What Is A Black Hole?
"Black Holes" name first comes from John Wheeler in 1969 (1)
"An object whose gravity is so strong that the escape velocity exceeds the speed of light is a black hole." (2)
Black Holes Mention In The Quran
"Can you understand Tarik? It is a star which Pierces dark"
Please Read the Explanation:
The Holy Quran defines "Tarik" with the Arabic word 'saqib' (see the ayah). The word 'Saqib' is derived from Arabic root word 'saqaba'. In Arabic dictionary (lughta-ul-Quran) saqaba means pierces dark i.e. to make a hole through something or penetrate. Therefore, the Quran says that Tarik is a star which is like a hole in it (saqib).
Holy Quran calls black holes "Tarik". If you think carefully, you can understand the universe secrets existing in The Holy Quran.