Definición de Hegira en inglés:

Hegira

Saltos de línea: He¦gira
Pronunciación: /ˈhɛdʒɪrə
 
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(also Hejira or Hijra)

sustantivo

1Muhammad’s departure from Mecca to Medina in ad 622, marking the consolidation of the first Muslim community.
1.1The Muslim era reckoned from Muhammad’s departure from Mecca: the second century of the Hegira
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the third year of the Hijra, news went wild that the Prophet was martyred.
  • Was it a matter of coincidence, therefore, that his's research on Arab critical currents in the fourth century of the Hejira started while he was introducing Western theory into critical discourse?
  • Due to the lunar nature of the Arabic calendar, known as the Hijra calendar, festivals do not fall on the same days each year in the Western world.
1.2 (hegira) An exodus or migration.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Hijra of the Prophet took place in 622 not 1622.
  • They had delayed their hegira to their summer home in North Carolina in order to attend the dinner.
  • She also made reference to being ‘cross-examined’ on a hour-long radio show shortly before her hegira to safety.

Origen

via medieval Latin from Arabic hijra 'departure', from hajara 'emigrate'.

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