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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic رَبِيعُ الثَّانِي(rabīʿu ṯ-ṯānī), رَبِيعُ الْآخِر(rabīʿu l-ʾāḵir).

Proper nounEdit

Rabi II

  1. The fourth month of the Islamic calendar.
    • 1958-1994, Hamilton Gibb & CF Beckingham, in The Travels of Ibn Battutah, Folio Society 2012, p. 41:
      I witnessed at the time of the Great Plague at Damascus in the latter part of the month of Second Rabi of the year 749 a remarkable instance of the veneration of the people of Damascus for this mosque.
    • 2002, David S. Powers, Law, Society and Culture in the Maghrib, 1300-1500, page 61:
      The first and primary issue that he addressed was the status of the single, revocable repudiation that al-Haskuri had issued on 12 Rabī‘ II 714/26 July 1314.
    • 2011, Mansoor Jassem Alshamsi, Islam and Political Reform in Saudi Arabia, page 119:
      On 3 Rabi‘ al-Thani 1414H (20 September 1993AD), Ibn Baz responded to Naif's official letter.

See alsoEdit

(Islamic calendar months) Islamic calendar month; Muharram, Safar, Rabi I, Rabi II, Jumada I, Jumada II, Rajab, Sha'aban, Ramadan, Shawwal, Dhu al-Qida, Dhu al-Hijjah (Category: en:Islamic months)