What Does Mubarak Mean?


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Aun Jafery Profile
Aun Jafery answered
The word Mubarak is of Arabic origin. It means "blessed one" in the Arabic language. It is also found used in other cultures associated with Islam. It forms part of the standard greeting "Eid Mubarak" with which Moslems greet each other on the days of Eid. In this sense it means a bit more than happy day and implies that the day of Eid be a blessed one.

The word "Mubarak" has besides this religious usage, also entered the Persian and Urdu languages. In Farsi it is used in several ways to refer to something as "blessed" and has a similar meaning to "blessed" or "congratulations" in Urdu.

Mubarak is also the last name of the current President of Egypt. Hosni Mubarak has been ruling Egypt ever since the 1981 assassination of his predecessor Anwar Sadat.
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Anonymous answered
It is a Arabic word which means blessed
Noor-ul-Elmah Hasan Profile
The word mubarak is arabic in origin - derived from the word barakat which means blessings. Therefore the meaning of mubarak is to congratulate someone by giving blessings, greetings and wishes.
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bijay dash answered
It means congratulations
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Anonymous answered
This is between the Muslim greeting is Islam imlp each year after the end of Ramadan Eid al-fitr

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