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Gordon and the Sudan: Prologue to the Mahdiyya, 1877-1880
Sulayman held a grudge against Idris Abtar for three reasons. First, by this choice al- Zubayr Pasha had admitted that he held his son in less esteem. Second, not only was Idris Abtar not a member of his family, but also he came from the ...
Muhammad: Prophet of Islam - Halaman 54
With the Arabs, as with the Semitic peoples in general, this was a source of shame ; and men who suffered it were called by the name of abtar, which means roughly 'mutilated'. One day, in the early days of his prophecy, Muhammad the abtar ...
A New Hindustani English Dictionary - Halaman 6
Yefi makan bilkul abtar hai. 2. Destitute of good qualities; dissolute; disorderly; ill-behaved; unmannerly. Larka baia abtur hai. 3. Disordered ; disarranged ; untidy. Sara daftar abtar luti. Fed. 4. Spoilt; untrue; false (in cards;. Ke mir baz'i abtar.
Sūrah Mulk to an-Nās - Halaman 577
Huwa'l abtar: "He himself is abtar", i.e. though he calls you abtar he in fact himself is abtar. Some explanations of abtar have already been given in the Introduction to the Surah. It is derived from batar which means to cut off , but idiomatically it ...
Syed Abul ʻAla Maudoodi, Abdul Aziz Kamal, Ch. Muhammad Akbar, 2000
The Lord Guideth: Studie on Primitive Islam - Halaman 91
But in this case the interpretation in a general sense of al- abtar and Sdni'aka is the only one satisfying the demands to be made of an understanding of the context of the Surah. The subject of the nominal sentence, Sdni'aka, must mean "the ...
The Development of Exegesis in Early Islam: The ... - Halaman 117
... of Muslim Literature from the Formative Period Herbert Berg. Table 4.2: Hadiths for Qur'an 108:3 inna shani'a-ka huwa al-abtar Table 4.3: Hadiths for Qur'an 16:106 ilia man ukriha wa-qalbu-hu mutma'innu bi-l-iman unbelievers or Qurashis.
The Social Origins of Islam: Mind, Economy, Discourse - Halaman 149
The tiny early surah (chapter) of al-Kauthar concluded as much in one quick stroke. There, a certain nemesis of Muhammad is addressed as an abtar (a derogatory term for a married man who had no male heirs), who in reality was none other ...
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature
duct of Idris Abtar, who had now ruled there for three years. He had proved himself thoroughly dishonest. Zebehr's business was ruined, his laws were set aside, the country had been hunted over for slaves ; there was riot and anarchy in ...
John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, 1888
Diversity in Language: Contrastive Studies in Arabic and ...
He replied, "That cut-off man (al- abtar)" meaning the Prophet.** Al-Wahidi provides another account: Al-'As ibn Wa'il al-Sahmi, whenever the Apostle of God was mentioned, would say, "Let him be. He is only a cut-off man (abtar) who has no ...
Zaynab Ibrāhīm, Sabiha T. Aydelott, Nagwa Kassabgy, 2000
The Meaning of the Qurān: Sūrah al-Aʻlā - Halaman 282
A person who is left with no hope of any good and success in life is also abtar. A person who has been cut off from hit family, brotherhood, associates and helpers is also abtar. The word abtar is also used for the man who has no male child, ...
Syed Abul ʻAla Maudoodi, Muhammad Akbar, Abdul Aziz Kamal, 1992