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افتراضيالكلمات الأسلامية المتداولة وشرحها - بالأنجليزية

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

الزملاء المهتمين بالترجمة الدينية
ندرج لكم الكلمات المتداولة فى المواضيع الاسلامية ، ولكم ان تقتبسوها كما هى فى الترجمة وعمل هوامش شرح ، حتى يتم الاتفاق على تعميم هذه المصطلحات فيتكلم بها المسلمون بلغة موحده ويستخدمها الغير مسلمون لنفهم ما يشيروا اليه .


Adhan
Adhan is an Islamic way of calling Muslims to the five obligatory Prayers. The Adhan is announced daily from the Mosques. See Sahih Bukhari, Hadith 583, Vol. 1.

A.H.(After Hijrah)
Hijrah means emigration. The Islamic calendar starts from the year Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) emigrated from the city of Makkah to Madinah, in 622 C.E.
Ahl al-Bait
Ahl al-Bait literally means 'the people of the house', a polite form of addressing the members of the family, including husband and wife. The words occur in the Holy Quran when angels came to give glad tidings to Prophet Abraham (S.A.W.) of a son at an old age. See Surah Houd (11:73).
Ahl al-Dimmah (or Dhimmis)
are the non-Muslim subjects of an Islamic state who have been guaranteed protection of their rights- life, property and practice of their religion, etc.
Ahl al-Hadith
Refers to the group of scholars in Islam who pay relatively greater importance to 'traditions' than to other sources of Islamic doctrine such as qiyas, and tend to interpret the traditions more literally and rigorously. The term has also come to be used lately for a group of Muslims in the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent who are close to the Hanbali school in theology, and claim to follow no single school on legal matters.
Ahl al-Kitab
literally 'People of the Book,' refers to the followers of Divine Revelation before the advent of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.).
Ahmad
Ahmad is another name of Muhammad (S.A.W.). See Holy Quran, As-Saff (61:6). See Muhammad for more details.

Al-Akhirah
(After-Life, Hereafter, Next World). the term embraces the following ideas.


نقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة
That man is answerable to God.


نقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة
That the present order of existence will some day come to an end.


نقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة
That when that happens,God will bring another order into being in which He will resurrect all human beings, gather them together and examine their conduct, and reward them with justice and mercy.


نقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة
That those who are reckoned good will be sent to Paradise whereas the evil-doers will be consigned to Hell.


نقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة
That the real measure of success or failure of a person is not the extent of his prosperity in the present life, but his success in the Next.


'Alim (pl. Ulamah)
An Islamic religious scholar.

Allah

Allah - the greatest and most inclusive of the names of God. It is an Arabic word of rich and varied meaning, denoting the one who is adored in worship, who creates all that exists, who has priority over all creation, who is lofty and hidden, who confounds all human understanding. It is exactly the same word as, in Hebrew, the Jews use for God (Eloh), the word which Jesus Christ used in Aramaic when he prayed to God. God has an identical name in Judaism, Christianity and Islam; Allah is the same God worshipped by Muslims, Christians and Jews.
"He is God, the One God, Independent and Sought by all; He begets not, nor is He begotton, and there is none like unto Him." (The Holy Qur'an, Surah Al-Ikhlas)

Islam teaches that all faiths have, in essence, one common message: the existence of a Supreme Being, the one and only God, whose sovereignty is to be acknowledged in worship and in the pledge to obey His teaching and commandments, conveyed through His messengers and prophets who were sent at various times and in many places throughout history.
Allahu Akbar
Allah is the Greatest.
Amirul Mumineen
Commander of the faithful. Title of the leader of the Islamic dominion after the death of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.).
Ansar
Ansar means the 'Helpers.' (singular: Ansari). In Islamic parlance the word refers to the Muslims of Madina who helped the Muhajirin (immigrants) of Makka in the process of the latter's settling down in the new environment.

'Aqeeda
Literally means belief. In Islamic terms, it means the following six articles of faith:
1. Belief in Allah, the One God.
2. Belief in Allah's angels.
3. Belief in His revealed Books.
4. Belief in His messengers.
5. Belief in the Day of Judgement.
6. Belief in Fate and the Divine Decree.

Al-A`rab

Al-A`rab signifies the bedouin - whether of the desert or the countryside - in the vicinity of Madina. For a long time they had followed a policy of opportunism with regard to the conflict between Islam and unbelief. However, as Islam established its sway over the greater part of Hijaz and Najd and the power of the tribes hostile to Islam began to weaken, they saw their interests lay in entering the fold of Islam. For details see Surah 9.
Arafat

Arafat is a pilgrimage site, about 25 kilometers east of Makkah al-Mukaramah. Standing on 'Arafat on the 9th of Dhul-Hijjah and staying there from mid-day to sunset is the essence of the Hajj (the Pilgrimage).
Ashab al-A`raf
Ashab al-A`raf (Heights) will be the people who are neithe righteous enough to enter Paradise nor wicked enough to be cast into Hell. They will, therefore, dwell at a place situated between the two.
Ashab al-Suffah
Ashab al-Suffah consisted of about three or four hundred Companions who spent most of their time in the company of the Prophet (S.A.W.). They acquired knowledge and had dedicated themselves wholly to serving Islam.
Al-Asma al-Husna

Al-Asma al-Husna,
literally meaning the 'most excellent names' used of God, express His greatness and paramountcy, holiness, purity, and the perfection and absoluteness of all His attributes.
'Asr

'Asr is the late afternoon Prayer, the third compulsory Prayer of the day. It can be prayed between midafternoon and a little before sunset. It is also the name of Surah 103 of the Holy Quran.
Assalamu 'Alaikum
Assalamu 'Alaikum means 'Peace be on you.' Greeting of the Muslims. The response to this greeting is 'Wa 'Alaikum Assalam,' and on you be the Peace.

Athar
Sayings of the Sahabah, the companions of the Prophet (S.A.W.).
Ayah (pl. ayat)

Ayah means a sign (or 'token') which directs one to something important. In the Quran the word has been used in four different senses: (1) sign or indication; (2) the phenomena of the universe (called ayat of God for the reality to which the phenomena point is hidden behind the veil of appearances); (3) miracles performed by the Prophets; and (4) individual units (i.e. verses) of the Book of God.













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Bab Al-Raiyan
The name of one of the gates of Heavens (Jannah) through which the people who often observe fasting will enter on the Day of Judgement.



Badr
Site of the first great battle between Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and the pagans of the Quraish in 2 A.H. Badr is located about 150 kilometers south of Madinah (Saudi Arabia). The Muslim army consisted of 313 men and the Quraish had a total of about 1,000 soldiers, archers and horsemen. See Holy Quran, Al-Anfal (8:5-19, 42-48), Ale Imran (3:13).



Bahimah
Bahimah (plural baha'im) signifies every quadruped animal (of which the beasts of prey are excluded). Bahimah thus refers to goats, sheep, and cows.



Baitul Mal
An Islamic treasury intended for the benefit of the Muslims and the Islamic state and not for the leaders or the wealthy.



Baitul Maqdis
Al-Aqsa Mosque, the famous Masjid in Al-Quds (Jerusalem). It was the first Qiblah of Islam. Then Allah Ta'ala ordered Muslims to face the first House of Allah, the Ka'aba, at Makkah (Saudi Arabia). Baitul Maqdis is the third greatest Masjid in the Islamic world, the first being the Masjid Al-Haram in Makkah, and the second being the Masjid al-Rasool (the Mosque of the Prophet (S.A.W.)). It is from the surroundings of Baitul Maqdis that Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) ascended to heaven. See Holy Quran, Al-Isra (17:1).



Bakka
Another name for Makkah. See Holy Quran, Ale Imran (3:96).



Al-Baqi'
A cemetry in Madinah. Many of the Sahabiyeen (companions) and family members of the Prophet (S.A.W.) are buried here.



Barzakh
Literally means partition or barrier. In Islamic terminology it usually means the life in the grave, because the life in thegrave is the interspace between the life on earth and the life in the Hereafter. Life in the Barzakh is real, but very different from life as we know it. Its exact nature is known only to allah Ta'ala. It is during our life in the Barzakh that we will be asked about Allah, our faith and the Holy Prophet(S.A.W.). We will also be shown the Jannah (the Heavens) and the Nar (the Hell) and which of these two places we will occupy after we are judged.



Bid'a
Any innovated practice introduced in the religion of allah. the Prophet (S.A.W.) said that every Bid'a is a deviation from the true path and every deviation leads to Hellfire.



Bismillah Hir Rehman Nir Rahim
"In the name of Allah, the Most Kind, the Most Mericful." This utterance is usually made by every Muslim who is about to embark on something lawful (Halal), regardless of the magnitude of the task. This is also the first verse of Surah Al-Fatehah (Chapter 1) of the Holy Quran.



Buhtan
A false accusation, calumny, slander.












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Dajjal
Anti-Christ. Also known as Maseeh ad-Dajjal. See Ahadeeth regarding "the Final Hour" in both Sahih books. Sahih Bukhari, Hadith 649, 650, Vol. IV. Sahih Muslim, Kitab al-Fitan wa Isharat as-Say'ah.



Dar al-Harb
Dar al-Harb (Domain of War) refers to the territory under the hegemony of unbelievers, which is on terms of active or potential belligerency with the Domain of Islam, and presumably hostile to the Muslims living in its domain.



Dar al-Kufr
Dar al-Kufr (Domain of Unbelief) refers to the territory under the hegemony of the unbelievers.



Dawah
Propagation of Islam through word and action, calling the people to follow the commandments of Allah and His Messenger Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.).



Dhihar
Dhihar is a type of divorce which was common in pre-Islamic Arabia, but was made unlawful by Islam. It was a way when the husband wanted to divorce his wife he would selfishly say to her, "You are like my mother." This way she would have not conjugal rights, but at the same time she would still be bound to him like a slave. See Holy Qur'an, Al-Ahzab (33:4), Mujadilah (58:1-5).



Dhimmi
(See Ahl al-Dhimmah).



Dhu'l-Hijjah
The 12th month of the Islamic calendar. The month in which the great pilgrimage to Makkah takes place.



Dhu'l Qa'da
The 11th month of the Islamic calendar.




Din
The core meaning of din is obedience. As a Quranic technical term, din refers to the way of life and the system of conduct based on recognizing God as one's sovereign and committing oneself to obey Him. According to Islam, true din consists of living in total submission to God, and the way to do so is to accept as binding the guidance communicated through the Prophets. See the following verses of the Qur'an for reference: 3:83, 12:76, 16:52, and 51:6.



Diyah
Blood money, paid by the guilty as a compensation for killing, wounding, etc. (pl. Diyaat).
Du'a
Supplication: invoking Allah for whatever one desires.




Duhr
Noon. The second obligatory prayer (Salah) of the day. It can be prayed at any time between noon and mid-afternoon.












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Eid Al-Adha
A four-day festival that completes the rites of pilgrimage and takes place on the 10th-13th of Dhul Hijjah (the 10th is the day of Nahr and 11th-13th are the days of Tashriq.) Literally means "the feast of the sacrifice." This feast commemorates Prophet Ibrahim's obedience to Allah by being prepared to sacrifice his only son Ismel, peace be on both of them. See Holy Quran, as-Saffaat (37:100-103).



Eid Al-Fitr
Three day festival marking the end of Ramadan. It takes place on the 1st of Shawal, the 10th month of the Islamic calendar.


Fadal (Riba)
A type of interest. Taking something of superior quality in exchange for giving less of the same kind of thing of poorer quality. See Holy Qur'an, Al-Baqarah (2:275-280), Ale-Imran (3:130).



Fai
War booty gained without fighting.



Fajr
"The Dawn". The time of the first obligatory prayer (Salah). It can be prayed at any time between the first light of dawn and just before sunrise. Also called Subh (morning). See Surah 89 of the Holy Qur'an.



Faqeeh
An Islamic scholar who can give a legal opinion or judgement.



Fard 'Ain
An action which is obligatory on every Muslim.



Fard bi al-Kifayah
It signifies a collective duty of the Muslim community so that if some people carry it out no Muslim is considered blameworthy; but if no one carries it out all incur a collective guilt.



Fasad

Fasad, literally 'corruption', in Qur'anic terminology, means creating disorder and corruption on earth by following a path other than God's. Islam maintains that true peace and happiness emanate only through the observance of God's commands and through making a conscious effort to see that His laws alone are implemented in every sphere of life. Fasad occurs when man violates God's laws and disobeys Him. Fasad may therefore be partial as well as total; partial when one disregards God's law in one aspect of life while acknowledging His sovereignty in other spheres. If a society is based on the denial of God, that society is bound to be a corrupt and exploitative society - hence full of fasad.



Fasiq
transgressor, evil doer, disobedient. The one who commits fisq.



Fatwa
A legal verdict given on a religious basis. The sources on which a fatwa is based are the Holy Qur'an, and the Sunnah of the Prophet.



Fawahish
Fawahish applies to all those acts whose abominable character is self-evident. In the Qur'an all extra-marital sexual relationships, sodomy, nudity, false accusation of unchastity, and taking as one's wife a woman who had been married to one's father, are specifically reckoned as shameful deeds. In Hadith, theft, taking intoxicating drinks and begging have been characterized as fawahish as have many other brazenly evil and indecent acts.



Fidya
Compensation for missing or wrongly practicing necessary acts of worship. Fidya usually takes the form of donating money, foodstuffs, or sacrificing an animal. Contrast with Kaffara (making amends).



Fiqh
Islamic jurisprudence.




Fi sabil Allah
Fi sabil Allah (in the way of Allah) is a frequently used expression in the Qur'an which emphasizes that good acts should be done exclusively to please God. Generally the expression has been used in the Qur'an in connection with striving or spending for charitable purposes.



Fisq
Fisq is transgression. It consists of disobedience to the command of God.



Fitnah
Fitnah has been used in the Quran in two meanings. It refers, firstly, to persecution, to a situation in which the believers are harassed and intimidated because of their religious convictions. Secondly, it refers to the state of affairs wherein the object of obedience is other than the One True God.



Furqan
Furqan signifies that which enables one to distinguish between true and false; between real and fake












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Ghair Muakkada (Salah)
Unascertained prayers. These types of optional Salah (prayers) were much, but not always, practiced by the Prophet (S.A.W.).
Gharar
Selling something which has not yet been obtained. For example, selling eggs which have not yet been hatched.
Ghayy
Deception. Name of a pit in Hellfire.
Ghazawat
Plural of Ghazwa. Also called al-Maghazi. See Ghazwa.
Ghazi
A person who has taken part in a Ghazwa.
Ghazwa
A battle for the cause of Allah in which Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) himself took part.

Gheebah
Talking evil about someone in his or her absence. Backbiting. See Holy Qur'an, Al-Hujurat (49:12).
Ghulool
Stealing from the war booty before its distribution.
Ghusl
The full ritual washing of the body with water alone to be pure for the prayer. to do Ghusl: 1. Wash your private parts, 2. do Wudu (ablution), 3. wash your entire body without touching your private parts again.
Gog and Magog
Two evil empires. They are mentioned in the Qur'an and Ahadeeth (Bukhari and Muslim) when mentioning some of the scenes just before the final hour. See Quran, Al-Anbiyaa (21:96), Sahih Muslim, Kitab al-Fitan wa Isharat as-Say'ah












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Hadi
A cow, sheep or a goat that is offered as a sacrifice by a pilgrim during the Hajj.
Hadith
The word hadith literally means communication or narration. In the Islamic context it has come to denote the record of what the Prophet (S.A.W.) said, did, or tacitly approved. According to some scholars, the word hadith also covers reports about the sayings and deeds, etc. of the Companions of the Prophet in addition to the Prophet himself. The whole body of Traditions is termed Hadith and its science 'Ilm al-Hadith.
Hadith Qudsi
A saying of Allah Ta'ala narrated by the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.), that is not part of the Qur'an. Hajar Al-Aswad The 'Black Stone', a stone which some say fell from heaven, set into one corner of the Ka'bah in Makkah by Prophet Ibrahim(S.A.W.), which the pilgrims, in imitation of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) kiss, so unifying all the Muslims throughout the ages in one place.
Hajj (Major Pilgrimage)
Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, a duty one must perform during one's life-time if one has the financial resources for it. It must be performed during certain specified dates of Dhu al-Hijjah. In addition to tawaf and sa'y, there are a few other requirements but especially one's standing (i.e. stay) in 'Arafat during the day-time on 9th of Dhu al-Hijjah
Halal
Lawful as defined by Allah the Almighty. Hanif Hanif, literally 'one who is inclined', is used in the Qur'an in ten places, six with reference to the Prophet Abraham and the rest for one who is sincere and sound in his faith. The term as such connotes sincerity, uprightness and singlemindedness in one's inclination, dedication and commitment to God or to His faith.
Haram
1. Any act or deed which is prohibited by Allah and will incur His wrath and punishment.
2. Sanctuary or boundary of any Masjid (mosque), but usually used with regard to the sanctuaries of the Masjid al-Haram in Makkah and Masjid al-Rasool in Madinah. This is why they are referred to as 'Al-Haramain al-Sharifain,' the two Holy Sanctuaries. Hashr (Al) 1. Another name for the Day of Judgement, Yaum al-Hashr, "Day of the Gathering."
2. "The Exile". Surah 59 of the Holy Qur'an. Hawd The watering-place of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.), whose pure drink will refresh those who have crossed the Siraat before entering the Garden on the Last Day.
Hawiyah
The sixth level of Nar (Hellfire). This will be the home of the Christians.
Hijab
Any kind of veil-it could be a curtain, a facial veil, etc. The facial Hijab is divided into two types:
1. Niqab:
full facial covering.
2. Khimar:
partial facial covering, i.e., it covers the face, but leaves the eyes exposed. It is said that the universe is what veils the Creator from the creation. If you find the veil awe-inspiring, how much more awe-inspiring is the One behind the veil!
Hijaz
The region along the western seaboard of Arabia, in which Makkah, Madinah, Jeddah, and Ta'if are situated.
Hijrah
Hijrah signifies migration from a land where a Muslim is unable to live according to the precepts of his faith to a land where it is possible to do so. The hijrah par excellence for Muslims is the hijrah of the Prophet (S.A.W.) which not only provided him and his followers refuge from persecution, but also an opportunity to build a society and state according to the ideals of Islam
. Hijri
Name of the Islamic lunar calendar. It took its name from the early Muslims who migrated from Makkah to Madinah, and commences from the date of Prophet Muhammad's Hijrah, (S.A.W.), which he made with Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (may Allah be pleased with him), in 622 C.E. The months of the Islamic calendar are: 1. Muharram 2. Safar 3. Rabi al-Awal 4. Rabi al-Thani 5. Jumada al-Awal 6. Jumada al-Thani 7. Rajab 8. Sha'ban 9. Ramadan 10. Shawal 11. Dhul Qi'da 12. Dhul Hijjah
Hubal
Hubal, the chief of the minor deities, was an image of a man, and was aid to have been originally brought to Arabia from Syria. It was one of the so many false gods of Arabs housed in the Kabah. Hukm
Hukm, literally judgement, decision, (6:57) sometimes gives the meaning of wisdom, discretion, knowledge and the power to see things in their true perspective (26:83).












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المعلومات
الكاتب:
فريد محمد المقداد
اللقب:
مدير العلاقات العامة / الإدارة العامة للمنتديات
 
الصورة الرمزية فريد محمد المقداد

البيانات
التسجيل: Jan 2010
العضوية: 62
المشاركات: 1,104
بمعدل : 0.31 يوميا
الإتصالات
الحالة:
فريد محمد المقداد غير متواجد حالياً
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كاتب الموضوع : ايمــان عبد الله المنتدى : الترجمة الدينية
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أختي الغالية :
جهد عظيم تستحقين كل الشكر عليه،ما أحوجنا إلى توحيد كل المصطلحات وليس فقط الاسلامية ،خطوة جبارة تستحقين كل التقدير عليها وليس ذلك بغريب عليك فأنت للمهمات الصعبة
ود ومجد
فريد.












عرض البوم صور فريد محمد المقداد   رد مع اقتباس
قديم 12-23-2010, 11:08 AM   المشاركة رقم: 8
المعلومات
الكاتب:
الشاعر لطفي الياسيني
اللقب:
الرئيس الفخري للجمعية
 
الصورة الرمزية الشاعر لطفي الياسيني

البيانات
التسجيل: Jan 2010
العضوية: 118
الدولة: فلسطين القدس الشريف
العمر: 96
المشاركات: 21,818
بمعدل : 6.05 يوميا
الإتصالات
الحالة:
الشاعر لطفي الياسيني غير متواجد حالياً
وسائل الإتصال:

 

كاتب الموضوع : ايمــان عبد الله المنتدى : الترجمة الدينية
افتراضي

تحية الاسلام
جزاك الله خيرا وبارك الله لك وعليك
أزكى التحيات وأجملها..وأنداها
وأطيبها..أرسلهااليك
بكل ود وحب وإخلاص..
تعجز الحروف أن تكتب ما يحمل قلبي
من تقدير واحترام..
وأن تصف ما اختلج بملء فؤادي
من ثناء واعجاب..فما أجمل
أن يكون الإنسان شمعة
تُنير دروب الحائرين..
دمت بخير
رحم الله والدي ووالديك
كل عام وانت الى الله اقرب
الحاج لطفي الياسيني












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