Attar

Attar, Attār, or Attâr may refer to:

People

*Attar Singh, Fijian trade unionist of Indian descent
*Bachir Attar, leader of Master Musicians of Jajouka
*Chaim ibn Attar (1696-1743), Moroccon rabbi, Talmudist and kabbalist
*Farid al-Din Attar (c.1142–c.1220), Iranian mystical poet
*Frank Attar, French professor and attorney
*Hajji Zayn al-Attar, 14th century Persian physician
*Muhammad Said al-Attar (born 1927), acting Prime Minister of Yemen for five months in 1994
*Najah al-Attar (born 1933), current Vice President of Syria
*Suad al-Attar (born 1942), renowned Iraqi painter
*Hazrat e Allama Maulan Muhammad Illyas Attar Qadri (born 1950), renowned Islamic Scholar and founder of Dawateislami [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dawat-e-Islami]

Fictional characters

*Attar ("Planet of the Apes"), in "Planet of the Apes", a noble ape soldier played by Michael Clarke Duncan

Other

*Attar, Madhya Pradesh, town in Madhya Pradesh, India
*Attar of roses, the essential oil extracted from the petals of various types of rose
*Attar (god), a western Semitic god.


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  • Attar — ist der Name folgender Personen: Chajim b. Mose Attar (Abenattar; 1696–1743), jüdischer Gelehrter und Kabbalist in Marokko Fariduddin Attar (1136–1220), islamischer Mystiker und persischer Dichter Timotheus Attar (1833–1891), Bischof der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Attar — Attar,   eigentlich Farid od Din Mohạmmed Attar, persischer Dichter, * bei Nischapur (Provinz Khorasan) wahrscheinlich 1142/43, ✝ ebenda um 1220; schrieb u. a. Versepen sufischer Prägung wie die »Vogelgespräche«, in denen die sieben Stufen des… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • attar — [at′ər] n. [Pers ʼ atar, fragrance < Ar ʿ uṭūr, ʿ oṭār, pl. of ʿ iṭr, perfume] an essential oil or perfume made from the petals of flowers, esp. of damask roses (attar of roses) …   English World dictionary

  • Attar — At tar, n. [Per. atar perfume, essence, Ar. itr, fr. atara to smell sweet. Cf. {Otto}.] A fragrant essential oil; esp., a volatile and highly fragrant essential oil obtained from the petals of roses. [Also written {otto} and {ottar}.] [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Attar — (ind.), so v.w. Rosenöl …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Attâr — Attâr, Ferid ud Din, einer der größten mystischen Dichter der Perser, wurde in einem Dorf bei Nischapur 1119 geboren und hochbetagt um 1230 bei Dschengis Chans Andringen getötet. Er war ursprünglich Gewürzkrämer (daher sein Beiname A.,… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Attar — Attar, soviel wie Rosenöl …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Attâr — Attâr, Ferîd eddîn, berühmter pers. Dichter, geb. zu Kerken bei Nischapur 1119, gest. 1229, unter dessen Gedichten bes. »Mantik at tair« (Vogelgespräch), hg. und übersetzt von Garcin de Tassy (1863), und »Pend Nâme« (Buch des Rats), hg. von S. de …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Attar — Attār, Rosenöl …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • ‘ATTAR — Poète persan du XIIe siècle, ‘A r fut un maître, car s’il rassemble les conceptions évoluées d’un milieu de spirituels cheminant vers le mystère divin, son but est de guider. Il décrit une expérience qui lui semble concerner la condition humaine… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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