Definition of Avicenna in English:

Avicenna

proper noun

  • (980–1037), Persian-born Islamic philosopher and physician; Arabic name ibn-Sina. His philosophical system, drawing on Aristotle but in many ways closer to Neoplatonism, was the major influence on the development of scholasticism. His Canon of Medicine was a standard medieval medical text.

Pronunciation:

Avicenna

/ˌavɪˈsɛnə/