QAMU

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QAMUQuality Assurance Management Unit (University of Malaya; Malaysia)
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An example is the monolingual dictionary, Qamus al-Mahmudiyya (Mahmud's dictionary), compiled by Mahmud ibn almarum Abd al-Qadir al-Hindi on the initiative of the Straits Settlements School Inspector in 1893.
The gems (jawahir) which he brought to light from the ocean (qamus) of the Arabic language include a lasting compliment to the wealth of his reference text, Firuzabadi (d.
Abdullah Abbas Nadvi, Qamus al-alfaz al-Quran, Karachi, 2003.
Qamus al-'adat wa al-taqalid wa al-ta'abir al-Misriyya.
Qamus al-`adat wa al-taqalid wa al-ta`abir al-Misriyya.
See Munir al-Ba'albaki, al-Mawrid: Qamus inklizi 'arabi (Beirut: Dar al-'Ilm li-l-Malayin.
16561 (Damascus ed., 12: 157); Khayr al-Din Zirikli, al-A'lam: Qamus tarajim li-ashhar al-rijal wa-l-nise min al-'arab wa-l-mustdribin wa-l-mustashriqin.
Al Bahr al-[subset]Ulum (Najaf, 1961), 39; Tustari, Qamus al-rijal (Tahran, 1379-87 A.H.), III: 285; and Abtahi, Tahdhib almaqal (Isfahan, 1405 A.H.), II: 411.
Shakir, Ahmad Muhammad; Khayr al-Din al-Zirikli, al-A""lam: qamus tarajim (Beirut: Dar al-Ilm Ii"l-Malayin, 1980), 1: 253; Ebrahim Moosa, "Shaykh Ahmad Shakir and the Adoption of a Scientifically-Based Lunar Calendar," Islamic Law and Society 5.1 (1998): 57-59.