The third word of verse (6:94) is a masculine noun and is in the accusative case (منصوب). The noun's triliteral root is fā rā dāl (ف ر د).
The analysis above refers to the 94th
verse of chapter 6 (sūrat
Sahih International: [It will be said to them], "And you have certainly come to Us alone as We created you the first time, and you have left whatever We bestowed upon you behind you. And We do not see with you your 'intercessors' which you claimed that they were among you associates [of Allah]. It has [all] been severed between you, and lost from you is what you used to claim."
23rd June, 2010
Could we label this as CIRC (circumstantial/ Haal) as it describes the state of the subjects? Because of the final alif al maqsuura it cannot take the double nunation (fatha) so it will not appear. What do we think?
Asim Iqbal 2nd
2nd June, 2011
furaadaa is plural of fardaa and fardaan. Grammatical weight of these 2 possibilities is fa'laa and fa'laan .
Lane's Lexicon , Volume 6, Page 2363, column 3.
So I think we should treat it an a intensive form like other words using the grammatical weights fa'laan and fa'laa.
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