"Olur, peki veya fena değil" anlamlarında kullanılan bir söz
Eh! Bize gerekli olan da o; bütçemizi doğrultur, pansiyoner olmaktan vazgeçeriz. A. İlhan
Bezginlik anlatan bir söz
Eh, dün geceki kafayla bu kadarı olacaktı elbet! N. Cumalı
An expression of inquiry or slight surprise.
English Heritage is the national heritage body for England created by Parliament in 1984, charged with the protection of the historic environment and with promoting public understanding and enjoyment of it.
The two-character ISO 3166 country code for WESTERN SAHARA.
Hamilton-Smith Elery, 1998, Pers comm to Max G METH.
The potential that is generated between an oxidation or reduction half-reaction and the standard hydrogen electrode In soils it is the potential created by oxidation-reduction reactions that take place on the surface of a platinum electrode measured against a reference electrode minus the EH of the reference electrode This is a measure of the oxidation-reduction potential of electrode reactive components in the soil See also pe.
Potential generated between an oxidation or reduction half-reaction and the H electrode in the standard state.
Kâinatta var olan her şeyi yaratan, koruyucusu olan, tek, yüce ve üstün varlık.
Yaradan, Tanrı, Rab, Mevla.
The Islamic name for God.
The name of the Supreme Being, in use among the Arabs and the Mohammedans generally.
Muslim name for the one and only God.
Arabic for GOD: if from earlier Semitic languages perhaps the God Before the birth of Muhammad, ALLah was known as a supreme, but not the sole, God Muhammad became aware, early in his life, of conflict between religions and of contest, therefore, between 'gods' From his experience in the cave of Mount Hira' Muhammad saw that if God is God, it is God that God must be: there cannot be division of God into separate or competing beings.
Supreme God in strictly monotheistic Islam.
God,' in Arabic.
This is an Arabic word which means 'the One True God' Muslims in the West use Allah and God interchangeably.
The one, supreme, and only God, the creator of the world and the universe The term 'Allah' is used by Muslims and many Arabic-speaking Christians alike to refer to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob whom adherents of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism worship Many Muslims use the name 'Allah' interchangeably with the name 'God ' We do recognize, however, that there are some differences in the personalities attributed to 'Allah' in the Qur'an, and 'God' in the Bible.
The Arabic word for god.
Allah is the Arabic word for God For Muslims, the word signifies the one true God Arabic-speaking Christians and Jews also often use the word Allah, with the exact meaning of God Muslims do not believe that Jesus is God; instead they respect him and follow his teachings in his capacity as one of God's many messengers to his people.
Arabic for God It derives from Ilah: God, but has the distinct notion that Allah is the true God, etymologically formed by the use of 'Al,' the Arabic definite article and 'Ilah;' and then combined into 'Allah.
The Muslim name for God used in the Holy Qur'an Allah [CE] is equivalent to the monotheistic God of the Hebrew scriptures and the pre-trinitarian God of Christianity.
The One Creator is known in Arabic and in Islam as Allah He is also known in other monotheistic religions as the Lord, God and Jehovah.
Allah is the Arabic name for the only creator of all existents.
The One True God, Creator of the Universe, and the only God to be worshipped Muslims believe that Allah is the same God worshipped by the Judeo-Christian prophets.
The Arabic name for God.
Arabic name for 'the God'.
Muslim name of God.
Arabic, Proper name of God.
God; the Greatest Name of God Literally 'The God' Allah designates the Source from which all things seen and unseen emanate and return The name encompasses all the Divine Names such as al-Awwal , al-Akhir , al-Zahir , al-Batin.
Is the proper name of God.
Derives from the word 'Ilah' which means 'the One deserving of all worship' All of Allah's creations have been ordained to call him by this name.
King of kings.
Allah' is the Arabic word for 'God'; it's not God's name.