Aḥmad, upon him blessings and peace

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The second of the Prophet’s two proper names in the Qurʾān and, like “Muḥammad,” little used by the Arabs before him, “Aḥmad” is a comparative of superiority—the emphatic afʿal form of (i) the participial adjective ḥāmid, “praiser,” and (ii) the verb ḥamida, “he praises/is praiseworthy,” aorist yaḥmadu, infinitive nouns ḥamd, maḥmada, and taḥmīd—mentioned only once…

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