The second word of verse (20:18) is a third person feminine singular personal pronoun.
The analysis above refers to the eighteenth
verse of chapter 20 (sūrat
Sahih International: He said, "It is my staff; I lean upon it, and I bring down leaves for my sheep and I have therein other uses."
25th August, 2014
The hiya (20:18:2) Zameer which is feminine is used for ʿaṣāya which is masculine.
Why feminine Zameer?
26th August, 2014
Bro. Maqbool, what is the proof that aṣā is masculine? In fact, the same ayat has three other references to it: ʿalayhā (20:18:5), bihā (20:18:7), and fīhā (20:18:11). Isn't that enough indication that the word is grammatically feminine?
1st February, 2015
Then should the description of (20:18:3) be feminine noun instead of masculine?
4th February, 2015
Yes, it should be feminine.
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