Posted on 04/02/2012 by __socrates

HADI هدي
Cattle sacrificed at Makkah during the Pilgrimage, as distinguished from animals sacrificed on the Great Festival, which are called uzhiyah. These animals are branded and sent off with strings round thier necks, as offerings to the sacred temple. They may be bullocks, or camels, or sheep, or goats. (Mishkat, book xi. c. viii.)

Based on Hughes, Dictionary of Islam