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

Discussion in 'Word Games' started by Seeking Allah's Mercy, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. Seeking Allah's Mercy
    sunnah
    Offline

    Seeking Allah's Mercy Qul HuwaAllahu Ahud!

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2008
    Messages:
    4,290
    Likes Received:
    124
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Locating. . .
    Ratings Received:
    +220 / 0
    Jazakallah khair.

    how may narrators up from the reporter exactly??

    interesting!!and all these are types of fabricated hadeeths??
  2. JenGiove
    Offline

    JenGiove Junior Member

    Joined:
    Jul 21, 2010
    Messages:
    1,470
    Likes Received:
    2
    Trophy Points:
    0
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +2 / 0
    I swear, if it wasn't for Brother Ayman, I think we'd all be toast!

    Brother Ayman, I'm about to say something I don't often say...

    Jazakum Allah Khairan!
  3. thariq2005
    Offline

    thariq2005 Praise be to Allah!

    Joined:
    Oct 14, 2007
    Messages:
    1,333
    Likes Received:
    36
    Trophy Points:
    58
    Gender:
    Male
    Ratings Received:
    +55 / 0
    That is much clearer than what I said, also I would like to say and this is according to Ibn Hajar atleast (I do not know about the other hadeeth scholars), that Munqati` is usually a missing link anywhere else other than the sahaabi and the reporter. So if N1 is missing, or N3, or N2, then this is Munqati`. Also Ibn Hajar mentions that if two or more narrators are missing consecutively, then it is known Mu`dal. For example if T, N1 are missing, or N1 and N2 are missing, or even N1, N2 and N3 are missing.

    As for Marfoo`, then it is a saying, action or tacit approval attributed to the Prophet :saw2: directly (sarihan) or indirectly (Hukman).

    So for example: Narrated 'Umar bin Al-Khattab: I heard Allah's Apostle saying, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his emigration was for what he emigrated for." [Bukhaari, 1]

    Now this is Marfoo` because it is attributed to the Prophet :saw2:, and thus the narration is "... Allaah's Apostle saying", or " I heard the Prophet :saw2:", or "I saw the Prophet :saw2:" (this is usually his :saw2:'s action) and there are other ways how ahadeeth are narrated

    If it is a narration like this: It is reported that Abû Hurayrah – Allâh be pleased with him – used to say about the house in which the Qur’ân is recited:

    It becomes spacious for its inhabitants, the good of it becomes plentiful, the angels come to it and the devils leave it. And the house in which the Qur’ân is not recited becomes cramped for its inhabitants, has little good in it, and the devils come to it. [Ibn Abî Shaybah, Al-Musannaf]


    Then this is known as Mawqoof, because it is a statement attributed to a Sahaabi i.e Aboo Hurayrah

    And a final narration: ‘Abdullâh the son of Al-Imâm Ahmad reports that his father, Al-Imâm Ahmad, said, “The graves of Ahl Al-Sunnah who committed major sins are gardens (from Paradise) whilst the graves of the heretics (adherents of Bid’ah) who were ascetics are pits (from the Fire). The sinners from Ahl Al-Sunnah are the beloved (awliyâ`) of Allâh, whereas the ascetics of Ahl Al-Bid’ah are the enemies of Allâh.” [Ibn Abî Ya’lâ, Tabaqât Al-Hanâbilah Vol. 1 p182]

    And this is known as Mursal, because it is a statement attributed to an imaam (or it could be attributed to a Tabi`ee).

    I hope that is clearer inshaa'Allaah

    P.S Anybody else want to have a go at Tarjee`

    Wassalaamu `alaykkum
  4. Janaan
    sunnah
    Offline

    Janaan ربنا اغفر لنا ذنوبنا Staff Member

    Joined:
    Nov 13, 2009
    Messages:
    2,183
    Likes Received:
    167
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    Amatullaah
    Ratings Received:
    +456 / 3
    As-salamu 'Alaikum!

    Of what little i know, the word 'Hawqala' is a saying just like tarjee' is. Hawqalah is to basically saying the sentence, "Laa hawla walaa quwwata Illaa Billaah"...translated as "There's no might/power or strength except with Allah". And sort of like Tarjee', this is said by muslims whenever seized by calamity.

    If I'm not wrong then I suggest, "Muubiqaat" for the next word.
  5. faaraa
    Offline

    faaraa Nothing but Muslimah

    Joined:
    Aug 29, 2009
    Messages:
    1,768
    Likes Received:
    12
    Trophy Points:
    48
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +24 / 0
    Well,

    Qiraan, is a type of Hajj, right??:shymuslima1: (im not sure though..)

    Any ways, that word Qiraan, indicates the act of a Hajj and an Umrah performed together with the same Ihraam.., I think..

    Correct me if I am wrong

    Now My word is... ITH-THIBAAH

    FEE AMANILLAH:hearts:
  6. faaraa
    Offline

    faaraa Nothing but Muslimah

    Joined:
    Aug 29, 2009
    Messages:
    1,768
    Likes Received:
    12
    Trophy Points:
    48
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +24 / 0
    Sounds like no one knows...:lol::lol::lol:

    Well, I too do not know much Arabic...:lol::lol:

    ITH-THIBAAH, means to follow some thing devotedly..Basically it does mean to obey some thing 100%

    I came across this word when I was listening to a Tamil lecture..:shymuslima1:

    Now, the next word is... FIQH :)

    FEE AMANILLAH:hearts:
  7. faaraa
    Offline

    faaraa Nothing but Muslimah

    Joined:
    Aug 29, 2009
    Messages:
    1,768
    Likes Received:
    12
    Trophy Points:
    48
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +24 / 0
    Ya Akhi... I am sorry...:shymuslima1: I made a mistake..

    Jazakallahu Khair for explaining me..:)

    BUT SADLY I DO NOT KNOW THE MEANING FOR THAT WORD...:girl3: + :lol:

    But I have got a word with me...:lol:

    WALEEMAH... (I HOPE THERE IS NO SPELLING ERRORS..:lol:)

    FEE AMANILLAH:hearts:
  8. faaraa
    Offline

    faaraa Nothing but Muslimah

    Joined:
    Aug 29, 2009
    Messages:
    1,768
    Likes Received:
    12
    Trophy Points:
    48
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +24 / 0
    Akhi.. you see, does not Waleemah mean the feast which is given by the new groom to his friends and family..etc, for he has got married??

    I dont know Arabic, but this is what people have taught me...:shymuslima1:
    So plz be kind enough to explain..

    And, I really dont know what does Kalaala means... SO I WONT PROVIDE MY NEW WORD..:lol::lol:

    Explain that too, we are here to study, INSHA ALLAH:hearts:

    FEE AMAILLAH:hearts:
  9. Janaan
    sunnah
    Offline

    Janaan ربنا اغفر لنا ذنوبنا Staff Member

    Joined:
    Nov 13, 2009
    Messages:
    2,183
    Likes Received:
    167
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    Amatullaah
    Ratings Received:
    +456 / 3
    As-salaamu `alaikum!

    I'm not sure of the 'exact' meaning for this word....but i'm pretty sure it has something to do with 'Inheritance' and 'ascendants/descendants'....

    I found two Ayahs(both are in Nisaa') concerning 'Kalaalah' though. One, this one starts with "Yastaftuunaka Qulillaahu yufteekum fil Kalaalah(ti)" says "....Allaah directs about Kalaalah. If it's a man that dies leaving a sister, but no child, she shall have half the inheritance. If a woman, who left no child, her brother takes her inheritance. If there are two sisters, they shall have two-thirds of the inheritance; if there are brothers and sisters, the male will have twice the share of the female..."

    So maybe it means 'someone who leaves(or does not leave(?)) family members as heirs(give them the righht to inherit)'...

    - you might want to help me and the sister out akhy.:)
  10. Janaan
    sunnah
    Offline

    Janaan ربنا اغفر لنا ذنوبنا Staff Member

    Joined:
    Nov 13, 2009
    Messages:
    2,183
    Likes Received:
    167
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    Amatullaah
    Ratings Received:
    +456 / 3
    @sis Faaraa, I believe that word(walima) actually used to be used for all types of gathering(Fath Al-bari), as the word walima is said to be derived from the root word 'Walam'(different words might've been used for different type of gathering...but it's still some sort of a gathering). And now adays 'Walima' is particularly used for the wedding feast....
  11. Muslimah16
    Offline

    Muslimah16 ServantOfAllah*

    Joined:
    Jan 7, 2008
    Messages:
    1,809
    Likes Received:
    1
    Trophy Points:
    36
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +1 / 0
    As-salaamu'alaykum,

    Okay nice and easy one, "Halala"

    Wassalam
  12. Mina Mohammed
    Offline

    Mina Mohammed New Member

    Joined:
    Dec 2, 2010
    Messages:
    17
    Likes Received:
    0
    Trophy Points:
    0
    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    United States
    Ratings Received:
    +0 / 0
    Halaala, A monetary unit of Saudi Arabia, equal to of a riyaal...right?!
  13. Seeking Allah's Mercy
    sunnah
    Offline

    Seeking Allah's Mercy Qul HuwaAllahu Ahud!

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2008
    Messages:
    4,290
    Likes Received:
    124
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Locating. . .
    Ratings Received:
    +220 / 0
    I got a word:

    Al-Murjiah
  14. Seeking Allah's Mercy
    sunnah
    Offline

    Seeking Allah's Mercy Qul HuwaAllahu Ahud!

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2008
    Messages:
    4,290
    Likes Received:
    124
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Locating. . .
    Ratings Received:
    +220 / 0
    Well? Anyone?
  15. thariq2005
    Offline

    thariq2005 Praise be to Allah!

    Joined:
    Oct 14, 2007
    Messages:
    1,333
    Likes Received:
    36
    Trophy Points:
    58
    Gender:
    Male
    Ratings Received:
    +55 / 0
    A deviant sect from the past that believed that sins are not part of Eemaan and thus it does not have an affect on the Eemaan of a person. The group came about as a retaliation for the Khawaarij, but deviated.

    Many of the Salaf refuted them mentioning that their bid`ah is worse than the Khawaarij.

    Now on that note, what is the definition of Eemaan? (Well atleast according to the books of `Aqeedah
  16. Seeking Allah's Mercy
    sunnah
    Offline

    Seeking Allah's Mercy Qul HuwaAllahu Ahud!

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2008
    Messages:
    4,290
    Likes Received:
    124
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Locating. . .
    Ratings Received:
    +220 / 0
    Jazakallah khair. I first read it in this hadith:

    Anas Bin Malik (ra) narrated from the Prophet :)saw2:) said: Al-Qadariyyah and Al-Murjiah are the Majouss of this Ummah. If they get sick, do not visit them, and if they die, do not attend their funerals". And than found some excellent articles explaining what this Murjiah was.

    I found this:
    Al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar (d. 853H) said, “Eemaan in the language means’ tasdeeq’ (attesting to the truth of something). In the Sharee’ah it means ‘tasdeeq’ (attesting to the truth) of what the Messenger (swallallahu alaihi wasallam) brought from his Lord.

    the Salaf say: Eemaan is ‘aqeedah* in the heart, statement of the tongue and action of the limbs. They mean by this that actions are a condition for its completeness.

    *(reality of Aqeedah to humans, it is what the heart has knotted itself around. The meaning of "the heart knotted around it" is that the heart has contained it and embodied it fully and decisively with ease and tranquillity.)

    My word: Wijdan.
  17. JenGiove
    Offline

    JenGiove Junior Member

    Joined:
    Jul 21, 2010
    Messages:
    1,470
    Likes Received:
    2
    Trophy Points:
    0
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +2 / 0
    Ok, I couldn't find anything in depth about the usage of this word except as a girl's name which means "ecstasy;sentiment" and in another name definition site, I saw it defines as "sentimental strength". So, using some common sense and a whole lot of guess work..:) I assume that the word is used Islamicly to describe the shoring up of strength of emaan gained during difficult times from remembering the good times from the past.

    Let me know if I got it right...or wrong...:) Remember, I'm just guessing here...
  18. Seeking Allah's Mercy
    sunnah
    Offline

    Seeking Allah's Mercy Qul HuwaAllahu Ahud!

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2008
    Messages:
    4,290
    Likes Received:
    124
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Locating. . .
    Ratings Received:
    +220 / 0
    Oh My Old team's here*smile*.

    You are partially right, partially wrong.

    It is basically the heart. Like when we say "My heart says. . ." You can say what the heart feels and reason (mind) agrees to it.

    The heart could be used to refer to the mind, or to the heart as we know it, and which in this context means the emotion i.e the "Wijdan".

    Okay your turn. Give us a word!
  19. JenGiove
    Offline

    JenGiove Junior Member

    Joined:
    Jul 21, 2010
    Messages:
    1,470
    Likes Received:
    2
    Trophy Points:
    0
    Gender:
    Female
    Ratings Received:
    +2 / 0
    ROTFL! I'd have to KNOW words in order to give you one......ok, lemme think. I saw a word posted today that I don't know in another thread...

    Actually, there are two words and I think they go together and I THINK I know what they mean but I wanted a clareification....then I have another word specific to Ramadan so I'll wait till later to ask it. :) How that?

    1) mullani (Muslim woman?)
    2) muhajabah (Muslim woman who wears a Hijab?)
  20. Seeking Allah's Mercy
    sunnah
    Offline

    Seeking Allah's Mercy Qul HuwaAllahu Ahud!

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2008
    Messages:
    4,290
    Likes Received:
    124
    Trophy Points:
    73
    Gender:
    Female
    Occupation:
    student
    Location:
    Locating. . .
    Ratings Received:
    +220 / 0
    You sort of got them both right.

    Mullani: Not really an islamic word, and is usually used to insult someone [to express sarcasm]. It basically is the feminine for Mullah which is a Sheikh in urdu. Mullani is the female sheikh. The word is mostly used for a Muslim girl when she's thought be an extremist know-it-all. It has the same effect as words like fundamentalist, extremist, wahabi etc.

    Muhajabah [not sure], Amatuallah tells me you got that one right.

    Okay next word: Mawqoof

Share This Page