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Al·lah

 (ä′lə, ə lä′)
n.
God, especially in Islam.

[Arabic allāh : al-, the + 'ilāh, god; see ʔl in Semitic roots.]

Allah

(ˈælə)
n
(Islam) Islam the Muslim name for God; the one Supreme Being
[C16: from Arabic, from al the + Ilāh god; compare Hebrew elōah]

Al•lah

(ˈæl ə, ˈɑ lə)

n. Islam.
the Supreme Being; God.
[< Arabic Allāh]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Allah - Muslim name for the one and only GodAllah - Muslim name for the one and only God
Translations
Аллах
Alláh
Allah
الله
Allah
Alah
Allah
アッラー
알라
Alah
Alah
Allah
อัลลอฮ์
thánh Allah

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Allah

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in the name of Allah → au nom d'Allahall-American [ˌɔːləˈmɛrɪkən] adj [boy, girl, hero] → cent pour cent américain(e)all-around [ˌɔːləˈraʊnd] adj (US) [sportsman] → complet/ète

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And what indicates their superiority are a number of narrations, one of which is the saying of the Prophet, sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam: "Performance of 'Umrah is an expiation of the sins committed between it and the previous 'Umrah, and the reward of the Hajj which is accepted by Allaah, Most High, is nothing but Paradise.
Therefore, we must invest our time in obedience to Allaah and make sure that our spiritual condition is improving from year to year; for the more time runs away from us, the closer we are drawing to our graves.
Allaah, Allaah, Allaah: The Role of Context in Translation" (Cairo, Egypt)
One reads: "I urge you by Allaah to take care of the Qur'an and do not let others be better at putting it into practice than you.
As the Prophet (PBUH) said: "Be keen to do that which will benefit you, rely on Allah, and do not be lazy (by not exerting effort) and say when a problem befalls you: 'If only I would have done such and such, then the result would have been such and such' rather, one should say: 'This was decreed by Allaah and He does what He wills.