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Sufism Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Sufism Etymology books and related discussion.
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- Sufism in the West
- The nature of their affiliation with the countries of their origin.
- unbroken succession (silsilah) leading back to Sufism's origin with Muhammad.
- Tasawwuf [Sufism]
- literally “becoming a Sufi,” tasawwuf is generally translated as Sufism. The etymologies for the term Sufi are various.
- The Sufi Path, An Introduction to the Ni'matullahi Sultan 'Alishahi Order
- THE ETYMOLOGY OF “SUFISM”. Scholars have different theories about the etymology of sufi.
- Adoration in Islamic Mystical Tradition Like many other religious
- the etymology of the word.
Suggested Web Resources
- Sufism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Two origins of the word 'sufi' have been suggested.
- Sufi - Online Etymology Dictionary
- The Online Etymology Dictionary. Search: member of a Muslim mystical order, 1650s (earlier Sufian, 1580s), from Arabic sufi, lit. "man of wool" (i.
- The Arcane Archive - 'Sufi' Etymology
- 'Sufi' Etymology. To: alt.magick.
- Etymology of the word sufi - WordReference Forums
- Dec 15, 2010 Does the word sufi come from the greek 'sophy' (meaning 'wisdom')?
- Origin of sufism - Qadiri - Sufi Way
- According to sources the word 'Sufi' is connected etymologically to 'purity' ( Assafaa, Safa, yasfou in Arabic) i.e.
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