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Verse (6:93), Word 22 - Quranic Grammar

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The 22nd word of verse (6:93) is a proper noun in the nominative case (مرفوع). The proper noun's triliteral root is hamza lām hā (أ ل ه).

Chapter (6) sūrat l-anʿām (The Cattle)


(6:93:22)
l-lahu
(by) Allah."
PN – nominative proper noun → Allah لفظ الجلالة مرفوع

Verse (6:93)

The analysis above refers to the 93rd verse of chapter 6 (sūrat l-anʿām):

Sahih International: And who is more unjust than one who invents a lie about Allah or says, "It has been inspired to me," while nothing has been inspired to him, and one who says, "I will reveal [something] like what Allah revealed." And if you could but see when the wrongdoers are in the overwhelming pangs of death while the angels extend their hands, [saying], "Discharge your souls! Today you will be awarded the punishment of [extreme] humiliation for what you used to say against Allah other than the truth and [that] you were, toward His verses, being arrogant."

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