The fourth word of verse (33:11) is divided into 3 morphological segments. A conjunction, verb and subject pronoun. The prefixed conjunction wa is usually translated as "and". The passive perfect verb (فعل ماض) is third person masculine plural. The verb's quadriliteral root is zāy lām zāy lām (ز ل ز ل). The suffix (الواو) is an attached subject pronoun.
The analysis above refers to the eleventh
verse of chapter 33 (sūrat
Sahih International: There the believers were tested and shaken with a severe shaking.
Asim Iqbal 2nd
17th June, 2011
Form is Q.I ,i.e., 1st form of the quadriliteral.
Brief explanation of Q.I
The 1st form the the Quadriliteral i.e. Q.I corresponds in formation and conjugation to II i.e. 2nd form of the triliterals and can be both transitive and intransitive in signification.
Lane's Lexicon, V3, P1242
Wright's Arabic Grammar Vol1, Page 48, and page 301 for the weights of this form passive voice also.
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