[ moo-hah-juh-roon, -hah-juh-roon ]
/ mʊˈhɑ dʒəˌrun, -ˌhɑ dʒəˈrun /
plural noun, singular Mu·ha·jir [moo-hah-jir] /mʊˈhɑ dʒɪr/.
those who accompanied Muhammad on the Hijra.
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Origin of Muhajirun
From the Arabic word muhājirūna
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From that day onwards, they took the name of "Muhajirun," or emigrants.The Life of Mohammad|Etienne Dinet