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“He is saying nothing new, and he sounds desperate to get his point across — ad nauseam. hamada hamada”
“Much of the coast is formed of cliffs 20 to 50 m high, and a sandy or gravelly hamada plateau stretches inland.”
“His name Abu al-Qasim Muḥammad ibn Abd Allah ibn Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim ibn Abd Manaf ibn Qusai ibn Kilab derives from the Arabic verb hamada, meaning "to praise, to glorify".”
“I.love. this.video. so.much. jeff hamada 8 days ago superb!”
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“( "praised") - because the Arabic root hamada, whence comes the name Muhammad, means”
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Arabic loanwords in English are words acquired directly from Arabic or else indirectly by passing from Arabic into other languages and then into English. Most entered one or more of the Romance lan...
The words of desiccated places.
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