Ramadan

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From Arabic رمضان (ramaḍān), from ارتمض (irtámaḍa, to be consumed by grief and sorrow).

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  • IPA(key): /ɹæməˈdɑːn/, /ˈɹæmədæn/

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Ramadan (plural Ramadans)

  1. (Islam) The holy ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, during which Muslims fast between the break of dawn until sunset; they also refrain from drinking liquids, smoking and having sexual relations.

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Etymology[edit]

From Arabic رمضان (ramaḍān), from ارتمض (irtámaḍa, to be consumed by grief and sorrow).

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Ramadan (Jawi spelling رمضان)

  1. The ninth month in the Hijri calendar; fasting month.

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