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The name "Muslim" comes from the Arabic word for "musician", and the word muslim literally means "musical instrument" or "musician". The name "Christian" comes from the Latin word for "witness". These words come from the Greek word "kurios" which literally means "sound" or "sound-giving thing". In this sense, the word christian is a "witness" and a "sound-giving thing" – in other words, a "music instrument". Wedding and wedding ceremony: When we speak of a wedding ceremony, we don't really mean that it is a formal ceremony, or one that is held in a church. Instead, we mean that there is a certain type of ceremony or a particular kind of service that is performed. We refer to the wedding ceremony as a "wedding ceremony". When a Christian marriage is called for, then the ceremony itself, and not its purpose, becomes the focus of the wedding. An important point to remember is that when we use the word "wedding" we are using the word in a generic sense; we're talking about a particular type of ceremony, as in: a formal, religious ceremony, in which one of the two participants (husband and wife) wears a specific type of wedding dress. In other words, a wedding ceremony is a set of events and instructions, that serve as a guideline for the ceremony of a wedding. There are other terms for such a formal wedding, including a wedding reception, a wedding dinner, a "wedding reception" or "wedding reception" (for a Jewish or Muslim wedding), a "wedding night" and "wedding dinner". There are also many more formal names that could be used, such as "a wedding" or "a wedding celebration". The terms "wedding" and "wedding reception" have a specific meaning, not something we can use in everyday usage (and even less often than the others) when we talk about weddings. We can't even use "wedding" for weddings, for example, or any term that could be used to describe a wedding ceremony. We can, however, refer to the ceremony, in terms that are appropriate for this type of ceremony, such as a wedding reception. When it comes to the terms "wedding", "wedding reception" and "wedding dinner" in wedding ceremonies, there is one important difference between the two terms. In wedding receptions, the ceremony is called a wedding reception, and the wedding is performed by a bride and groom. They don't "wedd" in the sense of marrying each other. In a wedding reception, the marriage ceremony is held during the evening of the reception (which, for most Muslims, is the night of the wedding). The bride and groom stand up on a chair with the bride in front of the couple and the groom on the left side of the room. The couple then hold hands and say their vows, with the groom saying, "We, the groom and the bride, do declare and swear, by Allah's grace and mercy, to be married and to be united in this life, and to have a blessed future together; and to give a generous and just thanksgiving and good will, to the Lord of the Worlds, who hath created all things in justice. (Shafi'i, Kitab al-Hadith, Book 6, Number 954)" The groom then proceeds to place his hand over the bride's and say, "This is my wife, and this is her husband, and this is the family from which we were begotten." The bride, while holding onto his hand, says, "We, too, give thanks to Allah as the One who created us, and to our parents, and to the relatives who love us, and to Allah our Lord, Who hath blessed us with this marriage.