Maulid



[mou-lid] /ˈmaʊ lɪd/

noun
1.
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[mou-lid] /ˈmaʊ lɪd/
noun, Islam.
1.
a Muslim holiday celebrating the birth of Muhammad, occurring on the twelfth day of the month of Rabiʿ al-awwal, and characterized especially by the recitation of panegyrical poems honoring Muhammad.
2.
the poems recited on this occasion.

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