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Glossary of Islamic Terms Aisha

Glossary of Islamic Terms Aisha

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the
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ISBN
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59794072
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Preface
iii
Generaland
Historical
Terms
General
Terms
Units
of
Weight
and
Measurement
Arabic
Expressions
Historical
TermsSome
NotableHistorians
Some
Early
Historical
Sources
Eschatology
Terms
relating
to
Morals
and
Ethics
Specific
Topics
71
The
Qur’an
Terms
relatedto
Qur’
ãnic
recitation
or
tafsir
Prophets,
places
and
people
mentioned
in
the
Qur’anQur’
anic
commentators
(mufassiran)
Some
Classical
Tafsirs
of
the
Qur’an
Qira’at
of
the
Qur’an
Hadith
J~Iadith
Terminology
Some
Important
people
in
the
fieldof
Hadith
Major
Collections
of
1-ladith
Traditional
Ranking
of
~-Iadith
Collections
Fiqh
General
Termsused
in
Fiqh
U~cül
al-Fiqh
terms
Table
of
Contents
3
26
28
32
51
56
6066
73
81
87
92
93
95
97105112115
116
131
 
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152
Inheritance
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155
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161
Some
Important
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161
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161
Some
Major
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165
Some
Important
Maliki
texts
The
inspiration
for
this
book
came
about
largely
as
the
result
of
the166
necessity
of
having
to
compile
glossaries
for
a
number
of
books.
This
The
Hanafi
Madhhab
167
resulted
in
the
gradual
growth
of
a
basic
glossary
over
thecourse
of
Some
Major
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168
time.
Eventually
it
seemed
sensibleto
compile
a
glossary
which
would
Some
i~anafi
Texts
be
more
or
less
comprehensive.
Of
course,
given
thenature
of
language,170
a
completely
comprehensiveglossary
is
impossible,
and
there
will
The
Shäfi’i
Madhhab
170
inevitably
besome
oversights
and
omissions.
If
there
are
some
glaring
Some
MajorShãfi’Ifuqahã’
173
OflhlSSjOflS,
that
is
entirely
my
fault
and
perhaps
could
be
rectified
in
Some
Shãfi’1
Texts
future
editions,
Allah
willing.
174
At
the
inspired
suggestion
of
HajjIdris
Mears,
rather
than
simply
The
i~anbali
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174
arranging
the
book
as
an
alphabetical
dictionary,
I
have
divided
the
book
Some
Major
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176
into
various
key
topics.
This
will
enable
the
readertoapproach
the
book
Some
Hanbali
Texts
in
two
ways.
First
there
is
an
alphabetical
index
atthe
back
of
the
book
177
by
which
a
particularword
can
be
located,rather
in
the
way
one
uses
a
Other
Madnh~05
thesaurus.
But
if
someone
is
interested
in
a
particularfield,
such
as
179
hadith
orphilosophy,
then
he
or
she
cango
straighttothatsection
and
Terms
used
in
Kalam
and
philosophy
find
the
relevant
material
all
in
one
place.
This
will
also
enableotherstohave
an
overallview
of
the
topic
and
perhaps
glimpse
the
depths
of
Some
Major
figures
in
Kalãrn
and196
Islamic
knowledge.
Occasionally
a
word
will
be
repeated
in
several
sec
early
Muslim
philosoPhY
tions
for
this
reason.
Sometimes,
of
course,the
definition
will
vary
203
slightly
because
of
a
particular
usage
which
pertainsto
an
individual
Terms
used
in
Sutism
field.
229
Thesections
which
deal
with
specifictopics
also
mention
some
Some
major
Tarlqas
232
major
figures
and
booksrelatedto
the
topics
being
dealt
with.
Again,
Some
famous
Sufi
te-xts
-
235
this
is
by
nomeans
comprehensive,
so
if
thereader
finds
that
some
Some
famous
Sufis
notable
individual
or
book
is
omitted,
that
is
probably
due
to
my
over-251
sight
and
is
by
nomeans
intendedtodenigratethat
person
or
book.
Indexof
Subject5
279
Indexof
People
and
BoOl(5

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