Mohammed


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Mo·ham·med

 (mō-hăm′ĭd, -hä′mĭd, mo͝o-)

Mohammed

(məʊˈhæmɪd)
n
(Biography) same as Muhammad

Mu•ham•mad

(mʊˈhæm əd, -ˈhɑ məd)

n.
1. Also, Mohammed. A.D. 570–632, Arab prophet: founder of Islam.
2. Elijah (Elijah Poole), 1897–1975, U.S. leader of the Black Muslims 1934–75.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Mohammed - the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632)Mohammed - the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632)
Translations

Mohammed

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Mohammed

[məʊˈhæmɪd] nMaometto
References in classic literature ?
The fact that he had brought back with him the woman prisoner who had escaped, added strength to his claims, and Mohammed Beyd soon found himself fraternizing good-naturedly with the very man whom he would have slain without compunction had he discovered him alone in the jungle a half hour before.
Then he left, and made his way back to the tent of Mohammed Beyd.
At length in 1453 the Sultan Mohammed II attacked Constantinople.
In 1854 a Marabout of the Senegalese Fouta, Al-Hadji by name, declaring himself to be inspired like Mohammed, stirred up all the tribes to war against the infidels--that is to say, against the Europeans.
I swapped horses with Mohammed, the kingly-looking Egyptian who is our Ferguson's lieutenant.
I am Waja, chief of the Waji," he explained, "and you are Mohammed Dubn, the Arab sheik, who would murder my people and steal my ivory," and he dexterously trussed Mr.
My father had a brother high in favour with Mohammed Boabdil, King of Grenada thither we go, secure of peace and protection, for the payment of such ransom as the Moslem exact from our people.
It had been taken from the Turkish camp before Vienna, and the standard of Mohammed had stood beneath the tremulous gilt of its canopy.
Haroun-al-Raschid, son of Mahdi, sends this letter to Mohammed Zinebi, his cousin.
But seeing that he was not likely soon to cease I made haste to put him on shore, and thence he continued his maledictions and lamentations aloud; calling on Mohammed to pray to Allah to destroy us, to confound us, to make an end of us; and when, in consequence of having made sail, we could no longer hear what he said we could see what he did; how he plucked out his beard and tore his hair and lay writhing on the ground.
said Athos, "God is great, as say the followers of Mohammed, and the future is in his hands.
It's Mohammedan in form now, but I shouldn't wonder if the tale is a long way older than Mohammed.