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  • The word mihrab originally had a non-religious meaning and simply denoted a special room in a house; a throne room in a palace, for example. cites Theodor Nöldeke and others as having considered a mihrab to have originally signified a throne room. — “Mihrab - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Abteen · Arash · Afrāsiāb · Akvan-e Div · Bahman · Bahram Gour · Bahrām Chobin · Banu · Kay Kāvus · Kai Khosrow · Kei Qobád · Kiumars · Mahuy Suri · Manuchehr · Manizheh. — “Mehrab Kaboli - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The whole Usage of Al-Mihrab in The Qur'an section seems like one persons interpretation. [edit] Mihrab is a Persian word. We have more words in which the suffix. — “Talk:Mihrab/Archive1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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