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Borrowed from Arabic لُوط(lūṭ), ultimately from Hebrew לוֹט(lot). Doublet of Lot.

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Lut

  1. (Islam) Alternative form of Lot
    • 1934, Abdullah Yusuf Ali (trans.), The Holy Qur'an[1], 21:74:
      And to Lut, too, We gave Judgment and Knowledge, and We saved him from the town which practised abominations: truly they were a people given to Evil, a rebellious people.
    • 2010, Mary Saad Assel, 25 Icons of Peace in the Qur'an: Lessons of Harmony, New York: iUniverse, page 56:
      The Prophet Lut, the Prophet Ibrahim's nephew, lived in the city of Sodom located on the western shore of the Dead Sea.

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