Alkoran

Alkoran

(ˌælkɒˈrɑːn) or

Alcoran

n
(Koran) a less common name for the Koran
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Whereunto is annexed the Arabian trudgman, interpreting certaine Arabicke termes used by historians: together with an index of the chapters of the Alkoran, for the understanding of the confutations of that booke (1615); (22) his Index, issued as a supplement, was called Index assuratarum Muhammedici Alkorani.
1736) Preliminary Discourse appended to his The Koran: commonly called the Alkoran of Mohammed translated into English from the original Arabic with explanatory notes and commentaries.
Schweigger, printed at Nuremberg; the 1647 French translation, L'Alcoran de Mahomet from Arabic by Andre du Ryer, the third from the original Arabic directly into a European language, the first two being to Latin (1100s, 1200s); the 1649 English translation, L'Alcoran de Mahomet from the French by Alexander Ross; the 1696 Dutch translation, Mahomets Alkoran translated from the French by Hendrik Jan Glasemaker; the third Latin translation from Arabic published in Padua in 1698, with extensive annotation, and preceded by a biography of the Prophet and a discussion of Islamic doctrines by Father Louis Maracci.