Mu·ham·mad·an /moˈhæmədən, ˈhɑ ||mu-/
Mu·ham·mad·an Mu·ham·med·an n. A Muslim.
Mu·ham·mad·an Mu·ham·med·an a. Islamic.
Mo·ham·med·an, n. A follower of Mohammed, the founder of Islam (also called Islamism or Mohammedanism); an adherent of Islam; one who professes Islam; a Muslim; a Moslem; a Musselman; -- this term is used mostly by non-Moslems, and some Moslems find it offensive. [Written also Muhammadan, Mahometan, Mahomedan, etc.]
Mo·ham·med·an a. Of or pertaining to Mohammed, or to Islam, the religion and institutions founded by Mohammed; in the latter sense, synonymous with Islamic, the term preferred by Moslems. [Written also Mahometan, Mahomedan, Muhammadan, etc.]
adj : of or relating to the Arabian prophet Muhammad or to the
religion he founded [syn: Mohammedan]
n : a believer or follower of Islam [syn: Muslim, Moslem, Mohammedan,