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Verse (60:13), Word 16 - Quranic Grammar


The sixteenth word of verse (60:13) is a masculine plural noun and is in the nominative case (مرفوع). The noun's triliteral root is kāf fā rā (ك ف ر).

Chapter (60) sūrat l-mum'taḥanah (The Woman to be examined)

the disbelievers
N – nominative masculine plural noun اسم مرفوع

Verse (60:13)

The analysis above refers to the thirteenth verse of chapter 60 (sūrat l-mum'taḥanah):

Sahih International: O you who have believed, do not make allies of a people with whom Allah has become angry. They have despaired of [reward in] the Hereafter just as the disbelievers have despaired of [meeting] the inhabitants of the graves.

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3 messages


15th June, 2013

Form I Active Participle plural. كَافِر is its singular.


5th August, 2013

Salam Akhy

It seems to be form II active participe. Isn't it ?

If we add semantic - This form II express the one who used to do the action - Form I the one who did the action.


5th August, 2013

Sorry, you have right. This is an irregular (broken) plural for form I.

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