[moo-ham-i-dn-iz-uh m, moh-] /mʊˈhæm ɪ dnˌɪz əm, moʊ-/
a name, formerly common in Western usage but never used among Muslims, for the Muslim religion; Islam See Islam
[moo-ham-i-dn-ahyz, moh-] /mʊˈhæm ɪ dnˌaɪz, moʊ-/ verb (used with object), Mohammedanized, Mohammedanizing. 1. . /məʊˈhæmɪdəˌnaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) another word, formerly common in Western usage but never used among Muslims, for Islamize
- Mohammed ibn-Kasim
[moo-ham-id ib-uh n-kah-sim, -hah-mid] /mʊˈhæm ɪd ˈɪb ənˈkɑ sɪm, -ˈhɑ mɪd/ noun 1. flourished early 8th century a.d, Muslim conqueror of the Sind region in India.
- Mohammed II
noun 1. (“the Conqueror”) 1430–81, sultan of Turkey 1451–81: conqueror of Constantinople 1453. noun 1. ?1430–81, Ottoman sultan of Turkey (1451–81). He captured Constantinople (1453) and conquered large areas of the Balkans
- Mohammed of Ghor
[gawr, gohr] /gɔr, goʊr/ noun 1. (Mu’izz-ad-din) died 1206, Muslim Sultan of Ghazni 1173–1206: established Muslim power in India.