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The ninth month of the Muslim year, during which strict fasting is observed from sunrise to sunset.
- ‘He acknowledged that beef was usually more expensive ahead of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadhan.’
- ‘It just so happened that my trip coincided with the holy month of Ramadan.’
- ‘Because of kidney trouble, my mother cannot observe Fast during the month of Ramadan.’
- ‘They also brought food for victims to break their fast as the third day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan came to a close.’
- ‘Coming out of the month of Ramadan and into Hajj, you need to quickly get your body in shape.’
- ‘Muslims are required to fast during Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.’
- ‘Muslims around the world participate in Ramadan every ninth lunar month of the Islamic calendar.’
- ‘It also came a day ahead of the expected start of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.’
- ‘Muslims are fasting for Ramadan for a month and this week-end it will end with Eid.’
- ‘She came up with a suggestion that they take a holiday from cooking during the entire month of Ramadan.’
- ‘He's also a Muslim, currently observing Ramadan, but fanatical only about sports.’
- ‘During the month of Ramadan, observant Muslims fast from sunrise until sunset.’
- ‘He contended they died because their fasting during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan had weakened them.’
- ‘Counting resumed yesterday after pausing on Friday for the beginning of Ramadan, the Muslim fasting month.’
- ‘November 17 marked the first day of the holy month of Ramadan for Muslim students on campus.’
- ‘The campaign has been held back until after the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which will end this week.’
- ‘During Ramadan, Muslims must abstain from drinking, eating and sex from sunrise to sunset.’
- ‘During Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain completely from food and drink during daylight hours.’
- ‘For Monday marked the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, and from now on, life in Bangladesh begins when the sun goes down.’
- ‘During the month of Ramadan, Muslims refrain from food and drink during the daylight hours.’
From Arabic ramaḍān, from ramaḍa be hot The lunar reckoning of the Muslim calendar brings the fast eleven days earlier each year, eventually causing Ramadan to occur in any season; originally it was supposed to be in one of the hot months.
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