This acronym has been co-opted in recent years by followers of the Islamic faith to mean "Peace Be Upon Him" when writing about their prophet Mohammed.

The truth of its origin is known to all who have been touched by His noodly appendage to mean "Parmesan Be Upon Him" when writing about our most holy, the Flying Spaghetti Monster (PBUH).
The FSM (PBUH) stretched his noodly appendage across the sky and smote the clouds to ensure that the weather would be perfect for our outdoor strippers and beer party.
by techiedan September 28, 2011
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PBUH is an abbreviation for Piss Be Upon Him.
He was constantly at war so we all had to say PBUH, piss be upon him!
by The Moody Poet August 16, 2007
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PBUH mean Peace Be Upon Him that's it .... don't follow what the haters saying here!
god bless you
mohammed pbuh is the messenger of God
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Peace Be Upon Him for Muhammad the last prophet of Islam.
The same message that got perverted into Judaism/Christianity etc.

Islam is about peace no matter what the Islamophobes keep pushing and lying about.

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Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is the most beloved human being that has freed us from the dark ages in from Europe to Arabia and beyond.
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Commonly known as 'Peace Be Upon Him', but we all know thats a load of crap on toast! It really means 'Penis Be Up Him'
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by r4cial November 22, 2007
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Click the link. It's an abbr. of what is in that link!
by Gumba Gumba April 11, 2004
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Founder of the Muslim faith and known to Muslims as the final Prophet after Jesus (PBUH). Muhammad preached the oneness of God and was known to be a "mercy to mankind". Muhammad's purpose was to not only spread the oneness of God, but also to perfect the manners of the human being. Muslims say "peace be upon him", or type "PBUH", after his name out of respect.

Because of Islamophobia, many Westerners have strong misconceptions about Muhammad without even attempting to learn about who he was. Muhammad was deemed #1 in Michael H. Hart's book, "The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History."
Muslim's don't worship Muhammad (PBUH), but they try to follow in his footsteps to the best of their ability.
by Peaceman 101 August 28, 2010
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