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From Arabic جُمَادَى الْأُولَى (jumādā l-ʔūlā, Jumada the First).

Proper noun

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Jumada I

  1. The fifth month of the Islamic calendar.
    • 1958-1994, Hamilton Gibb & CF Beckingham, in The Travels of Ibn Battutah, Folio Society 2012, p. 8:
      After that, on the 1st of First Jumada, we arrived at the city of al-Iskandariyah, may God protect her!
    • 1987, MV McDonald, History of al-Tabari Vol. 7, page 165:
      According to Ibn Ḥumayd—Salamah—Ibn Isḥāq: After the Messenger of God had returned to Medina from Dhāt al-Riqā‘, he remained there for the rest of Jumādā al-Ūla, Jumādā al-Ākhirah, and Rajab (late October 62 5 to early January 626).
    • 1994, N. N. Ambraseys, C. P. Melville, R. D. Adams, The Seismicity of Egypt, Arabia and the Red Sea, page 52:
      During the night and following day of 11 Jumadda I, there was an earthquake in Zabid and its districts; tremors continued day and night and the people were alarmed.
    • 1998, Li Guo, Early Mamluk Syrian Historiography, page 119:
      A pigeon-post was delivered to Damascus on Wednesday, Jumādā I 8 (February 11, 1299) with the information of al-Malik al-Nasir's investiture at the Cairo Citadel.

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(Islamic calendar months) Islamic calendar month; Muharram, Safar, Rabi I, Rabi II, Jumada I, Jumada II, Rajab, Sha'ban, Ramadan, Shawwal, Dhu'l-Qa'da, Dhu'l-Hijja (Category: en:Islamic calendar months)