[moo-ham-id, -hah-mid, moh-] /mʊˈhæm ɪd, -ˈhɑ mɪd, moʊ-/
(“the Conqueror”) 1430–81, sultan of Turkey 1451–81: conqueror of Constantinople 1453.
same as Muhammad
?1430–81, Ottoman sultan of Turkey (1451–81). He captured Constantinople (1453) and conquered large areas of the Balkans
former common English transliteration of Muhammad.
The worst of letting the learned gentry bully us out of our traditional Mahometan & Mahomet … is this: no sooner have we tried to be good & learnt to say, or at least write, Mohammed than they are fired with zeal to get us a step or two further on the path of truth, which at present seems likely to end in Muhammad with a dot under the h …. [H.W. Fowler, “A Dictionary of Modern English Usage,” 1926]
- Mohammed ahmed
/məʊˈhæmɪd ˈɑːmɛd/ noun 1. the original name of the Mahdi
- Mohammed ali jinnah
[jin-uh] /ˈdʒɪn ə/ noun 1. Mohammed Ali (“Quaid-i-Azam”) 1876–1948, Muslim leader in India: first governor general of Pakistan 1947–48. /ˈdʒɪnə/ noun 1. Mohammed Ali 1876–1948, Indian Muslim statesman. He campaigned for the partition of India into separate Hindu and Muslim states, becoming first governor general of Pakistan (1947–48)
- Mohammed al-khawarizmi
Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi
[moo-ham-i-dn, moh-] /mʊˈhæm ɪ dn, moʊ-/ adjective 1. of or relating to Muhammad or Islam; Islamic; Muslim. noun 2. an adherent of Islam; Muslim. /məʊˈhæmɪdən/ noun, adjective 1. another word, formerly common in Western usage but never used among Muslims, for Muslim see Mohammed. Related: Mohammedanism.