A Mohammedan crier of the hour of prayer; the Moslem official of a mosque who summons the faithful to prayer from a minaret five times a day.
mosque official who calls the faithful to prayer five times a day from the minaret
person - (moo-UZZ-in) A person who calls the faifthul to prayer at prayer time.
The crier who calls the faithful to pray five times a day.
The person who calls the faithful to prayer (Namaz - also called Salah). The Muezzin recites the Azan - the Muslim call to prayer - the words of which have remained unchanged since the time of the Prophet and Imam Ali.
A crier who announces prayer time from the minaret, or tower of a mosque.
caller of the prayer from the minaret.
(Arabic) The man who chants the call to prayer from a mosque minaret
Muslim who calls the hour of daily prayers (Arabic mu'adhdhin)
From the Arabic mu'azzin, one who calls the faithful to prayer on the five occasions each day as prescribed.
The crier who calls Muslims to prayer five times a day.
Man who calls Muslims to prayer from the Minaret.
Man who gives the call to prayer.
the functionary who call the faithful to prayer.
Priest who gives call to prayer from minaret.
The person who makes the call to prayer for Muslims.
The crier who ascends a minaret to call Moslems for prayers. -See Minaret. Ar.
literally, "announcer;" an Islamic offical in a mosque who calls Muslims to prayer, traditionally sung forth from atop a minaret.
a crier in the Muslim religion who calls the faithful to prayer five times a day.
The muezzin (in Arabic: Ù…Ø¤Ø°Ù† muâ€™adhdhin) is a chosen person at the mosque who leads the call (adhan) to Friday service and the five daily prayers (also known as the salat) from one of the mosque's minarets (in most modern mosques, electronic amplification aids the muezzins).