Fatima

(died 633) Daughter of Muhammad. She married her cousin, Ali, and sayyids and sherifs claim she forms the link in their descent from Muhammad. For Muslims, she is one of the four perfect women. Her mother was...
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Fátima

village and sanctuary, central Portugal; it is located on the tableland of Cova da Iria, 18 miles (29 km) southeast of Leiria. Fátima was named for a ... [2 related articles]
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Fátima

Fátima (fä'tēmu) , hamlet, W central Portugal, in Beira Litoral. At the nearby Cova da Iria is the national shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima. This became a great Roman Catholic center of pilgrimage after the six reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary to three ...
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Fatima

Fatima (făt'imu, fä'timu, futē'mu) , 616?–633?, daughter of Muhammad by his first wife, Khadija. Fatima was the wife of Ali, the mother of Hasan and Husayn, and reputedly the ancestress of the Fatimids. She is revered by all branches of the Islamic faith and is the...
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Fatima

In Syrian Arab mythology, Fatima is the great goddess of the moon and fate. The source of the Sun and the virgin Queen of Heaven. She is represented as the Tree of Paradise.
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Fatima

Fatima is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Fatima

Fatima is an Arabic name for girls. The meaning is `the mother of all` The name Fatima is most commonly given to Belgian girls. (4 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Fatin (Arabic) See also: Aisha, Khadijah, Mary, Asia, Khadija
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Fatima

[given name] Fatima ( فَاطِمَة , Fāṭimah) is a female given name of Arabic origin, commonly used all over the Islamic world, especially among Shias. The colloquial Arabic pronunciation of the name often omits the unstressed second syllable and renders it as Fatma when romanized. Fatima is also used by non-Muslims: the town of Fá...
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Fatima

[1849] Fatima was a 521 ton burthen ton barque that was wrecked on 26 June 1854 in the Torres Strait. She was built by R. Hutchinson, Sunderland, launched in 1849 and registered at Liverpool. She sailed from London, England on 17 January 1850, under the command of Captain Ray, arriving at Port Adelaide, Australia on 11 June. Under the comma...
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