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Maymuna bint al-Harith (Arabic: ميمونه بنت الحارث (c. 594 – 674) was a wife of Muhammad.
Her original name was Burrah, but Muhammad changed it to Maymuna.
Her half-sisters, Asma bint Umays and Salma bint Umays, later married Abu Bakr and Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib. Her full sisters were Lubaba and Izza.
She married Muhammad when he was 60 years old and she was 36, placing the marriage in 630. Zaynab bint Khuzayma, the previous wife of Muhammad who had died earlier, was her half-sister.
Marriage to Muhammad 
She dedicated herself to him and following the Qur'an. She lived with Muhammad for three years until his death. According to the book, "The Wives of the Messenger of Allah" by Muhammad Swaleh Awadh, she died during the caliphate of Muawiya. She died at the age of 80.
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