The triliteral root ṭā wāw yā (ط و ي) occurs five times in the Quran, in four derived forms:
once as the form I verb naṭwī (نَطْوِى)
twice as the noun ṭuwan (طُوًى)
once as the noun ṭa (طَىّ)
once as the passive participle maṭwiyyāt (مَطْوِيَّٰت)
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