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Verse (35:35), Word 4 - Quranic Grammar


The fourth word of verse (35:35) is a form IV feminine passive participle and is in the genitive case (مجرور). The passive participle's triliteral root is qāf wāw mīm (ق و م).

Chapter (35) sūrat fāṭir (The Originator)

(of) Eternity
N – genitive feminine (form IV) passive participle اسم مجرور

Verse (35:35)

The analysis above refers to the 35th verse of chapter 35 (sūrat fāṭir):

Sahih International: He who has settled us in the home of duration out of His bounty. There touches us not in it any fatigue, and there touches us not in it weariness [of mind]."

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Asim Iqbal 2nd

19th June, 2011

Form IV Extensive Noun of Place (Ism e Zarf Makaan)

Ta here is for intensity-context hints towards intensity type permanenence/extensiveness and is not for feminine.

Translation attempt: (of) eterenal residence

Note: Passive participle weight of derived verbal forms is also used for Noun of place and time.

Asim Iqbal 2nd

20th June, 2011

New Tagging for Ism e Zarf, Noun of Place/Time:

(# to be replaced accordingly with II, III, etc...)

Form # Intensive Noun of Place (Ism e Zarf Makaan) Example as above ,

formed using ta at the end of Form # passive participle weight

Form # Noun of Place (Ism e Zarf Makaan)

Form# Noun of Time (Ism e Zarf Zamaan)

Both above formed using form # passive participle weight

Form I intensive Noun of Place (zarf Makan) has weight maf'alat

(Intensive noun of place is basically a place where something is frequently done, and only intensive noun of place is there not intensive noun of time)

Form I noun of Place weights maf'al and maf'il

Form I noun of Time weights maf'al and maf'il

Plural of all Form I nouns of place and time usually come on the weight mafaa'il

Insha'ALLAH Form I Nouns of Place/Time to be suggested soon for version 0.5.

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