Sha'aban

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Borrowed from Arabic شَعْبَان (šaʿbān), from شَعَبَ (šaʿaba, to scatter, to disperse).

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Sha'aban

  1. The eighth month of the Islamic calendar.
    • 1958-1994, Hamilton Gibb & CF Beckingham, in The Travels of Ibn Battutah, Folio Society 2012, p. 19:
      They go out also to spend the night there on the night if mid-Sha'ban, and the market people take out all kinds of eatables.

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Arabic شَعْبَان (šaʿbān).

Proper noun[edit]

Shà'àbân m

  1. Sha'aban

See also[edit]

(Islamic calendar months) wata; Muharram, Safar, Rabi'u Lawwal, Rabi'u Lahir, Jimada Lawwal, Jimada Lahir, Rajab, Sha'aban, Ramalan, Shawwal, Zulƙida, Zulhajji