Origin of mujtahid

1805–15; < Arabic: literally, one who exerts himself; see ijtihad Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for mujtahid

Historical Examples of mujtahid

  • After them it is the orthodox belief that there has been no Mujtahid.

  • He is no Mujtahid, for such there are not now amongst the Sunns, to which sect the Turks belong.

  • The orthodox belief is, that since the time of the four Imms there has been no Mujtahid who could do as they did.

  • He loses the right of private judgment, for only a Mujtahid of the first class can dispute the decision of one of the Imms.

  • The patient consulted a Mujtahid who told him that it was against religion to part with any member of the body.

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