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Coat of Mail (سابغات)


From the Quranic Arabic Corpus - Ontology of Quranic Concepts

Coat of Mail (سابغات) is mentioned in the Quran as having been constructed by the prophet Dawood (David) from iron, to use as armour.

Coat-of-Mail is mentioned in the story of the prophet David.

This concept is part of the following classification in the ontology:

Concept (root)
Coat of Mail (سابغات)
Quranic Concept
Coat of Mail
TranslationCoat of Mail

Coat of Mail is referred to in verse (34:11) of chapter (34) sūrat saba (Sheba):

Sahih International: [Commanding him], "Make full coats of mail and calculate [precisely] the links, and work [all of you] righteousness. Indeed I, of what you do, am Seeing."

Visual Concept Map

The map below shows the part of the visual ontology for this concept. You can click on other concepts in the map for related information:

ArrowWeaponaryChurchPlace of WorshipCoat of MailFridayKaabaMosqueKnifeMasjid al-AqsaMasjid al-HaramMonasteryShipSynagogue

Concept map for Coat of Mail. Related concepts are highlighted in blue.

Knowledge Base

// Predicate logic relations for the ontology concept coat-of-mail:

(instance coat-of-mail weaponary)

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