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Samiyya

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Submitted by Sam (United States), Oct 22, 2017 at 10:07

Samiyya is used twice in the Qur'an.

Once for Yahya (as), translated "name."

Once for Allah set, "Has no equal. "

The suffix iyya, added to an obscure noun like sam/Sen, gives it profound meaning.

As in Hebrew it has the meaning "Renown."

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