The second word of verse (102:1) is a form III masculine verbal noun and is in the nominative case (مرفوع). The verbal noun's triliteral root is kāf thā rā (ك ث ر).
The analysis above refers to the first
verse of chapter 102 (sūrat
Sahih International: Competition in [worldly] increase diverts you
10th June, 2011
Isn't at-takaathur a form 6 verbal noun? at-tafaa'ul?
Asim Iqbal 2nd
wa'alaykum assalaam. Yes it is form VI verbal noun, not form III verbal noun whose 2 verbal noun weights give kithaar and mukaatharat.
15th June, 2011
Thank you. I think it would be helpful if someone could correct this so others aren't confused like I was.
Verbal forms and grammatical weights of lemmas and words is my current area of research focus. I will try to check & correct the verbs data and also the active participles, passive participles of all forms and verbal nouns of all forms except form I.
But you can also contribute in corrections as it will be a great sadqai jaria and an oppurtunity for you to also contribute in the project.
16th June, 2011
I would be happy to make corrections as I go along in my studying. But I don't see a way I can do this. Is there a way you can give me some kind of special permission so I can make corrections to the website?
17th June, 2011
We just have to post the corrections and suggestions on message board, after that the person running this site is responsible to sincerely consider and implement the corrections and suggestions.
If you also have time to wok on verbal nouns of form I using Lane's Lexicon etc. , and send me the data, so that I analyze and add verbal nouns of form I with comments where intensiveness is also possible. If this is done Insha'ALLAH verbal data can be updated to a satisfactory level on corpus site before 0.5 version is released.
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