هذه بعض المصطلحات ارجو ان يفيدكن
May Allah be pleased with him رضى الله عنه
Alaihi Salaam Peace be upon him عليه السلام
Peace be upon him. This is said whenever the name of a Malak (an
angel), a nabi (a prophet) or a rasool (a messenger) of Allah is
mentioned, except for the name or title of the Holy Prophet Muhammad
(Sallallahu 'alaihe wa sallam). See Sallallahu 'alaihe wa sallam . See
O Allah Allahumma اللهم
"O Allah". This is said when invoking Allah Ta'ala. For example, "Allah
humma atina fid dunya hasana wa fil akhirati hasana wa qin a 'ad hab
an-nar". "OAllah, give us the good of this world and the good of the
Hereafter and preserve us from the Hellfire."
Greeting التحية - السلام
The Greetings التحيات
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته May Allah’s peace, mercy and blessings be upon you
Assalamu 'Alaikum Peace be on you السلام عليكم
"Peace be on you". Greeting of the Muslims. The response to this
greeting is "Wa 'Alaikum Assalam wa Rahmatul-lahi wa Barakatuh", And on
you be the Peace and Mercy of Allah and His Blessings.
Al-hamudu lillah Praise be to Allah الحمد لله
Praise be to Allah. Should be said on all occasions and especially
after sneezing. Abu Huraira related that the Prophet Muhammad, may
Allah bless him and grant him peace, said: 'When any one of you
sneezes, then he should say "Al-hamdu lillah", and his brother or
friend (who listens) should respond by saying "Yarhamuka
Allah", (Allah have mercy upon you);
Subhan Allah Glory be to Allah سبحان الله
Glory be to Allah. Far removed is He from anything imperfect associated
with Him and far removed is He from anything unsuitable ascribed to Him!
Subhanahu wa Ta'ala سبحانه وتعالي
"May He be Glorified and Exalted." One of the many ways of glorifying
Allah the Almighty. It means "Glory be to Allah on High. Far removed is
He from any imperfection". The shortened form of this glorification is
Basmalah بسم الله
"In the Name of Allah".
1. This statement is usually made by every Muslim who is about to
embark on anything that is Halal (lawful), however trivial that act or
deed may seem.
2. First verse of Suratul Fatiha.
3. To be recited before the beginning of every Surah except for Suratul Tautah (Surah 9 of the Holy Qur' an).
ان شاء الله If Allah wills
Allah ta'ala Allah the Exalted الله تعالى
God willing بإذن الله
الله أكبر Allah is Greatest
أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله I testify that there is no God but Allah and that Mohammad is His Messenger
وفقك الله May Allah help you
I ask Allah for forgiveness أستغفر الله
أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم I seek Allah's protection from the rejected satan
لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله There is no power nor might save in Allah
اتق الله Fear Allah
عفو، مغفرة Forgiveness
يوم البعث Day of Resurrection
Judgment day يوم الحساب
نار جهنم Hell Fire