also Mussalman noun (plural Mussulmen or Mussulmans) Etymology: Turkish müslüman & Persian musulmān, modification of Arabic muslim Date: circa 1583 Muslim

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  • Mussulman — Mussulman, Musselman, Mussulmann, Musselmann, Musulman, Muselman, Musulmann, Muselmann, Musselmen may have one of the following meanings. Musulman, Muslim in a number of languages (also used archaically in English as Mussulman, Musselman)… …   Wikipedia

  • Mussulman — Mus sul*man, n.; pl. {Mussulmans}. [Ar. muslim[=i]n, pl. of muslim: cf. F. & Sp. musulman. See {Moslem}.] A Mohammedan; a Moslem. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mussulman — (n.) a Muslim, 1560s, from Turk. musulman, from Pers. musulman (adj.), from Arabic muslim (see MUSLIM (Cf. Muslim)) + adjective suffix AN (Cf. an) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Mussulman — [mus′əl mən] n. pl. Mussulmans [Pers musulmān, a Muslim < Ar muslim] Archaic MUSLIM …   English World dictionary

  • Mussulman — /mus euhl meuhn/, n., pl. Mussulmans. a Muslim. [1555 65; < Pers Musulman (pl.) < Ar Muslimun, pl. of Muslim MUSLIM] * * * …   Universalium

  • Mussulman — noun a Muslim …   Wiktionary

  • mussulman — Mus·sul·man || mÊŒslmÉ™n n. Muslim, adherent of Islam …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Mussulman — [ mʌs(ə)lmən] noun (plural Mussulmans or Mussulmen) & adjective archaic term for Muslim. Origin C16: from Pers. musulmān, from muslim (see Muslim) …   English new terms dictionary

  • mussulman — n. Mahometan, Mohammedan, Moslem, Muslim …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • mussulman — mus·sul·man …   English syllables

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