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- solihin comes from a root arabic word 'salahin' meaning beloved disciple of Mohammad the Prophet of the Religion of Islam. In the Christian religion, the equivalent would be 'disciple of Jesus Christ'. This particular spelling, 'solihin' is as used in Malaysia and Indonesia as apposed to the Arabic Middle East. The word 'solihin' can be used as a noun, or as a proper noun or name of a person, eg. Solihin Sajid.
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