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[[Image:Bismillah.svg|thumb|200px|Basmala (the Bismillah phrase)|alt=Written version of the Basmala]]
[[Image:Basmala.svg|right|thumb|200px|Basmala [[Islamic calligraphy|calligraphy]]|alt=Calligraphic version of the Basmala]]
'''Бисміллә''' ({{lang-ar|<big>بسملة</big>}} Аллаһның есімімен
'''Бисміллә''' ({{lang-ar|<big>بسملة</big>}} ''{{transl|ar|Wehr|basmala}}'') or '''Bismillah'''<ref name="W1">{{cite web|url=http://wahiduddin.net/words/bismillah.htm|title=Bismillah al rahman al rahim|last=Shelquist|first=Richard|date=2008-01-03|work=Living from the Heart|publisher=Wahiduddin|accessdate=2009-06-21}}</ref> ({{lang-ar|بسم الله}}) is an [[Arabic language|Arabic]] noun used as a collective name for the whole of the recurring [[Islamic]] phrase ''{{transl|ar|b-ismi-llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīmi}}'', It is sometimes translated as "In the name of [[God in Islam|God]], [[Rahman (name)|Most Gracious]], [[Names of God in Islam|Most Merciful]]". This phrase is recited before each [[sura]], except for the [[At-Tawba|ninth]]; according to others it constitutes the first verse of 113 suras/chapters of the [[Qur'an]], and is used in a number of contexts by Muslims. It is recited several times as part of daily prayers, and is usually the first phrase in the [[preamble]] of the [[constitution]]s of Islamic countries. It also forms the start of many dedication inscriptions on gravestones, buildings, and works of art, which go on to name the deceased or the donor.
 
'''Бисміллә''' ({{lang-ar|<big>بسملة</big>}}!-- ''{{transl|ar|Wehr|basmala}}'') or '''Bismillah'''<ref name="W1">{{cite web|url=http://wahiduddin.net/words/bismillah.htm|title=Bismillah al rahman al rahim|last=Shelquist|first=Richard|date=2008-01-03|work=Living from the Heart|publisher=Wahiduddin|accessdate=2009-06-21}}</ref> ({{lang-ar|بسم الله}}) is an [[Arabic language|Arabic]] noun used as a collective name for the whole of the recurring [[Islamic]] phrase ''{{transl|ar|b-ismi-llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīmi}}'', It is sometimes translated as "In the name of [[God in Islam|God]], [[Rahman (name)|Most Gracious]], [[Names of God in Islam|Most Merciful]]". This phrase is recited before each [[sura]], except for the [[At-Tawba|ninth]]; according to others it constitutes the first verse of 113 suras/chapters of the [[Qur'an]], and is used in a number of contexts by Muslims. It is recited several times as part of daily prayers, and is usually the first phrase in the [[preamble]] of the [[constitution]]s of Islamic countries. It also forms the start of many dedication inscriptions on gravestones, buildings, and works of art, which go on to name the deceased or the donor.
 
:{{lang|ar|بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم}}
:''{{transl|ar|DIN|bismi-llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm}}''
:In the name of [[God in Islam|God]]; [[Ar-Rahman|The Most Gracious]], [[R-Ḥ-M| the Most Merciful]].
 
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The Arab letters of the Basmala are encoded as one [[ligature (typography)|ligature]] by [[Unicode]] at codepoint U+FDFD {{script|Arab|&#xfdfd;}}
 
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