Meaning of MUHAMMAD in English

MUHAMMAD

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or Mohammed

born с 570, Mecca, Arabia

died June 8, 632, Medina

Arab prophet who established the religion of Islam .

The son of a merchant of the ruling tribe, he was orphaned at age six. He married a rich widow, Khadījah, with whom he had six children, including Fāṭimah, a daughter. According to tradition, in 610 he was visited by the angel Gabriel, who informed Muhammad that he was the messenger of God. His revelations and teachings, recorded in the Mecca for Medina in 622. This flight, known as the Hijrah , marks the beginning of the Islamic era. Muhammad's followers defeated a Meccan force in 624; they suffered reverses in 625 but repelled a Meccan siege of Medina in 627. He won control of Mecca by 629 and of all Arabia by 630. He made his last journey to Mecca in 632, establishing the rites of the hajj , or pilgrimage to Mecca. He died later that year and was buried at Medina. His life, teachings, and miracles have been the subjects of Muslim devotion and reflection ever since.

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Abu al Fath Jalal al Din Muhammad Akbar

Muhi al Din Muhammad

Zahir al Din Muhammad

Muhammad Shams al Din Hafiz

Abd Allah ibn Muhammad al Tai'ishi

Muhammad ibn Abd al Karim al KhaTTabi

Abduh Muhammad

Muhammad ibn Musa al Khwarizmi

Ali Muhammad

Muhammad Abd al Rauf al Qudwah al Husayni

Aydid Muhammad Farah

Muhammad Farah Hassan

Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz

Bukhari Abu Abd Allah Muhammad ibn Ismail al

Fadlallah Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn

Mawlay Hasan Muhammad ibn Yusuf

Abu Muhammad Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Said ibn Hazm

Muhammad ibn Ishaq ibn Yasar ibn Khiyar

Sidi Muhammad Idris al Mahdi al Sanusi

Iqbal Sir Muhammad

Jafar ibn Muhammad

Muhammad Khatami

Muhammad Ahmad ibn al Sayyid Abd Allah

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad I Askia

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Muhammad ibn Tughluq

Muhammad V

Sidi Muhammad ibn Yusuf

Muhammad Elijah

Nur al Hilmi Burhanuddin bin Muhammad

Qasimi Sheikh SulTan ibn Muhammad al

Rashid Rida Muhammad

Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariyya al Razi

Sadat Muhammad Anwar el

Shafii Abu Abd Allah Muhammad ibn Idris al

Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Jarir al tabari

Wahhab Muhammad ibn Abd al

Abu al Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Rushd

Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn tarkhan ibn Uzalagh al Farabi

Abu Hamid Muhammad ibn Muhammad al tusi al Ghazali

Abu Abd Allah Muhammad ibn Abd Allah al Lawati al tanji ibn BaTTuTah

Sidi Muhammad ibn Ali al Sanusi al Mujahiri al Hasani al Idrisi

Mohammed ben Brahim Boukharouba

Jinnah Mohammed Ali

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