Definition of Fatima in English:

Fatima

proper noun

  • (c.ad 606–632), youngest daughter of the prophet Muhammad; wife of the fourth caliph, Ali. The descendants of Muhammad trace their lineage through her; she is revered, especially by Shiite Muslims, as the mother of the imams Hasan and Husayn.

Pronunciation:

Fatima

/ˈfadəmə/

Definition of Fátima in English:

Fátima

proper noun

  • A village in western central Portugal, northeast of Lisbon; population 8,500 (est. 2008). It became a center of Roman Catholic pilgrimage after the reported sighting there of the Virgin Mary in 1917.

Pronunciation:

Fátima

/ˈfadəmə/