Mawlawi (also spelled Maulvi, Moulvi, and Mawlvi; Arabic: مولوی) is an honorific Islamic religious title given to Muslim religious scholars or Ulema preceding their names, similar to the titles Maulana, Mullah, or Shaykh. Mawlawi generally means highly qualified Islamic scholar. Usually, a Maulvi would have completed full studies in a madrassa (Islamic school) or Darul Uloom (Islamic seminary). It is commonly used throughout the Persian- including Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and East Africa. The word Mawlawi/Maulvi is derived from the Arabic word mawla, which has several meanings, including "lord".

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  • Mawlawi (auch Maulvi, Moulvi oder Mawlvi; arabisch مولوی) ist ein Ehrentitel in der Islamischen Religion, welcher an islamische Gelehrte bzw. Schüler des Islams vergeben werden kann. Mawlawi bedeutet Hochqualifizierte Schüler der Islamischen Lehre. Einher geht normalerweise ein abgeschlossenes Studium in einer Madrasa (Islamische Schule) oder Dar ul-Ulum (Islamisches Seminar). Mawlawi wird als Titel im Iran, Afghanistan, Zentralasien, Südasien, Südostasien und Ostafrika benutzt. Das Wort Mawlawi ist vom arabischen Mawla abgeleitet, was mehrere Bedeutungen haben kann, inklusive Herr. Ein Mawlawi ist in seiner Klasse oder Stufe der Hierarchie niedriger angesiedelt als ein Mawlānā (arabisch مَولانا). (de)
  • Mawlawi (also spelled Maulvi, Moulvi, and Mawlvi; Arabic: مولوی) is an honorific Islamic religious title given to Muslim religious scholars or Ulema preceding their names, similar to the titles Maulana, Mullah, or Shaykh. Mawlawi generally means highly qualified Islamic scholar. Usually, a Maulvi would have completed full studies in a madrassa (Islamic school) or Darul Uloom (Islamic seminary). It is commonly used throughout the Persian- including Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and East Africa. The word Mawlawi/Maulvi is derived from the Arabic word mawla, which has several meanings, including "lord". Turkish Mawlawi fraternity of Sufis (Muslim mystics) founded in Konya (Qonya), Anatolia, by the Persian Sufi poet Jalal ad-Din ar-Rumi (d. 1273), whose popular title mawlana (Arabic for “our master”) gave the order its name. The order, propagated throughout Anatolia, controlled Konya and environs by the 15th century and in the 17th century appeared in Istanbul. (en)
  • Mawlawi (anche: Maulvi, Mawlvi e traslitt. italiana Molvì; arabo: مولوی) è un titolo religioso onorifico islamico dato agli studiosi musulmani sunniti o ʿulamāʾ e che precede il nome, simile ai titoli Maulana, Mullah o Shaykh. Mawlawi viene usualmente assegnato ad un dotto islamico altamente qualificato. Di solito il mawlawi ha completato tutti i suoi studi presso una madrasa (in arabo: مدرسة‎ - scuola islamica) o Darul Uloom (in arabo: دار العلوم‎ - seminario islamico). Viene usato comunemente nell'area geografica persiana/asiatica – inclusi Iran, Afghanistan, Asia centrale, Asia meridionale, Sud-est asiatico e Africa orientale. La parola "Mawlawi/Molvì" deriva dall'arabo "Mawla", che significa "maestro" o "signore". La confraternita mawlawi turca dei sufi (mistici musulmani) fu fondata a Konya (Qonya), Anatolia, dal poeta sufi persiano Rumi (m. 1273), il cui titolo popolare mawlana (arabo: "nostro maestro") diede il nome all'ordine. Tale ordine, propagatosi in tutta l'Anatolia, venne a controllare Konya e dintorni entro il XV secolo e nel XVII secolo apparve anche a Istanbul. (it)
  • Мавлави (араб. مولوی‎), тоже что и Мавлана (араб. مولانا‎) — в переводе с арабского значит «правитель» или «владелец». Почётное религиозное звание в исламе , высший толкователь канонов шариата. Примеры людей, которые использовали в своём имени звание Мавлави: известные персидские поэты Джалаладдин Руми и Джами, а также Мавлави Ибрагим, отец президента Бангладеш, а также его активно используют влиятельные политические фигуры в Афганистане (напр. Вакиль Ахмад Мутаваккиль). (ru)
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  • Мавлави (араб. مولوی‎), тоже что и Мавлана (араб. مولانا‎) — в переводе с арабского значит «правитель» или «владелец». Почётное религиозное звание в исламе , высший толкователь канонов шариата. Примеры людей, которые использовали в своём имени звание Мавлави: известные персидские поэты Джалаладдин Руми и Джами, а также Мавлави Ибрагим, отец президента Бангладеш, а также его активно используют влиятельные политические фигуры в Афганистане (напр. Вакиль Ахмад Мутаваккиль). (ru)
  • Mawlawi (also spelled Maulvi, Moulvi, and Mawlvi; Arabic: مولوی) is an honorific Islamic religious title given to Muslim religious scholars or Ulema preceding their names, similar to the titles Maulana, Mullah, or Shaykh. Mawlawi generally means highly qualified Islamic scholar. Usually, a Maulvi would have completed full studies in a madrassa (Islamic school) or Darul Uloom (Islamic seminary). It is commonly used throughout the Persian- including Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and East Africa. The word Mawlawi/Maulvi is derived from the Arabic word mawla, which has several meanings, including "lord". (en)
  • Mawlawi (auch Maulvi, Moulvi oder Mawlvi; arabisch مولوی) ist ein Ehrentitel in der Islamischen Religion, welcher an islamische Gelehrte bzw. Schüler des Islams vergeben werden kann. Mawlawi bedeutet Hochqualifizierte Schüler der Islamischen Lehre. Einher geht normalerweise ein abgeschlossenes Studium in einer Madrasa (Islamische Schule) oder Dar ul-Ulum (Islamisches Seminar). Mawlawi wird als Titel im Iran, Afghanistan, Zentralasien, Südasien, Südostasien und Ostafrika benutzt. Das Wort Mawlawi ist vom arabischen Mawla abgeleitet, was mehrere Bedeutungen haben kann, inklusive Herr. (de)
  • Mawlawi (anche: Maulvi, Mawlvi e traslitt. italiana Molvì; arabo: مولوی) è un titolo religioso onorifico islamico dato agli studiosi musulmani sunniti o ʿulamāʾ e che precede il nome, simile ai titoli Maulana, Mullah o Shaykh. Mawlawi viene usualmente assegnato ad un dotto islamico altamente qualificato. Di solito il mawlawi ha completato tutti i suoi studi presso una madrasa (in arabo: مدرسة‎ - scuola islamica) o Darul Uloom (in arabo: دار العلوم‎ - seminario islamico). Viene usato comunemente nell'area geografica persiana/asiatica – inclusi Iran, Afghanistan, Asia centrale, Asia meridionale, Sud-est asiatico e Africa orientale. La parola "Mawlawi/Molvì" deriva dall'arabo "Mawla", che significa "maestro" o "signore". (it)
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  • Mawlawi (de)
  • Mawlawi (Islamic title) (en)
  • Mawlawi (it)
  • Мавлави (ru)
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