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Fat·i·maalso Fat·i·mah (făt′ə-mə) 606?-632?
Daughter of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. She married Ali, among the first to embrace Islam, and is regarded by Muslims as one of the Four Perfect Women.
A village of west-central Portugal north-northeast of Lisbon. It became a pilgrimage site after the reported appearance of the Virgin Mary to three children in 1917.
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(Biography) ?606–632 ad daughter of Mohammed; wife of Ali
(Placename) a village in central Portugal: Roman Catholic shrine and pilgrimage centre
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Fat•i•ma(ˈfæt ə mə, ˈfɑ tiˌmɑ)
A.D. 606?–632, daughter of Muhammad and wife of Ali.
Fá•ti•ma(ˈfɑ tɪ mə)
a village in central Portugal, N of Lisbon: Roman Catholic shrine.
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