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Results for: imam (one who leads prayer in a Muslim mosque)Translations 1 - 30 of 61
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imam (one who leads prayer in a Muslim mosque)伊曼 [yi1 man4]
a moor (i.e. Muslim)摩尔人 [mo2 er3 ren2]
a moor (i.e. Muslim)摩爾人 [mo2 er3 ren2]
a moor (i.e. Muslim), Moore or Moor (name), a mole (unit of volume in quantitative chemistry, about 6.022 x 10^23 molecules)摩尔 [Mo2 er3]
a moor (i.e. Muslim), Moore or Moor (name), a mole (unit of volume in quantitative chemistry, about 6.022 x 10^23 molecules)摩爾 [Mo2 er3]
a prayer mat, a carpet for kneeling跪毯 [gui4 tan3]
amiability leads to harmony和气致祥 [he2 qi4 zhi4 xiang2]
amiability leads to harmony和氣緻祥 [he2 qi4 zhi4 xiang2]
complacency leads to loss, modesty brings profit, pride comes before a fall满招损,谦受益 [man3 zhao1 sun3 , qian1 shou4 yi4]
complacency leads to loss, modesty brings profit, pride comes before a fall滿招損,謙受益 [man3 zhao1 sun3 , qian1 shou4 yi4]
Eid (Arabic: festival), Muslim feast尔德 [Er3 de2]
Eid (Arabic: festival), Muslim feast爾德 [Er3 de2]
Eid al-Azha festival of sacrifice on tenth of twelfth month of Muslim lunar calendar古尔邦节 [gu3 er3 bang1 jie2]
Eid al-Azha festival of sacrifice on tenth of twelfth month of Muslim lunar calendar古爾邦節 [gu3 er3 bang1 jie2]
Eid ul-Fitr (Muslim day of celebration marking the end of Ramadan)大开斋 [da4 kai1 zhai1]
Eid ul-Fitr (Muslim day of celebration marking the end of Ramadan)大開齋 [da4 kai1 zhai1]
Eid ul-Fitr (Muslim day of celebration marking the end of Ramadan)肉孜節 [rou4 zi1 jie2]
Eid ul-Fitr (Muslim day of celebration marking the end of Ramadan)肉孜节 [rou4 zi1 jie2]
Eid ul-Fitr or Hari Raya (Muslim day of celebration after Ramadan); the latter name is commonly used in Malaysia and Indonesia开斋节 [Kai1 zhai1 jie2]
Eid ul-Fitr or Hari Raya (Muslim day of celebration after Ramadan); the latter name is commonly used in Malaysia and Indonesia開齋節 [Kai1 zhai1 jie2]
evening prayer, evensong, vespers晚祷 [wan3 dao3]
evening prayer, evensong, vespers晚禱 [wan3 dao3]
Hagia Sophia (the main cathedral of Constantinople, subsequently the major mosque of Istanbul)圣索非亚大教堂 [Sheng4 Suo3 fei1 ya4 da4 jiao4 tang2]
Hagia Sophia (the main cathedral of Constantinople, subsequently the major mosque of Istanbul)聖索非亞大教堂 [Sheng4 Suo3 fei1 ya4 da4 jiao4 tang2]
imam (one who leads the prayers in a Muslim mosque)伊馬姆 [yi1 ma3 mu3]
imam (one who leads the prayers in a Muslim mosque)伊马姆 [yi1 ma3 mu3]
Islamic faith, Muslim回教 [Hui2 jiao4]
Islamic, Muslim清真 [qing1 zhen1]
litany (text of a prayer)祷文 [dao3 wen2]
litany (text of a prayer)禱文 [dao3 wen2]
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