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Surah Fatihah word for word

  1. 1. Juz 1<br />Word-to-Word Translation of :<br />Surah Fatihah<br />Ayah 1-7<br />By: Momina Mateen<br />Dedicated to Dr. FarhatHashmi<br />
  2. 2. أعوذباللهمنالشيطانالرجيم<br />From<br />With Allah<br />Comes fromنط ش<br />In Arabic it means the far thing.<br />Why is he called Shaytan? <br />Because he became far away from Allah’s mercy.<br />I Seek Refuge<br />Root word is مرج<br />In Arabic it means to hit with stones.<br />So رجيم means one that is hit by stone. One stone hit and repelled, rejected far away. In this case far away from Allah’s blessings.<br />It means to be expelled from all types of righteousness. <br />
  3. 3. The root is اسْ م <br />which means name.<br />So ﷲبِسْــــــــــــــــــمِ means with the name of Allah<br />Also comes from the root words محْر<br />The difference, however, is that اارَّحِيم means repeatedly Merciful or continuously Merciful.<br />It signifies ones whose mercy is perfect in all possible ways. This is more in specific with the believers.<br />The root is محْرwhich means the mothers womb. This way the mother has a special love and affection for the child.<br />So رَّحْمَنِ means the Most Beneficent or Merciful. It has exaggeration.<br />It signifies ones whose mercy is common to all and extends to the whole universe<br />
  4. 4. The root is رب ب, which means one who nurtures. This nurturing is done step by step slowly. It is significant because it means to make something attain one condition after another until perfection is reached.<br />ربّ basically nourishes us to the state of perfection.<br />It means Nurturer and carer.<br />The root is ملع<br />It means a sign or a mark. In Arabic it means a flag. It signifies identification. So عالم (world) means all the things that Allah has recognized.<br />عالمين (Plural: Worlds) includes all forms of existence, sky, sun, earth, moon, wind, jinn, and people. It means the worlds.<br />The root isدمح. This word in Arabic is not only used for praise but also for being grateful.<br />The ال in this word changes it from a common noun to a proper noun.<br />
  5. 5. These two words are being repeated and have been explained previously.<br />
  6. 6. يَوْمِ means day.<br />The root is كلمIn Arabic it means king. And Mallik mean the Owner. Kings own many things.<br />So كِلِمَـ means to posses something in such a manner that one has the right and power to dispose of it as one likes.<br />الدِّينِ means recompense.<br />الدِّينِ يَوْمِtherefore means day of recompense. It represents the day of Qiyamah.<br />
  7. 7. Only you<br />And only you<br />We seek help.<br />The root is نوع<br />We worship. <br />The root isدبعwhich means slave.<br />
  8. 8. The path<br />Guide us <br />The root is يده. This means guidance. It includes three things:<br /><ul><li>To show the path
  9. 9. To make one walk on a path
  10. 10. Making one reach the destination.</li></ul>The Straight<br />
  11. 11. Those who<br />You blessed<br />The root is<br />مْعَن. <br />نْعَمْتَ means blessing<br />Other than<br />Path<br />Upon them. There are two word here. <br /><ul><li>عَلَيْ which means on
  12. 12. هِمْ which means them.</li></li></ul><li>The root isبضغwhich means wrath/anger.<br />Those who earned anger.<br />Upon them<br />A<br />N<br />D<br />N<br />O<br />T<br />
  13. 13. It is a plural form of the wordضَّآلِّ. It means those who have gone astray.<br />The root isل لضWhich means to loose. Therefore making it those who lost their path.<br />
  14. 14. Please accept<br />
  15. 15. Jazakallah Khair <br />May Allah forgive me if I have made any mistakes or have given an false information.<br />