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Verse (67:4), Word 8 - Quranic Grammar


The eighth word of verse (67:4) is an indefinite masculine active participle and is in the accusative case (منصوب). The active participle's triliteral root is khā sīn hamza (خ س أ).

Chapter (67) sūrat l-mulk (Dominion)

N – accusative masculine indefinite active participle اسم منصوب

Verse (67:4)

The analysis above refers to the fourth verse of chapter 67 (sūrat l-mulk):

Sahih International: Then return [your] vision twice again. [Your] vision will return to you humbled while it is fatigued.

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9th November, 2012


Seeing this analysis, I saw maybe an error. It seems that Khasi'an is a second complement for the verb Inqalaba. This way, the verb becomes attributive, and give the adj. to the 1rst complement. Let me know in sha Allah.


9th November, 2012

Ok, i saw various grammarians point of views, and said what you said here. But it's still strange. Even, the last adjectif it's a present participe, but the french and english translation give a past participe.(fatigued instead of fatiguing). This is a real problem of creed. Sure, we don't have to trust translations. Salam

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