The Meaning of “Emal” in Islamic Culture

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It is known for its pearl cultivation and pearl farming in the Persian Gulf. The Qashqai or Haidar Qashqai are the people that brought the pearl to the world’s attention. The Qashqai were the first ones to get hold of the pearl, but it took many years before other cultures could make the pearl equipment.


Emal (meaning “from the name of Emel,” which is a Qashqai word) is the abbreviated form of the original word, “Emal-i-Panj.” Many Qashqai families moved from different countries over time, selecting other census years for identification. The original Emal family name has been discovered in the USA, England, Canada, Scotland and Turkey between 1840 and 1920. The most Emal families in the World were discovered in Turkey in 1920.

The emal abbreviation means “in the name of Emal.” The meaning is “in the name of Emal.” The origin of emal originates from the Qashqai. The Qashqai are the first people to use the word in its modern sense. The word “emal” was translated into “emulsion” in Persian, and later “emal” became synonymous with the English language.

Today, an emal is still commonly used as part of the Qashqai vocabulary. However, the meaning of emal has undergone changes and additions. One common way to describe the emal meaning is “a white crystalline powder which when sprinkled on food and drinks turns it white.” Another use of the term is “a thin, waxy or oily film that forms on raw foods, especially meats and fish and sometimes on fruit juices and fruit but is mainly found on poultry products such as chicken and turkey.” The emal term can also be used to mean “a white chocolates that are usually used as a sweetener in chocolates.” This type of emal is widely used by the people in Iran.

In addition to these more common uses, the meaning of emal has also undergone changes due to religious, political, social and cultural beliefs. Today, an emal means “one of an kind” and this form of administratios is unique only to Islam. It is believed to be a reference to the fact that the universe and all things within it are similar in nature. In addition to this, the term is also used in Arabic and is known as “al-masnawi.”

A notable addition to the meaning of emal is “the term ’emperatri’ signifies superior, noble and beautiful woman”. In Islamic culture, a Muslim man is not allowed to marry a non-Muslim woman if she is considered as “emal”, which makes her the only “female” Muslim in his life. Although technically, a “woman” in modern society would be considered “emal” given that she belongs to a certain age group and is married, this is not always the case. For the purposes of this article, “emal” has been used to indicate Muslim women belonging to a specific age group, regardless of whether she marries or not.