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Allah'ın 99 İsmi Ne Anlama Gelir? Esmaül Hüsna İsimleri ve Sırları Nelerdir?


Esmaül Hüsna: The 99 Names of Allah and Their Meanings




As Muslims, we believe that Allah is the Creator, Sustainer, and Lord of everything in existence. He is the only one worthy of worship and He has no partners or equals. He is the most perfect and most beautiful being, and He has revealed His attributes and qualities to us through His names. These names are called Esmaül Hüsna, which means "the most beautiful names" in Arabic.




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Esmaül Hüsna is a term that refers to the 99 names of Allah that are mentioned in the Quran and the authentic hadiths. These names describe some of the aspects of Allah's essence, such as His mercy, power, wisdom, justice, love, and majesty. By learning and reciting these names, we can get to know Allah better, praise Him more sincerely, and ask Him more confidently.


In this article, we will explore the 99 names of Allah, their meanings, and their benefits. We will also provide a table with the Arabic, Turkish, and English versions of each name, as well as their references in the Quran or the hadiths. We hope that this article will inspire you to learn more about Allah's beautiful names and use them in your daily prayers and supplications.


The 99 Names of Allah




The following table lists the 99 names of Allah, along with their meanings and references. Note that some names may have more than one meaning or reference, depending on the context and interpretation. Also note that some names may have different spellings or pronunciations in different languages.



Arabic


Turkish


English


Meaning


Reference


Allah


Allah


Allah


The proper name of God, encompassing all His attributes and qualities.


Quran 1:1


Ar-Rahman


Er-Rahman


The Most Gracious


The One who bestows His mercy upon all creation.


Quran 1:3


Ar-Rahim


Er-Rahim


The Most Merciful


The One who is especially merciful to the believers.


Quran 1:3


Al-Malik


El-Melik


The King


The One who owns and rules over everything in existence.


Quran 20:114


Al-Quddus


El-Kuddus


The Holy


The One who is free from any defect or imperfection.


Quran 59:23


As-Salam


Es-Selam


The Peace


The One who is the source of peace and security for His creation.


Quran 59:23



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im_start>[assistant](#message) The Benefits and Virtues of Reciting the 99 Names of Allah




Reciting the 99 names of Allah is not only a way of praising Him, but also a way of seeking His blessings and guidance. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: " The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: \"There are ninety-nine names of Allah; he who commits them to memory would get into Paradise. Verily, Allah is Odd (He is one, and it is an odd number) and He loves odd number.\"


This hadith shows us the great reward and virtue of memorizing the 99 names of Allah and understanding their meanings. By doing so, we can attain the ultimate success of entering Paradise, by Allah's grace and mercy. Moreover, we can also benefit from reciting the 99 names of Allah in various ways, such as:



  • Increasing our love and reverence for Allah: By learning about His beautiful names, we can appreciate His greatness and perfection more, and feel closer to Him in our hearts.



  • Improving our worship and supplication: By knowing the names of Allah that are relevant to our situation, we can invoke Him with them and ask Him for what we need. For example, we can call upon Ar-Razzaq (The Provider) when we seek sustenance, or Al-Hakeem (The Wise) when we seek guidance.



  • Enhancing our character and behavior: By reflecting on the names of Allah that describe His attributes and actions, we can try to emulate them in our own lives. For example, we can be more merciful to others by remembering Ar-Rahman (The Most Gracious) and Ar-Rahim (The Most Merciful), or more just by remembering Al-Adl (The Just) and Al-Haqq (The Truth).



Therefore, reciting the 99 names of Allah is not only a way of praising Him, but also a way of seeking His blessings and guidance.


Conclusion




In conclusion, Esmaül Hüsna is a term that refers to the 99 names of Allah that are mentioned in the Quran and the authentic hadiths. These names describe some of the aspects of Allah's essence, such as His mercy, power, wisdom, justice, love, and majesty. By learning and reciting these names, we can get to know Allah better, praise Him more sincerely, and ask Him more confidently.


We hope that this article has inspired you to learn more about Allah's beautiful names and use them in your daily prayers and supplications. You can find many resources online or offline that can help you memorize and understand the 99 names of Allah. You can also listen to some of the beautiful recitations and nasheeds that are based on these names.


May Allah bless you and grant you success in this life and the next. Ameen.


Esmaül Hüsna nedir?


Esmaül Hüsna isimleri ve anlamları


Esmaül Hüsna faziletleri nelerdir?


Esmaül Hüsna okunuşu nasıldır?


Esmaül Hüsna dinle


Esmaül Hüsna ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna sıralaması


Esmaül Hüsna duası


Esmaül Hüsna zikri


Esmaül Hüsna tesbihatı


Esmaül Hüsna yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Arapça yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Türkçe yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna İngilizce yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Almanca yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Fransızca yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Rusça yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Azerice yazılışı


Esmaül Hüsna Arapça okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna Türkçe okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna İngilizce okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna Almanca okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna Fransızca okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna Rusça okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna Azerice okunuşu


Esmaül Hüsna Arapça dinle


Esmaül Hüsna Türkçe dinle


Esmaül Hüsna İngilizce dinle


Esmaül Hüsna Almanca dinle


Esmaül Hüsna Fransızca dinle


Esmaül Hüsna Rusça dinle


Esmaül Hüsna Azerice dinle


Esmaül Hüsna Arapça ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna Türkçe ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna İngilizce ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna Almanca ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna Fransızca ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna Rusça ezberle


Esmaül Hüsna Azerice ezberle


Allah'ın 99 ismi nedir?


Allah'ın 99 ismi ve anlamları nelerdir?


Allah'ın 99 ismi ve faziletleri nelerdir?


Allah'ın 99 ismi nasıl okunur?


Allah'ın 99 ismi nasıl dinlenir?


Allah'ın 99 ismi nasıl ezberlenir?


Allah'ın 99 ismi sırasıyla nelerdir?


Allah'ın 99 ismi ile dua etmek nasıl olur?


Allah'ın 99 ismini zikretmek nasıl olur?


Allah'ın 99 ismini tesbih etmek nasıl olur?


FAQs




Q: What is the difference between Ar-Rahman and Ar-Rahim?




A: Both names mean "the most merciful", but there is a subtle difference between them. Ar-Rahman refers to Allah's mercy that encompasses all creation, while Ar-Rahim refers to Allah's mercy that is especially for the believers.


Q: What is the name of Allah that is not included in the 99 names?




A: Some scholars say that the name of Allah that is not included in the 99 names is Al-Ism Al-A'zam (The Greatest Name), which is the name that if one asks Allah by it, He will answer him. However, there is no consensus on what this name is exactly. Some say it is Allah itself, while others say it is one of the other names or a combination of them.


Q: How can I know if a name is one of the 99 names of Allah?




A: The best way to know if a name is one of the 99 names of Allah is to check if it is mentioned in the Quran or the authentic hadiths. You can also consult reliable scholars or books that have compiled the list of the 99 names with their evidences.


Q: Can I make up my own names for Allah?




A: No, you cannot make up your own names for Allah. You should only use the names that He has revealed or taught us through His messengers. Making up your own names for Allah may lead to misunderstanding or disrespecting His attributes and qualities.


Q: Can I use any of the 99 names of Allah as my own name?




A: Yes, you can use any of the 99 names of Allah as your own name, as long as you add "Abd" (slave) or "Amat" (female slave) before it. For example, you can name yourself Abdur-Rahman (slave of the Most Gracious) or Am A: Yes, you can use any of the 99 names of Allah as your own name, as long as you add "Abd" (slave) or "Amat" (female slave) before it. For example, you can name yourself Abdur-Rahman (slave of the Most Gracious) or Amatul-Hakeem (female slave of the Wise). However, you should not use the name Allah itself or any of the names that are exclusive to Him, such as Al-Ahad (The One) or Al-Khaliq (The Creator).


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