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Literally means 'Whatever Allah (God) wills'. It is often used in occasions where there is surprise in someones' good deeds or achievements. For example people say Mashallah when someone does very well in their exams.
A building designated for prayer. Called "Mosque" in English.
Ma'soomeen is a plural word meaning infallibles - persons free from sin. The singular word is ma'soom.
A school of thought, direction, manner, mode.
Mathhabs arrise due to different interpretations of the Quran, Sunnah and for political reasons. The word mathhab and sect can be thought of in the same way usually, but there is a difference because there can be different mathhabs within the same sect. Examples of Mathhabs include Shia, Sunni, wahabi, salafi, deobandi etc. A muslim should not follow a mathhab when it contradicts clear proof in the Quran and Sunnah.
Matthew is an English name meaning 'Gift of God'.
Lord, Master, Helper, Protector, Supporter, Patron. Not usually used in referance to God.
The plural of mawrid, and it means 'sources'.
Master, lord, leader etc.