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Mu·ham·mad

(mo͝o-häm′ĭd, -hă′mĭd) also Mo·ham·med (mō-, mo͝o-)570?-632.
Arab prophet and founder of Islam. Muslims regard him as God's messenger through whom the Koran was revealed. Muhammad established a theocratic state at Medina after 622 and began to convert Arabia to Islam.

[Arabic muḥammad, praised, commendable, passive participle of ḥammada, to praise highly, from ḥamida, to extol; see ḥmd in the Appendix of Semitic roots.]

Muhammad

(mʊˈhæməd)
n
(Biography) ?570–632 ad, the prophet believed by Muslims to be the channel for the final unfolding of God's revelation to mankind: popularly regarded as the founder of Islam. He began to teach in Mecca in 610 but persecution forced him to flee with his followers to Medina in 622. After several battles, he conquered Mecca (630), establishing the principles of Islam (embodied in the Koran) over all Arabia

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.Muhammad - leader of Black Muslims who campaigned for independence for Black Americans (1897-1975)Muhammad - leader of Black Muslims who campaigned for independence for Black Americans (1897-1975)
2.Muhammad - the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632)Muhammad - the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632)
Translations
Мохамед
Mahoma
Mohamed
Muhammed
Mohamedo
Muḩammad
Muhammad
מוחמד
मुहम्मद
Muhamed
MohamedMohamed próféta
Muhammad
Múhameð
マホメットムハンマド・イブン=アブドゥッラーフモハメッド
Machometus
Mahometas
Muhameds
മുഹമ്മദ്
Muhammed
Mahomet
Maomé
Mahomed
Mohamed
Mohamed
Мухамед
Muhammed
Muhammad
MehmetMuhammed bin Abdullah
Мухаммед
Muhammad

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