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The Dishonorer,  The Disgracer,  The Degrader,  The Humiliator

The One whose wisdom creates situations that are low and despicable.

The One who creates the appearance of dishonor or degradation.

The One whose wisdom produces circumstances of humiliation and disgrace.

From the root dh-l-l which has the following classical Arabic connotations:

to be low, base, abject, paltry
to be vile, contemptible, despicable
to be inglorious, abased, humble
to be lowly, submissive, weak
to be tractable, easy, manageable

The name Mudhill is not specifically used as a Beautiful Name in the Qur'ān.

According to Classical Arabic definitions, Mudhill is an intensive epithet which denotes exceeding lowness or baseness.

Mudhill (dishonorer) is the opposite of Mu'izz (honorer).

Mudhill (dishonorer) is similar to, but much more intensive and unpleasant than, Khāfid (humbler).

(Also written as al mudhill, al mudill, al muthill, the Humbler: ya mudhill, ya mudill, ya muthill)