hadith

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Etymology[edit]

Arabic حَدِيث(ḥadīṯ, Prophetic tradition), from حَدَّثَ(ḥaddaṯa, to tell, relate, report).

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See also: Hadith

Noun[edit]

hadith (countable and uncountable, plural hadith or hadiths or ahadith)

  1. (countable, religion, Islam) An eyewitness account of a saying or action of Muhammad (or sometimes one of his companions) not otherwise found in the Quran.
    In addition to the Quran, many Muslims also look to the hadiths for moral and spiritual guidance in their daily lives.
    There are four main Shia books of hadith and six main Sunni books of hadith.
  2. (countable, religion, Islam) A particular accepted collection of such accounts, as from a single source or within a particular branch of Islam or Islamic jurisprudence.

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Finnish[edit]

(index ha)

Noun[edit]

hadith

  1. hadith (collection of Muhammed's sayings)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of hadith (Kotus type 6/paperi, no gradation)
nominative hadith
genitive hadithin
partitive hadithia
illative hadithiin
singular plural
nominative hadith
accusative nom. hadith
gen. hadithin
genitive hadithin
partitive hadithia
inessive hadithissa
elative hadithista
illative hadithiin
adessive hadithilla
ablative hadithilta
allative hadithille
essive hadithina
translative hadithiksi
instructive
abessive hadithitta
comitative
Possessive forms of hadith (type paperi)
possessor singular plural
1st person hadithini hadithimme
2nd person hadithisi hadithinne
3rd person hadithinsa

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hadith m (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of hádice