Makkah

[mak-kuh, -kah]
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Examples from the Web for makkah

Historical Examples of makkah

  • Abdullah was considered to be the handsomest youth in Makkah.

  • The inhabitants of Makkah could not console themselves for the defeat at Badr.

  • I have everything to fear from them, because there is no longer any member of my family in Makkah.

  • Full of apprehension, he mounted his camel and went back on the road to Makkah.

  • When his crime was discovered, he fled to Makkah and reverted to idol-worship.


British Dictionary definitions for makkah

Makkah

Makah

noun
  1. transliteration of the Arabic name for Mecca
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