Allah (الله ') is the standard Arabic name for God'. While the term is best known in the West for its use by Muslims as a reference to God, it is used by Arabs of all Abrahamic faiths, including Mizrahi Jews, Baha'is and Eastern Orthodox Christians, in reference to God.
Geographically Illah is a town in Delta State, Nigeria on the west bank of the River Niger, a few miles north of a straight line from Benin City to Enugu. It is located at 201 meters above the sea level. ...
God in Islamic contexts
("God"). The one true God.
(Arabic)- The Islamic name for God in the Arabic language. Allah derives from Al-llah and means literally 'The One' or 'The God' or 'The One God'.
The Five Percent founder, Clarence 13X or “Pudding” is referred to as “Allah”, “Daddy” or “Father”. Although Elijah Muhammed is responsible for the foundational teachings, Clarence 13X is responsible for the modifications as they were passed down to NGE members
The One Creator is known in Arabic and in Islam as Allah. He is also known in other monotheistic religions as the Lord, God and Jehovah.
Allah means simply “God” in the Arabic language. It does not refer to any special God but only the one God. Indeed Muslims believe that Allah is the same God whom the Jews and Christians pray to.
Means "The God" in Arabic; the word "Allah" is usually associated with Islam, but Arabic-speaking Christians also use the same word. In their 1997 model line, Nike created a series of sneaker models where the word "AIR" was intended to look like it was on fire. ...
Supreme God in strictly monotheistic Islam. (p.277)
the Arabic word for God. It is the definite of ilaah اله meaning “a god or diety [infinitive]“. While there are a number of grammatical opinions that look at the root of و ل ه there is one opinion that I hold to more and that is the root coming from the possessive, lahu له meaning, “for him or ...
God in Arabic, the language in which the Holy Koran, the Holy text of Islam, is written.
Essentially it means God, but for a fairer and more detailed explanation, go here.
Arabic word for "the Lord." In Muslim theology, the same God whom Christians and Jews worship (under the name Jehovah/Yahweh). Allah has 99 attributes, or descriptive names, such as "the Compassionate" and "the Merciful."
This is an Arabic word which means "the One True God." Most Muslims in the West use Allah and God interchangeably.
A pagan deity of Babylonian heritage who is the god of Islam.
the Mohammedan Supreme Being, as distinguished from the Christian, Jewish, and so forth.
God (in monotheistic understanding of the word); the only entity worthy of worship
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.
The Supreme Creator of the universe and all that exists, whom all Muslims worship. The word Allah is derived from the Arabic word Ilah (meaning god), but as the word ‘god’ has a plural form (gods) and a feminine form (goddess), the word Allah should always be used in its place.
the muslim term for God, the Almighty One, the Compassionate, the Merciful, the Source from which all things seen and unseen emanate and return
(Arabic allāhu الله) is traditionally used by Muslims as the Arabic word for "God" (not "God's personal name", but the equivalent of the Hebrew word El as opposed to YHWH). The word Allah is not specific to Islam; Arab Christians and Arab Jews also use it to refer to the monotheist deity. ...
The name of the Creator of the universe and all that it contains.It is derived from the word "Ilah" which means "the One deserving all worship", the One to whom all hearts submit in love, fear, reverence, desire, trust and sincerity, and to whom all limbs submit in all forms of worship such as ...
The true name for the creator of the Universe is Allah. He is the Merciful, the Beneficent, the Knowledgeable, the Protector, the Mighty, the God, the Provider, the Exalted, the Lord, the All-Knowing, the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing, the Magnificent, the Wise, the Loving, the First, the Last, ...