Adab


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Adab

 

in medieval Arabic literature, the sphere of worldly knowledge required of an educated man (adib)—Arabic poetry and poetics, history and genealogy of Arabic tribes, rhetoric, ethics, philosophy, and natural science. Adab existed in the form of various collections, anthologies, treatises, and sketches. In modern Arab countries, adab has come to mean belles-lettres.

REFERENCE

Krachkovskii, I. Iu. Izbr. soch., vol. 2. Moscow-Leningrad, 1956. Pages 563–74.
References in periodicals archive ?
Khalique also deplored the widening communication gap between modern poets and the 'mehnatkash' or hardworking sectors of society, blaming this for the drop in popularity of mazahmati adab.
21-24), is followed by a detailed inventory of publications of third-millennium Adab texts (pp.
Our future generation of healthcare professionals is not versatile and they have no interest in humanity, literature and Adab.
This finding suggests that a variety of levels might be found that might affect the significance of immunogenicity differently among patients producing ADAb," the investigators wrote.
Interestingly, the most important work by Ibn Al Muqaffa was the "Al Adab Al Kabir", which was divided into four parts, the first of which offered a brief rhetorical overview on the excellence of the Sassanian legacy of spiritual and temporal knowledge.
Customer experience is at the core of our operations and the Adab Mobile service further reinforces our commitment to continuously offering rewarding and innovative ideas.
Our exports have also decreased," Abu Adab explains.
Ali offers a good appraisal of Arabic literature in the humanities, and makes a cases for adab to be part of Middle Eastern studies in universities.
ISLAMABAD, July 9 -- Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) has published a book containing a selection of poetry and fiction under the title "Intekhab Pakistani Adab (1947-2008)" in all Pakistani regional languages.
Pakistan, May 16 -- Jadid Adab is a literary magazine published in Germany, which is available both in book form and on the internet.
Lai Thai is located on Dohat al Adab Street, between the Safeer International and Safeer Plaza hotels.
Dr Beverly Adab, Dr Pam Moores, Robert Moores, Penny Harbour, Dr Malcolm Harbour MEP; Dr Christine Braddock, Jastal Bains, Gurjeet Bains; Matt Daley, Andrew Williams, Dr Ravi Kant, Gurj Summan, Dilly Rehal; Dr Doug Ellis, Win Sabapathy, Dr Paul Sabapathy, Brenda Birch, Dr Rupa Kochhar, Prof Ashok Kochhar; Prof Julie King, Dr Ravi Kant, Sir Michael Bett