Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Allah"

The meaning of "Allah" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “By Allah, miserable would always be the man who owns no camels,” wrote the Somali poet Qawdhan Duale. It took 78 camels but Mohamed Isaaq is no longer miserable. mean?
A: Yes, it means he's not miserable anymore because he has many camels.

Because the text could be interpreted as: even if you have only ONE camel, you would stop being miserable.

You can interpret it as, "it took 78 camels, but (at least) Mohamed Isaaq is not miserable (anymore).


Q: What does Allah ap ko hifz amaaan mai rakai mean?
A: it means, “May Allah bless you.”
Q: What does Allah ap ko is kam mai taraqi dy mean?
A: It means Allah will bless you.
Q: What does 'Allah' mean?
A: name of the god of the muslims

Translations of "Allah"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Allah maf kare
A: God, sorry
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Allah ka shukr hai
A:
thanks of God ' 😇
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Allah ım o nasıl bir oda

hayal gibi, rüya gibi
A: God, what a beautiful room it is, like a dream! (hayal ve ruya her ikisini dream olarak cevirebilirsiniz)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Allah razı olsun
A: Thank God
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Allah a emanet ol
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Other questions about "Allah"

Q: 1) I am so grateful to Allah to give me all what I had until now.
2) I appreciate what I realize on my life.
3) I am thankful to be healthy today . Does this sound natural?
A: I am so grateful for all that Allah has given me until now.
I appreciate what I have learned so far in my life.
I am thankful that I am healthy today.
Q: which one is correct " my Allah guides you to the right path " or " my Allah guide you to the right path"
A: Thank you
Q: Allah Gives you more health and long life and make you happy always too

A: Allah gives you better health, a long life, and will always make you happy.
Q: ‎I am so calm because I am here
I thank Allah, he gave me everything good
An endless thanks Does this sound natural?
A: It is understandable but doesn’t make total sense. If you want to keep it concise then it is okay but an improvement would be:

I am so calm (or serene) because I am here
I thank Allah, he gave me
Everything that is good
I thank him endlessly

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