Adab

[gesture] Adab from Arabic word Aadaab (آداب) meaning respect and politeness, is a hand gesture used as a secular greeting. It is associated with the culture of south Asian Muslims, especially of Urdu-speaking communities of Uttar Pradesh and Hyderabadi Muslims. Since the normal greeting of Muslims i.e. `Assalamu Alaikum` was meant for ...
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Adab

ancient Sumerian city located south of Nippur (modern Niffer or Nuffar), Iraq. Excavations (1903–04) carried out by the American archaeologist Edgar ... [2 related articles]
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adab

Islmic concept that became a literary genre distinguished by its broad humanitarian concerns; it developed during the brilliant height of `Abbsid ... [5 related articles]
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Adab

[Islam] Adab (أدب) in the context of behavior, refers to prescribed Islamic etiquette: `refinement, good manners, morals, decorum, decency, humaneness`. While interpretation of the scope and particulars of Adab may vary among different cultures, common among these interpretations is regard for personal standing through the observation of...
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Adab

[city] Adab or Udab (Sumerian: {cuneiform|
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