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    Asalamu Alaikum

    Every Muslim should remember these essential expressions.
    Note: Spellings may vary when translated to English
    These expressions are mostly singular. For example to say Allah baraka fiki to more than one person you would say Allah baraka fikum and as sister tathbeet noted to say Jazak Allah khieran for more than one person would be Jazakahu Allah khieran and so on. It is fine to speak in the masculine tense when speaking to women formally.

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    As salamu aleiykum

    when you meet a muslim
    Translation: Peace be upon you

    Waleiykum assalam
    a Muslim greets you
    Translation: And peace be upon you

    As salamu aleiykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh
    formal and great greeting to a Muslim
    Translation: Peace and mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you

    Waleiykum assalam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh
    a Muslim greets you
    Translation: And peace and mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you

    Hiyyak Allah
    When greeting someone after Salaams
    Translation: May Allah greet you

    Bismillah arRahman arRahim
    before making a beginning
    Translation: In the name of Allah most Gracious most Merciful

    Jazak Allah Khieran
    for expression of thanks
    Translation: May Allah reward you with blessings

    BarakAllahu feekum or Allah baraka fiki
    responding to someone’s thanks
    Translation: May Allah bless you

    Fi Amanullah
    by way of saying good-bye
    Translation: May Allah protect you

    Subhaanallah
    for praising something
    Translation: Glory be to Allah

    Insha Allah
    for expressing a desire to do something
    Translation: If Allah wills

    Astaghfirullah
    repenting for sins before Allah
    I beg Allah for forgiveness

    Masha Allah
    for expressing appreciation of something good
    As Allah has willed

    Alhamdulillah
    for showing gratitude to Allah after success or even after completing anything
    Praise be to Allah

    Ameen
    the end of a Dua or prayer
    Translation: May it be so

    Sal allahu aleihi wasallam
    whenever say the name of Prophet Muhammad
    Translation: Peace be upon him (S.A.W.)

    Alaihi salaam

    whenever say the name of a prophet
    Translation: Peace be upon him (A.S.)

    Radi Allah Anhu
    whenever say name of male companion of the Prophet (Sahabi)Translation: May Allah be pleased with him (R.A.)

    Radi Allah Anha
    whenever say name of female companion of the Prophet
    Translation: May Allah be pleased with her (R.A.)

    Radi Allah Anhum
    Plural form of saying companions of the Prophet
    May Allah be pleased with them (R.A.)

    Innaa lillaahi wa innaa ilayhi raaji'oon
    this is uttered as an expression upon hearing the news of some loss or some one's death
    Translation: To Allah we belong and to Him is our return

    aathama allaho ajrakom
    uttered to family of deceased
    Translation: may Allah make your ajer "reward" great

    Shukr Allaho sayikum
    uttered to people who attend aaza - when friends go to send condolences upon death of a person
    Translation: May Allah accept that your effort

    La hawla wala quwata illah billah
    during the time of troubles
    Translation: There is no strength nor power except Allah
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    A few more:

    Tawakkal-tu-Allah- rely on Allah solving a problem

    Tawkkalna-Alai-Allah - we have put our trust in Allah - waiting for a problem to be solved

    Rahmah Allah - Allah have Mercy on him - you see someone in distress

    Na'uzhu-bi-Allah - we seek refuge in Allah - showing your dislike

    Fe Sabeel Allah - in/for Allah's cause/way - you give charity/help people

    Atqaa Allah fear Allah you see someone doing a bad deed

    Hayyak Allah - Allah maintain your life - you greet someone

    Hasbi Allah - Allah will suffice me - you are in a difficult situation

    Azhak Allah sinnaka - May Allah keep you cheerful - you seek another Muslim with cheerful countenance



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    AL-HAMDU LILLAHI RABBIL 'ALAMIN
    This is a verse from the Qur'an that Muslims recite and say many times per day. Other than being recited daily during prayers, a Muslim reads this expression in every activity of his daily life. The meaning of it is: "Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds."

    A Muslim invokes the praises of Allah before he does his daily work; and when he finishes, he thanks Allah for His favors. A Muslim is grateful to Allah for all His blessings. It is a statement of thanks, appreciation, and gratitude from the creature to his Creator.

    ALLAHU AKBAR
    This statement is said by Muslims numerous times. During the call for prayer, during prayer, when they are happy, and wish to express their approval of what they hear, when they slaughter an animal, and when they want to praise a speaker, Muslims do say this expression of Allahu Akbar. Actually it is most said expression in the world. It’s meaning: "Allah is the Greatest." Muslims praise Allah in every aspect of life; and as such they say Allahu Akbar.

    ASSALAMU ALAIKUM
    This is an expression Muslims say whenever they meet one another. It is a statement of greeting with peace. The meaning of it is: "Peace be upon you."

    Muslims try to establish peace on earth even through the friendly relation of greeting and meeting one another.

    The other forms are: "Assalamu 'Alalikum Wa Rahmatullah," which means:"May the peace and the Mercy of Allah be upon you," and "Assalamu Alalikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh," which means:"May the peace, the mercy, and the blessings of Allah be upon you."

    ASTAGHFIRULLAH
    This is an expression used by a Muslim when he wants to ask Allah forgiveness. The meaning of it is: "I ask Allah forgiveness." A Muslim says this phrase many times, even when he is talking to another person. When a Muslim abstains from doing wrong, or even when he wants to prove that he is innocent of an incident he uses this expression. After every Salah (payer), a Muslim says this statement three times.

    A'UZU BILLAHI MINASHAITANIR RAJIM
    This is an expression and a statement that Muslims have to recite before reading to Qur'an, before speaking, before doing any work, before making a supplication, before taking ablution, before entering the wash room, and before doing many other daily activities. The meaning of this phrase is: "I seek refuge from Allah from the outcast Satan." Allah is the Arabic name of God.

    Satan is the source of evil and he always tries to misguide and mislead people. The Qur'an states that Satan is not an angel but a member of the Jinn, which are spiritual beings created by Allah. So the belief that Satan is a fallen angel is rejected in Islam.

    B

    BARAKALLAH
    This is an expression, which means: "May the blessings of Allah (be upon you)." When a Muslim wants to thank to another person, he uses different statements to express his thanks, appreciation, and gratitude. One of them is to say "Baraka Allah."
    BISMILLAHIR RAHMANIR RAHIM
    This is a phrase from the Qur'an that is recited before reading the Qur'an. It is to be read immediately after one reads the phrase: "A'uzu Billahi Minashaitanir Rajim."

    This phrase is also recited before doing any daily activity. The meaning of it is: "In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful."

    I

    IN SHA' ALLAH
    When a person wishes to plan for the future, when he promises, when he makes resolutions, and when he makes a pledge, he makes them with permission and the will of Allah. For this reason, a Muslim uses the Qur'anic instructions by saying "In Sha ' Allah." The meaning of this statement is: "If Allah wills." Muslims are to strive hard and to put their trusts with Allah. They leave the results in the hands of Allah.

    INNA LILLAHI WA INNA ILAHI RAJI'UN
    When a Muslim is struck with a calamity, when he loses one of his loved ones, or when he has gone bankrupt, he should be patient and say this statement, the meaning of which is: "We are from Allah and to whom we are returning."

    Muslims believe that Allah is the One who gives and it is He takes away. He is testing us. Hence, a Muslim submits himself to Allah. He is grateful and thankful to Allah for whatever he gets. On the other hand, he is patient and says this expression in times of turmoil and calamity.

    J

    JAZAKALLAHU KHAYRAN
    This is a statement of thanks and appreciation to be said to the person who does a favor. Instead of saying "thanks" (Shukran), the Islamic statement of thanks is to say this phrase. It’s meaning is: " May Allah reward you for the good."

    It is understood that human beings can't repay one another enough. Hence, it is better to request Almighty Allah to reward the person who did a favor and to give him the best.

    K

    KALAM
    Talk or speech as in "kalamu Allah"; has also been used through the ages to mean logic or philosophy.

    L

    LA HAWLA WA LA QUWWATA ILLA BILLAH
    The meaning of this expression is: " There is no power and no strength save in Allah." This expression is read by a Muslim when he is struck by a calamity, or is taken over by a situation beyond his control. A Muslim puts his trust in the hands of Allah, and submits himself to Allah.

    LA ILAHA ILLALLAH
    This expression is the most important one in Islam. It is the creed that every person has to say to be considered a Muslim. It is part of the first pillar of Islam. The meaning of which is: " There is no lord worthy of worship except Allah."

    The second part of this first pillar is to say: "Mohammedan Rasul Allah," which means:"Muhammad is the messenger of Allah."

    M

    MA SHA' ALLAH
    This is an expression that Muslims say whenever they are excited and surprised. When they wish to express their happiness, they use such an expression. The meaning of "Ma sha' Allah" is: "Whatever Allah wants." or "Whatever Allah wants to give, He gives." This means that whenever Allah gives something good to someone, blesses him, honors him, and opens the door of success in business, a Muslim says this statement of "Ma Sha' Allah."

    It has become a tradition that whenever a person constructs a building, a house, or an office, he puts a plaque on the wall or the entrance with this statement. It is a sign of thanks and appreciation from the person to Almighty Allah for whatever he was blessed with.

    MUHAMMADUN RASULULLAH
    This statement is the second part of the first pillar of Islam. The meaning of this part is that Prophet Muhammad is the last and final prophet and messenger of Allah to mankind. He is the culmination, summation, purification of the previous prophets of Allah to humanity.

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    P.B.U.H.
    These letters are abbreviations for the words Peace Be Upon Him which are the meaning of the Arabic expression " 'Alaihis Salam", which is an expression that is said when the name of a prophet is mentioned.

    This expression is widely used by English speaking Muslims. It is to be noticed here that this expression does not give the full meaning of "Salla Allahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam". Therefore it is recommended that people do not use (p.b.u.h.) after the name of prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.); they should use "Salla Allahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam" instead, or they may use the abbreviated form of (s.a.w) in writing.

    R

    RADHIALLAHU 'ANHU
    This is an expression to be used by Muslims whenever a name of a companion of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) is mentioned or used in writing. The meaning of this statement is: "May Allah be pleased with him."

    Muslims are taught to be respectful to the elderly and to those who contributed to the spread and success in Islam. They are to be grateful to the companions of the prophet (s.a.w.) for their sacrifices, their leadership, and their contributions. Muslims are advised to use this phrase when such names are mentioned or written.

    S

    SADAQALLAHUL 'AZIM
    This is a statement of truth that a Muslim says after reading any amount of verses from the Qur'an. The meaning of it is: "Allah says the truth."

    The Qur'an is the exact words of Allah in verbatim. When Allah speaks, He says the truth; and when the Qur'an is being recited, a Muslim is reciting the words of truth of Allah. Hence, he says: "Sadaqallahul 'Azim."

    SALLALLAHU 'ALAIHI WA SALLAM
    When the name of Prophet Muhammad (saw) is mentioned or written, a Muslim is to respect him and invoke this statement of peace upon him. The meaning of it is: "May the blessings and the peace of Allah be upon him (Muhammad).

    Another expression that is alternatively used is: "Alaihissalatu Wassalam." This expression means: "On Him (Muhammad) are the blessings and the peace of Allah."

    Allah has ordered Muslims, in the Qur'an, to say such an expression. Muslims are informed that if they proclaim such a statement once, Allah will reward them ten times.

    S.A.W. These letters are abbreviations for the words "Salla Allahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam".

    SUBHANAHU WA TA'ALA
    This is an expression that Muslims use whenever the name of Allah is pronounced or written. The meaning of this expression is: "Allah is pure of having partners and He is exalted from having a son."

    Muslims believe that Allah is the only God, the Creator of the Universe. He does not have partners or children. Sometimes Muslims use other expressions when the name of Allah is written or pronounced. Some of which are: "'Azza Wa Jall": He is the Mighty and the Majestic; "Jalla Jalaluh": He is the exalted Majestic.

    S.W.T. These letters are abbreviations for the words of "Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala".

    W

    WA 'ALAIKUM ASSALAM
    This is an expression that a Muslim is to say as an answer for the greeting. When a person greets another with a salutation of peace, the answer for the greeting is an answer of peace. The meaning of this statement is: "And upon you is the peace." The other expressions are: " Wa Alaikums Salam Wa Rahmatullah." and "Wa 'Alaikums Salam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh."

    See also this thread, which expands a bit more on some of the terms:

    http://www.islamicboard.com/general/...ictionary.html
    Last edited by Insaanah; 10-20-2012 at 09:09 PM. Reason: Added other link for other thread
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    D e a t h

    is the easiest
    of all things after it
    ; ;

    the hardest
    of all things before it

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    Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

    Barakallah feeki for that, it is interesting many of us use these terms in our daily lives but do we know the meanings?

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    Re: Basic Islamic terms

    Jazakallah for the great post.
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    So Glorified is He and Exalted above all that they associate with Him, and in Whose Hands is the dominion of all things, and to Him you shall be returned.
    (Sura Ya-Seen 36:83)

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    Re: Basic Islamic terms

    nice post, “When one of you sneezes, let him say, ‘Al-hamdu-Lillaah (Praise be to Allaah),’ and let his brother or companion say to him. ‘Yarhamuk Allaah (May Allaah have mercy on you).’ If he says, ‘Yarhamuk-Allaah,’ then let (the sneezer) say, ‘Yahdeekum Allaah wa yuslihu baalakum (May Allaah guide you and rectify your condition).’”
    these 3 terms will also fit in well .
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    Jazak'Allahu Khayran for that! It's really helpful!

    Quote Originally Posted by farhan247
    it is interesting many of us use these terms in our daily lives but do we know the meanings?
    You can say that again!


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    "I spent thirty years learning manners, and I spent twenty years learning knowledge."

    ~ 'Abdullāh bin al-Mubārak (rahimahullah)

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    Jazakallah that will be very useful - may i have permission to put it on my website?

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    Re: Basic Islamic terms

    Asalamu Alaikum

    well ofcoarse ekhi!!
    no need to ask at all

    we need to help educate those that need knowledge
    mashallah
    thanx for asking anywayz

    take care
    fi aman Allah
    w'salaam
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    D e a t h

    is the easiest
    of all things after it
    ; ;

    the hardest
    of all things before it

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    Actually, this is not for fun, but it is still interesting. These phrases are in common use in Turkish daily life.

    If one hopes.....................INSHALLAH
    If one starts.........................BISMILLAH(IRRAHMANI RRAHIM)
    If one is puzzled.......................ALLAH ALLAH
    If one trusts himself...................EVVELALLAH
    If one is determined......................ALIMALLAH
    If one is on action.........................YA ALLAH
    If one ceases or bids farewell.........EYVALLAH
    If one is disturbed.........................FESUBHANALLAH
    If one is even more disturbed........HASBINALLAH or LA ILAHE ILLALLAH
    If one is irked.............................ILLALLAH
    If one is successful................ALHAMDULILLAH
    If one enjoys........................MASHALLAH
    If one fails..........................HAYY ALLAH

    Are these in use in this way in your countries too? And any more to add?


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    Re: Exclamations


    just some

    If one enjoys........................MASHALLAH
    Masha Allah !
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    Re: Exclamations

    mashallah

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    JazakAllah

    fo us anything like if u fail somethin..if you lost something quite a lot of things is

    inna lillahi wa inna ilai hi rajioun

    sometimes thats said totally randomly...if u get me?
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    Our Lord! Verily, we have heard the call of one calling to Faith: 'Believe in your Lord,' and we have believed.
    Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and expiate from us our evil deeds, and make us die (in the state of righteousness) along with Al-Abrar

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    Re: Exclamations

    n something bad[undesirable] u see - Astaghfirullah
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    Re: Exclamations



    Thank you for additions.

    JazakAllah is new for me. It is actually not used in Turkish. "Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi rajiun" is used in case of bad news, like death.

    Astaghfirullah is used when one praises you, as a sign of humbleness. And I guess it is used in the way brother Zak points too.


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    Re: Exclamations


    and when one is sweraing by something its either

    wallahi or Qassam

    i think people use this too much though..
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    Our Lord! Verily, we have heard the call of one calling to Faith: 'Believe in your Lord,' and we have believed.
    Our Lord! Forgive us our sins and expiate from us our evil deeds, and make us die (in the state of righteousness) along with Al-Abrar

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    yes sister, wallahi is used in the same way and I think it is used too much too...


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    Re: Exclamations

    Btw MODs, [Ansar]

    cud u plz move this thread to the General Sec ??
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    Re: Exclamations

    If one ceases or bids farewell.........EYVALLAH
    v use FI AMANILLAH for tht :brother:
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    I heard "fi amanillah" before, and you give the usage but I still dont know the meaning...also I dont know the meaning for JazakAllah khairun? (No Arabic )

    Can you give more info on these...


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    Re: Exclamations

    Jazakallah Khair means “May Allah grant you good” or “May Allah reward you for
    the good"
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    Thank you brother...

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