Sunna

[Saxon chief] Sunna was a Saxon chief whose people were widespread in eastern Berkshire, southern England. A number of English place names are derived from this name including Sonning (historically spelled `Sunning`), Sonning Eye, Sunbury, Sunningdale, Sunninghill and Sunningwell, many close to the River Thames. One historian notes that `Su...
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Sunna

Muslim code of practice; a body of traditional law based on the sayings, actions, and guidance of the prophet Muhammad, as detailed in the Hadith and the Sirah (a biography of the prophet's life)....
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Sunna

Sun'na noun [ Arabic sunnah rule, law.] A collection of traditions received by the orthodox Mohammedans as of equal authority with the Koran.
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Sunna

• (n.) A collection of traditions received by the orthodox Mohammedans as of equal authority with the Koran.
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sunna

(Arabic: `habitual practice`), the body of traditional social and legal custom and practice of the Muslim community. In pre-Islmic Arabia, sunna ... [11 related articles]
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Sunna

Muslim code of practice; a body of traditional law based on the sayings, actions, and guidance of the prophet Muhammad, as detailed in the Hadith and the Sirah (a biography of the prophet's life). The Sunna forms part of the Shari'a, the law of Islam; there is no difference between civil and religious law. Followi...
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