Surah 75: Al-Qiyamah                                       236                                         Part: 296309    sco...
Š6313    shone forth, brightened                     Š ÇÈ                                                   Âè ¢          ...
Surahs 76-77: Ad-Dahr, Al-Mursalaat                 237                                        Part: 29          ^ŽÂÿ ó¦É ...
Surahs 78-79: An-Naba, An-Naziaat               238                                       Part: 306374   place to draw tog...
Surah 80: Abasa                                239                                        Part: 306405   to loose knot,   ...
Surahs 81-83: At-Takweer, ...                      240                                       Part: 306439    herbage, fodd...
Surahs 84-86: Al-Inshiqaaq, ..                      241                                       Part: 306467    they give le...
Surahs 87-89: Al-Aalaa, ..                      242                                            Part: 30       ap. gushing ...
Ž¦È È6505                                                       6520   silken carpet          ^  ôߊ˜’ó¦É È°              ...
Surahs 90-91: Al-Balad, Ash-Shams               243                                        Part: 306527   odd (numbers suc...
Š6533   scourge, disaster                  ¶Ç                                          Æ 6534   you dont urge,            È
– ¢Š                                  À Ó ¸« ó            6549    of hunger, hungry          ¨ È ÌÄÊ                      ...
Surahs 92-95: Al-Layl, ..                            244                                                Part: 306558    de...
ó¦É È°               Ô ¨ Ç                   `              The Glorious                                                  ...
Surahs 96-100: Al-Alaq, ..                                 245                                           Part: 30         ...
¨ ¦ ÂË                                                                  6594    best of the creatures         	 Ž ’ó¦    ...
Surah 101: Al-Qariah                               246                                          Part: 306605    pl. fg. ra...
É                                                                                                            ÷¢       Sura...
Surahs 102-103: At-Takathur, Al-Asr               247                                            Part: 30                 ...
Surahs 104-105: Al-Humazah, Al-Feel                  248                                              Part: 30            ...
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  1. 1. Surah 75: Al-Qiyamah 236 Part: 296309 scowled, ÂÈ¥ 6323a tips of fingers À ü¥ Æ ¢ showed displeasure, glared 6324 dazed, confounded È Ž ¼Â¥6310 pv. derived from old Šš ¯ 6325 eclipsed, darkened, buried æÈ»6311 xg. scorching, shriveling ¨· ó ˆ ¦ Š in darkness6312 nineteen  Š È Ìß ¨à « 6326 place to flee to, refuge Âè÷
  2. 2. Š6313 shone forth, brightened Š ÇÈ Âè ¢ 6327 no refuge, no safety Ì°È È ¢Š ±Â ó6314 held in pledge ¨ü ÿ° ˆ È 6328 excuses, pleas  ¯ à÷ Ê ¢ 6315 we enter in vain discourse É û µ¼ 6329 fg. radiant, resplendent, ¨ ¢ ÂÓ û6316 those who talk vanities ¢ ú ԟ » beam in brightness and beauty with vain talkers 6330 fg. sad, dismal, despondent ¨ ¢ ÂÇ ¥6317 pl. asses, donkeys (sr.: °¢ ) ø· Âø· overcast with despair 6331 fg. waist-breaking [matter] ¨ ¢Š Âë ç6318 fg. frightened, wild ¨ èü¬È  ÷ i.e., great calamity or disaster6319 fg. fled Ì© Š Âç 6332 throat, collar bone ë « ¦ 6320 lion ¨È Ȋ ° ë 6333 ap. wizard, enchanter ¼¦È ° à ’ìó¦Œ ÿÈ ¬ ò¢ ªM ’óÊ è¬ ¦ ¦6321 Fount of all 6334 fg. entangled, God-consciousness joined with another6322 Fount of ¨ ä ’ó¦Œ ÿÈ Âè ø ò ¢ 6335 shank, lower part of leg ¼¢ Ç all forgiveness 6336 vn. to drive, driving ¼¢ È÷ ÌÄ M¦ È È ¢  Ä ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯¯ 29th Part 3/4 Àó ½° ¦« ³ 6337 arrogantly, conceitedly M Øø¬ ^ ¨÷¢ ì’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6338 woe, nearer (to doom) DÌÂÈ ¢ The Resurrection 6339 uncontrolled, à ¾Ç Surah 75: Al-Qiyamah without purpose 6340 pv. emitted, gushed forth Xø 6323 xg. fg. accusing, reproaching ¨÷ ó ˆ ¦ Š
  3. 3. Surahs 76-77: Ad-Dahr, Al-Mursalaat 237 Part: 29 ^ŽÂÿ ó¦É È° ¾ ¨ Ç ` 6358 glasses, crystals ¦ Ê ¦ Š  ° ë The Time 6359 measure ¦ ’ì ¾ « Surah 76: Ad-Dahr 6360 ginger ¦´ ± † Ž ûÈ6341 long / endless period of time ® ÿÈ 6361 name of a fountain ¦È Ç † Ž ’ô ¦Å Œ ’À÷ °ï in heaven6342 pp. remembered, mentioned 6362 pp. scattered, ¦Å Œü÷ ° ° «¢ ÷È Ì¢ unstrung [pearls]6343 mingled 6363 frame, make  ¢ ÇÈ6344 chains ò ¢Š Ç ôÇ6345 shackles, collars, yokes ¾¢Š ’ãÈ ô¢ ^Ê©¢ŠôÇ ’ó¦É È° ø ¨ Ç `6346 admixture «¦ Ä÷ Those Sent Forth Surah 77: Al-Mursalaat6347 wide spreading ¦ Ø¬È Â ÷6348 captive ¦ È Â Ç¢ 6364 fg. those sent (winds) ©¢Š  ôÇ ÷6349 frowning ¢ ß Ç ¦ 6365 one after another, goodness ¢†  çß6350 distressful ¦ Ž Š øŠ  ÂØ ë 6366 storming ¢† Ð è ß6351 pleasure, joy ¦Å Ì ° ÂÇ 6367 separation ¢† Š ëç6352 (heat of) sun ¢ ø ÈË 6368 fg. those who Ê ¢ì’ô © ÷6353 bitter cold ¦ Ž ÷È Â ± 6369 pv. fg. dimmed, put out ªÈøŒ ×6354 lowered ones, ¨Ž¦È û ® 6370 pv. fg. rent asunder, cleft ª³ÂŒ Žç close upon, near 6371 pv. fg. blown away, ªŠ Ê èÈû6355 bunches of fruits »Œ Œ Øë scattered to wind as dust6356 within reach, lowered ó « † ’À 6372 pv. fg. brought unto ªOÉ ¬ë¢ appointed time6357 vessels, goblets ¨Ž ¦ û ¦ 6373 pv. fg. deferred, set ªŠ É ô³¢
  4. 4. Surahs 78-79: An-Naba, An-Naziaat 238 Part: 306374 place to draw together, ¢¢Š « èï 6389 dazzling, blazing ¢ ¢ È ³ ÿ receptacle that holds within itself 6390 rainy clouds ©¦ Ðà  ÷6375 lofty, high, tall © ¼÷ Ë Æ ¢ ¢ 6391 xg. abundantly ¢ ¢ Š ³ ´¯6376 sweet (water) ¢¦ Œ « Âç 6392 dense, of thick foliage ¢† ¢Š ’óÈ çè¢6377 im. pl. be gone, depart ¦Œ ôØûÊ ì Š ¦ 6393 mirage ¢¦ ¥ ÂÇ6378 three ¤à Ê ¢Š Š ‰ Ë ª ô¯ 6394 place of ambush ®¢  Ï÷ branches / columns, three fold resort, destination ¢ ¢ ¥ ÷ ¦ ò Š ¢Š ôÛ ó 63956379 will not shade dwellers, those who abide Ž¢Š ú °¥ ó ¤ó Š 63966380 flame, blaze for ages ¢¢Š ·È ¥ì ¢  ÷« 63976381 fg. throws dark murky fluid, [pus] ¢† ¢ Š ë Èã °ÂË Æ 63986382 sparks proportioned, fitting ¢† ¢Š Ê ë ç ªó ø³ Š¢ Ž 63996383 (a string of) camels, marching camels 6400 gardens ê ¦ Ÿ ¾·6384 yellow ’è Ï (sr.: ¨ì ¾· ˆ Š )  Ä ` öß ³ 6401 full, brimming over, ¢† ¢ Ê ë ÿ® ^ Part :30 overflowing ¢¦ ¥ Ï ˜¦ó¦É È° ^ ü ¨ Ç ` 6402 right The (Great) News Surah 78: An-Nabaa ^Ê©¢ßʱ¢ó¦É È° ü ¨ Ç ` Those Who Tear Out6385 about what? concerning what? öß Surah 79: An-Naziaat6386 sleep ¿û Æ 6403 ap. those who drag forth ©¢ Ê ¢ ß± û6387 repose, rest ¢¢ « ¦Ç 6404 submerging ¢† Š ëã6388 covering, cloak ¢ ¢ Ç ¦ó
  5. 5. Surah 80: Abasa 239 Part: 306405 to loose knot, ¢† Ì Ø û what have you got to do with? to release (gently) 6424 an evening ¨Ìß ˆ 6406 float, glide, [swim] ¢ ¦ ¸Ç 6425 a morning of it ¢ ¢ ÿ ¸Ó6407 to press forward / ¢† ¦ ìÇ (that follows the evening) speed [as in a race] ^ƦßÉ È° ¨ Ç `6408 the quaking one ¨è³ ° ˆ Š Ž ¦È (He) Frowned6409 fg. happens after, follows ¦¬« Þ Surah 80: Abasa6410 fg. the one that follows after ¨Š Ê ¦È ç® ° 6426 you pay regard / à ¾Ð« whole attention6411 throbbing, ¨è³  ˆ Š Ž ¦È 6427 you neglect / disregard Š ô« beating painfully6412 those who are restored / È ÌÂÉ ÌÂÉ Â À®®÷ 6428 hands of scribes ¨ Š Ä È ÂèÇ ¾ ¢ returned 6429 noble Ç ¦ ¿ Âï first state, former state ¨ ¢ Âç · ¨È °Â¥6413 6430 virtuous, righteous decayed, rotten, crumbled ¨ ¼û ò¬Œ Š ë6414 6431 pv. is destroyed,6415 open surface ¨ ¢ Âÿ Ç perished, woe to6416 height, canopy ø îÇ 6432 How ungrateful (he is)? Á Š ’ïÈ¢ Âè ¢ ÷ What has made (him)6417 made dark, Š ’ãÈ ÊØ ¢ reject Allah? covered with darkness 6433 put in grave ’ëÈ Â¦ ¢6418 sunrise, morning ¸Ó 6434 not fulfilled, Ž ’ì¢ Š Ò øó6419 spread it out, stretched it out ¢ ¢ È ÿ ·® did not perform6420 pasturage ß ÷ 6435 pour forth, pouring ¢ ¦Ï6421 set firm, fixed firmly ÇÌ°È ¢ 6436 cleaving ¢ ìË6422 grand calamity, great disaster ¨ ¢Š ÷× 6437 vegetables, vegetation ¢ÔŠ ¦ ë6423 how could you be ûÈ ª¢ öç 6438 dense, thick ¢’ôŒ ¦ã concerned with?
  6. 6. Surahs 81-83: At-Takweer, ... 240 Part: 306439 herbage, fodder ¢È ¥¢ 6455 breathed M Æèü«6440 deafening cry / noise ¨ – »Ï 6456 held in honor, of high rank ú ð÷6441 laughing ¨ð· Ó ˆ Š ¢ 6457 pp. one who is obeyed ¸¢Š Ø÷6442 rejoicing ¨ ̦¬È  ÷ 6458 there ö¯ Š 6459 unwilling to give, úŽ Ž üÔ¥ ^ŽÂŽ’ðó¦É È° ¬ ¨ Ç ` withhold grudgingly The Folding Up Surah 81: At-Takweer Ê°¢ŠØ èû ¢’ó¦É È° ^ ¨ Ç ` The Cleaving Asunder6443 pv. fg. is folded up, Ì©È Œ °ï Surah 82: Al-Infitaar is wound round 6460 dispersed, scattered Ì© ŠûÊ Â°¬ ¦ fg. fall, losing the luster Ì©È Š ûÊ °¾ð ¦ Ì©Â Œ ´ç6444 6461 burst forth she-camels which ° Ìß Æ ¢ Ì©Â°à ¥6445 6462 overturned, ransacked are ten-months-pregnant6446 pv. fg. left unattended, ªŠ O ôØß 30th Part 1/4 öß ³  Ä Þ¥° abandoned Ì©Â ´Ç ^úèO Øø’ó¦É È° ` èŠ ¨ Ç6447 pv. fg. be filled, boil over with a swell6448 pv. fg. paired, united ª ÂÉ ³O ± Dealing In Fraud Surah 83: Al-Mutaffifeen6449 female (child) buried alive ¨È É ® ÷ 6463 those who give less in èO Ø ú èŠ ÷6450 pv. fg. stripped off, ªØ̌ Š ï measure and weight / defraud torn away 6464 they demanded / received by ¦Œ¢’ï¦ ó¬6451 that recedes Æ ü» measure6452 swiftly moving °¦ ’ó¦ ´ 6465 they take full measure È Œ È À ç ¬6453 hiding ƌ üï 6466 they gave by measure ¦Œ¢Š óï6454 departing, dissipating È Æà ß (to others)
  7. 7. Surahs 84-86: Al-Inshiqaaq, .. 241 Part: 306467 they give less È ÌÂ Ê ¼ À ÂÈ 6483 fg. needed (to do so) ªM ì·6468 pp. written ¿ë Æ Œ Â÷ 6484 fg. stretched out, spread out Ì© ¾÷6469 rusted , stained È ¦È À° 6485 fg. become empty ªM ô¼«6470 those who are È ¸÷ À ¥ ´ 6486 toiling, working ¬® ï Æ Ê ¢Š covered / veiled 6487 to toil, to work ¢ ¾Š · ï6471 pure drink (wine) ê È ·° 6488 shall never return È úŠ °¸ ó6472 pp. is sealed ¿¬ Æ ¼÷ 6489 afterglow of sunset êèË Š6473 seal ¿ ¬» Æ ¢ 6490 brought together È êÇÂ6474 musk î ÷ È 6491 became full ¦ êÈ«6475 those who have È ¢ À Èç ü¬÷ aspirations, those who hasten 6492 they hide in chest, they À ß earnestly to the obedience of Allah gather (of good and bad deeds)6476 name of a spring öŽÈ ü « (vn.:  à¦ Æ ¢ Ê) in the Heaven6477 they wink / È Ì ÷¢ À Ä ä¬ ^ Ê«Ì ’ó¦É È° ¦ ¨ Ç ` signal with eyes (in mockery) The Zodiacal Signs6478 jesting, joking úŽ Š ðç Surah 85: Al-Burooj6479 what? is? are? ’ò ÿ 6493 pits, ditches ®¾ ¢ Æ Ì »É6480 pv. are rewarded / paid back È Œ §¯ 6494 those seated ® Œ àë 6495 ap. xg. full of loving kindness ® ®Â Æ ÌÂÉ È ^ʼ¢Šì Ìû ¢’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` ^ʼʰ¢M ó¦É È° Ø ¨ Ç ` The Rending Asunder The Night-Visitant Surah 84: Al-Inshiqaaq Surah 86: At-Taariq6481 fg. split ªM ûÊ ìÌ ¦ 6496 nightly visitor, ¼Ê ¢Š °×6482 fg. listened ªÊ È û¯ ¢ (star) coming at night
  8. 8. Surahs 87-89: Al-Aalaa, .. 242 Part: 30 ap. gushing ê ¦È ç® ¨ ¢Š Ë ã6497 6512 ap. fg. enveloping,6498 loins, backbone ¤’ô Ï overwhelming6499 chest-bones, ribs ¤ ¦ Ÿ « 6513 ap. fg. weary, fatigued ¨ ¢ ¦Ï û6500 pv. will be tested / searched out ô¦ « 6514 ap. fg. boiling ¨Ž ¦ û¦6501 secrets Ÿ ¦  ÂÇ 6515 bitter thorn-fruit Þ ÂÓ Ž 6502 the one that returns Ž ³ ó¦É ¦È Þ Â ©¯ 6516 shall not nourish / øÈ¢Š ú ó (the rain) give strength6503 the one that splits/ Ê ¾ ó¦É ¦È ¸ Ð ©¯ 6517 pp. fg. placed, set ¨ ß Ó ÷ opens out 6518 cushions É °¢ ¼Ê øû amusement, pleasantry ¾ÿ Æ Ä ¨ç è ˆ Š Œ Ð÷6504 6519 pp. fg. set in rows, ranged for a little while ¦ ÂÉ ¾È° ¥ °±
  9. 9. Ž¦È È6505 6520 silken carpet ^ ôߊ˜’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6521 pp. fg. those spread out ¨ŠŒ¦÷ ¯ ° The Most High 6522 pv. are set up, ª¦Ð û Surah 87: Al-Aala fixed firm rooted ª¸Ø Ç ß ÷ 6523 pv. fg. is spread out6506 pasturage ÂØ ÷ Ð  –Š Œ °ã 6524 warden6507 stubble, dry grass §¢Ê ¤ à ·È ¢ ¦ 6525 return6508 dusky, rust-brown, swarthy6509 avoids, shuns ´¬ ¤ü 30th Part 1/2 öß  Ä ³ æÐû ìËÈ ¢ ŽÂ´Šè’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç6510 more wretched, unfortunate ^ `6511 enters, shall roast ôÐ The Dawn ^ ¨ Ë¢ä’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` Surah 89: Al-Fajr The Overwhelming Event 6526 even (number such as 2,4,6,8) ÞË ’è Surah 88: Al-Ghashiyah
  10. 10. Surahs 90-91: Al-Balad, Ash-Shams 243 Part: 306527 odd (numbers such as 1,3,5,9) Â«È Â 6542 someone put in Š ¾¦ï6528 those who ´ ÌÄÊ · ¯ toiling struggle understand / have sense 6543 abundant ¦ ¦Œ ¾ó6529 name of a nation ÈÈÊ ¿°¤ 6544 dl. two lips úŠè ¬ Ë6530 having pillars, ®¢ ’ó¦Ê ¦È øà © ¯ 6545 dl. two highways ú ´ ¾ û possessing lofty columns 6546 did not attempt / hasten ’릢Š ö¸¬ ó6531 they hewed / cut out ¦¢ ¥³ 6547 ascent, steep up-hill road ¨¦ìß ˆ Š 6532 poured down, inflicted ¤Ï 6548 freeing îç
  11. 11. Š6533 scourge, disaster ¶Ç Æ 6534 you dont urge, È
  12. 12. – ¢Š À Ó ¸« ó 6549 of hunger, hungry ¨ È ÌÄÊ ¦ä ÷ ¯ one another you dont encourage one another 6550 of kin, of relationship ¨ ’ì ¦È ¥Â ÷ ¯6535 inheritance, heritage ª¦ « 6551 of dust, (lying low) ¨ ¬ ¦È ¥Â ÷ ¯6536 devour greedily ¢ M† ’ïÈ øó ¢ in dust 6552 closing around, ¨ Ϛ ¾ ÷6537 love exceedingly, ¢ ¢ ø³ ¦· vaulted over boundless love6538 pv. would be brought, È Ä–Ž   ³ ^ŽÆø ó¦É È° Ì ¨ Ç ` is brought The Sun6539 to bind È ¢ŠÈ ¼ ¯Â Surah 91: Ash-Shams6540 satisfied, at peace ¨ ’Ø ü ø ÷ 6553 followed her ¢ ¢Š ÿ ô« ^ ¾Šô¦’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6554 showed up light  ô³ The City 6555 spread, expanse ¸Š × Surah 90: Al-Balad 6556 corrupted, buried È Ç®6541 inhabitant, not prohibited, ò K· 6557 drink ’ì Ç free to do
  13. 13. Surahs 92-95: Al-Layl, .. 244 Part: 306558 destroyed, doomed, crushed È ÷È ¿¾ ® 6571 ni. do not be harsh /  ’좊 « ó6559 sequel, consequence R’ì ß oppress / coerce 6572 ni. do not chide / repulse  ü¢Š « ó ŽòMó¦É È° ^ ô ¨ Ç ` 6573 im. proclaim, speak ̪ ¾· The Night Surah 92: Al-Layl ̬ ó¦É È° ^ Ì ¨ Ç ` The Expansion6560 diverse, dispersed ¬Ë Surah 94: As-Sharh à ÂÈ ß ¦ hardship, adversity ú ¢à È ß ü ÓÂ6561 6574 We removed / took off perished, fell headlong, ÃË ® « Š ûÈ Òì ¢6562 6575 galled, weighed went down [to grave] down heavily blazing fiercely  Š Üô« È Š ½Â Û6563 6576 your back most wretched, unfortunate ìËÈ ¢ ¤ ûÊ Ð¦6564 6577 im. labor hard,6565 most pious, God-conscious ì«È ¢ toil [for worship] 6578 im. turn with love ¤Š Ì°Ê ã¦ ^¸
  14. 14. ó¦É È° Ô ¨ Ç ` The Glorious Žúó¦É È° ^ ¬ ¨ Ç ` Morning Light The Fig Surah 93: Adh-Dhuha Surah 95: At-Teen6566 brightness of morning ¸ Ó 6579 fig ú «6567 grew still and dark ´ Ç 6580 stature, conformation, mold öŽ ’ì «6568 have not forsaken È M È ¢ ¸®Â ÷ 6581 lower òŠ ÇÈ è ¢6569 not displeased ôŠ ¢ ë ÷ 6582 pl. those who are low ú ¢ ôç Ç6570 destitute, in need Ÿ ß † ¢
  15. 15. Surahs 96-100: Al-Alaq, .. 245 Part: 30 ŽêŠôà’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç depart ^ ` 6592 straight, right, correct ¨øë ˆ Š The Leech-like Clot Surah 96: Al-Alaq 6593 worst of the creatures Ž ’ó¦
  16. 16. ¨ ¦ ÂË 6594 best of the creatures Ž ’ó¦ ¨ ¦  »6583 clot [of blood] Š êôß6584 the most bountiful ¿ ’ïŠ’ó¦  ˜ ʾ¦Ä’óŽÄ’ó¦É È° ^ ¨ Ç `6585 return à³É ° The Convulsion Surah 99: Al-Zilzaal6586 we will drag along ¢ Š È àè û6587 forelock, forehead ¨ ¢ Ï û 6595 quake, shaking, convulsion ¾¦ ’óÊ Ä±6588 council, assembly È Ê ¢ Ä® û 6596 what has happened to her? ¢ Š¢ ó÷6589 angels of punishment, ¨Ž¢È û ¥± 6597 speaks out, recounts, É ª¾¸« forces of heavenly chastisement relates 6598 issue forth, proceed É Ð °¾ ^ Ê°¾Šì’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6599 scattered groups, ¢¢ËÈ «¬ ¢ cut off from one another The Night of Power (honour) ^Ê©¢Ê®¢à’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` Surah 97: Al-Qadr Those That Run Surah 100: Al-Adiyat6590 night of power / destiny Ê ¾Š ’ó¦Œ ôŠ ° ì ¨Š ó 6600 pl. running ©¢Ê ¢ ® ß 3/4 ¢ ¦ ¸Ó öß  Ä ¸¢¥°¦ ³ ¨¯ ¯ 30th Part 6601 vn. panting, snorting ^ ¨ü¦’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6602 those who strike sparks ©¢Ê ° ÷ [with their iron -shoes] The Clear Evidence Surah 98: Al-Bayyinah 6603 tramp of a horse-foot ¢ ¾Š · ë 6604 those raiding ©¦ ä  ÷6591 those who abandon / úO Š ü ðè ÷
  17. 17. Surah 101: Al-Qariah 246 Part: 306605 pl. fg. raised È ÂŠÈ À ¯¢ 6612 moths ³¦ Š Âç6606 clouds of dust ¢ ’ì àû 6613 pp. be scattered ªŒ¦÷ °6607 pl. fg. stormed into ’Ø È ú Ç 6613a will be É Œ « Àð6608 ungrateful, ingrate ®ï üŠ 6613b mountains É ¢Ž ¾ ¦³6609 pv. is raised and brought out Â°à ¥ 6613c wool Ž úß6610 pv. is brought [to light] ò Š з 6614 pp. carded [wool] ³Œ ü÷ èFROM THIS SURAH ONWARDS, 6614a but ¢ È ÷¢MEANINGS OF ALMOST ALL THEWORDS OF EACH SURAH, WHICH 6614b whose ú ÷ARE RECITED DAILY, AREPROVIDED. THE TRANSLATION OFTHE SURAHS IS ALSO GIVEN SO 6614c heavy ªôŒ ¯Š Šì Ê ¦ ú ± ÷THAT YOU DONT HAVE TO LOOKFOR ONE WHILE MEMORIZING THE 6614d scalesMEANINGS OF THESE SURAHS. 6614e pleasant life ¦M ¨Ó ° ¨Ì ß ^ ¨ßÊ°¢Šì’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6614f light ªM è» The Day of Clamour 6615 his abode (mother: ¿¢ K É)  þ
  18. 18. É ÷¢ Surah 101: Al-Qariah 6615a abyss ¨Âÿ ˆ Ê ¢ ¨ Ê ¢Š ’ó¦ ß° ì ’¨ ¢ ÿ ÷6611 ap. fg. the sudden calamity 6615b what she is ¢ ÷ ¨ ¢ Æ ¢ ÷ · ° û6611a what 6616 raging / blazing fire È °Ì®È–÷ ½ ¢ ¦6611b what will The (day of) clamor: What is the (day of) explain to you clamor? And what will explain to you what6611c day È ¿ the (day of) clamor is? (It is) a day where on men will be like moths scattered about, And the mountains will be like carded wool.6611d will be É Œ À ð Then, he whose balance (of good deeds) will be (found) heavy, Will be in a life of good Ê ¢ ²û pleasure and satisfaction. But he whose6611e mankind, men balance (of good deeds) will be (found) light, - Will have his home in a (bottomless) pit.6611f like È ½ And what will explain to you what this is? (It is) a fire blazing fiercely!
  19. 19. Surahs 102-103: At-Takathur, Al-Asr 247 Part: 30 more serious things), Until you visit the graves. But nay, you soon shall know (the ^ŽÂŒ¯¢Šðó¦É È° ¬ ¨ Ç ` reality). Again, you soon shall know! Nay, were you to know with certainty of mind, (You would beware!). You shall certainly The Piling Up see Hell-fire! Again, you shall see it with certainty of sight! Then, shall you be Surah 102: At-Takathur questioned that day about the joy! (you indulged in!)6617 diverted, distracted ’óÈ ¢6618 (greed for) more and more Œ¢Š ¯ 𫠎ÂÐà’ó¦É È° ^ ¨ Ç ` Time Through the Ages6618a until ¬· Surah 103: Al-Asr6619 you visited / reached öÌ°É «± 6621 by (particle used È Â6620 graves Ž¢Š ¥ ì÷ for swearing, for e.g., by God)6620a nay ¢M Š ôï 6622 [flight of] time, ÂÐ ß È »Ç declining day6620b soon 6622a man È ¢ ûÊ ÀȤ6620c you will know then È ôà« À øŠ 6622b in Š èó6620d but (again) ö¯ Œ 6622c a state of loss ÂÈ ‰ »6620e if, would that Š ó 6622d except, save ¢MÊ ó¤6620f knowledge ’ô öß ¦÷ ¦ ü ¦ 6622e (those) who believe6620g you will behold (see) È Ì À « 6622f do ¦Œ øß ô 6620h hell ö ¸³ 6622g good (works) Ê ¢ ¢ © ¸ó Ï6620i vision ú ß 6623 they exhort / enjoin upon ¦ Ï «6620j you will be asked úôŠ « Œ  È one another6620k that day À ÷ 6623a truth ê· 6620l pleasure Ž ö àû 6623b endurance, patience Ž ¦ ÂÏ By the time, Verily Man is in loss, Except those The mutual rivalry for piling up (the good who have faith, and do righteous deeds, and things of this world) diverts you (from the (join together) in the mutual enjoining of truth, and of patience and constancy.
  20. 20. Surahs 104-105: Al-Humazah, Al-Feel 248 Part: 30 6630 fg. rises over, leaps up over ôM « Þ Ø ^ʨÄø ’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` 6631 hearts ¨ ’çÈ ¾  ¢ The Scandal-Monger Surah 104: Al-Humazah (sr.: ® šç Æ ¦ Œ ) 6631a closed ¨ ÷ Æ ¾Ïš6623a every, all òï OŒ 6631b columns ¾øß6624 scandal-monger, slanderer ¨ ø Ä ÿ 6632 pp. outstretched, endless ¨È ®¾ø÷6625 backbiter, fault-finder, traducer ¨ øŒ Ä ó Woe to every (kind of) sandal-monger and6625a gathered Þø³ backbiter, Who piles up wealth and lays it by, Thinking that his wealth would make him last È ®¾ß forever! By no means! He will be sure to be6625b counted thrown into that which breaks to pieces. And what will explain to you that which breaks to6625c thinks ȸ ¤ pieces? (It is) the Fire of Allah kindled (to a blaze), That which does mount (right) to the hearts. It shall be made into a vault over them,6625d that À¢ MÈ In columns outstretched.6626 made him live forever Š »È ¾ô ¢ ^ Žò è’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç `6626a nay ¢M Š ôï The Elephant6626b verily, surely È ¾ Surah 105: Al-Feel6627 pv. be thrown, flung ÀÀ¦ M Š ü 6632a you have seen Ä ¦ °
  21. 21. «6628 crushing (torment), ¨ Š øØ· 6632b how Š æ ï which breaks (others) to pieces 6632c dealt with Š Š òàç Ã°Ì®È ¢ ¦ ¾ ¸ »
  22. 22. 6628a convey 6632d owners, Ê ¢ ÏÈ §¸ ¢ È °Ì®È– ½ ¢÷ ¦ § ¬ ´
  23. 23. 6628b Ah, what will companions convey unto you companions of the Ž ’ó¦É ¢ ÏÈ ò è § ¸ ¢ ¢ ÷ 66336628c what elephants6629 pp. kindled ¨ Š ¾ë ÷ 6634 the elephant Œ ’ó¦ ò è6629a which M¦ ¬ó 6634b brought (made) ¾ ¸ «
  24. 24. ’ò ´ à
  25. 25. Surahs 106-107: Quraish, Al-Maoon 249 Part: 306634c stratagem Š ¾ ï 6639a Quraish (name of a tribe) ‰ Œ Êë6635 to let go astray, ¾ ¾ µ
  26. 26. ò Ô ô « 6640 journey ¾ ¬ °
  27. 27. ˆ Š ·Ê ¨ô ° brought to naught 6641 winter   ¬Ë Æ ¢ 6635a sent ¾ ² °
  28. 28. Š Ì°È òÇ ¢ 6642 summer æ Ï 6635b birds, flying creatures ¦ Š Â× 6642a so they must ® § ¸
  29. 29. ¦Ì à’ôŠ ¾¦ ç6636 swarms / flocks (of birds) òŽ¢È ¥ ¥¢ worship6636a pelted Ä ¿ °
  30. 30.  ÷« 6642b this ¦Š ÿ À6636b stones Ç È ¢ ¨° ´· 6642c house (Kaabah) ª ¥6636c baked clay ‰ ò ´Ç 6642d fed them ¿ ¸ ¶
  31. 31. ö ’×È øà ¢6636d made ¾ ¸ «
  32. 32. Š òà³ 6642e fed them Ç ú ö ’×È ¸ ³ ÷ øà ¢6636e like È ½ against hunger 6642f made them safe À ¿ ¦
  33. 33. ö ¦ ü÷ ¦6637 (field of) stalks and straws æ ß Ð 6642g made them Ç ú ö ¦ » » ÷ ü÷ ¦6638 pp. eaten up, ¾ ½ ¦
  34. 34. Æ Œ ’˜÷ ¾ ï safe from fear devoured For the familiarity of the Quraish, Their familiarity with the journeys by winter and Have you not seen how your Lord dealt with summer, - Let them worship the Lord of this the companions of the elephant? Did He not House, who provides them with food against make their treacherous plan go astray? And hunger, And with security against fear (of (He) sent against them flight of birds, Striking danger).them with stones of baked clay. Then did (He) make them like an empty field of stalks and straw (of which the corn has been eaten up). ^ÊÀ ¢ø’ó¦É È° ß ¨ Ç ` ^ ‰ÊŒëÉ È° ¨ Ç ` Neighborly Needs The Quraish (Custodians Surah 107: Al-Maoon of Kabah) 6642h have (you)? did (you)? È ¢ Surah 106: Quraish 6642i you observed Ä ¦ °
  35. 35. ÈÈ ª ¢°6639 familiarity, taming Æ ¢Š Ê »ô¤ 6642j belies § ¯ ½
  36. 36. É O Š §Àð protection,
  37. 37. Surahs 108-109: Al-Kauthar, Al-Kfrun 250 Part: 306642k requital Ž ó¢Ž ú¾ ¥ The Abdundance6642l that is he ¦È îó ¯ Surah 108: Al-Kauthar6643 repels, thrusts, ¸ ¸ ®
  38. 38. ¸¾ N 6645a verily we ¢Ê û¤ pushes away 6645b we have given ¢Š ßÈ ü Ø ¢6643a orphan (n) ö ¬ 6646 the abundance ŠŠ ’ó¦ ¯ ð6643b urges, encourages Ò¸
  39. 39. È » µ µ ¬
  40. 40. 6646a therefore6643c feeding Ê ¢ Š ¿ à× òÏ O ¿ ¸ ¶
  41. 41. 6646b im. pray6643d needy Ž È ú ð ÷ 6646c unto your Lord î¥Âó6643e woe ò ˆ È 6647 im. sacrifice ° ¬ À
  42. 42.  û¦ ¸6643f the praying ones O ú ôÐ÷ 6648 [your enemy] who hated / ŠŽ¢ î û Ë6643g those ö ÿ insulted / traduced you6643h their prayer öŽ ô « Ï 6649 cut off, one without posterity Â¥È ¬¢ To you have we granted abundance.6644 pl. neglectful, careless È ¢ À ÿÇ Therefore to your Lord turn in prayer and sacrifice. For he who hates you, he will be cut off (from every good thing in this world and6644a pretend Ħ°
  43. 43. È ÌÂÉ ¡ À   Â Hereafter)6644b stop others ¸ À ¿
  44. 44. È üø À à ^ÈÀÌ 碊ð’ó¦É È°  ¨ Ç ` from doing Those Who Reject Faith6645 small things of daily use È ¢ À ß÷ Surah 109: Al-Kaafiroon small kindness, neighborly needs Have you seen him who denies the judgment(to come)? Then such is the one who repulses 6649a Oh! Disbelievers È Ì 碊 ’ó¦¢
  45. 45. Ȗ À Â ð ¢ ßÈ ¾¦ ¢the orphan, And encourages not the feeding of the indigent. So woe to those performers of 6649b I worship ® § ¸
  46. 46. Salah who are neglectful of their prayers, Those who (want but) to be seen, But refuse (to supply) (even) neighborly needs. 6650 I do not worship ßÈ¢Š ¾¦ ¢ ó ^ŽÂŠ¯Šð’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç `
  47. 47. Surahs 110-111: An-Nasr, Lahab 251 Part: 306650a that (which) ¢ ÷ 6654h entering ¾ ­ ®
  48. 48. È Œ ¾ À ô»6651 pl. what you ® § ¸
  49. 49. È Ì ૢ À ¾¦ ÷ 6655 in troops ¢ ¦ ’çÈ ³ ¢ worship 6655a then È »6651a you öûÈ ¬¢ 6655b hymn the praise ¬ § ²
  50. 50. ¶ ¦Ç6651b shall worship ® § ¸
  51. 51. È Ì ¥Ž¢ À¾ß 6655c praise of ® ¿ ¬
  52. 52. ø Ž ¾ ¸¥6652 that which I worship ßÈ¢ ¾¦ ¢ ÷ 6655d your lord È î¥°6652a I ¢È û¢ 6656 im. seek forgiveness ° » ¹
  53. 53.  äÇÊ è¬ ¦6653 that which you have ö
  54. 54. ¾ ¢ « ¦ß ÷ worshipped 6656a verily  þÊ û¤6654 ap. worshipper ¾¥ ß Ž¢ 6656b is È ¢Š Àï6654a unto you öŒ Š ðó 6656c ever ready to ¢¦ ¥ «6654b your religion öŒ Ê ðü ® show mercy, oft-returning When comes help of Allah, and victory, And6654c unto me ó crowds, Celebrate the praises of your Lord, and pray for His forgiveness. For He is oft-Say: O you who reject faith! I worship not that returning (in forgiveness). which you worship, Nor will you worship that which I worship, And I will not worship thatwhich you have been wont to worship, Nor will you worship that which I worship. To you be ^¤ ŠóÉ È° ¨ Ç ` your way, and to me mine. The Flame ^ ŽÂÐó¦É È° ü ¨ Ç ` Surah 111: Al-Lahab The Help 6657 fg. perished, doomed § § ©
  55. 55. ª ¦« Surah 110: An-Nasr 6657a both hands ¦ ¾6654d came È –  ³ 6657b Abu Lahab (name) ‰ ŠŽÈ ¤ ó ¥¢6654e help ° ´ À
  56. 56. Ðû Â 6658 perished, doomed § § ©
  57. 57. ¤«6654f triumph ¬ © »
  58. 58. ¬ç ¶Š 6658a not ¢ ÷6654g you have seen Ä ¦ °
  59. 59. ÈÈ ª ¢°
  60. 60. Surah 112: Al-Ikhlaas 252 Part: 306659 availed not, Ä À ¹
  61. 61. X’ãÈ¢ ¢ ÷ ^Ê´¢Šô»Žœ’ó¦É È° ¨ Ç ` did not profit The Purity (of Faith)6659a from ú ß Surah 112: Al-Ikhlaas6659b him É Á 6665 the one ¾·¢ È6659c his wealth  þŠ¢ ó ÷ 6665a begets not ¾ öŠ ô ó6659d that which ¢ ÷ 6665b pv. (he) is not begotten ¾ŠöŠ ó ó6659e earned § ² ½
  62. 62. Š ¤Èï 6665c comparable, co-equal, like ¦ Œ Œ èï6659f soon È ² 6665d he ÿ 6659g he will be plunged Ä ¾ ´
  63. 63. ôÐ 6665e the one ¾·¢ È6659h fire ¦Å ¢ °û 6666 the Eternal, the Absolute, ø ó¦ ¾ Ð6660 of blazing flame ‰ ŠÈ ¦È ¤ ó ©¯ Besought of all, One who needs6660a woman, wife É ¢È ÷Ê ¨Â ¦ none but all need Him 6666a not öŠó6661 fg. carrier ¾ ¿ ¬
  64. 64. ˆ Š¢ ¨ó ø· 6667 begets not ¾ öŠ ô ó6662 wood, (fire wood) ¤Ø· Š 6668 was not begotten ® ¾ Â

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