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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of zayd:

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  1. - Zayd! Zayd!
  2. - Don't tell everyone, Zayd.
  3. So the Prophet () descended and gave the costume apparel to Usama bin Zayd
  4. At the market, Hakim bin Hazam (the one who originally gifted the apparel to the Prophet () ) saw Usama bin Zayd in the apparel
  5. And Hakim Bin Zayd had not yet accepted Islam at that point, so he was amazed
  6. Hakim Bin Hazam proceeded to ask Usama Bin Zayd: Who's costume apparel is this?
  7. Usama Bin Zayd replied: This is 'Thee Yazan's' costume apparel who is the King of Yemen
  8. Usama was a regular boy and his father, Zayd, a regular man and they were not rich
  9. So Hakim Bin Zayd In awe and shock by what Usama had told him left to Makkah
  10. and proceeded to tell the people of Quraysh about what Usama Bin Zayd had told him.
  11. S. Zayd Ibn Thabit (r.a.a.) when he later started to collect the Quran (during the days of S. Abu-Bakr r.a.a.)
  12. this is something that Zayd said.
  13. Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd was born in Qahafa on July 10, 1943
  14. question that will drive Nasr Abu Zayd's intellectual life)
  15. Abu Zayd described it as a harsh setback for an entire generation
  16. Nasr Abu Zayd presented a research paper that gained the admiration of Dr. Ibtihal Younes,
  17. who started to turn public opinion against Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd and those who rejected the infidelity accusing report
  18. From the mid-1990s, a new phase began in Abu Zayd's intellectual life outside of Egypt
  19. Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd began his intellectual life with political weeping
  20. Muhammad and Zayd ibn Harithah, to make them leave the city and never come back.