Definitions

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  • noun Islam The call to prayer.

Etymologies

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From Arabic أذان (ʾaḏān).

Examples

  • Five times a day the adhan is raised from mosques throughout the world.

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  • The person who gives the adhan is called a muadhdhin.

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  • The adhan is the call given to announce that it is time for a particular obligatory Salah (ritual Prayer).

    Islamisation of the UK

  • The adhan is the call given to announce that it is time for a particular obligatory Salah (ritual Prayer).

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Five times a day the adhan is raised from mosques throughout the world.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The adhan is the call given to announce that it is time for a particular obligatory Salah (ritual Prayer).

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The person who gives the adhan is called a muadhdhin.

    Islamisation of the UK

  • Five times a day the adhan is raised from mosques throughout the world.

    Islamisation of the UK

  • The person who gives the adhan is called a muadhdhin.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • The Sunnah (practice of the Prophet) recommends that while the adhan is being called, one should listen attentively and repeat it silently after the muadhdhin, but when he says “Hayya ‘ala-s-Salah” and “Hayya ‘ala-l-falah” one should say:

    Islamisation of the UK

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  • The Islamic call to prayer.

    October 7, 2007