a.d. 573–634, muhammad’s father-in-law and successor: first caliph of mecca 632–634.
- Abu hanifa
a.d. 699–767, islamic scholar and founder of one of the schools of islamic law.
- Abu hanifah
noun 700–67 ad, muslim theologian and teacher of jurisprudence
- Abu qir
a village of n egypt, in the nile river delta: battle of the nile near here (1798).
- Abu simbel
a former village in s egypt, on the nile: site of two temples of ramses ii; now inundated by lake n-sser, created by the aswan high dam. historical examples only a lizard scuttling over the dark-washed bedroom wall, first cousin to the chameleon you saw at abu simbel. round the wonderful world g. e. mitton […]
a.d. 573–634, muhammad’s father-in-law and successor: first caliph of mecca 632–634. historical examples ayesha (a-yesh’a), daughter of abu-bekr and favourite wife of mahomet, though she bore him no child, born in 610 or 611. the new gresham encyclopedia. vol. 1 part 3 various his own death, which was that of a warrior, left abu-bekr in […]