isnad

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Arabic إِسْنَاد (ʾisnād, support, backing).

Noun[edit]

isnad (plural isnads)

  1. (Islam) a Muslim tradition, specifying the chain of human reporters from the time of Muhammad that authenticates the legitimacy of a hadith (a report of sayings and acts of the prophet)

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