What is The Meaning of Minal Aidin Wal Faidzin

meaning of minal aidin wal faidzin
meaning of minal aidin wal faidzin

What is The Meaning of Minal Aidin Wal Faidzin

The words minal aidin wal faidzin are very familiar in our ears. This phrase is often heard when eid mubarak feast arrives. And that speaks not only the Muslims, even the non-Muslims are also very fluent in reciting it.

What is the meaning of the word?

Apparently some people are not exactly in using the phrase, or ordinary Java people say “pendono”. They assume that the word is a word of apology, so minal aidin wal faizin = apologize inward and inward. Very often we meet people who express it to apologize,

The word minal aidin wal faizin is not really an arab culture. Because at the time of the Prophet, when entering eid mubarak which is pronounced is “taqobbalallahu minna waminkum, shiyamana wa shiyamakum” which means that may Allah accept our fast and kaliyan.

Because the Arabs when parting with Ramadan, they are very difficult and worried if 1 month fasting to be in vain. Then what is the meaning and meaning of minal aidin wal faizin?

Said aidin derived from the word ‘id which means back, while aidin is the perpetrator ato the people who return. While faizin derived from the word fawz which means victory,

Faizin is the one who wins.

Ulama ‘Indonesia besides using waminkum siyamana wa mina taqobalallahu siyamakum, plus ja’alnallahu minal aidin wal meaning faizin may Allah make us people back (sacred) and part of orang2 wins because it has passed the full test of Ramadan.

So the word minal aidin wal faizin is part of prayer, by adding ja’alnallahu. Therefore, the expression minal aidin wa faizin less appropriate if disclosed to apologize, because it means not an apology. We recommend that if you want to apologize enough to say “beg forgiveness”, more afdol again if it begins with a prayer “taqobbalallahu minna wa wa minkum siyamana siamakum, wataqobbal yes karim, ja’alnallahu minal aidin wal faizin” apologize new born inner,

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