An Arabic expression of relief, meaning "Praise God", and it is commonly uttered when achieving something out of hardship or basically what one finds approving. It is equivalent to the word usage 'Hallelujah.'
After all the hardship I've gone through in studying as a scholarship student with a part-time job to earn my living, I have finally graduated with honours. Alhamdulillah!
by MarioConnor October 9, 2007
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"Alhamdulillah" or الحمدلله means "All praise is due to Allah". "Allah" is The God,the one and only. When Muslims want to express gratitude,they often utter this statement.
Blake: "How have you been Shawn?"

Shawn:"I have been well Alhamdulillah. How about you?"

Blake:" That's great to hear. Alhamdulillah Allah kept me well."
by Modest88 February 19, 2021
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