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See also: mussulman
- (archaic) A Muslim.
- 1626, George Emalcin, “The Saracenical History, […] Written in Arabike […] Englished, Abridged, and Continued to the End of the Chalifa’s”, in Samuel Purchas, transl., Purchas His Pilgrimes. […], 5th part, London: […] William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, […], →OCLC, page 1013:
- The firſt Emperor of the Muſlemans was Muhammed Abulcaſim of glorious memory.
- 1819, Henry Tudor Farmer, Imagination; the Maniac's Dream: And Other Poems, page 157:
- […] look at these Christians closely, and you will abhor them. They are the worshippers of gold, not the followers of Alla. The poorest Mussulman has more hospitality than their Cadi; more charity than their Imans; more honesty than their Viziers.
- 1828, Thomas Keightley, The Fairy Mythology, volume I, London: William Harrison Ainsworth, page 71:
- The imagination of the Hindoo paints his Swergas as "profuse of bliss," and all the joys of sense are collected in the Paradise of the Mussulman.
archaic: a Muslim