Aamiin Allahumma Aamiin In Arabic & Meaning

Although you may hear Many Muslims say Aamiin Allahumma Aamiin and considers it a Sunnah but the fact is it’s not a Sunnah and is a Harmless addition made by Muslims to stressing on asking Allah to accept the Dua. 

Aamiin Allahumma Aamiin In Arabic

The phrase consists of 3 words that are written in Arabic with Diacritical as:

آمِيْن اللّهُمَّ آمِيْن

and Without the Diacritical:

آمين اللهم آمين

Aamiin Allahumma Aamiin Meaning

The word Allahumma is just Allah’s name, which is best translated as “Oh, Allah” or “Ya Allah”.

Ameen on the other hand means firm, truthful, or faithful. Also, common English translations include “verily,” “truly,” “it is so,” or “I affirm God’s truth.”

Together, Aamiin Allahumma Aamiin would be a plea, “Hear this truth, O Allah, hear this truth” or hear my prayer. which to be used at the end of “Dua”.

It is the form of requesting Allah to fulfill all the wishes and dua that have been made.


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