either the third or the fourth month of the Muslim year, known as Rabia I and Rabia II respectively; the Muslim spring
British Dictionary definitions for Rabia (2 of 2)
full name Rabia al-Adawiyyah . c. 713–801 ad, Islamic saint, mystic, and religious leader; her teachings inspired the Sufi movement
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How to use Rabia in a sentence
Once I saw an impulsive beauty fly into that gust of angry passion which Spaniards term the Rabia espaola.Spanish Highways and Byways | Katharine Lee Bates
They come out to worship at the shrine of the sweet-souled, God-absorbed Rabia of Attar.The Book of Khalid | Ameen Rihani
One night, Rabia's master being awake, heard the sound of her voice.
Another merchant visiting Rabia found her house in ill repair.
Then Rabia departed from them and devoted herself entirely to works of piety.