The third word of verse (102:2) is a masculine plural noun and is in the accusative case (منصوب). The noun's triliteral root is qāf bā rā (ق ب ر).
The analysis above refers to the second
verse of chapter 102 (sūrat
Sahih International: Until you visit the graveyards.
25th August, 2009
accusative plural feminine noun (Lissan AL Arab:http://www.baheth.info)
24th January, 2012
What is the difference between "maqābira" and "qubūr"? They both mean graves. Thanks.
Mazhar A. Nurani
Location Noun: Definite; plural; Masculine; accusative.
4th February, 2012
"qabr" -- the singular of "qubur" -- refers to a (single) grave, whereas "maqbar" or "maqbara" -- the singular of "maqabir" -- refers to a cemetery or graveyard, where there is presumably more than one grave to be found. Wallahu a'alam.
14th February, 2012
Abdul Rahman, thank you for your answer!
20th March, 2012
Assalamu alaikum wa rahmathullah,
I want ot know about singular and plural , past and present, in arabic grammar, can u say any way to know it.
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