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La (لا)


La Hawla Wala Quwwata Ila Billah (لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله)

This is a common phrase that literally means 'There is no change nor power except by means of God'. This expression is often said when a Muslim is seized by a calamity or situation beyond their control.

La Ilaha Ilallah (لا اله الا لله)

There is no (other) God except Allah.

La Raib (لا ريب)

La raib means 'no doubt (therein)'. You will find the phraze in the Holy Quran in Surat Al-Baqarah (Chapter of The Cow) in the second verse: [2.2] This Book (Quran), there is no doubt in it, is a guide to those who guard (against evil).

Lah (لا)

Lah (also spelt La) means 'No'.

Lail (ليل)


Lament ( Feel or express great sorrow or regret for sb/sth)

Mourning, sorrow (a passionate expression of grief).

Language (لغة)

The Arabic word for language is 'lugha'.


Deceased, defunct, of blessed memory (no longer alive)

Lauh (لوح)

See Lawh.

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