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Verse (11:24), Word 2 - Quranic Grammar


The second word of verse (11:24) is a masculine dual noun and is in the nominative case (مرفوع). The noun's triliteral root is fā rā qāf (ف ر ق).

Chapter (11) sūrat hūd (Hud)

(of) the two parties
N – nominative masculine dual noun اسم مرفوع

Verse (11:24)

The analysis above refers to the 24th verse of chapter 11 (sūrat hūd):

Sahih International: The example of the two parties is like the blind and deaf, and the seeing and hearing. Are they equal in comparison? Then, will you not remember?

See Also

2 messages

Maqbool Ahmad

2nd January, 2014

- Should (11:24:2) not be اسم منصوب?

Abdul Rahman

3rd January, 2014

The word is neither nominative nor accusative (as suggested) but in fact it is "genitive" (اسم مجرور) because it is (mudhaf ilaih) (مضاف إليه).

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