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 イスラム教 on Japanese Wikipedia
Kanji in this term
きょう
Grade: 2
on’yomi

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EtymologyEdit

イスラム (Isuramu, Islam) +‎ (-kyō, religion)

PronunciationEdit

  • (Tokyo) スラムきょー [ìsúrámú kyóó] (Heiban – [0])
  • IPA(key): [isɨᵝɾa̠mɯ̟ᵝ kʲo̞ː]

Proper nounEdit

イスラム教 (hiragana and katakana イスラムきょう, rōmaji Isuramu-kyō)

  1. Islam
    • 1996 June 15 [Oct 10 1995], Narita, Minako, “SCENE.1 ミカエルというもの [SCENE.1 A Living Angel Michael]”, in NATURALナチュラル, volume 1 (fiction, in Japanese), 3rd edition, Tokyo: Hakusensha, →ISBN, page 100:
      ミカエル(Michael)
      ユダヤ (きょう)・キリスト (きょう)イスラム (きょう) (てん)使 () () (きゅう) (やく) (せい) (しょ)ではイスラエルの (しゅ) () (てん)使 ()とされ、 (しん) (やく) (せい) (しょ)ではサタンとの (たたか)いを () ()する
      その (やく) (わり)から () (そう)した (せい) (ねん)姿 (すがた)をとって (ねが)かれることが (おお)
      Mikaeru (Michael)
      Yudaya-kyō, Kirisuto-kyō, Isuramu-kyō no tenshi no na. Kyūyaku Seisho de wa Isuraeru no Shugo Tenshi to sare, Shin’yaku Seisho de wa Satan to no tatakai o shikisuru
      Sono yakuwari kara busōshita seinen no sugata o totte negakareru koto ga ōi
      Michael
      The name of an angel in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. He is regarded as the Guardian Angel of Israel as per the Old Testament, and he is said to have commanded the forces against Satan as per the New Testament
      As such, he is commonly depicted as an armed young man

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