Dinin ortaya koyduğu dogmalara inanma, din inancı, kutsal inanç, inanç, itikat.
İslam dinine inanma.
Güçlü inanç, inan
Kalpleri vatan aşkı ve imanı ile doluydu. H. C. Yalçın
Faith, specially in its subjective meaning, the faculty of believing the revelations of Allah.
Faith, trust, belief, acceptance From amana, to believe; and amina, to be tranquil in heart and mind, to become safe or secure, to trust; amana to render secure, grant safety Iman is being true to the trust with respect to which Allah has confided in one by a firm believing of the heart, not by professing it on the tongue only Derivatives: amn, peace, security, protection ; amin, trustworthy, faithful, honest ; mu'min, a believer, he who is given certainty and trust; Divine Name: al-Amin, He Who is secure from any causality.
Faith and trust in Allah.
Adherence to Islam.
Arabic for 'faith'; the doctrinal aspect of the Moslem faith, distinguished from ritual practices.
Or Imaan 'Faith'-- Heartily acceptance and verbal confession thereof.
Bir kimse veya şeyin doğruluğunu, büyüklüğünü ve gücünü sarsılmaz bir duygu ile benimseme, iman, itikat
... kendi paylarına düşen fedakârlığı, devlet, millet uğrunda inanla, güvenle, umutla bir daha tazeliyorlardı. R. E. Ünaydın
İsmini duyduklarımızın, bildiklerimizin kimi çayımdan, kimi dinemden geçti. F. R. Atay
Give dinner to; host for dinner; 'I'm wining and dining my friends' have supper; eat dinner; 'We often dine with friends in this restaurant'.
To dine upon; to have to eat.
To eat the principal regular meal of the day; to take dinner.
To give a dinner to; to furnish with the chief meal; to feed; as, to dine a hundred men.
Have supper; eat dinner; 'We often dine with friends in this restaurant'.
Give dinner to; host for dinner; 'I'm wining and dining my friends'.
Qui dort dine The seven sleepers and others required no food till they woke from their long sleep The same may be said of all hibernating animals To dine with Democritos To be cheated out of one's dinner Democritos was the derider or philosopher who laughed at men's folly To dine with Sir Thomas Gresham To go without one's dinner; to be dinnerless; Sir Thomas Gresham founded the Royal Exchange which was a favourite lounge for those who could not afford to provide themselves with a dinner To dine with Duke Humphrey To dine with Mahomet To die and dine in paradise To dine with the cross-legged knights.
It was the custom in Egypt to dine at noon But it is probable that the Egyptians took their principal meal in the evening, as was the general custom in the East.
Akşam yemeği yemek, akşam yemeğini yemek, akşam yemeği vermek; ağırlamak