Definition of Hijrah
1. hegira [n -S] - See also: hegira
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hijrah
hijrah (current term)
Literary usage of Hijrah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Persia by a Persian: Being Personal Experiences, Manners, Customs, Habits by Isaac Adams (1906)
"hijrah. (i) The departure of Mohammed from Makkah. (2) The Moslem era. (3) The act of a Moslem leaving a country under infidel rule. (4) Fleeing from sin. ..."
2. The Chronicles of the Pathán Kings of Dehli: Illustrated by Coins by Edward Thomas (1871)
"Hence I have adopted the plan of annexing to the bare hijrah date of the elevation of each king, the day and the year of our calendar answering to the ..."
3. History: Fiction of Science? by Anatoly Fomenko (2005)
"WHY THE ERA OF hijrah (HEGIRA) IS COUNTED FROM THE VII CENTURY AD 17.1. A brief overview We have already provided some argumentation to support the ..."
4. The Arab Conquest of Egypt and the Last Thirty Years of the Roman Dominion by Alfred Joshua Butler (1902)
"Conversion of hijrah years into Anni Domini. A TABLE showing every year of the hijrah from AH 1 to AH 1000 with the date of commencement for the ..."