Shams

Shams is the Arabic word for "sun" (شمس). The word has roots that go back to at least the time of the writing of the Epic of Gilgamesh, which references the Akkadian deity called Shamash.

The word may refer to:

Read more about Shams:  Arabic Use, English Use, See Also

Other articles related to "shams, sham":

Shams - See Also
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SMKA SHAMS
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Shamas Rehman
... Shams Rehman born in Morra Loharaan, Akalgarh in Mirpur is a Kashmiri author, activist presenter residing in Oldham, UK ... Shams gained Honours and MA in Sociology from Karachi University ... Shams is a founding member of Karvan-e-Adab, British Asian Literary Forum, Chitka, Soochan/Kashmir Insight, Kashmir National Identity Campaign Association ...
Shams Al-Din Ibn Fazl Allah - Reign
... Shams al-Din was the son of Fazl Allah and the brother of 'Abd al-Razzaq and Wajih ad-Din Mas'ud ... Shams al-Din then took control of the government ... and eventually he had so few supporters that the pro-dervish aristocrat Khwaja Shams al-Din 'Ali was able to stage a coup and force him to abdicate in 1348 ...
Ash-Shams (Egyptian Newspaper)
... Ash-Shams (Arabic الشمس‎, 'The Sun') was an Arabic-language Jewish weekly newspaper in Egypt ... Ash-Shams was established in 1934 ... The editor of ash-Shams was Saad Malki ...