Origin of Allah
Examples from the Web for allah
I used to run a blog in Arabic called “Nour Alakl” and ran a satirical Facebook page under the pseudonym “Allah.”
Allah seems unlikely to enter into a “personal” relationship with Muslims, who readily submit to the divine will.
Indeed, does Francis, or any Christian, genuinely accept that God is God, whether his name be Allah or God?
When we asked about where the ammunition in the Korengal came from, all that Zalwar Khan ever said was, “They came from Allah.”Heart of Darkness: Into Afghanistan’s Taliban Valley|Matt Trevithick, Daniel Seckman|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“[ISIS] will one day rule the world with the will of Allah,” he tweeted.The Loser Who Wanted to Be the ISIS Agent Next Door|Michael Daly|September 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I should give thanks to Allah if he were dead, no matter how he died.A Soldier of the Legion|C. N. Williamson
The Hodja was very happy; for now he was the creditor in Allah's books for one thousand piasters.
After much consideration, he decided that it was not Allah's wish that he should at once give this money in charity.
Allah has commissioned me to preach this to men, and to urge them to embrace it.The Story of the Crusades|E. M. Wilmot-Buxton
The cataclysm the machine made—evidently they hadn't been so clever as they thought, may Allah rot their souls!The Giants From Outer Space|Geoff St. Reynard
British Dictionary definitions for allah
Word Origin for Allah
Word Origin and History for allah
1702, Arabic name for the Supreme Being, from Arabic Allahu, contraction of al-Ilahu, from al "the" + Ilah "God," related to Hebrew Elohim.
Culture definitions for allah
The name for God, the Supreme Being, in the Arabic language; the common name for God in Islam.