Al-Quran Surah 94. Al-Sharh, Ayah 4

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وَرَفَعْنَا لَكَ ذِكْرَكَ

Asad : And [have We not] raised thee high in dignity?3
Malik : and exalted your fame?
Mustafa Khattab :

and elevated your renown for you?1

Pickthall : And exalted thy fame?
Yusuf Ali : And raised high the esteem (in which) thou (art held)? 6190
Transliteration : WarafaAAna laka thikraka
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Asad 3 Or: "raised high thy renown". The primary meaning of the term dhikr is "reminder" or "remembrance"; and, secondarily, "that by which something [or "someone"] is remembered", i.e., with praise: hence, it signifies "fame" or "renown", and, tropically - as in the present context - "eminence" or "dignity".

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Yusuf Ali 6190 The Prophet's virtues, the magnanimity of his character, and his love for mankind were fully recognised even in his lifetime, and his name stands highest among the heroic leaders of mankind. The phrase used here is more comprehensive in meaning than that used for various prophets in xxxvii. 119 etc.; "We left this blessing for them among generations to come in later times".
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 The Prophet’s name is always mentioned in the call to prayer, along with Allah’s Name. Close to the end of each of the five daily prayers, worshippers invoke Allah’s blessings upon the Prophet (ﷺ) and his family. When someone reverts to Islam, they testify that Allah is their Lord and Muḥammad is His Messenger. Muslims, even those who are not practicing, love the Prophet (ﷺ) and many name their children after him.