The first word of verse (75:22) is an indefinite masculine plural noun and is in the nominative case (مرفوع). The noun's triliteral root is wāw jīm hā (و ج ه).
The analysis above refers to the 22nd
verse of chapter 75 (sūrat
Sahih International: [Some] faces, that Day, will be radiant,
7th February, 2010
This follows on from the suggestions given for the grammatical gender of nouns, in Surah al Maidah. Non-human plural = non-original/ acquired feminine gender and singular in number, though plural in meaning.
Once again this word should be re-tagged as:
N- nominative feminine (ACQ) singular indefinite noun
The following adjective is singular and feminine in describing the 'faces'- we are aware that the adjective must follow/ be like the noun it is describing in six things, and gender and number are 2 of those 6.
Yes, this is one of the instances where the gender is relevant for this word. Please refer to my comments at 5:6:44. But since the reference is to "faces" (i.e. three or more) I prefer to keep the tag "plural noun". The explanation as to why such plural nouns are to be treated as "feminine singular" need to given separately or elsewhere.
Sorry. The correct reference is 5:11:14.
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