This post is part of the A to Z Challenge. My theme for the month is A to Z of words in English with an Arabic origin.
You might have most often come across titles such as Imam and Shaykh when referring to Muslim Scholars. An Imam is a Muslim spiritual leader or the person who leads the prayer in congregation in a mosque or an honorific title applied to eminent doctors of Islam, such as the founders of the orthodox schools.
One of the unique aspects about Arabic is it’s well-ordered grammatical system and derivation based morphology of words. Read more here.