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Translation of "Islam" - English-Spanish dictionary

Islam

noun [no plural]   /ˈɪz·lɑːm/
a religion based on belief in one God and shown to people through Mohammed islam
Islamic adjective /ɪzˈlæm·ɪk/
islámico
(Definition of Islam from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Islam

noun /ˈizlaːm/
the Muslim religion. Islam
Islamic /-ˈlӕ-/ adjective
of Islam Islámico Islamic beliefs.
(Definition of Islam from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “Islam”
in Korean 이슬람…
in Arabic الإسْلام…
in Malaysian Islam…
in French Islam…
in Russian ислам…
in Chinese (Traditional) 伊斯蘭教, 伊斯蘭教信徒, 伊斯蘭教國家…
in Italian islamismo…
in Turkish Müslümanlık, İslamiyet, İslamlık…
in Polish Islam…
in Vietnamese đạo Hồi…
in Portuguese islamismo…
in Thai ศาสนาอิสลาม…
in German der Islam…
in Catalan islam…
in Japanese イスラム教…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伊斯兰教, 伊斯兰教信徒, 伊斯兰教国家…
in Indonesian Islam…
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