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Sfcria, an idol of Ad, 123, n.
Sakbar, a devil, gets Solomon's signet and
Saleh, the prophet, bis story, 123, &c,
305. &c, 313; vide Thamud.
who, 7, n.; 200, n.
first parents, 117; believed to assist
the Koreish, 144.
Sects and their leaders, shall quarrel at
the resurrection, 20.
Separation (the day of) a name of the
day of judgment, 403.
Serendib (the isle of), Adam cast down
Sergius, the monk, 223, n.
Serpent, his sentence for assisting in the
Seventy Israelites demand to see God;
Al Seyid al Najrani, a Christian, offers
Sbamliozai, a debauched angel, his pe-
Sh&s Ebn Kais, a Jew, promotes a quar-
Shechinah, misinterpreted by the com-
Sheddad, son of Ad, makes a garden in
Sheep, the prodigious weight of their tails
Shem, raised to life by Jesus, 41, n.
Sboaib, the prophet, his story, 125, &c.,
Signs, the meaning of the word in the
Koran, 6, n.
of men's actions, 273.
of the Mohammedans, 11, n.; the (even
deadly sins, 64, n.
i, 12; the souls of all the prophets
present at the delivery of the law to
Moses thereon, 46, n.
crucified instead of Jesus, 43, n.
Sirius, or the greater dog-star, w< rshipped
by the old Arabs, 439.
not to be compelled to prostitute them
Slander forbidden, 419; the punishment
Sleepers (the seven) their story, 238, &c.
Sofian (Abu) commands the army of the
Sobail Ebn Amru, treats with Moham-
Soheib, flies to Medina, 24, n.
Solomon, succeeds David, 310; has power
Sor&ka Ebn Malec, the devil appears in
Soul, the origin of it, 335.
Spoils, laws concerning their division,
Stars darted at the devils, 210, n.
Stoning of adulterers, 37, n.
Striking, an epithet of the last day, 497.
Sura, or chapter of the Koran, 156, n.
Sun and moon, not to be worshipped,
Swearer (a common) not to be obeyed,
Swine's flesh, vide Food.
Table, caused to descend from heaven
Tables of the law, 131.
Tabuc, the expedition of, 154, 164.
Tagat, the meaning of the word, 31, n.
Taleb (Abu) Mohammed's uncle, 163, m;
NW, vide Saul.
Tasnim, a fountain in paradise, 483.
Tebala and Jorash, their inhabitants em
Temple of Mecca, vide Caaba; of Jeru-
Thalaba, grows suddenly rich on Mo-
rhakif (the tribe of) demand terms of
Thamtid (the tribe of) their story and
destruction, 123, 278, 282, 390; vide
Theft, its punishment, 86
Throne of God, 31; will be borne by eight
angels on the day of judgment, 463.
to be crucified in Christ's stead, 42, n.
burning bush, 479.
Variety of languages and complexions
victory of the Greeks over the Persians
Visitation of the Caaba, 23.
Unbelievers described, 356; their sen-
Unity of God asserted, 504.
Unrighteousness punished, 170.
fjsury forbidden, 34, 333. •
Al Uzza, an idol of the Meccans, 74, n.;
Al Walid Ebn al Mogheira, a great enemy
Al Walid Ebn Okba, 418, n.
War against infidels, commanded and
Waraka Ebn Nawfal, acknowledged one
Water produced from the rock by Me
Weight to be just, 126, 482.
Whoredom, laws concerning it, 61, 287
Wicked, their sentence, 171, 209, 476.
Widows, to be provided for, 29; laws
Wife ought to be used justly, 76; may be
Wills, laws relating to them, M.
Winds, their use, 333; subject to Solo-
Wine forbidden, 25, 93.
Witnesses, laws relating to them, 76, 82;
Witchcraft used against Mohammed, 505.
Women, ought to be respected, 59; and
Works of an infidel, will appear to him
Al Yamama, its inhabitants a warlike
Al Yaman, the inhabitants thereof slay
Yathreb, the ancient name of Medina, 343
Al Zabir, mount, 131, n.
Al Zack, vide Alms.
Zacharias, praying for a son, is promised
John, 40, 248; educates the virgin
before the mission of Mohammed,
Zeid, the husband of Zeinab, his story.
Zeinab, her marriage with Mohammed
Zenjebfl, a stream in paradise, 475.