Meaning : Army, Unknown,
Pronunciation : (Unknown),
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Numerology information Junayd:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Additional information Junayd:
Means "small army", derived from Arabic جند (jund) "army, soldiers".
Definition funny of Junayd:
Junayd a guy that smokes weed everyday and gets laid at the click of his fingers. He gets girls more than a sexy Vietnamese prostitute. He is a well know dude that gets sucked of under a table. To be a Junayd you must shag a different girl every minute and can have 6 girls at once.
Guy: Wow now that's what you call a Junayd Girl: Yeah I wish i could join in
Songs about Junayd:
Azaan (feat. Muhammad Taha Al Junayd) by Simtech Productions from the Album Azaan Adhan
Come With Me - Hibala Junayd by Hibala Junayd from the Album Hotel Marrakesh
Books about Junayd:
JUNAYD, AL-: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Alexander Knysh (2005)
The Life, Personality and Writings of al-Junayd (Arabic Edition) by Ali Hassan Abdel-Kader (Sep 24, 2014)
The Life, Personality and Writing of Al Junayd by Ali Hassan Abdel-Kader (Jan 1, 2013)
The Life, Personality and Writings of al-Junayd . Al-Junayd (d. 910) was one of the most significant figures of... (1962)
Life Personality and Writings of Al Junayd by AbdelKaderAliHas (1976)
New Series Volume 22: The Life, Personality and Writings of Al-Junayd: a Study of a Third/Ninth Century Mystic... by Ali Hasan Abd Al-Qadir (1962)
Rasail al-Junayd (Arabic Edition) by Abu al-Qasim Junayd ibn Muhammad (1988)
Wiki information Junayd:
Junayd of Baghdad was one of the most famous of the early Persian Muslim mystics, or Sufis, of Islam and is a central figure in the golden chain of many Sufi orders. Junayd taught in Baghdad throughout his spiritual lifetime and was an important...
Sheikh Junayd was the son of Shaykh Ibrahim. After the death of his father, he assumed the leadership of the Safaviyya from 1447-1460.