Allah


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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.]
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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]
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Al•lah

(ˈæl ə, ˈɑ lə)

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

Allah

[ˈælə] NAlá m
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Allah

[ˈælə] nAllah m
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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Allah

nAllah m
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Allah

[ˈælə] nAllah m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

Allah

الله Alláh Allah Allah Αλλάχ Alá Allah Allah Alah Allah アッラー 알라 Allah Allah Allah Alá Аллах Allah อัลลอฮ์ Allah thánh Allah 安拉
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References in classic literature ?
"Your Honour," said the Robber, "I could do no otherwise than take the money, for Allah made me that way."
The Christian died, and I know that she did not go to the fire, but to Allah, because since then I have seen her twice, and she told me to go to the land of the Christians to see Lela Marien, who had great love for me.
Step on board and let him conduct thee; but if thou wouldest behold thy kingdom again, see that thou takest not the name of Allah into thy mouth."
"Allah is merciful!" and tears dimmed the martial eyes of the old warrior.
Then in the church, where but a few hours before the fallen Emperor had knelt and prayed to Christ, the Sultan bowed himself in thanks and praise to Allah and Mohammed.
Thus: 'Lutuf Ullah is gone to Kurdistan.' Below, in coarse verse: 'O Allah, who sufferest lice to live on the coat of a Kabuli, why hast thou allowed this louse Lutuf to live so long?'
In futile rage Muda Saffir called down the most terrible curses of Allah and his Prophet upon the head of Ninaka and his progeny to the fifth generation, and upon the shades of his forefathers, and upon the grim skulls which hung from the rafters of his long-house.
"By Allah," he thundered, "if the afflicted of God come to any harm at your hands, I myself will shoot every hound and every puppy, and the Hunt shall ride no more.
"Allah is great, and Mahomet is his prophet," said Cronshaw impressively.
This person went through numerous other and more interesting adventures than those which I related; but the truth is, I felt sleepy on the particular night of their narration, and so was seduced into cutting them short -- a grievous piece of misconduct, for which I only trust that Allah will forgive me.
"I feel then," he said one day to Rogojin in Moscow, "I feel then as if I understood those amazing words--'There shall be no more time.'" And he added with a smile: "No doubt the epileptic Mahomet refers to that same moment when he says that he visited all the dwellings of Allah, in less time than was needed to empty his pitcher of water." Yes, he had often met Rogojin in Moscow, and many were the subjects they discussed.
I understand the 'prophet' with his sabre, on his steed: Allah commands and 'trembling' creation must obey!