The triliteral root ḍād yā qāf (ض ي ق) occurs 13 times in the Quran, in five derived forms:
seven times as the form I verb ḍāqa (ضَاقَ)
once as the form II verb tuḍayyiqu (تُضَيِّقُ)
twice as the noun ḍayq (ضَيْق)
twice as the nominal ḍayyiq (ضَيِّق)
once as the active participle ḍāiq (ضَآئِق)
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