Borrowed around 1610 from Arabic إِسْلَام (ʔislām, “submission, surrender”), verbal noun of أَسْلَمَ (ʔaslama), from the root س ل م (s-l-m).
- IPA(key): /ˈɪs.lɑːm/, /ˈɪz.lɑːm/, /ɪsˈlɑːm/, /ɪzˈlɑːm/, or with /-læm/
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- Rhymes: -ɑːm, -æm
Islam (usually uncountable, plural Islams)
- A monotheistic Abrahamic religion followed by Muslims that is based on the teachings of Muhammad and the Qur'an.
- For quotations using this term, see Citations:Islam.
- The Muslimdom (the sphere of influence of the religion).
- 2003, Jacques Verger, Hilde de Ridder-Symoens, editor, A History of the University in Europe. Vol. I: Universities in the Middle Ages, Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, Patterns, pages 35–76:
- It is no doubt true that other civilizations, prior to, or wholly alien to, the medieval West, such as the Roman Empire, Byzantium, Islam, or China, were familiar with forms of higher education which a number of historians, for the sake of convenience, have sometimes described as universities.
- A male given name.
- A surname
- Mohammedanism (dated, now often considered offensive)
- Moslemism, Muslimism
- (religions) religion; agnosticism, Asatru, atheism, Ayyavazhi, Baháʼí Faith, Bon, Buddhism, Cao Dai, Cheondoism, Christianity, deism, Druidry, Druze, Eckankar, Heathenry, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Jediism, Judaism, Kimbanguism, Odinism, paganism, Pastafarianism, Raëlism, Rastafarianism, Rodnovery, Romuva, Samaritanism, Sanamahism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, Thelema, Unitarian Universalism, Wicca, Yahwism, Yazidism, Yoruba, Zoroastrianism (Category: en:Religion) 
- (subdivisions): Sunni, Shi'a, Ibadi
- Islamise, Islamize
- Islamic calendar
Borrowed from Arabic إِسْلَام (ʔislām).
Islam m (proper noun, strong, genitive Islams or Islam)
- Synonym: (dated) Mohammedanismus
From Malay Islam, from Arabic إِسْلَام (ʔislām).
- Selam (colloquial)
- “Islam” in Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia, Jakarta: Language Development and Fostering Agency — Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic Indonesia, 2016.
Borrowed from Arabic إِسْلَام (ʔislām, “submission”), possibly through Spanish, English, or Philippine languages spoken mostly by Muslims.
Islám (Baybayin spelling ᜁᜐ᜔ᜎᜋ᜔)
From Arabic إِسْلَام (ʔislām, “submission, surrender”), verbal noun of أَسْلَمَ (ʔaslama), from the root س ل م (s-l-m).
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.|