Definition of Rabi i
1. Noun. The third month of the Islamic calendar.
Generic synonyms: Islamic Calendar Month
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Literary usage of Rabi i
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1. The Crusaders in the East: A Brief History of the Wars of Islam with the by William Barron Stevenson (1907)
"41 and in 'Imad ed-din as quoted by AS Goergens 169 is a textual error for the 22nd Rabi' i. It. Ric. 181 and Benedict ii. 161 give the date as Saturday in ..."
2. The Crusaders in the East: A Brief History of the Wars of Islam with the by William Barron Stevenson (1907)
"Richard wished to have 1 Beh. iii. 104; 'Imad ed-din in AS Goergens 168; Beh. iii. 110 represents him as still with Saladin in Rabi' i ..."
3. British Farmer's Magazine (1873)
"... the crop of rabi. I always use some superphosphates and other light manures, hut I hold that one who keeps a Urge quantity of stock fed on cake and corn ..."
4. The Arab Conquest of Egypt and the Last Thirty Years of the Roman Dominion by Alfred Joshua Butler (1902)
"21, 6401, the date usually assigned for the capture of Alexandria. This is bewildering enough. Yakut adds that 'Amr set out towards Alexandria in Rabi' I, ..."
5. The Arab Conquest of Egypt and the Last Thirty Years of the Roman Dominion by Alfred Joshua Butler (1902)
"But he quotes Al Kind! as saying that after the capture of Babylon 'Amr set out for Alexandria, and this was in Rabi' I, AH 20—or Jumada II, according to ..."