Mahommad

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Yn ennym Mahommad er ny screeu ayns Thuluth, caghlaa screeu y phenneyrys Islamagh.

By vunneyder yn Islam eh Mahommad (Arabish: محمد[n 1] Muḥammad, mʊˈħæmmæd[n 2])(ny Muhammad ibn Abdullah ny keayrtyn; t'eh goll er aascreeu myr Muḥammad, Muhammed, Mohammad ny Mohammed chammah)[n 3][n 4] (m. 26 Averil 570—8 Mean Souree 632)[1] T'eh coontit ec Moslymee myr çhaghter as fayder Yee, as myr y fer-ymmyrkee s'jerree jeh'n leigh mastey Fayderyn yn Islam, as, ec y chooid smoo jeh ny Moslymee,[n 5] t'eh coontit myr y fayder s'jerree rere yn Quran. Rere shen, ta Moslymee coontey Mahommad myr aachoureyder yn chraueeaght vunneydagh unjeeagh jeh Adaue, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Yeesey as fayderyn elley.[2][3][4] Va paart echey chammah myr aachummeyder sheshoil, diploamagh, marçhan, fallsoonagh, oraatagh, leigh-hoyrtagh, fer-toshee cahnagh, dein-charrey, graihder sheelnaue, as, rere credjue ny Moslymee, obbraidagh jantyssyn Yee er y thalloo.[5]

Noteyn

  1. Ta spank er lheh ec Unicode son "Muhammad" ec U+FDF4 fo ﷴ
  2. Ta caghlaaghyn fockley magh yn ennym 'syn Arabish ayn rere ard y loayreyder; ta'n chied vreeockle goll er fockley magh eddyr u~ʊ~o; ta'n nah vreeockle as y breeockle s'jerree goll er fockley magh eddyr: ä~a~æ~ɛ. Chammah as shen, ta abbyrtyn ayn nagh vel cur trimmid er paart erbee jeh'n 'ockle. 'Syn Egypt, t'eh goll er fockley magh myr mæˈħæmmæd ayns dagh co-heks faagail magh co-heksyn crauee.
  3. Ta caghlaaghyn aascreeu d'ennym Mahommad ry-gheddyn, gyn fakin er ny ta heose, as t'ad goaill stiagh — (Yernish:) "Mahamad"; (y Vaarle as çhengaghyn Oarpagh ennagh:) "Mahomet"; (Frangish:) "Mahomet, Mohamed, Mouhammed, Mahon, Mahomés, Mahun, Mahum, Mahumet, Mahound (y Rangish Vean-eashagh), Mohand (ec Berberisheyryn), Mouhammadou as Mamadou ('syn Affrick Fo-Haharagh)"; (Ladjyn:) "Machometus, Mahumetus, Mahometus, Macometus, Mahometes"; (Spaainish:) "Mahoma"; (Iddaalish:) "Maometto"; (Portiugish:) "Maomé"; (Greagish:) "Μωάμεθ, Μουχάμμαντ, Μοχάμαντ, Μοχάμεντ, Μουχάμεντ, Μουχάμμαιντ"; (Turkish:) "Mehmet"; (Kurdish:) "Mihemed". Jeeagh er Encyclopedia of Islam: (Germaanish:) "Machmet" (roish y 20oo eash).
  4. Ta farraneyn dy mennick gra dy row eh er enney myr "Al-Amin" tra v'eh 'syn aegid echey, as yn ennym shen çheet er "Firrinagh" cf. Ernst (2004), dg. 85.
  5. Cha nel dagh Moslymee credjal dy row eh ny fayder s'jerree. Myr sampleyr, ta'n Boodeeys Moslymagh Ahmadiyya coontey Mirza Ghulam Ahmad myr fayder chammah. (Finality of Prophethood | Hadhrat Muhammad (PUBH) the Last Prophet (Baarle). Boodeeys Moslymagh Ahmadiyya.)

Imraaghyn

  1. Elizabeth Goldman (1995), dg. 63
  2. Esposito (1998), dg. 12.
  3. Esposito (2002b), dgn. 4–5.
  4. F. E. Peters (2003), dg. 9.
  5. de Lamartine, Alphonse (1854). Historie de la Turquie (ayns Frangish), 280. “Philosophe, orateur, apôtre, législateur, guerrier, conquérant d'idées, restaurateur de dogmes, d'un culte sans images, fondateur de vingt empires terrestres et d'un empire spirituel, voilà Mahomet!”