The fourteenth word of verse (17:102) is divided into 2 morphological segments. A vocative particle and proper noun. The proper noun is masculine and is in the nominative case (مرفوع).
The analysis above refers to the 102nd
verse of chapter 17 (sūrat
Sahih International: [Moses] said, "You have already known that none has sent down these [signs] except the Lord of the heavens and the earth as evidence, and indeed I think, O Pharaoh, that you are destroyed."
28th February, 2015
PN – accusative masculine proper noun → Pharaoh
Although the noun ends in "dhamma" , it is considered in the position of nasb (accusative) because it is the "addressee" following a vocative particle:
Refer to Bahjat, Vol. 4, page 48.
يا: أداة النداء فرعون: منادى مبني على الضم في محل النصب
This rule is correctly stated in 17:102:14
Sorry, it is correct stated in 7:104:3
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