Australian Slang
WWI Military, obsolete a Turkish soldier

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  • Abdul — ist ein Name, der zu Deutsch so viel wie „Diener des …“ heißt. Der Ursprung liegt im Arabischen, wo die Verbindung ʿAbd al / ‏عبد ال‎ (in Verbindung mit einem der 99 Namen Gottes) häufig anzutreffen ist (Beispiele: Abd al Qadir, Abd ar Rahman und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Abdul — (arab.), s. u. Abd …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Abdul — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Abdul imagesize= caption= pronunciation= gender = meaning = Servant of the region = origin = Arabic related names = Abdullah, which means Servant of God footnotes = Abdul (Arabic: عبد ال ), (also transliterated… …   Wikipedia

  • Abdul — (as used in expressions) Abdul Kalam Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj Prince Abdul Jabbar Kareem Olajuwon Hakeem Abdul * * * …   Universalium

  • Abdul — (as used in expressions) Abdul Rahman, Tunku Abdul Jabbar, Kareem Olajuwon, Hakeem (Abdul) …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Abdul — /ˈæbdʌl/ (say abdul) noun Colloquial 1. World War I a. a Turkish soldier. b. Turkish soldiers collectively; the Turkish armed forces: *Ivan swings his forces south, keeps Abdul occupied in Thrace and along the Black Sea coast, and the Royal Navy… …   Australian English dictionary

  • abdul — /ˈæbdʌl/ (say abdul) verb (t) (abdulled, abdulling) to erect (a tent) with one side wall extended to form an open shelter. {from Abdul (def. 2) with reference to the style in which the Afghans in Australia pitched their tents} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Abdul — noun used by Muslims …   Wiktionary

  • Abdul — arabischer Name, Kurzform von → Abdullah (Bedeutung: Diener Gottes) …   Deutsch namen

  • Abdul — WWI Military, obsolete a Turkish soldier …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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