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Hadith
Sayings of the Blessed Prophet
Ameen
Let it be so
Ahkam
cleaning meaning of the Qurah
Alhamdulilah
Praise be to Allah
Ayat
Verses in Quran
Mus-haf
Text
Tadabbur
To reflect upon something
Nifaq
Hypocrisy
Sadaqallahul Authzeem
Allah, the Exalted, has spoken the truth
Iman
Faith or belief
Prophet Muhammad's mother
Aminah
Rasul
Message-bearer (messenger); a special class of people chosen by Allah to receive organized bodies of teaching (Books) which were meant to be preserved after the Messengers had passed away
Transliteration
Taking a word from one language and writing it in different letters - just as it sounds
Taqwa
Awareness of Allah
Surah
Chapter
Khalifa
Caretaker/Steward on Earth
Mutashabihah
The deeper, allegorical meanings in the Quran
Arkan Al Islami
The Five Pillars (practices)
Tilawah
The Arabic text being read out loud
Tauhid (Tauheed)
Oneness of Allah
Tafseer
Commentary on the Quran
Mu -
Arabic prefix added to a verb or adjective to make it a noun
Hafiz
(plural - Huffaz)
One who memorizes the entire Quran
Iblis
Shaytan (Devil)
Salallahu 'alayhi wa sallam
The peace and blessings of Allah be upon him

Mushirk
A person who associates others with Allah (idol worshipper)
Fitrah
Our natural state (feelings and inner sense)
Sakina
Tranquility
Wudu
Ablution or ceremonial washing
Da'wah
Islamic outreach (telling others about Islam)
Du'a
Request to Allah
Kiraman Katibeen
Noble Writers - angels who record the deeds and actions of humans
Khadijah
Wife of Prophet Muhammad
Malik ul Mawt
The Angel of Death who is in charge of taking people's souls when they die
Scribe
Someone who knows how to write
Kitabullah
Book of Allah; the revelations sent by Allah that were meant to be studied for generations to come
Sahaba
Companions of Prophet Muhammad
Sunnah
Example of the Prophet Muhammad
Ghusl
bath
Munafiqeen
Hypocrits - those who know someting about Islam but disobey the commandments of Allah; two-faced liars
Fus-ha
Arabic of the Quran
Kafir (root word of Kafara)
A Person who covers up the truth and tries to hide it.
(Kafara means to cover up or hide something)
Prophet Muhammad's father
Abdullah
Mala'ikah
Angels or the creation made by Allah to carry out His commands
Etiquette
Manners
Mu'min
A Muslim believer who professes his/her belief and learns what their way of life asks of them
Translation
To try to come close to the meaning in another language
Jinn
Allah's creation made from the elements of fire and with a very limited form of free-will
Wahy
Revelation
Taubah
Repentance
Hijrah
Migration to Medina
Nakir and Munkir
The two angels which question the soul of the dead person as they are awaiting resurrection
Jibra'il
Angel sent by Allah to bring the revelation of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad (p)
Sects
Groups
Iqra
Read
Shirk
Associating others with Allah
Rabb
Lord of all the Universe;One who taks care of, watches over and preserves something in a loving way
Nabi
Prophet who receives teachings, gudance and prophecies from Allah but not a Book
Islam
Surrender and Peace
Angels
Allah's creation made out of the elements of light and created for the purpose of carrying out Allah's will
Shahadah
Declaration or statement of Faith
Israfil
The Angel whose only job is to sound the note which will signal the end of the world and the Day of Judgment
Iman al Muffassil
Beliefs Listed in Detail
The Five books from Allah mentioned in Quran
1) The Scrolls (Suhuf) of Ibrahim (Abraham)
2) The Law (Taurah) of Musa (Moses)
3) The Zabur (hymns) of Dawud (David)
4) The Injeel of 'Esa (Jesus)
5) The Quran sent to Prophet Muhammad
People of the Book
Jews and Christians
ahkam
verses that are clear in meaning