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Mus·sul·man

 (mŭs′əl-mən)
n. pl. Mus·sul·men or Mus·sul·mans Archaic
A Muslim.

[Ultimately (partly via Ottoman Turkish müsülmān, müslümān) from Persian musulmān, from alteration of Arabic muslim, Muslim; see Muslim.]

Mussulman

(ˈmʌsəlmən) or

Mussalman

n, pl -mans
(Islam) an archaic word for Muslim
[C16: from Persian Musulmān (pl) from Arabic Muslimūn, pl of Muslim]

Mus•lim

(ˈmʌz lɪm, ˈmʊz-, ˈmʊs-)

also Moslem



adj., n., pl. -lims, -lim. adj.
1. of or pertaining to the religion, law, or civilization of Islam.
n.
2. an adherent of Islam.
[< Arabic, literally, a person who submits. See Islam]
usage: Moslem, once the more widely used form, still has currency but has declined in favor of Muslim. The use of Muhammadan in reference to Islam or its adherents is rejected by Muslims themselves, as is Muhammadanism for Islam.
Translations

Mussulman

n pl <-mans> (old)Muselman(in) m(f)
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1 (Jan/Feb 2006): 71-73; see also David Patterson, Open Wounds: The Crisis of Jewish Thought in the Aftermath of the Holocaust (University of Washington Press, 2006), especially Chapter 6, "The Musselmann and the Matter of the Human Being."
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