Al Madinah

/ (ˌæl mæˈdiːnə) /


noun
  1. the Arabic name for Medina

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How to use Al Madinah in a sentence

  • He metamorphosed the inhabitants of Al-Madinah into the brothers of the Makkan emigrants, formerly their rivals.

    The Life of Mohammad | Etienne Dinet
  • Besides, they soon found out how prejudicial to their interests was the coming of Mohammad to Al-Madinah.

    The Life of Mohammad | Etienne Dinet
  • From the top of their ramparts, the dwellers in Al-Madinah looked down on a sight that made their agriculturists' hearts bleed.

    The Life of Mohammad | Etienne Dinet
  • Attacked in the rear, maddened by the fatal news, the Mussulmans gave way, and a number fled to Al-Madinah.

    The Life of Mohammad | Etienne Dinet
  • Once back in Al-Madinah, will not the strong make up their minds to drive out the weak?'

    The Life of Mohammad | Etienne Dinet