assalamualaykum..is Ya Rabbi and Ya Rabbhas the same meaning?magsukul

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In Arabic the word Rabb has three meanings: (i) Lord and Master; (ii) Sustainer, Provider, Supporter, Nourisher and Guardian, and (iii) Sovereign, Ruler, He Who controls and directs. God is the Rabb of the universe in all three meanings of the term

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Waalaikumusalam warahmatullah..

Yes.

Ya Rabb Ya Rabbi Ya Rabbha Ya Rabbal Alamin.

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