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Definition funny of Mashallah:
"Mashallah" or "Mash'Allah" is an Arabic phrase used to show appreciation for a person or happening. It shows respect, and also reminds that everything is achieved by the will of God. The closest English translation is "God willed it." It is used to show joy and praise, and is evoked upon hearing good news. The phrase has found its way into the language of non-Arabs, including Turks and peoples of the Balkans, including some who are not of the Islamic faith.
A: I just got an A+ on my exam. B: "Mashallah!"
Songs about Mashallah:
Mashallah In The Style Of Ek Tha Tiger (Karaoke Backing Track) by Bollywood Boutique from the Album Bollywood Boutique #2
Mashallah (From "Ek Tha Tiger") by Bollywood Boutique from the Album Bollywood Movie Tribute Ringtones
Mashallah! (Live) by Heart from the Album Fanatic Live from Caesars Colosseum
Jawan Ho Mashallah Tum by Mohd Rafi from the Album Yeh Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Jawan Ho Mashallah Tum by Asha Bhosle from the Album Yeh Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Kya Kahne Mashallah Nazar Tir by Mohd. Rafi from the Album Ji Chahta Hai (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Kya Kahne Mashallah Nazar Tir by Mohd. Rafi Suman Kalyanpur from the Album Ji Chahta Hai (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Books about Mashallah:
Mashallah! A Flight Into Egypt by Charles Warren Stoddard (Aug 21, 2008)
Mashallah!: A Flight Into Egypt. by Charles Warren Stoddard (Apr 27, 2009)
Mashallah Khan Dar Bargah-e Haroonalrashid by Iraj Pezeshkzad (1970)
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Wiki information Mashallah:
Masha'allah ibn Atharī was an eighth-century Persian Jewish astrologer and astronomer from the city of Basra who became the leading astrologer of the late 8th century. According to Ibn al-Nadim in his Fihrist, Mashallah was "a man of distinction and...
Mashallah Shamsolvaezin is an Iranian newspaper and magazine publisher who edited many of post-revolutionary Iran's first and most widely circulated independent newspapers, including Kayhan, Jame'eh, Neshat, and Asr-e Azadegan. He currently serves as...