Allah

Allah (ə or ə; الله Allāh, Ar-allah.ogg) is the Arabic word for God (al ilāh, iliterally `the God`). The word has cognates in other Semitic languages, including Alah in Aramaic, ʾĒl in Canaanite and Elohim in Hebrew. It is used mainly by Muslims to refer to God in Islam, but it has also been used by Arab Christians since pre-Islamic ti.....
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Allah

• (n.) The name of the Supreme Being, in use among the Arabs and the Mohammedans generally.
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(from the article `Dhofar`) ...Wadi Mughshin, located about 150 miles (240 km) inland. To the northeast of Dhofar is a large desert of stony plains and sand dunes that ...
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Allah

noun Muslim name for the one and only God
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Allah

Al'lah noun [ contr. from the article al the + ilah God.] The name of the Supreme Being, in use among the Arabs and the Mohammedans generally.
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Allah

Allah (ăl'u, ä'lu) , [Arab.,=the God]. Derived from an old Semitic root refering to the Divine and used in the Canaanite El, the Mesopotamian ilu, and the biblical Elohim, the word Allah is used by all Arabic-speaking Muslims, Christians, Jews, and others. Allah, as a deity, was p...
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Allah

In Arabian mythology, Allah was the supreme god. He lived in the heavens with the other gods, and it was Allah who created the earth and put water on it. The prophet Mohammed proclaimed Allah to be the only god, when he devised Islam.
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Allah

Islamic name for God. Muslims believe that Allah is tauhid, that is `absolute` or `One`, and the supreme creator and power behind the universe. Muhammad's concept of Allah lays stress on his...
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Allah

Islamic name for God. Muslims believe that Allah is tauhid, that is `absolute` or `One`, and the supreme creator and power behind the universe. Muhammad's concept of Allah lays stress on his uniqueness and his role as the all-powerful ruler and judge of humans. Equally, however, he is merciful and compassionate. He is om...
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Allah

[n] - Muslim name for God
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