AL-HAMID: The All-Praiseworthy

AL-HAMĪD (الحميد) The All-Praiseworthy, The Praiseworthy, The Praised One, The Admirable, The Commendable, The Laudable One Arabic root From the root (ح م د) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to praise, to laud with deep feelings of adoration and submission; to praise one for something done by that one’s own will; to speak well […]

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AL-MAJID: The All-Glorious

AL-MAJĪD (المجيد) The All-Glorious, The Exalted, The Majestic One, The Noble, The Illustrious, The Most Honorable, The Praiseworthy Related name: AL-MĀJID (الماجد) The Honorable Arabic root Both MAJĪD (محيد) and MĀJID (ماجد) come from the root (م ج د) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to be glorious, dignified, majestic, noble, honorable; to be […]

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AL-KABIR: The Grand

AL-KABIR (الكبير) The Grand, The All-Great, The Most Great, The Big, The Perfection of Greatness Related name: AL-AKBAR (الأكبار) The Greatest English meanings The One who is greater than everything in status The One whose essence is the perfection of greatness The One who is incomparably great The One whose greatness is beyond measure The […]

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