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EtymologyEdit

Muslim +‎ -ic

AdjectiveEdit

Muslimic (comparative more Muslimic, superlative most Muslimic)

  1. Islamic
    • 1847, John Wilson, The lands of the Bible
      This place might be expected to be an out-post of Christendom; but eight mosks proclaim its Muslimic character.
    • 1962, Walter Bruno Hermann Hennings, A Locust's Leg: Studies in Honour of S. H. Taqizadeh
      The whole abounds with Muslimic phrases and imagery [] Yet although on the face of it no Muslimic censor could have found fault with it, we should remember that this is a Manichaean poem []