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Set 6 Easy Dictionary of Quran

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Set 6 Easy Dictionary of Quran

  1. 1. 4733 to present, plain to view ¢ÓÂß 4734 veil, cover Å ¢ŠØ ã Ruku' 11 v: 19 2 ¸ï° 4735 entertainment (for guests) †Äû 4736 the greatest / úŽÂÈ»Š˜’ó¦ worst losers 4737 works, deeds ¢àüÏ 4738 paradise ²ÌÂȮ ç 4739 change, removal † · 4740 ink ¦Å®¦¾ ÷ 4741 exhausted, consumed ¾ èû Ruku' 12 v: 9 3 ¸ï° ^öÂ÷É¨È°Ç ` Mary Surah 19: Maryam 4742 in secret, in low voice ¢ è» 4743 weakened, became feeble úÿÈ 4744 glisten with gray, [fired] Šòà¬Ë¦ shining white hairs like flames 4745 head Ʋ̢Ȱ 4746 old age ¢¦Ë 4747 unblessed, unfortunate, ¢ ìË unsuccessful 4748 my heirs / successors ó¦÷ 4749 barren ¦Â ë¢ß 4750 of the same name ¢ øÇ 4751 extreme, last ¢ ¬ ß 4752 easy úÿ 4753 (you) were not î«öŠó 4754 childhood ¢ Ž¦Ï Ruku' 1 v: 15 4 ¸ï° 4755 fg. drew aside / went aside Ì©ŠÀ¦¬ûʦ 4756 appeared as, ŠòM°ø« assumed the likeness of 16th Part 1/4 öŠóÈ¢ Ⱦ¢Šë Ä³ Þ¥° 4757 distant, remote ¢ Њë 4758 pains of childbirth µ¢¼÷ 4759 the trunk of ¨Šô¼üó¦Ê¸’ÀŽ³ the palm tree 4760 utterly forgotten ¢ ÊÈü÷¢Èû 4761 rivulet, streamlet ¢ ŽÂÇ 4762 im. fg. shake ± ± Á
  2. 2. ÌÄÄÿ 4763 fresh ripe dates ¢¦Š×É° ¢ Žü³ 4764 im. fg. cool, refresh ÌÄŠë 4765 man, human being ¢ ÊÈûʤ 4766 amazing, strange, ¢ ŽÂŠç most unusual Surah 19: Maryam 186 Part: 16
  3. 3. 4767 cradle ¾ ÷ 4768 so long as I remained ª÷É®¢÷ 4769 dutiful, good, kind ¦ Â¥ 4770 presence, witness-box ¾ Ì÷ 4771 how clear a hearer! Þ øÇÈ¢ 4772 how clear a seer!  ХȢ Ruku' 2 v: 25 5 ¸ï° 4773 long time, a good while ¢ ô÷ 4774 affectionate, gracious ¢ è· 4775 I separate / withdraw ɾŽÄ¬ßÈ¢ Ruku' 3 v: 10 6 ¸ï° 4776 they wasted / ¦ß¢ÓÈ¢ neglected / missed 4777 destruction, deception, ¢ Šã perdition 4778 sure to come, Ä © ¦
  4. 4. ¢ «’˜÷ must come to pass 4779 forgetful ¢ ÊÈû 4780 be constant and ° § ´
  5. 5. Ž¦ŠØÏʦ patient Ruku' 4 v: 15 7 ¸ï° 4781 on knees ¢ °Ž³ 4782 worthy, most deserving DÌÂÈ¢ 4783 to be there in fire ¢ ô Ï 4784 final, fixed, established ¢ø¬· 4785 assembly, council, company ¢ ¾û 4786 outward appearance ¢ Ì Ê° 4787 resort, return ¦®Â÷ 4788 alone, single ¦Å®ÂŠç 4789 adversary, opponent ¦ ¾ Ó Ruku' 5 v: 17 8 ¸ï° 4790 to incite ¦±È¢ 4791 delegation ¦¾’çÈ 4792 thirsty ¦Å®Ì°Ê 4793 monstrous, terrible ¦®Ê¤ 4794 in utter ruin, crashing ¦ ¾ÿ 4795 affection, love ¦®É 4796 contentious ¦ ¾Œó 4797 whisper ¦Ä’ïÊ° Ruku' 6 v: 16 9 ¸ï° 16th Part 1/2 öŠóÈ¢ Ⱦ¢Šë  Ä³ æÐû ^þ×É¨È°Ç ` Taa-Haa Surah 20: Taa-Haa 4798 you fall into distress ìÌ« 4799 high ôß 4800 in depth of earth or anything à ¦ Š¯ Surah 20: Taa-Haa 187 Part: 16
  6. 6. 4801 im. pl. wait ¦Œ°Œð÷ɦ 4802 I have seen / perceived ªÈû ¦ ¦ 4803 live coal, burning brand ƦŠë 4804 im. put off, take off ފô»Ê¦ 4805 dl. two shoes Šôàû 4806 name of a sacred valley in the ÃŒ× Sinai peninsula, where Prophet Moses X received revelation. 4807 I have chosen ɩ¬»Ê¦ (vn.: Æ°¢ ¬»Ê¦) 4808 I (have) almost É®¢ŠïÈ¢ 4809 I (will) keep it hidden è»É¢ 4810 you perish à ¦ ®Â« 4811 I lean ¦šMï«È¢ 4812 I beat down fodder /
  7. 7. ÊÿÈ¢ branches / leaves 4813 my sheep øüŠã 4814 uses ɧʰ ¦ ¢÷ 4815 serpent, snake ˆ¨· 4816 condition, state ¨Â Ç 4817 im. draw close, press öøÓɦ 4818 white È ¢Ô¥ Ruku' 1 v: 24 10 ¸ï° 4819 im. expand, enlarge ̬ÂËʦ 4820 im. loosen, remove ’òŒô·É¦ 4821 knot ¨¾’ìß 4822 im. strengthen, confirm Ì®¾Ëɦ 4823 my strength ÌÄʰ̱Ȣ 4824 im. associate, ̽ŽÂËÈ¢ make (him) share 4825 so that, that Šï 4826 im. fg. put, cast, » ¯ ¼
  8. 8. ç À’ëʦ throw 4827 pv. you may be brought up ÞüЫ 4828 My eyes / supervision Žüß 4829 I show / inform N¾É®È¢ 4830 cooled, gladdened ÂŠì« 4831 to put on trial ¢û¬Œç 4832 I have chosen ªàüŠØÏʦ 4833 for myself ÊȒèü ó 4834 ni. dl. do not slacken ¢Žü«¢Šó 4835 acts hastily ȶ’è 4836 gave ØßÈ¢ 4837 what state, what condition ɾ¢¥¢÷ 4838 various, diverse ¬Ë Surah 20: Taa-Haa 188 Part: 16
  9. 9. 4839 im. pasture, feed ¦ß̰ʦ 4840 men of understanding
  10. 10. üó¦ óÂÉ¢ Ruku' 2 v: 30 11 ¸ï° 4841 second time à ¦ »ɢŨȰ¢« 4842 a place where both ÃÇ¢û¢Šð÷ shall have equal chances / terms 4843 day of the festival / feast ¨üÄó¦É¿ 4844 the time when sun is ¸Ó well up, early forenoon 4845 (will) destroy / ª ¸È extirpate at once 4846 failed, is lost ȧ¢» 4847 best tradition, ô’°÷ exemplary doctrine 4848 gained upper hand, ôà¬Çʦ overcame 4849 ropes (sr.: ˆò¦·) ƾ¢¦ · 4850 rods, sticks
  11. 11. Ð ß (sr.: ¢Ðß) 4851 appeared, seemed Œò¼ 4852 conceived ƳÌÂÈ¢ 16th Part 3/4 öŠóÈ¢ Ⱦ¢Šë  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ Ruku' 3 v: 22 12 ¸ï° 4853 dry path ¢È¦ 4854 to pursue, to overtake ¢†ïÈ°È® 4855 went down, perished à ¦ ÿ 4856 my track / foot-step Ìϊ¯È¢ 4857 name of a man of tricks NĎ ÷¢Ç in the era of Prophet Moses X 4858 appeared long, seemed long Ⱦ¢Š× 4859 body, image ¦¾È³ 4860 hollow-sound, lowing sound Æ°¦» Ruku' 4 v: 13 13 ¸ï° 4861 O son of my mother, M¿šü¥¢ my brother 4862 beard ¨¸ ó 4863 you did not wait / observe ¤Œë«öŠó 4864 I took / grasped ªÔ¦Šë 4865 handful ¨Ô¦Šë 4866 no touch Ȳ¢È ÷¢Šó 4867 you remained / continued to ª’ôŠÛ 4868 devoted ¢†è ï¢ß 4869 we will burn ¼ ° ¬
  12. 12. úŠë¸û 4870 to scatter ¢†èÈû 4871 blear-eyed with terror, ¢†ḛ̈ɱ (used when normal color of eyes is changed due to severe pain or terror) Surah 20: Taa-Haa 189 Part: 16
  13. 13. 4872 they will speak with low ÈÀ¬Šç¢¼¬ voice / murmuring / whispering 4873 better ŒòŠ°÷È¢ Ruku' 5 v: 15 14 ¸ï° 4874 plain ¢ß¢Šë 4875 smooth and leveled ¢†èВèÏ 4876 uneven, height ¢¬÷È¢ 4877 hollow sound of feet ¢Èøÿ 4878 fg. humbled ªüß 4879 to diminish, curtailment ¢øÔÿ 4880 it may renew ɪ ¾¸ 4881 firmness, steadiness ¢÷Äß Ruku' 6 v: 11 15 ¸ï° 4882 you shall not ¸  «
  14. 14. ȸ´«¢Šó be hungry 4883 you shall not Ä ° ¸
  15. 15. à ¦ Âà«¢Šó be naked 4884 you shall not   ¿ ·
  16. 16. ¦šø’Ü«¢Šó be thirsty 4885 you shall not suffer ¸Ô«¢Šó from the sun 4886 narrow, shrunken ¢†ðüÓ Ruku' 7 v: 13 16 ¸ï° 4887 inevitable, ¢÷¦Ä ó which comes necessarily 4888 splendor ƨÂÿȱ 4889 we may test / try ú ¬’èû Ruku' 8 v: 7 17 ¸ï° ^ Part :17 ²¢üô óȧ¬’ëʦ Ä³` ^Ê –Ž¦ûŠ˜’ó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Prophets Surah 21: Al-Ambiyaa' 4890 pp. new, fresh ª¾¸÷ 4891 ap. preoccupied, in light ¨ ÿ¢Šó mood, set on passing delights Ruku' 1 v: 10 1 ¸ï° 4892 We have destroyed / ¢üøЊë shattered 4893 they felt /perceived ¦
  17. 17. È·È¢ 4894 they flee µ ½ °
  18. 18. ÈÀԌï 4895 to flee ҒïÈ° 4896 did not cease, continued ªŠó¦È±¢÷ 4897 reaped harvest / mowed ¦¾ з 4898 ap. pl. extinguished ú ¾ ÷¢» 4899 they ° ² ¬
  19. 19. ÈÀÌÂÂÊȸ¬È¢Šó wearynot, they do not get tired 4900 they flag not, ÈÀ̬’袊ó intermit not 4901 dl. (they) disordered, ¢«¾ÈŠç fallen into ruin Surah 21: Al-Ambiyaa' 190 Part: 16
  20. 20. 4902 im. pl. bring, produce ¦«¢ÿ Ruku' 2 v: 19 2 ¸ï° 4903 closed up, joined together ¢†ì«È° 4904 We parted / cloved / unlocked ¢ü’쬊ç 4905 broad passages ¢³¢´ ç 4906 roof, canopy ¢†è’ìÇ 4907 they float /swim ÈÀ¸¦È 4908 eternity, permanent life ¾’ô» 4909 if you die ©  ¿
  21. 21. ª÷ÌÀʤ 4910 they shall not be able ÈÀNèŒð¢Šó to ward off / drive off 4911 will confound / stupefy ª ¦« 4912 to confound, © Á §
  22. 22. ª ¥ to stupefy, to dumb found Ruku' 3 v: 12 3 ¸ï° 4913 who ú÷ 4914 guards from, saves from šŠô’ð 4915 pv. they will ÈÀ¦¸Ð be defended / given company 4916 breath ˆ¨¸’èû 4917 mustard ƾȮ» 4918 light, illumination Æ – Ó Ruku' 4 v: 9 4 ¸ï° 17th Part ²¢üô ó ȧ¬’ëʦ Ä³ Þ¥° 4919 images ¾ ª ¿
  23. 23. ò ¯¢ø« 4920 pieces, fragments ¦Å¯¦ŠÀ³ 4921 youth ¬Šç 4922 they speak / talk ¼ ¶ À
  24. 24. ÈÀŒì Øü 4923 pv. were relapsed / ¦È ðû confounded 4924 im. pl. burn ¦Œë· 4925 im. fg. be ŽûŒï 4926 cool ¦Å®Â¥ Ruku' 5 v: 25 5 ¸ï° 4927 great distress, ƧŠï awesome calamity 4928 fg. pastured at night ªÌŠèû 4929 goat, goats, sheep öüŠã 4930 We gave understanding, ¢üøŠç We inspired 4931 art of making ¨àüÏ 4932 garments , coats ²¦Šó 4933 protects, guards ú и« 4934 violent, strongly raging ¨Šè 좧 Surah 21: Al-Ambiyaa' 191 Part: 17
  25. 25. 4935 they dive ÈÀÏä 4936 the companion of the fish ÊÀ
  26. 26. üó¦¦È¯ (i.e., the Prophet Jonah X) 4937 cured, made sound ¢ü¸ŠôÏÈ¢ 4938 fg. preserved ªüзȢ 4939 chastity ƫŠç Ruku' 6 v: 18 6 ¸ï° 4940 rejection, denial À¦Â’èŒï 4941 mound, hill §¾· 4942 hastening, swiftly ÈÀŒôÊÈü 4943 staring widely (in terror) ¨Ð »¢Ë 4944 fuel, firewood ¤Ð· 4945 those who will come, ÈÀÌÂɮʰ¦È those who have to come 4946 roaring, wailing  çȱ 4947 pp. kept far away, ÈÀ̾à¦÷ removed far 4948 slightest sound ÆÊÈ· 4949 supreme horror, great terror ɸĊç 4950 we shall roll up ÌϒØû 4951 to roll up Š× 4952 written scroll òŽ´ Ç 4953 I have proclaimed / warned ªûȯ¦ ¦ 4954 I know not ÌÄʰ̮ȢÌÀʤ Ruku' 7 v: 19 7 ¸ï° 17th Part 1/2 ²¢üô ó ȧ¬’ëʦ  Ä³ æÐû ^²¸’ó¦É¨È°Ç The Pilgrimage Surah 22: Al-Hajj 4955 fg. will forget / forsake¾ Á ¯
  27. 27. Œòÿ’À« 4956 fg. suckling woman, ¨à ÓÂ÷ nursing mother 4957 fg. will deliver / ÞÔ« lay down / drop 4958 pregnant ‰òø·Ê©¦È¯ 4959 drunken, intoxicated à ¦ °¢ŠðÇ 4960 rebellious, ¾ŽÂ÷ obstinately rebellious 4961 turns to (somebody) for ¢Mó« friendship, be friends 4962 clot ¨ŠìŠôß 4963 lump of flesh, piece of flesh ˆ¨äÔ÷ 4964 pp. shaped, formed, ¨ŠìMô¼÷ duly formed 4965 we cause to stay /
  28. 28.  ìû remain / rest 4966 infant †’è × Surah 22: Al-Hajj 192 Part: 17
  29. 29. 4967 feeblest old age, ŽÂøà’ó¦Ê¾È¯Ì°È¢ abject time of life 4968 barren, dry and lifeless ¨¾ ÷¢ÿ 4969 fg. stirred ̩Ĭÿʦ 4970 fg. swelled ª¥È° 4971 beautiful pairs ‰²Ž ¥Ç«ÌÂȱ 4972 turning, bending Žû¢Š¯ 4973 side, shoulder æ’Ø ß Ruku' 1 v: 10 8 ¸ï° 4974 verge, edge, border »Â· 4975 rope, cord ¤¦Ç 4976 beasts, animals (sr. ¨¥¡È® ) K§¦ÈÂÈ® 4977 opponents, antogonists ÊÀ¢øл 4978 they disputed / ¦øЬ»Ê¦ contended 4979 pv. fg. have been cut out ªàO،ë 4980 garments Ƨ¢ ¯ 4981 pv. shall be poured
  30. 30. ¤Ð 4982 pv. shall be melted  Р4983 maces, hooked rods, Þ ÷¢Šì÷ hammers 4984 iron ¾ ¾· Ruku' 2 v: 12 9 ¸ï° 4985 pearls šŒóšŒó 4986 silk Ž· 4987 dweller, (local dweller) æ ï¢ß 4988 visitor, stranger, nomad ®¢¥ 4989 profanity, partiality ®¢¸’óʤ Ruku' 3 v: 3 10 ¸ï° 4990 lean camel, lean mount  ÷¢Ó 4991 deep ravine, ‰ê øß²Šç distant mountain highways 4992 beast of cattle Ê¿¢àûŠ˜’ó¦ ¨øŽ ¥ 4993 im. pl. eat ¦ŒôŒï 4994 im. pl. feed ¦ø à’×È¢ 4995 hungry, distressed Æ Ÿ¢¦’ó¦ 4996 they bring to end / complete ¦Ô’ì 4997 unkemptness ˆ®Šè« 4998 The Ancient House, ê ¬à’ó¦ ª¦’ó¦ Ka'bah 4999 snatch away, carry off æŠØ¼« 5000 makes something to fall ÌĎ « 5001 far, distant, remote ê ¸Ç Ruku' 4 v: 8 11 ¸ï° 5002 ap. pl. humble ones ú ¬Ž¦¼÷ Surah 22: Al-Hajj 193 Part: 17
  31. 31. 5003 camels À¾¥ 5004 standing in rows, lined up Ë»¡Ï 5005 fell down ª¦³È 5006 ap. contended, ގû¢Šë one who lives in contentment 5007 beggar ¬à÷ 5008 meat, flesh ¿¸Œó (sr.: ö¸Šó) 5009 who betrays his trust, À¦» treacherous Ruku' 5 v: 5 12 ¸ï° 17th Part ²¢üô ó ȧ¬’ëʦ  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ 5010 pv. permission is given, ÈÀʯɢ sanction is granted 5011 pv. upon whom war ÈÀŒô«¢Šì is made, who are fought against 5012 pv. would have been ª÷¾ÿ pulled down, demolished 5013 monasteries, cloisters Þ ÷¦Ï 5014 churches ގ¥ 5015 synagogues Æ©¦ŠôÏ 5016 I gave respite / rein ªŠô÷È¢ 5017 denial, disapproval,  ðû punishment 5018 well ’ Ž¥ 5019 pp. deserted, abandoned ˆ¨ŠôMØà÷ 5020 castle ÂЊë (pl.: ưЌë) 5021 lofty and well-built, fortified ¾ Ì÷ 5022 become blind øà« Ruku' 6 v: 10 13 ¸ï° 5023 desired, hoped üø« 5024 submit humbly ªŽ¦¼« 5025 barren, void of all hope ö ìß Ruku' 7 v: 9 14 ¸ï° 5026 became green ƨÂÔ¼÷ Ruku' 8 v: 7 15 ¸ï° 5027 to fall, that (it) may fall ފì«ÌÀÈ¢ 5028 they attack ÈÀŒØÈ Ruku' 9 v: 8 16 ¸ï° 5029 fly ¢¥¢¥É¯ 5030 snatches away ¤ŒôÈ 5031 they cannot release / ¦ÌŒÀ ìü¬È¢Šó rescue 5032 to rescue, to release Ư¢Šìü ¬Çʦ Ruku' 10 v: 6 17 ¸ï° Surah 22: Al-Hajj 194 Part: 17
  32. 32. ^ Part :18 ¶Šô’çÈ¢¾Šë Ä³` ^ÈÀü ÷šø’ó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Believers Surah 23: Al-Mu'minoon 5033 private parts relating to sex, Æ«ÌÂŒç modesty (sr.: ƫŠç) 5034 not blame-worthy, ú ÷Œô÷Šã free from blame 5035 ap. transgressors, ÈÀÌÂÉ®¢ß exceeding bounds 5036 ap. those who observe, ÈÀߦȰ keeper (literal: shepherds) 5037 extract, refined, essence ˆ¨Šó¢ŠôÇ 5038 we clothed ¢ûȊï 5039 paths, roads, orbits ê Ÿ¦ÂŠ× (sr.: ˆ¨ŠìŽÂŠ×) 5040 to take it away §¢ÿȯ 5041 oil úÿÉ® 5042 sauce, color, dye ˆâ¦ Ï Ruku' 1 v: 22 1 ¸ï° 5043 you boarded / embarked ª¬Çʦ 5044 ap. those who put ú ô¬¦÷ (others) to test Ruku' 2 v: 10 2 ¸ï° 5045 we had given plenty / ¢ü’ç«Ȣ granted ease 5046 to give plenty »¦Â«Ê¦ 5047 far, very far È©¢ ÿ 5048 rubbish, of dead leaves, Æ –Š°Œã wreckage 5049 one after another, ¦Â¬« in succession 5050 high ground, height ƨ¥È° Ruku' 3 v: 18 3 ¸ï° 5051 sects ¦Â¥É± 5052 confused ignorance, error ƨÂøŠã 5053 groan in supplication ’ Ž³ 5054 pl. you turn ´ ½ À
  33. 33. ÈÀÐ ðü« back on your heels 5055 telling fables by night ¦Â ÷¢Ç 5056 pl. you talk senselessly ÈÀÌ´ « 18th Part 1/4 ¶Šô’çÈ¢ ¾Šë Ä³ Þ¥° 5057 those deviating § ½ À
  34. 34. ÈÀ¦ ï¢û from path 5058 persisted obstinately ¦
  35. 35. ´Šó Ruku' 4 v: 27 4 ¸ï° 5059 protects Ž´ 5060 no protection þŠôßÉ°¢´¢Šó is given against him Ruku' 5 v: 15 5 ¸ï° Surah 23: Al-Mu'minoon 195 Part: 17
  36. 36. 5061 suggestions, whisperings ©¦Äøÿ 5062 ap. one who speaks / utters ˆò Ÿ¢Šë 5063 ties of kinship Ƨ¢ÈûÈ¢ 5064 scorches, burns ¶Šè’ô« 5065 those with their lips ÈÀ¸ ó¢Šï displaced in pain 5066 ap. those who count úO®¢ß 5067 in vain, mere idle play ¢†°¦ß Ruku' 6 v: 26 6 ¸ï° ^Ê°
  37. 37. üó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Light Surah 24: An-Noor 5068 im. pl. flog, scourge ¦Ì¾ ô³Ê¦ 5069 flog ¨¾’ô³ 5070 pity, compassion ˆ¨Šç̢Ȱ 5071 they accuse / ÈÀ÷ launch charges 5072 eighty úŽû¢øŠ¯ 5073 will avert, averts ¦É£È°¾ Ruku' 1 v: 10 7 ¸ï° 5074 calumny, slander, lie î’çʤ 5075 pl. you indulged / ö¬ÔŠçÈ¢ murmured 5076 pl. you receive / take it up ÈÀMìŠô« 5077 trifle, light matter ¢üÿ 5078 fg. spreads, propagates Þ Ì« Ruku' 2 v: 10 8 ¸ï° 18th Part 1/2 ¶Šô’çÈ¢ ¾Šë  Ä³ æÐû 5079 ni. (let them) swear not Žò«’˜¢Šó 5080 to swear ô¬’ŸÊ¦ 5081 pl. innocent ÈÀɠ¦÷ (of accusations) Ruku' 3 v: 6 9 ¸ï° 5082 pl. you ask permission ¦ÈŽû’˜¬È« 5083 houses not used ¨ûŒðÈ÷Šã for living 5084 to lower (gaze) / (sights) Ҋã 5085 fg. (let them) display not ú ¾¦¢Šó 5086 husbands (sr. òॠ) ¨Šóॠ5087 male servants ¨¥°Žœ’ó¦ óÂÉ¢ŽÂŠã who are beyond sexual desire 5088 child ˆò’è × 5089 hidden / private parts ©¦È°ß 5090 single (unmarried, ÷¢È¢ divorced or widowed) 5091 female slaves Æ ¢÷ʤ (sr.: ˆ¨÷È¢) 5092 slave girls Æ©¢¬Šç Surah 24: An-Noor 196 Part: 18
  38. 38. 5093 prostitution, whoredom Æ ¢äŽ¥ 5094 chastity, fortification ¢ü
  39. 39. и« 5095 goods, enjoyments, ƵÂß pleasures Ruku' 4 v: 8 10 ¸ï° 5096 niche ¨ðÌ ÷ 5097 lamp ¬¢¦Ð ÷ 5098 glass ¨³¢³É± 5099 star ¤ŠïŠï 5100 shining, brilliant, radiant KÄO°É® 5101 pv. kindled, lit ¾Šë 5102 oil ªÈ± 5103 glows forth, gives light É  Ô 5104 pv. be raised / exalted ފç« 5105 turn about, overturn ¤MôŠì¬« 5106 mirage Ƨ¦ÂÇ 5107 sandy desert ˆ¨à ë 5108 thirsty ÉÀ¦ ¢øŠÛ 5109 deep ´Œó 5110 can not, hardly ¾ŠðöŠó Ruku' 5 v: 6 11 ¸ï° 5111 layers, piled up ¢÷¢ŠïÉ° one upon other 5112 rain Ƽ̮È 5113 between, midst ƾ¢Šô » 5114 hail, cold Ʈ¥ 5115 flashing ¢üÇ 5116 those who come with all úŽü ߒÀ÷ submissions 5117 will deal unjustly, æ ¸ will wrong them in judgment Ruku' 6 v: 10 12 ¸ï° 18th Part 3/4 ¶Šô’çÈ¢ ¾Šë  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ 5118 will give inheritance, úŠè ô¼¬È will make successor 5119 ap. those who úŽÄŽ´à÷ frustrate (others) Ruku' 7 v: 7 13 ¸ï° 5120 seeks permission ÉÀʯ’˜¬È 5121 to ask leave / permission ÆÀ¦ŠÀ ¬Çʦ 5122 puberty öŒô· 5123 pl. you lay aside ÈÀàÔ« 5124 noon time, ƨŽ ŠÛ middle of the day 5125 children ƾ¢Šè’×È¢ Surah 24: An-Noor 197 Part: 18
  40. 40. 5126 old women (who do not ¾ ߦŠë have any longing for marriage) 5127 (women) who make ©¢³Â¦¬÷ display of their beauty 5128 lame «ÂßÈ¢ 5129 pl. paternal uncles ¿¢øßÈ¢ 5130 sr. father's brother öß 5131 paternal aunts ©¢øß (father's sisters) (sr.: ˆ¨øß) 5132 maternal uncles (mother's ¾¦»È¢ brothers) (sr.: ƾ¢»
  41. 41. 5132a mother's sisters 5132b separately ¢«¢¬ËÈ¢ Ruku' 8 v: 4 14 ¸ï° 5133 matter, affair ÆÀ’˜Ë 5134 they slip away ú ÷ÈÀŒôMôȬ secretly from 5135 to slip away secretly fromú ÷ŠòMôÈ« 5136 surreptitiously, hiding ¦Å¯¦ ó Ruku' 9 v: 3 15 ¸ï° ^ÊÀ¢ŠëŒè’ó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Criterion Surah 25: Al-Furqaan 5137 resurrection, ¦Å°Ìû to raise the dead 5138 helped ÈÀ¢ßÈ¢ 5139 pv. are dictated / read out ôø« 5140 walks Ìø 5141 markets Ƽ¦ÇÈ¢ (sr.: ƼÇ) Ruku' 1 v: 9 16 ¸ï° 5142 palaces ¦Å°ÐŒë 5143 fury, rage ¢†Ü
  42. 42. ä« 5144 narrow, constricted ¢†ìÓ 5145 pp. pl. bound / úŽûŠì÷ chained together 5146 destruction ¦Å°¦Œ¯ 5147 you led astray / ö¬’ôŠôÓÈ¢ misled (others) 5148 destroyed, devoid of all good ¦Å°¥ Ruku' 2 v: 11 17 ¸ï° ^ Part :19 ú ÀMó¦È¾¢ŠëÈ ij` 5149 barrier, ban ¦Â´ · 5150 motes, dust Å ¢¦ÿ 5151 be scattered ¦Å°Œ°ü÷ Surah 25: Al-Furqaan 198 Part: 18
  43. 43. 5152 place of noon day rest / † ì÷ repose 5153 clouds Æ¿¢øŠã 5154 shall bite
  44. 44. Òà 5154a. betrayer ¢†óÌŒÀ» 5155 pp. one who is neglected / ¦Å°´ ÷ discarded 5156 gradually, slow and † «Â« well arranged 5157 explanation, interpretation ¦ÂÊÈ’è« Ruku' 3 v: 14 1 ¸ï° 5158 destroyed completely, Â÷È® annihilated 5159 the people of O²Âó¦È§¢¸ÏÈ¢ Ar-Rass 5160 utter ruin / destruction ¦ZŽ¦¬« Ruku' 4 v: 10 2 ¸ï° 5161 shadow Kò Û 5162 guide, pilot † óÈ® 5163 repose, cause of rest ¢«¢¦Ç 5164 joined yet separate / È«Â÷ independent 5165 sweet Ƨ’Àß 5166 thirst-quenching Æ©¦ÂŒç 5167 salt ¶’ô ÷ 5168 bitter Æ«¢³É¢ 5169 barrier, partition ƭȱ¥ 5170 relationship (of blood), ¢¦Èû ties of kinship 5171 relationships through ¦Â Ï wedlock Ruku' 5 v: 16 3 ¸ï° 5172 lamp «¦Â Ç 5173 following one another ¨Šè’ô » 5174 they walk ÈÀÌø 5175 modestly, gently ¢ûÿ 5176 they pass / spend the night ÈÀ¬Ž¦ 5177 anguish, ¢÷¦ÂŠã complete destruction 5178 they spend stingily / ¦Ì¬’ì niggardly 5179 balanced, just ¢÷¦Šë 5180 disgraced, disdained, ¢û¢ ÷ in ignominy 5181 high places, high stations ¨ŠçŒã 5182 (would) not concern with š¦à¢÷ 5182a cleaving, inevitable ¢÷¦Ä ó Ruku' 6 v: 17 4 ¸ï° 19th Part ú ÀMó¦ Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ ij Þ¥° Surah 25: Al-Furqaan 199 Part: 19
  45. 45. ^Ê ¡Âà
  46. 46. Ìó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Poets Surah 26: Ash-Shu'araa 5183 ap. those who bow their ú à Ó¢» necks in humility Ruku' 1 v: 9 5 ¸ï° 5184 child ¦¾ óÈ 5185 pp. prisoners úŽû´È÷ 5186 serpent ÆÀ¢¦àŒ¯ Ruku' 2 v: 24 6 ¸ï° 5187 put off (a while), let (him) þŽ³Ì°È¢ wait a while 5188 no matter, no harm ÂÓ¢Šó Ruku' 3 v: 18 7 ¸ï° 5189 troop, band ˆ¨÷Ê¯Â Ë 5190 ap. those who enraged, ÈÀŒÜ Ÿ¢Šã offended (others) 5191 those who are, ÈÀÌÂɰʯ¢· fore-warned those who are fully prepared against danger 5192 at sunrise ú ëŽÂÌ÷ 5193 pp. those who ÈÀŒïÈ°¾÷ are overtaken 5194 by no means ¢MôŠï 5195 divided, parted, separated êŠôŠèûʦ 5196 mountain, mound Æ®Š× 5197 we brought near ¢ü’èŠó̱Ȣ Ruku' 4 v: 17 8 ¸ï° 5198 those who passed before, ÈÀ÷¾’ëÈ¢ fore-fathers 5199 gives me to drink Žú ìÈ 5200 im. unite, join ê ¸’óÈ¢ 5201 pv. fg. is brought near ªŠè ó̱ɢ 5202 pv. fg. is made manifest, ̩ȱ¥ is placed in full view 5203 be thrown headlong / ¦¦ ð¦Œï hurled 5204 friend ê ¾Ï 5205 loving, warm (friend) ö ø· Ruku' 5 v: 36 9 ¸ï° 5206 those who are meanest / ÈÀŒóȯ̰Ȣ lowest 5207 ap. one who Ʈʰ¢Š× drives away / repulses 5208 pp. those stoned ú ÷³Â÷ (to death) 19th Part 1/2 ú ÀMó¦ Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ  Ä³ æÐû Surah 26: Ash-Shu'araa 200 Part: 19
  47. 47. 5209 laden, filled À¸Ì÷ Ruku' 6 v:18 10 ¸ï° 5210 pl. you build ÈÀü¦« 5211 high place ÞÊ° 5212 strong holds, castles, ގû¢Ð÷ fine buildings (sr.: ÞüÐ÷) 5213 pl. you laid hands, seized ö¬ÌŠØ¥ 5214 aided, bestowed ¾÷È¢ Ruku' 7 v: 18 11 ¸ï° 5215 here ¢üÿ¢ÿ 5216 heavily laden, ö Ôÿ near to breaking 5217 skillful ú ÿÊ°¢Šç Ruku' 8 v: 19 12 ¸ï° 5218 males, sons À¦Â’ïɯ 5219 those who hate / abhor ú ó¢Šë 5220 old woman Ʊ´ß Ruku' 9 v: 16 13 ¸ï° 5221 wood (collection of ˆ¨ŠðÈ¢ tangled times) 5222 generations ˆ¨MôŽ¦Ž³ 5223 im. make (it) fall ’Ö ìÇÈ¢ Ruku' 10 v: 16 14 ¸ï° 5224 non-Arabs ú ø´ßÈ¢ 5225 We made it traverse, ¢ü’ðŠôÇ We caused to pass through 5226 pp. pl. banished, ÈÀŒóÌÂÄà÷ removed far, debarred 5227 they vindicated, ¦Ì Ьûʦ [took revenge] 5228 place of turning / ¤ŠôŠìü÷ overturning Ruku' 11 v: 36 15 ¸ï° ^òøüó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Ants Surah 27: An-Naml 5229 pv. sg. you are receiving ìŠô« 19th Part ú ÀMó¦ Ⱦ¢ŠëÈ  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ 5230 flame, burning Ƨ¢ Ë 5231 borrowed flame, ƦŠë burning brand 5232 pl. you may warm ÈÀŒôŠØЫ 5233. pv. is blessed Ƚʰ¥ 5234 moving, writhing, wriggling
  48. 48. Ĭ « 5235 serpent, snake KÀ–³ 5236 did not look back ¤OìàöŠó 5237 bosom, opening at the neck ¤³ and bosom of a shirt Surah 27: An-Naml 201 Part: 19
  49. 49. Ruku' 1 v: 14 16 ¸ï° 5238 language, speech ê Øü÷ 5239 pp. those kept in ranks, ÈÀßȱ set in (battle) order 5240 valley of the ants Žòøüó¦Ê®¦È 5241 ant ˆ¨Šôøû 5242 may not crush úø ظ¢Šó 5243 smiled öȦ« (vn.: ö
  50. 50. Ȧ«) 5244 laughingly ¢†ð ·¢Ó 5245 im. arouse, inspire, dispose ̸ʱÌÂÈ¢ 5246 reviewed, took a muster ¾MìŠè« 5247 hoopoe (a bird) ¾ÿ¾ÿ 5248 Sheba, name of a country ¢¦Ç 5249 hidden È ¤» 5250 im. throw down þ ì’óÈ¢ Ruku' 2 v: 17 17 ¸ï° 5251 ap. fg. one who decides / ¨à ×¢Šë resolves 5252 present, gift ˆ¨ ¾ÿ 5253 stalwart, giant ªŽÂ’è ß 5254 returns ¾«Â 5255 glance Æ»ÂŠ× 5256 im. pl. alter, disguise ¦ÌÂÂOðû 5257 just like this ¦ŠÀŠï¢ÿ 5258 pool, lake ¨´Œó 5259 fg. uncovered / bared ªŠè̊ï 5260 dl. two shanks (lower Šë¢Ç part of leg) (sr.: Ƽ¢Ç) 5261 paved, smoothly paved Æ®Âø÷ 5262 glasses, crystals ÂÊ°¦Šë Ruku' 3 v: 13 18 ¸ï° 5263 groups, men ˆÖÿÈ° 5264 swear one to another ¦øÇ¢Šì« 5265 we will surely attack at night ú¬¦û 5266 destruction î ô ÷ Ruku' 4 v: 14 19 ¸ï° 5267 chosen èŠØÏʦ 5268 Is Allah? Ʌ¡   ^ Part :20 êŠô»ú÷È¢ Ä³ 5269 orchards, gardens ê Ÿ¦¾· (sr.: ˆ¨Šì ¾·) 5270 beautiful, ¨´ ¥È©¦È¯ of shining beauty Surah 27: An-Naml 202 Part: 20
  51. 51. 5271 mountains ǦÈÂÈ° 5272 barrier, separating bar ¦ÄŽ³¢· 5273 failed, stopped short ȽȰ¦M®Ê¦ Ruku' 5 v: 8 1 ¸ï° 5274 close behind (in pursuit) ȻʮȰ 5275 hide
  52. 52. ú ð« 5276 narrates, recounts
  53. 53. Όì Ruku' 6 v: 16 2 ¸ï° 5277 or what ¦È¯¢÷È¢ 5278 terrified, smitten, ȸŽÄŠç stricken with terror 5279 pl. humbled, in humility úŽÂ »¦È® 5280 firmly fixed, solid ¨¾ ÷¢³ 5281 pv. are thrown down / ª¦Œï cast down Ruku' 7 v: 11 3 ¸ï° ^ŽÎЊì’ó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Narration Surah 28: Al-Qasas 5282 name of a Pharaoh's minister ÈÀ¢÷¢ÿ 5283 im. fg. suckle à ÓÌ°È¢ 5283a picked up, took up ŠÖŠì¬’óʦ 5284 void (of patience) ¢†ãÊ°¢Šç 5285 im. fg. trace, follow Ќë 5286 from distance ¤ü³úß 5287 I point out / direct N¾É®È¢ Ruku' 1 v: 13 4 ¸ï° 20th Part 1/4 êŠô» ú÷È¢  Ä³ Þ¥° 5288 to ask / call for help ˆ¨Š¯¢ä ¬Çʦ 5289 asked / called for help Ȫ¢ä ¬Çʦ 5290 struck with fist ĊïÈ 5291 vigilant, looking about ¤Më¬ 5292 yesterday ŽÆ÷È¢ 5293 cries / calls aloud É­ŽÂÐ¬È 5294 stretches hand to seize Ê Ø¦ 5295 farthest end, uttermost part ВëÈ¢ 5296 running àÈ 5297 they counsel / ÈÀÌ ø«’˜ deliberate upon Ruku' 2 v: 8 5 ¸ï° 5298 turned his face þ³« 5299 towards È –Šì’ô « 5300 fg. dl. keeping back ÊÀ¦È®ÌŒÀ« 5301 are driven away / È° ¾Ð taken back Surah 28: Al-Qasas 203 Part: 20
  54. 54. 5302 shepherds, herdsmen Æ ¢ßÊ° (sr.: ߦȰ) 5303 bashfully, shyly  ¢¸ ¬Çʦ 5304 im. engage on wages, hire Ž³’˜¬Çʦ 5305 fg. one à ¦ ¾·Ê¤ 5306 dl. fg. these two Žú«¢ÿ 5307 years (sr.: ˆ¨´ ·) ²´ · 5308 whichever, which one ¢øÈ¢ Ruku' 3 v: 7 6 ¸ï° 5309 traveled, journeyed È°¢Ç 5310 a brand (of fire), ¨È’À³ a burning coal 5311 side, bank ž ×¢Ë 5312 field, ground ¨à’ì¥ 5313 these two îŽû¦È¯ 5314 more eloquent ¶Ð’çÈ¢ 5315 helper, support Ţ̮ʰ 5316 we will strengthen
  55. 55. ¾Ìû 5317 arm ¦¾Ôß 5318 they shall not reach ÈÀŒô ТŠó 5319 im. kindle / light (fire) ¾ ëÌÂÈ¢ 5320 pp. those who are ú ·¦’ì÷ hateful / cast away / despised Ruku' 4 v: 14 7 ¸ï° 5321 prolonged ȾÈ¢Š× 5322 dweller ¢Ê¢Š¯ Ruku' 5 v: 8 8 ¸ï° 5323 we caused (it) to reach ¢ü’ôÏÈ 20th Part 1/2 êŠô» ú÷È¢  Ä³ æÐû 5324 we do not desire / seek 䬦û¢Šó 5325 pv. we shall be æMؼ¬û snatched away 5326 fg. exulted, ̩ إ rejoice exceedingly Ruku' 6 v: 10 9 ¸ï° 5327 chooses É°¢¬¼ 5328 choice ¨Â » 5329 everlasting, perpetual ¦¾÷ÂÇ 5330 light Å – Ó Ruku' 7 v: 15 10 ¸ï° 5331 weigh down, É ü« to be too heavy a burden 5332 we made (something) ¢ü’èÈ» to sallow 5333 Ah! it is indeed MÀŠ˜ŠðÈ Ruku' 8 v: 7 11 ¸ï° 5334 ordained, imposed ȵŠç Surah 28: Al-Qasas 204 Part: 20
  56. 56. 5335 one who brings back M®¡È° 5336 place of return, home ®¢à÷ 5337 you hope / expect ¦³Â« Ruku' 9 v: 6 12 ¸ï° 20th Part 3/4 êŠô» ú÷È¢  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ ^Ê©¦Šðüà’ó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Spider Surah 29: Al-'Ankaboot 5338 sure to come Ç© ¦ ¢Šó 5339 pv. made to suffer, ÈÄʯÌÂÉ¢ is afflicted Ruku' 1 v: 13 13 ¸ï° 5340 produces, creates, Œž Ìü brings forth (vn.: Æ ¢Ìûʤ) 5341 pv. pl. you will be turned ÈÀ¦Šô’ì« Ruku' 2 v: 9 14 ¸ï° 5342 im. pl. burn ¦Œë· 5343 council, assembly, meeting ÄÊ®¢û Ruku' 3 v: 8 15 ¸ï° 5344 grieved, troubled Šž Ç 5345 in self, within oneself, ¢ß̰ȯ in heart 5346 earthquake ˆ¨Šè³È° 5347 ap. keen observers, úŽÂ Ц¬È÷ those with insight 5348 blast, awful cry þ¸Ï 5349 spider ©¦Šðüß 5350 frailest, flimsiest úÿÌÂÈ¢ Ruku' 4 v: 14 16 ¸ï° Part 20th ends It is surely a favor of Allah who enabled you to memorize the meanings of the Qur'aanic words up to this point. So far, we have given the marks of Ruku' ¸ºººï° but hence forward the practice is discontinued as the number of words will be smaller in each Ruku. Other marks such as those of 1/4th, 1/2 and 3/4th Part (Parah) will be retained. ^^ Part :21 ·ÌÂÉ¢–÷Œò«É¦ Ä³ 5351 fg. forbids, restrains ü« 5352 you do not write / NÖ¼«¢Šó transcribe (vn.: KÖ») ^Ê¿ÌÂ
  57. 57. Âó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Romans Surah 30: Ar-Room 5353 pv. have been overcome/ ª¦ ôŒã defeated Surahs 29-30: Al-'Ankaboot, Al-Rome 205 Part: 21
  58. 58. 5354 nearby land ʵ̰Š˜’ó¦û̮Ȣ 5355 soon they will overcome, ÈÀ¦ ôäÇ be victorious 5356 tilled, dug ¦ÌÂÉ°¢Š¯È¢ 5357 populated, built upon it ¦ÌÂÂøß 5358 garden, mead ˆ¨ÓÌÂÈ° 5359 pv. pl. will be made happy ÈÀ̦¸ 5360 you enter night ÈÀÈø« (evening: Æ ¢È÷) 5361 you enter the morning ÈÀÌÂŽ ’Ü« (afternoon:  ŒÛ) 5362 you are scattered ÈÀÌ ̬ü« 5363 most easy, easier ÉÀÿÈ¢ 21th Part 1/4 ·ÌÂÉ¢–÷Œò«É¦ Ä³Þ¥° 5364 ap. those who turn to úŽ¦Žü÷ 5365 countenance / face ʅ¦þ³È of Allah, pleasure of Allah 5366 usury ¢¥Ê° 5367 increases ¥Â 5368 does not increase ¦¥Â¢Šó 5369 they are ÈÀ߾Рseparated / divided 5370 they make provision ÈÀ̾ ø 5371 fg. raises  °« 5372 rain Ƽ̮È 5373 yellow (colored), ¦ ŠèÐ÷ turned to yellow 5374 weakness æàÓ 5375 gray hair due to old age ˆ¨¦Ë 5376 those who make amends ÈÀ¦¬à¬È 5377 let not them make úMè ¼¬È¢Šó (you) impatient or excited ^À¢ø’ìŒóÉ¨È°Ç ` Luqmaan (The wise) Surah 31: Luqmaan 5378 idle tale, ® ¾¸’ó¦ Šó pastime discourse 5379 pillars ¾øß 21th Part 1/2 ·ÌÂÉ¢ –÷ Œò«É¦  Ä³ æÐû 5380 mustard ¾È®Â» 5381 rock Æ¨Â¼Ï 5382 firmness of purpose, °÷Œ˜’ó¦Ê¿Äß firmness in affairs 5383 ni. do not turn, ÂàЫ¢Šó do not swell 5384 cheek ¾» Surah 31: Luqman 206 Part: 21
  59. 59. 5385 braggart, vainglorious ¾¢¬¼÷ 5386 im. be moderate ¾ Вëʦ 5386a harshest abominable ŠðûÈ¢ 5387 voice (pl.: Æ©¦ÏÈ¢) ©Ï 5388 made it flow, completed Šâ¦ÇÈ¢ 5389 kept to the middle course, ¾ Ь’ì÷ he who compromises / stops in between 5390 traitor, perfidious °¢¬» 5391 one who can be of DZ¢³ avail to another 5392 rain ®Šã 5393 tomorrow ¦¾Šã 5394 fg. knows not ÌÄÊ°¾«¢÷ ^ʨ¾´Èó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Prostration Surah 32: As-Sajdah 5395 forsake, leave off ¢´¬« 5396 we lead / drive ɼÈû 21th Part 3/4 ·ÉÂÉ¢ –÷ Œò«É¦  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ ^ʧ¦Ä·Š˜’ó¦É¨È°Ç ` The Confederates Surah 33: Al-Ahzaab 5397 inside of body, breast Æ»³ 5398 nearer, closer DÌÂÈ¢ 5399 pv. written ° ¶ ²
  60. 60. ¦Å°ŒØÈ÷ in lines 5400 throats Ž³¢ü· 5401 pv. were / was tried ô¬¥É¦ 5402 old name of Al-Madinah ̧ŽÂ’° 5403 sides (sr.: ’،ë) Æ°¢ŠØ’ëÈ¢ 5404 did not stay ¦Œ°¦Šô«¢÷ 5405 those who keep back / ú ëà÷ hinder 5406 come along öŒôÿ 5407 being sparing of †¨¸ ËÈ¢ their help, niggardly 5408 roll, revolve ɰ̾« 5409 sharp ®¦¾ · 5410 pl. inhabitants of desert, ÈÀÌÂÉ®¢¥ [those living outside towns /cities] (sr. ®¢¥ ) 5411 Wandering Arabs, ̧¦ÂßÈ¢ Bedouins 5412 vow, pledge ¤¸û 5413 fortress, strongholds Ï¢Ï 5414 past tense cast, [put in] È»ŠÀŠë Surahs 32-33: As-Sajdah, Al-Ahzaab 207 Part: 18
  61. 61. 5415 you tread, set foot Œ ŠØ« 5416 release ¢·¦ÂÇ ^ Part :22 ªü’ìú÷È ij 5417 bedizenment, to make «
  62. 62. ¦« dazzling display 5418 want ¦ÂŠ×È 5419 we gave in marriage ¢ü³MÂȱ 5420 adopted children  ¢ ß̮Ȣ 5421 fathers  ¢¥¦ ¦ 5422 sends blessings OôÐ 5423 im. disregard ̸Ȯ 5424 returned, gave as È ¢ŠçÈ¢ spoils of war 5425 you may put off / defer Ž³Â« 5426 you may take / receive Ìϒ « 5427 you set aside ª’óÄß 5428 watcher ¢¦ ëÈ° 5429 preparation (of food) ¢ûʤ 5430 those who sit úÊȎû’˜¬È÷ whole-heartedly 5431 they send blessing ÈÀNôÐ 5432 im. pl. send blessing ¦NôÏ 5433 im. pl. salute ¦øOôÇ 5434 salutation ¢ø ôÈ« 5435 fg. they draw close úŽû¾ 5436 outer garments, ¤Ž¥¢Šô³ wrapping garments 5437 those who stir up ÈÀŒèŽ³Â÷ sedition, spreading false rumors 5438 we will setup against them úŽÂäû 5439 they will not be ÈÀÌÂÉ°Ê¢´¢Šó (able to stay as) neighbors 5440 pp. accursed, úŽûà’ô÷ those who are cursed 5441 they are found ¦Œè 쌯 5442 slain with fierceness, † ¬’ì« fierce slaughter 22nd Part 1/4 ªü’ìú÷È ijޥ° 5443 what will make îÊ°¾¢÷ you understand 5444 our leaders / chiefs ¢ü«È®¢Ç 5445 our great ones ¢û È ¦Â¦Œï 5446 straight (to the point), ¦¾ ¾Ç justly appropriate ^ ˜¦ÇÉ¨È°Ç ` The City of Saba Surah 34: Saba 5447 escapes not, hidden not ɧÄࢊó Surah 34: Saba 208 Part: 22
  63. 63. 5448 scattered to pieces ̼Äø÷ 5449 echo with me, Ž¥OÂÈ¢ repeat with me 5450 we made soft ¢üŠóÈ¢ 5451 coats of mail Æ©¢äŽ¥¢Ç 5452 measure Ì°¾Šë 5453 links Æ®ÂÇ 5454 its morning stride / course ¢ÿN¾Œã 5455 its evening stride / course ¢ ·¦ÈÂÈ° 5456 we made it flow ¢ü’ôÇÈ¢ 5457 fount of molten copper ŽÂ’Ø ì’ó¦úß 5458 arches, fortresses ¤Ê°¢¸÷ 5459 images (sr.: ¾¢Š°ø «) Œò ¯¢ø« 5460 large dishes À¢ŠèŽ³ 5461 tank, reservoirs §¦³ 5462 cauldrons, huge pots ư̾Œë (sr.: Æ°¾ ë) 5463 fixed, set firm ©¢ ǦȰ 5464 his staff  þ«Š˜Èü ÷ 5465 flood (released) Ê¿ŽÂà’ó¦ŠòÇ from the dams 5466 of, having «¦ÈÂȯ 5467 fruits, food ‰òŒïÉ¢ 5468 bitter Öø» 5469 tamarisk ò’¯È¢ 5470 lote tree Æ°¾ Ç 5471 fear is removed ȸČç 5472 you joined ö¬’츒óÈ¢ 22nd Part 1/2 ªü’ì ú÷È  Ä³ æÐû 5473 pp. pl. those ÈÀŒçŒë÷ made to stand 5474 lofty halls, mansions ©¢ŠçŒã 5475 he replaces æ ô¼ 5476 one tenth (1/10th) °¢Ìà ÷ 5477 hurls, casts É» À’ì 5478 they are terrified ¦ßŽÄŠç 5479 no escape È©Šç¢Šó 5480 to reach ³É¢ü« 5481 people of their kind, ¸¢ËÈ¢ partisans ^‰Â ×¢ŠçÉ¨È°Ç ` The Originator of Creation Surah 35: Fatir 5482 with wings ¨¸Žü³È¢ óÂÉ¢ (sr.: Ƭ¢ü³) Surah 35: Al-Fatir 209 Part: 22
  64. 64. 5483 ascends, mounts up ¾àÐ 5484 shall perish, will be void É°¦ 5485 sweet, palatable Ƨ’Àß 5486 pleasant to drink Æ©¦ÂŒç 5487 fresh ¢ ŽÂŠ× 5488 husk of a date stone  ø’Ø ë 22nd Part 3/4 ªü’ì ú÷È  Ä³ ¸¢¥°¦ ¨¯ ¯ 5489 pp. heavily laden ˆ¨ŠôŠì’°÷ 5490 sun's heat Æ°Ì· 5491 has passed ¢Šô» 5492 tracts, streaks Æ®¾³ 5493 white Ҏ¥ 5494 red Âø· 5495 intensely black, raven black¤Ž¥¦ÂŠã 5496 black ®Ç 5497 will not perish / fail È°¦«úŠó 5498 weariness ƧäŒó 5499 they will cry aloud / ÈÀ»ŽÂŠØÐ shriek 5500 hatred, odium, abhorrence ¢¬’ì÷ 5501 dl. lest they move away / ¢ŠóÌÂÄ«ÌÀÈ¢ deviate / cease[to function] 5502 dl. (they two) moved away / ¢¬Šó¦È± deviated / ceased to function ^ÆÉ¨È°Ç ` Yaa-Seen Surah 36: Yaa-Seen 5503 pl. stiff necked (people) ÈÀ¸ø’ì÷ 5504 foot prints, what (they) °¢Š¯¦ ¦ left behind 5505 we have taken account ¢üзȢ 5505a clear book, clear register ‰úŽ¦
  65. 65. ÷Ç¿¢÷ʤ 5506 we strengthened ¢û̱Äß ^ Part :23 ó¢÷È ij 5507 they cannot ÊÀÌŒÀ ìü¢Šó save / deliver me 5508 before us ¢ü¾Šó 5509 we strip, we withdraw ºŠôÈû 5510 they are plunged ÈÀø ô’Ü÷ in darkness 5511 measuring, decree  ¾’ì« 5512 became, returned È®¢ß 5513 branch, stalk of palm tree ÆÀ³Âß 5514 old ö ¾Šë Surah 36: Yaa-Seen 210 Part: 23

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