~*~*~Islamic Word Meaning~*~*~

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  1. Seeking Allah's Mercy
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    :salam2:wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. . .

    This game should help us get better understanding of the "terms"(Arabic)used in Quran,hadith and books of knowledge.Share you knowledge,ask Questions and clear the confusion Inshaa'Allah.

    words like ijtihad,Mawdoo',qiyaas,takhreej etc.

    Rules


    1) The words given should not be random Arabic words like Sabr, Shukr, Dinar etc.

    2) The words given should have importance in Islamic studies. For example Hadeeth related words (Saheeh, Mursal, Da'eef), Words related to Quraan (tarteel, hudud ), or words related to scholarly text.

    3) Along with the meaning of the word, provide (detailed, if possible) explanation, so that the reader can understand its full meaning and use.

    4) If the word is used in an Ayah or hadith, or an ayah or hadith helps in explanation of the word. Please share it.

    5) If the word is from the Quraan, try to explain the root word, where it used in the Quraan, and how its form or meaning may differ in different ayah of the Quraan.

    6) The person providing the correct answer should provide the next word.

    Jazakallah khair!!
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    okay my first word:Tadlees
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    :wasalam:

    Nice idea...:ma: just love it!

    but I dont know the meaning for this word...:girl3:
    let me search..


    FEE AMANILLAH:hearts:
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    Tadlees in Arabic is hiding the defects of an item that is for sale.

    hehe....he who google-ith faster wins! lol!


    Ok, my word....hmmm...I have such limits from sheer ingorance...

    I'll make it easy...

    Halal
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    Wa `alaykkum salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

    Tadlees in shari`ah terms is mostly used in Usool al Hadeeth. It is one of the terms that people who do not know arabic kind of struggle with, since many brothers in my class struggled with this terminology. But explaining it with an example might make more sense. An example of a hadeeth in which tadlees has taken place: Two narrators A and B narrate from their Shaykh (Note: both narrators have the same teacher). It maybe that narrator B narrates the words of their shaykh to narrator A. So narrator A quotes the shaykh (in the apparent it seems as though the narrator A heard from the teacher directly, rather he only heard the words of the teacher through another medium, i.e narrator B). This is an example of Tadlees. NOTE:If Narrator A has NOT met the Shaykh, and hears the words of the shaykh from Narrator B and narrates it, then this is also a form of tadlees and is called Mursal khafiy.

    On a side note: Mostly the narrators who do tadlees are weakened by the scholars of hadeeth.

    2) Halaal= Lawful

    Wassalaamu `alaykkum
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    :salam2:

    Akhi, I guess in this 'game' you've to provide a word as well?
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    :wasalam:

    Hm, Thalbiya is some thing said aloud by the pilgrims who visit Makkah to perform Hajj or Umrah

    Here I am Oh ALLAH, Here I am..
    You have no partner here I am
    Verily all praises, graces & sovereignty belong to You
    You have no partner


    That is the Meaning of Thalbiya..

    Now, My word is THAZKIYATHUNNAFS...

    FEE AMANILAH
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    Salaam

    Thazkiyathunnafs: praising oneself.

    My word: Al Arjoon al Qadeem

    Salaam
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    Wa `alaykkum salaam wa rahmatullaah, Tazkiyat un Nafs means: "Purification of the soul"

    Wa `alaykkum salaam wa rahmatullaah, sorry, I didn't realize you changed the rules of the game.

    Erm, what is Marfoo`, literal meaning and how is it used in shari`ah (mostly used in hadeeth terms)
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    16 letters....WOW! I can't even imagine trying to figure out how to pronounce it.....
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    thariq2005 Praise be to Allah!

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    You pronounce it like this (its a sentence btw), "Tuz-kiya-tun-nafs"
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    Thanks.....could you use it in a sentence for me?
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    Salaam

    I'm sorry! I asked my husband and he told me that meaning - I'm going to kill him hehe

    Jazzak Allah Khair - purification of the soul.

    Salaam
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    It is a sentence in itself :Confused
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    Sorry. I don't speak Arabic so I wouldn't know how to use it in a conversation.
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    :salam2:wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu....

    Sobhan'Allah how many of you have got noz in your cars. . .that's waay to fast.i have some catching up to do now!!

    Thanks jen,simple meaning first gives the idea.so then i understood the complex ones better.

    you should be here for often or things just may pass over my head=)!!


    Yes i found it hard to understand,even thought the book provides a definition in the glossary.which i read now after the replies again and somehow it made more sense.Jazakallah khair for the example it helped.

    you mean A wasn't there when the narration was narrated,right??not like narrator A has never met the sheik.or would it be the same in each case??sorry got confused there.
    Jazakallah khair for futhur explaination.also including it's types is makes it easy to understand what the stuff in the book was all about.It had something to do with the fake naming thing.

    so idraaj=tadlees within content

    ??=Tadlees within the attribution chain (or is it simply called tadlees)

    Jazakallah khair dear sister,i'm glad you liked it.hope you benefit from it too.

    aaand i don't think you need to search for the word tadlees anymore^_^
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    yes you are right sister=)

    rules are not changed.I'm sorry that the post confused you.this is a big problem with me.anyways it's clear now Inshaa'Allah

    Jazakallah khair.It's good you provided the explaintion.coz i was totally confused.i hope sister OmAhmed understood too.
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    i'll give it a shot but someone needs to explain it furthur Insaa'Allah.(coz I need explaination for it).

    according to the Glossary:

    Mafoo':"raised";a narratios attributed to the prophet:saw:

    O_O

    Next word:Mu'allaq

    P.S plzz make the next word bold and red so that it won't be missed
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    Wa `alaykkum salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

    Let me give you an example of Narrator A not meeting the shaykh. Say for example you are a student of Shaykh ibn Jibreen (rahimahullaah). So you hear a narration from him, and then you come back to your country and narrate it to your little brother (who has not met the shaykh). Now what your brother will do is, he will narrate the hadeeth on the authority of Ibn Jibreen and people will naturally think he heard it from the shaykh himself, while he hasn't even met him. And this is Mursal Khafiy

    Mu`allaq- This is the suspended report, and this is when the Saqt (lacuna/gap) is on the narrator's side. So for example Imaam Al Bukhaari narrates a hadeeth but he does not incude his teacher in the chain. Or it could even be that he does not include his teacher's teacher, and so on. This results to weakness in the chain

    Let me try a hard one... Tarjee`. What does it mean, and how is it used in terms of `Ibaadah?
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    :salam2:wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. . .

    Jazakallah khair for clearing that one.

    okay so mu'allaq is a narrations with it's chain missing one of the narrators,correct??(sorry for repeating the words.i want to make sure i understood correctly).

    i sure don't know about tarjee' right now,but can you explain marfoo' a lil.as i don't really get that one lined definition the book provides.Jazakallah khair.

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