Definition of Fatimah
1. Noun. Youngest daughter of the prophet Mohammed and wife of the fourth calif Ali; revered especially by Shiite Muslims (606-632).
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Literary usage of Fatimah
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1. The Miracle Play of Hasan and Husain by Arthur Naylor Wollaston (1879)
"Fatimah, whose death is here recorded, was the daughter of Muhammad, whom she survived but a few months. She married 'Alf, and bore to him Hasan and Husain, ..."
2. Shifting Sands by Will Kester (2007)
"He called Fatimah and arranged one more night of pleasure before he left America. Fatimah was as willing and as inventive as before but Saleh's lust was ..."
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