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Definition of Alcoran

Alcoran
Koran Ko"ran (?; 277), n. [Ar. gor[=a]n. See Alcoran.] The Scriptures of the Mohammedans, containing the professed revelations to Mohammed; -- called also Alcoran. [Written also Kuran or Quran.]
Alcoran
Alcoran Al"co*ran (?; 277), n. [alcoran, fr. Ar. al-qor[=a]n, orig. the reading, the book, fr. qaraa to read. Cf. Koran.] The Mohammedan Scriptures; the Koran (now the usual form). [Spelt also Alkoran.]

Meaning of Alcoran from wikipedia

- offered the first English version in 1649, from the French translation of L'Alcoran de ****met (1647) by Andre du Ryer. In 1734, George Sale produced the first...
- after having read Sale's translation, Voltaire wrote his own essay "De l'Alcoran et de ****met" ("On the Quran and on Mohammed"). Voltaire shared Sale's...
- L'Alcoran de ****met ("The Qur'an of Muhammad") was the third Western translation of the Qur'an, preceded by Lex Mahumet pseudoprophete ("[The] Law of...
- against Islam, the Confusión o con****ación de la secta ****mética y del Alcorán. The man subsequently known as Juan Andrés was born in Xàtiva, Spain, the...
- W. Moore, Savary (M., Claude Etienne)|The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed|1853|J. W. Moore| p. 20 Carol K. Mack, Dinah Mack A Field Guide...
- Boulainvilliers and George Sale, he wrote again about Mohammed and Islam in "De l'Alcoran et de ****met" ("On the Quran and on Mohammed"). In this essay, Voltaire...
- Conscience (1646) Mystagogus Poeticus, or the Muses' Interpreter (1647) The Alcoran of ****met: Translated out of Arabique into French by the Sieur Du Ryer...
- centuries, but the majority were produced in the 20th and 21st centuries. The Alcoran, Translated out of Arabic into French. By the Andrew du Ryer, Lord of Malezair...
- in Latin, a re****ation of the Quran titled Prodromus Ad Re****ationem Alcoran. Marracci's Islamic texts included Ibn Abī Zamanīn, Thaʿlabī, Zamakhsharī...
- he claims in his Confusión o Con****ación de la secta ****mética y del alcorán) but this translation is lost. A few dozen Qurʻan verses into Castilian...