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Hyphenation: Mus‧lim Muslim m (genitive Muslims, plural Muslime or Muslims, female Muslimin or Muslime or Muslima) Muslim Synonym: Moslem Antonyms: Nichtmuslim
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mislem (category Maltese terms belonging to the root s-l-m)
Similarly, in other European languages, words for “Muslim” (like English Mussulman) are generally much older than the words for the religion. For the phonotactics
769 bytes (86 words) - 22:38, 20 February 2021
consider the marriage customs among Muslims and Christians in Aleppo. Among theMuslims, as I have already mentioned with regard to European Turkey, bride
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immortality until it was regarded by theMuslims of the region as on a par with other great Islamic centres of learning and knowledge, such as Ishbiliyah
1 KB (121 words) - 10:35, 14 November 2020
(Chinese version in Vietnamese contexts); angiya (Indian Muslim version); jumps (obsolete European version) (sleeved shirt for women): See blouse (undershirt
3 KB (237 words) - 19:47, 15 March 2021
See also: sultans  sultāns on Latvian Wikipedia Via other European languages (compare French sultan, German Sultan), ultimately borrowed from Turkish sultan
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Latvian Wikipedia Via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from the local name of the country, with two converging origins: on the one hand, from
2 KB (179 words) - 22:57, 26 January 2020
that Europe is being indoctrinated with Fascism or Racism. 2011, Jane H. Hill, The Everyday Language of White Racism (→ISBN), page 1987: But other kinds
11 KB (788 words) - 02:09, 24 January 2021
كمر (category Arabic terms derived from Proto-Indo-European)
belt, girdle In the time of ʿUmar a زُنَّار‎ (zunnār) would mean a belt worn by Christians, Jews, Sabians, Magians and other non-Muslims; for it had become
2 KB (366 words) - 08:46, 14 November 2020
هميان (category Persian terms inherited from Proto-Indo-European)
belt, girdle In the time of ʿUmar a زُنَّار‎ (zunnār) would mean a belt worn by Christians, Jews, Sabians, Magians and other non-Muslims; for it had become
1 KB (347 words) - 23:48, 23 August 2019
culture (category English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *kʷel-)
barely tolerated in the European Union. Both America and Europe offer farmers indefensible subsidies, but with different motives. The beliefs, values, behaviour
15 KB (744 words) - 08:01, 14 May 2021
The figurative use for the Islamic episode is also found in other European languages, including English. The allusion is to the fact that Aisha is narrated
1 KB (153 words) - 09:52, 24 December 2019
ethnic (category English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *dʰeh₁-)
the country 1990. European Review of Native American Studies. Vols 4-6. contemporary artists are victims of the dichotomization of fine art and folk or
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-stan (category English terms derived from Proto-Indo-European)
after place names to emphasize that there are many Middle Easterners or Muslims there. ‎London + ‎-i- + ‎-stan → ‎Londonistan ‎Dearborn + ‎-i- + ‎-stan
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infidel (category English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *bʰeydʰ-)
America: Answers to the 31 Most-asked Questions (page 33) Some Muslims are taught that non-Muslims are infidels and are to be shunned. (now usually derogatory)
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aware of one another, tended by the same token to be exclusivist and somehow to abolish from view the existence of other sects, Christian and Muslim alike
1 KB (193 words) - 06:27, 13 March 2019
नमस्ते (category Hindi terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *nem-)
(sat śrī akāl) when greeting other Sikhs, and Muslim speakers employ सलाम अलैकुम (salām alaikum) when greeting otherMuslims. It is often considered gracious
3 KB (318 words) - 09:30, 28 February 2021
autochthon (category Word of the day archive)
181: […] Muslims are more active in municipal and national politics by means of demonstrations, petitions, contacting media, meetings, or other activities
7 KB (825 words) - 00:14, 28 March 2021
Great Church
Historical Atlas of Central Europe, revised edition, page 1907: Central Europe and eastern Europe (Muscovy/Russia) came under the jurisdiction of the so-called
4 KB (588 words) - 05:23, 12 July 2020
profound (category English terms derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *per-)
pontificate of Nicholas V. Of the profound corruption of this class there can be no doubt. 2019, Shelina Janmohamed, Long before Shamima Begum, Muslim women
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