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Verse (2:261), Word 12 - Quranic Grammar


The twelfth word of verse (2:261) is a masculine plural noun and is in the genitive case (مجرور). The noun's quadriliteral root is sīn nūn bā lām (س ن ب ل).

Chapter (2) sūrat l-baqarah (The Cow)

N – genitive masculine plural noun اسم مجرور

Verse (2:261)

The analysis above refers to the 261st verse of chapter 2 (sūrat l-baqarah):

Sahih International: The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like a seed [of grain] which grows seven spikes; in each spike is a hundred grains. And Allah multiplies [His reward] for whom He wills. And Allah is all-Encompassing and Knowing.

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3 messages

Maqbool Ahmad

1st May, 2015

Should this be feminine because of أَنْبَتَتْ?

Mazhar A. Nurani

1st May, 2015

Noun: Indefinite; plural; feminine; genitive state; [Diptote]

Abdul Rahman

2nd May, 2015

It should be feminine because it is the plural of سنبلة. The verb أَنْبَتَتْ refers to حبة.

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