Structure of Arabic and Muslim Names

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ARABIC Arabic language and Verbal roots Arabic consists of verbal roots which are typically represented in English with three letters that  are capitalized. Each verbal root has a range of meanings, usually related but sometime the range  can be very large. Nouns, adjectives and adverbs are derived from these verbal roots.  SLM:  1. to be safe, unharmed, intact 2. To preserve, to protect 3. To surrender, to submit, to lay  down arms 4. To make peace, to make up with someone. Islam : The religion.  Muslim : A person who follows the religion of Islam: A Muslim child, woman, man Salam : Peace! (greeting used by Muslims, shalom in Hebrew) Islamic:  Things, ideas, associated with Islam: Islamic art, Islamic thrology, Islamic  gardens,  Islamic banking practices etc.  QRA : 1. To read  2. To recite Qur’an : That which is read or recited. The name of the primary scripture in Islam believed to  have been recited to Muhammad by Angel Gabriel in a series of revelations beginning in 610  AD while Muhammad meditated in a cave on Mt Hira near Mecca. HMD
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