The Honorer, The Strengthener, The Glorifier
The One who gives invincible strength and honor.
The One who grants honor and power. The One who strengthens and glorifies.
The One who makes it possible for someone or something to be respected, cherished and mighty.
From the root ’-z-z which has the following classical Arabic connotations:
to be mighty, potent, strong, powerful
to be high, elevated, noble, exalted
to be honorable, noble, glorious, illustrious
to be indomitable, invincible
to be respected, cherished, dear
to be scarce, rare, precious, unattainable
The name Mu’izz is not specifically used as a Beautiful Name in the Qur’ān.
The name al-’Azīz (mighty) is also from this same ’-z-z root.
Mu’izz (honorer) is the opposite of Mudhill (dishonorer).
Mu’izz (honorer) is similar to, but much more more intensive and glorious than, Rāfi’ (uplifter).
(Also written as al-muizz, al-muiz, the honorer: ya muizz, ya muiz)
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