Alternate transliteration: ʿAẓamallāhu wa ujūrakum  (bi muṣābinā bil Ḥusayni ʿalayhis salām).

An expression meaning ‘May Allah increase our reward and your reward [on account of our mourning for Imām al-Ḥusayn, peace be upon him]’.

Commonly stated during the observances of Muḥarram, ʿĀshūrāʾ, and Arbaʿīn to acknowledge a person’s acts of mourning for Imām al-Ḥusayn (ʿa) and his companions. The full form of the expression given in ḥadīth, which is usually only used on the day of  Āshūrāʾ, continues with a supplication to be included in those who will join the awaited Imām (ʿaj) in his quest for universal justice.