab-e-israa

the night on which Prophet Muhammad was taken to Heavens, the twenty-seventh night of the month of Rajab

shihaab-e-saaqib

(Physical Astronomy) meteor, shooting star, brightly shining star

shirk-fizzaat

belief in many gods, polytheism

suura

a chapter of the Holy Quran (of which there are 114)

taa'ziya

a representation of the shrines of Hasan and Husain, sons of 'Ali (which is carried in procession at the Moharram by the Shias chiefly)

tahajjud

prayer said after mid-night

tahriima

saying Allah-o-Akbar in the beginning of prayers

tauf-e-kaa'ba

circumambulation of sacred mosque Kaa.ba

ummahaat-ul-mominiin

the title of the wives of Prophet Muhammad

umm-ul-mominiin

(Lexical) the mother of all Muslim

vafaa bil-'ahd

(Literary) keeping one's promise

yaa-husain

O Husain, Jobson

yaar-e-Gaar

intimate friend, fast friends, loyal friend, trustworthy

yahyaa

(Lexical) alive

zul-qaa'da

eleventh month of the Islamic calendar

zunnuurain

possessor of two lights, title of Hazrat Usman, the third Rightly Guided Caliph, who married two of Prophet Muhammad's daughters, viz. Hazrat Ruqaiyya and Hazrat Umm-e-Kulsoom

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